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The Front Panel
The SOURCE buttons select one of two identical stereo pairs of audio
inputs. Ordinarily Input I will be connected to the main outputs of your
stereo preamp and the second input will be a spare. In video installations,
Input I will be connected to the main audio outputs of your TV receiver,
VCR or audio/video control center. Input II can then accept the outputs of
a separate system or the audio outputs of a video disc or CD player.
PRE POSTTAPE SYSTEM
DIGITAL AUDIO ENVIRONMENT PROCESSOR CP-1
The MONITOR button selects SOURCE I/II or TAPE IN. The Tape inputs
are provided to accommodate a recorder if the CP-1 occupies a previously
used tape monitor loop.
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The unlabeled LED to the left of the System Mute Indicator lights when the
CP-1 detects a signal from the remote control. The SYSTEM MUTE LED
indicates that unprocessed audio is no longer passing through to the CP-1's
main outputs. The EFFECT MUTE LED indicates that the CP-1’s processed
audio is no longer passing through to its outputs.
The alphanumeric display shows both the program that is running and its
modifiable parameters. The CP-1 has 24 registers: PRESETs 1-12 are
configured at the factory; those labeled USER 1-12 are available for storage
of programs customized by the user.
The INPUT LEVEL control and its display allow you to match the level of
the incoming signal to the CP-1’s digital encoding circuits. When correctly
set, loud passages will light the entire row of green LEDs without flashing
the red ones.
The PRE and POST Tape switch determines whether CP-1 processing if
applied before or after tape output. PRE means that the tape deck gets the
signal unaltered (PRE-processing); POST applies CP-1 processing to the
tape output (POST-processing).To record CP-1 processing onto tape the
CP-1 must be in the two-speaker mode (Configuration 1) with the POST