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****** Page 1 ****** PF-350, *-500, PF-800 Quick Start Guide am re le
****** Page 2 ****** What’s in the Box PF-350, PF-500, or PF-800 Amplifier, Power cable, Quick Start Guide. Hookup Diagrams Standard Setup Speaker Cabinet Parallel Setup Speaker Cabinet A Daisy Chaining Speaker Cabinet A COO “F •xxx p F •XXX PF-350/PF-500/PF800 Speaker Cabinet B 060 PF-350/PF-500/PF800 Speaker Cabinet B Note: Use same impedance cabinets in parallel setups and when daisy-chaining
****** Page 3 ****** Front & Rear Panels input pad PF-350 limit o fault o gain 3 bass midrange treble volume limiter 1 3 mute o -15dB 2 2 4 12 12345 ulüa hi 5 6 7 eudio in O 8 7 o 10 10 compression gain o 10 10 10 10 10 input 1 ultra lo bass midrange frequency treble fx mix 10 3 11 4 13 16 volume 5 18 f switch pwramp in pre amp out XL-R line phones O 9 PF 500 pF-800 8 19 tuner out fxl op speaker outputs 2 WIRING •WOO •won 15 out 14 pre-EQ OdB LIFT 17 9 20 3
****** Page 4 ****** Front & Rear Panel Descriptions 1. 1/4″ Input: Connect a passive or active instrument to the Input jack. 2. Pad/Mute: Pad reduces input volume by 15 dB. Mute will mute the signal completely. 3. Gain/Peak LED: The Gain knob adjusts the signal sent to the preamplifier. The Peak LED indicates when the input signal is too high. 4. EQ Knobs: Boost or cut the level at certain frequencies to enhance the sound. 5. Volume: Adjusts the output level to Speaker Outputs and the preamp level sent to the Phones output. 6. Limiter Switch: Turns the Limiter function on/off. 7. Fault LED: Glows amber if the amp has a fault or is in thermal protect mode. Audio Input: Connect a line level source for playback through the Phones output. 8. 9. Phones Output: Combination playback of the 1/4″ Input and Audio In input. 10. Compression: Controls the amount of compression applied to the input signal. 11. Ultra Hi/Ultra Lo Switches: Enhance the high and/or low frequencies. 12. Frequency Select Knob: Selects the frequencies affected by the Midrange EQ knob. 13. FX Mix Knob: Adjusts the amount of FX combined with the input signal. 14. Power: Input socket for power cable, switch for local AC voltage selection, and power on and off. 15. Speaker Outputs: Combination Speakon@ 1/411 TS outputs for connecting speaker cabinets. 16. Foot Switch Input: Control the Mute and FX functions using a footswitch. 17. XLR Line Output: Feeds an external mixer or recording device. 18. Patch Input/Output: Pwr Amp In bypasses the internal preamp. Pre Amp Out feeds an external amplifier or powered speaker. 19. Tuner Output: Feeds an external tuner. 20. FX Loop Send/Return: Connect the input and output of an external FX processor. Getting Started 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 4 Read and understand the included “Important Safety Instructions.” Make sure the Power switch is off before making any connections. Push the line cord securely into the amplifier’s IEC connector and plug the other end into a grounded AC outlet. The amplifier may accept the appropriate voltage as indicated near the IEC connector. Connect an instrument to the PF-350/PF-500/PF-800 Input jack with a 1/4″ (shielded) instrument cable. Connect (unshielded) speaker cables to speaker cabinets with Speakon or 1/4″ TS ends, depending on model. With the Gain and Volume controls fully off, turn the amplifier on by pressing the Power switch to the On position. While playing the instrument, adjust the Gain and Volume knobs to the preferred level. Adjust the EQ knobs to taste.
****** Page 5 ****** Technical Specifications Output Power Rating Maximum Gain Power Requirements Size (H x w x D) Weight PF-350 250W RMS @ 8 Q THD) 350W RMS @ 4 Q THD) 64 dB -100-120V AC, 50-60 1-Iz, 100W -200-240V AC, 50-60 Hz, loow 2.7 x 10.8 x 10.7 in 69 x 275 x 272 mm 7.8 lb / 3.5 kg PF-500 now RMS @ 8 Q THD) 500W RMS @ 4 Q THD) 69 dB -100-120V AC, 50-60 Hz, 125W -200-240V AC, 50-60 1-Iz, 125W 3.1 x 14.0 x 10.8 in 80 x 355 x 272 mm 11.0 lb / 5.0kg PF-800 400W RMS @ 8 Q THD) 800W RMS @ 4 Q THD) 71 dB -100-120V AC, 50-60 Hz, 200W -200-240V AC, 50-60 1-Iz, now 3.1 x 15.0 x 10.8 in 80 x 355 x 272 mm 11.8/5.4 All specifications subject to change WARRANTY AND SUPPORT Visit WWW.AMPEG.COM to… (1) …identify WARRANTY coverage provided in your local market. Please keep your sales receipt in a safe place. (2) …retrieve a full-version, printable OWNER’S MANUAL (English only) for your product. (3) …REGISTER your product. .CONTACT Technical Support, or call 818-575-3600. ampeg.com Yamaha Guitar Group, Inc. 26580 Agoura Road, Calabasas, CA 91302-1921 USA Part No. 40-00-0535 Rev. A 0 2019 Yamaha Guitar Group, Inc. All rights reserved. Ampeg and Portaflex are trademarks or registered trademark of Yamaha Guitar Group, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other jurisdictions. Speakon is a registered trademark of Neutrik AG Corporation. 5
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