MidiLand MLi 750 Operating instructions

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ACTIVE 5.1 HOME THEATER SURROUND SYSTEM
MLi-750
Owner’
s Manual
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
3~4
PACKAGE CONTENTS
5
DESCRIPTION OF THE FRONT PANEL
6
DESCRIPTION OF THE REAR PANEL
7
DESCRIPTION OF THE REMOTE CONTROL
8
CONNECTIONS
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SPEAKER PLACEMENT
10
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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12
SPECIFICATIONS
13
WARRANTY
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER OR BACK
PLATE OF THE DEVICE ENCLOSURE
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Dangerous Voltage
within the device enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to persons.
1. To avoid shock hazard or damage to the unit, do
not attempt to remove the cover or the rear panel.
All servicing should be referred to qualified
service personnel.
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unplug
5. To disconnect the main plug, pull
the power plug. Do not pull the power cord.
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
Please locate all of the parts below before you begin.
SPEAKERS
One (1) Subwoofer with built-in amplifier
Two (2) Front Speakers
Two (2) Rear Speakers
One (1) Center Speaker
SPEAKER CABLES
Three (3) 2- meter speaker cables are for
the connection from Subwoofer to the
Front Speakers, and Subwoofer to the
Center Speaker.
Two (2) 6- meter speaker cables are for
the connection from Subwoofer to the
Rear Speakers.
REMOTE CONTROL
One (1) full-functioned slim remote control,
a button-type battery is included.
Remove the isolated slip before using
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DESCRIPTION OF THE FRONT PANEL
FRONT PANEL
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DESCRIPTION OF THE REAR PANEL
REAR PANEL
5.1CHANNEL INPUT
STEREO
FL
SL
CEN
L
FR
SR
SW
R
FR
FL
SR
SL
CEN
TO SPEAKERS
7
MAIN POWER
OFF
ON
FUSE
AC IN
1. DVD/5.1 Input
Connectors
6. Front-Left Channel Output
Connectors
2. Stereo Input Connectors
7. Front-Right Channel Output
Connectors
3. Center Channel Output
Connectors
8. AC Power Cord
4. Rear-Left Channel Output
Connectors
9. Fuse
5. Rear-Right Channel Output
Connectors
10. Main Power Switch
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DESCRIPTION OF THE REMOTE CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL
Master Volume Control
Front Speaker L/R Balance
Adjustment
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RIGHT
5.1CHANNEL INPUT
STEREO
FL
SL
CEN
L
FR
SR
SW
R
Connection for any
two-channel
(Right/Left) sound
devices.(e.g. TV,CD
player,VCD,
PC,etc.)
FR
FL
SR
SL
CEN
TO SPEAKERS
Connection for DVD
players with analog
5.1 CH output connectors.
RIGHT
WARNING: Do not connect the power cord into an AC outlet until all connections are
made and are correct. Turn off the audio source (i.e. your DVD player,
game console, MP3 player, PC etc), before making the connections.
1. Cut off the cable coating and twist the wire as shown in the diagram below.
2. Connect Front-Right satellite speaker to the Front-Right Output connectors
at the back of the subwoofer.
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3. Connect Front-Left satellite speaker to the Front-Left Output connectors at
the back of the subwoofer.
4. Connect Rear-Right satellite speaker to the Rear-Right Output connectors at
the back of the subwoofer.
5. Connect Rear-left satellite speaker to the Rear-Left Output connectors at the
back of the subwoofer.
6. Connect Center satellite speaker to the Center Output connectors at the back
of the subwoofer.
7. Make sure only the bare wire leads are connected, and the leads are connected
to the correct terminals "-" "+"
and
for the best sound quality.
SPEAKER PLACEMENT
For the best 5.1 surround sound effect, please refer to the diagram below:
10~15cm(4 ~6 )
RIGHT
Sitting area
RIGHT SPEAKER
Note: Normally, audio devices like CD players, VCD players, MP3 players,
etc.are unable to decode 5.1 CH for multi-channel surround sound effect.
It is recommended to select " stereo" or " 2.1 CH " input mode.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1.ON/OFF
Plug in the power cord to the AC power outlet.
Turn on the main power switch located on the back of the subwoofer. When the
Power indicator on the front panel turns to red, the system is on the
STANDBY mode. Press the POWER button located on the front panel of the
subwoofer or the STANDBY button located on the remote control to turn on the
system. The Power indicator is in blue color when the system is on.
2. INPUT SELECT
Press the buttons (DVD/5.1, STEREO, AUX1, AUX2) located on the remote control
to select audio source. The selected audio source will be shown on the LED display.
Note: For the best sound quality, it is recommended to select 2-channel input
STEREO if your audio source is CD, MP3 or VCD.
3. OUTPUT SELECT
Press the buttons (2.1CH or 5.1CH) for the music preference.
4. VOLUME AND FINE TUNING
The main volume can be adjusted by the MASTER VOL. located the remote control.
Press '' - ''and ''+'' of CEN., SUR. and SW to adjust volume level for Center Speaker,
Surround Speakers and Subwoofer.
5. MUTE
Press the MUTE button on the remote control, the system goes into mute mode with
the MUTE indicator shown on the LED display. Press the MUTE button again to
disable the mute mode.
6. RESET
Press the RESET button on the remote control, the system will be reset to factory 's
default setting.
7. BALANCE:
Press the L and R buttons on the remote control to adjust the balance level between
the left and right channel.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
No sound output.
POSSIBLE PROBLEM
1. System is not
1. Check with the
connected to the wall
power plug.
2. Check the speaker
outlet.
cables.
2. The speaker cables
are not connected with 3. Make sure the power
switch located on the
the output connectors.
rear panel is on.
3. The power is not
turned ON.
The audio setting of the
No surround sound
effect when choosing DVD player.
DVD/5.1 output mode.
Make sure that the audio
setting of the DVD
player is 5.1 CH.
1. Turn down the master
Distortion occurred
The sound device has
volume of the system.
when in high volume. high level signal output.
2. Turn down audio
device s overall volume.
For further information or support, email us at tech@midiland.com or visit our FAQ
page at www.midiland.com.
Note:
1) Some DVD players have high level signal output . When the Master
Volume is too high and the distortion occurs, please turn down the
Master Volume to prevent damage to the speaker unit and amplifier.
2) You may not be able to enjoy 5.1 CH sound effect with this MLi-750 5.1
Home Theater Surround System if your DVD player does not come with
analog 5.1 CH output terminals.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Total 100W
12W per speaker
12W
40W
Output Power (RMS):
Satellite:
Center:
Subwoofer:
Frequency Response:
Satellite:
Subwoofer:
200Hz ~ 20kHz -+ 3dB
40Hz ~ 300Hz -+ 3dB
Speaker Unit
Subwoofer:
Front:
Rear:
Center:
5 1/4" woofer
3" full range
3" full range
3" full range
Power Supply: Built-in transformer
> 90dB
Separation: > 85dB
S/N Ratio: -
Function Controls:
Subwoofer: power, LED display
Full functional remote control: power, master volume, bass volume, center volume,
surround volume, balance, mute, input selection, and output selection.
Dimensions( W x H x D):
Satellite: 3.54" x 6.22 " x 4.13 " (90mm x 158mm x 105mm)
Center: 3.54 " x 6.22 " x 4.13 " (90mm x 158mm x 105mm)
Subwoofer: 6.30" x 11.81" x 13.78" (160mm x 300mm x 350mm)
Features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
WARRANTY
One Year Limited Warranty
MidiLand, Inc. warrants to the end user that the MLi-750 is free from defects in materials and
workmanship in the course of normal and reasonable use for a term of One (1) year from the
date of purchase.
This warranty is the exclusive and only warranty in effect relative to MidiLand, Inc. MLi-750
and any other warranties, either expressed or implied, are invalid. Neither MidiLand Inc., nor
any authorized MidiLand., Inc. reseller is responsible for any incidental damages incurred in
the use of the MLi-750. (This limitation of incidental or consequential damage is not applicable
where prohibited).
MidiLand, Inc.' s obligation under this warranty does not apply to any defect, malfunction or
failure as a result of misuse, abuse, improper installation, use with faulty or improper equipment
of the use of the MLi-750 with any equipment for which it is not intended.
The terms of this warranty applies only to the MLi-750 when such product is returned to the
respective authorized MidiLand, Inc. reseller where purchased. Under the terms of the warranty
the original consumer purchaser has certain legal rights and may have other rights which very
worldwide.
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