Bazooka MBTA8100 Specifications

MODELS • MODELE N° • 1U10DB.0:
BT6014/6018, BT8014/8018, BT1014'1018, BTA6100, BTA81 00, BTA 10100,
BT6024DV06028DVC, BT8024DV08028DVC, BT1 024DV01 028DVC,
BTA6200, BTA8200, BTA10200, MBT8014, MBT1014, MBTA8100,
MBTA8200, MBTA10100, MBTA10200,BT1214,BT1224DVC
Dear Friend,
At SAS, we take pride in manufacturing the most revolutionary bass speaker
systems ever created, featuring our patented Bass Tubes® enclosure design,
and we hope you will take pride in owning them.
Several years ago, we realized that efficiency was the wave of the future
in Autosound, so we made a commitment to design, manufacture, and
deliver the most efficient speaker systems possible.
Today we market our patented speaker systems worldwide and the high
quality of the Bazooka brand is well respected by consumers and dealers
of all nationalities.
When properly installed, Bazooka subwoofer speaker systems will give
you years of clean uninterrupted sound reproduction. Therefore, I urge
you to take a few minutes of your time to review this instruction booklet.
It was designed to give you a better understanding of our products and
to explain how to apply them properly.
Thank you again for choosing Bazookas. Our early commitment to quality
has made them the product of choice, and I am sure you will agree that
you have made the right one! Enjoy!
Sincerely,
JON C. JORDAN
President
SAS/BAZOOKA
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Thank you for selecting Bazooka® subwoofer speaker systems for your
stereo system. Today, the Bazooka represents Bazooka Mobile Audio’s
continued commitment to efficiency and design. An innovative
manufacturing process developed by SAS® for the Bazooka provides
consumers with state-of-the-art speaker system design.
HELPFUL HINTS—BEFORE YOU BEGIN
HELPFUL HINTS BEFORE YOU BEGIN
PG 4
VEHICLE PLACEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
PG 5-6
MOUNTING THE BAZOOKA
PG 7-9
WIRING DIAGRAMS
PG 10-11
SPECIFICATIONS
PG 12&15
FEATURES
PG 13-14
WIRING
PG 16-20
TROUBLESHOOTING
PG 21-22
WARRANTY
PG 24-25
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Please take time to read through this manual and plan out your
installation before you begin!
Locate an area in the rear of the vehicle where you would like to place
the Bazooka speaker systems. The location you have selected must
meet the following requirements in order for the Bazooka to be properly
installed in the vehicle:
1) The woofer (grill end) should be facing into a corner. (See
vehicle placement recommendations on pg. 5-6)
2) Ideally, there should be 2 to 4 inches between the woofer and
the corner it is pointing into.
3) The mounting area should be carefully checked to be sure
that the mounting screws will not damage the gas tank,
electrical wiring, fuel lines, or the spare tire during the mounting
of the strap bases.
4) The strap mounting bases should be screwed securely to a
rigid surface that is part of, or anchored to, the structure of
the vehicle.
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VEHICLE PLACEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
BOAT PLACEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
tube size is exaggerated for emphasis
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TRUCK INSTALLATION
HATCHBACK INSTALLATION
tube size is exaggerated for emphasis
BOW RIDER/SKI BOAT
tube size is exaggerated for emphasis
 Under passenger console
 Under seat storage compartment
SEDAN INSTALLATION
tube size is exaggerated for emphasis
SPORT YACHT
tube size is exaggerated for emphasis
 Under bed storage compartment
 Under seat storage compartment
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MOUNTING THE BAZOOKA
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1. With the topside of the buckle facing up (see figure 1), lace the strap
through the mounting base as illustrated in figure 2
3. Place each mounting base under the Bass Tubes® enclosure so that
the apex at the bottom of the tube sits inside the mounting base as
in figure 4.
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4. Move the bases so that they are spaced approximately 3” from each
end of the enclosure as illustrated in figure 5.
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5. Remove the Bass Tubes® enclosure without moving the mounting
bases and set it aside.
6. Screw each mounting base securely in place with screws provided
as illustrated in figure 3.
2. After the strap is completely laced through the mounting base, make
a loop with the strap, where it runs across the middle of the base as
illustrated in figure 3. This loop is necessary to access the two mounting
holes in the base.
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A100 WIRING DIAGRAM
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7. Remove any slack in the strap by feeding it out of the mounting
base on the loose end of the strap opposite the buckle.
8. Place the Bass Tubes® enclosure on the mounting bases and fasten
the buckles as illustrated in figure 7. The strap should loop through
the buckle and be tightened securely by holding the strap in place with
one hand and pulling the loose end away from the buckle, but against
the cabinet.
Model
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Technical Note:
Due to the jarring and shifting that can occur in a vehicle, the mounting
straps may stretch or loosen. We recommend that you check the straps
regularly to assure that your Bass Tubes® enclosure is mounted securely
in place.
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NOTE:
REMOVE AUTO TURN-ON LOOP TO USE ORANGE REMOTE
WIRE FOR NORMAL REMO"rE TURN-ON
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FHiure
Patented Bass Tubes" enclosure design
Optimized lor Corner Loading
Water resistanl enclosure
Fits in all vehkles
Upgrades any 12 volt sound system
Perfect lor leased vehides
Home audio quality sound
New and improved cosmetics
Dual voice coil inputs
Large oversized edge roll
Oversized mag net and motor strudure
Built-in IDO wall mono amplifier
Bunt-in 200 wall moslet mono amplifier
Noise rejecting balanced input drcuit
Fixed 85 hz 18 dB subwooler crossover
Vooable 60 - 250 hz subwooler crossover
Bunt-in 12dB subsonic ftlter at 35 hz
Optional remote level control
Optional remote crossover control
Optional Universal Mounting System
Jet black paint ftnish
Platinum colored binding posts
One year warranly
Salt log and UV cerlifted lor 5years
Waterproof woofers
Stainless steel hardware
Weather resistant velcro reinforced mountina straPS
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* The built in crossover limits the frequency response of the Amplified Bazooka.
** The efficiency levels of all Bazooka subwoofer speaker systems are measured in the typical environment: In the low bass region with one watt of power.
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Power Handling
Dimensions
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MARINE TUBE SPECIFICATIONS
Woofer Size
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DO NOT substitute the fuse included with the Amplified Bazooka
subwoofer with anything other than the SAME fast blow current
rated fuse. Substitution or deletion will void the product's warranty
and may cause damage to your car or the amplifier.
SHOULD I USE HIGH OR LOW LEVEL INPUTS?
If the source unit has only speaker outputs, use the high-level inputs
of the Amplified Bazooka subwoofer. If the source unit has both high
and low level outputs, we recommend using the high level inputs
over the low level inputs, due to the configuration of the Amplified
Bazooka subwoofer's balanced input circuit. Not all head units, even
those that promise high output voltage in their marketing materials,
indeed have high-voltage RCA outputs. Because of this, Bazooka
Mobile Audio recommends using the speaker level inputs when in
doubt—they will always provide sufficient drive level to the amplifier.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WIRING IN A FACTORY STEREO MAY NOT BE
ELECTRICALLY IN PHASE EVEN WHEN YOU HAVE MADE THE PROPER
CONNECTIONS.
Take the time after you make your wire connections to run through
the quick phase check procedure in the “AM I IN PHASE?” section at
the end of this manual, and NEVER USE BOTH high and low-level
inputs at the same time!
INPUT SIGNAL CONNECTIONS
High-Level Inputs:
If the source unit has both front and rear speaker outputs, use
only one set of speaker outputs for the high-level input of the
Amplified Bazooka. Connect the GREEN wire from the 14-pin
Molex plug of the Amplified Bazooka subwoofer to the source
units left (+) positive speaker output. Connect the GREEN W/BLACK
stripe wire of the plug to the source units left (-) negative speaker
output. Connect the GRAY wire of the plug to the source units
right (+) positive speaker output. Connect the GRAY W/BLACK
stripe wire of the plug to the source units right (-) negative speaker
output. When using high-level inputs, take the time after you
make all wiring connections to run through the AM I IN PHASE
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AMPLIFIED MODELS:
(BTA6100, BTA8100, BTA10100, BTA6200, BTA8200, BTA10100,
MBTA8100, MBTA10100, MBTA8200, MBTA10200)
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Low-Level Inputs:
If your source unit only has low-level RCA phono jack output, use only
the low-level inputs of the Amplified Bazooka. Connect the low-level
RCA phono jack inputs of the Amplified Bazooka subwoofer to the
source with a shielded RCA patch cord. To avoid possible noise problems,
be sure to run the patch cord away from all power wires and factory
wire harnesses. When using the low-level inputs DO NOT make any
connections to the Green and Gray high-level input wires of the
Amplified Bazooka subwoofer and make sure these wires are insulated
to avoid the possibility of a short circuit.
POWER WIRE (All Models)
The power wire must be fused and connected directly to the positive
terminal of the battery to provide a power source with a low voltage
drop and low noise. Do not make the power connection at the fuse
block or any point other than the battery. Improper power sources
can reduce output and cause distortion.
The fuse holder should be connected to the battery's positive terminal.
The fuse is designed to prevent fire or damage to your car, should the
battery wire short to ground. Wait to insert the fuse into its holder
until all wire connections have been made.
If it is necessary to lengthen the battery wire, add the required length
between the amplifier and the fuse holder, not the fuse holder and
the battery. If you need to extend t he battery wire, use 16 gauge or
larger for all A100, and 12 gauge or larger for all A200 models. It is
best to use as short a wire as possible. Be sure you DO NOT run the
power wire next to the input cables of the amplifier this will induce
noise. Avoid running the power wire near the radio's antenna or
power leads, or near sensitive equipment or harnesses. The power
wire carries substantial currents and could induce noise.
or grease after you finish mounting the ground wire to prevent rust.)
REMOTE TURN ON OPTIONS
OPTION ONE:
When you are using this option with all amplified Bass Tubes®
models: For the most versatility the Orange Remote Turn On Wire
should be connected to the source unit's "Accessory", "Auto-Antenna"
or "Remote" lead -- any of which will supply 12 Volts positive when
the source is turned on.
OPTION TWO:
When you are using this option with all BTA100 AND MBTA100:
If the source does not have an Auto-Antenna lead (or if the AutoAntenna goes down during tape operation), you can connect the
Amplified Bazookas' Remote Turn On Wire to an accessory or ignition
point at the vehicle fuse block. In this configuration, the Amplified
Bazooka subwoofer will be on whenever the ignition is on. This
method may allow noise or turn-on-and-off transients to become
amplified when the source unit is not in use, and therefore is a less
desirable than option one. Locate the Auto/Off Jumper Loop located
on the wiring harness; SAS ships the Amplified Bazooka subwoofer
with this Jumper in the ON Position. The Quick Disconnect YELLOW
On/Off Jumper Loop must be plugged into the harness.
GROUND WIRE (All Models)
The ground wire must be connected directly to the vehicle chassis near
the amplifier. We do not recommend extending the ground wire in
any installation, as this can cause unwanted ground loops.
The ground point in the car should be a piece of chassis metal that is
part of or welded to the main body of the vehicle. Painted surfaces
should be scraped or sanded clean to expose the bare metal before
the ground lug is bolted down. (Cover the bare metal area with paint
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procedure at the end of this manual to confirm that your inputs
are in correct electrical phase and the proper bass response is
being produced.
PHASE SWITCH (All A100 MODELS ONLY)
When one of the High-level Input channels is out of phase electrically with the
other High-level Input channel, your Amplified Bazooka subwoofer will sound
as if it has little or no output and any output that is produced may sound
distorted. If you suspect that your Amplified Bazooka subwoofer is out of
phase, use the AM I IN PHASE procedure to diagnose and correct the Amplified
Bazooka subwoofer output, and proper bass response will be produced.
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All A200 MODELS
Remote Bass Control and Crossover (RBCM-RS):
If you find you like to vary the crossover point in addition to changing
the level of bass depending on what you are listening to and want an
easy way to make this possible, you can purchase an optional Remote
Level and Crossover Control.
These Remote Controls are accessories that are available from your
Bazooka dealer or directly from Bazooka. Be sure to check out other
optional accessories for your Bazooka at
PASSIVE MODELS
To correct this situation, simply flip the phase switch on the Amplified Bazooka.
When the input signal is in correct electrical phase, the level of bass output will
be greatest when the balance control of the radio is set to the center position.
SETTING THE LEVEL (ALL A200 MODELS ONLY)
Locate the potentiometer labeled LEVEL. This is the level control. Start with
the level control turned all the way to the left (counterclockwise). The bass
should be off or very low at this point. Turn up your head unit until the sound
from the existing speakers starts to clip or distort. This is the point in your
system where you will get maximum volume with the least amount of
distortion. With the head unit at this point, turn the level gain control up
slowly until the bass volume blends well with the existing high frequency
speakers. This should be the proper setting for the level gain control. Now
that the level is set, you may want to go back to the x-over control and adjust
the x-over point by ear to meet the desired sonic quality of your system design.
LED POWER INDICATOR
If power, ground and remote are connected properly, the LED light will
illuminate.
WHITE = OFF
GREEN = NORMAL OPERATION
RED = PROTECTION MODE (A200 MODELS ONLY)
(BT6014/6018, BT8014/8018, BT1014/1018, MBT8014, MBT1014 ONLY)
On the back of all Bazooka passive single voice coil models you will
find a terminal cup with two 5-way platinum colored binding posts,
red being positive and black being negative. Hook the positive speaker
output from your amplifier to the red positive terminal of the Bazooka.
Hook the negative speaker output from your amplifier to the black
negative terminal. Repeat these steps for each Bazooka used.
OPTIONS (All A100 MODELS)
Remote Bass Control (RBCM-EL):
If you find you like to change the level of bass depending on what you are
listening to and want an easy way to make this possible, you can purchase
an optional Remote Level Control.
(BT6024DVC/6028DVC, BT8024DVC/8028DVC, BT1024DVC/1028DVC)
On the back of all Bazooka dual voice coil passive models you will find
a terminal cup with four 5-way platinum colored binding posts, red
being positive and black being negative. Hook the positive speaker
output from your amplifier to the red positive terminal of the Bazooka.
Hook the negative speaker output from your amplifier to the black
negative terminal. Repeat these steps for each Bazooka used.
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ADJUSTING THE CROSSOVER A200 ONLY
The built-in crossover on the Amplified Bazooka subwoofer is an 18 dB per
octave electronic low pass filter, it has a 60 Hz to 250 Hz variable crossover
point. Select the crossover point that you feel best fits your system design. Set
the potentiometer labeled XOVER to the point you selected, 60 Hz being all
the way to the left (counterclockwise) and 250 Hz being all the way to the
right (clockwise). When you have set the crossover, proceed to the next step.
Am I In Phase?
If your inputs are out of phase and you turn the balance
control of your radio all the way to one side, right or left, the
bass output from the Bazooka® will increase. When you bring
the balance control back to the center position the bass level
will drop. This confirms that one of your input channels is
wired out of phase with the other.
When one of the Amplified Bazooka's High-level Input channels
is out of phase electrically with the other High-level Input
channel, your Bazooka will sound as if it has little or no output
and any output that is produced may sound distorted. If you
suspect that your Bazooka is out of phase, use the AM I IN
PHASE procedure to diagnose and correct the Bazookas' output,
and proper bass response will be produced. channels is wired
out of phase with the other. To correct this situation, simply
flip the phase switch on the amplified Bazooka®. When the
input signal is in correct electrical phase, the level of bass
output will be greatest when the balance control of the radio
is set to the center position.
Do You Have A Phase Problem?
If the bass response in your application appears to be lower
then you expected or sounds muffled and or distorted, you
may be experiencing Phase Cancellation.
source material could just be recorded in error. Also speaker
placement and the acoustics of the listening environment can
effect the phase. No matter what or where the cause is located,
the solution is an easy one.
PHASE CORRECTING PROCEDURE
Disconnect all but one Bazooka® from your system. Be sure
that any loose wire connections are insulated to avoid the
chance of short-circuiting any of the electronic equipment.
Listen to the system and take note of the level of the Bass
Response. Connect the next Bazooka® and compare the level
of the combined output to that of the single unit. If the Bass
Response increases, the Phasing is correct and you can repeat
this process on the next Bazooka. If the level of the Bass
Response drops, the Phasing is incorrect and you should reverse
the speaker connections to this Bazooka® and compare again.
In short to INCREASE IS GOOD, to DECREASE IS BAD! Using
this method, any number of Bazooka® subwoofers can be kept
in absolute phase.
PRACTICE SAFE LISTENING
Continuous exposure to high volumes of sound may cause
permanent hearing loss. High-powered auto sound systems
are capable of producing sounds well over 130 dB. Even short
periods of play at high volume levels can impair your ability
to hear necessary traffic sounds and may constitute a hazard.
Please use common sense and practice SAFE LISTENING!
Phase Cancellation
When two speakers in the same frequency range produce
sound waves that are inverted from one another or 180° out
of phase, the sound waves will cancel each other out to some
degree. This effect will be heard as a drop in the output level
and/or a muffled or muddy quality in the Bass Response. The
source of this Phase Cancellation can be at any point in the
signal path. The obvious cause of this problem would be a
speaker connection that was reversed in polarity, but that is
not always the case. Sometimes amplifier channels will shift
phase 180° for no good reason, or a signal processor could
have a setting for phase that has been set incorrectly or the
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Southern Audio Services, Inc., warrants all products to be free from defects
in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase.
In the event the product is not as warranted, SAS’ sole obligation shall
be to repair or replace the defective product at SAS’ option: SAS limits
its obligation under any implied warranties under state laws to a period
not to exceed the limited warranty period. SAS and its authorized
BAZOOKA® dealers specifically disclaim liability for any incidental or
consequential damages. Some states to not allow limitations on how
long an implied warranty lasts, and some states do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitation or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you
specific legal rights, and you may have other rights, which vary from
state to state.
What is covered:
This warranty covers all defects in materials or workmanship (parts and labor) in
the product.
What is not covered:
This warranty does not cover the following:
1. Damages occurring during shipment of the product to SAS for repair (claims
must be presented to the carrier).
2. Damages caused by accident, abuse, negligence, misuse or improper operation
or installation.
3. Damages caused by an act of God, including without limitation, fire, flood,
storms, or other acts of nature.
4. Any product, which has a serial number, defaced, altered, modified, or removed.
5. Any product that has been altered or modified without SAS’ consent.
How to obtain warranty services:
1. You are responsible for delivery of the product to an authorized BAZOOKA®
dealer or contact SAS at 1-800-THE TUBE for a Return Authorization number.
The Return Authorization number must be clearly written on the outside of the
box. Freight must be prepaid to SAS. Warranty replacement parts will be
returned freight prepaid. The entire enclosure may be returned for warranty
service, but return will be freight collect.
2. You must provide proof of the date of purchase of the product. If proof of
purchase is not provided, original date of manufacture will be used to determine
warranty period.
3. You must package the product securely to avoid damage during shipment.
4. After acquiring a Return Authorization number, ship to the address below.
PLEASE RETURN THIS PORTION IMMEDIATELY
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MODEL#
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SERIAL#
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PURCHASE DATE
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DEALER PURCHASED FROM
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DEALER ADDRESS
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TELEPHONE
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PURCHASERS NAME
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STREET ADDRESS
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CITY
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STATE
ZIP
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TELEPHONE
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