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Owner’s Manual
Professional Public Address Amplifier
CA1 • CA1T
COLISEUM
PLL AM/FM RADIO
VOL
UP
M1
M2
MUTE
M4
M5
1
CHANNEL
3
7
3
7
1
9
1
9
4
INPUT
M3
5
6
2
4
5
6
2
8 2
0
10
10
4 5 6
4 5 6
7
8
9
0
3
2
1
10
4
7
8
9
0
4
5
6
3
7
1
9
CHANNEL
4
5
6
7
1
9
8 2
10
4
3
8
0
10
CHANNEL
4
5
6
5
3
7
1
9
2
10
CHANNEL
6
ZONE 4
ALL
ON
7
1
9
8
10
OUTPUT
LEVEL
9
10
6
3
0
ZONE 3
OFF
8 2
0
ZONE 2
8
1
5
ZONE 1
2
10
4
6
7
0
3
0
MASTER
5
3
MEMORY DOWN
CHANNEL
8 2
0
TREBLE
3
2
1
AM/FM
CHANNEL
BASS
Peak / Limiter
HEADPHONE
OUTPUT
CA1T
POWER
PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC ADDRESS POWER AMPLIFIER
Manual-Owners-CA1-CA1T-00-2v0.pdf
IMPORTANT NOTES
• Before connecting and using this amplifier, carefully read the instructions contained in this
manual. Please save for future reference.
• This manual is important to the operation of this product and must accompany it when changing owners. This will allow the new owner to get familiar with the product for installation, operation and safety.
• Faulty installation of this apparatus frees Yorkville Sound of all responsibility.
CAUTION
To prevent the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this equipment to rain or dampness.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. Please read the notes proceeded by the symbol
with special attention, they provide important safety information.
2. The power supply voltage of the amplifier has a sufficiently high value to involve the risk
of electrical shock; therefore, never install, connect, or disconnect the equipment with the
power supply turned on.
3. The metal parts of this equipment are earthed by means of the power cable. If the power socket
used to supply power does not have an earth connection, call a qualified electrician who will
earth the equipment by means of the terminal.
4. Make sure that the power supply cable of the equipment cannot be trodden on, or crushed by
objects to ensure that the cable is not damaged.
5. To prevent the risk of electric shock, never open the equipment: there are no parts inside that
the user can use.
6. Make sure that no objects or liquids can get into the speaker, as this could cause a short circuit.
7. Never attempt to make any repairs that are not described in this manual. Contact your authorized service center or qualified personnel when:
• The equipment does not function (or functions in an anomalous way).
• The power supply cable has been seriously damaged.
• Objects or liquids have got into the equipment.
• The equipment has been subject to heavy impact.
8. If the equipment is not to be used for long periods of time, switch it off and disconnect the
power supply cable.
9. If the equipment gives off any strange odors or smoke switch it off immediately and disconnect
the power from the supply cable.
PRECAUTIONS
• Do not obstruct the ventilation grilles of the equipment.
• Avoid having the amplifier work on overload for a long period of time.
• Fully tighten the screw terminals in order to ensure safe contact.
• Do not force buttons, controls etc., when trying to use them.
• When cleaning external parts, do not use thinners, spirits, or any other volatile substances.
DESCRIPTION
The amplifiers in the CA1, CA1T series have been expressly designed for transmitting announcements through all PA sound systems. They incorporate the following functions:
• 1 unbalanced 6.3 mm microphone input jack, microphone sensitivity.
• 3 combinations jack (XLR and 6.3 mm) inputs, line/microphone switchable sensitivity with selectable 24Vdc phantom power supply.
• 2 stereo RCA inputs, four stage with selectable sensitivity.
• 600Ω telephone paging input.
• 1 PRE OUT output.
• 1 MONITOR OUTPUT and 1W/8Ω slave output for monitoring musical signals.
• 1 MAIN IN input.
• Input 1 priority on the other inputs with vocal activation.
• Input 1, 2. 3, 4 priority on the other inputs, activation with contact.
• Outputs for speakers with constant impedance (4-ohm) and constant voltage (25-70-100 V).
• Treble and bass controls.
• VU-meter with LED’s.
• Protection against short-circuiting between output terminals.
• Direct current supplies 24 Vdc.
• Optional zone paging functions, four zone paging and all zone paging.
• Optional DTS AM/FM tuner. (Only CA1T.)
FRONT PANEL
13
12
11
10
BASS
TREBLE
4 5 6
4 5 6
COLISEUM
PLL AM/FM RADIO
3
2
1
AM/FM
VOL
UP
M1
M2
CHANNEL
4
INPUT
5
6
3
MUTE
1
7
2
M4
M5
CHANNEL
4
5
6
2
3
7
8 2
1
9
0
1
M3
1
9
0
0
3
2
1
10
7
8
9
0
4
5
6
CHANNEL
4
7
5
6
3
1
9
0
8
1
10
5
6
3
5
6
3
1
9
0
1
Peak / Limiter
4
11
BASS
TREBLE
4 5 6
4 5 6
5
0
3
2
1
10
4
MASTER
5
4
INPUT
5
6
3
MUTE
2
3
9
0
2
7
4
5
6
2
7
8 2
1
1
1
CHANNEL
10
CHANNEL
4
5
6
3
3
9
0
10
4
7
8 2
1
CHANNEL
5
6
3
9
0
8
1
10
4
7
8 2
1
4
CHANNEL
9
0
10
5
6
3
5
7
2
9
0
10
CHANNEL
6
3
ZONE 4
ALL
ON
1
10
Peak / Limiter
HEADPHONE
OUTPUT
8
9
10
3
CA1
POWER
PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC ADDRESS POWER AMPLIFIER
4
OUTPUT
LEVEL
9
6
7
0
ZONE 3
OFF
8 2
1
ZONE 2
8
1
5
ZONE 1
2
10
4
6
7
8
7
0
CHANNEL
9
3
7
8
9
0
6
10
COLISEUM
7
8
9
POWER
CA1T
PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC ADDRESS POWER AMPLIFIER
3
3
2
1
10
10
12
OUTPUT
LEVEL
9
9
0
ALL
ON
HEADPHONE
OUTPUT
8
10
ZONE 4
6
7
8 2
10
ZONE 3
8
1
5
ZONE 2
OFF
10
4
ZONE 1
2
CHANNEL
7
2
9
0
2
4
7
8 2
10
4
CHANNEL
6
8
7
0
3
3
MASTER
5
3
MEMORY DOWN
CHANNEL
8 2
10
7
8
9
4
9
5
6
7
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
1. INPUT 1 Input
This unbalanced input lets you connect a low-impedance dynamic microphone (30-600 ohms).
The connector uses 6.3 mm phone jack. The input features VOICE PRIORITY, which overrides
all other input signals once a microphone message is sensed. If you want to have this function
disabled permanently, please contact a Yorkville Sound Service Center.
Unbalanced Microphone
1/4-inch Mono Phone Plug
2. MUTE Switch
This switch lets you turn VOICE PRIORITY on or off for INPUT 1 (1).
3. Input Level Controls
These controls let you individually set the volume of the sound source that is connected to INPUT 1, INPUT 2, INPUT 3, INPUT 4, AUX 1 and AUX2 / TAPE. Turning the control clockwise
increases the volume of the corresponding source. We recommend to leave the controls of the
inputs not used to their minimal setting of “0.”
4. Music Signal Monitor Output Level Control
This control lets you set the volume of the sound output that is connected to the MONITOR
OUTPUT (5) and 1W/8Ω (31). Turning the controls clockwise increases the volume of the
corresponding source.
5. MONITOR OUTPUT
This allows the signal output of the AUX1, AUX2 / TAPE, CASSETTE and TUNER to be monitored. It can be used to control an audio appliance with input with impedance over 600ohms
(e.g. earphone or an additional amplifier etc.). The output signal is controlled only by the volume
controls of the AUX1, AUX2 / TAPE, TUNER and music signal level control (4). This function also
behaves as a toggle switch for the 1W/8Ω (31) additional loudspeaker.
Symetrical
Signal
Earth
Stereo Jack (TRS)
6. POWER Switch
Using the POWER switch lets you turn the main power on or off.
7. Indicator
When switching the amplifier’s power on, the Peak/Limiter indicator lights momentarily. When
the amplifier’s output overloads, the OVERLOAD indicator lights and interrupts the output. For
best equipment life, adjust the volume to a lower setting.
8. LED VU-Meter
This LED indicator displays the signal’s output level. For proper operation of the amplifier, a correct volume setting is of major importance. The first eight LED segments on the lower portion
represent the area between -20dB and 0dB, in which the outputted level should be kept. If the
last two segments on the upper portion are lit for a long period of time, this means that the output signal is being driven into clipping (which usually results in audible distortion). You need to
adjust the volume to a lower setting.
9. Zone Selection Switches
Speaker lines of each zone (Z1 ~ Z4) can be connected or disconnected independently. To connect the speaker lines, turn the switch on. To disconnect the speaker lines, turn the switch off.
Individual zones can be selected by turning these switches on or off. All speakers connected to a
specific zone may be turned on or off in this manner. The ALL switch overrides the individual switches and switches all zones on, regardless of whether or not the individual zone switch is on or off.
10. MASTER Volume Control
The setting of this control determines the output level that is present at the loudspeaker OUTPUT. We recommend to generally adjust the MASTER and the input level controls at moderate
settings. Extreme settings, when the MASTER is set to maximum output, and the input controls
are nearly set to their minimum or vice versa are not recommended.
11. Common TREBLE Control
When turned clockwise this control enhances the high frequency reproduction, while turning it
counter-clockwise attenuates the treble frequencies. If the control is set to its center position, the
overall frequency response is not being altered.
12. Common BASS Control
When turned clockwise this control enhances the low frequency reproduction, while turning it
counter-clockwise attenuates the bass frequencies. If the control is set to its center position, the
overall frequency response is not being altered.
13. Optional DTS AM/FM Tuner (Only CAIT)
i. Radio ON/OFF and volume control (VOL) The radio can be operated if this knob is rotated
clockwise and an indication appears on the display (ii). Rotate the volume control clockwise to
increase the radio’s output signal level.
ii. Display This display indicates the tuned frequency and memory number. When the display is off, the radio does not work.
iii. AM/FM Radio Selection Button (AM/FM) Use this button to select the desired band. The
band alternates between AM and FM with each depression of this button.
iv. Tuning Button (UP/DOWN) Use this button to select the desired station. If the down button
is pressed for longer than 1.5 seconds. The AM frequency automatically decreases at 10kHz
intervals, while the FM frequency automatically decreases at 0.1MHz intervals, till the radio
is tuned in. To stop the selection manually, press the down key again during automatic tuning. Similarly, press the UP button will increase the AM frequency at 10kHz intervals and FM
frequency at 0.1MHz intervals. The selection stops when radio is tuned in or the UP key is
pressed again.
v. MEMORY Button If the button is pressed, then press selection button (M1-M5), the frequency
shown on the display is stored together with the memory number. Stored data is kept for about
one week even when the power is not supplied.
vi.Selection Button (MI-M5) Up to five of each of AM and FM stations can be stored. Press this
button for shows the stored station frequency and memory number on the display (ii).
i
ii
PLL AM/FM RADIO
iii
AM/FM
VOL
UP
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
vi
MEMORY DOWN
v
iv
REAR PANEL
15A
z515/1b5
120VAC
60Hz 2.6A
ON
29
28
27
26
25
L
RL iste
1W / 8Ω
DC POWER
230V
50Hz 1,3A
30
d
DC 24V
31
NT
32
+
PRIORITY
-
TEL. PAGING
T
R
COLISEUM
G
OFF
FM
ANTENNA
PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC ADDRESS POWER AMPLIFIER
DESIGNED & MANUFACTURED FOR YORKVILLE SOUND • TORONTO, CANADA
DC
24V 15A
+
-
COM
4Ω
25V
70V
TEL VOLUME
100V
1: CD PLAYER
2: AM/FM RADIO
3: CASSETTE PLAYER
4: AUX IN
CAUTION: REPLACE WITH
SAME TYPE FUSE AND RATING
FUSE: T 5,0 A
14
ATTENTION: UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE
RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE ET CALIBRE
LINE
15
GND
COM
16
17
18
NT
1v1
120VAC
60Hz 2.6A
230V
50Hz 1,3A
AUX 1
LINE
24V
24V
MIC
L
AM LOOP
R
R
CHANNEL 6 CHANNEL 5
INPUT
INPUT
CHANNEL 4
INPUT
CHANNEL 3
INPUT
20 21
22
23
28
27
26
29
LINE
MIC
CHANNEL 2
INPUT
24
L
RL iste
1W / 8Ω
DC POWER
ON
30
AUX 2
24V
MIC
d
15A
31
19
1 2 3 4
L
PRE
OUT
COM Zone 4 Zone 3 Zone 2 Zone 1
MAIN
IN
32
DC 24V
COM
1 2 3 4
+
PRIORITY
-
TEL. PAGING
T
R
COLISEUM
G
OFF
PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC ADDRESS POWER AMPLIFIER
DESIGNED & MANUFACTURED FOR YORKVILLE SOUND • TORONTO, CANADA
DC
+
24V 15A
-
COM
4Ω
25V
70V
TEL VOLUME
100V
1: CD PLAYER
2: AM/FM RADIO
3: CASSETTE PLAYER
4: AUX IN
CAUTION: REPLACE WITH
SAME TYPE FUSE AND RATING
FUSE: T 5,0 A
14
15
ATTENTION: UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE
RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE ET CALIBRE
LINE
GND
COM
COM
PRE
OUT
COM Zone 4 Zone 3 Zone 2 Zone 1
MAIN
IN
16
17
18
19
20 21
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
AUX 2
AUX 1
L
24V
MIC
LINE
24V
MIC
LINE
24V
MIC
L
R
R
CHANNEL 6 CHANNEL 5
INPUT
INPUT
CHANNEL 4
INPUT
22
CHANNEL 3
INPUT
CHANNEL 2
INPUT
23
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
14. Main Cord Connector
This connector is meant to connect the supplied mains (power) cord.
15. AC Fuse
The fuse protecting the AC (alternating current) circuits of the equipment. The fuse should only
be changed in the event of a fault, or changing the supply voltage which should be done by at a
Yorkville Sound service center.
16. GND Screw
In case the mains outlet being used does not have a ground conductor, this screw offers the
possibility to ground the amplifiers metal parts. Leave this procedure to an experienced, qualified
electrician to ensure safety.
17. Terminals for the DC Battery Supply
These two terminals allow the connection of an external 24 Vdc power supply (e.g. a 24Vdc battery). In this way continuous operation of the amplifier is maintained even during a power outage, since it is automatically switched to the DC power source.
Note: The amplifier is not capable of recharging the connected battery. Thus, it is recommended
to have a suitable device at hand. When the amplifier is operated on the DC power source, the
nominal power handling capacity drops by approximately 20%.
DC
24V 15A
+
-
COM
4Ω
25V
70V
100V
24Vdc
18. Zone Output Terminal Strip
This output terminal connects to the speaker lines. Total speaker wattage is up to nominal power
for zones 1-4. When using a zone selector low-impedance speakers cannot be used, default is
constant voltage 70V output.
19. Output Terminal Strip
These 5 terminals allow connecting speakers.
COM
COM
COM Zone 4 Zone 3 Zone 2 Zone 1
0
70V
0
70V
0
70V
0
Connecting the speakers to 70V output
DC
24V 15A
+
-
COM
4Ω
25V
70V
100V
4-ohms
Connecting the speakers to 4-ohm output
DC
+
24V 15A
-
COM
4Ω
25V
70V
8-ohms
100V
8-ohms
Total Impedance 4-ohms
70V
DC
+
24V 15A
-
COM
4Ω
25V
70V
0
100V
25V
0
25V
0
25V
Connecting the speakers to 25V output
DC
+
24V 15A
-
COM
4Ω
25V
70V
100V
0
70V
0
70V
0
70V
Connecting the speakers to 70V output
DC
+
24V 15A
-
COM
4Ω
25V
70V
100V
0
100V
0
100V
0
100V
Connecting the speakers to 100V output
20. PRE OUT Terminal Strip
This terminal strip outputs the mixed audio signals of all sources (that are connected to the
amplifier’s inputs) and can be used to feed an external power amplifier, a signal processor
(e.g. an equalizer) or any other external appliance. The unbalanced signal is affected by the
individual input controls. Before using the PRE OUT you need to remove the bridging-strip
between this binding post and the MAIN IN terminal (21).
21. MAIN IN Terminal Strip
After removing the bridging-strip between the PRE OUT and the MAIN IN terminals you can
use an external signal processor (e.g. an equalizer) in the audio-chain between the pre-amplifier and the power output stage of the power amplifier This opportunity provides a proper
solution whenever shaping or improving the audio signal is necessary (adjusting delay
times, equalizing, eliminating the Larsen-effect, etc.). The input is unbalanced, and is affected by the tone controls and the master volume control.
22. AUX 1 and AUX 2 Inputs
These two RCA-type connectors let you connect the two channels of an external high-level
unbalanced signal source, such as an AM/FM tuner, a cassette deck, a CD player etc. Use input
sensitivity switch (27), suitable for difference appliances.
Unbalanced Signal
(channel Lo R)
Earth
RCA Plug
23. INPUT 2, INPUT 3 and INPUT 4 lnputs
These three balanced/unbalanced combination type jack (XLR and 6.3mm) inputs are meant
for the connection of condenser type microphones that use 24V phantom power, dynamic microphones (30-600 ohms) or a high level sound source (e.g. AM/FM tuner, cassette desk, CD
player, etc.). In case you are using it is necessary to use the switch (26).
2
1
3
Balanced
Microphone
3-pin XLR
(seen from the soldered side)
2
1
3
Unbalanced
Microphone
3-pin XLR
(seen from the soldered side)
Balanced
Microphone
Stereo Jack (TRS)
Unbalanced
Microphone
1/4-inch Mono Phone Plug
Note: Connecting unbalanced microphones to the amplifier when the phantom is switched on
could lead to severe damage on the microphones and is therefore not recommended. It is absolutely mandatory to perform any plugging or unplugging of microphone cables with the phantom
power turned off. Also, make sure that the phantom power is turned off when using microphones
that are not meant to be operated with phantom power. The voltage is present on pin2 and pin3
of the XLR-connector could lead to severe damages on the microphones. When in doubt, please
consult the owner’s manual of the questionable microphone or contact your dealer before you
perform any connections.
24. AM Loop Antenna (CA1T Only)
This antenna for receives AM frequency band waves.
25. FM Antenna (CA1T Only)
This antenna for receives FM frequency band waves.
26. INPUT 2, INPUT 3 and INPUT 4 lnputs Sensitivity and XLR Phantom Power 24V Switch
By turning these switchs to the LINE position INPUT 2, INPUT 3 and INPUT4 can be connected
to an audio source with high level signal output. By turning these switches to the MIC position
the INPUT 2, INPUT 3 and INPUT4 can be connected to a dynamic microphone with low impedance. By selecting the switch to the 24V position, connects the 24V phantom supply on the XLR
(pin2 and pin3) of INPUT 2, INPUT 3 and INPUT4. This is necessary to operate condenser type
microphones which require this type of external supply.
It is recommended to use this switch with the master volume set to minimum.
27. lnput Sensitivity Switch (AUX1, AUX2)
By setting these switches onto the “1” position the AUX1 and AUX2 inputs are suitable for connecting a CD-player. By setting these switches onto the “2” position the AUX1, AUX2 input is
suitable for connecting an AM/FM radio signal output. By setting these switches onto the “3”
position, the AUX1, AUX2 input are suitable for connecting to a desktop cassette player signal
output. By setting these switches to the “4” position, the AUX1, AUX2 input are suitable for connected high-level signal outputs.
28. Telephone Paging Input Level Control
This control allows you to set the volume of the sound source that is connected to the TEL. Paging (29) terminal. Turning control clockwise increases the volume of the corresponding source.
We recommend to leave the control at their minimal setting of “0” if not used.
29. lnput TEL. Paging
The terminal strip input lets you connect to a telephone signal (600 ohms). The input features
a VOICE PRIORITY function, which overrides all other input signals once a telephone signal is
sensed. If you want to have this function disabled permanently, please contact a Yorkville Sound
Service Center.
30. Priority Terminal
When short-circuiting these terminals (i.e. by means of using an electrical switch), the audio signals coming from AUX1, AUX2/TAPE, CASSETTE and TUNER are attenuated while the signals
coming from INPUT1, INPUT2 and INPUT4 have priority.
1W / 8Ω
+
PRIORITY
-
TEL. PAGING
T
R
G
Auxiliary
Contact
31. Output Terminal for Auxiliary Loudspeaker
This terminal is meant to connect a small external loudspeaker that is driven by an internal auxiliary power amplifier, providing a nominal output 1 watt. Only the mixed audio signal coming from
AUX1, AUX2/TAPE, CASSETTE and TUNER are included in the outputted signal. In addition,
the output signal is controlled only by the volume controls of the AUX1, AUX2/TAPE, TUNER
and music signal level control (4). This function is toggled by the the MONITOR OUTPUT (5).
1W / 8Ω
+
PRIORITY
-
TEL. PAGING
T
1W 8-ohms
32. DC switch
This switch lets you turn the battery supply on or off
10
R
G
INSTALLATION NOTES
At all times, the amplifier has to be operated under appropriate conditions. This includes that the
operation location provided sufficient ventilation and the device is not exposed to direct sunlight
or direct radiation or reflection from any heat source. Installing the loudspeaker systems choose
a location that gets not affected by extreme and/or constant vibration or other mechanical oscillation. Also make sure that the speakers are installed at locations that are free from dust and/or
moisture.
CAUTION
We strongly recommend that you leave the connection of the appliance to the qualified and experienced service technical who is specialized in connecting electrical and electronically equipment. Do not take the risk of electro-shock or shock hazard. To reduce the risk of electro-shock
all connections have to be accomplished before it is permissible to connect the amplifier to the
main supply. Before connecting the appliance to the mains supply, once again make certain that
all connections are carried out correctly and that no short-circuits exist. The overall sound reinforcement installation has to be in accordance to the laws regulations, standards and guidelines
that are relevant and applicable in the country where the equipment is going to be operated.
AC POWER SUPPLY
CAUTION
Before using the amplifier for the first time make sure that the appliance IS set in accordance
to your mains supply. Otherwise, please consult your Yorkville dealer who will configure your
equipment for the correct voltage. Connect the amplifier only to grounded mains outlets. Connecting the amplifier to the mains supply (115Vac respectively 230Vac) has to be accomplished
by inserting the supplied mains cord into the corresponding socket (15) and afterward plugging
it into a mains outlet.
DC POWER SUPPLY
CAUTION
A 24V DC power source (i e. a battery) has to be connected to the terminals (18) that are covered by the protective lid. To reduce the risk of dropping voltage to a minimum and to eliminate
the danger of damaging the battery cables by thermal overload, these cables have to be at
least 2.5mm2 in diameter, each. Switching the amplifier on or off is performed through the power
switch (33).
CONNECTING THE OUTPUT TERMINALS
CAUTION
To avoid the risk of electrical shock, never touch the bare conductors leading to the output terminals of the amplifier when it is in operation. Under figures, show the possible connections of thee
OUTPUT speaker terminals accessible by removing the protective cover. Bear in mind the following rules:
Constant Impedance Lines
• The total impedance of the speakers connected must correspond to that selected on amplifier’s output terminals.
• The sum of the power capacities of the speakers must be no lower than the amplifier’s power
capacity.
• The length of the connecting cables must be as possible; in any case, the longer the distance
to be covered and the greater must be the cross-section of the cables.
Constant voltage lines
• Each speaker must be equipped with a line transformer with an input voltage equal to that of
the line (25, 70, 100V).
• The sum of the power capacities of the speakers must not exceed the output power capacity of the amplifier (i.e. total wattage of speakers installed in zones 1 through 4).
11
Technical data
Amplifier section
Type 60W-Mono-tabletop
120W-Mono-tabletop
Output power capacity Nominal: 60W- maximum: 90W
Nominal: 120W- maximum: 18OW
Nominal power capacity
with supply at 24Vdc
45W
90W
Frequency response 50-15,000Hz (±3dB)
Total harmonic distortion ≤ 1% (1 kHz-nominal power capacity)
Signal / noise ratio INPUT 1-4, AUX 1 ,2: >45dB
MAIN IN: >55dB
Inputs / sensitivity-impedance INPUT 1 / 6.3mm jack / -54dB (2mV) -300Ω / unbalanced
INPUT 2-4 / XLR and 6.3mm combination socket / balanced
Micro: -60dB (1mV) - 600Ω
Line: -22dB (75mV) -47KΩ
AUX1-2 / stereo RCA jack / unbalanced
1: 0dB (1V) -240Ω (for CD player)
2: -6dB (500mV)-120KΩ (for tuner radio)
3: -10dB (300mV) -75KΩ (tor cassette player)
4: -20dB (100mV) -24KΩ (for auxiliary appliance)
MAlN IN / mono RCA jack 1 0dB (1V) -1OKΩ / unbalanced
Outputs for speakers / ohms 4 ohms Outputs for speakers / Volts 25V-70V-100V (10Ω, 83Ω, 170Ω)
25V-70V-100V (5Ω, 42Ω, 83Ω)
Additional outputs / voltage-impedance PRE OUT / mono RCA jack / 1V-600Ω / unbalanced
Loudspeaker / on terminal board / 1 watt-8Ω
Monitor output / 6.3mm jack / 1.5V-6OOΩ / balanced
Tone controls Bass ±10dB-100Hz
Treble ±10dB-10kHz
Controls 7 volume controls for INPUT 1-4, AUX1-2 and tel. paging
1 master volume control
1 treble control
1 bass control
5 zone paging select switch
Power supply / Consumption 115/230 Vac (±5%)-60/50Hz / 200VA
115/230 Vac (±5%)-60/50Hz / 400VA
Direct current draw (24V) 5A
10A
Dimensions (LxHxW) 480 x 320 x 150 mm
Weight 9kg
12kg
12
DTS radio tuner section
Band AM / FM
Tuning ranqe AM: 530kHz-1600kHz in 10kHz steps
FM: 87.5MHz-108MHz in 100kHz steps
Controls Radio ON / OFF with volume control
Band selector button
Frequency UP / DOWN button
Memory button 5 memory buttons
Indicator LCD
Example of possible connections
COLISEUM
PLL AM/FM RADIO
VOL
UP
M2
CHANNEL
4
INPUT
5
6
3
MUTE
2
M3
M4
M5
1
CHANNEL
7
3
4
5
6
2
7
8 2
1
9
0
1
9
0
4 5 6
4 5 6
7
8
9
0
7
8
9
0
CHANNEL
4
5
6
7
CHANNEL
4
5
6
3
1
9
0
8
1
10
CHANNEL
4
7
8 2
10
4
6
5
6
3
1
9
0
1
OUTPUT
LEVEL
9
10
Peak / Limiter
POWER
CA1T
9
0
ALL
ON
HEADPHONE
OUTPUT
8
10
ZONE 4
6
7
8 2
10
ZONE 3
8
1
5
ZONE 2
OFF
10
4
ZONE 1
2
CHANNEL
7
2
9
0
5
3
PAGING SELECTION
6
7
0
3
3
MASTER
5
3
3
2
1
10
4
MEMORY DOWN
8 2
10
TREBLE
3
2
1
AM/FM
M1
BASS
10
PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC ADDRESS POWER AMPLIFIER
Microphone
Headphones
Microphone
Stand
COLISEUM
BASS
TREBLE
4 5 6
4 5 6
3
2
1
7
8
9
0
3
2
1
10
4
1
3
7
3
7
1
9
1
9
4
INPUT
MUTE
5
6
2
4
5
6
2
8 2
0
10
CHANNEL
4
5
6
3
3
7
1
9
8 2
0
10
CHANNEL
4
5
6
7
1
9
8 2
0
10
4
3
8
0
10
CHANNEL
4
5
6
5
3
7
2
1
9
2
CHANNEL
6
10
7
1
9
8
0
ZONE 4
ALL
ON
10
10
Peak / Limiter
HEADPHONE
OUTPUT
CA1
PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC ADDRESS POWER AMPLIFIER
Microphone
Headphones
Microphone
Stand
13
OUTPUT
LEVEL
9
6
3
8 2
0
ZONE 3
8
1
5
ZONE 2
OFF
10
4
ZONE 1
7
0
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
PAGING SELECTION
6
3
7
8
9
0
MASTER
5
POWER
Example of possible connections
Microphone
CD Player
AM /FM Tuner
Microphone
Stand
Cassette Recorder
Tele p h o n y
CD Player
AM/FM Tuner
Cassette Recorder
15A
z515/1b5
120VAC
60Hz 2.6A
230V
50Hz 1,3A
DC POWER
ON
L
RL iste
d
1W / 8Ω
+
PRIORITY
-
TEL. PAGING
T
R
COLISEUM
G
OFF
FM
ANTENNA
PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC ADDRESS POWER AMPLIFIER
DESIGNED & MANUFACTURED FOR YORKVILLE SOUND • TORONTO, CANADA
DC
+
24V 15A
-
COM
4Ω
25V
70V
TEL VOLUME
100V
1: CD PLAYER
2: AM/FM RADIO
3: CASSETTE PLAYER
4: AUX IN
CAUTION: REPLACE WITH
SAME TYPE FUSE AND RATING
LINE
FUSE: T 5,0 A
ATTENTION: UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE
RECHANGE DE MEME TYPE ET CALIBRE
DC 24V
NT
Contact
“Voice Priority”
GND
COM
COM
COM Zone 4 Zone 3 Zone 2 Zone 1
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
AUX 2
AUX 1
L
PRE
OUT
24V
MIC
LINE
24V
MIC
LINE
24V
MIC
L
AM LOOP
MAIN
IN
R
R
CHANNEL 6 CHANNEL 5
INPUT
INPUT
CHANNEL 4
INPUT
CHANNEL 3
INPUT
CHANNEL 2
INPUT
Mains
Equalizer
Power Amplifier
24 V
Horn Speaker
Speak e r
Battery
Sound Column
14
15
WORLD HEADQUARTERS
CANADA
U.S.A.
Yorkville Sound
Yorkville Sound Inc.
550 Granite Court
Pickering, Ontario
L1W-3Y8 CANADA
4625 Witmer Industrial Estate
Niagara Falls, New York
14305 USA
Voice: (905) 837-8481
Fax: (905) 837-8746
Voice: (716) 297-2920
Fax: (716) 297-3689
Printed in China

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