Reply 60 of 106, by holaplaneta
By the way... does the MU2000EX have an internal battery that I should check? The seller made no mention of installing a new one in it.
I just got my MU2000 and updated it to EX and I was wondering if it has a battery inside that I should remove (or update) too. I am just going to use this for gaming purposes, so for example I left my SC-55 without a battery and that's better to me.
UPDATE: So I read on the manual that says (with google translation):
This equipment is a backup battery (lithium battery) inside
Since it is stored, the power cord is removed from the outlet
Even though internal data is stored (in memory
The sampling data and the sequence data will disappear.
To do. When the backup battery is exhausted,
"Battery Low!" Is displayed in a. Backup bag
When the terry runs out, the internal data will disappear.
In the meantime, Yamaha MIDI data filer MDF 3
Save it to an external device such as the instrument store you purchased or the end of the book
Yamaha Electrical and Acoustic Products Service Center
Also in another part it says:
4. Error message list
The built-in battery is exhausted.
Please contact your Yamaha dealer or a local Yamaha dealer service center.
When the power is turned off, the sample data and sequence data in the memory of the MU2000 main unit disappear
I will do so. Save important data on a memory card. (P 116, 155)
· MU 2000 saves system setup, multi mode, performance mode data
Built-in backup battery to do. Backup battery is low
When it comes down "Battery Low!" Is displayed, and when the life of the battery comes further internal data
Will disappear. In such a case, you can use the dump out operation (P127) for important data
Save it to Pewter or MIDI data filer MDF 3, then purchase the instrument store you purchased, or
Please tell Yamaha Electric Acoustic Product Service Center stated at the end of the book battery replacement.
So yeah, it has a battery. My question is: Should I wait until the "Battery Low!" alert appears on my unit or should I replace it. I don't want to risk a leak. Do I need it at all if all I want to use it for is gaming purposes?