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OWNER'S MANUAL
Thank you for your purchase of the Amplifier.
Please read this instruction manual carefully and use the product correctly.
Before use, be sure to read “Using the Amplifier Safely and Correctly”.
Please keep this instruction manual together with the warranty in a place where it can be
accessed at any time.
Contents
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■Contents
Introduction..........................................................................................................................12
Using the Amplifier Safely and Correctly.............................................................................13
Precautions on Use .............................................................................................................15
Names and Functions of Parts ............................................................................................16
Example of Connection .......................................................................................................18
Care and Specifications ......................................................................................................19
Warranty and After Service .................................................................................................20
Introduction
■Packed items
rSpeaker cable (3.0 m) x 2
qAmplifier x 1
tRCA to RCA cable (1.6 m) x 1
(Not provided for TD307PAII)
yRCA to stereo mini jack (1/8")
cable (1.6 m) x 1
wAC adaptor x 1
ePower cable (2.0 m) x 1
uStereo mini jack (1/8”)
to stereo mini jack (1/8”) cable
(For Japan and the USA)
iLogo sticker x 1
(For the UK)
oInstruction manual x 1
(For Germany)
!0Warranty
This amplifier is designed based on the time domain logic to demonstrate the speaker’s
capacity to the maximum.
<<What is time domain logic?>>
Time domain logic is a logic that was developed to correctly reproduce the variation over
time from the point where the sound waves appear to the point where they disappear, and
make the waves of the reproduced sound as faithful as possible to the original sound.
“Time domain audio systems” that enhance reproducibility using time domains following
this logic have made it possible to more faithfully reproduce the orientation of sound, and
fine and delicate expressions imparted to music by the performer.
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Using the Amplifier Safely and Correctly
■Before Use
The following indications are given in this instruction manual and on the product itself to ensure that
you use the product safely and correctly, and to prevent hazards posed to the customer or other
people, and damage to property. Make sure you understand the information in these indications
before reading the main text.
Ignoring this indication and handling the product incorrectly may lead to
death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Ignoring this indication and handling the product incorrectly may lead to
injury or property damage.
WARNING
● Do not use any voltage other than that marked on the product body.
This can lead to fire, electric shock, or product failure.
● Do not open the amplifier cabinet.
This can lead to electric shock or injury. If internal inspection, adjustment or repairs are
required, please consult Fujitsu Ten.
Do not modify the product.
This can lead to fire or electric shock.
● Do not use the amplifier in a bathroom, anywhere where it will be exposed to rain, or in an
environment with high humidity.
This can lead to fire or electric shock.
● Do not place a vase, flower pot, cup, or any vessel containing cosmetics, chemicals or water on
or near the amplifier.
If water or foreign matter gets inside the amplifier, it could lead to fire or electric shock.
● Do not use any power cable other than the one supplied with the product.
Using another power cable could lead to fire or accidents.
● Do not damage the power cable, bend it excessively, twist it, modify it, or rest the amplifier on it.
Note also that resting heavy objects on the power cable, subjecting it to heat or pulling on it
could break the cable, leading to fire or electric shock.
● Do not make too many connections at the same location.
This can cause fire due to heat generation.
● If the power cable is damaged (i.e. the wire cores are exposed or broken), replace it.
Continuing to use a damaged cable can lead to fire or electric shock.
● If you notice any abnormal status, such as an abnormal noise, heat buildup on the plug or
cable, emission of smoke, or a strange smell, switch the power off, disconnect the cable from
the power outlet, and request an inspection.
Continuing to use the product in the abnormal status could lead to fire or electric shock.
● If you drop or break the amplifier, turn off the power switch on the equipment itself, remove the
plug (POWER) from the power outlet, then contact Fujitsu Ten. Continuing to use the amplifier
in this condition may lead to fire or electric shock.
● When thunder starts, for the sake of safety, promptly remove the plug from the power outlet and
avoid touching the antenna wire or plug. Thunder can lead to fire, electric shock, or product failure.
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WARNING
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CAUTION
● Do not remove the plug from the power outlet by pulling on the cable.
This can damage the cable, leading to fire or electric shock.
● Do not insert or remove the power plug with wet hands.
This can lead to electric shock.
● Do not run the power cable close to hot equipment.
The insulation on the cable will melt, leading to fire or electric shock.
● Plug the power supply plug into the outlet up to the base of the pins. If it is incompletely
inserted, heat will be generated and may lead to a fire when dust settles. In addition, anyone
touching the pins of the plug may sustain an electric shock.
● Do not connect to a power outlet in which the power plug is loose even though it has been
inserted up to the base of the pins. Heat will be generated and may lead to a fire. Request an
electrician to inspect the outlet.
● If dust or metal debris adheres to the pins of the power plug or close to them, take the power
plug out of the outlet and remove the dust/metal with a dry cloth. Using the plug with the
dust/metal present can lead to fire or electric shock.
● Do not place the amplifier in or overhead or unstable locations, such as on a rickety stand or a
platform with a slope. The amplifier may fall, leading to injuries or product failure.
● Do not place the amplifier in a location where it will be exposed to oil smoke or water vapor,
such as next to a kitchen table or humidifier. This can lead to fire or accidents.
● Do not place the amplifier in a location where it is struck directly by a cool air stream.
This can lead to condensation, current leakage or burning.
● Do not place the amplifier in a location where it is exposed to direct sunlight for long periods of
time or close to heating equipment. This can lead to deformation or discoloration of the
cabinet, or to fire.
● Do not place the amplifier in any extremely cold location.
This can lead to product failure or accidents.
● Do not place the amplifier close to naked flame.
This can lead to product failure or accidents.
● If there is any radio interference due, for example, to proximity to a tuner, install the tuber and
amplifier at a greater distance from each other.
● Before moving the amplifier, first switch off the power supply to the connected devices and
disconnect the power supply cable, the connecting cables to each device, the speaker cables,
and so on.
If you move the amplifier with the cables connected, a cable could be damaged, leading to fire
or electric shock.
● Before cleaning/caring for the product, be sure to switch off the power supply and remove the
power cable plug from the power outlet. Otherwise you could sustain an electric shock or
injuries.
● If you do not use the amplifier for a long time, for example when you are on vacation, for the
sake of safety always switch off the power supply and remove the power cable plug from the
power outlet.
Otherwise there will be a danger of fire.
● Before connecting a TV or any other audio device, be sure to switch off the power supply,
carefully read the instruction manuals of the devices involved, and make the connections in
accordance with the directions in these manuals.
● Before turning on the power, make sure that the volumes of the subwoofer and the amplifier are
set to minimum.
Otherwise a very loud noise could suddenly be generated, causing hearing impairment or other
problems.
● If you hear an abnormal sound while the audio equipment is operating at a high volume, turn
the volume down.
If you continue to use the amplifier at the high volume, or use it for a long time while it is
producing distorted sound, the speaker will heat up, and this could lead to fire.
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Precautions on Use
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■ Before turning the power on, and before switching inputs, always set the volume to minimum.
A sudden large output could damage the connected speaker system.
■ Depending on the location, your enjoyment of music could annoy other people. Please set the volume
to a suitable level so as not to disturb the neighbors.
At nighttime particularly, even a low volume of sound will travel.
Please respect each other’s concerns so as to maintain a comfortable living environment.
■ Make sure that the power to all devices is off before connecting the speaker.
If the speaker cord is short-circuited accidentally, it activates the protection circuit in the amplifier,
leading to a temporary suspension of voice output.
In such occasion, disconnect the power cable plug from the outlet temporarily, repair then the shortcircuit and reconnect the plug to use the amplifier.
The negative side of the amplifier output is not connected to the ground. Take care not to connect it to
the negative side of other devices using the speaker selector, or others.
■ If the amplifier becomes soiled, wipe it lightly with a soft cloth moistened with a neutral detergent.
Do not use thinners or benzene.
Names and Functions of Parts
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■Main Unit
1 Power indicator
It glows when the power is turned “ON”.
2 Power supply switch with the volume
adjust function
The knob turns “ON” or “OFF” the power
supply and adjusts the sound volume. Turning
the knob to right turns on the power with a
“click” sound and raises the sound volume.
Turning the knob to left brings down the sound
volume and turns OFF the power supply
ultimately with a “click”.
* When connecting to a player like a portable
CD player or the headphone terminal of PC or
other devices, raise the sound volume
appropriately at the player or PC.
2
1
3 RCA line input terminal (LINE 1)
Connect the devices with the RCA cable.
* When connecting to a player like a portable
CD player or the headphone jack of PC, use
the attached RCA to stereo mini jack (1/8”)
cable.
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7
3
4
5
6
9
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5 Stereo mini jack (1/8”) line input terminal
(LINE 2)
Connect the devices with the stereo mini (1/8”)
cable.
* When connecting to a player like a portable
CD player or the headphone jack of PC, use
the attached stereo mini jack (1/8”) to stereo
mini jack (1/8”) cable.
4 Stereo mini jack (1/8”) line output terminal
This is the terminal to output signals from the
amplifier to the subwoofer. Sound volume will
change interlocked with the turns of volume
adjust knob on the amplifier.
* The product has not the low pass filter
function. Adjust it at the subwoofer side.
* If connected to this terminal, the bypass filter
function applies to the speaker output. (Cut-off
frequency: 80Hz)
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6 Power supply terminal
This connects to the power supply.
* Never use any AC adaptor other than the
attached in any event.
Otherwise it could lead to fault or fire.
7 AC adaptor
8 Speaker output terminals
When connecting, connect it securely with care
not to touch the end of speaker cord to next
terminal.
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5 Line input selector switch
This switch selects the line inputs to the
amplifier.
Left side: RCA line input (LINE 1)
Right side: Stereo mini jack (1/8”) line input
(LINE 2)
Example Connection
■Player + Amplifier + Speaker
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To the line output terminal of CD player or other devices
To the line output terminal of CD player or other devices
To the headphone output terminal of PC or other devices
To the headphone output terminal of PC or other devices
RCA to stereo mini jack
(1/8") cable
RCA to stereo mini jack
(1/8") cable
Stereo mini jack (1/8")
to stereo mini jack (1/8") cable
Amplifier
RCA to RCA cable
(Not provided for TD307PAII)
Speaker
Speaker
Power cable
Speaker cable
To outlet
AC adaptor
■Player + Amplifier + Speaker + Subwoofer
To the line output terminal of CD player or other devices
To the headphone output terminal of PC or other devices
To the line output terminal of CD player or other devices
To the headphone output terminal of PC or other devices
RCA to RCA cable
(Not provided for TD307PAII)
Stereo mini jack (1/8")
to stereo mini jack (1/8") cable
RCA to stereo
mini jack (1/8") cable
Amplifier
RCA to stereo mini jack (1/8") cable
Speaker
Speaker
Speaker cable
Power cable
To subwoofer
AC adaptor
Stereo mini jack (1/8")
to RCA cable (Optional)
To outlet
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Care and Specifications
■Care
■Specifications
Before attending to the care of the amplifier,
be sure to turn the power OFF and remove
the power cable plug from the power outlet.
Remove any soiling on the product by wiping
lightly with a soft cloth.
If the soiling is severe, wet the cloth with
water, wring it out well, wipe the soiling off,
and then finish with a dry cloth.
Do not wipe the product with benzene or any
thinner.
This could damage the surface of the cabinet.
[Amplifier section]
Rated output : 12 W
(Load 8
Thinner
■If the amplifier operates abnormally
If, during use, the amplifier is subjected to
strong external noise (abnormal power supply
voltage caused by excessive impact, static
electricity, or a lightning strike), or it is handled
incorrectly, it may stop operating correctly.
If this happens, turn the POWER switch
“OFF”.
Upon turning the power back ON, check that
operation is normal.
(If the fault remains, please contact Fujitsu
Ten.)
■Notice for WEEE directive
In accordance with the WEEE directive,
whenever this product is sold in member
states of the EU after August 13, 2005 it must
mandatorily bear the WEEE mark.
When disposing of this product in an EU
member state, do so in accordance with the
laws of that state, for example by returning it
to the distributor.
※WEEE : Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment.
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, THD: At 1%)
Max. output : 15 W
(Load 8 , THD: At 10%)
Output type : BLT output
Total high frequency distortion factor :
0.05% (At 1 W output: 1 kHz)
Frequency characteristic : 10 Hz to 100 kHz
(+/-3 dB)
Input sensitivity : 180 mVrms
(At 12 W output)
Signal/noise ratio : 85 dB
Degree of separation : 50 dB
Input impedance : 10 k
Compatible load impedance : 8
Outside dimensions :
W 159 x D 137 x H 154 (mm)
Weight
: 930g
[AC adaptor]
Input voltage : 100 VAC (Japan)
120 VAC (North America)
230 VAC (Europe)
Output voltage : +17 VDC
Output curren : 2.9 ADC
Outside dimensions:
W 121 x D 56 x H 33 (mm)
Weight
: 360 g
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Benzene
Please note that the specifications and
external appearance of the amplifier are
subject to change without notice for the sake
of improvement.
Warranty and After Service
■Warranty (appended)
■When repairs are requested
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Read the warranty carefully and then keep it in
a safe place.
Term of the warranty
The term is one year from the date of
purchase.
Note that charges may be made even during
the warranty term: read the warranty carefully.
■Minimum retention time of performance
parts for repairs
[During the warranty term]
Please submit the warranty certificate when
requesting repairs.
We will repair the product in accordance with
the stipulations on the warranty.
[After the warranty term has ended]
If the product can be made usable through
repairs, we will undertake the repair work on a
fee-charging basis.
The minimum retention time for performance
parts for repairs to this product is 8 years after
manufacture ceases.
This term is in accordance with MITI
guidelines.
“Performance parts for repairs” means those
parts that are necessary to maintain the
performance of the product.
■For consultation about repairs or
any point you are unsure about:
Please use the contact details below for
“Fujitsu Ten ECLIPSE TD information.”
Eclipse TD (UK) Ltd
Inspect your audio equipment for a long service life!
Caring Inspections
Have you
noticed any of
these
symptoms?
●The power cable or plug is abnormally hot.
●There is a burning smell.
●There is a deep cut in the power cable or it
is deformed.
●Other abnormalities or failures
Stop Using the Product.
To prevent product failure or accidents, turn the power
off, remove the power cable from the power outlet, and
request an inspection without fail. For details about the
charges for inspection and repairs, contact Fujitsu Ten.
Tel:+44 (0)20 7328 4499
Fax:+44 (0)20 7624 6384
mailto:[email protected]
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