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MIXING AMPLIFIER Pp a if: 80 OWNER’S MANUAL Features © Six inputs, two outputs. Built-in power amplifier: 30 watts (80) per channel (40 watts per channel when using four speakers) © Attenuator controls for matching input levels. Over load indicators for each input. ‘© PHONO IN jacks for direct connection of player, [AUX IN jacks for connecting a tape recorder or sub © MASTER OUT and BUSS IN jacks for stacking, © REC OUT jacks for recording. © Peak indicating bar LED display (© Built-in reverberation unit © Headphone monitor circuit. THE CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS CONTROL PANEL on AUUUUAUUHEUHELAHLAELL DT, REAR PANEL @ ® ecaeiks! CONTROL PANEL OSTANDBY Switch Controls the ON/OFF function of each channel, and determines the effect for the channel. At ECHO or REVERB, the channel is ON. @OVERLOAD Indicator @ATTENUATOR Control Each input channel is equipped with 4 preamp circuit with a normal in- put level of ~S0dBm (microphone level). The ATTENUATOR control Gallows connection of high level in puts, When the OVERLOAD indicator @ lights, the input level is too high and distortion may result, Turning the Channel 1 or 2. AT: TENUATOR controls @fully count erclockvise activates the record play~ er equalization circuits, OEQUALIZER: HIGH Control OEQUALIZER: LOW Control ‘Tone controls for the input channels, REAR PANEL «INPUT Jacks For inputs of ~S0dBm to ~ 10dBm, © MASTER OUTPUT Jacks For stacking mixers or for feeding an external amplifier. The output level is controlled by the MASTER VOLUME controls ©@. c SPEAKER Jacks Two speakers can be connected 10 each output channel as long as the total impedance for each channel is over 49, » ECHO SEND Jack EFFECT Volume Determines the send level to the ef- fect device selected with the STAND BY switch@®. This output is taken after the VOLUME control @ which ‘means that the send level is affected by changes in the VOLUME eontrol °. OPANPOT Control Determines the position of the sound in the stereo field ‘©Channel VOLUME Control Determines the input level for each channel @MASTER VOLUME Control left) MASTER VOLUME Control (right) Controls the overall output level at the speakers and at the MASTER OUTPUT jacks s © ECHO RETURN Jack ECHO ‘SeND—[INPUT_OUTPUT]-RETURN F MIXING BUSS IN Jacks Direct line level connections to the ‘mixing portion of the system. A sec ‘ond mixer can be connected here to increase the total number of channels avialeable for mixing, 9 AUX INPUT Jacks A line level buss input whose input level is controlied by the AUXILIA. RY VOLUME Controt ®. When the pin jacks and phone jacks are used simultaneously, the phone jacks have priority © HEADPHONE Jack © HEADPHONE VOLUME Con- trol © REVERB VOLUME Control © ECHO VOLUME Control ® AUXILIARY VOLUME Control ‘These controls control the input level from the internal reverberation unit, ‘external echo machine, and auxiliary device, © PEAK LEVEL Indicators ‘Shows the output level of the PA-80, © POWER Switch © PILOT Lamp RECORDING OUT Jacks For connection to tape recorder LINE INjacks, ‘The output level at these jacks is not affected by the MASTER VOLUME. controls ©. | PHONO Jacks & GROUND Terminal For record player grounding, Also for making common ground connee tions to other equipment when veded to prevent hum. * AC OUTLET Maximum output: 300 watts: not af fected by POWER switch @. CONNECTIONS TY ToSpeakerSysem I Headphone (.) Power Amp such as SPA-120 or SPA. [Make wore POWER witch] [oo is OFF betore making |and breaking connections ecvie Guna |Loverte MASTER VOL m0 =e nny | UME controls © @ to mini: mum before turning the [POWER swiTcH @ ON Kevboard, es a epg] mga \60000006 Speaker system such as PSO oF PS.AD (With speakers of AD oF fannie! may be used) Record Player LINE IN TINEOUT Echo Machine (DC RE series) Sub Mixer PA.AD. PAISO, ot Boss KM series (When dsing PA-8O oF PA.150, ue MASTER OUTPUT jacks) OPERATION Mixing with a microphone or instruments After making the necessary connections, urn all the 12. ianobs to either 0 or OdB. Set the STAND BY switch channel where you want to give the to STAND BY reverberation effect to an appropriate Cee ee rotrarmcnncons either ECHO or REV and set the chan- nel volume £0 "0 For reverberation, adjust the reverbera- tion volume and the effect volume of the Turn on the power switch, Turn the attenuator of the first and see: ‘ond channel to PHONO. Set the STAND BY switch af the shan neltobeused toeitner ECHO or REV. 4 With the connected instrument in per formance, after the Overload Indicator tas lighted up, turn the ATTENUATOR control to the left until the overioad in- 15) Adjust the channel volumes and master dicator goes off. Then from that level © volumes of the first and second chan- further (urn to the left to set at approxi nels to appropriate levels rately ~ 10€B For stereo, set the panpot of channe! 1 to “L" and for channel 2, “R. For monaural, set both the channel one and Ser the channel volume to "5 to panpots 10 "0" = ° Set the master volume for the "L" “R’ the EARTH jack of the PA-80 are not channels to an appropriate level. For connected, there may be a humming his, ifthe level meter lights up till O4B, noise. the output is rating (125 W/40). ‘TO REPLAY WHAT HAS BEEN RECORDED White emitting a sound, adjust the one 17 Connect a tape deck according to the quality (HIGH, LOW) you want to ob hookup instructions. Always record with ch chante. the AUX volume at "0". For this, ate cording can be made with the master ‘volume lowered. play, st the AUX volume an master volume to an appropriate level ‘With the PASO, sound cannot be monitored during rec I the volume balance of each channel is For not appropriate, make adjustements hannel volume knobs Jn panpot knob to shift the sound USING HEADPHONES poston fomand othe Rftorright. gy Pa ne ee ae headphone jack and adjust the head. phone volume ry 9g L ry @ FOR THE ECHO OR REVERBERATION EFFECT 10 Set the STAND BY switch of the chan. a nel that is connected to either ECHO or REV even ifthe STAND BY switch is set 10 ECHO, the echo effect will not be abained AA BBIRB Forte coho. set the esto volume and the effect volume of the channel where you want to give an echo effect to an BB appropriate level while emitting sound HELPFUL HINTS FOR USING THE PA-80. ©Do not turn on or off the power or unplug the power @ Avoid places that are dusty or of high humidity ‘cord while the volume is ata high level © For changing fuses, use the ones provided by our com: © Pulling out the plug while the volume of the amplifier pany is raised up will put a great strain on the speaker and _-@ Avoid places where the PA-80 would be exposed to may even damage it. Always unplug cords with the direct sunlight, positioned close to objects that may volume decreased to "0". radiate heat or places that are not ventilated Keep away from interferences that induce high levels of noise such as fluorescent lamps and neon lights, IN CASE OF TROUBLE If there are problems, read the following steps to see if anything can be done, nearby Roland dealer. If you still cannot fix it, then call your CONDITION T ‘CAUSE even if the power is switched on, | the power plug may not be plugged in the pilot lamp does not light up | completely MEASURE “Pl inthe cord completely. replace te fuse wth a new one channel volume and master volume knobs are at "0" _[ stand by switch io only one speaker is functioning; complete connection. the Balance knob is turned all the way up toeither side. Either the “L” or “R” master volume is at "0" Sound comes out fro side and no sound comes out the fuse may have gone out the pilot lamp goes on but no | incomplete connection between the | coanest prety. sound comes out speaker and cord, raise the volume to appropriate level reset the STAND BY switch to ECHO or REV. ‘cheek the cord and connect properly. set the balance knob in the appropri- ate place adjust the knob at “0” to an appro- priate level distortions inthe sound malfunction of speakers incomplete connections of connection, jacks the STAND BY switch is at REV. the effect volume and echo volume knobs are at "0" not completely connected with the echo machine. canto obtain the echo effect replace speakers connect completely site ECHO. adjust the effect volume and the echo volume to an appropriate level. ‘connect completely ‘the STAND BY switch to | | cannot obtain the reverberation | STAND BY switch is at ECHO. effect the effect volume and reverberation volume are at "0" [clipping sounds Bintan channel volume and the master volume settings are not appro: rite switch the STAND BY switch to REV. adjust the effect volume and the rever- beration volume to an appropriate level : referring to the Owner's Manual, under Attenuator Channel Volume and Master Volume, make adjust. ments properly CAUTIONS SPECIFICATIONS (© To prevent damage to the speakers, 40 speakers must Power Output be rated at 40 watts or more, and 89 speakers at 30 49 Speakers: watts or more. 80 Speakers: ©The total impedance for each output channel must not Input Channels: be lower than 49. This means that if 82 speakers are Inputs used, two speakers may be connected to each output Channel inputs: channel to increase the power output to 40 watts per PHONO: channel AUXIN: © Make sure the line voltage in your area meets the re: quirements given in the specifications. ‘© Check with your local Roland dealer if you want to use this unit in a foreign country (Plug the amplifier in before turning ON the POWER, switch ©. MIXING BUSS IN ECHO RETURN: Outputs MASTER OUTPUT: RECORDING OUT: ECHO SEND: SPEAKER OUT: AC OUTLET: Power Consumption: Dimensions: Weight: SOW rms4oW+40W) COW rms (30W +30W) 6 $0 to — 10dBm ~50.dBm/1kHe =20dBm =154Bm -20dBm 448m dBm dBm min 42 ‘max 300W (unswitched) 7oW 473(W) 1751 H) > 415(D) mm 12k + Specifications are subject to change without notice. ie re es sero Pay||| ta # say hy Be Po) D tao [pgp ~D eatin f=@Roland* 17047334 Roland Corporation