Air Monster Manufacturing 3600 user manual

User manual for the device Air Monster Manufacturing 3600

Device: Air Monster Manufacturing 3600
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Date of adding : 2013-08-29 17:31:43
Number of pages: 48
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®
Home Theatre

Reference PowerCenter
HTS 3600
Owner’s Manual

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Important Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i Proper Grounding and Installation Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .iv Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Monster’s Patented C

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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Please read and observe the following safety points at all times. WARNING – Power Sources Do not plug this Monster PowerCenter into a power outlet that differs from the source indicated for safe use on the Monster PowerCenter. If you don’t know the type of electrical power that is supplied to your home, please consult your local power company. WARNING – Grounding and Polarization A. Your Monster PowerCenter has a three-wire grounding-type AC plug (a three-prong plu

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WARNING – Proper Cleaning In general, the only cleaning necessary for your Monster PowerCenter is a light dusting. Unplug your component from the wall before cleaning it. Do not use any type of liquid or aerosol cleaners. Lightly moisten a cloth with water to clean the outside of your Monster PowerCenter. WARNING – Liquid: Avoiding Electrical Shocks Do not operate your Monster PowerCenter if liquid of any kind is spilled onto or inside the unit. Do not operate your Monster PowerCenter near rain

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CAUTION – Exposure To Heat Do not expose your Monster PowerCenter to direct sunlight or place it near wall heaters, space heaters, or any enclosed space prone to temperature increase (e.g., car trunk). WARNING – Storm Precautions In the event of a lightning storm, immediately disconnect your Monster PowerCenter from its power source. After you’ve done this, it’s not necessary to disconnect any components from your Monster PowerCenter. WARNING – No User Serviceable Parts Inside If, for any reaso

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PROPER GROUNDING AND INSTALLATION TIPS CAUTION – Proper Grounding Monster PowerCenters require a properly grounded 3-wire outlet to protect connected equipment. If your AC outlet is improperly wired (no ground or reverse polarity), the Green "Ground OK" light on the front panel ™ of the Home Theatre Reference PowerCenter HTS 3600 will not light up. In this event, call an electrician to fix the problem in your home’s wiring. Many older buildings are inadequately wired. It’s very common for a

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IMPORTANT NOTE–Proper Power and Protection To completely deliver clean power and protect your equipment against electrical surges, every wire into or out of your equipment must be connected to an appropriate Monster PowerCenter. IMPORTANT NOTE–Proper Protection and the Limited Connected Equipment Warranty The $500,000 Limited Connected Equipment warranty becomes invalid if any wire (phone, coax, or AC), or audio or video interconnect leading into the equipment comes from a component that is not

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INTRODUCTION Thank You ™ Thank you for purchasing Monster Power’s Home Theatre Reference PowerCenter HTS 3600. The PowerCenter reflects Monster’s commitment to creating performance-enhancing solutions for home theatre systems, so you will enjoy superior picture and sound quality. Ordinary AC power accessories compromise the quality of the components they power. The PowerCenter’s advanced technology and innovative design solves this problem and offers several unique convenience and performance

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MONSTER’S PATENTED CLEAN POWER STAGES Each PowerCenter features a stage of Clean Power. Clean Power performs two tasks vital to high performance audio, video and digital reproduction: filtration and isolation. The higher the Clean Power stage, the more sophisticated and advanced the filters are, to reject noise generated on the AC powerline. Also, the higher the Clean Power stage, the more isolation between connected equipment for maximum component-generated noise rejection. HTS 3600 features C

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THE DESIGN MINDS BEHIND THE POWERCENTER Richard Marsh – There are few experts able to solve the complex problems of AC power. Richard Marsh is one of the illustrious few. He has designed best selling power conditioning components costing more than $3,000 and now brings his expertise to Monster Power. ™ Richard developed Monster’s exclusive Clean Power circuitry. He is also responsible for several other groundbreaking designs. Richard’s background and research into amplifier and capacitor desig

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Noel Lee – Noel Lee is best known for popularizing the concept of high performance audio cable 20 years ago with his creation of Monster Cable. Originally a laser-fusion design engineer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and later a touring musician, Noel today has invented or co-invented over 125 U.S. and international patents and drives the explosive growth of The Monster Group into more than 80 countries worldwide. Monster Power is his realization of a long-nurtured vision of making a

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CONTENT CHECKLIST Before You Begin Before you do anything, make sure you have everything you need to enjoy the high performance of your Monster PowerCenter. You’ll need the following items to get started: 1) This owner’s manual. 2) Your favorite pen or a computer with internet browser (for registering your warranty information). 3) One Monster Power Home Theatre Reference PowerCenter HTS 3600. 4) One sheet of Monster Power Audio/Video ID labels. 5) One Pair of rack ears. 6) One Monster Video ca

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HOOKUP GUIDE STEP 1 Pay-Per-View/Phone Line Hookup Please note that HTS 3600 is not intended for hookup of any phone which carries two separate phone lines on a single 4-pin jack. A) Connect the end of your phone cable into the phone wall outlet. Plug the other end into the HTS 3600 "Phone In" jack. B) Connect a second phone cable into one of the HTS 3600 "Phone Out" jacks and into the Pay-per-View input on your DBS receiver or DVD player. FOR STANDARD TELEPHONE LINE PROTECTION (NOT A PAY-PER

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REMOTE AC CONTROL HOOKUP STEP 2 Remote AC Control Hookup This feature allows you to turn your PowerCenter On via the remote control that operates your A/V receiver or preamp. A) Plug in the Remote AC control cord’s female end into back of your HTS 3600. B) Plug in the Remote AC control cord’s 2-prong male end into the A/V receiver’s Switched AC power outlet. When you turn on your Receiver or Preamp, the PowerCenter’s Switched outlets will become active. IN OUT 1 IN OUT CABLE TV OUT 2 IN OUT GRO

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REMOTE DC CONTROL HOOKUP STEP 3 Remote DC Control Hookup This feature allows you to connect your PowerCenter to your Home Automated Control System conveniently. So, a component you don’t want powered constantly (like your projector or surround amplifiers) can be plugged into one of your PowerCenter’s "Switched" outlets and be remotely activated when needed. This feature also allows you to use any length of low voltage wire (not supplied) to remotely control multiple PowerCenters. A) Plug in a Re

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STEP 4 Coaxial input/output hookup You will need additional coaxial cables to connect the HTS 3600 to your components. See illustration on page 15 which shows a proper grounding schematic. Protect Cable TV, Satellite and Antenna Connections as Follows: CABLE TV From Grounding Block To Cable Box or TV (connected to incoming cable TV cable)* IN OUT IN OUT SATELLITE From Grounding Block To Satellite Receiver (connected to satellite dish)* “DISH IN” Jack ANTENNA IN OUT From Grounding Block To VCR,

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STEP 5 Ultra-High Current Audio Outlet (Switched/Timed) Hookup NOTE: These outlets are designed to deliver maximum current to power hungry components like amplifiers and preamplifiers. Because certain components don’t need continuous power, or shouldn’t be turned on continuously, these outlets are "switched."This means the components plugged into these outlets won’t receive power or shut down unless your PowerCenter is turned on or off. These outlets are also "timed,"enabling sequential power

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STEP 6 Analog Audio Filter Outlet (Switched) Hookup NOTE Because certain components don’t need continuous power, or shouldn’t be turned on continuously, these outlets are "switched."This means the components plugged into these outlets won’t receive power or shut down unless your PowerCenter is turned on or off. You can plug any type of low current audio component (e.g., portable cassette player) or video component (e.g., camcorder) into the preamp or tape outlets. ® A) Attach a Monster Power ID

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STEP 7 Video Filter Outlet (Unswitched) Hookup NOTE These outlets are "unswitched" because some components perform best when powered continuously. A VCR, for example, should be plugged into one of these outlets to avoid the hassle of resetting its clock when power is interrupted. Whether you turn your PowerCenter on or off, any component plugged into these outlets will receive continuous power as long as your PowerCenter is plugged into a properly grounded 120 volt wall socket. You can plug an


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