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2 Room Speaker Selector
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector Safety Information NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not in-stalled and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communi
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector Contents Safety Information ...................................................................... 1 1. Introduction .............................................................................. 3 Features ........................................................................................ 4 ATON DLA2/4/6 Accessories ...................................................... 4 Front Panel ...........................................................
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector 1. Introduction A Simple Concept Reaches New Heights The concept is simple and has been around for years - a device that allows you to connect extra speakers to your existing A/V or stereo receiver. Push a button - your speakers come on. Push it again - they go off. Turn a knob, and the volume goes up or down. Great concept. Good exercise, too - especially when your system is located downstairs or on the other side of the house. Intro- ducing DLA2RF Intelligen
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector Features • DLA (Dynamic Level Adjustment) Technology delivers maximum adjustable volume levels to each room while protecting your ampliﬁ er from damage (patent-pending). • ATON™ RF remote (included) controls volume levels indepen- dently for each room from inside or outside your home (up to 200 ft. range) • Adds up to 2 pairs of speakers to your home theater/stereo receiver or ampliﬁ er. • Programmable “Scene” command for one-touch recall of your
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector Front Panel The front panel of the DLA2RF has ﬁ ve selector buttons to access rooms and control power and volume states. Blue LEDs display Volume level and Room On status, while red LEDs show that a room is selected for adjustment. Figure 1-2 and Table 1-1 provide descriptions and locations of Front Panel controls and indicators. 2 3 1 ROOM 1 ROOM 2 9 4 4 5 6 7 8 Figure 1-2: DLA2RF Front Panel Indicator/Button Function LED Room 1 Indicator LED Room 1 ON - Sel
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector Indicator/Button Function LED Room 2 Select Selects Room 2 for Adjust- 9 ment Turns Room 2 OFF if Cur- rently ON or Selected Table 1-1: Front Panel Indicators/Buttons Rear Panel The Rear Panel of the DLA2RF has connections for Power, Ampliﬁ er Input, the RF Receiver (ATON Port), IR Emitter Outputs and Speaker Outputs. Figure 1-3 and Table 1-2 provide descrip- tion and location of Rear Panel connections. AMPLIFIER IR EMITTER PATENT INPUT OUTPUTS ATON PENDING PORT
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector 2. System Design Overview There are three typical system applications when installing the DLA2RF: 1. Standard A/V or Stereo Receiver 2. Zone 2 Output of an A/V Receiver 3. External Ampliﬁ er Standard Audio/Video or Stereo Receiver Most A/V Receivers and Stereo Receivers have two sets of Main Speaker Outputs (typically labelled “A” and “B”. While it is certainly possible to connect the DLA2RF to the “A” outputs, it is much more useful to connect the “A” outputs t
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector Zone 2 Output of an A/V or Stereo Receiver Certain A/V Receivers and Stereo Receivers have a Zone 2 feature that allows them to play a seperate source to a second zone. Figure 2-2 shows the Zone 2 speaker outputs of an A/V receiver connected to to the AMPLIFIER INPUT of the DLA2RF. Like the previous example, a pair of speakers are connected to the DLA2RF’s Room 1 Speaker Outputs, while an additional pair of speakers is connected to the Room 2 Speaker Outputs.
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector External Ampliﬁ er Some systems utilize an external ampliﬁ er for speakers that are connected to the DLA2RF. In A/V receiver or stereo receiver applications, a line-level output (Tape Loop, Monitor Out, etc.) is connected to the external ampliﬁ er (See Figure 2-3). In a Pre-Amp/Processor-based system, the Pre-Amp is connected to the external ampliﬁ er as shown in Figure 2-4. RF PS3 Base POWER SUPPLY DLA2RF AMPLIFIER IR EMITTER PATENT OUTPUTS INPUT PENDING ATO
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector RF PS3 Base POWER SUPPLY DLA2RF AMPLIFIER IR EMITTER PATENT OUTPUTS INPUT PENDING ATON PORT PWR IN 12VDC / 2.1A CLASS 2 WIRING 1 Speaker Speaker Cables Cables ++ -- Line-Level Inputs L R L R Speaker Outputs Amplifier RCA Interconnect R Room 1 oom 1 Room 2 Cables Speak Speaker ers s Speakers L R Line-Level Outputs Pre-Amp/Processor Figure 2-4: Processor/Pre-Amp - Ampliﬁ er Application 10
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector 3. Connections AMPLIFIER INPUT Use 16 AWG stranded copper speaker wire to connect from a speaker level output of an A/V receiver, stereo receiver, or amplifer. Turn power for the output device OFF before making con- nections. To make connections: 1. Cut the ends of the wire to length, allowing some free play (about 6 inches of slack) to allow for movement when physically connecting the wire. 2. Using wire strippers, remove 3/8 inch of insulation, then twist
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector Important Note: Speaker Impedance must match receiver/ampliﬁ er impedance rating! If the receiver/ampliﬁ er is rated at 8 Ohms minimum impedance, 8 Ohm speakers must be used. If the receiver/ampliﬁ er is rated at 4 Ohms minimum impedance, 4 Ohm speakers may be used. DO NOT use speakers rated BELOW 8 Ohms with an ampliﬁ er rated at 8 Ohms minimum impedance! It is permissable to use higher rated speakers with a lower impedance-rated ampliﬁ er (Example: 8 Oh
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector ATON PORT/RF Receiver Simply connect the ATON RF Receiver Base to the ATON Port. Place the receiver in a convenient location; preferably as high as possible. The RF Receiver Base utilizes mounting holes to mount the unit to a wall, cabinet or other surface. See Figure 3-3. RF X Mounting Receiver Mounting Bracket Holes Tabs X Mounting Bracket Rear View RJ-11 DLA2RF Plug AMPLIFIER IR EMITTER PATENT OUTPUTS INPUT PENDING ATON PORT PWR IN 12VDC / 2.1A Figure 3-3
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector 4. Settings & Operation Functions of the DLA2RF may be controlled from the Front Panel, or the included RF Remote. Volume Settings Receiver/Ampliﬁ er Volume Settings Prior to setting volume levels of the DLA2RF, proper volume level must be set at the Receiver/ Ampliﬁ er. To set proper Receiver/Ampliﬁ er volume level: 1. Turn on the Receiver/Ampliﬁ er and start an audio source (CD Player, Radio, etc.). 2. Adjust the Receiver/Ampliﬁ er level to the lowes
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector Room Volume Adjustment 1. Press the Room 1 Selector Button - the Room 1 Indicator LED will light up RED (indicating that Room 1 is selected for adjustment). ROOM 1 ROOM 2 Press 2. Press VOL - or VOL + until the desired volume is obtained. Press OR ROOM 1 ROOM 2 3. Press the Room 2 Selector Button - the Room 2 Indicator LED will light up RED (indicating that Room 2 is selected for adjustment), while the Room 1 Indicator
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector ALL ON/OFF Press the ALL ON/OFF Button to turn the speakers in both Room 1 and Room 2 ON or OFF. ROOM 1 ROOM 2 Press Default Volume In order to guard against unexpected high volume levels when the system is turned on, a De- fault Volume Level may be set for each room. If the volume level prior to turning the room Off is lower or equal to the default volume level, the room will come back on at the last volume. If the volume level prior to turning the room Off is
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector ROOM 1 ROOM 2 Press Press & Hold & Hold 5. After 3 seconds the Default Volume Level is saved. 6. Room LED and Volume LED’s blink four times (Room LED blinks RED). 7. The Room will turn back on to the volume level it was set to prior to setting the Default Volume Level. 8. Turn the Room Off, then back On to achieve the Default Volume Level. Note: Setting the Default Volume level to the maximum volume level will essentially dis- able Default Volume (the room
DLA2RF 2 Room Speaker Selector Recalling a Scene Preset The Scene Preset values for each room can be recalled in two ways: 1. Press the Scene Button on the RF Remote. 2. Press the Vol + and Vol - simultaneously for one second on the front of the unit. ROOM 1 ROOM 2 Press & Hold Note: Scene Presets override Default Volume Levels. Note: Room LEDs are BLUE for any Room with Volume greater than 0 and OFF for any Room with Volume of 0. 18
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