Audio Design Associates Cinema Reference Mach II PTM-6150 user manual

User manual for the device Audio Design Associates Cinema Reference Mach II PTM-6150

Device: Audio Design Associates Cinema Reference Mach II PTM-6150
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RELEASED APRIL 2002
CINEMA
REFERENCE
Mach II
Version 3.46
Installation
Manual
602-610 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY, 10605, www.ada-usa.com, 1-800-HD-AUDIO, Fax (914) 946-9620

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Safety Instructions & Electrical Warning READ INSTRUCTIONS - All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated. RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS - The operating instructions should be retained for future reference. HEED WARNING - All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS - All operating and use instructions should be followed. WATER AND MOISTURE - The appliance should not be used near water - for example

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Contents Safety Instructions & Electrical Warning ....................................................................................... 1 AC Connections ............................................................................................................................... 4 Power Amplifier (& Powered Subwoofer) Connections................................................................ 5 Introduction - Front Panel Controls & Displays ....................................................

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Bass Setup 4................................................................................................................................... 55 Bass Limiter ............................................................................................................................................. 55 THX Ultra Setup 5 ........................................................................................................................... 56 Boundary Gain Control (BGC).......................

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AC Connections Before You Begin As you remove the Cinema Reference Mach II from its packaging, AC Connection inspect the condition of the component prior to proceeding with the Before you plug your Cinema following steps for AC connection. In the event that the Cinema Reference into an AC outlet, Reference Mach II appears to have suffered cosmetic damage due make certain that the voltage to shipping, please contact your Authorized ADA Dealer immedi- do not proceed to plug the unit into an AC ou

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Power Amplifier (& Powered Subwoofer) Connections Audio Connections The Cinema Reference Mach II’s Audio Outputs are clearly marked in a white field on the back of the unit. ADA strongly suggests not using directional interconnects that lift the grounds. This diagram includes ADA’s PTM-8150 Eight Channel Power Amplifier. While you may decide to vary the input arrangement if you are using a PTM-8150, the following input arrangement will cause the amplifier’s front panel LED display to spread o

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L D E E T E R N M U D O U N Introduction - Front Panel Controls & Displays Overview Welcome The Cinema Reference Mach II is the world’s most advanced audio The Cinema Reference Mach video surround sound preamplifier. It is also configured “Out Of II is factory set for optimum The Box” for optimum operation. While it is designed to be easy operation. This section to setup and operate, ADA strongly recommends spending some details the front panel features time familiarizing yourself with the un

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e m u l E o V M e s U i Power On, Mute, Off, & Master Volume Control When the Cinema Reference is off, turning any knob or pushing any knob other than the Volume knob will cause the Cinema Reference’s center LCD display to indicate: Power On Press the Cinema Reference’s PUSH VOLUME Volume knob to engage power FOR POWER ON on. Front Plate To turn on the Cinema Reference, providing the unit is not in Mute, press the Volume knob once. Pressing of the Volume knob performs only three functions. Pres

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r e h t t o T n n A e U n t c o e Input Selector The Cinema Reference Mach II permits you to scroll to the next input without having all of the components you are passing actively process through the Cinema Reference Mach II. This prevents the clicking that is commonly associated with changing TV channels up and down. To best access another component from the front of the Cinema Reference, turn the Input Selector knob. As you turn this knob, you will notice that the top row of the LCD display

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t r n e D e h t n o o R n p A t m O c e o Record Selector The Cinema Reference Mach II incorporates a record selector that operates independently from the actual source component selected for the home theater room. This record selector can be used in several ways. 1 Use the Record Selector to send audio and video signals from a particular component to a recording device (i.e. VCR) Front View 2 Use the Record Selector to send a video signals to a second The Record Selector operates monitor or TV

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Rear Panel Connections Composite Video S-Video Component Video HDTV¥RGBHV¥VGA Inputs (8) Inputs (4) Inputs (3) Inputs (4) "Dolby", "Pro Logic", & the double-D Symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved. Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942, 5,956,764, 5,974,380, 5,978,762 and other worldwide patents issued and pending. "DTS", "DTS-ES Extended Surround", and "Neo 6" are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. ' 1996, 2000

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Out of the Box Input Configuration The Cinema Reference Mach II is an incredibly flexible home theater controller that can accommodate a wide array of components. For easy and quick setup, one can use the “Out of the Box” input configurations shown on the following pages. One can also elect to do a completely “Custom” input configuration or a combination of “Out of the Box” and “Custom” input configurations. The “Out of the Box” input configuration is easy to follow and offers connection of as

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DVD Player Connection The Out of the Box input configuration for a DVD player is set to use the digital coaxial audio output of the DVD player as most DVD players have this type of RCA jack. DVD Player PCM/AC-3/DTS Video S-Video Component Video Output Digital Out Out Out Y Cr Cb S-Video Cable (Primary Video Connection Component Video providing TV has S-Video Input) (Optional video connection Video Cable providing that TV has (When driving the TV with component video inputs. S-Video o

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DVD Audio/SACD Player Connection The Out of the Box input configuration also has provisions for a DVD Player that is capable of playing DVD Audio and/or SACD. These multi-channel high-resolution discs are designed to offer superior sound quality. Because of concerns regarding copy-protection, the decoding of the material actually takes place in the DVD player. For this reason, DVD Audio and SACD players feature six channel analog audio outputs which are labeled left, center, right, left surro

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DSS Receiver Connection The Out of the Box input configuration for a DSS receiver is set to use the optical digital audio output of the DSS receiver as most DSS receivers have this type of TOS-Link jack. In the event your DSS receiver features a digital audio coaxial jack, you may wish to use this connection instead of the optical connection. Coaxial connections are better than optical connections, especially when basic optical interconnects are all that are available. DSS/SATELLITE Opitcal Di

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DSS Receiver Connection - Coaxial Connection DSS/SATELLITE Digital Video S-Video HD VGA Output Audio Out Out Output S-Video Cable (Primary Video) HDTV Video (Optional) (You must connect this Video Cable cable to a TV, line- (When driving the TV with doubler, or projector that S-Video or component is capable of processing video, this cable is still HDTV (VGA) video) required to drive the Cinema Reference’s LCD display. "Dolby", "Pro Logic", & the double-D Symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laborato

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DVR/PVR Connection The Out of the Box input configuration for a DVR (Digital Video Recorder) are sometimes called PVRs (Personal Video Recorders). There are several different models available and the diagram below shows connection of the most basic type of models. These units feature analog audio outputs along with both composite video and S-Video outputs. The diagram to the right details the connection of more advanced models that in addition to the outputs found on standard models, also incl

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DVR/PVR with Digtial Audio & VGA Video Connection The Out of the Box input configuration for a DVR provides for analog audio connections. This configu- ration, in addition to composite video and S-Video, is also setup for VGA video. As such, if you are using an advanced DVR, one that also features a VGA video output (i.e. replay tv 4000), you can connect this output to the Cinema Reference’s #3 VGA input. As with other components that feature a VGA output, this connection is only useful if yo

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VCR Connection The Out of the Box input configuration for a VCR permits for both composite and S-Video as well as right and left analog audio. Use inputs number 4. VCR Stereo Video S-Video Audio Out Out Output RL S-Video Cable (Primary Video) Audio Cable Video Cable (When driving the TV with S-Video or component video, this cable is still required to drive the Cinema Reference’s LCD display. "Dolby", "Pro Logic", & the double-D Symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved

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Digital or HDTV Cable/TV Tuner Connection The Out of the Box input configuration for Cable/TV tuners provides for analog audio connections along with composite video. If you are using a HDTV tuner instead of a cable TV tuner, you will need to alternate the audio input configuration for the CABLE/TV 5 input label. This input label is also setup Out of the Box for a VGA/HDTV input on VGA input #4. To permit the Cinema Reference Mach II to play digital audio, you will need to connect a TOS-Link


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