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TABLE OF CONTENTS Warranty Information p. 3 Getting started p. 4-7 Turntables rear panel p. 4 CDs rear panel p. 4-5 Front panel p. 5 Before powering up the unit p. 6 After powering up the unit p. 7 Faceplate details p. 8-12 MICs, Inputs, Master, headphones p. 9 Effects p. 9-11 Channel LED meters p. 11 Fader cuts p. 11-12 Line Faders, Crossfader p. 12 Front panel details p. 13 Rear panel details p. 14 Block Diagram p. 15 Specifications back cover Thank you for purchasing the AEM-100 featuring:
AEM-100 Audio Innovate Warranty and Servicing Policy Audio Innovate provides a warranty against manufacturing defects for either 1 year after the date of purchase or 90 days after warranty repair is made, whichever is later. This warranty does not cover minor visual defects such as scratches and paint wear or defects caused by uses other than the intended use. In addition, the warranty does not cover damage to the unit due to mishandling by the user or technicians not specifically authori
GETTING STARTED: Basic hookups and settings 2 TURNTABLES REAR PANEL REAR PANEL USING 2 TURNTABLES: AC power adapter connects to “20V~1A” Left turntable goes to “PHONO1/LINE1” using dual RCA cords, and the ground wire goes to the GND screw above AUX2 “LINE1/PHONO1” switch set to “PHONO1” Right turntable goes to “PHONO2/LINE3” using dual RCA cords, and the ground wire goes to the GND screw above AUX1 “LINE3/PHONO2” switch set to “PHONO2” For powered speaker or amplifier connectio
“LINE1/PHONO1” switch set to “PHONO1” Right CD source goes to “LINE 2” using a dual RCA cord. “LINE3/PHONO2” switch set to “PHONO2” For powered speaker or amplifier connection, either use XLR cables on the “MASTER BALANCED OUTPUT” or RCA cables on the “MASTER” output. Connect “Fader Start A” using a mono 1/8” jack cable to the left CD player input marked “Remote”. Connect “Fader Start B” using a mono 1/8” jack cable to the right CD player input marked “Remote”. ***Only turn
Before powering up the unit: 1) Make sure the PHONO / LINE switches at the top are set to match the hookups in the back. 2) Set all EQ faders to the middlePlace both WET/DRY faders in the DRY position. 3) In the MAIN section, set the MASTER to MIN and the BALANCE in the middle. 4) Set both CH1 and CH2 faders to the bottom position 5) Make sure the Amplifier or powered speaker is set to MIN volume or off. 6) Make sure the MIC1, MIC2, and PHONES GAIN are all set to – or MIN. 6
After powering up the unit: Do the following in order while music is playing for both CH1 and CH2 1) Adjust the GAIN knobs until the CH1 and CH2 meters peak at about 0dB 2) Move the CH1 slider about 2/3 of the way up. 3) Adjust the MASTER volume until the LEFT and RIGHT led meters peak at about 0dB. 4) Adjust the amplifier / powered speaker volume until the sound is at a comfortable mixing level. Following these steps will maximize the audio fidelity of the AEM-100 mixer. Please note if your am
The above is just a “quick start” guide for getting the mixer up and running for the first time, especially in an emergency. Please read through the remainder of the manual and especially pay close attention to functions that you are using and learning for the first time. AEM-100 FACEPLATE 8
MIC1 and MIC2: The microphones connect via the front panel on the left side. Each microphone has bass, treble, and gain adjustments. The turn-on switch has 3 positions; ON is for adding the microphone output to the main PFL output, OFF is for no microphone output, and TALK is for adding the microphone to the output and reducing the main PFL output by about 17dB. ***Before you set the switch ON for the first time, please make sure the microphone GAIN is set to minimum, and increase the volume
3) Oscillator: Adds square wave to both left and right of the input source material. Gain controls volume, and Hz controls frequency. 4) Stutter: Cuts the source material in and out. The leftmost position is off. When turning the knob clockwise, the stutter starts at a low speed and increases. As the knob is rotated, the cutting of the material starts to produce an audible tone, which increases in frequency. 5) Digitize: Samples and holds the source material. The leftmost position is off.
sound and then use the fader cuts buttons to cut the sound in and out. Modify the sound by turning the oscillator knob or sweeping the filters at the same time you work with the fader cuts. 3) The effect section of the AEM-100 is like an instrument; the more you practice and push the boundaries, the better you will become at using it. Don’t be afraid to really get into the effect section, and master its capabilities. If you run music thru the effects as well as use the effects to add elements t
Cut Style Case 2: Crossfader is off The Cut Style In will cause the sound to change from the current sound to the maximum input equivalent to the line fader in the top position The Cut Style Out will cause the sound to change from the current sound to off and back up to the current sound. CH1, CH2 LINE FADERS: Use to control the channel volume. Moving these faders to the bottom turns the audio off and moving them to the top turns the audio up to maximum volume. PRO X FADE CROSSFADER: The crossf
FRONT PANEL MIC1, MIC2 connect 1/4” stereo jack microphones to either or both of these inputs. AUX1, AUX2 connect 1/8” stereo jack input sources such as IPods or computers. ***Note that the front AUX1 and AUX2 inputs are added to the rear AUX1 and AUX2 inputs. FADER START turns the fader start function ON or OFF. When ON, this causes the audio on either channel to cue or pause when the crossfader volume is turned off and to play when the crossfader volume is turned on. ***Note that the fader s
REAR PANEL 20V~1A AC IN input from the transformer power supply included with the mixer. ***Please make sure the correct power supply is plugged in before turning on the power. POWER Used for turning the unit on and off. The “1” position is on and the “0” position is off. FADER START Connect a 1/8” mono jack cable (usually included with the CD player) from here to a fader start compatible CD player to use the Fader Start function. ***Note that audio RCA cables provide grounding for these sign
BLOCK DIAGRAM: 15
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: Inputs: Line/Aux: 10kΩ input impedance, 5.6mV rms sensitivity for 1.0V output Mic: 10kΩ input impedance, 1mV rms sensitivity for 1.0V output Phono: 47kΩ input impedance, 0.9mV rms sensitivity @ 1kHz for 1.0V output Outputs: Master: 8.6V rms Booth: 8.6V rms Record: 1.0V rms Headphone Amp: .5 watts / 47Ω, THD < 0.1% Equalizer: 3-band Stereo Equalizer per channel, -30dB cut / +10dB boost Signal to noise ratio Line: 92dB (JIS-A) Aux: 92dB (JIS-A) Mic: 87dB (JIS-A) Phono: 8
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