User Manual V1.0
Rear Panel Features
|1. 4 Output Valves/2 Output Valves toggle switch||This switch works in conjunction with the FULL/STBY/HALF switch on the front panel. This allows for the following output power modes:|
Half Power/2 Output Valves = 30 Watts.
Full Power/2 Output Valves = 50 Watts.
Half Power/4 Output Valves = 70 Watts.
Full Power/4 Output Valves = 100 Watts.
|2. Speaker Outputs||Refer to ‘Before Using Your Amplifier’. Make sure the correct speaker load and power handling is connected!|
|3. Channel Footswitch Jack Socket||Use any latching footswitch to change channel using this socket. (Note – The front panel channel toggle switch needs to be switched to the dirty channel for the footswitch to work)|
|4. Boost, Global footswitch jack socket||Use any latching footswitch to add an overall volume boost to either channel. (Note – This works well for louder lead solos where extra gain is not required. An Orange footswitch will be lit up when the boost is not engaged)|
|5. Gain Boost (Dirty Channel only) footswitch jack socket||Use any latching footswitch to add a subtle gain boost to just the dirty channel. (Note – This is more apparent at lower to moderate gain levels, especially at high volume. An Orange footswitch will be lit up when the boost is not engaged)|
|6. Valve Effects Loop (Send and Return)||Use the ‘Send’ jack socket to connect to the input of time based effects pedals such as delay, chorus, etc. Use the|
‘Return’ jack socket to connect to the effects pedal’s output
|7. HT Fuse||This fuse will blow in the event of an output valve failure. Only replace with the correct rating and type, as printed on the amplifier, after having replaced the faulty valve(s). Bias adjustment should only be performed by a qualified technician.|
|8. AC Mains Inlet||Connect the supplied IEC/mains cord to the mains input and connect the plug to your AC mains supply. Refer to ‘Before Using Your Amplifier’.|
|9. Mains Fuse||The mains fuse is located in the tray directly below the AC Mains Inlet. If the mains fuse blows, replace only with the exact rating for your region. Use only the correct fuse type. If the mains fuse repeatedly blows, contact your Orange dealer.
|10. Voltage Selector||This is factory-set for the region in which the amplifier is intended to be sold. Do not tamper with this switch. Refer to ‘Before Using Your Amplifier’.|