Earthquake Sound P10 Speaker Kullanım Kılavuzu

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Earthquake Sound P10 Speaker Kullanım Kılavuzu

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Sound That Will Move YouMiniMeP10 & P12ModelsUser's ManualEarthquake Sound

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Safety Instructions1. Read Instructions — All the safety and operationinstructions should be read before the EarthquakeComponent is operated.13. Damage Requiring Service — The Componentshould be served only by EQ qualified servicedpersonnel when:2. Retain Instructions — The safety and operatinginstructions should be kept for future reference.a. The power-supply cord or the plug has beendamaged; or3. Heed Warnings — All warnings on theComponents in these operating instructions should befo

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WARNING: The MiniMe subwoofers are capable of generating high sound pressurelevels. You should exercise caution when operating these speakers. Long termexposures to high levels of sound pressure will cause permanent damage to yourhearing. Sound pressure levels exceeding 85dB can be dangerous with constantexposure, set your audio system to a comfortable loudness level. EarthquakeSound Corporation does not assume liability for damages resulting from the direct useof the MiniMe subwoofers , and urg

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IntroductionDear Valued Customer,Welcome to the electric world of EarthquakeHigh Fidelity sound systems; you are about toexperience the MiniMe subwoofer. This system isdesigned to dramatically enhance your enjoyment ofmusic and films at home, by adding power andimpact to low frequency sound effects, without takingup your entire living space.Please take a moment to fill out and mail theEarthquake Warranty Registration card. Also read theserial number located on the control panel and recordit here

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Control Panel OverviewLEFTRIGHT(1) Line Level RCAInputs and OutputsVOLUME(12) Volume ControlPOWERMINMAXFREQUENCY600 WATTS(11) 50Hz - 160HzFrequency AdjustmentPOWEREDSUBWOOFER50Hz160HzMODE(2) Speaker LevelInputs and OutputsSUB(10) Sub Operation SwitchLFEPHASEDIGITAL0180POWERAUTOOFFON(9) 0-180° Phase Shift(8) Power Status LED(7) Auto ON/OFF110-120VAC~60Hz220-240VAX~50HzWARNINGTO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSETHIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE NO USER SERVICEABLEPARTS INSIDE.

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Control Panel Overview Continued(6) Auto ON/OFFWhen the main “POWER” ON/OFF switch is in the“OFF” position, this switch has no affect on thesubwoofer. When the main “POWER ON/OFF” switchis in the “ON” position, this switch allows the autocircuit to be engaged. When this switch is in the“AUTO” position, the subwoofer will automatically turn“on” when it senses a signal. It will automatically turn“off” after 20 minutes with no signal. When this switchis in the “ON” p

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• Do not let anything come into contact with the paneland keep at least two inches away from any walls.InstallationObserve the following general precautions andread the safety instructions before powering yourEarthquake subwoofer.• Protect it from prolonged exposure to direct sunlightand other direct sources of heat, such as heatingvents and radiators.The metal control plate serves as the amplifier heatsink and also as a conduit to remove internal heat tothe outside and into the atmosphere.

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ConnectionsPlease consider the following when setting upyour new system:• This diagram shows all the low power componentssharing a power strip which is connected to the sameoutlet used by the amplifier.• Before making or changing any connections,ALWAYS make sure that the subwoofer is unpluggedfrom the wall and your other components are turnedOFF. Also, turn down the volume control of thesubwoofer and your pre-amplifier or receiver.• The subwoofer is connected to an outlet on thesame circui

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LocationP= Passive RadiatorA= Active DriverMiniMePMiniM1AMiniMeePA23Fact: Subwoofers reproduce frequencies withwavelengths that are long in relation to the dimensionsof most living rooms. Standing waves will boost orcancel various frequencies due to the interaction withthe room boundaries. Moving a subwoofer in a room willchange what you hear in the listening position a lot.#1 is very good positioning.#2 is also excellent but may shake the back wall toomuch and cause things on or along the walls

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System ConfigurationsThe following pages show some typical connectionsthat you might make in your installation. They showhow the inputs and outputs of the Earthquake sub areconnected to your pre-amplifier or receiver.Connections to a pre-amplifier'ssubwoofer outputIf your pre-amplifier has a subwoofer output (oftenlabeled LFE for Low Frequency Effects), it can beconnected to the subwoofer's Left (Mono) input asshown. This is the simplest and recommendedconnection. A receiver with a sub/LFE outpu

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Connections to a pre-amplifier using“Y” cablesIf your pre-amplifier does not have a sub/LFE output,you can use “Y” cables to send its main outputs toboth the subwoofer and your amplifier.The subwoofer will play the low frequency range andyour front speakers will play the full range.Although bass is commonly distributed evenlybetween left and right channels (L+R bass), moviesoundtracks often contain differential (L-R) bass. Theopening scene in “Top Gun”, for example, has loads ofL-R b

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Using the line speaker-level inputsIf you are using a receiver which does not have asubwoofer output or line level outputs (pre-outs), youcan connect its speaker outputs to the subwoofer'sSpeaker-Level inputs. The front speakers can still beconnected to your receiver.The subwoofer's internal amplifier supplies the powerto reproduce the low frequency range. It receives asample of the signal going to your front speakers. (Aninsignificant fraction of your receiver's power istransferred to the subwo

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Adjusting the controlsControl settingsThere are two main methods for adjusting the level,crossover frequency and phase of the EarthquakeMiniMe to match a system.Use the following charts to record more desirable datafrom test results.? Method One: Typical: Listening and makingadjustments to suit your taste.? Method Two: Laboratory: By measuring theoutput and adjusting for a flat frequencyresponse.VOLUMESatisfactory results can be achieved if you make theadjustments based on simply listening. This

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MiniMe P10 SpecificationsMiniMe P12 SpecificationsAmplifier Output600 Watts (4-Ohm impedance)Amplifier Output600 Watts RMS (4-Ohm impedance)High Cut Filter50Hz-160Hz adjustable. The crossover canbe bypassed by rotating the crossoverfrequency control fully clockwise.High Cut Filter50Hz -160Hz adjustable. The crossover canbe bypassed by rotating the crossoverfrequency control fully clockwise.Frequency Response20Hz - 135HzFrequency Response18Hz - 115HzPower Line Voltage110-220V~AC / 50 - 60Hz / 720

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Limited 5-Year WarrantyEarthquake warrants the original purchaser that all Factory Sealed New Audio Products to be free from defects in materialand workmanship under normal and proper use for a period of five (5) years from the date of purchase (as shown on theoriginal bill of sale with serial number affixed/written on it). The five (5) year warranty period is valid only if an authorizedEarthquake dealer properly installs the product and the warranty registration card is properly filled out and

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Earthquake Sound Corporation2727 Mc Cone Avenue,Hayward, California 94545Ph (510) 732-1000Fax (510)