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Eve Audio TS108 Product manual
EVE AUDIO PRODUCT MANUAL
AUG 2013
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
To avoid the risk of electrical shock, do not attempt to open the unit.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Do not attempt to service the
equipment yourself. In case of problems, please contact your local dealer
or distributor.
1.INTRODUCTION.............................................................................4
!
This unit should be connected to a grounded power outlet. If you use
extension cords and power distributors they should be grounded as well.
!
Verify that the specified operating voltage on the rear side matches the
local mains voltage. If these values do not match you will have to adjust
the loudspeaker setting appropriately and change the fuse type.
Use only the fuse types specified on the rear side of the unit. Never bypass
the fuse.
Make sure that no liquids wet the inside of the cabinet. Never spray, pour
or spill liquids directly onto the unit.
Do not use a wet cloth nor flammable or acid chemicals for cleaning.
!
Do not touch the diaphragms of the loudspeaker and do not obstruct the
bass reflex ports.
!
Make sure there is enough air flow behind the loudspeaker to maintain the
electronic components cool.
!
Do not expose this product to extreme temperatures.
The diaphragms build up a magnetic field around the loudspeaker.
High sound pressure levels can damage your hearing permanently! Avoid
standing close to loudspeakers producing high sound pressure levels.
2.
QUICK START..................................................................................5
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
First Steps..............................................................................................................................5
Speaker Connection..........................................................................................................5
Powering On........................................................................................................................5
3.OPERATION....................................................................................6
3.1. First Steps..............................................................................................................................6
3.2. The Grid.................................................................................................................................6
3.3. Operating Modes...............................................................................................................7
3.4. Powering on/off: Standby Mode..................................................................................7
3.5. Volume Mode......................................................................................................................8
3.6. Settings Menu.....................................................................................................................9
3.7.Filters......................................................................................................................................9
3.8. Low Filter...............................................................................................................................9
3.9. High Filter.......................................................................................................................... 10
3.10. Low and High Filter Combinations........................................................................... 11
3.11. Desk Filter.......................................................................................................................... 11
3.12. LED Mode........................................................................................................................... 12
3.13. Saving Your Settings...................................................................................................... 12
3.14. Power Switch.................................................................................................................... 12
3.15. DIP Switches...................................................................................................................... 13
3.16. Power Connector (IEC).................................................................................................. 13
4.POSITIONING...............................................................................14
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
4.5.
4.6.
4.7.
4.8.
4.9.
Wall Mounting.................................................................................................................. 14
Bottom Side...................................................................................................................... 14
Speaker Positioning + Rubber Feet.......................................................................... 15
Height and Distance...................................................................................................... 16
Stereo Setup..................................................................................................................... 16
Stereo Setup + Subwoofer (2.1)................................................................................. 17
Multichannel Setup (5.1).............................................................................................. 17
Mixer/Workplace Reflections...................................................................................... 18
Room Acoustics............................................................................................................... 19
5.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS......................................................20
6.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY................................................21
7.WARRANTY...................................................................................22
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1. INTRODUCTION
2. QUICK START
Thank you for your time and interest in the EVE Audio product range.
EVE Audio is a loudspeaker manufacturer based in Berlin, Germany, that
specializes in the development and design of unique studio monitors.
The use of first-class components is our highest priority because we firmly
believe this is the only way to manufacture first-class products.
You have chosen a loudspeaker from our SilverCone SC series. Both models
— SC204 and SC205 — are living proof that small loudspeakers can sound
big. They were conceived as two-way systems for use in home studios, as
well as in professional recording and post-production studios.
2.1. First Steps
Check the package components (loudspeaker, user’s manual, power cord,
grid, rubber feet).
Check the setting of the DIP Switches (variable).
These models combine a 4” or 5” SilverCone chassis with the Air Motion
Transformer developed by EVE Audio for the RS series. The loudspeaker
systems are completed by two 50 W amplifiers and high-resolution DSP
technology.
2.2. Speaker Connection
Connect one of the monitor inputs on the rear side (RCA or XLR) to the line
output of a playback source, for instance an audio interface. The output
level should be as low as possible.
The threads on the bottom allow the SC204 and SC205 to be mounted on
any commercial microphone or loudspeaker stand, while the brackets on
the rear side allow them to be wall mounted. For detailed information refer
to the corresponding chapter in the user’s manual.
2.3. Powering On
Engage the Power switch on the rear side of the loudspeaker to turn it on
or off.
The LEDs around the Volume control on the front panel will light up
clockwise. If the LED on the right end is dimly lit, this indicates that the
loudspeaker is in Standby Mode. Press the Volume control to turn the
loudspeaker on. If you turn the Volume control counter clockwise until the
LED on the left end lights up dimly the loudspeaker will be muted.
Increase the output level on the source device until the LED ring starts to
blink, then reduce the output level a bit. The maximum operating level for
the input (i.e. the analog to digital converter) is now set optimally. To set
the desired listening volume use the Volume control on the loudspeaker.
The LED ring indicates the volume setting. If the LED ring starts to blink,
reduce the output level on the signal source.
We wish you enjoy your new EVE Audio monitor. If you have any questions
regarding our products, do not hesitate to contact your nearest dealer or
get directly in touch with us... We will be more than happy to help you
out!
All the best from Berlin.
The EVE Audio Team
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If you already have experience with studio monitors, the Quick Start guide
ought to be more than enough to get you started.
For unexperienced users we recommend reading the whole user’s manual
in order to prevent any misuse.
INTRODUCTION

QUICK START
Powering On
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OPERATION
3.1. First Steps
Wrong grid position < > Correct grid position
Rückseitige Anschlüsse & DIP-Schalter
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Check the package components (loudspeaker, user’s manual, power cord,
grid, rubber feet).
Check the setting of the DIP Switches (variable).
Connections: there are two input connectors on the rear side. These allow
the connection of balanced sources with XLR connectors or unbalanced
sources with RCA connectors.
Pin assignment XLR: 1 = Shield, 2 = hot (+), 3 = cold(-).
Pin assignment RCA: Center conductor = Signal, Ring = Shield.
Both analog inputs can be used simultaneously, whereby the signals are
summed.
The maximum level of the source signal should not exceed 8 dBu. If the
input is overloaded the LED ring will start blinking.
3.2. The Grid
In order to protect the tweeter, your EVE Audio monitors are supplied with
a metal grid, which has no impact on the sound. The grid is attached to the
tweeter by means of magnetic attraction.
Be careful not to damage the folded tweeter diaphragm when placing the
grid:
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The Grid
Hold the grid with your fingers parallel to the front side of the monitor. The
perforated hexagon must exhibit two horizontal sides. Make sure that the
grid remains parallel to the front side.
Draw the grid close to the tweeter. The tweeter’s magnetic field will attract
and fix the grid, which can always be adjusted later if needed.
3.3. Operating Modes
Standby Mode | Volume Mode (-10 dB) | Setting Menu (Low filter @ -2 dB)
3.4. Powering on/off: Standby Mode
Press and hold the control three seconds in order to put the monitor in
Standby Mode. The volume will decrease gradually while the LED ring
lights up once around the Volume control. Afterwards, the LED on the right
end will light dimly and the power consumption is reduced to 1 watt.
!!
To exit the Standby Mode press briefly the Volume control once again. The
level will increase gradually.
OPERATION
Powering on/off: Standby Mode
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3.5. Volume Mode
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Level adjustment
The maximum input level for balanced (XLR) and unbalanced signals (RCA)
is 8 dBu. Higher levels produce distortion due to the overloading of the
analog to digital converter.
Given that many professional studio devices can produce in excess of 8 dBu,
the LED ring will start blinking whenever the AD converter is overloading.
If that is the case, the output level of the source should be reduced.
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Volume adjustment
Turn the Volume control to adjust the volume. Depending on the LED
mode selected (see LED Mode), the volume will be displayed as a dim/
bright circle or as a dim/bright point.
-20 dB
1 Step = 0.5 dB
(1 LED = 4 Steps)
1 Step = 1 dB
(1 LED = 4 steps)
-12 dB
1 Step = 0.5 dB
(1 LED = 2 Steps)
-8 dB
-48 dB
1 Step = 0.5 dB
(1 LED = 4 Steps)
1 Step = 2 dB
(1 LED = 4 Steps)
-80 dB
0 dB
The control’s response curve is not linear. The increments become finer as
the volume increases:
-80 dB (minimum) to -48 dB:
2 dB
-48 dB to -20 dB:
1 dB
-20 dB to 0 dB (maximum):
0.5 dB
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Volume Mode
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Mute
To put the monitor in Mute Mode, turn the Volume control counter
clockwise until you reach the minimum level. When the LED on the left
end lights up dimly the Mute Mode is activated.
To exit the Mute Mode simply turn the control clockwise.
3.6. Settings Menu
Press the control once to enter the Settings menu. Here you can set three
different filters (Low, Desk, High) as well as the LED ring’s behavior. The LED
of the currently active function blinks.
Turn the control to choose the filter or LED mode desired. The blinking
LED indicates the function selected while the steady-on LED indicates the
value assigned to that function.
Press the control to confirm your selection. The blinking will stop once the
selection is confirmed.
Turn the control to adjust the filter or the LED behavior.
When you are satisfied with the setting press the control again to go back
to the Settings menu. You can then select and edit another function.
!!
To exit the Settings menu press and hold the control for three seconds or
simply wait 10 seconds. The loudspeaker will then return automatically to
the Volume Mode.
3.7. Filters
The filters of the EVE Audio monitors were specially developed to offer you
the possibility of adjusting your monitoring system to the characteristics
of your room. These filters help correct the alterations to the frequency
response produced by the room acoustics and listening distance. Do note
that the corrections of bad room acoustics with filters will only deliver
average results. In any case, you should try to use the filters as little as
possible.
3.8. Low Filter
The Low-Shelf Filter allows you to boost or attenuate frequencies below
300 Hz in 0.5dB steps. Use this filter whenever the acoustics of your room
cause problems in the low frequency range.
OPERATION
Low Filter
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3.10. Low and High Filter Combinations
dB
+5
dB
+3
+5
0
Hz
0
-3
-5
100
1k
Hz
-3
10k
-5
If the low frequencies are boosted by the room, you can attenuate them
with the Low-Shelf Filter. The reasons for this boost could be the room
modes or the loudspeakers being too close to the walls. In the same way,
if the low frequencies are to weak, you can boost them to balance the
frequency response.
3.9. High Filter
The High-Shelf Filter allows you to boost or attenuate frequencies above
3 kHz in 0.5dB steps. High frequencies are affected depending on the
distance from the sound source to the listening position. The further you
are from the loudspeakers, the weaker the high frequencies. In such cases
the filter should be set to boost them. In desktop applications, distances
can be as short as 1 m (3 ft), which results in the high frequencies being
boosted. To compensate for this effect you should use the High-Shelf Filter
to attenuate the high frequencies.
100
1k
10k
Mid-frequency attenuation through Low + High filter boost
dB
+5
+3
0
Hz
-3
-5
100
1k
10k
Mid-frequency presence through Low + High filter cut
3.11. Desk Filter
dB
dB
+5
+5
+3
+3
0
Hz
0
Hz
-3
-3
-5
-5
100
1k
10k
If you have a very dead room, it might be wise to boost the high frequencies
in order to have a more balanced overall sound. When the listening position
is too close to the loudspeakers or the room has reflective surfaces, it is
reasonable to attenuate the high frequencies.
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High Filter
100
1k
10k
The Desk Filter has two functions. When turned down it acts as a narrowband EQ set to 200 Hz (SC204) or 180 Hz (SC205).
The reflections of mixers and similar surfaces usually result in the boosting
of low mids. With the Desk Filter you can lessen this effect by turning down
the filter gain.
When turned up, the Desk Filter also works as an EQ but this time set to
OPERATION
Desk Filter
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80 Hz. This allows you to give more punch to the lower frequencies.
!!
The following applies to all three filters:
• Every step represents a 0.5 dB increment.
• Maximal boost is +3 dB and maximal attenuation is –5 dB.
• Refer to the chapter on POSITIONING to set the filters of your EVE Audio
monitors effectively.
3.12. LED Mode
The LED Mode determines in which of the four available fashions the LED
ring displays the volume level. The LEDs represent given levels, which are
displayed and adjusted according to four steps. Intermediate steps are
indicated by the brightness between two adjacent LEDs.
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Bright Ring
All LEDs up to the selected volume level light up brightly. The louder the
signal, the longer the brightly lit-up ring.
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Bright Point
Only the LEDs corresponding to the selected volume level light up brightly.
The louder the signal, the further up the brightly lit-up point moves.
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Dim Ring
All LEDs up to the selected volume level light up dimly. The louder the
signal, the longer the dimly lit-up ring. In this mode, the LEDs light up
brightly momentarily while you adjust the volume level.
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!!
Dim Point
Only the LEDs corresponding to the selected volume level light up dimly.
The louder the signal, the further up the dimly lit-up point moves.
Intermediate steps are indicated by the lighting of two adjacent LEDs. The
level ranges from -60 dB to +10 dB, taking “0 dB” as reference point.
3.13. Saving Your Settings
All settings on the front and rear panels are automatically saved. The
loudspeakers can be disconnected anytime without the settings being
lost.
3.14. Power Switch
The power switch on the rear panel disconnects the loudspeaker completely
from the power grid. When powered off all loudspeaker settings are saved
and the power consumption is reduced to 0 watts.
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Power Switch
After powering on again, the loudspeaker will return to the state it was
in before being turned off (Standby Mode, Mute Mode or a given volume
level). Even if you use a multiple outlet power strip to power the monitor
off, it will return to its previous state when powered on again.
!!
In order to prevent switching noise with your monitoring system keep in
mind the following rules:
When turning on your system, power all audio sources on first and your
loudspeakers last.
When turning off your system, power off your loudspeakers first and then
all audio sources.
3.15. DIP Switches
On the rear panel of your EVE Audio monitors you will find three DIP
Switches. These allow you to secure your loudspeaker settings to prevent
them from being changed inadvertently.
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Volume
When set to “locked,” this DIP Switch secures the current volume setting.
The LED ring on the front panel indicates the volume setting, which cannot
be modified. When set to “variable,” the volume setting can be changed by
simply turning the knob.
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Filters
When set to “locked,” this DIP Switch secures the current filter settings. The
filter settings can be read on the LED ring but they cannot be modified.
When set to “variable,” the filters can be modified freely.
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not used
No function assigned on the SC204 and SC205.
3.16. Power Connector (IEC)
Use the power cord supplied to connect your EVE Audio monitors to the
power grid. The IEC connector includes an integrated fuse. If your EVE Audio
monitors stop working and the fuse seems to be the problem, proceed as
follows:
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Turn the loudspeaker off.
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Disconnect the loudspeaker from the power grid.
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Detach the IEC connector from the loudspeaker.
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Remove the fuse.
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Change the fuse. The replacement fuse should comply with the values
stated on the loudspeaker.
OPERATION
Power Connector (IEC)
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4. POSITIONING
125 mm / 4.92“
107 mm / 4.21“
123 mm / 4.84“
149 mm / 5.87“
4.1. Wall Mounting
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0
34 mm / 1.34“
76 mm / 2.99“
34 mm / 1.34“
49 mm / 1.93“
76 mm / 2.99“
49 mm / 1.93“
On the rear panel of your EVE Audio monitors you will find two wallmounting brackets. These are meant to be used with M6 screws. Make sure
that the screws go no deeper than 10 mm (0.3 inches) in the brackets.
4.3. Speaker Positioning + Rubber Feet
Ideally, there should be no objects or obstacles between the loudspeakers
and the listening position. Further, a symmetrical positioning is important.
This applies to the distance between speakers as well as to the walls, ceiling
and floor. In order to have a symmetrical stereo image it is also important to
have symmetrical reflections. We recommend to keep a distance of at least
0.5 m (19 inches) to the walls, in order to avoid low frequency boosting.
EVE Audio monitors can also be flush-mounted in a wall, in which case
there should be enough air flow. This is important to keep the electronic
components cool but also to allow for the best performance of the bass
reflex port. We recommend to keep at least 2 cm to the sides and top.
The SC204 and SC205 monitors were especially designed to be placed
vertically. Fix the supplied rubber feet to the bottom side of the monitor
and place it on an even and steady surface.
Alternatively, you can place the monitor on a microphone stand (see
“Bottom Side”) or mount them on a wall by means of the M6 brackets on
the rear.
If the room conditions force you to place the SC204 or SC205 monitors in
horizontal position, make sure that the tweeter is pointing to the outside
and that the loudspeakers are angled towards the listening position. In
any case, you should also try placing the tweeters pointing to the inside.
Regardless of the position, always mind the symmetry (both tweeters
should point either to the inside or to the outside)!
Rubber feet: your EVE Audio monitors are supplied with four self-adhesive
rubber feet. Fix them to the bottom of your loudspeakers to place the
monitors safely on an even surface. Furthermore, the rubber feet improve
the acoustic decoupling of the loudspeakers from the surface.
4.2. Bottom Side
The bottom of your SC204 and SC205 monitors feature screw threads
for microphone stands. The 3/8” thread allows you to screw the monitor
directly onto a microphone stand. Make sure that the screw goes no deeper
than 16 mm (0.6 inches) in the thread.
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Bottom Side
POSITIONING
Speaker Positioning + Rubber Feet
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4.4. Height and Distance
60°
60°
Stereo-Setup (left) & Stereo-Setup + Subwoofer (right)
!!
The tweeter of your EVE Audio monitors should be ideally placed at the
same height as your ears. If this is not possible tilt the monitors so that the
tweeter is directed to your ears.
The ideal distance between the monitors and the listening position is 0.71.5 m (2.2-4.9 ft) for the SC204 and 0.7-2 m (2.2-6.5 ft) for the SC205.
These values are only meant as a reference and depend a lot on the
characteristics of the room. In live rooms you will be forced to reduce the
distance, while in dead rooms the distance to the loudspeakers can be
larger.
4.5. Stereo Setup
The so-called “stereo triangle” is the best way to place speakers in a stereo
setup, i.e. the monitors and the listening position should form an equilateral
triangle. Try the following:
Establish the ideal distance to the listening position (see “Height &
Distance”).
Place the monitors in such a way that the distance from each other and to
the listening position is the same.
Turn both monitors so that their front panels are pointed towards the
listening position (all angles of the stereo triangle should be 60º).
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4.6. Stereo Setup + Subwoofer (2.1)
In such a setup, the subwoofer is fed by the stereo signal source. The
subwoofer filters the low frequency components of the stereo channels
and sums them to produce a mono signal which it then reproduces. The
high frequencies are forwarded to the full-range satellite speakers.
Ideally, such a system would comprise two EVE Audio SC204 or SC205
monitors plus an EVE Audio TS107 or TS108 subwoofer. These subwoofers
allow you to set the crossover frequency for the satellite loudspeakers and
the subwoofer.
The positioning of the two satellites should be done in the same manner as
in a stereo setup (see “Stereo Setup”).
The subwoofer should be placed on the ground between both satellites.
Considering that low frequencies are omnidirectional, the subwoofer does
not have to be centered exactly between the two satellites. The subwoofer
can be moved back a bit so that it is at the same distance from the listening
position as the satellites. This guarantees all transducers are synced in
time.
4.7. Multichannel Setup (5.1)
The most common 5.1 systems consist of three front channels (left, right
and center), two surround channels (left/right) and a subwoofer for the
low frequencies. The speakers from a circle around the listening position.
POSITIONING
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Ideally, a 5.1 system would comprise five EVE Audio SC205 or SCC204 and
a TS107 or TS108 subwoofer. Following combination is also possible: Front:
SC205, Center: SC305, Rear: SC204.
If this is the case with your setup, use the Desk Filter of your EVE Audio
monitors to reduce the impact of the reflections from the desk or mixer.
60°
80°
140°
The positioning of the two front speakers and the subwoofer should be
done in the same manner as in a stereo setup with subwoofer (see “Stereo
Setup + Subwoofer“).
Place the center monitor directly in front of the listening position, i.e. right
in the center between both front satellites.
The rear satellites should form an isosceles triangle with the listening
position forming an angle of 140º.
Verify that all speakers are at the same distance from the listening position,
so that they are synced in time.
4.8. Mixer/Workplace Reflections
Regardless of whether the monitors are to be used in a recording studio with
a mixing desk and meter bridge or in a desktop environment, hard surfaces
can produce annoying reflections that alter the natural reproduction of the
loudspeakers. Especially in the low-mid frequency range.
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4.9. Room Acoustics
In order for the described measures to work effectively, we recommend
that you put special attention to the room acoustics. The size, contents,
wall parallelism, proportion, and reflective behavior of the room, as well
as the corners, the building materials and their characteristics play a very
important role in the acoustics of a room.
Room acoustics is a science in itself and it is unfortunately out of the scope
of this manual. However, we have put together a short bibliography for
you:
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„Recording Studio Design“ (Englisch), Philip Newell. ISBN: 0-240-51917-5
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„Home Recording Studio – Build it like the Pros“ (Englisch), Rod Gervais.
ISBN: 1-59863-034-2
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„Studio Akustik“ (German), Andreas Friesecke. ISBN: 978-3-932275-81-4
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„Praktische Raumakustik“ (German), Thomas Hentschel. ISBN 978-3-83646800-8
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„Handbuch der Tonstudiotechnik“ Band 1 (German), Michael Dickreiter.
ISBN 3-598-11321-8
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„Handbuch der Audiotechnik“ (German), Stefan Weinzierl (Ed). ISBN 9783-540-34300-4
POSITIONING
Room Acoustics
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5. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Product
Description
Dimensions (WxHxD) (mm)
Dimensions (WxHxD) (“)
Free-field frequency range (-3dB)
Tweeter
Woofer
Crossover frequency
Maximum SPL @ 1m
Number of amplifiers
Total short-term output power
Short-term out power (woofer)
Short-term out power (tweeter)
Protection limiter
Settings
Volume
High-shelve filter (-5db – +3dB)
Desk filter boost (0db – +3dB)
Desk filter cut (-5dB – 0db)
Low-shelve filter (-5db – +3dB)
Level-lock dip switch
Filter-lock dip switch
Connectors
XLR in (impedance)
RCA in (impedance)
Power consumption
Standby
Full output
Misc.
Backmounting thread inserts
Microphone stand thread inserts
Weight kg / lb.
6. DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
SC204
2-Way Monitor
145 x 230 x 195
5.71 x 9.06 x 7.68
64Hz - 21kHz
AMT RS1
100mm / 4”
3,000Hz
96dB
2
100W
50W
50W
yes
SC205
2-Way Monitor
175 x 275 x 233
6.89 x 10.83 x 9.17
53Hz - 21kHz
AMT RS1
130mm / 5”
3,000Hz
101dB
2
100W
50W
50W
yes
-inf. – +6dB
> 3kHz
80Hz
200Hz
< 300Hz
yes
yes
-inf. – +6dB
> 3kHz
80Hz
180Hz
< 300Hz
yes
yes
yes (10kΩ)
yes (10kΩ)
yes (10kΩ)
yes (10kΩ)
< 1W
70VA
< 1W
70VA
yes
yes
3.8 / 8.4
yes
yes
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We,
EVE Audio GmbH
whose registered office is situated at
Ernst Augustin Str. 1a, 12489 Berlin, Deutschland
declare under our sole responsibility that the products:
SC204 and SC205
comply with the following directives and standards:
EC standards:
EN 60065: 2002 + A1:2006 + A11:2008 + A2:2010 + A12:2011
EC Regulation 1275/2008: 2008-12-18
EN 62301: 2005
EMC standards:
EN 55013: 2001 + A1:2003 + A2:2006
EN 55020: 2007 + A11:2011
EN 61000-3-2: 2006 + A1:2009 + A2:2009
EN 61000-3-3: 2008
This declaration attests that the manufacturing process quality control
and product documentation accord with the need to assure continued
compliance.
Issued in Berlin.
Signed:
Roland Stenz
Director EVE Audio
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Room Acoustics
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7. WARRANTY
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The manufacturer warranty is valid for a period of two (2) years after the
date of purchase.
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The warranty covers repair costs (labor and spare parts), product
replacement if applicable, and return transport within the country where
the product was bought.
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The warranty will be void if any of the following applies:
Damages have been caused by incorrect installation and/or connection,
Damages have been caused by misuse or negligence,
The unit has been tampered or modified in any way,
The unit has been repaired or modified by unqualified personnel,
Damages have been caused by factors beyond the reasonable control of
EVE Audio (lightning, fire, flood, etc.).
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The client should always keep the original packaging of any EVE Audio
product. Only products with original packaging are eligible for warranty
service. If the product is not packaged in its original box, EVE Audio will not
be liable for any damages occurred during transit.
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Should service be required during or after the warranty period, please
contact your local EVE Audio dealer or distributor.
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Room Acoustics
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