DigiTech Live Harmony Musical Toy Instrument User Manual

Owner's Manual
48 V Phantom Power
This system parameter enables 48 Volt phantom power on the XLR portion of the
Live Harmony Mic/Line In jack and should be enabled when connecting a condenser
microphone. Phantom power should be off when connecting a dynamic microphone,
ribbon microphone, or a condenser microphone which is powered using another
power source (such as an internal battery or external power supply). Failing to
turn off phantom power for certain microphones (such as ribbon mics or dynamic
mics connected using an unbalanced cable) can damage the microphone. If you are
unsure whether or not your microphone requires phantom power, consult the
microphone’s documentation or manufacturer.
To edit the 48 V setting:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Turn the <Edit 3> knob to enable or disable phantom power.
3. Press the ashing <System> button to exit the System menu.
When the STEREO parameter is turned on, the Live Harmony’s outputs will be
congured for stereo operation (this is the default setting). When the Stereo
parameter is turned off, the Live Harmony is congured for mono operation. When
congured for mono operation, all outputs will carry the same mono-summed signal.
The XLR outputs and 1/4” stereo output will be affected when changing this setting.
To edit the STEREO setting:
1. Press the <System> button.
2. Turn the <Edit 4> knob to turn Stereo on or off.
3. Press the ashing <System> button to exit the System menu.