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12 1. Setting Up Your System
1. Setting Up Your System
The diagram below shows the basic connections in a setup using the
TG500, a MIDI keyboard (with built-in sequencer), and a stereo sound system.
Make sure that the TG500, your keyboard, and your sound
system are turned OFF when making connections.
● AUDIO CONNECTIONS
If your TG500 is to be connected to a stereo sound system only, use the
OUTPUT L/MONO and R jacks. These are the main stereo outputs from the
TG500, and the ones controlled by the panel [VOLUME] control. If you have a
monaural sound system, connect only the L/MONO jack.
If you plan to use the TG500 with a mixing console or an integrated
multitrack recorder/mixer, you might want to take advantage of the INDI-
VIDUAL OUTPUT jacks (1, 2, 3 and 4) in addition to the OUTPUT L/MONO
and R output jacks. These six outputs can be connected to separate input chan-
nels of the mixer. In the multi mode, for example, you could assign instruments
you want to process separately to the INDIVIDUAL OUT jacks while the
remaining instruments are delivered in stereo to the OUTPUT L/MONO and R
outputs (see page 201 for multi instrument output assignment).
STEREO SOUND SYSTEM