Alto ELVIS SPEAKER Owner`s manual

Alto ELVIS SPEAKER Owner`s manual
R
LTO
OWNER'S MANUAL
ELVIS SPEAKER ENCLOSURES
PASSIVE AND ACTIVE MODELS
www.altoproaudio.com
Version 2.0 SEPTEMBER 2007
English
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER OR
THE BACK PANEL OF THIS EQUIPMENT.
THERE ARE NO PARTS NEEDED BY USER
INSIDE THE EQUIPMENT. FOR SERVICE,
PLEASE CONTACT QUALIFIED SERVICE
CENTERS.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock
and fire, do not expose this equipment
to moisture or rain.
Dispose of this product should
not be placed in municipal waste
and should be separate collection.
11. Move this Equipment only with a cart,
stand, tripod, or bracket,
This symbol, wherever used, alerts you to the
specified by the
presence of un-insulated and dangerous voltages
manufacturer, or
within the product enclosure. These are voltages that
sold with the
may be sufficient to constitute the risk of electric
Equipment. When
shock or death.
a cart is used, use
This symbol, wherever used, alerts you to
caution when
important operating and maintenance instructions.
moving the cart /
Please read.
equipment
Protective Ground Terminal
combination to
AC mains (Alternating Current)
avoid possible
Hazardous Live Terminal
injury from tip-over.
ON: Denotes the product is turned on.
12. Permanent hearing loss may be caused by
OFF: Denotes the product is turned off.
exposure to \ extremely high noise levels.
CAUTION
The US. Government's Occupational Safety
Describes precautions that should be observed to
and Health Administration (OSHA) has
prevent damage to the product.
specified the permissible exposure to noise
1. Read this Manual carefully before operation.
level.
2. Keep this Manual in a safe place.
These are shown in the following chart:
3. Be aware of all warnings reported
with this symbol.
HOURS X DAY SPL EXAMPLE
4. Keep this Equipment away from water and
90 Small gig
8
moisture.
92 train
6
5. Clean it only with dry cloth. Do not use
95 Subway train
4
solvent or other chemicals.
97 High level desktop monitors
3
6. Do not damp or cover any cooling opening.
100 Classic music concert
2
Install the equipment only in accordance with
the Manufacturer's instructions.
102
1,5
105
1
7. Power Cords are designed for your safety. Do
110
0,5
not remove Ground connections! If the plug
does not fit your AC outlet, seek advice from
0,25 or less 115 Rock concert
a qualified electrician. Protect the power
According to OSHA, an exposure to high SPL in
cord and plug from any physical stress to
excess of these limits may result in the loss of
avoid risk of electric shock. Do not place
heat. To avoid the potential damage of heat, it is
heavy objects on the power cord. This could
cause electric shock or fire.
recommended that Personnel exposed to
equipment capable of generating high SPL use
8. Unplug this equipment when unused for long
hearing protection while such equipment is
periods of time or during a storm.
under operation.
9. Refer all service to qualified service personnel
The apparatus shall be connected to a mains
only. Do not perform any servicing other than
those instructions contained within the
socket outlet with a protective earthing
User's Manual.
connection.
10. To prevent fire and damage to the product,
use only the recommended fuse type as
indicated in this manual. Do not short-circuit
the fuse holder. Before replacing the fuse,
make sure that the product is OFF and
disconnected from the AC outlet.
The mains plug or an appliance coupler is used
as the disconnect device, the disconnect device
shall remain readily operable.
IN THIS MANUAL:
1. INTRODUCTION..................................................................................1
2. QUICK START - PASSIVE SPEAKER CABINETS.......................................2
-. For Passive Full-range Speakers
-. For Passive Subwoofer & Satellite Speakers
3. QUICK START - ACTIVE SPEAKER CABINETS.........................................4
-. For Active Full-range Speakers
-. For Active Subwoofer & Satellite Speakers
4.CONNECTIONS....................................................................................10
-. PASSIVE FULL-RANGE Speaker for ELVIS10/ELVIS12/ELVIS15/ELVIS12M/ELVIS15M
-. PASSIVE SUBWOOFER Speaker for ELVIS12S/ELVIS15S
-. Active FULL-RANGE Speaker for ELVIS10A/ELVIS12/AELVIS15A/ELVIS12MA/ELVIS15MA
-. Active SUBWOOFER Speaker for ELVIS12SA/ELVIS15SA
5. WIRE CONNECTIONS..........................................................................13
6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION.................................................................14
7. WARRANTY........................................................................................20
1. INTRODUCTION
Thank you for your purchasing one of our ELVIS speaker enclosures. It is just
one of the many Alto products that a talented, multinational Team of Audio
Engineers and Musicians have developed with their great passion for music.
We design all our transducers and cabinets in Emilia-Romagna of Italy, a
lowland famous for music and fast cars. In fact, Lamborghini, Maserati and
Ferrari are made just a few miles away from our design centers. The same
area has a long tradition in designing and manufacturing some of the world's
best professional transducers. Your ELVIS speaker cabinet is capable of very
high sound pressure level and it has been created to give you a performance
that is better than any loudspeaker in this range. They are flexible in their
passive and active configurations and can be used with single and multiple
subwoofers. The active models even include a microphone preamplifier and a
three-band graphic equalizer.
Enjoy your ELVIS speaker and make sure to read this Manual carefully before
operation!
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2. QUICK START - PASSIVE SPEAKER CABINET
UP
Passive, Full-range, two speakers. This is the simplest set-up. You just need
a mixer and a stereo amplifier. It is good for small club gigs, disco,etc.
Make all initial connections with all the equipment powered off, and ensure that
all the main volume controls are turned down completely.
1). Connect one side of the speaker cable to the Output CHA/CHB or Binding
Post of your stereo power amplifier and the other side to the Input socket
of your Elvis speaker cabinet.
2). Complete other connections as illustrated.
3). Turn on your mixer first, then the stereo power amplifier.
4). Turn up the volume controls of your amplifier to about 70%.
5). Use PFL function to get the proper input level for the mixer, and adjust the
Main Mix Level control to manipulate the output level.
6). After use, turn off your stereo power amplifier first, then the mixer.
STEREO AMPLIFIER
D1
SIG CLIP PROT
18
16
20
6
500W
SIG CLIP PROT
18
22
24
26
12
CH1
28
30 (dB)
16
20
2
22
24
26
12
6
CH2
28
30 (dB)
MIXER
If you use a powered mixer for the passive speakers, it is no need to use an
amplifier. make sure all the main volume controls of your power mixer are turned
down completely.
1). Connect one side of the speaker cable to the SPEAKER OUT of your powered
mixer and the other side to the Input socket of your Elvis speaker cabinet.
2). Use PFL function to get the proper input level for the mixer, and adjust the
Main Mix Level control to manipulate the output level.
3). After use, turn down of the Main Mix Level control first, then turn off the
powered mixer.
LINE IN
LTO
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APM120
12 CHANNEL 1000 WATT POWERED MIXER WITH
24-BIT MULTI-EFFECTS PROCESSOR
LINE IN
MAIN OUT R
MAIN OUT L
POWERED MIXER
2
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3. QUICK START - PASSIVE SPEAKER CABINETS
UP
Passive, Full-range, four speakers. It is similar to the first set-up but four
speakers are connected instead of two.
1).Follow the same steps as described above.
2).Connect the THROUGH socket of the first Elvis cabinet to the INPUT socket
of the second Elvis cabinet.
NOTE: Every time you connect Elvis cabinets this way your parallel them to
the output of the amplifier that will read half of the impedance of one speaker.
THROUGH
INPUT
INPUT
THROUGH
D1
SIG CLIP PROT
18
16
20
6
500W
SIG CLIP PROT
18
22
24
26
12
CH1
28
30 (dB)
16
20
2
22
24
26
12
6
CH2
28
30 (dB)
STEREO AMPLIFIER
MIXER
3
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3. QUICK START - PASSIVE SPEAKER CABINETS
UP
Passive two subwoofers and two satellite speakers. With this example, the
stereo amplifier drives both the subwoofers and the satellites. In this case we
do not call them full-range anymore because they receive a signal from the
subwoofer that is already xovered at 125 Hz. In this way, the high energetic
content of the low frequencies is limited to the subwoofer and the satellite's
woofer act like a mid-woofer.
1). Connect one side of speaker cable to the Output CHA/CHB or Binding Post
of your stereo power amplifier and the other side to the Input socket of your
subwoofer, with the second speaker cable connect the Output of the sub
-woofer to the Input of satellite.
2). Complete other connections as illustrated.
3). Turn on your mixer first, then the stereo power amplifier.
4). Turn up the volume controls of your amplifier to about 70%.
5). Use PFL function to get the proper input level for the mixer, and adjust the
Main Mix Level control to manipulate the output level.
6). After use, turn off your stereo power amplifier first, then the mixer.
STEREO AMPLIFIER
INPUT
INPUT
D1
SIG CLIP PROT
18
16
OUTPUT
20
6
500W
SIG CLIP PROT
18
22
24
26
12
CH1
28
30 (dB)
16
20
2
22
24
26
12
6
CH2
OUTPUT
28
30 (dB)
INPUT
INPUT
ELVIS SUBWOOFER
ELVIS SUBWOOFER
MIXER
4
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3. QUICK START - ACTIVE SPEAKER CABINETS
UP
Active, Full-range, two speakers. It is similar to the passive example but you
do not need a power amplifier in between the mixer and the 2 ELVIS speakers
Make all initial connections with all the equipment powered off, and ensure that
all the main volume controls are turned down completely.
1). Connect one side of the signal cable at your mixer into the Main Output Left
/ Right (with 1/4"Jack or XLR) and the other side of the cable in to the Line
Input (COMBO) of your ELVIS active speaker cabinet (with1/4"Jack or XLR).
2). Connect the power cord to mains.
3). Turn ON your mixer first, then the ELVIS cabinets.
4). Turn up the volume control of the ELVIS cabinets.
5). Use PFL function to get the proper input level for the mixer, and adjust the
Main Mix Level control to reach the desired output level.
6). After use, turn off your active speaker cabinets first, then the mixer.
LINE IN
LINE IN
MAIN OUT L
MAIN OUT R
MIXER
5
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3. QUICK START - ACTIVE SPEAKER CABINETS
UP
Active, Full-range, multiple speakers. This solution is particularly flexible when
you have a large stage and for fixed installations where you want to send the
same signal to different zones like in a Bar, Pub, Restaurant, Church, etc. Each
ELVIS cabinet has its own volume control so you can adjust different volumes in
different zones.
1). Follow the above steps connecting the MAIN OUTPUTS of the mixer to the
LINE INPUTS of 2 Elvis active cabinets.
2). Connect the LINE OUT socket of the first ELVIS cabinet to the LINE IN
socket of the subsequent piece. You can connect as many speakers as you
wish in this way.
LINE IN
LINE OUT
LINE IN
LINE IN
LINE OUT
LINE OUT
LINE IN
LINE IN
LINE OUT
LINE OUT
LINE IN
LINE IN
LINE OUT
LINE IN
MIXER
6
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3. QUICK START - ACTIVE SPEAKER CABINETS
UP
Active, two subwoofers & two satellite speakers. In this example, the mixer is
connected to the ELVIS subwoofers and then a 125 Hz xovered line signal is sent
to the respective satellites. In this way, the high energetic content of the low
frequencies is limited to the subwoofer and the satellite' s woofer act like a mid
-woofer. As a consequence the satellites built-in amplifier is not stressed by low
frequency content.
1). Connect one side of signal cable at your mixer into Main Output Left/Right
(with1/4" Jack or XLR) and the other side of the cable into the Left/Mono
Input (COMBO) of the ELVIS active subwoofers; with the second signal cable
connect the Left/Mono Line Output of the subwoofer (Stereo/Mono-Jack
or XLR) to the Line input (COMBO) of the active satellite (with Stereo - Jack
or XLR).
2). Connect the power cord to mains.
3). Turn on your mixer first, then the active speaker cabinets.
4). Turn up the volume control of the active speaker cabinets.
5). Use PFL function to get the proper input level for the mixer, and adjust the
Main Mix Level control to manipulate the output level.
6). After use, turn off your active speaker cabinets first, then the mixer.
LINE IN
LINE IN
LINE OUT LEFT/MONO
LINE OUT LEFT/MONO
MAIN OUT RIGHT
MAIN OUT LEFT
LINE IN LEFT/MONO
LINE IN LEFT/MONO
ELVIS SUBWOOFER
ELVIS SUBWOOFER
MIXER
7
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3. QUICK START - ACTIVE SPEAKER CABINETS
UP
Active, one subwoofer and two satellite speakers.
This is a very popular combination, especially in small size clubs where there is
no need for two subwoofers.
1). Connect one side of signal cable at your mixer into Main Output Left (with
1/4"Jack or XLR) and the other side of the cable into the Left Input of the
ELVIS active subwoofer. Repeat for the RIGHT channel. With the second
signal cable connect the Left Line Output of the subwoofer (Stereo/Mono
-Jack or XLR) to the Line input (COMBO) of the active satellite (with Stereo
-Jack or XLR). Repeat for the RIGHT channel
2). Connect the power cord to mains.
3). Turn on your mixer first, then the active speaker cabinets.
4). Turn up the volume control of the active speaker cabinets.
5). Use PFL function to get the proper input level for the mixer, and adjust the
Main Mix Level control to manipulate the output level.
6). After use, turn off your active speaker cabinets first, then the mixer.
LINE IN
LINE IN
LINE OUT LEFT
LINE OUT RIGHT
LINE IN LEFT
MAIN OUT LEFT
LINE IN RIGHT MAIN OUT RIGHT
ELVIS SUBWOOFER
MIXER
8
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3. QUICK START - ACTIVE SPEAKER CABINETS
UP
Active, with Microphone and Line Level instruments.
Your Elvis cabinets come with both Line-level and with Microphone Inputs. You
can directly connect a microphone into your Elvis cabinet using the MIC input
and a keyboard or an electric guitar (you must interconnect a D/I Box if you
want to use the guitar) and use the relative level controls as a simple mixer.
You can then use the resident 3-bands graphic equalizer to fine-tune your sound.
This configuration is good for presentation, meetings, aerobic centers and
fashion shows (you can also connect a wireless microphone into the Line input,
or for "One Man band" performances.)
MIC INPUT
LINE INPUT
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4. CONNECTIONS
HT
-. PASSIVE FULL-RANGE: ELVIS10/ELVIS12/ELVIS15/ELVIS12M/ELVIS15M
1). INPUT: Receive the signal coming from an external power amplifier.
(SPK +1/-1 connected; +2/-2 not connected).
2). THRU: Direct LINK to connect in parallel a second speaker cabinet
(SPK +1/-1 connected; +2/-2 not connected).
R
R
LTO
LTO
ELVIS 12
ELVIS 12S
SOUND REINFORCEMENT SPEAKER SYSTEM
Power Handling:
AES - 180 Watts
PEAK - 360 Watts
POWER HANDLING:
AES - 200 Watts
PEAK - 400 Watts
IMPEDANCE:
8 ohms nominal
IMPEDANCE:
4 ohms nominal
MODEL
MODEL
SERIAL
SERIAL
DESIGNED AND DEVELOPMENT IN ITALY
INPUT
DESIGNED AND DEVELOPMENT IN ITALY
THRU
LINK
(1)
(2)
INPUT
OUTPUT
(1)
(2)
-. PASSIVE SUBWOOFERS: ELVIS12S/ELVIS15S
1). INPUT: Receive the signal coming from an external amplifier.
(SPK +1/-1 connected;+2/-2 not connected).
2). OUTPUT: Power output for satellite speaker, under passive crossover
filtered at 125Hz (SPK +1/-1 connected; +2/-2 not connected).
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4. CONNECTIONS
HT
ACTIVE FULL- RANGE :
TIDE
3
PUSH
2
NEW
MIC IN
(11)
(10)
MIC GAIN
-10dB
-45dB
-6dB
+6dB
-6dB
+6dB
-6dB
+6dB
HIGH
(9)
MIDDLE
LOW
(8)
VOLUME
MODEL
SERIAL
1
3
TIDE
+4dBu
2
LINE-IN
PUSH
-
NEW
1). ON-OFF power switch.
2). Input AC power socket
with main fuse.
3). Ground lift Switch.
4). POWER, blue LED, indicate
ON status.
5). SIGN/COMP, signal/
compressor, Green/red LED
6). LINE OUT at + 4dB on XLR
connector
7). LINE IN at + 4dB on COMBO
connector.
8). VOLUME main power amplifier
control.
9). LOW/MID/HIGH, EQ tone
control at +/-6dB.
10). GAIN control for microphone
-10/-45dB.
11). MIC IN on balanced XLR,
for microphone.
1
ELVIS10A/ELVIS12A/ELVIS15A/ELVIS12MA/ELVIS15MA
(6)
LINE-OUT
AC INPUT: 230V~ 50Hz
(7)
GND
(3)
ON
SIGN
COMP
(2)
Use only with a 250V fuse
OFF
POWER
(5)
(4)
(1)
3 BANDS EQ
You have three EQ control on your Elvis 2-way active cabinets each providing
providing +/-6dB of boost and cut. The signal will be unaffected when the
controls or on center position.
- HI
If you turn this control up you will boost all the frequencies above 12 kHz
(shelving filter). You will add transparency to vocals and guitar and also make
cymbals crispier. Turn the control down to cut all frequencies above 12 kHz.
In such way you can reduce sibilances of human voice or reduce the hiss of a
Tape player.
- MID
This is a peaking filter and it will boost/cuts frequencies with their center at
2.5 kHz. This control will affect especially upper male and lower female vocal
ranges and also the harmonics of most musical instruments.
- LOW
If you turn this control up you will boost all frequencies below 80 Hz. You will
give more punch to bass drums and bass guitar; and you will make the male
vocalist more "macho". Turn it down and you will cut all the frequencies below
80 Hz. In this way you can avoid low-frequency vibrations and resonance thus
preserving the life of your woofers.
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4. CONNECTIONS
HT
ACTIVE SUBWOOFERS: ELVIS12 SA/ELVIS15 SA
1). ON-OFF main power switch.
2). Input AC power socket with main fuse.
3). Ground lift Switch.
4). POWER, blue LED, indicate ON status.
5). SIGN/COMP, signal/compressor, green/red LED
6). LEFT signal output on XLR or Jack connector for active satellite, under
electronic crossover at 125 Hz.
7). RIGHT on XLR connector for active satellite, under electronic crossover
at 125 Hz.
8). VOLUME main power amplifier control.
9). RIGHT, input signal on XLR connector.
10). LEFT/MONO, input signal on COMBO connector.
LINK
(6)
LEFT/
MONO
OUT
RIGHT
(7)
VOLUME
(8)
-
+4dBu
1
TIDE
3
(10)
2
NEW
PUSH
LEFT/
MONO
IN
3
TIDE
1
2
SERIAL
NEW
PUSH
RIGHT
MODEL
GND
AC INPUT: 230V~ 50Hz
ON
SIGN
COMP
POWER
OFF
Use only with a 250V fuse
(2)
(9)
(3)
(5)
(4)
(1)
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5. WIRE CONNECTIONS
UP
-. For Passive Speaker Cabinets
Please only use the power connectors to make connections with other signal source
equipment for the passive speaker cabinets. The power connector has four terminals:
1+, 1-, 2+, 2-.
1-
2-
1+
2+
In our cabinets, only 1+/1- are used to connect the Speaker+/Speaker-, and 2+/2are not used.
-. For Active Speaker Cabinets
As to these circumstances, audio connections is mostly intended for the signal flow,
so, determine the wire configuration according to your real application system and
its connecting facility. Normally, you have the following choices:
Balanced
TIP RING SLEEVE
SLEEVE RING TIP
Tip
Ring
Sleeve
3
3
1
1
2
2
1
3
2
TIP RING SLEEVE
Tip
Ring
Sleeve
1
2
1
2
3
3
Tip
Ring
1
2
3
Sleeve
Unbalanced
1
3
2
Tip
Ring
Sleeve
TIP RING SLEEVE
Tip
1
3
2
Sleeve
1
2
3
1
2
3
TIP SLEEVE
Tip
TIP SLEEVE
SLEEVE TIP
Sleeve
Tip
Ring
TIP RING SLEEVE
SLEEVE RING TIP
3
3
1
1
2
2
Sleeve
1
2
3
Tip
Sleeve
Tip
Ring
Sleeve
1
2
3
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6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Model No.
System type
Continuous Power
Peak Power Rating
Sensitivity (1W, 1m)
Frequency Response
Impedance
Crossover Frequency
Protection
Low-Frequency
High-Frequency
Spherical Wave Guide
Horn Coverage
Connectors(+1/-1)
Enclosure
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
Model No.
System type
Continuous power
Peak Power Rating
Sensitivity (1W, 1m)
Frequency Response
Impedance
Crossover Frequency
Protection
Low-Frequency
High-Frequency
Spherical Wave Guide
Horn Coverage
Connectors(+1/-1)
Enclosure
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
ELVIS10
2-way Vented Box
120W AES Standard
240W Peak
96 dB/116.5 dB Max
65 Hz/20 kHz +/-6 dB
8 Ohms Nominal
2700 Hz 12 dB/oct.
Electronics High Frequencies Protection
10"/266 mm woofer
1" Compression Driver
Custom Horn with Polypropilene Reinforced
80 H 80 V
2 x SPK4 Input/Link @+1/-1 connected - +2/-2 not connected
Trapezoidal cabinet in 18mm particle board P.B. -Covered with
resistant carpet -Black metal grille protection
580 345 305 mm
31.22 lbs/14.16 kg
37.92 lbs/17.2 kg
4.58 CFT
ELVIS12
2-way Vented Box
180 W AES Standard
360 W Peak
97 dB/119.5 dB Max
60 Hz/20 kHz +/-6 dB
8 Ohms Nominal
2500 Hz 12 dB/oct.
Electronics High Frequencies Protection
12"/318mm Woofer
1" Compression Driver
Custom Horn with Polypropilene Reinforced
80 H 80 V
2 x SPK4 Input/Link @+1/-1 connected - +2/-2 not connected
Trapezoidal cabinet in 18 mm particle board P.B. -Covered with
resistant carpet -Black metal grille protection
635 405 340 mm
40.34 lbs/18.30 kg
48.28 lbs/21.9 kg
6.03 CFT
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6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Model No.
System type
Continuous power
Peak Power Rating
Sensitivity (1W, 1m)
Frequency Response
Impedance
Crossover Frequency
Protection
Low-Frequency
High-Frequency
Spherical Wave Guide
Horn Coverage
Connectors(+1/-1)
Enclosure
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
Model No.
System type
Continuous power
Peak Power Rating
Sensitivity (1W, 1m)
Frequency Response
Impedance
Crossover Frequency
Protection
Low-Frequency
High-Frequency
Spherical Wave Guide
Horn Coverage
Connectors(+1/-1)
Enclosure
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
ELVIS15
2-way Vented Box
250 W AES Standard
500 W Peak
98 dB/122 dB Max
55 Hz/20 kHz +/-6 dB
8 Ohms Nominal
2200 Hz 12 dB/oct.
Electronics High Frequencies Protection
15"/385 mm woofer
1"Compression Driver
Custom Horn with Polypropilene Reinforced
80 H 80 V
2 x SPK4 Input/Link @+1/-1 connected - +2/-2 not connected
Trapezoidal cabinet in 18 mm particle board P.B. -Covered with
resistant carpet -Black metal grille protection
700 455 370 mm
50.17 lbs/22.76 kg
58.86 lbs/26.7 kg
7.35 CFT
ELVIS12M
2-way Vented Box
180 W AES Standard
360 W Peak
97 dB/119 dB Max
75 Hz/20 kHz +/-6 dB
8 Ohms Nominal
2500 Hz 12 dB/oct.
Electronics High Frequencies Protection
12"/318mm woofer
1" Compression Driver
Custom Horn with Polypropilene Reinforced
80 H 80 V
2 x SPK4 Input/[email protected]+1/-1 connected - +2/-2 not connected
Trapezoidal cabinet in 18mm particle board P.B. -Covered with
resistant carpet -Black metal grille protection
615 405 345 mm
38.93 lbs/17.66 kg
46.29 lbs/21 kg
6.10 CFT
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6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Model No.
System type
Continuous power
Peak Power Rating
Sensitivity (1W, 1m)
Frequency Response
Impedance
Crossover Frequency
Protection
Low-Frequency
High-Frequency
Spherical Wave Guide
Horn Coverage
Connectors(+1/-1)
Enclosure
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
Model No.
System type
Continuous power
Peak Power Rating
Sensitivity (1W, 1m)
Frequency Response
Impedance
Crossover Frequency
Low-Frequency
Connectors(+1/-1)
Enclosure
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
ELVIS15M
2-way Vented Box
250 W AES Standard
500 W Peak
98 dB/122 dB Max
55 Hz/20 kHz +/-6 dB
8 Ohms Nominal
2200 Hz 12 dB/oct.
Electronics High Frequencies Protection
15"/385 mm woofer
1" Compression Driver
Custom Horn with Polypropilene Reinforced
80 H 80 V
2 x SPK4 Input/Link @+1/-1 connected - +2/-2 not connected
Trapezoidal cabinet in 18 mm particle board P.B. -Covered with
resistant carpet -Black metal grille protection
680 450 370 mm
50.88 lbs/23.08 kg
62.26 lbs/28.24 kg
8.12 CFT
ELVIS12S
Vented Box
200 W AES Standard
400 W Peak
97 dB/119dB Max
50 Hz/20 kHz +/-6 dB
4 Ohms Nominal
125 Hz 6 dB/oct.
12"/318 mm woofer
2 x SPK4 @ in/out
Trapezoidal cabinet in 18 mm particle board P.B. -Covered with
resistant carpet -Black metal grille protection
495 x 400 x 455 mm
51.15 lbs/23.2 kg
57.98 lbs/26.3 kg
6.15 CFT
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6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Model No.
System type
Continuous power
Peak Power Rating
Sensitivity (1W, 1m)
Frequency Response
Impedance
Crossover Frequency
Low-Frequency
Connectors(+1/-1)
Enclosure
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
Model No.
Output Power IHF
Output Power RMS
Max SPL at 1mt
Input Sensitivity
Input Impedance
Connectors
Subsonic Filter
Protections
External Control
Power Supply
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
Model No.
Output Power IHF
Output Power RMS
Max SPL at 1mt
Input Sensitivity
Input Impedance
Connectors
Subsonic Filter
Protections
External Control
Power Supply
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
ELVIS15S
Vented Box
300 W AES Standard
600 W Peak
98 dB/122 dB Max
45 Hz/20 kHz +/-6 dB
4 Ohms Nominal
125 Hz 6 dB/oct.
15"/385 mm Woofer
2xSPK4 @ in/out
Trapezoidal cabinet in 18 mm particle board P.B. -Covered with
resistant carpet -Black metal grille protection
565 x 455 x 525 mm
65.48 lbs/29.7 kg
74.52 lbs/33.8 kg
8.67 CFT
ELVIS10A
150 Watt IHF
84.2 [email protected] Ohms 136 [email protected] Ohms
117.5 dB(IHF Power)
Line 0 dB/0.775 V/Mic-10 at -45 dB
30 kOhms Balanced -15 kOhms Unbalanced
Mic on XLR/Line Input on Combo/Line-Mix Output on XLR
30 Hz-24 dB/oct.
Soft-Start, Compressor
Mic Gain-EQ-High-Mid-Low-Volume-Ground Switch
230 Volt/115 Volt 50/60 Hz
40.12 lbs/18.2 kg
46.83 lbs/21.24 kg
4.58 CFT
ELVIS12A
250 Watt IHF
113 [email protected] Ohms 212 [email protected] Ohms
121 dB (IHF Power)
Line 0 dB/0.775 V/Mic-10 at -45 dB
30 kOhms Balanced - 15 kOhms Unbalanced
Mic on XLR/Line Input on Combo/Line-Mix Output on XLR
30 Hz-24 dB/oct.
Soft-Start, Compressor
Mic Gain-EQ-High-Mid-Low-Volume-Ground Switch
230 Volt/115 Volt 50/60 Hz
50.95 lbs/23.11 kg
58.89 lbs/26.71 kg
6.03 CFT
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6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Model No.
Output Power IHF
Output Power RMS
Max SPL at 1mt
Input Sensitivity
Input Impedance
Connectors
Subsonic Filter
Protections
External Control
Power Supply
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
ELVIS15A
Model No.
Output Power IHF
Output Power RMS
Max SPL at 1mt
Input Sensitivity
Input Impedance
Connectors
Subsonic Filter
Protections
External Control
Power Supply
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
ELVIS12MA
Model No.
Output Power IHF
Output Power RMS
Max SPL at 1mt
Input Sensitivity
Input Impedance
Connectors
Subsonic Filter
Protections
External Control
Power Supply
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
ELVIS15MA
350 Watt IHF
169 [email protected] Ohms 300 [email protected] Ohms
123 dB (IHF Power)
Line 0 dB/0.775 V/Mic-10 at -45 dB
30 kOhms Balanced - 15 kOhms Unbalanced
Mic on XLR/Line Input on Combo/Line-Mix Output on XLR
30 Hz-24 dB/oct.
Soft-Start, Compressor
Mic Gain-EQ-High-Mid-Low-Volume-Ground Switch
230 Volt/115 Volt 50/60 Hz
62.83 lbs/28.5 kg
71.52 lbs/32.44 kg
7.35 CFT
250 Watt IHF
113 [email protected] Ohms 212 [email protected] Ohms
121dB (IHF Power)
Line 0 dB/0.775 V/Mic-10 at -45 dB
30 kOhms Balanced - 15 kOhms Unbalanced
Mic on XLR/Line Input on Combo/Line-Mix Output on XLR
30 Hz-24 dB/oct.
Soft-Start, Compressor
Mic Gain-EQ-High-Mid-Low-Volume-Ground Switch
230 Volt/115 Volt 50/60 Hz
49.54 lbs/22.47 kg
56.92 lbs/25.82 kg
6.10 CFT
350 Watt IHF
169 [email protected] Ohms 300 [email protected] Ohms
123 dB (IHF Power)
Line 0 dB/0.775V/Mic-10 at -45 dB
30 kOhms Balanced-15 kOhms Unbalanced
Mic on XLR/Line Input on Combo/Line-Mix Output on XLR
30 Hz-24 dB/oct.
Soft-Start, Compressor
Mic Gain-EQ-High-Mid-Low-Volume-Ground Switch
230 Volt/115 Volt 50/60 Hz
65.15 lbs/29.55 kg
76.52 lbs/34.71 kg
8.12 CFT
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6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Model No.
Output Power IHF
Output Power RMS
Max SPL at 1mt
Input Sensitivity
Input Impedance
Connectors
Subsonic Filter
Protections
External Control
Power Supply
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
ELVIS12SA
Model No.
Output Power IHF
Output Power RMS
Max SPL at 1mt
Input Sensitivity
Input Impedance
Connectors
Subsonic Filter
Protections
External Control
Power Supply
Net Weight (lbs/kg)
Gross Weight (lbs/kg)
Volume
ELVIS15SA
250 Watt IHF
113 [email protected] Ohms , 212 [email protected] Ohms
121 dB(IHF Power)
Line 0 dB/0.775 V
30 kOhms-Input/600 Ohms-Output
L/Mono-R IN on XLR/L-R OUT on XLR
Electronic Crossover 125 Hz at 24 dB/oct.
Soft - Start, Compressor
Volume-Stereo/Mono&Ground Switch
230 Volt/115 Volt 50/60 Hz
60.36 lbs/27.38 kg
67.19 lbs/30.48 kg
6.15 CFT
350 Watt IHF
169 [email protected] Ohms , 300 [email protected] Ohms
123 dB (IHF Power)
Line 0 dB/0.775 V
30 kOhms-input/600 Ohms-output
L/Mono-R IN on XLR/L-R OUT on XLR
Electronic Crossover 125 Hz at 24 dB/oct.
Soft - Start, Compressor
Volume-Stereo/Mono & Ground Switch
230 Volt/115 Volt 50/60 Hz
76.68 lbs/34.78 kg
85.72 lbs/38.88 kg
8.67 CFT
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7. WARRANTY
1. WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD
To obtain Warranty Service, the buyer should first fill out and return the enclosed
Warranty Registration Card within 10 days of the Purchase Date.
All the information presented in this Warranty Registration Card gives the
manufacturer a better understanding of the sales status, so as to provide a
more effective and efficient after-sales warranty service. Please fill out all the
information carefully and genuinely, miswriting or absence of this card will void
your warranty service.
2. RETURN NOTICE
2.1 In case of return for any warranty service, please make sure that the
product is well packed in its original shipping carton, and it can protect your
unit from any other extra damage.
2.2 Please provide a copy of your sales receipt or other proof of purchase with
the returned machine, and give detail information about your return address
and contact telephone number.
2.3 A brief description of the defect will be appreciated.
2.4 Please prepay all the costs involved in the return shipping, handling and
insurance.
3. TERMS AND CONDITIONS
3.1 LTO warrants that this product will be free from any defects in materials
and/or workmanship for a period of 1 year from the purchase date if you
have completed the Warranty Registration Card in time.
3.2 The warranty service is only available to the original consumer, who purchased
this product directly from the retail dealer, and it can not be transferred.
3.3 During the warranty service, LTO may repair or replace this product at its
own option at no charge to you for parts or for labor in accordance with the
right side of this limited warranty.
3.4 This warranty does not apply to the damages to this product that occurred
as the following conditions:
Instead of operating in accordance with the user's manual thoroughly, any abuse
or misuse of this product.
Normal tear and wear.
The product has been altered or modified in any way.
Damage which may have been caused either directly or indirectly by another
product / force / etc.
Abnormal service or repairing by anyone other than the qualified personnel or
technician.
And in such cases, all the expenses will be charged to the buyer.
3.5 In no event shall LTO be liable for any incidental or consequential damages.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above exclusion or limitation may not apply to
you.
3.6 This warranty gives you the specific rights, and these rights are compatible
with the state laws, you may also have other statutory rights that may vary
from state to state.
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SEIKAKU TECHNICAL GROUP LIMITED
NO. 1, Lane 17, Sec. 2, Han Shi West Road, Taichung 40151, Taiwan
http://www.altoproaudio.com Tel: 886-4-22313737
email: [email protected] Fax: 886-4-22346757
All rights reserved to ALTO. All features and content might be changed
without prior notice. Any photocopy, translation, or reproduction of part of this
manual without written permission is forbidden. Copyright c 2007 Seikaku Group
NF01105-2.0
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