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DESIGN GOAL: Bring the thrill of live performance and movie sound to the
home environment by calling on JBL’s professional engineering leadership.
PROFESSIONAL REFERENCE: Home Loudspeaker Series
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING JBL For more than 50 years, JBL home, car or office. We’re con- tional audio equipment for your has been involved in every fident that the JBL system you home, car or office, you will aspect of music and film have chosen will provide every once again choose JBL. recording and reproduction, note of enjoyment that you from live performances to the expected – and that when you JBL Consumer Products recordings you play in your think about purchasing addi- READ THIS! Important
near these heat-dissipation systems may 23. Non-use Periods. The power cord of 27. Object and Liquid Entry. Never push possibly affect the long term reliability of the product should be unplugged from the objects of any kind into this product both your amplifier and the objects placed outlet when left unused for long periods of through openings, as they may touch dan- above it. time. gerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Do not place CDs, record
SPEAKER PLACEMENT Front Speakers Center Channel Speaker Subwoofer 0 – 0.61m (0 – 2 ft.) Surround Speakers 1.52 – 1.83m (5 – 6 ft.) Every room is different and we Placement Connections strongly recommend that you ATX Series loudspeakers are To connect the loudspeaker experiment a little from this designed to give very good per- system to your amplifier or re- basic starting position in order formance in a wide variety of ceiver use two-conductor insu- to get the most pleasant placements. Best res
overdriving the amplifier and any solvent to clean any part of Danger: Low Power the greater the potential danger the system. Should your loud- Loudspeakers can withstand a to the high frequency unit. The speaker system ever need ser- great deal of power as long as best advice is always to use an vice it should be returned to the sound is undistorted. You amplifier or receiver that will the JBL dealer where it was can safely use a power amplifi- make your speakers play loud, bought. If this is
OPERATION With LFE Connection Phase Control Auto-On Signal Sensing If you are using the LFE input, The proper adjustment of the The ATX Subwoofer incor- the subwoofer's CROSSOVER subwoofer's rear panel phase porates automatic signal- control is NOT active, because switch for your system depends sensing circuitry which turns this function is controlled by on several variables such as the subwoofer on instantly your surround processor. room size, subwoofer place- when an audio signal is When usin
SPEAKER CONNECTIONS Speaker Level Connection Tips Separate and strip the ends of the speaker wire as shown. Speakers and amplifiers/ receivers have corresponding (+) and (–) terminals. The (+) lead of the speaker wire is noted with a stripe. It is impor- tant to connect all the speakers identically: (+) on the speaker to (+) on the amplifier and (–) on the speaker to (–) on the ampli- fier. Wiring “out of phase” amplifier/receiver to the corre- Connect the remaining loud- results in th
LINE LEVEL If your receiver has a pair of stereo subwoofer outputs, con- nect interconnect cable from the receiver's left and right subwoofer outputs to the corre- sponding inputs marked LINE LEVEL IN L and R on the subwoofer. If your receiver has a single subwoofer output or a dedi- cated LFE output, connect interconnect cable from this output to the LFE input on the subwoofer. 8
Subwoofer playback level can information on fine-tuning Volume be adjusted using the rear panel Volume and Crossover Volume control. For detailed Frequency, see page 6. Subwoofer Subwoofer Crossover Level Crossover Frequency The crossover frequency knob Experiment with this adjustment puts, the best result will be determines the highest to find the crossover frequency obtained with the control at the frequency your subwoofer will that sounds best in your room. ”150 Hz“ position. reproduce. It a
SPECIFICATIONS ATX 20 30 40 Type: 2-way 3-way 3-way Frequency Response: 75Hz–20kHz 55Hz–20kHz 55Hz–20kHz Sensitivity (2.83V/1m): 86dB 88dB 89dB Nominal Impedance: 6 Ohms 6 Ohms 6 Ohms Power Handling Peak/Continuous: 100/60 Watts RMS 150/100 Watts RMS 200/160 Watts RMS Recommended Amplifier Power*: 20 – 60 Watts 20 - 80 Watts 30 - 120 Watts RMS per Channel RMS per Channel RMS per Channel Crossover Frequency: 4000Hz 800/3500Hz 800/3500Hz Connection: Single wired with 5-way Single wired with 5-way
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