Amphony 1600 user manual

User manual for the device Amphony 1600

Device: Amphony 1600
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Date of adding : 2013-08-09 14:47:31
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User and Installation Guide
Guide d’Utilisateur et d’Installation

5.8 GHz DIGITAL
Wireless Speaker Kit
5.8 GHz NUMÉRIQUE
Amplificateurs Sans Fil
Model 1600 / Modèle 1600
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EN - Contents Unpacking ....................................................................................... 2 Connecting the transmitter .............................................................. 2 Connecting the amplifiers ............................................................... 4 Placing the transmitter and amplifiers ............................................. 5 Operating the transmitter ................................................................ 6 Operating the amp

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R User and Installation Guide Unpacking: Check that this package contains: One 5.8 GHz Digital Audio transmitter - Model 1550, two 5.8 GHz Digital Audio amplifiers - Model 1550, one small and two large AC adapters (wallwarts), four short speaker cables, one RCA audio cable. S tep 1 Connecting the transmitter The transmitter connects either to a standard line-out audio interface via the supplied RCA cable or to an amplified speaker output via the supplied short speaker cables. If the transmi

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R User and Installation Guide Using the transmitter RCA audio input: L R DC 9V L R Transmitter AC adapter DC 9 V 250 mA AUDIO LINE OUT L R Power outlet Audio Source Using the transmitter speaker audio input: L R DC 9V L R Transmitter AC adapter DC 9 V 250 mA L R Power outlet SPEAKER OUT Audio Source Page 3

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R User and Installation Guide S tep 2 Connecting the amplifiers Connect the DC power input of the amplifier with the supplied large 24 V AC adapter (wallwart). ATTENTION: Connect the amplifier to the AC adapter BEFORE connecting the AC adapter to the power outlet to avoid sparks due to rush-in current. Each amplifier connects to regular passive loudspeakers via the supplied speaker cable. Observe the correct polarity when connecting the speakers. Connect the left speaker to the amplifier mar

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R User and Installation Guide S tep 3 Placing the transmitter and amplifiers For best reception, we recommend that each amplifier be placed within the line of sight from the transmitter. If possible, each amplifier should be placed right side up with its front toward the transmitter. The transmitter should be placed at an elevation such that there are no obstacles between the transmitter and amplifiers (line of sight) in an area where there will be the least amount of traffic. We suggest tha

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R User and Installation Guide S tep 4 Operating the transmitter After powering up the transmitter, the transmit light will go on for approximately five seconds while the transmitter initializes. After initialization, the transmit light will go out. Initially, set the transmitter volume control to a middle setting. Once audio is detected at the audio input, the transmit light will go on and the transmitter will transmit the audio signal. When audio is no longer detected, the transmitter will go

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R User and Installation Guide S tep 5 Operating the amplifiers As soon as a valid transmitter signal is received by the amplifiers, the amplifiers will output the amplified audio signal to the speaker outputs. The amplfier marked “LEFT” will output the left audio channel and the amplifier marked “RIGHT” will output the right channel. You can change the audio level by adjusting each amplifier volume control. In order to achieve maximum transmission quality, the transmitter volume control sho

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R User and Installation Guide Troubleshooting Problem Possible Cause Solution The transmit light Faulty AC adapter Check the power outlet and does not go on after or faulty power outlet the AC adapter; if possible, DC power is applied check for correct voltage of to the transmitter the AC adapter. The transmit light No audio present at Check the audio connection goes out after a few audio input to the transmitter and ensure seconds and does that there is audio present. not light again Transmitte

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R User and Installation Guide Problem Possible Cause Solution Audio drops out Strong interference In some cases, there may be intermittently or strong interference preventing crackles proper reception of the audio signal which can be caused by 5.8 GHz cordless telephones or 5.8 GHz wireless networks. Either eliminate the interference, locate the base unit of the cordless phone in another room, set the wireless network to use the 5.1 GHz frequency band rather than 5.8 GHz, relocate the transmitte

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R User and Installation Guide Technical Specifications Transmitter: Audio transmission method: Digital Transmitter frequency: 5.8 GHz Error correction: 1/2 rate FEC Audio sampling method: 128 times oversampling Transmitted data rate: > 3 Mbps Transmitter operating range: max. 200 ft. line of sight, max. 50 ft. through walls and ceilings Amplifiers: Output power: 2 x 150 W (2 x 80 Wrms) Frequency response: 2 Hz … 23 kHz Signal-to-noise ratio: 91 dB (Transmitter / Amplifier,

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R User and Installation Guide IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ATTENTION! READ THESE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY AND HEED ALL WARNINGS IN THIS MANUAL. POWER SOURCE To product malfunction, and to protect against electric shock, fire or personal injury, please observe the following: • This product has been designed to work with 120-volt AC current using the supplied AC adapters. Connection to a line voltage other than that or use of non-compatible AC adapters may create a safety and fire hazar

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Limited warranty WHAT YOUR WARRANTY COVERS This warranty extends only to the original user of the equipment (“you”, ”your”) and is limited to the purchase price of each part. Amphony and its affiliated companies (”we”, ”our”, ”us”) warrant this Wireless Transmitter / Amplifier Set against defects in materials or workmanship as follows. LABOR: For a period of ninety (90) days from the original date of purchase, if we determine that the equipment is defective subject to the limitations of this

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R Guide d’Utilisateur et d’Installation Déballage: Vérifiez que ce paquet contient: Un Transmetteur Audio Numérique à 5.8 GHz – Modèle 1550, deux amplificateurs Audio Numériques a 5.8 GHz, Model 1550, un petit et deux grands adaptateurs de courant électrique, quatre courts câbles à haut- parleurs. 1er étape Branchement du transmetteur Le transmetteur se branche soit à une ligne standard de l’interface audio avec le câble RCA fourni ou à la sortie amplifiée d’un haut-parleur avec les câbles

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R Guide d’Utilisateur et d’Installation Utilisez les données audio RCA du transmetteur: L R DC 9V L R Transmetteur DC 9 V 250 mA AUDIO LINE OUT Prise de courant L R Source Audio Utilisez les données audio haut-parleur du transmetteur: L R DC 9V L R Transmetteur DC 9 V 250 mA L R Prise de courant SPEAKER OUT Source Audio Page 14

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R Guide d’Utilisateur et d’Installation 2 eme étape Branchement des Amplificateurs Branchez le courant d’alimentation de chaque amplificateur avec le grand adaptateur 24V AC fourni. L’utilisation d’un parasurtenseur est recommandé afin de protéger les amplificateurs contre les surtensions de courant pouvant nuire les amplificateurs et les haut-parleurs ou causer des coupures de son. Chaque amplificateur se branche à un haut-parleur passif avec un des câbles à haut-parleur fourni. Assurez-vo

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R Guide d’Utilisateur et d’Installation 3 eme étape Emplacement du transmetteur et des amplificateurs Pour la meilleure réception, nous recommandons que chaque amplificateur soit aligné directement vers le transmetteur. Si possible, chaque amplificateur devrait être placé du côté verso et vers le transmetteur. Le transmetteur devrait être placé à une hauteur qui évite les obstacles entre le transmetteur et l’amplificateur (alignement direct) dans un endroit où il n’y aura pas beaucoup de mou

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R Guide d’Utilisateur et d’Installation 4 ème étape Fonctionnement du transmetteur Après avoir branché le transmetteur, la lumière de transmission s’allume pour environ cinq secondes durant l’initialisation. Après l'initialisation, la lumière s’éteint. Au début, réduisez le volume au mi-niveau. Lorsque l’audio est détectée par le transmetteur, la lumière de transmission s’allume et transmet le signal audio. Lorsque l’audio n’est plus présente, le transmetteur entrera dans le mode repos aprè

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R Guide d’Utilisateur et d’Installation 5 ème étape Fonctionnement des amplificateurs Aussitôt qu’un signal valide est reçu par les amplificateurs, ces derniers émettront une sortie audio amplifiée aux sorties des haut-parleurs. L’amplificateur marqué « GAUCHE » émettra la sortie audio de la chaine gauche et l’amplificateur « DROIT » émettra la chaine droite. Vous pouvez changer le niveau audio en ajustant le volume à chaque amplificateur. Afin d’atteindre une qualité maximum de transmission

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R Guide d’Utilisateur et d’Installation Tableau de problèmes/solutions PROBLÈME RAISON POSSIBLE SOLUTION Aucune lumière ne L’Adaptateur Vérifiez la prise d’alimentation et s’allume après d’alimentation est l’adaptateur. Si possible, assurez- avoir branché le défectueux ou la prise de vous que le voltage du transmetteur dans courant est défectueuse transmetteur est correct l’alimentation de courant La lumière du Il n’y a pas d’audio Vérifiez la connexion du transmetteur présent à la sort


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