PA15200B
15" SUPER WOOFER
WITH BLUETOOTH, USB/SD, FM PLL RADIO, ACTIVE AMPLIFIER,
LED DISPLAY AND REMOTE CONTROL
USER MANUAL
WARNING !
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER OF
THIS SPEAKER. DO NOT TRY TO MAKE ANY REPAIRS OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS
SPEAKER BY YOURSELF. ALL SERVICES MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED
TECHNICIAN.
• The symbol represented by a ray with an arrow within an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user about dangerous voltage within the unit that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock to people. Users should take extra care when this
symbol appears in this manual and should take every care described.
• The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important instructions for maintenance (services) and the use of this device.
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1.Read all instructions before first use.
2.Keep this manual for future reference.
3.Obey all alerts.
4.Follow all instructions.
5.WARNING: To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this equipment to rain or
moisture. Do not store and operate this product near liquids.
6.Clean only with a dry cloth.
7.Do not store or operate this product near any heat sources such as radiators, heaters,
stoves or other appliances that produce heat. Keep this product in a well ventilated place.
8.Do not ignore the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding plug. A polarized plug has
two blades, with one being wider than the other. A grounding plug has two blades plus a
round pin to ground. The wide blade or the third prong is intended to provide security. If
the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician to replace the outlet.
9.Protect all wires connected to this unit from being walked on or pinched, particularly at
the electrical outlet and the point where the cord exits the unit. When unplugging from the
electrical outlet, grasp the plug and do not pull the cord.
10.Disconnect the unit during lightning storms or when is not going to be used for a long
period.
11.Keep this unit off when connecting all the devices connected to it.
12.Connect all your equipment with low volume level. Once all devices are connected,
slowly increase the volume or level controls to the desired volume.
13.Before placement, installation, or assembly of any product, inspect all equipment,
suspension, cabinets, transducers, brackets and associated equipment. Any missing
component, corroded, deformed, or with non-nominal load can reduce the intensity,
placement and arrangement of the installation significantly. Any of these conditions can
reduce the safety of the facility and must be corrected immediately. Use only suitable
equipment for the loading conditions of the installation. Avoid any possibility of
unexpected overload, and never exceed the capacity of the material or equipment.
14.Consult a licensed professional to install the equipment and make sure that all local,
regional and national regulations related to security are understood and adhered to.
15.All services should be performed by qualified professionals. Servicing is required when
the apparatus has been damaged in any way, if the power cord or its plug are damaged, if
the machine makes contact with liquid, if any object is inserted into the unit, if the unit is
exposed to rain or moisture, or if the unit does not operate normally, or has been
dropped.
BE SURE TO FULLY CHARGE THE BATTERY THE FIRST TIME TO INCREASE BATTERY
DURABILITY.
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REAR PANEL
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1 2 3 4 5
5 BANDS GRAPHIC EQUALIZER
100Hz
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8
9
SD
500Hz
1KHz
4KHz
8KHz
USB
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MIC 1 VOLUME
MIC 2 VOLUME
LINE VOLUME
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MASTER VOLUME
12
MIC 1
INPUT
13
MIC 2
INPUT
14
15
16
17
LINE
INPUT
18
SPEAKER OUTPUT
19
POWER
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ANTENNA
OFF
ON
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AC 110V~60Hz
or 220V~50Hz
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110V~60Hz
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220V~50Hz
1. IR remote receiver.
2. Previous Track Button: When on USB/SD/Bluetooth mode, press this
button
to move to the previous track. Hold it down to reduce the volume.
When on FM mode, press this button to move to the previous stored
channel.
3. Input Mode Button: Press this button to toggle between the various inputs
(LINE, USB, SD, FM & Bluetooth).
4. Play & Repeat Button & Play/Pause Button: When on USB/SD mode,
press this button to pause or play. Hold it down to select the repeat modes
for USB/SD. When on Bluetooth mode, press this button to pause, hold it
down to disconnect pairing, and then enter pairing mode.
When on FM mode, press this button to mute, hold it down for auto scan.
5. Next Track Button: When on USB/SD/Bluetooth mode, press this button to
move to the next stored track. Hold it down to increase the volume.
When on FM mode, press this button to move to the next stored channel.
6. Five Band Equalizer: Move the individual sliders to adjust certain
frequencies to desires levels.
7. USB/SD card port: Connect your USB or SD device here. The speaker will
only play music files from USB/SD input. Do not connect your computer to
this port, as it will not play files directly from a computer.
Note: This unit will keep repeating all songs in USB and SD by default.
Important: The USB port is intended only for data transfer; other devices
cannot be used with this USB connection. The use of USB extension cords
is not recommended.
8. Mic 1 Volume Knob: Turn this knob to adjust the microphone 1 volume
level.
9. Mic 2 Volume Knob: Turn this knob to adjust the microphone 2 volume
level.
10.Master Level Volume Control: Turn this knob to adjust the master
volume.
11.Line Volume Control: Turn this knob to adjust the line volume.
12.Mic 1 Input (6.3 mm Jack) : Connect a microphone to this microphone
input terminal.
13.Mic 1 Input (XLR Connector):Connect a microphone to this microphone
input terminal.
14.Mic 2 Input (6.3 mm Jack) : Connect a microphone to this microphone
input terminal.
15.Mic 2 Input (XLR Connector):Connect a microphone to this microphone
input terminal.
16.Line Input(L/R RCA Jacks): The Line Input is designed to connect directly
to a CD/DVD/TV or any other stereo level audio device.
Please note that there are two LINE (AUX) Inputs, RCA and 1/8”. If both the
RCA and 1/8” inputs are connected, the unit will automatically play from the
1/8” line input.
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17.Line Input (XLR Connector): The Line Input is designed to connect
directly to a CD/DVD/TV or any other stereo level audio device.
18.Speaker Output: Connect to passive speaker for audio signal transfer.
19.Antenna is for receiving the FM signal. Before use, extend the telescopic
FM antenna. Pack up the FM antenna to better protect it after use.
20. Power button: Set the unit to ON will allow the unit power on.
21. AC Connection: Connect the power cord to AC outlet.
22. AC voltage selector (optional).
REMOTE CONTROL
1. POWER: Press this button to stand by ON/OFF
the unit. Four dots (- - - -) are displayed when in
standby.
2. INPUT: Press this button to toggle between the
various inputs: LINE (AUX), USB/SD, FM,
Bluetooth.
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3. KEY Number for selecting the tracks for
USB/SD or stored channel in FM.
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4. MUTE: Press this button to mute.
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5. VOL+: Press this button to increase the volume.
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6. VOL-: Press this button to reduce the volume.
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7. CH-/ :Press this button to select the previous 11
track or stored channel for USB/SD/ Bluetooth/
FM. When on USB/SD mode, hold this button to
fast backward.
8. CH+/ : Press this button to select the next
track or stored channel for USB/SD/Bluetooth/
FM. When on USB/SD mode, hold this button to
fast to forward.
9. EQ: Press this button to select the different EQ mode for USB/SD.
10.PREVIOUS/NEXT Folder Button: Press this button to move to the previous/next
folder on USB/SD drive.
11.SCAN, PAIR, REPEAT & PLAY/PAUSE button: Press this button to play or pause
the track of USB/SD/Bluetooth/FM. When on Bluetooth mode, hold it will
disconnect the pairing. Hold it to auto scan in FM. Hold it to select the repeat
modes for USB/SD. Which is equivalent to the play/pause key (13) on the main
unit’s rear panel.
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MICROPHONE
Microphone
ON/OFF
1. Before powering on the microphone, be sure to set
the Microphone Volume Knob to zero. Once the
microphone is powered on, slowly increase the
microphone volume.
2. If you notice static or distortion in the microphone,
check the Mic connection.
3. When not in use, turn off the power of the
microphone.
DIGITAL DISPLAY
USb
Sd
LInE
INPUT MODES: The LED display screen will display the information of input
modes for USB/SD/LINE(AUX)/FM/Bluetooth.
1.When a USB flash drive/SD card is inserted into the USB/SD input, the unit will
automatically switch to USB/SD mode and the display shows USb or Sd.
EQ Mode: EQ modes will display here: Pop, Rock, Jazz, Classic, Normal for
USB/SD.
Repeat Mode: When the USB flash or SD card mode is selected, press the RPT
button (hold play key) to select Repeat Play to repeat folder/one/random/ALL.
2. Track Number: The track number currently playing from the USB/SD will
display.
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3. FM Mode: All FM channels display here. Hold “PLAY/PAUSE” button for scanning
all channels.
4. Bluetooth Mode: To disconnect pairing, Hold the “PLAY/PAUSE” button.
PAIRING A BLUETOOTH DEVICE
1. Turn on you Bluetooth device.
2. Turn on the speaker to Bluetooth. the unit will automatically go into pairing
mode to search for Bluetooth device. You will know you are in pairing mode
when the LED is flash quickly.
3. If your Bluetooth device is not able to pair to the unit, disconnect the unit's
previous Bluetooth connections and reset the Bluetooth module by holding
play key.
4. Navigate to your Bluetooth device's setup screen, find "PA15200B" and
connect.
5. Bluetooth indicator light will light up solid when connected.
6. To disconnect pairing, hold PLAY/PAUSE button .
Note: You can connect with a smart phones or tablet PC with Bluetooth.
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CONTROL
REMOTO
SPECIFICATION
GENERAL
POWER REQUIREMENT:
REMOTE CONTROL:
POWER CONSUMPTION:
FM FREQUENCY:
GROSS WEIGHT:
DIMENSIONS:
AC110V~60Hz or 220V~50Hz
DC 3V 1.5V UM4/ AAA x 2PCS
AC 30W
87.5-108MHz
TO BE ADVISED
51.0cm(L) x43.5cm(W) x 76.0cm(H)
AUDIO SECTION
Output Power
200W (RMS)
ACCESSORIES
Speaker Box (Unit)
Remote Control (UM4 Battery x2pcs)
Wired Microphone
Instruction Manual
AC Cord
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Note: Specifications are subject to change for continuous
improvement without prior notice.
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CAUTION:
• The speaker shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing. Do not place objects
filled with liquids on top of it.
• Keep minimum distances of 30 cm around the speaker for the best ventilation.
• Do not cover the ventilation openings with items such as newspapers, tablecloths,
curtains, etc. since these may impede ventilation.
• No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the
apparatus.
• When the mains plug or an appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the
disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
• To be completely disconnected the power input, the mains plug of the speaker must
be disconnected from the mains completely.
• The main plug of the speaker should not be obstructed or should be easily
accessed during intended use.
• This speaker is designed to be used in moderate climates.
• Attention should be drawn to the environmental aspects of battery disposal.
• Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
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