How To Restore Roland Juno Synthesizer To Default Setting (Factory Reset) – Roland has just expanded its entry-level synthesizer series Roland DS with the model Roland Juno-DS88. Today, the existing Roland Juno-DS61 and Roland Juno-DS88 models were expanded to include the Roland Juno-DS76 version with 76 plastic buttons.
On the back of the Roland Juno-DS61, DS76 & DS88, two audio-out jacks, microphone in, headphone out, external audio in, expression pedal and pedal switch and MIDI in and out await us as well as a USB 2.0 audio out (connection to an MX 1 with the latest firmware is possible) and a connection for a USB memory.
How To Restore Roland Juno Synthesizer To Default Settings (Factory Reset)
Time needed: 7 minutes.
There are several reasons you need to reset your Roland JUNO-DS88 to factory settings, such as when you want to sell it or when a system error. Here’s how the settings stored in the unit can be restored to their default values.
- Turn on the unit
Make sure the unit is in on position
- Press the MENU button to enter the main menu
The button is located near on the screen
- Go to UTILITY menu by using the cursor button
Press the ENTER to select
- Select FACTORY RESET
Use the cursor button and press the ENTER to select
- When a confirmation message appears, select ok to confirm
This tutorial is based on the Roland owner’s manual. Hopefully, the article How To Reset Roland JUNO-DS88 Synthesizer To Its Factory Settings can solve your problem. Good Luck!