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Contents
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Page
1. Introduction
3
2. Safety Instructions
4
3. Controls and Connections
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3.1 Front Side
5
3.2 Rear Side
6
4. Starting up
7
4.1 Cabling and Switching-on
7
4.2 Level Adjustment
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5. Functional characteristics
8
5.1 Mute
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5.2 Equalization
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5.3 Effects
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5.4 Phantom-Power
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5.5 Stereo-Simulation
5.6 Insert-Loop
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5.7 Connecting AER-amps via Insert-Loop
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6. Technical Specifications
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7. Circuit Diagram
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1. Introduction
Welcome to B!
Thank you for purchasing the Domino2.A of our acoustic-line-series.
To obtain maximum enjoyment from your amplifier
please read this manual carefully before using your
Domino2.A.
Based on our Compact602-acoustic-system we have
developed the Domino2.A a 100-watt system that combines the excellent tone of the Compact with increased
power and higher efficiency.
The Domino2.A is – of course – dynamically controlled
and equipped with two parallel power-amplifiers, two
8“-twin-cone loudspeakers, 1“-neodym tweeter for additional headroom, 4 inputs with mute-option (inputs
3 and 4 with shared equalization), channel mute, insert-link feature and AER-32/24-bit-digital-effects with
16 presets.
Read on and have fun using your Domino2.A!
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2. Safety Instructions
The following guidelines shall help minimize the risk
of injury through fire or electric shock.
1. Carefully read these safety notes before you use
the device!
2. Keep these safety notes in a safe place.
3. Pay attention to all warnings, instructions and additional texts on the unit.
4. Do not install or use your device in close proximity
to water or if you are wet yourself.
5. Use your device in a safe place where nobody can
step on cables or trip over and damage them.
6. Always pull the mains plug before cleaning your
device. Use only a dry cloth for cleaning. Avoid the
use of detergents and do not let any liquids seep
into the unit.
7. Never install your device close to units with strong
electromagnetic fields such as large mains transformers, revolving machines, neon illumination etc. Do
not lay signal cables parallel to power current cables.
8. There are no user-serviceable components inside
the unit. To avoid the risk of an electric shock, the
unit must not be opened. All maintenance, adjustment and repair works should be carried out by
qualified staff only. Any unauthorized tampering will
void the 2-year warranty.
9. In keeping with the EMV regulations screened
cables with correctly fitted connectors must be used
for all signal connections.
10. Always use an earthed power supply with the
correct mains voltage. If you are in doubt about the
power outlets ground, have it checked by a qualified
technician.
11. Cable up your device only when it is powered off.
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3. Controls and Connections
input
Domino 2.A
mute
attn.
2
3
gain
clip
colour
bass
middle
treble
eff. send
8
9
10
input
mute
gain
line/mic clip
4
1
5
6
7
channel one
input
mute
line/mic
gain
input
mute
attn.
gain
clip
colour
bass
middle
treble
eff. send
48V
select
stereo sim.
16
11
2
12
5
1
2
3
1
return
2
15
4
3
14
5
6
7
8
9
4
13
10
5
12
6
11
channel three + four
7
10
9
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mute
attn.
clip
gain
colour
bass
middle
treble
input
eff. send
mute
gain
line/mic clip
colour
bass
middle
treble
eff. send
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9
10
4
11
2
12
5
6
7
channel one
mute
attn.
clip
gain
colour
bass
middle
treble
eff. send
channel two
48V
select
stereo sim.
16
1
return
14
channel three + four
effect 2
return
pre
master
power
master
3
14
13
aux
return
2
15
4
13
5
15
12
6
11
7
10
9
8
16
17
18
19
effect
20
21
master
3.1 Front Side
1) input
2) mute
3) attn.
4) clip
5) gain
6) colour
7) bass
8) middle
9) treble
10) eff. send
11) input
12) line/mic
signal input, 6,3 mm mono jack socket
channel mute switch:
deactivated
active
input sensitivity switch – attenuator
off
on
overload indicator
input level control
tone colour filter activation switch:
deactivated
active
bass frequency control
channels 1 – 4
middle frequency control
treble frequency control
effect level control
signal input – combo socket for 6,3 mm mono jackplug and XLR-male-connector
signal source selector switch of the combo socket:
line (only via jackplug) for instruments (pickup) and other line level sources
mic (only via XLR-connector) for microphones
13)48V
14) stereo sim.
48V-phantom-power switch for microphone:
deactivated
stereo simulation switch:
deactivated
active
15) select
16)return
effect select switch
effect return control (internal effect)
active
effects
17) aux return
aux return control
18) effect 2 return effect return control (external effect)
19) pre master
20)power
21)master
level control pre master for L-out, R-out and rec out
on/off-status indicator
master level control
master
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colour
headphones
tuner
L-out
R-out
insert
line-out
1 = gnd
2 = pos
3 = neg
rec out
aux in
return
on/off
mute channel 3/4
ext.
effect effect
footswitch
send
mute channel 1/2
DI-out
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headphones
1
2
3
tuner
L-out
4
R-out
5
insert
6
7
13
line-out
8
9
11
12
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1 = gnd
2 = pos
3 = neg
return
effect on/off
mute channel 3/4
Domino 2.A
power on
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1) rec out: stereo output with equalizer, effect,
stereo-reproduction of ext. effect, aux in and stereo simulation (switchable), Cinch/RCA-sockets
(white = left channel, red = right channel)
2) aux in: stereo input for additional signal sources, e.g. CD-player, Cinch/RCA-sockets (white =
left channel, red = right channel)
3) headphones: stereo-headphones socket
!!!Warning: Only use
headphones with stereo
jackplugs in this output
socket!!!
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8) line out: signal output e.g. for active loudspeakers, 6,3 mm mono jackplug, sum signal with
equalization and effects, post master
9) DI-out: signal output, symmetrcal, XLR-female-socket, without equalization and effects, pre
master
10)/11) ext. effect send/return: loop point with
mono jackplugs for an external effect-device or
other signal sources. return and send together
form an effect loop path. The effect can be switched on or off by a standard footswitch.
4) tuner: tuner output socket (mono, -10 dbV) pre
master
12) footswitch effect on/off: Stereo connector
socket for a double-footswitch (on-/off-switch, tip
= internal effect/ring = external effect on/off ).
5)/6) L-out/R-out: stereo output with equalization, effects, stereo-reproduction of external effect,
aux in and stereo-simulation (switchable), 6,3 mm
jack socket
13)/14) footswitch mute channel 1/2 + 3/4:
Stereo connector socket for a double-footswitch,
mute input 1/2 (tip = input 1, ring = input 2) resp.
mute input 3/4 (tip = input 3, ring = input 4).
7) insert: insert point, 6,3 mm stereo-jack-plug,
tip = send, ring = return, for serial looping of
effect-devices or for connecting AER-amps with
link-feature. (see para. 5.6, page 10)
15) power on: Combined mains switch with
mains socket and fuse holder. (s. Technical Data
Mains Fuse)
4. Starting up
4.1 Cabling and switching on
Before connecting to mains, please ensure that your
local mains voltage is suitable for the voltage of the
device (e.g. 120V in the
USA, 230V in Europe).
The relevant specs and
safety symbols are printed on the rear side of
the unit.
Connect all cables according to your application and
switch the amplifier on. The green power control LED
indicates operational readiness.
4.2 Level Adjustment
Note: Level adjustment
By setting the level correctly we mean the signal level
in one or several devices in a signal chain is neither
too high nor too low. This applies equally to all circuits in a complete circuit design (EQs, preamps etc.)
The clip-LED indicates an overload. A short flicker is
of no danger to AER devices. During operation a short
flicker can be accepted, to be on the safe side you
should reduce the gain slightly to achieve an optimal
and distortion-free performance.
Please bear in mind: The Domino2.A is equipped with
four inputs. Four individual gain-levels may boost the
input-signal of the effect-section and thus cause distortion. This distortion can only be heard and in this
case it is imperative, to reduce the gains to elminitate
the distortion.
With the line/mic-switch you can adjust your amplifier to your signal-sources (guitar pickup, microphone etc.). The attn.-switch (attenuator de-/activation),
as well as gain-control and line/mic-switch, helps
with the signal-matching. Start without attenuator
(switch not pressed). Should the input-signal be too
strong and you can’t avoid clipping even by reducing the gain-control, then activate the attenuator
(switch pressed).
Finally set the desired overall volume level with the
master level control.
Consequently, care must be taken that no part of the
circuit is overloaded or that distortion is unintentionally added to the signal.
input
mute
attn.
clip
gain
colour
We have carefully designed the circuit to achieve this
objective whilst also providing controls for „manual“
2.
intervention.
Domino
bass
middle
treble
input
eff. send
mute
gain
line/mic clip
A
channel one
input
mute
line/mic
gain
input
mute
attn.
clip
gain
colour
bass
middle
treble
eff. send
48V
select
stereo sim.
16
1
return
2
15
3
14
4
13
5
12
channel three + four
6
11
7
10
9
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First ensure, that the master level control is zeroed
(over to far left), so that when you are setting the
sound level, the signal passes through the electronics
only and does not reach the loudspeaker. By pressing
the high-/low- (attn.) resp. line-/mic-switches you
can adapt the amplifier to your signal sources (guitar
pickups, microphone etc).
Turn the gain control clockwise until the red clip indicator flashes momentarily when playing with a strong
attack. Thus you make sure that your signal source
(e.g. instrument) provides the input-stage of the amplifier with the necessary input.
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5. Functional characteristics
5.1 Mute
5.3 Effects
The mute switch turns the appliance to mute as required. The function can also be activated by a standard
footswitch (on/off switch).
The Domino2.A has a built-in (internal) digital
32/24-bit-AER-effect processor, with the select-switch
you can choose between 16 diverging presets (s.
chart below).
5.2 Equalization
The triple-band equalizer of your Domino2.A provides
you with an active and high quality sound interaction
tool that supports the natural tone of instruments and
voice whilst simultaneously offering you the possibility of a controlled accentuation.
With all controls in mid position the filters are set to
produce a very pleasing and natural sound impression
that you can „colour up“ by using the colour filter with
the effect of lowering the mids and lifting the trebles
(-3 dB at 700 Hz, +10 dB at 8kHz). The tone becomes
more open and light and is especially suited for fingerpicking techniques.
The equalization can support or soften the effect of
the colour filter and allows a differentiated mids-accentuation.
A: with colour-filter (switch pressed)
reduce treble to soften possible sharpness
colour
bass
middle
treble
The return-control determines the intensity of the
internal effects (left stop = no effect), the eff. sendcontrols level the ratio of effect and original signal
per channel.
Progr.-No.Description
1
ambience: short
2
ambience: medium
3
ambience: long
4
reverb: short
5
reverb: medium-short
6
reverb: medium
7
reverb: long
8
reverb: very long
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delay: 100ms
10
delay: 320ms short
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delay: 320ms long
12 chorus
B: without colour-filter (switch not pressed)
boost treble to brighten the sound
colour
bass
middle
treble
Note:
The active equalization of the Domino2.A effects the
signal adjustment. If you spot an intensified flickering
of the clip indicator, level the signal level with the gain
control (s. 4.2 Level adjustment).
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delay (410ms) with reverb-portion short
14
reverb with delay-portion (410ms) long
15
chorus with reverb-portion
16
reverb with chorus-portion
Furthermore an additional effects unit (external effect) may be connected to the Domino2.A. For this
purpose use the send and return sockets on the rear
side of the amplifier (send goes to input, return to
the output of the external effects device). The intensity of the effect is adjusted at the external effects
unit.
General Note: Use of 48V or 24V phantom
power
5.4 Phantom power
(Phantom power = remote supply, here: powering
an audio device via the connected audio line)
Microphones requiring 48V phantom power can be
directly connected to the XLR sockets of channels 2
and 3/4. The phantom power can be switched on and
off via the 48V-switch.
Turn on the phantom power only if the unit connected to the XLR sockets of channels 2 and 3/4 is
designed to handle it!
The jack sockets of channel 1 and 3/4 can additionally be supplied 15V-Phantomspeisung by an internal jumper.
In general, suitable units are e.g. condenser microphones, active DI-boxes and other special audio
devices, whose power supply is drawn from the
phantom power. Such devices are also labelled accordingly; please heed the permissible power consumption (max.10mA).
Please note: For these alterations the device must
be opened, therefore only qualified service personnel may carry out the modifications concerning the
activation of phantom power.
High-quality dynamic microphones with a balanced
signal need no phantom power, but can handle it
anyway.
Other devices, which have not been designed explicitly for phantom power operation, can suffer from
considerable malfunctions and damage may result
as well.
Examples of devices that may be damaged by incorrect application of phantom power include:
Low-cost dynamic microphones with a mono jackplug (unbalanced signal) that were fitted afterwards
with an XLR connector.
Audio devices with a balanced XLR output (e.g. DIboxes, effects devices, instrument preamps with
a DI output etc.) which are not protected against
phantom power applied to their XLR output. (The
DI connectors on AER products are protected
against applied phantom power.)
5.5 Stereo-Simulation
The Domino2.A is mono – thus L-out and R-out are
carrying the same output-signal. You can use these
sockets to connect additional active AER fullrangesystems (e.g. AG 82, CX 8, AS Q8, AS 281), whose levels
are adjusted by the pre master-control independent
of the overall volume (master) of your Domino2.A. By
activating the stereo-simulation (stereo sim.-switch
pressed), a stereo-like, wider sound impression is generated.
On stage (Domino2.A as monitor) the sound remains
unchanged..
Other audio devices (such as preamps, effects pedals etc.) whose unbalanced line output was replaced by an XLR socket.
If in doubt please consult the manufacturer of the
device you are using.
P.S. For questions or suggestions contact us:
tachauch@aer-amps.com
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5.6 Insert
The insert-loop is an in-/output on a stereo-socket to link different effect-devices (EQ, compressor etc.) in serial mode with tip = send (input) and ring =
return (output). This configuration allows several more applications, such as:
1. use as additional line-output
2. use as additional line-input
3. link between two or more AER-amps with insert-feature (AG8, Domino,
Compact ClassicPro)
For each of these applications you’ll need the appropriate cable connection,
e.g. use as line-output: stereo-jack (tip and ring = hot, sleeve = ground) to
mono-jack.
The particular AER-link-application (s. no. 3 - link between AER-amps) is represented on page 11. In link-operation it is assured, that the signals of all connected amps are hearable on all devices, even with different effect settings.
You just have to be aware, that the different levels depend on each other.
This setting (in combination with active loudspeakers, pre master-function)
works as a complete and easily operated reinforcement/monitor system.
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5.7 Example for the linking of AER-amps via the insert connection
ss
middle
treble
ss
middle
treble
input
eff. send
mute
gain
line/mic clip
colour
bass
middle
treble
aux
return
effect 2
return
pre
master
channel one
channel two
PA-System
eff. send
eff. send
48V
select
stereo sim.
16
1
return
PA-System
master
3
4
13
5
12
6
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channel three + four
power
2
15
14
7
10
9
8
effect
master
L-out
R-out
ring
tip
tip
insert
ring
insert
line out
tip
ring tip
tip
line out
return
ring tip
return
send
rec out
aux in
headphones
tuner
L-out
R-out
insert
external effect
In case of occupied return-socket due to insert operation, you can still
loop an external effect using the send- and aux-in-sockets.
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6.Technical
Technical
data Specifications Domino2.A, page 1
Inputs
tuner
channel one, High impedance, unbalanced instrument or
channel four
line inputs
Mono jack socket, ¼“ (6.35 mm)
Min. input voltage: 21 mV (–34 dBV)
Max. input voltage: 4 V (+12 dBV)
Input impedance: 2.2 M || 150 pF
Equivalent input noise voltage (A-weighted):
1.7 μV (–115 dBV)
Attenuator switch: –10 dB
Phantom power: Optional, see notes.
clip indicator
Headroom: min. 6 dB
channel
Switchable line / microphone inputs
two,
Combo socket, XLR + jack ¼” (6.35 mm)
channel
line mode (via jack input only)
three
High impedance, unbalanced instrument or
line input
Min. input voltage: 25 mV (–32 dBV)
Max. input voltage: 2.8 V (+8 dBV)
Input impedance: 1 M || 200 pF
Equivalent input noise voltage (A-weighted):
2.6 μV (–112 dBV)
mic mode
Microphone input, XLR (balanced), stereo
jack (balanced), or mono jack (unbalanced)
1 / sleeve = ground,
2 / tip = positive (+),
3 / ring = negative (–)
Min. input voltage: 2 mV (–55 dBV)
Max. input voltage: 250 mV (–12 dBV)
Input impedance (balanced): 1.1 k
Input impedance (unbalanced): 4 k
Voice filter:
–10 dB at 270 Hz referred to 10 kHz
Equivalent input noise voltage (A-weighted):
2.4 μV (–112 dBV)
Phantom power: 48 V, XLR only, switchable,
R = 6.8 k per terminal, max. 10 mA per
input, short-circuit protected.
clip indicator
Headroom: min. 6 dB
aux in
Auxiliary stereo input, e.g. for CD player
Cinch (RCA) sockets, L / R
Level adjustable by aux return
Min. input voltage: 125 mV (–18 dBV)
Max. input voltage: 10 V (+20 dBV)
Input impedance: min. 3.7 k
(varies with level setting)
ext. effect
Input from external parallel effect loop, or
return
supplementary input
Mono jack, ¼” (6.35 mm)
Level adjustable by effect 2 return
Min. input voltage: 410 mV (–9 dBV)
Max. input voltage: 10 V (+20 dBV)
Input impedance: min. 8 k
(varies with level and footswitch setting)
Outputs
rec out
headphones
Stereo line output
Cinch (RCA) sockets, L / R
For more specs see L-out, R-out
Stereo headphones output
Stereo jack socket, ¼” (6.35 mm)
When plugged in, internal speakers are
muted.
Output power at rated conditions:
2 x 24 mW / 32 
Max. output power: 2 x 160 mW / 16 
Min. load impedance: 8 
Caution: Suitable for stereo headphones
only. Connecting a mono jack or
connecting to other devices may cause
malfunction or damage.
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L-out, R-out
line out
DI-out
ext. effect
send
Tuner output, before tone controls and
effects, not affected by mute
Mono jack, ¼” (6.35 mm)
Output voltage: 330 mV (–10 dBV)
Output impedance: 47 
Min. load impedance: 2 k
Stereo line output after tone controls,
adjustable by pre master, with switchable
stereo simulation, aux in, and effects
2 mono jack sockets, ¼” (6.35 mm), L / R
Output voltage: 0…1 V (0 dBV),
adjustable by pre master
Output impedance: max. 15 k
(varies with level setting)
Min. load impedance: 2 k
Residual noise (A-weighted):
< 1 μV (–120 dBV)
Mono line output after master, with aux in
and effects, and after insert
Mono jack, ¼” (6.35 mm)
Output voltage: 460 mV (–7 dBV)
Output impedance: 100  (but depends on
external device if insert is also used)
Min. load impedance: 2 k
Residual noise (A-weighted):
4.5 μV (–107 dBV)
Balanced, non-isolated XLR output, before
tone controls, with aux in, without effects
1 = ground,
2 = positive (+),
3 = negative (–)
Output voltage (differential):
68 mV (–23 dBV)
Output impedance: 100 , each terminal to
ground
Min. load impedance (differential): 1 k
Output for external parallel effect loop,
before master, after tone controls
Independent on send controls (see notes)
Mono jack, ¼” (6.35 mm)
Output voltage: 1 V (0 dBV)
Min. load impedance: 2 k
Insert connector
insert
Connector for serial insert loop, after master
but before line out.
Interrupts the direct signal path when used.
Stereo jack, ¼” (6.35 mm),
tip = send, ring = return
Output and input voltage: 460 mV (–7 dBV)
Output impedance (send): 47 
Min. load impedance (send): 2 k
Input impedance (return): 22 k (but
depends on external device if line out is
also used)
Footswitch connectors
Connector for a dual footwitch
footswitch
effect int/ext Stereo jack, ¼” (6.35 mm)
Tip = internal effect on/off
Ring = external effect on/off
Sleeve = common (ground)
Function: Switch ON = effect muted
Connectors for dual footwitches
footswitch
mute ch 1/2, Stereo jack, ¼” (6.35 mm)
footswitch
Tip = muting ch. 1 (3)
mute ch 3/4
Ring = muting ch. 2 (4)
Sleeve = common (ground)
Function: Switch ON = channel muted
When plugged in, the respective mute
buttons of the amp are disabled.
6. Technical Specifications Domino2.A, page 2
NOTES
Tone controls
Note: Channels 3 and 4 share the same tone controls.
All channels colour
–3 dB at 700 Hz
+10 dB at 8 kHz
bass
8 dB at 100 Hz (shelf type)
middle
6 dB at 800 Hz
treble
8 dB at 10 kHz (shelf type)
Effects
Built-in
effect
External
effects
Stereo
simulator
Digital effect processor with 16 presets.
Contribution from channels 1, 2, and 3+4 is
adjustable by send controls.
See ext. effect send, ext. effect return,
and insert
Switchable, effective on L-/R-out and rec out
but not headphones
Power
Power amp
Limiter
threshold
Mains power
Mains fuse
2 x 60 W / 4  (1% THD)
DMOS, monolithic I.C.
Dynamic range (A-weighted): 93 dB
2 x 50 W / 4 
Mains voltage (depending on model):
100, 120, 230, or 240 V AC, 50–60 Hz
Power consumption: max. 250 W
Size: 5 x 20 mm
For 230 and 240 V models: T 1.6 A L / 250 V
For 100 and 120 V models: T 3.15 A L / 250 V
General
Distortion
THD+N < 0.1% at 2 x 6 W / 4 
Analog signal Subsonic filter, adaptive peak limiter
processing
Speaker
Two 8” (200 mm) dual cone full-range
system
speakers,
Cabinet
Finish
Dimensions
Weight
1” (25 mm) neodymium dome tweeter,
bass reflex enclosure
12 mm (0.47“) birch plywood
Waterbased acrylic, black spatter finish
360 mm (14.2“) high
415 mm (16.3“) wide
290 mm (11.4“) deep
12.8 kg (28.2 lbs)
Rated conditions:
Input 50 mV rms / 1 kHz at channel one.
Gain of channel one fully clockwise.
All tone controls in center position, colour off.
Master adjusted such that the rated output power (limiter
disabled) or, alternatively, the rated output voltage at line
out is obtained.
Output voltages refer to rated conditions as stated above.
Min. input voltage: Input voltage required for rated output
power (limiter disabled) with gain and master fully
clockwise
Max. input voltage: Input voltage that does not cause more
than 1% THD+N, suitable control settings provided
THD+N: Total harmonic distortion + noise at input and
output levels 10 dB below rated conditions.
Equivalent input noise voltage: Noise voltage at speaker
output divided by gain of amplifier. gain of input under
test fully clockwise, master fully clockwise, gain of unused
inputs minimal. Input shorted, B = 22 Hz … 22 kHz
Residual noise: Noise of an output when its level control is
set to minimum.
Dynamic range (power amp): Ratio of rated output voltage
to residual noise voltage with master fully anticlockwise.
Options: The following options are available by internal
jumper settings.
1) Channels 1 and 4 can have 15 V phantom power
enabled at “ring” of jack socket. Caution: This option is
not overload-protected. Improper use may cause
malfunction or damage.
2) Gain of channels 2 and 3 can be reduced by 3 dB to
allow for more headroom.
3) Ext. effect send level can be made dependent on the
send controls of each channel.
4) Internal effect can be disabled for each channel.
5) Aux input signal can be disconnected from DI out.
6) Internal effect can be added to DI out.
Specifications and appearance subject to change without
notice.
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7. Circuit Diagram Domino2.A, page 1
CHANNEL 1
CLIP DETECTION
CLIP DETECTION
INPUT
Optional +15V
R
INPUT BUFFER
PREAMP
GAIN
MUTE
COLOUR
MUTE
OFF/ON
BASS
TREBLE
MIDDLE
T
C
ATTENUATOR
EFF. SEND
C
CH3
CHANNEL 2
SEN
HIGH/LOW
SEN
CLIP DETECTION
INPUT
GAIN
LINE
LINE
MUTE
COLOUR
BASS
MIDDLE
TREBLE
SEND3
R
MIC
T
MIC
PREAMP
2
OFF/ON
MUTE
EFF. SEND
3
1
CLIP DETECTION
PREAMP VOICE
6k8
6k8
P
+48V (switchable)
P
CHANNEL 3/4
P
HIGH/LOW
CLIP DETECTION
INPUT 3
R
MIC
T
GAIN
LINE
LINE
MIC
MUTE
COLOUR
MUTE
OFF/ON
BASS
MIDDLE
TREBLE
PREAMP
2
EFF. SEND
6k8
6k8
3
1
CLIP DETECTION
PREAMP VOICE
+48V (switchable)
STEREO SIM
CLIP DETECTION
INPUT 4
Optional +15V
R
INPUT BUFFER
PREAMP
GAIN
MUTE
T
ATTENUATOR
MUTE
MA
FOOTSWITCH MUTE CH1/CH2
R
T
FOOTSWITCH MUTE CH3/CH4
R
T
SEND1
DSP EFFECTS UNIT
SEND2
RETURN
SEND3/4
SELECT
AUX RETURN
L
AUX IN (CINCH)
R
EFFECT 2 RETURN
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EXT. EFF. RETURN
R
T
FOOTSWITCH EFFECT INT./EXT.
R
T
SUBSO
7. Circuit Diagram Domino2.A, page 2
TUNER
CTION
CLIP DETECTION
PREAMP
GAIN
MUTE
COLOUR
MUTE
OFF/ON
BASS
TREBLE
MIDDLE
CH1
ATTENUATOR
EFF. SEND
CH2
EXT. EFF. SEND
CH3/4
SEND1
HIGH/LOW
SEND2
CLIP DETECTION
GAIN
MUTE
COLOUR
BASS
MIDDLE
TREBLE
SEND3/4
PREAMP
AUX
CLIP DETECTION
MUTE
EFF. SEND
OFF/ON
POST/PRE EQ
POST/PRE EQ
2
3
1
DI out
POST/PRE EQ
HIGH/LOW
CLIP DETECTION
GAIN
MUTE
COLOUR
MUTE
OFF/ON
BASS
MIDDLE
TREBLE
INT. EFFECT
PREAMP
REC OUT (CINCH)
CLIP DETECTION
EFF. SEND
L
R
STEREO SIM.
L-OUT
STEREO SIM
R-OUT
CTION
PREAMP
GAIN
MUTE
PRE MASTER
ATTENUATOR
MUTE
HEADPHONES
MASTER
T
FOOTSWITCH MUTE CH1/CH2
R
T
FOOTSWITCH MUTE CH3/CH4
R
T
R
S
INSERT
SEND1
T
R
DSP EFFECTS UNIT
SEND2
LINE OUT
RETURN
SEND3/4
SPEAKER MUTE
SELECT
SUBSONIC LIMITER
POWER AMP
200mm (8") DUAL CONE
POWER AMP
200mm (8") DUAL CONE
AUX RETURN
L
AUX IN (CINCH)
R
EFFECT 2 RETURN
25mm (1") DOME TWEETER
EXT. EFF. RETURN
R
T
FOOTSWITCH EFFECT INT./EXT.
R
T
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