01X Owner’s Manual
Controls and Connectors
Before UsingBasics SectionAppendix Getting StartedReference
•MIC/LINE INPUT (XLR) jacks 1/2
These are XLR-3-31 type balanced input jacks. The
nominal input level is -46 to +4 dB. Mics, direct
boxes, or line level devices with balanced output
jacks can be connected here. Each jack corresponds
to AD1and AD2 of the Input Patch settings (pages 27,
61, 88). The pin conﬁguration is shown below.
•MIC/LINE INPUT (TRS phone) jacks 3
through 8 (BAL)
These are TRS phone type 1/4" input jacks (bal-
anced). The nominal input level is -46 to +4 dB.
Devices such as synthesizers or rhythm machines
with unbalanced outputs can also be connected here.
Each jack corresponds to AD3 through AD8 of the
Input Patch settings (pages 27, 61, 88). The pin con-
ﬁguration is shown below.
•MIC/LINE INPUT jack 8 (HI-Z)
This is a high impedance 1/4" phone input jack
(unbalanced). The nominal input level is -46 to
+4dB. An instrument with high output impedance
such as an electric guitar or bass with passive-type
pickups can be connected here. This jack corre-
sponds to AD8 of the Input Patch settings (pages 27,
wSTEREO/AUX OUT jacks
These are 1/4" phone output jacks (unbalanced) that output
the signals of the stereo bus, rec bus or AUX bus 1/2.
eMONITOR OUT jacks
These are 1/4" phone output jacks (unbalanced) for con-
nection to your monitor setup, such as a stereo system or
This is a 1/4" TRS phone output jack for connecting a set
of stereo headphones for monitoring.Rear Panel
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Male XLR connector
1/4" TRS phone plug Ring (cold)
●Using Phase Reverse
On some audio devices, the hot and cold pin placement
of the connector may be reversed (compared to the
conventional conﬁguration). In this condition, the audio
may sound “squashed” or unnatural (out of phase)
when heard in stereo. When using such devices, set
the Phase parameter (page 99) to Reverse.