Dm1835x rear panel diagram – Numark Industries DM 1835X User Manual
DM1835X REAR PANEL DIAGRAM...
1. The Balanced Main Outputs are low-impedance XLR
type connectors controlled by the Master fader.
2. The Stereo Main Outputs are low-impedance RCA
connectors controlled by the Master fader.
3. The Tape Outputs are low-impedance unbalanced
RCA jacks which output the program mix and allow you to
connect any recording device.
4. The Stereo Zone Outputs are low-impedance
unbalanced RCA jacks controlled by the Z o n e L e v e l
5. The S e n d can be attached to an external effects
processor such as a sampler.
6. Mic is the mic input for the Mic Channel and Channel 4.
7. Channels 1-5 Line Inputs are unbalanced RCA
jacks. The Line Input is selected with the toggle switch on
the front panel. You can connect stereo audio from HiFi
VCRs, cassette and reel-to-reel tape decks, DAT machines,
CD players, laser discs, tuners, even synthesizers or other
N O T E : Plug mono audio sources into both Left and Right
inputs using a “Y” cable connector.
8. Line/Phono Input switch. Use this to allow line level
equipment to be plugged into your phono inputs giving you
a total of 8 line input options.
9. Phono Inputs on Channels 1, 2 and 3 use
unbalanced RCA jacks. Your input signal is fed directly to the
D M 1 8 3 5 X's high-quality RIAA phono preamplifiers so use
this position only for moving magnet cartridges. Line level
sources will overload the sensitive phono preamps and will
sound very bad, so always be sure to toggle the line/phono
switch over to line before connection of line sources.
10. AC Cord. See safety precautions on page 3 for proper
treatment of the power cord.
11. Voltage Selector. Set this for the appropriate
voltage in your area
12. GND is the grounding lug for turntables 1, 2 and 3
(phono inputs on Channels 1, 2 and 3). Always use this
connection (your turntable cable should have a grounding
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