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MODEL : AC60R

SPEAKER RATING : 20W X 2, 8ohm


T315mAL 250V

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230V ~ 50Hz 33W

MODEL : AC60R
SPEAKER RATING : 20W X 2, 8ohm

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T315mAL 250V

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230V ~ 50Hz 33W

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AC 230V 50/60Hz 33W
Output jackFOOT
for connecting
standard stereo or mono headphones. This jack can also be used as an unbalanced
HEAD
SWITCH
PHONES
line output to mixer or other equipment 1/4 stereo or mono phone plug connection.
NOTE : Connecting this jack automatically disables the internal speaker.
14. POWER SWITCH
Turning the Power Switch to the ON position activates the GLXs electronics as indicated by red
LED lighting.

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13. HEADPHONES
15. FOOT SWITCH JACK POWER
Output jack for
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external equipment with jack inputs.
17. DIN OUT: XLR type output for connection to PA or similar external equipment.
14. POWER SWITCH
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LED lighting.
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16. LINE OUT JACK


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Jack socket
to home recording or other external equipment with jack inputs.
For connection from the output of an effects processor or floor pedal.

17. DIN OUT: XLR type output for connection to PA or similar external equipment.
19. FX SEND
Note: Both the Line
Out and XLR Out carry exactly the same signal at different levels and both
For connection to the input of an external effects processor or floor pedal.
are placed before the Master Volume for changing the overall level of the amplifier will not
effect the signal from the XLR or Line Out.
EFFECTS LOOP
The effects loop is used to connect an external effects processor or floor pedal. This is sensitive enough to suit
the level of either type to ensure that a perfect match is made.
18. FX RETURN
For connection from the output of an effects processor or floor pedal.
19. FX SEND
For connection to the input of an external effects processor or floor pedal.

AC-30-R
owners manual

Owner's Manual

AC-30-R ACOUSTIC amplifier


OWNERS MANUAL
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FREQUENCY

1. AUX INPUT
Inputs to take connection from a tape or CD player.
1. AUX INPUT
1.
AUX INPUT
Inputs to take connection from a tape or CD player.
2. MICROPHONE
INPUT
Inputs
to take connection
from a tape or CD player.

2. MICROPHONE
BalancedINPUT
XLR type input for connection of a microphone and suitable for vocal or instrument applications.
2. Balanced
MICROPHONE
XLR type INPUT
input for connection of a microphone and suitable for vocal or instrument applications.

3. JACK
INPUT:
Input for
to take
any source,
such as drum
machine
Balanced
XLR
type input
connection
of a microphone
and
suitablekeyboard.
for vocal or instrument applications.

3. JACK INPUT: Input to take any source, such as drum machine keyboard.

4. CONTROL
GAIN
CONTROL
3.
JACK
INPUT:
Input to take any source, such as drum machine keyboard.
4. GAIN
Controls
thelevel
volume
of the Microphone
Aux channel.
according
to the
sensitivity of your pickup
Controls
the volume
of thelevel
Microphone
Aux channel. Adjust
according Adjust
to the sensitivity
of your
pickup
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this control
the half is
way
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12 o'clock position.
Controls the volume level of the Microphone Aux channel. Adjust according to the sensitivity of your pickup
5. 5BAND
EQ
5. 5BAND
EQ is the half way or 12 o'clock position.
where
this
control
To allow you to further tailor your sound with the Graphic it is possible to cut or boost 5 specific frequencies.
To allow you to further tailor your sound with the Graphic it is possible to cut or boost 5 specific frequencies.
If
you
do
not
want
to alter the shape of your sound with the Graphic simply leave the sliders set to 0.
5. 5BAND
EQ do not
If you
want to alter the shape of your sound with the Graphic simply leave the sliders set to 0.
To
allow
you
to
further tailor your sound with the Graphic it is possible to cut or boost 5 specific frequencies.
6. CHORUS SPEED CONTROL
SPEED
CONTROL
Controls
speed
of to
change
ofthe
frequency
the built-in
chorus
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frequency
for the built-in chorus effect.
7.
CHORUS
SWITCH:
on
and
control
switch.
6. CHORUS SPEED CONTROL
7. CHORUS
SWITCH:
Chorus
function on
control
switch.
8. CHORUS
DEPTH
CONTROL
Controls
the speed
of change
of frequency
forand
the off
built-in
chorus
effect.
Controls the amount of change of the frequency shift for the built-in chorus effect.

8. CHORUS
DEPTH
CONTROL
7. CHORUS
SWITCH:
Chorus
function on and off control switch.
9. NOTCH
FILTER SWITCH
Controls
the amount of change of the frequency shift for the built-in chorus effect.
feedback
reduction
can be achieved using the selectable frequency notch filter.
8. Further
CHORUS
DEPTH
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the amount
change of the frequency shift for the built-in chorus effect.
10. DELAY
SPEED
CONTROL
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achieved
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Controls
the speed
of change
or frequency
built-in delay
effect.
9. NOTCH FILTER SWITCH
11. DELAY
DEPTH
CONTROL
10. DELAY
SPEED
CONTROL
Further
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reduction
can be achieved using the selectable frequency notch filter.
Controls
the speed
change of
of change
the frequency
shift for thefor
built-in
delay effect.
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the built-in
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10. DELAY SPEED CONTROL
12. MASTER VOLUME
11.
DELAY
DEPTH
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Controlsthethe
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of change
or frequency
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built-in delay effect.
Connect
overall
volume
output from
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Controls the speed of change of the frequency shift for the built-in delay effect.
11. DELAY DEPTH CONTROL
12. MASTER
VOLUME
Controls
the speed
of change of the frequency shift for the built-in delay effect.
Connect the overall volume output from the Amplifier and Headphone.
12. MASTER VOLUME
Connect the overall volume output from the Amplifier and Headphone.