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    SUZUKI Pianos

    SS-100 DIGITAL PIANO

    OWNERS MANUAL

    SUZUKI

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    WELCOME!We would like to express our appreciation and congratulate you for purchasing this Suzukidigital piano. With proper care this piano will provide you with years of musical enjoyment.Suzukis Advanced State of the art electronics are combined with an elegant cabinet thatwill add beauty and sophistication to any home environment. Some of the features yournew piano is equipped with include:

    hammer action keyboard for an authentic acoustic piano feel 138 instrument voices 100 rhythm style accompaniment patterns compact and dynamic sound delivery system three track recording sequencer digital effects to further enhance the instrument voices prerecorded play along songs MIDI controls and compatibility audio outputs, volume pedal and headphone jacks for versatility

    You will find many more features and functions listed within this owners manual. In order tomake the most of your SS-100 performance potential and musical features, we suggest thatyou take a few minutes to read this owners manaul. After your manual review please storeit in a safe place for later reference.

    Suzuki Piano Division includes portable keyboards, home and stage digital pianos, and theelegant digital grand ensembles plus the Suzuki Acoustic upright and grand piano products.

    SUZUKI

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    GENERAL PRECAUTIONS

    CAUTIONRISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

    DO NOT OPEN

    CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,DO NOT REMOVE COVER OR BACKNO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE

    REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL

    INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY:

    The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to thepresence of uninsulated or dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficientmagnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

    The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of importantoperation and maintenance or servicing instructions in the manual accompanying the product.

    1. CAUTION: Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approvedby the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment.

    2. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limit for a Class A digital device,pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection againstharmful interference when the equipment is operated in a noncommercial environment. This equipmentgenerates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with theinstruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment ina residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct theinterference at his own expense.

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    TAKING CARE OF YOUR DIGITAL PIANOThis Suzuki digital piano will supply you with years of musical enjoyment if you follow thesimple rules listed below.

    SERVICE AND MODIFICATIONThis product should be serviced by qualified

    service personnel when, the power supply cord or the plug hasbeen damaged,

    liquid has been spattered into the unit or ithas been exposed to rain,

    the instrument does not appear to operatenormally or exhibits a marked change inperformance,

    the instrument has been dropped or thecabinet has been damaged.

    Do not attempt to open the piano or makeany change in the circuits or parts of theunit.

    HANDLING AND TRANSPORT Never apply excessive force to the con-trols, connectors or other parts of theinstrument.

    Always unplug cables by gripping the plugfirmly, not by pulling on the cable.

    Disconnect all cables before moving theinstrument.

    Physical shocks caused by dropping,bumping, or placing heavy objects on theinstrument can result in scratches and/ormore serious damage.

    Carefully check the amplifier volumecontrol before stating to play. Excessivevolume can cause permanent hearingloss.

    CLEANING Clean the cabinet and panel with a drysoft cloth. A wax based polish may beused on the cabinet, although rubbingwith a soft cloth will usually suffice. Donot use paint thinner or petrochemicalbased polishes.

    To maintain the luster of the keys andbuttons wipe with a clean, lightly damp-ened cloth, and then polish with a soft drycloth.

    LOCATIONDo not expose the instrument to the follow-ing conditions to avoid deformation, discol-oration, or more serious damage,

    direct sunlight (near a window), high temperatures (near a heat source,outside, or in a car during the daytime),

    excessive humidity, excessive dust, strong vibration. Leave enough space around the piano forit to be properly ventilated.

    This instrument contains digital circuitryand may cause interference if placed tooclose to radio or television receivers. Ifinterference occurs, move the instrumentfurther away from the affected equipment.

    Avoid placing vinyl objects on top of theinstrument, vinyl can stick to and discolorthe surface.

    POWER Turn the power switch off when the instru-ment is not in use.

    To avoid damage to the instrument andother devices to which it is connected,turn the power switches of all relateddevices off prior to connection or discon-nection of MIDI cables.

    Turn the power off if the main cable isdamaged or the instrument is spatteredwith liquid.

    Do not switch the unit on and off in quicksuccession, this places an undue load onthe electronic components.

    Unplug the AC power cord during anelectrical storm.

    Avoid plugging the AC adaptor into thesame AC outlet as appliances with highpower consumption, such as electricheaters or ovens.

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    EASY SET UP AND QUICK PLAY ............................................... 7ASSEMBLY ................................................................................... 8PANEL CONTROLS .................................................................. 11WHEELS ..................................................................................... 20DEMO ......................................................................................... 21KEYBOARD VOICES .................................................................. 22

    Voice Selection ......................................................................... 22Layer (dual) .............................................................................. 23Lower (split) .............................................................................. 23

    RHYTHM SECTION .................................................................... 25Rhythm Style Select ................................................................. 25Adjusting the Tempo ................................................................. 26Starting and Stopping the Rhythm Style .................................. 27Variation ................................................................................... 28Fill-In ........................................................................................ 28

    AUTO ACCOMPANIMENT (AUTO BASE CHORD).................... 29Single ....................................................................................... 29Fingered ................................................................................... 30Piano ........................................................................................ 31Manual Bass Chord .................................................................. 31Auto Harmony .......................................................................... 31Starting and Stopping the Auto Accompaniment ..................... 32Variation ................................................................................... 33Fill-In ........................................................................................ 33

    FUNCTION .................................................................................. 34Metronome ............................................................................... 35Reverb Level ............................................................................ 35Chorus Level ............................................................................ 36Touch Response ...................................................................... 36Split Point for Lower Voice ........................................................ 37Split Point for Auto Accompaniment ......................................... 37Master Tune .............................................................................. 38Drum Kit Selecting (Keyboard Percussion) .............................. 38Auto Harmony Type Selecting .................................................. 39

    RECORD ..................................................................................... 40Recording ................................................................................. 41Playback ................................................................................... 42

    REGISTRATION MEMORY ......................................................... 43PLAY ALONG SONGS ................................................................ 44MIDI ............................................................................................. 45MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART ............................................... 47VOICE LIST ................................................................................. 48STYLE LIST .......................

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