AMERICAN AUDIO V1000 PDF
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User’s Guide. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Operating instructions AMERICAN AUDIO V PLUS |
Before using this amplifier, read the user manual for further warnings. No hay piezas adentro que el usario puede reparar. Antes de usar este amplificador, lea mas advertencias en la guia de operacion. Dieses Symobl soll den Benutzer auf wichtige Instruktionen in der Smerican aufmerksam machen, die Handhabung und Wartung des Produkts betreffen.
Operating instructions AMERICAN AUDIO V1000 PLUS
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The lightning flash with an arrow triangular symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of non insulated “dangerous voltage” within the products enclosure, and may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock. The exclamation point triangular symbol is intended to alert americaan user to the presence of important operating and maintenance servicing instructions in the qudio manual accompanying the amplifier.
The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the unit. The appliance has been exposed to rain or water. The fixture does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance. You’re reading an excerpt. These amplifiers are designed to provide a big impact in sound reproduction.
American Audio V PLUS Manuals
Please read and understand this manual completely before attempting to operate your new amplifier. This booklet contains important information concerning the proper and safe operation of your new amplifier. Every Vplus series amplifier has been thoroughly tested V and has been shipped in perfect operating condition.
Carefully check the shipping auddio for damage that may have occurred during shipping. If the carton appears to be damaged, carefully inspect your unit for any damage and be sure all accessories necessary to operate the system have arrived akdio. In the event damage has been found or parts are missing, please contact our toll free customer support number for further instructions.
Please do not return the amplifier to your dealer without contacting customer support. This amplifier is designed to mount into a standard 19″ rack. The front panel provides four holes used to screw the unit into a rack. The unit also provides a way to rear amfrican the unit into a rack for added security. Rear mounting the unit is especially recommended qudio the unit is to mounted into a mobile rack.
You may also visit us on the web at www. Service Hours are Monday through Friday 9: Power Switch – This switch controls the units main power.
At this point channel one will begin to distort. Under heavy clipping activity lower the channel one gain control to reduce there details on input configuration.
Cooling Fan – This breaker amrrican designed to protect the amplifier and your speakers in the event of an AC overload. In the event of an electrical overload the breaker will pop-out. To reset the breaker, push it in. If the breaker continues to pop, stop using the amplifier and contact customer service.
Amplifiers arrive g1000 you preset in the stereo operation mode.
This fan is used to cool the internal parts of the amplifier when in use. Never block the fan in any way or mount amefican an enclose rack, doing so may cause the amplifier to overheat and fail. Never plug your amplifier in to a wall outlet that does not match the required voltage of your amplifier, serious damage may occur amegican your unit.
Cooling Fan Dual speed ameeican fans. These fans are used to cool the internal parts of the amplifier. Never block the fan grills in any way or mount in an enclose rack, doing so may cause the amplifier to overheat and fail. The XLR jack is configured as follows; Pin three positive, pin two negative, pin one ground. See page 9 for more details on input configuration. Amplifiers are shipped in stereo mode. Fuse Holder – This holder houses the external fuse.
Red is positive signal and Black is negative signal. Ground Lift Switch This switch is used to disconnect the internal ground signal from americna amplifier chassis ground. Cooling Fan – Dual speed cooling fans. This fans are used to cool the internal parts of the amplifier when in use. Channel 2 Frequency Adjustment. For cable runs shorter than 20ft. Connect a XLR cable to the input of channel one.
This will reduce the use of “Y” cables. The speaker wire may be connect by bare wire directly connected, usually for permanent connectionsbanana plug, or spade connector. Connections are made to Channels 1 and 2 output’s for stereo mode or across the red terminals of Channels 1 and 2 for Xmerican Bridge Mode. Although a speaker will operate with the positive and negative leads plugged into either terminal on the amplifier binding post, be auvio to plug the negative lead into the black terminal and positive lead into Diagram 8 the red terminal.
Ensuring proper polarity will avoid speakers auddio out of phase, that can cause a loss of bass response.
Banana Plugs – When connecting your speakers to the amplifier using banana jacks; Be sure that the red and black caps on the binding post are completely screwed in. Insert the banana jacks into the caps of the binding post, be sure that the banana jack is inserted securely to avoid the risk of it popping out.
Diagram 10 When connecting your speakers to the amplifier using bare wire; Unscrew the red and black caps on the binding post, be sure not to completely remove or unscrew the red and black caps. Insert the bare wire into the hole that was reveled by unscrewing the binding post cap. After inserting the wire into the binding post hole, screw the binding post cap down on the wire.
To reduce the risk of shock or damage to your amplifier, be sure that the wire connected to one binding post does not come in contact with that of another. Typical speaker output using bare wire. Insert bare wire into the binding post and tighten. Diagram 6 Diagram 11 When connecting your speakers to the amplifier using spade connector; Unscrew the red and black caps on the binding post, be sure not to completely remove or unscrew the red and black caps.
Insert the spade connector in to the binding post and tighten the caps down on the spade connector.
When connecting your speakers to the amplifier using banana jacks; Be sure that the red and black caps vv1000 the binding post are tighten down completely.
Mono bridge operation connections will follow the above descriptions however, when operating in mono bridge operation the speaker connections will run between the two positive red leads. Use channel two positive output terminal for the negative connection and the channel one positive output terminal for the positive connection.
P Typical speaker output using spade connectors. Connect your inputs into channels one and v10000 of the amplifier. Connect your speakers to the outputs on the rear of the amplifier.
Be sure that your front gain controls are turned down to their lowest level full counter-clockwise. Turn your amp on. Turn your input source level up. Use your front gain controls to regulate the output volume. Be sure not to raise the volume to the clip level, however an intermittent clip signal is acceptable.
Be sure your amplifier and all other audio equipment is powered down. Connect an input signal to channel one. Connect your speaker across the red output binding post on the rear of your amplifier. Turn your equipment on your amplifier should always be the last item you turn on.
Apply an input source signal aidio your amplifier. Turn channel two gain up. Use the channel one gain to regulate your amplifier output. Bridged-Mono Mode Caution – The voltage across the output terminals of a bridged V000 series amplifier may equal or exceed V volts RMS and may be as high as volts.
When the input signal overloads, the “CLIP LED’s” indicate a signal overload, at this time, the master volume should be lowered to reduce distortion. If the input gain level is not reduced the built-in limiter will activate. During signal overload, the limiter will reduce the input audio signal enough to minimize the amount of clipping.
A limiter takes the gain of an overloading signal and reduces it, the reduction in gain reduces distortion that can cause damage to your speakers and amplifier. During normal operation below clipping, and momentary clips on peaks, the limiter does not affect the audio signal and is inaudible.
It will allow brief clipping of peaks and will only activate when continuous, hard clipping occurs. During excessive clipping the limiter will reduce the audio signal enough to minimize the amount of clipping. When the input signal decreases enough that clipping ends, the limiter will deactivate and cease its gain reduction. The limiter xmerican a fixed threshold and can not be adjusted.