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Martin Audio ASX Specifications
Contents
1
Unpacking & handling
2
Electrical safety
3
Rear connector panels
4
Acoustical safety
5
Introduction
6
Specifications & dimensions
7
System set-up with MA Control Manager
8
System placement
9
System time/phase alignment
10 Warranties
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ASX ultra high performance active subwoofer
Important Safety Instructions
1. Read these instructions
2. Keep these instructions
3. Heed all warnings
4. Follow all instructions
5. Do not use this apparatus near water
6. Clean only with dry cloth
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding – type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus
11. Only use attachments / accessories specified by the manufacturer
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer,
or sold with the apparatus, When a cart is used use caution when moving the cart /
apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip – over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way such as power supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
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ASX ultra high performance active subwoofer
Preliminary User Guide
This manual contains important information on installing and operating your ASX subwoofer
correctly and safely. Please read it carefully before installing or operating the system. If in
doubt, contact Martin Audio Limited. Tel: +44 (0)1494 535312. Email info@martin-audio.com
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Unpacking & handling
Thank you
Thank you for purchasing a Martin Audio ASX ultra high power active subwoofer system.
Each Martin Audio ASX subwoofer is built to the highest standard and thoroughly inspected
before it leaves the factory.
Unpacking
After unpacking the system, examine it carefully for any signs of transit damage and inform
your dealer if any such damage is found.
We suggest that you retain the original packaging so that the system can be repacked at a
future date if necessary.
Please note that Martin Audio and its distributors cannot accept any responsibility for
damage to any returned product through the use of non-approved packaging.
Handling
The ASX subwoofer is delivered on wheels to ease delivery to site. Pocket handles are
provided for manoeuvring and final positioning.
We recommend removing the wheels and storing them in a safe place, once the ASX is
installed. This will save installation space and prevent rattling.
Please ensure that the wheel fixing holes are refitted with the M8 countersunk screws
provided to prevent air leakage noise.
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Electrical safety
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
!
Read these instructions
Follow all instructions
Heed all warnings
Keep these instructions for future reference
Approvals
This equipment has been tested by a Notified Body (Directive 89/336/EEC-EMC), pursuant to the
product family standard for audio professional use, and found to comply with EN55103-1, EN55103-2
(with limits for E4 and E5 electromagnetic environment) plus EN61000–3–2 and EN 61000–3-3.
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interferences in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply by Notified Body 0715 (Directive 73/23/EEC
L.V) pursuant to the audio apparatus safety requirements: Standard EN 60065.
This equipment has been tested by a Notified Body (Directive
89/336/EEC-EMC), pursuant to the product family standard for
audio professional use, and found to comply with EN55103-1 and
EN55103-2 standard (with the limits for E1, E2 and E3
electromagnetic environment) plus EN61000–3–2, EN61000–3-3.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply by Notified
Body 0715 (Directive 73/23/EEC L.V) pursuant to the audio
apparatus safety requirements: Standard EN 60065.
Caution
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover. There are no user-serviceable
parts inside the unit. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Call Martin Audio Limited
on +44 (0)1494 535312 or email info@martin-audio.com for service advice.
Installation
This product is for permanent location and should be installed by a qualified engineer. The
supply cable used should have conductors 1.5mm sq (14 AWG) or greater and must comply
with local regulations
The installer must provide a means of disconnection. This could be of the form of a mains
plug, an all pole mains switch, or an all pole circuit breaker. Where an all-pole mains switch
or circuit breaker is used, it must have a contact separation of 3mm in each pole and must
disconnect all poles simultaneously.
Safeguards
Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This unit has been engineered and
manufactured to assure your personal safety. Improper use can result in potential electrical
shock or fire hazards. In order not to defeat the safeguards, observe the following
instructions for installation and use.
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Location
Install the ASX powered subwoofer in a well ventilated place, where it will not be
directly exposed to high temperature or humidity.
Do not install the system in a location that is exposed to direct rays of the sun, or
near to hot appliances or radiators. Excessive heat can adversely affect the
operation and internal components.
Do not install the system in areas likely to be affected by dripping or splashing
liquids such as on floors likely to be washed with water or other liquids, in bar areas,
in food or drink preparation areas, in dish-washing areas etc
Do not install the ASX in dusty areas where its integral ventilation system – under
the front grille - may become blocked
Safety Rules
The ASX must be powered exclusively by an earth connected mains circuit in
electrical networks compliant to the IEC 364 or similar rules. It is absolutely vital that
the installer verifies this fundamental safety requirement. If you are in any doubt, get
the installation checked by qualified personnel before use. This apparatus must be
earthed.
We strongly recommend that you power the ASX by a mains supply with an easily
accessible on/off switch.
Before powering the ASX, via the Neutrik “Powercon” 20A connector, make sure
that the unit is supplied with the correct mains operating voltage:
100 - 240V ~ 50 - 60Hz
Martin Audio recommends the following mains supply current capability per ASX:
Mains voltage
230vac
120vac
100vac
Current reserve
5A rms
10A rms
12A rms
The ASX power section is protected by a F15A L type fuse – see caution below*
Do not spill water or other liquids into or on the unit
Do not use this unit if the electrical power cord is frayed or broken
Do not remove the cover. Removing the cover will expose you to potentially
dangerous voltage
Do not place flame sources such like lighted candles on the ASX subwoofer
Do not place drinks on the ASX subwoofer
Do not place vessels containing liquids (e.g. flower vases) on the ASX subwoofer
To prevent electric shock or fire
Do not expose the ASX powered subwoofer to rain or moisture
Do not expose the system to dripping or splashing liquids and no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on or near the system
Do not cover the grille – blocking the integral ventilation - with items such as
drapes, tarpaulins etc
*Operational caution
Be aware that, although the ASX’s internal time shaped limiters control excessive power and
reduce clipping distortion, driving the system hard into limiting for extended periods of time
may blow the power supply fuse.
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Rear connector panels
Mains inlet
The ASX mains inlet at the rear is a 20A Neutrik Powercon® chassis socket. A matching
20A Neutrik Powercon® NAC3FCA 3-pole cable plug is provided with the ASX subwoofer for
connection to the mains supply by a suitably qualified person. This apparatus must be
earthed.
Mains inlet panel
See section 4 for electrical safety details.
Signal input, data port and indicators
A separate rear panel provides a male and female pair of XLR connectors for analogue
signal input and link, an RJ45 socket for RS485 programming and control, two rotary
switches for setting the 2-digit RS485 address and seven function indicators – see below.
Signal input, control and indicator panel
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Recommended DB9-to-RJ45 data cable wiring
Indicator functions
PROTECT
The system is self-protecting against external faults (e.g. mains over
voltage) and internal faults (e.g. driver malfunction)
LIMIT
A user set limit or internal fixed limit has been exceeded
SIGNAL
An input signal has been detected
E-SAVE
The system is in power-saving mode – no input detected for approx. 1min
TEMP
The system is running too hot and has reduced level to lower temperature
READY
The system is powered and ready for use
ON
Mains power is present
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Acoustical safety
Minimum audience/staff distance
Please be aware that the ASX ultra high performance active subwoofer has been designed
for use in large scale installations. The ASX is capable of producing a sound pressure level
of 152dB at 1m from its grille when driven to full power.
Sound pressure in excess of 140dB spl – however short the exposure time - may cause
permanent hearing damage. A minimum listener distance of 4m for audience or staff is
strongly recommended.
Maximum pk spl limiters
Where a minimum listener distance of at least 4m is not feasible, we recommend limiting the
maximum peak sound pressure level by loading an ASX preset with the appropriate peak
limiter reduction.
System limiters should be set by an experienced sound system engineer.
Preset pk limiter reduction
Maximum spl at 1m
Safe listening distance for
single peak
0dB (as shipped)
152dB peak spl
4m
-6dB presets
146dB peak spl
2m
-12db presets
140dB peak spl
1m
Note that the minimum listening distances quoted in this section are to protect the listener
from single instances of maximum peak output only.
If in doubt, please email info@martin-audio.com for further advice.
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Introduction
The Martin Audio ASX subwoofer is a revolution in ultra-efficient, low frequency sound
reproduction – achieving the highest ever SPL from a single low frequency enclosure
housing a single drive unit.
At the heart of the ASX is a unique, patented* 21" (530mm) transducer/Class D
amplifier/DSP combination which provide double the output capability of a conventionally
driven loudspeaker driver of the same size. When incorporated into a Martin Audio Hybrid®
horn design, the complete system can deliver an unsurpassed 152dB peak output
(measured) from a single enclosure.
This is typically greater than can be achieved by two 2 x 18" (460mm) conventionally driven,
reflex subwoofers.
Additionally, the adaptive control loop technology maintains linearity up to the maximum
output level and power compression is virtually eliminated. The dynamic, low distortion sonic
signature of the ASX at full power is a revelation.
Hybrid® horn
Martin Audio’s trademark Hybrid® horn design marries the very high efficiency of a large
folded horn with the low frequency extension of a bass reflex enclosure.
With a path length of 2.13 metres (7ft), the horn dominates the output down to 40Hz. The
reflex ports take over below the horn cut-off frequency, extending output down to 30Hz. The
Hybrid® design maximises both the efficiency and bandwidth within the practical limits of
enclosure size and has the fast transient performance long associated with Martin Audio
bass horns.
The chamber housing the 21" (530mm) transducer is ported to the front of the enclosure,
with special attention given to the cross-section profile of the ports to equalise the air
pressure at the port entry and exit and reduce the air velocity at the inner and outer port
edges to reduce air noise. The port profile also minimises the acoustic resistance to
maximise the output from the ports.
Extensive bracing is employed throughout the 18mm birch ply enclosure and aluminium Uchannel bracing is incorporated into the access door to resist the unusually high pressures
generated within the driver chamber.
The ASX is ground stackable in letterbox orientation, with interlocking skids. Handles and
removable castors assist positioning during installation.
IPAL (Integrated Powered Adaptive Loudspeaker)
The IPAL principle maximises the efficiency of electro-acoustic conversion of a transducer
i.e. the way in which the mains input power is converted into actual acoustic output.
Traditional transducer design is compromised by the need to present an amplifier with a load
impedance that is as resistive as possible – which implies a loss of efficiency of the
transducer and also sets a limit on the current in the voice coil because of thermal
dissipation.
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A transducer that would minimise the voice coil resistance, maximise the Bl “force factor”, or
that would present a more reactive load, would enable a significant increase in the
conversion efficiency.
In the practical embodiment of the IPAL principle in the ASX, DSP controlled, active
feedback topology “emulates” an ideal virtual “target” transducer to maximise efficiency and
maintain linearity at maximum excursion. Distortion is reduced by up to 20dB and power
compression virtually eliminated.
The IPAL system in the ASX comprises a dedicated Class D amplifier module, a DSP
system, a 21" (530mm) transducer unlike any other and a differential pressure sensor.
The drive unit
A neodymium motor system of immense proportions, coupled with a voice coil impedance of
less than one ohm enables the drive unit to generate an unprecedented force upon the air
load presented by the enclosure. This ability dominates the rest of the driver’s electroacoustic parameters thus creating the “virtual transducer”.
By adjusting the processing in the control loop, fixed parameters such as moving mass,
resonant frequency and even cone area can be “virtually” adjusted and optimised.
To handle the unprecedented forces and resultant air pressures requires an extremely
strong cone material. Made from a mix of cellulose and carbon fibres, the cone has
excellent strength when in tension and compression – unlike woven aramid fibre cones,
whose compressive strength is much lower than their tensile capabilities.
Amplification and DSP
The efficient Class D amplifier topology in the ASX is capable of delivering a peak power of
8.5kW and dramatically reduces the amount of energy dissipated as heat, as well as being
much smaller and lighter than other amplifier topologies.
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The switch mode power supply, with Power Factor Correction for worldwide operation, has
very high voltage rails which can also provide high levels of current into the very low
impedance of the 21" (530mm) drive unit. The DSP system is programmed with a number of
parameters which represent the model of the ideal “target” loudspeaker. The actual audio
input signal is then processed, so that the real loudspeaker emulates this ideal target at all
power levels.
A differential pressure sensor is mounted close to the transducer and is part of a feedback
loop which generates an error signal feeding the DSP system to compensate for the non
linearity’s of the acoustical load and of the transducer.
Firmware upgrades and DSP programming are performed using a PC via a single RS485
port on the rear of the enclosure. Martin Audio Control Manager software is available to
configure the onboard DSP to provide system delay, EQ and filtering and level limiting.
Feature summary
General
Hybrid® horn/reflex loaded installation subwoofer
152dB max measured output at 1m in half space.
(See important cautions regarding minimum audience distance – section 4)
Almost non-existent power compression
IPAL 21“ ultra low impedance driver
High efficiency class D amplifier
DSP control
Virtual transducer parameters
DPC® pressure sense
Zero latency DSP feedback loop
Compatible with Martin Audio Control Manager software
International Patents
PCT/IT2006/000615
PCT/IT98/00031
US 6,281,767 B1
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Specifications & dimensions
Acoustical
TYPE
FREQUENCY RESPONSE (1)
MAXIMUM PEAK SPL (2)
RECOMMENDED CROSSOVER
Hybrid® horn/reflex active subwoofer
30-150Hz ± 3dB
152dB
60-120Hz
Driver
TYPE
PEAK DISPLACEMENT
MECHANICAL DAMAGE LIMIT
RATED POWER
21" (530mm) diameter/ 6" (150mm) voice coil
± 1.2" (30 mm)
± 1.5" (38mm)
2500W AES, 10000W peak
Audio input
CONNECTORS
INPUT IMPEDANCE
NOMINAL SYSTEM GAIN
INPUT LEVEL FOR MAX SPL
S/N RATIO
DISTORTION (100Hz)
Female XLR input, male XLR link output
10kΩ, balanced to ground
32dB
3.5V rms (+13dBu)
>105dB
<0.05%
Amplifier module
TYPE
PK-PK OUTPUT VOLTAGE
PK-PK OUTPUT CURRENT
AVERAGE EFFICIENCY
PEAK OUTPUT POWER
COOLING
Single channel switchmode, fixed frequency
390V
200A
85%
8500W
2 x temperature controlled, variable speed fans
1 x forced air blower, venting in to horn mouth
Power supply
TYPE
AC INPUT OPERATING RANGE
AC OVERVOLTAGE TOLERANCE
POWER FACTOR
NOMINAL POWER CONSUMPTION
MAINS CONNECTOR
Switch mode, fixed frequency with PFC
85V AC – 270V AC, 50/60Hz
400V AC
> 0.95
400VA
Neutrik® Powercon®
DSP control input
RS485 PORT
RJ45 socket
GENERAL
ENCLOSURE
FINISH
PROTECTIVE GRILLE
FITTINGS
INSTALL DIMENSIONS
(see next page)
DIMENSIONS
(INC. WHEELS)
WEIGHT
Extensively braced, multi-laminate birch ply
Black textured paint
Perforated steel
2 pocket handles on each side, 2 wooden skids on
top and bottom, 4 removable castors for
transportation
(W) 1200mm x (H) 600mm x (D) 1200mm
(W) 47.24ins x (H) 23.62ins x (D) 47.24ins
(W) 1328mm x (H) 600mm x (D) 1200mm
(W) 52.28ins x (H) 23.62ins x (D) 47.24ins
160kg (353lbs)
Notes:
1. Measured in half-space
2. Measured in half-space at 1 metre with band-limited pink noise
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Dimensions
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System set-up with MA Control Manager
MA Control Manager software (v2.2.22 or later) is available from your Martin Audio User
Guides CD or from the Downloads section of www.martin-audio.com.
Please refer to the MA Control Manager/RS485 users’ guide (January 2009) to familiarise
yourself with MA Control Manager.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Ensure that you have set the ASX rear panel address switches (section 3) to a
suitable 2-digit address – i.e. one that is not used by any other device on the
RS485 daisy-chain address 01 shown
Ensure that the end of your RS485 daisy-chain is terminated correctly (usually
with a 120 ohm resistor) to avoid potential data corruption
It is best to mute any audio signal to the ASX during the set-up
Apply power to the ASX and wait a moment for the rear panel Ready led to
come on
Connecting the RS485 cable “live” may cause low level clicks to be heard from
the ASX. This is quite normal
Boot up the MA Control Manager software and press the Find amplifiers button
in the bottom left of the window.
7)
You will get the following message, click on yes
8)
The software will automatically detect all amplifiers on the RS485 network.
Ensure that all the ASX and Martin Audio K-Series amplifiers have been found
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9)
Double-click on the appropriate ASX title (either in the Network or in the Status
column) – highlighted in blue in the above illustration – to open a detailed control
window for the selected ASX
10)
Click on the Load button in the PRESET area and browse to select the
appropriate preset for your ASX/main system combination.
A variety of ASX presets are available from your Martin Audio User Guides CD or from the
Downloads section of www.martin-audio.com. These can be copied and pasted to a suitable
place on your pc if you are a regular system installer. Most system can be set up using the
default preset (pre loaded) and simply setting the crossover point and any bass boost/cut.
Advanced Software Tools
The ASX contains a full DSP system. In the ASX control window you can set internal gain,
polarity and delay by entering the required values. PEQ filters and crossover points can also
be set but this requires a password since the EQ contain vital 'system EQ' see below for
explanation. To set filters and crossover points double click on the panel arrowed below.
You will see the filter window below. The yellow line shows the 'system EQ' and any high
pass / low pass / PEQ filters that are added. Below are the factory settings.
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Don’t be alarmed by the ‘system EQ’! The ASX uses a servo assisted current drive system
that results in an almost flat current response but a varying voltage response. The ‘system
EQ’ makes the voltage response and resulting acoustical response flat. The ‘system EQ’
does not, therefore, limit voltage head room.
Now that the system has been made flat, any additional filters will give the correct output.
In the case below this is an exact 120Hz 24dB\Oct Linkwitz Riley Low pass.
To change the low pass to the correct point for your system, enter a new value in the Freq
Hz box, use the drop down menus to change slope and filter type. In addition PEQ's can be
entered. Click on a line in the Filters/Eqs menu and it will highlight. Enter additional filter
values or PEQ values. Below shows a LR 24 lowpass at 80 Hz, with a PEQ peak at 35 Hz,
this would be a typical setting.
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System placement
Horizontal orientation
ASX horns flare from the badge end to allow ASXs to be paired to create one large bass
horn.
Horn flares this way >
Basic stereo placement
The horn flare asymmetry is usually insignificant when ASXs are used as single units well
away from boundaries. However, purists may wish to place stereo subs in mirror image to
ensure L-R symmetry.
Horn flares this way >
< Horn flares this way
Side wall effects
ASXs will act like one double-sized horn if placed near solid side walls.
<
ASX near left wall
>
ASX near right wall
< >
Do not rely on this effect unless the walls are very rigid. Thin/flexible partition walls will
resonate resulting in low frequency colouration and, possibly, significant absorption at some
frequencies.
Multiple ASX coupling
ASXs may be symmetrically coupled by placing them badge-to-badge.
< Wide combined horn flare >
High power Left-Centre-Right system
Left
Centre
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Right
Planar arrays for mega clubs
etc.
Gap <>
Gap <>
Gap <>
Horizontal planar arrays of ASX pairs give very smooth coverage, especially where ASX-toASX gaps can be minimised.
For the ultimate high power coverage consistency, ensure that the gaps are no larger than
shown below for various ASX operating bandwidths.
Gap
0.6m
1.2m
2.4m
4.8m
9
Smooth coverage range
>160Hz
>115Hz
>86Hz
>60Hz
System time/phase alignment
ASX systems should be placed with the subwoofer and main sound system grilles vertically
aligned wherever possible.
ASX grilles and main system grilles should be closely aligned so that they are at equal
distances from a central audience area – preferably a well positioned mix or reference
position. If systems need to be physically misaligned for structural reasons, extra delay may
be employed to compensate for the differing arrival times.
Note that electronic delay can only compensate for physical misalignment with reference to
a specific listening area - usually a listening reference point eg the mix position. In the
following example, aligning for maximum impact at the mix position will compromise
bleacher impact and vice versa.
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ASX sub-woofers may be time aligned without special test gear as follows:
1)
Start ASX loaded with the standard presets for the system combination in use
(see www.martin-audio.com web site for the latest ASX presets.
2)
Use a laser tape measure to measure the distance to the main system grille and the
ASX sub-woofer grille.
3)
If the ASX sub-woofers are closer than the main “top” system, increase the ASX
output delay via the RS485 port using the Control Manager software. Increase by
2.91ms for every metre of misalignment.
4)
If the main (top) system is closer than the ASX sub-woofers, increase the main
system delay using its controller input channel. Again, increase the delay by 2.91ms
for every metre of misalignment.
5)
Fine adjust the delay by switching the ASX sub-woofers to reverse polarity, listening
to narrow band noise in the crossover region and adjusting the delay for a dip in
level.
(Note: You MUST complete steps 1-3 before fine tuning!)
6)
Don’t forget to switch the ASX sub-woofers back to normal polarity for
maximum summation and impact!
10 Warranties
ASX cabinet, fittings and cone driver
Martin Audio ASX cabinets, fittings and cone drivers are warranted against manufacturing
defects in materials or craftsmanship over a period of 5 years from the date of original
purchase.
During the warranty period Martin Audio will, at its discretion, either repair or replace
products which prove to be defective provided that the product is returned in its original
packaging, shipping prepaid, to an authorised Martin Audio service agent or distributor.
Martin Audio Ltd. cannot be held responsible for defects caused by unauthorised
modifications, improper use, negligence, exposure to inclement weather conditions, act of
God or accident, or any use of this product that is not in accordance with the instructions
provided by Martin Audio.
Martin Audio is not liable for consequential damages. This warranty is exclusive and no
other warranty is expressed or implied. This warranty does not affect your statutory rights.
ASX power module
Martin Audio power modules are warranted against manufacturing defects in materials or
craftsmanship over a period of 1 year from the date of original purchase.
During the warranty period Martin Audio will, at its discretion, either repair or replace
products which prove to be defective provided that the product is returned in its original
packaging, shipping prepaid, to an authorised Martin Audio service agent or distributor.
Martin Audio Ltd. cannot be held responsible for defects caused by unauthorised
modifications, improper use, negligence, exposure to inclement weather conditions, act of
God or accident, or any use of this product that is not in accordance with the instructions
provided by Martin Audio.
Martin Audio is not liable for consequential damages. This warranty is exclusive and no
other warranty is expressed or implied. This warranty does not affect your statutory rights.
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