1. AUDIO OUTPUT
Connect these outputs to the input jacks of your
amp or mixer. In addition to the (MAIN OUTPUT)
L/MONO and R main stereo audio outputs, the
microX provides two individual audio outputs.
MAIN OUTPUT L/MONO, R jack
INDIVIDUAL OUTPUT 1, 2 jack
You can connect a damper pedal, foot switch, and
foot pedal to these jacks. This gives you a broader
range of functions and effects to control. (☞p.26)
ASSIGNABLE PEDAL jack
ASSIGNABLE SWITCH jack
MIDI lets you connect microX to computers or
other MIDI devices, for sending and receiving
notes, controller gestures, sound settings, and so
MIDI IN connector
MIDI OUT connector
(for connecting to computer)
You can connect your computer to this connector.
Using a single USB cable, your microX can send
and receive MIDI information directly to and from
a computer, without requiring a MIDI interface.
What is USB?
USB stands for Universal Serial Bus, and is an
interface for transferring data between a com-
puter, a keyboard and/or peripheral devices.
Note: The USB connector of the microX is only able
to transmit and receive MIDI data.
5. Power supply
Be sure to see "Turning the power on/off" (☞p.23)
and follow the correct procedure described there.
This switch turns the power on/off.
AC adapter connector
Connect this to the included AC adapter.
Use this to secure the cable of the included AC
adapter. After connecting the AC adapter, fasten
the cable around the hook located on the microX's
rear panel so that the cable will not be pulled out
inadvertently. Leave enough slack on the plug end
so that you can disconnect it if you want to.
Connections must be made with the power
turned off. Please be aware that careless
operation may damage your speaker system
or cause malfunctions.
Be careful not to bend the base of the plug any
more than necessary.