Numark Industries AXIS 9 User Manual

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11. PITCH- Actives and sets pitch slider range.

12. KEY- Used for various key control.

13. -,+ - Works as pitch bend and controls key

and pitch functions.

14. PITCH SLIDER- Controls the overall speed

of the music.

15. PITCH RANGE LED- Indicates current pitch

range of the pitch slider

16. EFFECT BUTTON- Used to determine

desired effect.

17. EFFECT HOLD- Used to set effects to an

alternate position

18. LOOP IN- Used to set stutter and loop in


19. LOOP OUT- Used to set loop out points and

release the loop.

20. RELOOP/STUTTER- Used for repeated play

(stutter) from the loop in point, repeating a
previously set, and hot start.

21. RELAY- Used for setting Alternating play

start between attached units.


Tracks the beats and measure position of

23. CD Illumination Light (unit front) – lights

up the CD drawer and CD when open.

24. CD Drawer (Unit Front) – Place your CDs

you wish to play in here. This unit is
designed to play commercially available CD

and properly burned and finalized CDR.
Due to variances on the specification of
certain CD burners and CDs some discs
home made CDs may not play properly.

25. Power Switch- Turn on and turn off the

machine with this button. The unit should

always be shut down with this button first
before any external power is removed.
Typically it is recommended that the CD
player is powered on before amplifiers and

off after amplifiers to avoid an audio spike
to be sent through your equipment.

26. IEC Power Plug Connector - Plug your

supplied power cord in here.

27. Voltage Selector - Set this switch to the

voltage for your location.

28. RCA Audio Connectors - Connect your CD

player to your mixer from this line level

29. Digital Output - The format is type 2, form

1, also known as S/PDIF (Sony/Phillips
Digital Interface Format). To active digital
output, hold down “PROG” followed by
“PITCH”. This allows digital audio
information to be sent. Some CDs also

have information encoded in the original
audio output such as CDG graphic CDs for

30. Relay Connector- If you wish to use the

relay function plug in your 3.5mm stereo

control cables into here and then into your
other unit. The cable must be a stereo
style plug for the units to work properly

31. Remote Start Connector – Use this

connector to plug into your fader start

compatible mixer or remote switch. This
function is always active.

a. To use this connector for fader start,

connect the supplied fader start cable to a
fader start compatible mixer. Every time
you move the crossfader on the mixer over

to the side that the unit is on, it will
automatically start playing. When you
move the fader away from that side, the
unit will stop. Moving the fader back to the

unit side will start play again.

b. Foot switches can also be attached to this

jack for creative mixing techniques and can
be found in most music shops. Connector
plugs are often ¼” and an adapter to 1/8”
will be needed for connection. There are

also two types of footswitches that will
work with this connector. The first is a
typical, on/off pushbutton switch and are
generally used for switching channels on

guitar amps. The second switch is a
momentary footswitch and is usually used
for keyboard sustain pedals.

32. MIDI IN Connector – The port is for

receiving MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital
Interface) signals from other MIDI devices

such as CD players, Keyboards, or Drum

33. MIDI OUT Connector – The port is for

sending MIDI signals to other MIDI devices.