Music stand and speakers
Music stand / Amplification bar support
This guide can be used to connect either the supplied music
stand or the optional PaAS amplification system.
A music stand comes standard with your Pa3XLe. For instruc-
tions on how to install it, see on page 24.
The (optional) PaAS – Amplification System can be installed,
adding a three-way amplification system, a pair of integrated
speakers and a bass-reflex box. For instructions on how to install
it, see "Installing the Pa3XLe Amplification System (PaAS)" on
Speakers connector and pin hole
The connector (a) and pin hole (b) are used when the (optional)
PaAS – Amplification System is installed.
Note: Since Pa3XLe must recognize the new option, the integrated
speakers will start operating only a few seconds after the speaker
box has been installed.
The output volume of the integrated loudspeakers can be con-
trolled via the MASTER VOLUME slider.
Note: Speakers are automatically deactivated when connecting the
headphones. You can manually deactivate them by using the
"Speakers On/Off " parameter of the "Audio Setup" section of the
Global mode (see "Speakers On/Off " on page 268).
AUDIO IN Section
Use these connectors to connect a
dynamic microphone, another key-
board/synthesizer, or a CD player.
Use this controls to adjust the input sensitivity of the RIGHT
connector (from 0 to +40dB) when it is set to the microphone
input sensitivity (see above). You can check the input level by
watching at the AUDIO IN LED on the control panel (see "Mic
Setting Section" on page 18).
Use these connectors to connect a line-level input source, such
as a CD player or a synthesizer, or a dynamic microphone. The
signal routing, and the correct impedence for these inputs, can
be selected with the "Input Routing" parameter in the Global >
Audio & Video > Audio In page (see page 270).
• When the "Input Routing" parameter is set to "Right In to
Voice Processor", you can connect a dynamic microphone to the
RIGHT audio input, and a mono line-level source to the LEFT
audio input. Use the MIC GAIN knob to adjust the input gain.
Set the volume level of the microphone signal in the mix by
using the MIC VOLUME knob, while watching at the AUDIO
IN LED on the control panel (see "Mic Setting Section" on
• When the "Input Routing" parameter is set to "Audio In to
Direct Out", you can connect a line-level input source to the
LEFT and RIGHT audio inputs. Use the source's output volume
control to adjust the input level, while watching at the AUDIO
IN LED on the control panel.
AUDIO OUT Section
Use these connectors to send the audio signal
(sound) to a mixer, a PA system, a set of pow-
ered monitors, or your hi-fi system.
Use these line-level outputs to send the final stereo mix to an
external device. Connect either of them to output the signal in
mono. Adjust the output level with the MASTER VOLUME
Connect two mono cables to these outputs. Connect the other
end of the cables to a stereo channel of your mixer, two mono
channels, two powered monitors, or the CD, LINE IN or TAPE/
AUX input of your audio system. Don't use the PHONO inputs
of your audio system!