Korg Triton Le Basic Manual: Appendices; Troubleshooting

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If you experience problems, refer to the relevant item
and take the appropriate measures.
Power does not turn on
• Is the AC/AC power supply connected to an
outlet?
................................................................................ p.12
• Is the [POWER] switch turned on?
Turn on the rear panel [POWER] switch.
The power is turned on, but nothing is shown in
the LCD screen.
The TRITON Le functions normally when you play
the keyboard or perform other operations.
• Due to changes in the surrounding temperature, the
LCD screen may on rare occasions be difficult or
impossible to read. If this occurs, perform the
following procedure. ( PG p.125)
1 Press the [EXIT] key three times, and press the
[GLOBAL] key.
2 Hold down the [EXIT] key, and press the [REC/
WRITE] key.
3 Rotate the [VALUE] dial to adjust the LCD
screen.
The power is turned on, but the LCD screen does
not display normally, or an error message is dis-
played. There is no sound when you play the key-
board, and the TRITON Le does not function
normally.
• This type of problem may occur if a data writing
operation to internal memory was not completed
correctly, for example if the power of the
TRITON Le was turned off while a program or
other data was being written. If this occurs, use the
following procedure to initialize the TRITON Le's
internal memory.
1 Turn off the power.
2 Hold down the [MENU] key and the [9] key, and
turn on the power.
The TRITON Le will be initialized, and data will be
written into internal memory. While the data is
being written, the LCD screen will indicate "Now
writing into internal memory."
No sound
• Are connections made correctly to your amp,
mixer, or headphones?........................................ p.12
• Is your amp or mixer turned on?

Appendices

Troubleshooting
• Is Local Control turned on?
• Is the [VOLUME] slider raised? ........................... p.5
• If there is no sound from the OUTPUT
• If specific tracks in Sequencer mode do not
• Make sure that the "Status" is INT or BTH. .... p.68
• Are the "Key Zone" and "Velocity Zone" set so that
Notes do not stop
• In PROG 2.1: Ed–Basic, select the Prog Basic
• In GLOBAL 1.1: System, Foot page, make sure that
Noise or oscillation is heard
• When using the BPM/MIDI Sync function to
• When using an effect on the external audio source
• After a sample edit has been executed, or after a
Effects are not applied
• Are the GLOBAL 1.1: System, Basic page "IFX Off,"
In GLOBAL 2.1: MIDI, check the "Local Control
On" check box.............................................. PG p.128
(INDIVIDUAL) 1, 2 jacks, make sure that "BUS
Select (IFX/Indiv.Out Assign)" or "Bus Select"
following the insert effect is set to 1, 2, 1/2.... p.108
sound, Make sure that the "PLAY/MUTE/REC"
or "PLAY/MUTE" is set to PLAY.................... p.67
sound will be produced when you play?
.......................................................................... PG p.64
page, make sure that the "Hold" check box is
unchecked......................................................... PG p.5
"Damper Polarity" or "Foot SW Polarity" is set
correctly.
........................................................................ PG p.126
control the delay time of an effect, noise may occur
in the delay sound. This noise is due to
discontinuities in the delay sound, and is not a
malfunction.
being input from AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2,
oscillation may occur depending on the type of
effect or on the parameter settings. Please adjust the
input level, output level, and effect parameters.
You need to be particularly careful when using a
high-gain effect.
stereo sample has been recorded, a small noise may
be heard. This has no effect on the audio data that
was edited or sampled.
"MFX1 Off," or "MFX2 Off" settings checked?
................................................................ PG p.122, 123
117

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