Meridian DSP5200HC User guide

Meridian DSP5200HC User guide
Meridian DSP Loudspeaker
User Guide
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Preface
Important safety instructions
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Read the instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Install only in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
• Refer all servicing to approved service personnel.
• Do not disassemble – no user-servicable parts inside.
To avoid overheating
This apparatus has been designed with Class 1
construction and must be connected to a mains socket
outlet with a protective earthing connection (the third
grounding pin).
To avoid interference
The apparatus may be isolated from mains power either
by unplugging the power connector from the rear of the
unit, or by unplugging the connector at the opposing
end of the power cord or cable from its supply outlet.
As a result, either or both of these connectors should
remain accessible.
Safety warnings
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPARATUS TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
• Do not expose the unit to dripping or splashing.
• Do not place any object filled with liquid, such as a
vase, on the unit.
• Do not place naked flame sources, such as lighted
candles, on the unit.
• Leave at least 10cm around the equipment to ensure
sufficient ventilation.
Do not position the unit:
• In direct sunlight.
• Near heat sources, such as a radiator.
• Directly on top of heat producing equipment.
Do not position the unit:
• Near strong electrical or magnetic radiation, such as
near a power amplifier.
Radio interference
FCC Warning: This equipment generates and can
radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and
used correctly in accordance with our instructions may
cause interference to radio communications or radio
and television reception. It has been type-tested and
complies with the limits set out in Subpart J, Part 15 of
FCC rules for a Class B computing device. These limits
are intended to provide reasonable protection against
such interference in home installations.
EEC: This product has been designed and type-tested
to comply with the limits set out in EN55013 and
EN55020.
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Contents
Contents
Introduction
1
Configuring the DSP loudspeakers
27
Meridian DSP loudspeakers
2
Choosing standard settings
28
Sample configurations
4
Specifying information about your system
30
DSP5200 and DSP5200HC
7
Configuring the sources
33
Unpacking
8
Troubleshooting
35
Troubleshooting
36
Cleaning
37
Service and guarantee
38
Index
39
Specifications
10
DSP7200 and DSP7200HC
11
Unpacking
12
Specifications
14
Connecting up the DSP loudspeakers
15
Connecting the loudspeakers
16
Connecting to other equipment
17
Using the DSP loudspeakers
21
Selecting a source
22
Changing the display
23
Adjusting the volume
24
Changing the treble, bass, or phase
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Changing the listening position
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Preface
Copyright and acknowledgements
Sales and service in the UK
Meridian Audio Ltd
Latham Road
Huntingdon
Cambridgeshire
PE29 6YE
England
Tel (01480) 445678
Fax (01480) 445686
Sales and service in the USA
Meridian America Inc.
110 Greene Street, Suite #407
New York
NY 10012
USA
Tel (646) 66 0140
Fax (646) 66 0152
Designed and manufactured in the UK
Meridian Audio Ltd
Latham Road
Huntingdon
Cambridgeshire
PE29 6YE
England
Visit us on the Web
http://www.meridian-audio.com
Copyright © 2002-2014 Meridian Audio Ltd.
Part no: DSPU/11 (P88434)
MHR: This product incorporates copyright protection
technology covered by certain patent applications
and intellectual property of Meridian Audio Ltd. This
technology is provided for the express purpose of
securely containing copyright audio within the Meridian
System only. Reverse engineering or circumvention of
this protection is strictly prohibited.
Meridian Digital Theatre, Meridian Lossless Packing,
MHR and MLP are registered trademarks of
Meridian Audio Ltd.
This guide was produced by:
Human-Computer Interface Ltd,
http://www.interface.co.uk
Introduction
Introduction
Welcome to the Meridian DSP loudspeaker range.
This user guide provides full information about using the DSP
loudspeakers in conjunction with your other equipment, to achieve the
superb results you can expect from them.
Introduction
Meridian DSP loudspeakers
Meridian DSP loudspeakers represent the fruits of
more than 30 years of continuous development of
loudspeakers as musical instruments. The finest
materials and state-of-the-art design are combined to
create what we believe is the ultimate range of home
loudspeakers.
DSP loudspeaker drivers
Digital Signal Processing
Standard models use long-throw bass units and a very
high quality 25mm (1") Meridian treble unit. This is a
piston in a short horn using an aluminium dome and a
silver voice-coil.
Digital Signal Processing, or DSP, is a technique
pioneered by Meridian in hi-fi products for achieving
extremely accurate reproduction of audio signals using
high-precision mathematical processing.
DSP allows sophisticated processing to be performed
without any of the cumulative noise or degradation
that inevitably occurs, even with high-quality analogue
circuitry. In addition, the signal improvement techniques
incorporated in the Meridian DSP loudspeakers would
be virtually impossible to implement in the analogue
domain.
The Meridian DSP loudspeakers take advantage of
DSP for several different functions:
• To remove timing variations from the incoming digital
signals (de‑jittering).
• To split the audio frequency band between bass, midrange, and treble drivers (crossover).
• To perform filtering or adjustment of the frequency
response; eg treble or bass.
• To provide volume control to 48-bit precision.
• To provide digital protection of the loudspeakers
against high-level low-frequency transients.
• To perform electronic equalisation.
If you are using the Meridian DSP loudspeakers with a
digital source, such as CD or DVD, the signals remain
in digital form until the last possible stage.
Each DSP loudspeaker uses custom drive units
carefully matched to the cabinet and driver electronics.
Every design is matched tonally to maximise
compatibility when used in a multichannel theatre
system.
Special Edition models use a variation of the bass
units fitted with solid metal rings that clamp the driver
more firmly in the cabinet. They use a similar treble
unit but with a lighter, more rigid, beryllium dome. This
combination allows the Special Edition loudspeakers
to have a more controlled transient response across a
wider frequency range.
Power amplifiers
The speakers are driven by multiple independent highpower, low-feedback power amplifiers. The combination
of idealised magnetic design, careful star earthing, and
very fast output devices gives the amplifiers extremely
low noise, high detail, and fast bass.
The whole electronic assembly is supplied from
substantial toroidal transformers feeding high-quality,
audiophile-grade capacitors.
Cabinet
Each DSP loudspeaker is carefully designed with
internal bracing and damping to give incredibly low
levels of cabinet resonance, resulting in low coloration
and excellent mid-range transparency.
The DSP5200 and DSP5200HC are constructed using
lacquer finished plywood, braced and resin damped to
produce an ultra-rigid cabinet.
Introduction
The DSP7200 cabinet is fabricated from curved
pressure-laminated panels, using multiple layers of
selected woods and metal to achieve high stiffness
and damping. Its narrow tapered shape gives optimum
dispersion over a wide listening area.
components. These incorporate a sophisticated
communications link, called Meridian Comms, to allow
you to control any combination of units using a single
remote, and ensure that they will work together as a
fully integrated system.
Each cabinet stands on adjustable machined feet which
can be fitted with spikes or skids.
The Meridian SpeakerLink connectors provide both
Meridian Comms control and two-channel balanced
digital audio in a single convenient SpeakerLink lead.
Mounting options
In addition to the main vertical speakers, designed for
use as the left/right speakers in a system, each model
includes a single horizontal centre and/or a single
vertical centre, designed for use as the centre speaker
in a surround system.
The DSP5200HC and DSP7200HC are horizontal
centre versions, designed for use either above or
below a television. If used below a screen you can
use the centre elevation feature to raise the perceived
source of the audio. As well as improving the sense of
dialogue coming from centre stage, this enhances the
integration of sounds that pan from left and right.
Meridian High Resolution (MHR)
All Meridian DSP loudspeakers support Meridian High
Resolution (MHR), to allow you to connect to other
MHR-compliant Meridian products to take advantage
of high-rate audio sources, and provide the additional
benefits of lower jitter and improved sound quality on all
sources.
MHR is a proprietary secure encoding format that uses
encryption and anti-copy methods to provide a secure
copyright protection environment, and allow the secure
transfer of audio streams within a Meridian-only system
for playback only.
Meridian Comms
Meridian DSP loudspeakers are part of the Meridian
family of advanced digital, analogue, and video
Meridian Comms also allows you to extend your hi‑fi
system into two or three rooms, with the ability to
control the sources in one room from the controller in
another room.
The following pages show two recommended
configurations based on the Meridian DSP
loudspeakers to illustrate the flexibility of Meridian
components.
Available accessories
Other applications, and some advanced features, may
require one or more of the following accessories, which
can be purchased from your Meridian dealer:
• MSR+ remote.
• Interconnecting leads.
• AC11 SpeakerLink Hub, to allow interconnection
between newer products with SpeakerLink
connectors, and products with Meridian BNC Comms
or Meridian DIN Comms connectors.
• AC12 SpeakerLink accessory, to allow
interconnection to older Meridian source or controller
products.
Introduction
Sample configurations
Meridian Digital Theatre™
DSP7200
DSP7200
DSP3200
DSP3200
DSP7200HC
861 Reference Digital Surround Controller
HD621 HDMI Audio Processor
Up to eight Meridian DSP loudspeakers can be used
in conjunction with a Meridian surround controller, such
as the 861 Reference Digital Surround Controller, to
create a digital surround system with superb music and
cinema sound.
The HD621 integrates HDMI switching seamlessly into
a Digital Theatre system, separating the audio from
the video stream and allowing the best possible audio
playback from HDMI sources.
Introduction
Meridian Digital Music System
DSP5200
DSP5200
808 Signature Reference CD Player
Meridian DSP loudspeakers include DSP volume and
tone controls, and be connected directly to digital
sources, such as the 808 Signature Reference CD
Player, to create an compact high-quality music system.
Introduction
DSP5200 and
DSP5200HC
DSP5200 and DSP5200HC
This chapter explains how to unpack and install the DSP5200 and
DSP5200HC, and gives specifications.
DSP5200 and
DSP5200HC
Unpacking
Before you begin installation you should ensure that
your DSP loudspeakers are the correct voltage for your
local AC supply. If they are not, do not try to install
them, and contact your dealer.
You should not make any connections to the DSP
loudspeakers, or to any other component in your
system, while the AC power supply is connected and
switched on.
Care when unpacking
Take great care when unpacking or repacking the DSP
loudspeakers that you do not put undue pressure on
the face containing the drive units, as they may be
damaged if pressed.
Components
Each pair of DSP loudspeakers is supplied with the
following components:
• The DSP loudspeakers complete with grilles.
• A hex wrench (3mm) for the drive units.
• Eight screw-in feet with retractable spikes (DSP5200
only).
• Eight rubber bumpons (DSP5200HC only).
• One power cord per speaker.
• This user guide.
If any of these items is missing please contact your
dealer. We suggest that you retain the packaging
carefully for maximum protection in transit.
Caution
Meridian Audio has taken every care in the design,
assembly, finishing and packing of this product. Some
models include a high-gloss finish, which is achieved by
painting up to five coats of polyester lacquer onto the
plywood, each one hand polished.
Due to the product size and high technology cabinet
construction, small marks on the lacquer surface may
be visible when unpacked. These small marks can
usually be removed as described in Cleaning, page 37.
It is the nature of all lacquer finishes to shrink over
time. This is unavoidable and may result in cabinet joint
lines becoming visible.
Meridian Audio has supplied products using lacquer
finishes for many years and we are confident that
when carefully used your product will return a lifetime’s
enjoyment.
To adjust the feet (DSP5200 only)
Each DSP loudspeaker has four feet consisting of a
metal spike which threads into the loudspeaker cabinet,
a large silver lock nut, and a black protective puck.
The spikes can be adjusted to allow for uneven floors
in order to ensure that the loudspeakers have a stable
base.
Lock nut
Spike
Protective
puck
Spike shown locked
by lock nut
To remove puck
unscrew anti-clockwise
On carpeted floors all parts can be fitted and the spike
should be adjusted so that it extends through the puck
and penetrates the carpet pile to the floor underneath.
Where a carpet has a deep pile you can fully unscrew
and remove the puck to expose more of the spike.
DSP5200 and
DSP5200HC
Once the speakers are upright in their playing positions
adjust the spikes until the loudspeakers are stable and
tighten the lock nuts to prevent the spikes moving in
the cabinet.
On solid floors that can be damaged by the spike the
foot should be adjusted so that the spike does not
protrude through the puck, leaving the puck to support
the weight of the loudspeaker. Lock the spike in place
with the lock nut, and screw the puck on firmly.
To fit the rubber bumpons
(DSP5200HC only)
• Attach four bumpons to the underside of the speaker,
using the self-adhesive pads.
To tighten the drive units
The DSP loudspeakers typically take about two weeks
of normal use for the drive units to settle. It is therefore
recommended that you tighten the mounting bolts
on each drive unit every few days during this period.
Tighten the bolts in symmetrically opposite pairs using
the 3mm hex wrench supplied.
You should then check and if necessary re-tighten the
drive units every few years.
To remove the grilles
The grilles are deliberately designed to fit tightly to
avoid vibration during operation, and they should
be removed using the following procedure to avoid
damaging the loudspeaker.
The grille consists of elastic material stretched tightly
over a plastic ring. The plastic ring includes two
indentations at the three o‘clock and nine o‘clock
positions, which you can locate by gently depressing
the grille fabric.
Hold the ring by one of the indentations by depressing
the grille fabric with your thumb, and then wiggle the
ring forwards until it comes free of the speaker. The
grille fabric is very resilient and any depressions will
soon disappear.
Note: On no account attempt to remove the grille with
a hard object, or attempt to lever it out from the outside
edge, as you will damage the edge of the speaker
surround and the grille itself.
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DSP5200 and
DSP5200HC
Specifications
Connections
Characteristics
• Meridian SpeakerLink (RJ45) input and output,
providing balanced digital audio, Meridian Comms,
and serial interface.
• Digital co-axial input and output.
• Meridian BNC Comms input and output.
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Signal processing
• 1 x Freescale 56367 running at 150MHz.
• Special Edition: 2 x Freescale 56367 running at
150MHz.
• 2 x 24-bit Multi-bit delta-sigma DACs with 128x
oversampling.
• Crossover minimum-phase at 2.6kHz.
Output stages
• Power amplifiers: Complementary bipolar design, with
output-stage error correction and twin loop design.
• Bass: 2 x 75W.
• Treble: 75W.
Acoustic
•
•
•
•
2  way.
Ported bass enclosure.
Isolated mid enclosure.
Bass drive unit: 2 x 160mm (6") custom
polypropylene driver.
• Treble drive unit: 1 x 25mm (1") Meridian piston in
short horn, aluminium dome with silver voice-coil.
• Special Edition treble drive unit: 1 x 25mm (1")
Meridian piston in short horn, beryllium dome with
silver voice-coil.
Distortion: typically <0.02% up to full power.
Noise and hum: <-94dBr at all volume settings.
Acoustic output: typically >108dB spl @ 1m.
Acoustic noise: <15dB spl @ 1m.
Frequency response: in room response within 3dB,
35Hz–20kHz.
• Special Edition frequency response: in room response
within 3dB, 35Hz–32kHz.
Cabinet
• Entire speaker manufactured from interlaminated
panels.
• Individually covered grilles for bass units.
• Finished in high-gloss piano lacquer.
• 8-character display with system lights.
• DSP5200: 300mm x 903mm x 356mm (11.8" x
35.6" x 14.0") (W x H x D).
• DSP5200HC: 735mm x 201mm x 267mm (29.0" x
7.9" x 10.5") (W x H x D).
• 35kg (77lb) each.
Power
• 100-125; 200-250V AC 50-60Hz.
• 20VA standby; 600VA max.
Meridian Audio reserves the right to amend product
specifications at any time.
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DSP7200 and
DSP7200HC
DSP7200 and DSP7200HC
This chapter explains how to unpack and install the DSP7200 and
DSP7200HC, and gives specifications.
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DSP7200 and
DSP7200HC
Unpacking
Before you begin installation you should ensure that
your DSP loudspeakers are the correct voltage for your
local AC supply. If they are not, do not try to install
them, and contact your dealer.
Due to the product size and high technology cabinet
construction, small marks on the lacquer surface may
be visible when unpacked. These small marks can
usually be removed as described in Cleaning, page 37.
You should not make any connections to the DSP
loudspeakers, or to any other component in your
system, while the AC power supply is connected and
switched on.
It is the nature of all lacquer finishes to shrink over
time. This is unavoidable and may result in cabinet joint
lines becoming visible.
Unpacking
The unpacking instructions are provided on a separate
leaflet enclosed with the speakers. Please refer to this
before proceeding.
Care when unpacking
Take great care when unpacking or repacking the DSP
loudspeakers that you do not put undue pressure on
the face containing the drive units, as they may be
damaged if pressed.
Components
Each pair of DSP loudspeakers is supplied with the
following components:
•
•
•
•
The DSP loudspeakers complete with grilles.
A hex wrench (3mm) for the drive units.
One power cord per speaker.
This user guide.
If any of these items is missing please contact your
dealer. We suggest that you retain the packaging
carefully for maximum protection in transit.
Caution
Meridian Audio has taken every care in the design,
assembly, finishing and packing of this product. The
high gloss finish on parts of the cabinet is achieved by
painting up to five coats of polyester lacquer onto the
plywood, each one hand polished.
Meridian Audio has supplied products using lacquer
finishes for many years and we are confident that
when carefully used your product will return a lifetime’s
enjoyment.
To adjust the feet (DSP7200 only)
Each DSP loudspeaker has three feet consisting of a
metal spike which threads into the loudspeaker cabinet,
a large silver lock nut, and a black protective puck.
On carpeted floors the puck can be pulled off so
that the spike can reach through the pile to the floor
beneath. Once the speakers are upright in their playing
positions adjust the spikes until the loudspeakers are
stable and tighten the lock nuts to prevent the spikes
moving in the cabinet.
On solid floors that can be damaged by the spike the
puck should be pushed onto the spike to support the
weight of the loudspeaker. Tighten the lock nuts to
prevent the spikes moving in the cabinet.
To connect the cables (DSP7200 only)
Connections to each loudspeaker are made to the
input/output panel, which is located at the base of the
loudspeaker to the rear.
The connections are hidden by a separate plate
attached with four 3mm hex bolts.
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DSP7200 and
DSP7200HC
Use the supplied wrench to remove this cover plate
before making any connections:
To remove the grilles (DSP7200)
The grilles are deliberately designed to fit tightly to
avoid vibration during operation, and they should
be removed using the following procedure to avoid
damaging the loudspeaker.
The grille consists of elastic material stretched tightly over
a plastic ring. The plastic ring includes two indentations
at the three o‘clock and nine o‘clock positions, which you
can locate by gently depressing the grille fabric.
Connect the loudspeakers as required (see Connecting
the loudspeakers, page 16), then lead all the cables
neatly through the slot in the base of the cabinet:
Finally refit the cover plate into position, concealing the
input/output panel and connections.
To tighten the drive units
The DSP loudspeakers typically take about two weeks
of normal use for the drive units to settle. It is therefore
recommended that you tighten the mounting bolts
on each drive unit every few days during this period.
Tighten the bolts in symmetrically opposite pairs using
the 3mm hex wrench supplied.
You should then check and if necessary re-tighten the
drive units every few years.
Hold the ring by one of the indentations by depressing
the grille fabric with your thumb, and then wiggle the
ring forwards until it comes free of the speaker. The
grille fabric is very resilient and any depressions will
soon disappear.
Note: On no account attempt to remove the grille with
a hard object, or attempt to lever it out from the outside
edge, as you will damage the edge of the speaker
surround and the grille itself.
To remove the grilles (DSP7200HC)
The DSP7200HC grille frame has been designed to
be as acoustically transparent as possible, and is quite
fragile. When removing the grille, ease it carefully off by
hand from the four corners, avoiding excessive bending
of the frame.
Note: On no account use a tool to remove the grille as
this can scratch the cabinet or tear the grille fabric.
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DSP7200 and
DSP7200HC
Specifications
Connections
Characteristics
• Meridian SpeakerLink (RJ45) input and output,
providing balanced digital audio, Meridian Comms,
and serial interface.
• Digital co-axial input and output.
• Meridian BNC Comms input and output.
• Distortion: typically <0.02% up to full power.
• Noise and hum: <-94dBr at all volume settings.
• Acoustic output: typically >112dB spl @ 1m on
music material.
• Acoustic noise: <15dB spl @ 1m.
• Frequency response: in room response within 3dB,
28Hz–20kHz.
• Special Edition frequency response: in room response
within 3dB, 28Hz–32kHz.
Signal processing
• 1 x Freescale 56367 running at 150MHz.
• Special Edition: 2 x Freescale 56367 running at
150MHz.
• 4 x 24-bit Multi-bit delta-sigma DACs with 128x
oversampling.
• Crossover minimum-phase at 2.6kHz.
Output stages
• Power amplifiers: Complementary bipolar design, with
output-stage error correction and twin loop design.
• Bass: 2 x 150W.
• Mid: 150W.
• Treble: 150W.
• Total: 600W.
Acoustic
•
•
•
•
3  way.
Ported bass enclosure.
Isolated mid enclosure.
Bass drive unit: 2 x 200mm (8") high-efficiency longthrow custom drivers.
• Mid drive unit: 1 x 160mm (6") custom polypropylene
driver using phase plug.
• Treble drive unit: 1 x 25mm (1") Meridian piston in
short horn, aluminium dome with silver voice-coil.
• Special Edition treble drive unit: 1 x 25mm (1")
Meridian piston in short horn, beryllium dome with
silver voice-coil.
Cabinet
• Entire speaker manufactured from interlaminated
panels.
• Finished in high-gloss piano lacquer.
• 8-character display with system lights.
• DSP7200: 350mm x 1072mm x 415mm (13.8" x
42.2" x 16.3") (W x H x D).
• DSP7200HC: 1060mm x 295mm x 478mm (41.7"
x 11.6" x 18.8")
(W x H x D).
• DP7200: 55kg (121lb) each.
• DP7200HC: 64kg (141lb).
Power
• 100-125; 200-250V AC 50-60Hz.
• 20VA standby; 920VA max.
Meridian Audio reserves the right to amend product
specifications at any time.
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Connecting up the
DSP loudspeakers
Connecting up the DSP
loudspeakers
This chapter explains how you should connect your DSP loudspeakers to
the other audio equipment in your system.
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Connecting up the
DSP loudspeakers
Connecting the loudspeakers
Back panel
The following diagram gives details of the back panel
connections:
MERIDIAN SPEAKERLINK
INPUT
OUTPUT
Meridian
SpeakerLink
connections
MERIDIAN COMMS
INPUT
OUTPUT
Meridian BNC
Comms
connections
DIGITAL
INPUT
OUTPUT
Digital
co-axial
connections
You can connect to the DSP loudspeakers using either
the SpeakerLink connectors, or the Meridian BNC
Comms and digital co-axial connectors.
Connecting using the Meridian BNC
Comms and digital co-axial connectors
The following table gives details of these connections:
Use this connection
To connect to this
MERIDIAN COMMS
INPUT
The BNC COMMS connection
on a Meridian control unit or
preamplifier.
MERIDIAN COMMS
OUTPUT
The BNC COMMS INPUT on
a second DSP loudspeaker.
DIGITAL INPUT
A digital source such as a
Meridian G Series digital
surround controller, digital
preamplifier, CD player, or DVD
player.
DIGITAL OUTPUT
A second (Slave) DSP
loudspeaker.
Connecting using Meridian SpeakerLink
The Meridian SpeakerLink connectors provide both
balanced digital and Meridian Comms control in a single
SpeakerLink lead. The following table gives details of
these connections:
Use this connection
To connect to this
MERIDIAN SPEAKERLINK INPUT
A digital source such as a
Meridian Surround Controller,
Audio Core, or Media Source.
MERIDIAN SPEAKERLINK OUTPUT
A second (Slave) DSP
loudspeaker.
The digital connections should be made with
SpeakerLink leads. Suitable cables are available from
your Meridian dealer. Standard CAT5 computer cables
may also be used.
We do not recommend the use of cables longer than
50 metres. Only connect the cables to the output of a
Meridian product.
The Comms connections should be made with BNC
to BNC leads. Suitable cables are available from your
Meridian dealer. Standard computer BNC to BNC
cables may also be used.
The digital connections should be made with highquality 75Ω screened cable. Suitable cables are
available from Meridian. We do not recommend using
audio cables, which do not have adequate shielding
or the correct impedance, or cables intended for UHF
applications, as these do not provide adequate shielding
in the 1–30MHz region.
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Connecting up the
DSP loudspeakers
Connecting to other equipment
To connect to a Meridian product using SpeakerLink (home run)
808 Signature Reference CD Player
Front R – Slave
MERIDIAN
SPEAKERLINK
Front L – Master
MERIDIAN
SPEAKERLINK
MERIDIAN
SPEAKERLINK
INPUT OUTPUT
INPUT OUTPUT
SpeakerLink lead
You can create a complete system by connecting a pair
of DSP loudspeakers directly to a digital source. The
DSP loudspeakers include volume, balance, and tone
controls allowing you to control the system using an
MSR+.
If the Meridian source or control unit includes a
Meridian SpeakerLink output, such as the Meridian
808 Signature Reference CD Player, you can make all
the connections using SpeakerLink leads. The Meridian
SpeakerLink connection provides both two-channel
digital audio and Meridian Comms control.
This is an alternative to the “daisy chain” wiring
configuration shown in the next section.
• Connect the upper SpeakerLink output from the
Meridian product to the SpeakerLink input on the
DSP loudspeaker chosen as the Master, using a
SpeakerLink lead.
• Connect the lower SpeakerLink output from the
Meridian product to the SpeakerLink input on the
other (Slave) DSP loudspeaker, using a second
SpeakerLink lead.
SpeakerLink lead
• Configure the Master DSP loudspeaker as M.RJ45
and the Slave DSP loudspeaker as S.RJ45; see To
choose Master or Slave and the primary connector,
page 28.
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Connecting up the
DSP loudspeakers
To connect to a Meridian product using SpeakerLink (daisy chain)
808 Signature Reference CD Player
Front R – Slave
MERIDIAN
SPEAKERLINK
Front L – Master
MERIDIAN
SPEAKERLINK
MERIDIAN
SPEAKERLINK
INPUT OUTPUT
INPUT OUTPUT
SpeakerLink lead
You can create a complete system by connecting a pair
of DSP loudspeakers directly to a digital source. The
DSP loudspeakers include volume, balance, and tone
controls allowing you to control the system using an
MSR+.
If the Meridian source or control unit includes a
Meridian SpeakerLink output, such as the Meridian
808 Signature Reference CD Player, you can make all
the connections using SpeakerLink leads. The Meridian
SpeakerLink connection provides both two-channel
digital audio and Meridian Comms control.
This is an alternative to the “home run” wiring
configuration shown in the previous section.
• Connect the upper SpeakerLink output from the
Meridian product to the SpeakerLink input on the
DSP loudspeaker chosen as the Master, using a
SpeakerLink lead.
• Connect the SpeakerLink output from the Master
DSP loudspeaker to the SpeakerLink input on the
other (Slave) DSP loudspeaker, using a second
SpeakerLink lead.
SpeakerLink lead
• Configure the Master DSP loudspeaker as M.RJ45
and the Slave DSP loudspeaker as S.RJ45; see To
choose Master or Slave and the primary connector,
page 28.
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Connecting up the
DSP loudspeakers
To connect to a Meridian product with BNC Comms
G Series CD Player or Control Unit
DIGITAL OUTPUT
BNC COMMS
Digital/BNC lead
Front R – Slave
Front L – Master
MERIDIAN
SPEAKERLINK
MERIDIAN
COMMS
DIGITAL
MERIDIAN
SPEAKERLINK
MERIDIAN
COMMS
DIGITAL
INPUT OUTPUT
INPUT OUTPUT
INPUT OUTPUT
INPUT OUTPUT
INPUT OUTPUT
INPUT OUTPUT
SpeakerLink lead
If the Meridian source or control unit provides a
Meridian BNC Comms output, you will need to connect
it to the DSP Loudspeakers using a Digital/BNC lead.
• Connect the DIGITAL OUTPUT and the BNC
COMMS socket from the Meridian source or control
unit to the DIGITAL INPUT and COMMS INPUT on
the DSP loudspeaker chosen as the Master, using a
Digital/BNC lead.
• Connect the SpeakerLink output from the Master
DSP loudspeaker to the SpeakerLink input on the
other (Slave) DSP loudspeaker, using a SpeakerLink
lead.
• Configure the Master DSP loudspeaker as M.Coax
and the Slave DSP loudspeaker as S.RJ45; see To
choose Master or Slave and the primary connector,
page 28.
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Connecting up the
DSP loudspeakers
Auto configuration
Positioning the digital loudspeakers
In a system of Meridian products one of the products
acts as the controller for the system. It receives
infra-red commands from the MSR+ and then, if
appropriate, relays them to the other products in the
system via the Comms link.
For best results adjust the position of the loudspeakers
while listening to music.
The following automatic setup procedure should be
used to set up the Comms correctly between several
products:
• Switch all the units to standby.
• Press Clear on the MSR+ remote.
Each unit will display:
Auto
One unit will then be designated as the controller.
The display shows:
Con
All the other units will be configured as non-controllers.
The displays show:
N.Con
If for any reason the automatic setup does not work,
make sure you are operating the remote from a
position where all the units can receive the infra-red,
and try again.
If this fails:
• Restore the default operation by selecting one of
the standard types; see To select a standard setting,
page 28.
If possible, have the most acoustically absorbent wall in
the room behind the front speakers. Ideally have each
DSP loudspeaker at least 0.5m (20") from a corner,
and position them approximately 0.25m (10") from the
wall.
Horizontal centre loudspeakers have a centre elevation
setting that raises the perceived source of the audio.
This is useful if you need to position your centre
loudspeaker below a screen or television. It can either
be controlled by a Meridian Surround Controller with
SpeakerLink menus, or set to a fixed value; see To
configure the centre elevation, page 31.
If you are using a DSP loudspeaker as a centre
channel, place the speaker centrally between the main
left-right pair and, if possible, arrange for the treble
units of the three speakers to be approximately the
same height.
You can configure the frequency response of the DSP
loudspeakers to compensate for a position close to a
wall or corner; see To adjust the frequency response,
page 31.
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Using the DSP
loudspeakers
Using the DSP loudspeakers
In systems with a Meridian surround controller all of the functions of the
DSP loudspeakers, including volume, treble, and bass, are operated
via the controller. For more information refer to the user guide for the
surround controller, and you can ignore this chapter.
The DSP loudspeakers can also be connected directly to up to two
digital sources to create a complete, minimum system. This chapter
provides step-by-step instructions for operating the DSP loudspeakers in
a system with no Meridian surround controller.
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Using the DSP
loudspeakers
Selecting a source
When not playing, the DSP loudspeakers should be
left in the standby state. This uses a negligible amount
of electricity, but ensures that the components of the
loudspeakers operate at maximum efficiency from the
moment you start.
If you are not going to use the DSP loudspeakers for
several days you should switch each unit completely off
at the back panel, and disconnect it from the AC power
supply.
To select a source
• Press the appropriate source key on the remote; eg
Radio.
This will bring the DSP loudspeakers out of standby,
and the displays will show the currently selected source
and volume setting.
For example:
Radio 65
Initially all the sources are set to use the SpeakerLink
digital input. To configure all sources to use the co-axial
input, configure the speaker as M.Coax or S.Coax;
see To choose Master or Slave and the primary
connector, page 28. To configure an individual source
to use a different input see To configure a source,
page 33.
To switch to standby
• Press Off on the remote.
The displays will show:
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Changing the display
The DSP loudspeakers display information about the
current settings on the 8-character front-panel display.
In addition, three coloured indicators show status
information.
To change the displayed information
• Press Display.
Pressing Display steps between the following options:
Display option
Example
Source and volume
Radio 65
Meridian source display
(dashes if not present)
----
Audio format
PCM 96k
Blank
The audio format display shows PCM, Data, or MHR
followed by the frequency, or NL (not locked).
Status indicators
The display includes the following status indicators:
Indicator
Description
Red
Master loudspeaker.
Yellow
88kHz or 96kHz input.
Green
Clipping; see Troubleshooting, page
36.
Using the DSP
loudspeakers
24
Using the DSP
loudspeakers
Adjusting the volume
The DSP loudspeakers adjust the volume in precise
steps of 1dB, where 9dB is equivalent to doubling the
loudness, and can be varied in the range 1 to 99dB.
When you first connect power to the DSP loudspeakers
the volume is set to 65, which is similar to the midway
position of the rotary volume control on a conventional
preamplifier.
To change the volume
• Press the A or V volume keys on the remote.
As you adjust the volume setting the display will show
the current volume level.
For example:
Radio 55
To mute (silence) the sound
• Press Mute on the remote.
The display will show:
Muted To restore the sound
• Press Mute again on the remote.
Alternatively the sound will be restored if you adjust the
volume.
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Using the DSP
loudspeakers
Changing the treble, bass, or phase
The DSP loudspeakers provide sophisticated treble and
bass controls, to allow you to adjust the broad balance
of the system to correct for the acoustics of your
listening room, or for a misbalanced recording.
The controls are more subtle than conventional
tone controls, and take advantage of digital signal
processing techniques to provide a more natural
adjustment of the frequency response.
You can also change the absolute phase of the signal,
to compensate for signals which are out of phase,
giving an unnatural-sounding bass.
If you have a Meridian Surround Controller or Audio
Core product these functions are performed via the
surround controller.
To change the treble
• Press Function < or Function > until the display
shows the current treble.
For example:
Tre.+0.0
• Press Function A or Function V to change the
treble.
The treble control tilts the frequency of the response
over the entire frequency range to make the sound
brighter or dimmer. It can be adjusted between ±10db
in 0.5dB steps. Normally settings between +1.0 and
-2.0 will give the most natural results.
To change the bass
• Press Function < or Function > until the display
shows the current bass setting.
For example:
Bass+0.0
• Press Function A or Function V to change the
bass.
The bass control allows you to adjust the bass
response in the room by ±5dB in 0.5dB steps.
Normally settings between +3.0 and -2.0 will give the
most natural results.
To change the absolute phase
• Press Function > or Function < until the display
shows the current phase.
For example:
Phase +
• Press Function A or Function V to change the
phase.
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Using the DSP
loudspeakers
Changing the listening position
The balance control of the DSP loudspeakers uses
digital signal processing to compensate for an offcentre listening position by delaying and diminishing
the sound in one speaker, thus effectively shifting the
speaker’s image back.
The axis control allows you to adjust the optimum
listening height of the DSP loudspeakers, like a
balance control operating in the vertical plane.
If you have a Meridian Surround Controller or Audio
Core product these functions are performed via the
surround controller.
To change the balance
• Press Function < or Function > on the remote
until the display shows the current balance.
For example:
Bal. <0>
• Press Function A or Function V to change the
balance.
The display shows the direction and position of the
listening position.
For example:
Bal. 12>
There are 30 steps in each direction.
To change the axis
• Press Function < or Function > on the remote
until the display shows the current axis setting.
For example:
Axis -1 • Press Function A or Function V to change the
axis.
The axis can be adjusted between 3 and -2, where
0 corresponds to the axis of the treble unit. Usually a
listener will be below that position, so we recommend
settings of -1 or -2.
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Configuring the DSP
loudspeakers
Configuring the DSP loudspeakers
This chapter explains how to configure the DSP loudspeakers to suit the
other equipment in your system.
The first stage in configuring the DSP loudspeakers is to choose
one of the standard settings, and these are designed to set all of the
parameters to their most common values. You can also configure each
setting individually for applications not catered for by one of the standard
settings.
Once you have configured the DSP loudspeakers you will probably
never need to change the configuration, unless you alter the equipment
connected to your system at a later stage.
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Configuring the DSP
loudspeakers
Choosing standard settings
The DSP loudspeakers provide the following five
alternative standard settings, called Types, which
configure all aspects of the DSP loudspeakers into the
most commonly needed configurations:
• Release the remote key.
The display will show:
L.M.RJ45
You should now specify the speaker’s position as
follows.
Type
Description
1
Standard setting for 2-channel system.
5
For use with a Meridian CD player (eg 808)
connected to the SpeakerLink input; all other
sources use the co-axial input.
To specify the speaker position
• Press A or V to specify the speaker position.
The options are shown in the following table:
6
For use with a Meridian Surround Controller.
7
For use in a second room.
Display
Position
8
For use in the second or third room of a threeroom system.
L.
Left.
R.
Right.
C.
Centre (Type 6 only).
Types 2, 3, and 4 are for compatibility with 200/600
series units.
In all cases except Type 5 the SpeakerLink input is
used for all sources.
To choose Master or Slave and the
primary connector
To select a standard setting
You should select one loudspeaker to be the Master;
this will normally be the centre channel. For more
information see Connecting to other equipment, page
17. Each other DSP loudspeaker should be configured
as a Slave.
• Switch off the DSP loudspeaker.
• Press the green > (Play) key on the remote.
• Turn on the power again while holding down the
number key on the remote which corresponds to the
Type you want to use.
• For each speaker this steps between the following
four options:
Choosing one of the standard settings overrides any
other configuration you may have performed, and so
can be used to reset the configuration of the speakers.
The display will show the Type number.
For example:
Type 1
Option
Master/Slave
Primary input
M.RJ45
Master
Meridian SpeakerLink
M.Coax
Master
Digital co-axial
S.RJ45
Slave
Meridian SpeakerLink
S.Coax
Slave
Digital co-axial
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Configuring the DSP
loudspeakers
Initially all sources will be configured to use the primary
input you have specified, but you can configure
individual sources to use the other input; see To
configure a source, page 33.
For example, to define the left speaker as a Slave
using the digital co-axial connectors:
The display shows:
L.S.Coax
When you have configured the loudspeaker:
• Switch off the DSP loudspeaker, using the power
switch on the back, and then switch on again to
restore normal operation.
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Configuring the DSP
loudspeakers
Specifying information about your system
You can configure the operation of the DSP
loudspeakers to suit the way your system is set up, and
the way in which you want to use it. These settings are
configured automatically to appropriate values when
you choose one of the standard Type settings, and you
should not normally need to alter them; see To select a
standard setting, page 28.
Option
Initial value in Type 1
Volume mode
(1=normal, 2/3=second
or additional room)
L.E. 1
Balance control
(N or Y)
Bal. Y
Enhanced Bass Align­
ment? (SL, N, or Y)†
EBA SL
• Turn off the DSP loudspeaker, using the power
switch on the back panel.
Centre menus? (N or Y)
Centre N
• Turn on the power again while holding down the 0
key on the remote.
Centre Elevation (SL,
Off, Min, Med, or Max)†
Elev. SL
Diagnostic displays?
(N or Y)
Diag. N
Position (Free, Wall,
Sub1, Sub2, Corner,
SL) †
Pos. SL
Ambient temperature
for thermal protection ‡
Temp 24
To configure the DSP loudspeaker
The display will show the current setting of the first
configuration option.
For example:
L.M.RJ45
• Press > or < to step between the options.
• Press A or V to change the value of the current
option.
The following table shows the options you can
configure:
Option
Initial value in Type 1
Position and Master/
Slave
L.M.RJ45
Compatibility (G, 500,
200 Pre, or 200 CD)*
G
Controller mode (Auto,
Con, or NCon)
Auto
System address (1–8)
S.A. 1
Product address (1–8)
P.A. 1
* G gives 500 and 800 Comms and MSR+ sources,
500 gives 500 Comms and MSR sources, and 200
Pre or 200 CD are legacy modes.
† Only available on some models. SL (SpeakerLink)
allows the setting to be controlled by a suitable
controller, such as the 861 Reference Digital Surround
Controller, via the SpeakerLink connection.
‡ Not applicable to 5200.
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Configuring the DSP
loudspeakers
To specify the loudspeaker position
The frequency response of each loudspeaker can be
individually tailored to compensate for its position in the
room, or to integrate the sound with a subwoofer where
no surround controller is present.
Option
Pos.Corn
Speaker closer than
0.5m (20") to a corner.
Pos. SL
Frequency response
controlled via
SpeakerLink.
For multichannel systems with a surround controller we
recommend each speaker is configured individually.
For two-channel systems you may wish to set this
control to SL in both speakers so that it can be
adjusted remotely by the system controller (eg a
Meridian 818).
When configuring the DSP loudspeakers, point the
remote at the speakers, even if you have a Meridian
Surround Controller.
• Press > or < until the display shows the current
position setting.
For example:
Pos.Free
• Press A or V to select the appropriate option as
follows:
Option
What it means
Pos.Free
Flat frequency
response.
Pos.Wall
Speaker closer than
0.5m (20") to a wall.
Pos.Sub1
Applies a secondorder high-pass filter
at 80Hz for use with a
subwoofer.
Pos.Sub2
Applies a second-order
high-pass filter at
120Hz for use with a
subwoofer
What it means
To configure the centre elevation
The DSP5200HC and DSP7200HC include signal
processing software that raises the perceived source of
the audio. This is particularly useful in a home theatre
when the loudspeaker is below the screen; as well as
improving the sense of dialogue coming from centre
stage, it enhances the integration of sounds that pan
from left and right, giving a much more immersive
experience.
This setting defaults to SL, which allows it to be
controlled from the SpeakerLink menus in a Meridian
Surround Controller. If you have an older Surround
Controller you should set this manually.
• Press > or < until the display shows the current
setting.
For example:
Elev.Min
• Press A or V to select between Off, Minimum,
Medium, or Maximum.
A higher setting will raise the audio, but the ideal
setting will depend on your particular system. When set
too high some movie sequences can lose their tonal
qualities. We recommend you set the centre elevation
to the lowest setting that achieves a smooth transition
across left, centre, and right for panning sequences.
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Configuring the DSP
loudspeakers
To specify the ambient temperature for
thermal protection
The DSP 7200 drive units are protected from
overheating by thermal protection software. This is
already configured correctly for most domestic listening
environments, but if the ambient temperature is greater
than 24°C (75°F) you should adjust the ambient
temperature setting.
• Press > or < until the display shows the current
ambient temperature setting.
For example:
Temp 24
• Press A or V to specify the ambient temperature.
When thermal protection is active the lower left green
indicator will be illuminated.
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Configuring the DSP
loudspeakers
Configuring the sources
The DSP loudspeakers provide 12 sources
corresponding to the 12 source selection keys on the
remote:
To configure a source
CD, RADIO, DVD, AUX, DISC, TAPE, TV,
CABLE, SAT, VCR1, VCR2, and GAME.
• Press the source key on the remote corresponding to
the source you want to configure.
If the configuration you want is not catered for by
one of the standard settings, you can configure each
source individually.
For example, to configure the Radio source press
RADIO.
For each source you can configure:
While in configuration mode:
The display shows:
RD Radio
• The label used for it on the front panel display, from a
range of alternative labels.
• The digital input it selects.
• The comms type and address, to control other
Meridian equipment.
• Other advanced options.
• Press > or < to step between options.
You only need to configure the sources on the DSP
loudspeaker you have specified as the Master.
• Switch off at the back panel, and then switch on
again to restore normal operation.
The right-hand set of characters shows the current
value of the option.
• Press A or V to change the value of the option.
When you have finished programming sources:
The options are summarised in the table below:
Option
Alternatives
Explanation
Radio
CD, Radio,
LP, etc.
The label used to identify the source on the front panel
display.
Audio input
D1
D1 or D2.
Choose D1 for the input configured as the primary
connector, or D2 for the other input.
Comms
type
2C
1C – 9C, or
NC.
Choose 1C for a Meridian CD player, 2C for a Meridian
FM Tuner, 3C for a Meridian DVD player, 4C for a
Meridian Media Server, or NC otherwise.
Address
1A
1A – 8A.
Choose 1A unless you have several Meridian products of
the same Comms type.
FIFO
FF. Y
Y or N.
Choose N to disable the FIFO buffer if you have difficulty
locking to a poor source.
Label
Initial value
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Configuring the DSP
loudspeakers
35
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
This chapter provides suggested solutions to typical problems that may
occur when setting up the DSP loudspeakers.
If you are still not able to resolve a difficulty with the help of this guide
and the suggestions in the following pages, please contact your Meridian
dealer.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Display on front panel not lit
There is radio interference
• Check the display mode by pressing DISPLAY on the
MSR+.
• Check there is AC power connected to the socket on
the back of the DSP loudspeaker.
• Check the power switch on the back panel of the
DSP loudspeaker is turned on.
The DSP loudspeaker is a digital audio and computing
device which has been designed to very high standards
of electromagnetic compatibility.
If the display will still not illuminate, check any fuses in
your power supply and the fuse in the inlet of the DSP
loudspeaker. If these are all intact, contact your dealer.
Unit stays in standby
• Check that it is connected correctly.
• Turn the system on from another Meridian product in
the system.
Remote not working
If this equipment does cause or suffer from interference
to/from radio or television reception then the following
measures should be tried:
• Reorient the receiving aerial (or antenna) or route the
antenna cable of the receiver as far as possible from
the DSP loudspeaker and its cabling.
• Ensure that the receiver uses well-screened antenna
cable.
• Relocate the receiver with respect to the DSP
loudspeaker.
• Connect the receiver and this product to different AC
outlets.
• If the problem persists contact your dealer.
• Check the battery in the MSR+ remote.
• See if the DSP loudspeaker has been set up as not
controller in the Meridian Configuration program.
Note: This may be deliberate by your dealer.
Sound is odd or mono
Configuring the DSP loudspeaker does
not have any effect
Unit goes silent when played hard and
displays ‘Hot‘
• For source selection issues make sure that you are
configuring the DSP loudspeaker used as the Master
loudspeaker.
• For settings that can be controlled by SpeakerLink
(eg centre elevation) you must specifically configure
every loudspeaker, not just the Master.
The DSP loudspeakers have a temperature sensing
system on board, which prevents overheating of the
electronics. The sound will continue when the speaker
has cooled.
Drive units move when the speaker is
switched on or off
This indicates that DSP clipping is occurring.
This is normal as the speaker active electronics settle.
Only the master loudspeaker plays
• Check the cables are connected correctly.
• Check that the DSP loudspeakers are correctly
configured as Left and Right respectively.
The green indicator flashes or stays on
Brief flashes indicate occasional clipping which will not
be audible.
If the indicator stays on for long periods this may
indicate a fault in the configuration of your system, and
you should contact your Meridian dealer.
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Cleaning
Cleaning
Small marks on the lacquer surface can usually be
removed with a damp cloth.
Deeper scratches can be removed by treating with
additional polyester lacquer filler and then polishing
carefully. Consult your authorised Meridian dealer for
advice before attempting any repair.
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Service and guarantee
Service
The Meridian components have been carefully designed
to give years of untroubled service. There are no userserviceable parts inside the case, nor do the units
require any form of maintenance, apart from tightening
the drive units as described in this user guide.
In the unlikely event that your DSP loudspeaker fails to
function correctly, it should be returned, in its original
packaging, to your Meridian dealer.
Outside the UK, local warranty liability is restricted to
equipment purchased within the territory. Our agents
abroad are only under contractual obligation to service
under guarantee equipment sold through them. They
are entitled to make a non-refundable charge for any
service carried out on other equipment.
This guarantee does not limit your statutory rights
within the United Kingdom.
Product registration
In case of difficulty within the UK or USA please
contact the appropriate sales and service address
shown on page iv.
Register your Meridian DSP loudspeakers at:
In case of difficulty outside the UK or USA, contact
the importing agent for the territory. A list of Meridian
agents abroad is available from Meridian Audio.
and receive Exclusive Meridian News and discover
more about the Meridian Collection.
No responsibility can be accepted for the DSP
loudspeakers whilst in transit to the factory or an agent,
and customers are therefore advised to insure the unit.
When seeking service under guarantee, proof of the
date of purchase will be required.
Guarantee
Each DSP Digital Loudspeaker System is guaranteed
against defects in material and workmanship for two
years from the date of purchase.
The guarantee is void if the DSP Digital Loudspeaker
System has been subject to misuse, accident, or
negligence, or has been tampered with or modified in
any way without the written authorisation of Meridian
Audio Limited. Note: Connecting anything other than
the correct network lead to the Comms or SpeakerLink
sockets may cause damage to the DSP Digital
Loudspeaker System which will not be covered by this
guarantee. Attempted servicing by unauthorised people
may also invalidate this guarantee. Labour and carriage
charges are not covered unless by local agreement.
www.meridian-audio.com/support
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Index
A
Index
connections
absolute phase, changing 25
accessories 3
ambient temperature, specifying 32
auto configuration 20
axis, changing 26
B
Meridian Digital Theatre™ 4
digital co-axial 16
Meridian High Resolution (MHR) 3
SpeakerLink 16
mounting options 3
D
digital connections 16
configuring 28
balance, changing 26
bass, changing 25
BNC Comms 16
configuring 28
connecting with 19
configuring 31
centre frequency response,
configuring 32
input 16
output 16
communications connections 16
configuration options 30
configuring sources 33
connecting 16
using BNC Comms 19
using SpeakerLink (daisy chain)
18
using SpeakerLink (home run) 17
phase, changing 25
DSP5200 and DSP5200HC 7
power amplifiers 2
DSP7200 11
F
R
registration 38
feet, adjusting
DSP7200 12
frequency response, configuring 31
G
grilles, removing
cleaning 37
Comms 3
P
position, specifying 31
C
centre elevation 20
muting the sound 24
display, changing 23
DSP5200 8
cabinet 2
Meridian Digital Music System 5
Comms 16
remote, troubleshooting 36
rubber bumpons, fitting
DSP5200HC 9
S
safety warnings ii
sample configurations
DSP5200 and DSP5200HC 9
Meridian Digital Music System 5
DSP7200 and DSP7200HC 13
Meridian Digital Theatre™ 4
guarantee 38
selecting a source 22
service 38
L
Slave
lacquer finish 8, 12
listening position, changing 26
loudspeaker position, specifying 31
M
Master
configuring 30
specifying 28
sources
configuring 33
selecting 22
SpeakerLink 16
configuring 30
configuring 28
specifying 28
connecting with 17, 18
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Index
specifications
DSP5200 and DSP5200HC 10
DSP7000 and DSP7200HC 14
standard settings, configuring 28
standby, switching to 22
status indicators 23
switching to standby 22
T
temperature, specifying 32
tightening the drive units
DSP5200 and DSP5200HC 9
DSP7200 and DSP7200HC 13
tilt offset, configuring 32
treble, changing 25
troubleshooting 35
U
unpacking
DSP5200 and DSP5200HC 8
DSP7000 12
V
volume
adjusting 24
muting 24
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