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At last, you can take your music with you and have great tone on the road. Not only is the TX50D compact and portable, it also sports two separate channels mxnual the incredible sound that has made Crate a household name among musicians.
Your Crate amplifier is designed by musicians and built using the finest components available.
Each unit is rigorously tested by skilled technicians and musicians to ensure that your amplifier is the best it can be! In order to get the most out of your new amplifier, we strongly urge you to go over the information contained in this manual before you begin playing. The TX50D uses a sealed lead-acid volt battery as its internal power source.
The LED will change to red when the battery is low and needs recharging. When this happens, turn the amp off, connect the volt charger to the charger jack and plug it in. The LED near the charger jack will glow red while the amp is charging and goes out when the amp is fully charged.
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The battery fully recharges within 6 hours, providing up to 8 hours of use at low levels, about 4 hours of use at moderate levels, and about 2 hours of use at continuous full power sine wave. The battery is rated for up to charging cycles. The charger can also function as an AC power supply. The battery inside the TX50D must be fully charged before operating the amplifier for the first time. Even though the amplifier leaves our factory with a charged battery, time spent in shipping may cause the battery to lose some of its charge.
Damage to the amplifier may occur! If the battery is drained too low, the Power LED will go out.
This indicates an exhausted battery — one which may not take a charge. If this happens, turn the amp off, connect the volt charger to the charger jack and plug it tx50dn. If the battery is serviceable, the LED will glow once the battery reaches 10 volts — leave the charger plugged in and let the battery fully recharge.
If the LED never illuminates, the battery may need replacing. The TX50D may also be powered by using a volt vehicle cigarette lighter adapter, available at most electronic supply stores. Make certain that the polarity on the adapter matches what is shown below. The TX50D contains a sealed, rechargeable, lead-acid battery.
See page 4 for additional information. Also, refer to product warranty information. This equipment has crahe tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Louis, Missouri Primary Production Facility: Audio Amplifier Products meet the regulations for compliance marking under: Connect a low impedance microphone here by means of a shielded signal cable terminated with an XLR type connector.
Use this control to adjust the level of the mic channel. Use this control to adjust the low frequency level for the mic channel. Use this control to adjust the mid frequency level for the mic channel. Use this control to adjust the manua frequency level for the mic channel.
Use this control to adjust the amount of signal sent to the internal Digital Signal Processor DSP for the mic channel. Use this jack to connect an external effects device to the amplifier. Use this control to adjust ttx50db gain for the instrument channel 1 — the lower the setting, the lower the amount of distortion. As this control is rotated clockwise, the distortion increases and the output signal becomes louder. Use this control to adjust the tone of the instrument mabual 1.
Rotating this control craye clockwise enhances mid frequencies; rotating it clockwise enhances the low and high tx50eb. Use this control to adjust the output level of the instrument channel 1. Use this switch to select channel 1 or 2 for the instrument input. With this switch depressed, the Gain, Shape, and Level controls 10 — 12 are active.
With this switch in the out position, the Low, Mid, High, and Level controls 14 — 17 are active. Channel 1 is typically used for electric guitars since the Gain control can be cranked to produce heavily overdriven distortion.
Use this control to adjust the low frequency manuaal for the instrument channel 2. Use this control to adjust the mid frequency level for the instrument channel 2. Use this control to adjust the high frequency level for the instrument channel 2. Use this control to adjust the output level of the instrument channel 2. Mnual this control to adjust the amount of signal sent to the internal Digital Signal Processor DSP for the instrument channel. The nomenclature around the control is as follows: No effect applied SLAP: Moderate delay with regeneration ECHO: Chorus combined with large reverb 22 23 24 ROOM: Small reverb effect HALL: Large reverb effect Use these jacks to connect the outputs of a CD player or tape player to the amplifier.
The output of the CD or tape player may need to be attenuated for a suitable mix with the input channels — see the notes on page Use this jack to maunal a footswitch to the amplifier for remote control of the Instrument channel selection and turning the DSP on and off.
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The jack is wired as follows: Use this jack to connect a pair of stereo headphones for private practice sessions. The internal speakers are disconnected when headphones are used. This LED illuminates yellow when the power switch is at the on position — when the amp is fully charged. The LED illuminates red when the battery needs recharging. Use this switch to turn the amplifier on top of the switch depressed and off bottom of switch depressed.
Plug the small round connector of the optional volt car adapter into this jack to play the amplifier from a vehicle, without using the internal battery. NEVER connect the supplied volt charger to this jack!
Plug the small round connector of the supplied AC wall adapter into this jack to charge the internal battery. The LED next to the jack glows red when the amp is charging.
The Insert tx50dh 8 lets you patch external effects into the amplifier just prior to its power amp stage, as shown below.
The TX50D can be used in a variety of different ways, some of which are shown below and on the following page.
Use these ideas to fuel your imagination for the setup which best suits your needs. Idea 1 — Play and sing, with external effects and backup: Connect a microphone to the Low Z jack. Connect an instrument acoustic or electric guitar, keyboard to the Instrument Input jack.
This high-Z input works with all types of pickups, from Piezo to active types. Connect a rhythm machine to the CD Input jacks. A two-button footswitch may be used to select Instrument Channel 1 or 2 and to turn the DSP on and off. Connect the external effects device to the Insert jack using one of the methods shown on page 8. Note that the external effect will be applied equally to both channels, as well as the CD inputs, so use with discretion.
See the notes on page 10 for more detailed infromation. A pair of stereo headphones may be connected to the Headphones jack for privacy. Idea 3 — Sing along: Connect a low impedance microphone to the Low Z jack. Connect a high impedance microphone to the Instrument Input jack. Connect a tape player for sound tracks and back up music to the CD Input jacks. A single button footswitch may be used to turn the DSP on and off.
This provides control of the gain and equalization of the signal, as well as the application of DSP if desired. In this case, the left and right outputs of the tape or CD player must be summed to create a mono signal, such as shown below. To keep the cabinet in top condition, wipe it clean with a damp, lint-free cloth to remove dirt and road film.
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Never spray cleaning agents directly onto the cabinet, and stay away from abrasive cleansers which could damage the finish. Crate continually develops new products, as well as improves existing ones. For this reason, the specifications and information in this manual are subject to change without notice.
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