Alto apm 120 160 user manual

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CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTION TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER OR THE BACK PANEL OF THIS EQUIPMENT. THERE ARE NO PARTS NEEDED BY USER INSIDE THE EQUIPMENT. FOR SERVICE, PLEASE CONTACT QUALIFIED SERVICE CENTERS. WARNING To reduce the risk of electric shock and fire, do not expose this equipment to moisture or rain. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Dispose of this product should notbeplacedinmunicipalwaste and should be separate collection. 11. 12. Move this Equipment only with a cart, stand, tripod, or bracket, specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the Equipment. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart / equipment combination to avoid possible injury from tip-over. Permanent hearing loss may be caused by exposure to \ extremely high noise levels. The US. Government's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has specified the permissible exposure to noise level. These are shown in the following chart: HOURS X DAY SPL EXAMPLE According to OSHA, an exposure to high SPL in excess of these limits may result in the loss of heat. To avoid the potential damage of heat, it is recommended that Personnel exposed to equipment capable of generating high SPL use hearing protection while such equipment is under operation. 8 6 4 3 2 1,5 1 0,5 0,25 or less90 92 95 97 100 102 105 110 115Small gig train Subway train High level desktop monitorsClassic music concert Rock concert This symbol, wherever used, alerts you to the presence of un-insulated and dangerous voltages within the product enclosure. These are voltages that may be sufficient to constitute the risk of electric shock or death. This symbol, wherever used, alerts you to important operating and maintenance instructions. Please read. Protective Ground Terminal ã AC mains (Alternating Current)Hazardous Live Terminal ON: Denotes the product is turned on. OFF: Denotes the product is turned off. The apparatus shall be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protective earthing connection. The mains plug or an appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable. CAUTION Describes precautions that should be observed to prevent damage to the product. Read this Manual carefully before operation. Keep this Manual in a safe place. Be aware of all warnings reported with this symbol. Keep this Equipment away from water and moisture. Clean it only with dry cloth. Do not use solvent or other chemicals. Do not damp or cover any cooling opening. Install the equipment only in accordance with the Manufacturer's instructions. Power Cords are designed for your safety. Do not remove Ground connections! If the plug does not fit your AC outlet, seek advice from a qualified electrician. Protect the power cord and plug from any physical stress to avoid risk of electric shock. Do not place heavy objects on the power cord. This could cause electric shock or fire. Unplug this equipment when unused for long periodsoftimeorduringastorm. Refer all service to qualified service personnel only. Do not perform any servicing other than those instructions contained within the User's Manual. To prevent fire and damage to the product, use only the recommended fuse type as indicated in this manual. Do not short-circuit the fuse holder. Before replacing the fuse, make sure that the product is OFF and disconnected from the AC outlet.

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IN THIS MANUAL: 1. INTRODUCTION................................................................................1 2. FEATURES.......................................................................................1 4. CONTROL ELEMENTS......................................................................5 5. INSTALLATION & CONNECTION......................................................15 1. INTRODUCTION Thank you for your purchasing of the L TO APM120 12-channel (16-channel for APM 160) power mixer with 24-bit digital multi-effect built-in. It is just one of the many LTO products that a talented, multinational Team of Audio Engineers and Musicians have developed with their great passion for music. Your APM is a remarkable compact powered mixer that doesn't find many equals in the market today. With 8 microphone (12 microphone for APM160) and 2 stereo Line-level inputs for serious live performances, your APM Series also includes a 24-bit digital multi-effect with 16 Factory Presets and 16 variations for every preset, for a total of 256 different digital effects. There is a three bands EQ on mono input channels, four bands EQ on stereo input channels. Use it for small Gigs, for Church applications and for Conference. Enjoy your APM Series and make sure to read this Manual carefully before operation! 2. FEATURES 8 MONO (APM120)/12 MONO (APM160) inputs with gold plated XLR and balanced TRS jack. 2 Stereo input channels with balanced TRS jacks. GAIN and +48 V Phantom power for mono/MIC inputs. Peak LED in each channel. 3-band EQ with sweepable MID on mono inputs. 4-band EQ on stereo inputs. 24-bit internal DSP with 256 effects, 16 presets by 16 variations with DSP mute switch and peak LED. 9-band graphic EQ. BNC socket for connecting gooseneck lamps. Low cut filters 75 Hz, 18 dB/Oct. on mono inputs. Low pass filter on mono outputs (80~120 Hz). High accurate 12-segment Bar graph Meters. ¶Maximum Output Power(EIAJ): APM120: 500 W+500 W/4 Ohms (1000 W bridge/8 Ohms) APM160: 750 W+750 W/4 Ohms (1500 W bridge/8 Ohms) 1 7. BLOCK DIAGRAM..........................................................................20 8. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...........................................................22 9. WARRANTY..................................................................................24 3. QUICK START..................................................................................3 6. PRESET LIST.................................................................................19