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AV uno

AV due AV quattro

AV 5.1k

OWNER’S

MANUAL

CAR AUDIO MULTICHANNEL

AMPLIFIER

Release 1.2

www.audison.eu

AV qua ttro

AV quattro / OWNER’S MANUAL

Index

1. INTRODUCTION ...........................................................................................................................................03

2. PACKAGING CONTENTS ..............................................................................................................................04

2.1 Available accessories ...............................................................................................................................04

3. SAFE SOUND ................................................................................................................................................05

4. PRECAUTIONS .............................................................................................................................................06

5. INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................................................07

6. REAR PANEL ................................................................................................................................................08

6.1 How to connect power cables .................................................................................................................08

6.2 How to replace the fuse ..........................................................................................................................09

6.3 How to connect the remote switch ..........................................................................................................09

6.4 Remote switching via SPK IN ................................................................................................................... 10

6.5 How to connect the Sub remote volume control ...................................................................................... 10

7. FRONT PANEL .............................................................................................................................................. 11

7.1 Input controls ........................................................................................................................................... 12

7.2 How to connect a source via PRE inputs ................................................................................................. 13

7.3 How to connect a source via the Speaker IN High-Level input ................................................................. 13

8. INPUT CONTROLS ....................................................................................................................................... 14

8.1 Control panel: switches and adjustments ................................................................................................. 14

8.2 Setting up filters ....................................................................................................................................... 15

8.2.1 A Channels ........................................................................................................................................ 16

8.2.2 B Channels ........................................................................................................................................ 16

8.3 Example 4 Ch: Front + Rear with IN A - IN B + PREOUT inputs ................................................................ 18

8.4 Example 4 Ch: Woofer + MID HI with IN A + PREOUT inputs .................................................................... 19

8.5 Example 3 Ch: Front + Sub with IN A + PREOUT inputs ...........................................................................20

8.6 Example 2 Ch: Left + Right with IN A Right + IN B Right inputs ..................................................................21

8.7 Example 4 Ch: Front + Rear with SPK IN A - SPK IN B + PREOUT inputs .................................................22

9. ACCESSORIES: AV bit IN ............................................................................................................................23

9.1 How to insert AV bit IN .............................................................................................................................24

9.2 Front panel ..............................................................................................................................................25

9.3 Control panel display ................................................................................................................................26

9.4 How to connect the amplifier equipped with AV bit IN to the system ........................................................27

9.5 How to configure AV bit IN .......................................................................................................................28

9.6 Full DA Example: Front + Rear + Sub with Audison bit Ten D processor ..................................................29

9.7 Full DA Example: Woofer + Tweeter + Sub with Audison bit Ten D processor ..........................................30

9.8 Full DA Example: Front + Rear + Sub with Audison bit One processor .....................................................31

9.9 Full DA Example: Woofer + Tweeter + Sub with Audison bit One processor .............................................32

10. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................................33

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1. INTRODUCTION

AV quattro / 1

Coming directly from the know-how of the exceptional Thesis line, Voce components takes the experience of listening in the car to a new level of excellence.

Project innovation, advanced design, benchmark performance; the synthesis of consolidated know-how applied to car audio systems. The Voce project was born to make Thesis sound quality available to a wider - but no less demanding - audience. The development of these components took advantage of the major innovations introduced while designing the Thesis line: analog and digital technologies combined using different classes of configuration for amplifiers, reduction of the main sources of non-linear distortion, linearization of acoustic and electric loads, control of cone and diaphragm resonance for speakers. To achieve these goals it was necessary to develop new circuit solutions, increase heat capacity, design new moulds for baskets and diaphragms and define new assembly procedures and quality control.

A delicate balance of analysis and refinement led us to results exceeding our expectations and set a new benchmark for the category.

THE AV quattro AMPLIFIER PROJECT

AV quattro is a four-channel amplifier which can work in four, three, two channel mode, delivering 800 W (RMS) power total. It is designed in order to handle complex configurations as front/rear and multi-channel systems.

Inputs and ART TM ensure interfacing with every type of source; up to 24 dB/Oct. slope crossovers allow to build frontrear, front-sub or multi-amplified systems always having a non-filtered output signal to expand the system. AV quattro also allows you to replace the analog input board with the digital one (AV bit IN).

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2. PACKAGING CONTENT

- Amplifier AV quattro

- Quick start guide

- Warranty

- nr.4 3,9 x 25mm / 0,15” x 0,99

self-tapping cross-headed

fixing screws

- N. 1 Allen wrench 0,118”

- nr.1 60A AFS spare fuse.

- CD ROM with:

This Owner’s manual (.pdf format)

Test tracks

2.1

AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES

(not provided)

- AV bit IN: AV amplifiers digital interface

AV Amplifiers

AV uno, AV due, AV quattro, AV 5.1k

Rev. 2.0

TEST SIGNAL

Track_01. sine sweep (10 min)

Track_02. white noise (15 min)

Track_03. pink noise (10 min)

Track_04. sine wave 50 Hz - 0 dB (2 min)

Track_05. sine wave 1 kHz - 0 dB (2 min)

CD ROM

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- VCRA: SUB volume remote control

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3. SAFE SOUND

AV quattro / 3

AUDISON AMPLIFIERS CAN BE PART OF A HIGH POWER AUDIO SYSTEM THAT

CAN GENERATE VERY HIGH UNDISTORTED SOUND PRESSURE LEVELS.

PLEASE REMEMBER THAT LONG EXPOSURE TO AN EXCESSIVELY HIGH

SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL MAY DAMAGE YOUR HEARING; THEREFORE,

PLEASE USE COMMON SENSE AND PRACTICE SAFE SOUND.

Safety must be at the forefront while driving. The listening volume should never obscure the noise coming from the outside of your vehicle; you should be able to hear the sounds generated by your vehicle in order to promptly face any emergency situation.

To achieve the best possible performance from your new components, we recommend you follow the instructions in this manual carefully. In order to design and create top level car hi-fi systems you need to understand automobile mechanical and electrical issues very well; if you think you lack the required knowledge or the proper tools, please consult with a specialized installer.

A professional installation will ensure your system delivers all the performance you have paid for, without affecting the safety and reliability of your vehicle.

This manual has been designed to provide you with the basic instructions required to install and use this product.

However, the range of possible applications is very wide; to obtain further information, please contact your authorized

Audison dealer or Audison service center.

You can also send an e-mail directly to the following addresses:

Italy - [email protected]

Worldwide - [email protected]

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4. GENERAL PRECAUTIONS

• This symbol indicates that you have to pay attention to these instructions. Disregarding them might cause

accidental harms or damage your amplifier.

• Before installing the amplifier, make sure you carefully read and understand all instructions.

• The vehicle electric system must have 12V DC voltage with negative to ground. Make sure your car has it in order

to avoid any damages to your amplifier and to the vehicle.

• Pre-plan the configuration of your new amplifier and the best wiring routes to ease installation.

• Always wear protective eyewear when using tools that may generate splinters.

• During installation, keep the amplifier in its packing as long as possible; this will protect it from damages.

• Secure all auxiliary devices you built to install the components to the vehicle structure through brackets, screws, nuts and bolts;

this insures stability and safety while driving.

• The amplifier detachment while driving can damage the people in the vehicle and other cars. Secure the amplifier at best, paying

utmost attention if installation is inside the passenger’s compartment. Do not carry out any installation inside the engine

compartment.

• Before installing the amplifier, turn off the source and all other electronic devices in the audio system for preventing any damages.

• Make sure the location you chose for the components does not affect the correct functioning of the vehicle mechanic and electric

devices.

• Do not run the cables or install the amplifier next to electronic gearcases.

• Use extreme caution when cutting or drilling the car plate, checking there are no electrical wiring or structural element underneath.

• Before connecting the power cable to the amplifier, disconnect the negative lead ( - ) from the car battery.

• Make sure power cable is not short circuited during installation and connection.

• Power cable must have mechanically resistant and self-extinguishing insulation. Its section have a size corresponding with what is

suggested in this manual. Avoid to run it over or through sharp edges or close to moving mechanical devices. Make sure it is well

fixed all along its length. Block positive and negative cables just close to the amplifier respective power supply terminal blocks

through a clamping screw.

• Use rubber grommets to protect the wire if it runs in a hole of the plate or proper materials if it is close to heat-generating parts.

• To ground the device ( - ) in the right way, use a screw in the vehicle chassis; scrape all paint or grease from the metal if

necessary, checking with a tester that there is continuity between the battery negative terminal ( - ) and the fixing point. If

possible, connect all components to the same ground point; this solution rejects most noise.

• Route all signal cables away from power cables.

• Never run cables outside the vehicle; you would not be protected against wear and in case of accidents.

• When installing speakers and the cables that connect them, make sure that non-insulated parts never touch, even occasionally,

the vehicle cutting parts. If they do, the amplifier protection is activated.

• To prevent all problems, use very good quality cables, connectors and accessories, choosing them in Connection catalogue.

• When installation is over, and before plugging the main power supply fuse, check the system wiring and make sure all

connections were done in the right way.

• Power amplifiers put an increased load on the battery and on its charging system. We recommend checking your alternator and

battery condition to ensure they can handle the increased consumption. Standard electrical systems which are in good condition

should be able to stand this extra load without problems but we recommend the use of an energy storage capacitor and/or a

battery for high level audio systems.

• Put a fuse and its insulated fuse holder 40 cm max. far from the battery positive terminal; connect one end of the power cable to it

after connecting the other end to the amplifier. The fuse value must be 50% higher than the amplifier built-in one. In case the

cable supplies several amplifiers, the fuse value will have to be 50% higher than the sum of the values of all other fuses in the

amplifiers.

• There must be good air circulation where the amplifier is installed; this area must not be affected by humidity, rain, external

deposits or parts coming from the vehicle mechanical devices. Do not hinder in any way the cooling of the amplifier side fins

• Install the amplifier in the vehicle parts where temperature is between 0°C (32°F) and 55°C (131°F).

WARNING .

When working in demanding conditions, the amplifier can reach temperatures of around 80 - 90°C

(176 ÷ 194°F). Make sure it is not dangerously hot before touching it.

• Periodically clean the amplifier without using aggressive solvents that might damage it. Dampen a piece of cloth with water

and soap, wring it and clean the amplifier. Then use a piece of cloth dampened with water only; eventually clean the amplifier

with a dry piece of cloth.

• Remove dust and solid deposits from the heat sink side fins. Don’t use compressed air on the amplifier since it would push

solid parts in the amplifiers. If necessary, please contact a specialised service centre for internal cleaning. Cooling system

obstruction makes the amplifier go in safety mode.

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5. INSTALLATION

External size

AV quattro / 5

Mounting size

399 mm / 15,72”

How to remove the panel

Allen wrench

0,118”

470 mm / 18,50”

How to mount

self-tapping screw 3,9 x 25 mm / 0,15” x 0,99

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6. REAR PANEL

AV quattro / 6

AL AR

5

AV quattro

1

BATT GND

CAP

9

10

BL BR

3

2 4

7 8

1.

Protection fuse: 60 A;

2.

Power (Ground): Terminal block for the amplifier power supply negative pole connection. Insert here the battery negative cable or wire connected to the vehicle chassis. The plug accepts cables up to 2 A.W.G.

For better current transfer it is recommended to use cables with the maximum cross-section possible and in any case of the same cross-section of the cable connected to the positive pole;

3. Power (11-15 VDC): Terminal block for the amplifier 11÷15V DC power supply positive pole connection.

Insert here the battery positive cable. The plug accepts cables up to 2 A.W.G. For better current transfer it is recommended to use cables with the maximum cross-section possible and in any case of the same cross- section of the cable connected to the negative pole;

4. +CAP: Terminal for connecting the positive pole of an external capacitor.

5. +/- Left A Speaker Out:

6. +/- Right A Speaker Out:

7. +/- Left B Speaker Out:

8. +/- Right B Speaker Out:

9. Remote Sub Control: inputs for remote control of the VCRA Sub volume control (optional).

10. Remote IN/OUT. REMOTE IN: terminal for the remote cable coming from the device which turns on the amplifier.

REMOTE OUT: terminal to launch the remote voltage to turn on other amplifier. The output voltage is 12V 50 mA.

On this terminal the start-up control will be available for other devices even if Rem In is not in use and SPKs IN

(see 7.2)

are in use for starting-up.

6.1

HOW TO CONNECT POWER CABLES

Fuse

Holder not provided

AL AR

AV quattro

BATT GND

CAP

BL BR

L: mi n 1

L: ma

6 m x 2

6 m

8”

) m

(5/ m

(1”

)

Ø

MA

X:

2 A

W

G

Super

Capacitor not provided

Battery Ground Ground

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6.2

HOW TO REPLACE THE FUSE

AV quattro / 6

AL AR

AV quattro

BATT GND CA

P BL BR

6.3

HOW TO CONNECT THE REMOTE SWITCH

AL AR

AV quattro

BATT GND

CAP

BL BR

REMOTE OUT to other amplifier

REMOTE OUT

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6.4

REMOTE SWITCHING VIA SPK IN

LEFT

RIGHT

(1.2 - 2

0V)

+

L

IN A

+

OFF

ART

ON

R

IN B

PREO

UT

L

L

+

OFF

ART

ON

R

L

R

OFF

ON

IN A

6.5

HOW TO CONNECT THE SUB REMOTE VOLUME CONTROL

AL AR

AV quattro

BATT GND

CAP BL BR

10

VCRA Sub remote control

(optional)

AV quattro / 6

CAP

SUB

VOL

REMOTE

OUT IN BR

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7. FRONT PANEL

AV quattro / 7

AV quattro

IN A

SPK IN

(1.2 - 20V)

CH A

L R

- + - +

CH B

L R

- + - +

L

ON

ART

R

OFF

MONO INPUT

4 5 6 1

IN B PREOUT

L

R

IN B

(IN A)

OFF ON

2 3 7

1. IN A: Channel A left and right analog inputs. Set the IN B switch to OFF, through this input you can drive channel

B left and right inputs.

2.

IN B: Analog inputs for channel B left and right. Set the IN B switch to ON.

3.

PREOUT: This jack provides A channel Left and Right preamplified outputs to drive a separate amplifier (typical with subwoofer). These signals are full range, without crossover action.

4. SPK IN CH A: Channel A high-level left and right analog inputs.

5. SPK IN CH B: Channel B high-level left and right analog inputs.

6. ART (ON-OFF): If the source does not feature a 12V DC REMOTE OUT, set the ART switch to ON to turn on the amplifier plugging the cables to the SPK IN signal inputs.

If the source features a 12V DC REMOTE OUT, set the ART switch to OFF.

7. IN B (ON-OFF): Select OFF to drive B channels with A input signals. Whit this setup, do not connect B inputs.

If the source features a REAR output, select ON and connect its signals to B inputs (B PRE-IN or B HI-IN).

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7.1

INPUT CONTROLS

AV quattro / 7 x1 x10 x1 x10

EXTERNAL Subwoofer Volume Control

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7.2

HOW TO CONNECT A SOURCE VIA PRE INPUTS

AV quattro / 7

FRONT

REAR

(1.2 - 2

0V)

+ L

CH B

- + L

+

OFF

ART

ON

R

IN A

IN B

PREO

UT

L

R

OFF

ON

7.3

HOW TO CONNECT A SOURCE VIA THE

SPEAKER IN HIGH-LEVEL INPUT

FRONT

REAR

L

CH A

- +

(1.2 - 2

0V)

+ L

CH B

L

IN A

+

OFF

ART

ON

R

IN B

PREO

UT

L

L

+

OFF

ART

ON

R

L

R

IN A

OFF

ON

SWITCH ON enables turning the product on from the SPEAKER IN CH A inputs

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8. INPUT CONTROLS

8.1

CONTROL PANEL: SWITCHES AND ADJUSTMENTS

4

FILTER

100 200

60

50

HZ

300

500

HI LO FULL

3

11 12

ON TH

2

CH A

3

LEVELS

(0.3 - 5V)

CH B

3

4 2 4

AV quattro

OVL SPK

13 14

1

1

5 1

2

5

CH A x10

5 x1

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

6

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

9 x10 x1

MODE

10

8

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

24 dB

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

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AV quattro / 8

1.

CH A LEVEL (0.3V - 5V): Input sensitivity of the CH A channel control. Set the knob to position 1. Use a CD as source and increase the source volume until you hear distortion, then lower it slightly to eliminate distortion.

Increase the amplifier CH A LEVEL to optimize the output signal without distortion.

2. CH B LEVEL (0.3V - 5V): Input sensitivity of the CH B channel control. Set the knob to position 1. Use a CD as source and increase the source volume until you hear distortion, then lower it slightly to eliminate distortion.

Increase the amplifier CH B LEVEL to optimize the output signal without distortion.

3. PASS MODE (HI-LO-FULL): Switch to select channel A filter type. Select HI to get an output signal to drive a MIDRANGE/TWEETER. Select LO to get an output signal to drive mono WOOFERS and

SUBWOOFERS. Select FULL to get a full range output signal. If a filter is set through this switch the cut-off frequency should be set by adjusting the FILTER knob

(see section 4)

.

4. FILTER (50 Hz-500 Hz): Adjustment of the channel A high-pass and low-pass filter cut-off frequency. By turning the knob it is possible to vary the cut-off frequency from 50 Hz to 500 Hz @ 12dB/Oct. The operational range can be extended from 50 Hz to 5 kHz via the switch X10 X1.

5. MULTIPLIER X1 - X10: Select X1 for a filter frequency range of 50 Hz-500 Hz for the channel A crossover.

Select X10 for a filter frequency range of 500 Hz - 5 kHz for the crossover.

6. STEREO - MONO MODE: Select STEREO to set channel A stereo outputs. Select MONO to configure bridge outputs. In this setting Right is the active input and AL+ and AR- are the active outputs.

7. PASS MODE (HI-LO-FULL): Switch to select channel B filter type. Select HI to get an output signal to drive a MIDRANGE/TWEETER. Select LO to get an output signal to drive mono WOOFERS and

SUBWOOFERS. Select FULL to get a full range output signal. If a filter is set through this switch the cut-off frequency should be set by adjusting the FILTER knob

(see section 8)

.

8. FILTER (50 Hz-500 Hz): Adjustment of the channel B high-pass and low-pass filter cut-off frequency.

By turning the knob it is possible to vary the cut-off frequency from 50 Hz to 500 Hz @ 12dB/Oct.

The operational range can be extended from 50 Hz to 5 kHz via the switch X10 X1.

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9.

MULTIPLIER X1 - X10: Select X1 for a filter frequency range of 50 Hz-500 Hz for the channel B crossover.

10.

STEREO - MONO MODE: Select STEREO to set channel B stereo outputs. Select MONO to configure bridge outputs. In this setting if you use Ch BR input, choosing Hi-Pass or Lo-Pass filters, the filter slope is 12 dB/Oct.

While if you use Ch BL and Ch BR inputs for the Lo-Pass filter the slope is 24 dB/Oct. BL+ and BR- are active outputs.

11.

POWER ON: The green LED indicates that the amplifier is on. If LEDs 11, 12, 13 and 14 are simultaneously lit, the amplifier will turn off and it will be necessary to contact technical support.

12. THERMAL: The red LED indicates the amplifier temperature. It flashes at 60°C and the output power is limited by 1.5 dB. The flashing frequency increases around 70°C where the output power is limited by 3 dB. The LED lights up without flashing at about 80°C when the amplifier thermal protection starts operating. The amplifier will restart at about 70°C.

13. OVERLOAD: The orange LED indicates an output overload. It flashes when the output load drops below the minimum permitted, allowing the amplifier to operate at a lower power. If the load drops below about 0.5 Ω impedance, the LED will turn on without flashing and activate the amplifier protection. If when listening to music the sound stops for a while, check if the orange LED flashes; it means there was an overload. Turn the amplifier off and check speakers and wiring.

14. SPEAKER: The yellow LED indicates a fault in the speaker connection. It turns on when a speaker terminal short-circuits with the vehicle chassis. If when listening to music the sound stops for a while, check if the yellow

LED flashes; it means there was a short-circuit between a speaker terminal and the vehicle chassis.

Turn the amplifier off and check speakers and wiring.

8.2

SETTING UP FILTERS

The AV quattro amplifier has a filter section versatile and completely independent between various sections. Once you choose a configuration you can easily adjust each pair of channels to your liking, allowing for a user-friendly set-up.

Config.

1

2

Config.

7

8

9

5

6

3

4

A

Ch

Full

Full

Hi-Pass

Lo-Pass

Lo-Pass

Hi-Pass

A

Ch

Full

Hi-Pass

Lo-Pass

B

Ch

Full

Hi-Pass

Full

Hi-Pass

Lo-Pass

Lo-Pass

Lo-pass mono

B

Ch

Full

Lo-Pass

Hi-Pass

In 4/3 mode it is possible to drive the whole amplifier with channel A Left and

Right inputs, or use A inputs for A channels and B inputs for B channels.

Input Configuration

IN B

IN (A) IN B

OFF

IN (A)

ON

IN B

OFF ON

IN B

IN (A) IN B

OFF

IN (A)

ON

IN B

OFF

IN (A)

ON

IN B

OFF

IN (A)

ON

IN B

OFF ON

IN B

IN (A) IN B

OFF

IN (A)

ON

IN B

OFF ON

A

Ch

FILTER

A

IN

A

IN

A

Ch

FULL

Lo-PASS @12 dB

Hi-PASS @12 dB

FULL

Lo-PASS @12 dB

Hi-PASS @12 dB

FILTER

A IN

A IN

FULL

Lo-PASS @12 dB

Hi-PASS @12 dB

FULL

Lo-PASS @12 dB

Hi-PASS @12 dB

A

IN

A IN

A

Ch

FULL

Lo-PASS @12 dB

Hi-PASS @12 dB

FULL

Lo-PASS @12 dB

Hi-PASS @12 dB

FILTER

A IN

R

A

IN

R

FULL

Lo-PASS @12 dB

Hi-PASS @12 dB

FULL

Lo-PASS @12 dB

Hi-PASS @12 dB

B

Ch

FILTER A

Ch

AMP

B

Ch

AMP

PRE OUT

A

IN

B

IN

B

Ch

FULL

Lo-PASS @12 dB

Hi-PASS @12 dB

FULL

Lo-PASS @12 dB

Hi-PASS @12 dB

FILTER

STEREO STEREO

STEREO STEREO

A

Ch

AMP

B

Ch

AMP

A

IN

L+R

A IN

R

Lo-PASS @24 dB

STEREO MONO

FULL

Hi-PASS @12 dB

STEREO MONO

A

A

IN

IN

PRE OUT

A

A

IN

IN

B

IN

L+R

B IN

R

B

Ch

Lo-PASS @24 dB

STEREO MONO

FULL

Hi-PASS @12 dB

FILTER

STEREO MONO

A

Ch

AMP

B

Ch

AMP

A

A

IN

IN

PRE OUT

B IN

L+R

B

IN

R

Lo-PASS @24 dB

FULL

Hi-PASS @12 dB

MONO

MONO

MONO

MONO

A

A

IN

IN

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FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

FILTER

100 200

60

50

HZ

300

500

HI LO FULL

FILTER

100 200

60

50

HZ

300

500

HI LO FULL

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

CH A x10 x1

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

1. A Channels

60

60

FILTER

100

200

200

300

300

50

HZ

HZ

500

HI

HI

LO FULL

LO FULL

CH A x10 x1

STEREO

STEREO

MODE

MODE

(IN R)

MONO

MONO

CH B

STEREO

STEREO

MODE

MODE

(IN R)

MONO

MONO x10 x1

60

60

FILTER

FILTER

100

Full Range

300

50

HZ

HZ

500

24 dB

(L+R)

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

2K 20K Hz x10 x1 x10 x1 x10 x1

CH A

20

20

20

20

20

20

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

CH A

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

CH A

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

200

200

50÷500

50÷500

200

FILTER

100

200

200

Full Range

Full Range

HZ

HZ

300

500

HI

HI

LO FULL

LO FULL

2K

2K

20K Hz

FILTER

Hz

200

60

12 dB/Oct.

HZ

HZ

300

500

2K

HI

HI

LO FULL

LO FULL

20K Hz

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO x10 x1

CH A x10 x1 x1

STEREO

STEREO

MODE

MODE

(IN R)

MONO

MONO

20 x10 x10

20 x1 x1

20

200

CH A 200

50÷1k

(IN R)

MONO

MONO

MODE

MODE

200

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

Full Range

Full Range

CH B

STEREO

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MONO x10 x1 x1

50÷500

100

50

12 dB/Oct.

Full Range

500

2K 20K Hz

2K 20K

12 dB/Oct.

Hz

12 dB/Oct.

MODE

MODE

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MONO

24 dB

(L+R)

(L+R)

20

20 x10 x10

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

CONTROL

200

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

20K

200

Hz

12 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

20K Hz

Hz

100 200 x1 x1

50÷150

50÷150

60

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

HZ

300

500

2K 20K Hz

MODE

20

2

24 dB

(L+R)

200

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

2K

20K Hz

20K H z

200

200

200

2.

2K

500÷5k

60

60

100

50

50 HZ

HZ

200

300

300

500

500

2K

2K

HI

HI

LO FULL

LO FULL

20K Hz

60

60

FILTER

100

200

200

300

300

50

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

B Channels

CH B

STEREO

MODE

CH B

STEREO

MODE

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO x10 x1

24 dB

(L+R) x10 x1

24 dB

(L+R) x10 x10 x1 x1 x10 x10 x1

20

STEREO

20

20

CH A

CH A

200

50÷500

50÷500

20K

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

STEREO

STEREO

2 0

CH A

CH A

200

50÷1k

50÷1k

MONO

MODE

MODE

200

2K 20K

12 dB/Oct.

250÷5k

2K 20K

Hz

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MONO

2 0 200 x10 x10 50÷500 x1 x1 50÷500

2K 20K H z

60

60

100

50

50 HZ

HZ

200

12 dB/Oct.

500

500

Hz

Hz

MODE

2

2 24 dB

24 dB

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

20K H z

CH B x10 x10

2K

12 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

20K

12 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

60

60

FILTER

100

200

200

300

300

H z

(IN R)

MONO

MONO

2K

2K 20K

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

20K H z

STEREO

STEREO

H z

MODE

MODE

(IN R)

MONO

MONO

2 0 x1

2

24 dB

(L+R)

(L+R)

CH B x10

200

50

HZ

2K

500

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

FILTER

100

200

200

20K H z

20K H z

2 0

FILTER

100

2 0

60

50

HZ

500

2K

2K

20K H z

20K H z

STEREO

STEREO

MODE

(IN R)

MONO

MONO x1 x1

24 dB

(L+R)

(L+R)

60

50 HZ

HZ

300

500

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

FILTER

100 200

200 2K 20K Hz

60

50÷500

50

FILTER

100 200

HZ

HZ

12 dB/Oct.

500

60

50

300

HZ

500

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

16

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MONO

20 x10 x10 x1 x1

MODE

24 dB

(L+R)

24 dB

(L+R)

20

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

200

HI LO FULL

2K 20K Hz

12 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

20 200 2K 20K Hz

MODE

24 dB

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

CH A x10 x1

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO x10 x1

MODE

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

24 dB

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

CH B x10 x1

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

24 dB

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO x10 x1

MODE

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

24 dB

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO x10 x1

MODE

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

24 dB

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

8

Full Range

20 200

50÷1k

2K 20K Hz

12 dB/Oct.

20 200

50÷1k

2K 20K Hz

12 dB/Oct.

12 dB/Oct.

250÷5k

20 200 2K 20K

50÷500

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

50÷500

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

Hz

2 0

2 0 200 2K 20K H z

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

2 0

2 0

2 0

200

200

200

2K

2K

2K

20K

20K

20K

H

H z z

H z

Full Range

20 200

50÷1k

2K 20K Hz

12 dB/Oct.

20 200 2K 20K Hz

50÷1k

12 dB/Oct.

250÷5k

20 200 2K 20K Hz

50÷500

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

2 0 200 2K 20K H z

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

2 0 200 2K 20K H z

Full Range

20 200 2K 20K Hz

50÷150

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

50÷150

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

2 0

2 0 200 2K

12 dB/Oct.

H z

20K H z

50÷500

2 0

2 0

2 0

200

200

200

2K

2K

2K

12 dB/Oct.

12 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

20K

20K

20K

H z

H z

H z

2 0

2 0 200 2K

H z

20K H z

Full Range

20 200 2K 20K Hz

50÷150

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

2 0 200 2K 20K H z

12 dB/Oct.

50÷500

2 0 200 2K 20K H z

12 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

2 0 200 2K 20K H z

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

STEREO

STEREO

CH A

(IN R)

(IN R)

(IN R)

MONO

MONO

60

100

100

HZ

200

300

FILTER

200

CH A

300

300

50 x1

50 500

HI HZ

STEREO

HI LO FULL x10 x10 x1

(IN R)

MONO

CH A

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO

STEREO

MONO

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

FILTER

200

MODE x10 20

60 100 200 300

60

FILTER

100

HZ

200

200

300

60 300

50

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

HI

FILTER

HZ

LO FULL

60

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

FILTER

100

60 100 200 300

HI

FILTER

100

HZ

200

300

200

60 300

50

HZ

500

HI

FILTER

100 200

60

HI

HI

LO FULL

LO FULL

HI LO FULL

FILTER

100 200

60

100 200

300

HI FILTER

100

HZ

200

200

300

60 300

FILTER

100

50

HZ

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

60

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

HZ

HI LO FULL

60

FILTER

100 200

50

HI LO FULL

FILTER

100 200

60

50

FILTER

200

60

100 200

300

60

FILTER

100

HZ

200

200

300

60 300

50

HZ

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

FILTER

200

HI LO FULL

300

HZ

500

300

HZ

500 x10 x10 x10 x1

CH A 20

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO

CH A

STEREO

MONO

MONO x1 x10 x10 x10 x1

CH A

(IN R)

CH A

CH A

CH A

MODE

20

20

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO

CH A

STEREO

MONO

MONO x1

(IN R)

MONO

20

20 x10 x10 x10 x1

STEREO

CH A

STEREO

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

(IN R)

MONO

MONO x1 x10 x1 x10 x1 x10 x10 x10 x1 x10

STEREO

CH A

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

CH A

CH A

MODE

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

MODE

MODE

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO

CH B

CH B

OWNER’S MANUAL

200

200

50÷500

50÷500

200

200

200

200

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

MODE

CH B

(IN R)

(IN R)

(IN R)

MONO

MONO x10 x10 x10 x1

24 dB

(L+R)

24 dB

24 dB

(L+R)

(L+R) x10

FILTER

200

60

60

FILTER

FILTER

100

HZ

200

300

300

60 300

50

HZ

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

SUB VOL.

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

FILTER

200

CH B

Full Range

STEREO

MONO

MONO

2K

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO

Hz x10 x10 x1

24 dB

(L+R)

24 dB

24 dB

(L+R)

(L+R) x10

60

100 200

300

60

FILTER

100

HZ

200

200

300

60 300

50

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

SUB VOL.

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HZ

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

FILTER

20

100

HI LO FULL

200

200

Full Range

Full Range

2K 20K Hz

2K

CH B

CH B

12 dB/Oct.

STEREO

12 dB/Oct.

2K

MODE

STEREO

500÷5k

STEREO

24 dB

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO

MONO

2K

Hz

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO

CH B

STEREO

MONO

MONO

CH B

(IN R)

CH B

CH B

MODE

MODE

CH B

MONO

Hz x1

Hz

Hz x1

Hz x10 x10

60 100

20

60

100

100

200

300

FILTER

HZ

200

300

2K 20K

12 dB/Oct.

Hz x1

24 dB

(L+R)

24 dB

24 dB

(L+R)

(L+R) x10

60

50

FILTER

CONTROL 200

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

SUB VOL.

HZ

FILTER

500

50÷1k

HI LO FULL

200

12 dB/Oct.

Full Range

20K

200

20

60 100

200

300

2K 20K x10

60

60

FILTER

100

HZ

200

300

50÷1k

300

24 dB

(L+R)

24 dB

24 dB

(L+R)

(L+R) x10 x1 20

50

FILTER

HZ

HZ

50÷500

SUB VOL.

SUB VOL.

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

20

HI LO FULL

100

50÷500 x10 x10

2K 20K

20K

60 50÷500

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

200

300

FILTER

100

HZ

200

200

300

2K 20K

50÷500

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

Hz

Hz

Hz

Hz

Hz

Hz

Hz

Hz

MODE

STEREO

CH B

STEREO

STEREO

STEREO

MODE

CH B

MODE

(IN R)

CH B

CH B

CH B

24 dB

(L+R)

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO

MONO x1

24 dB

(L+R)

24 dB

(L+R)

24 dB

24 dB

(L+R)

(L+R) x1 x10

SUB VOL. x10 x10

HZ

500 500÷5k

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

SUB VOL.

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

300

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

20K

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

20K 20

FILTER

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

200

300

500÷5k

60

FILTER

100

HZ

200

200

300

2K 20K

H z

H z

Hz

Hz

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO

STEREO

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO x1

MODE

STEREO

CH B

MODE

CH B

CH B

24 dB

(L+R)

(IN R)

MONO

(IN R)

MONO

STEREO

MONO

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

STEREO

(IN R)

MODE x1

24 dB

(L+R)

24 dB

24 dB

(L+R)

(L+R) x10

FILTER

100

2 0 50

50

2 0

SUB VOL.

500

HZ

300

200

HI LO FULL

500

SUB VOL.

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

FILTER

SUB VOL.

CONTROL x10 x10 x1

100 200

HI LO FULL

60 100 200 300

60

100

60

100

50

FILTER

FILTER

HZ

200

300

300

100

50 500

HZ

24 dB

(L+R)

24 dB

24 dB

(L+R)

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

SUB VOL.

HZ

SUB VOL.

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

HI LO FULL

2K

2K

20K

20K

H z

H z

MODE

24 dB

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

17

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO x10 x1

MODE

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

24 dB

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO x10 x1

MODE

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

24 dB

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

Full Range

2 0

2 0

2 0

2 0

20

20

20

20

200

200

200

200

50÷500

50÷500

2K 20K Hz

2K 20K Hz

12 dB/Oct.

12 dB/Oct.

Full Range

Full Range

2K 20K Hz

2K 20K Hz

12 dB/Oct.

20K Hz 20 200

20

20

20

200

50÷150

500÷5k 20K

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

50÷150

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

200

Full Range

200 2K 20K

Hz

Hz

Hz

2 0

2 0

20

200

200

20

2 0

200

50÷1k

200

2 0

20K H z

2K

12 dB/Oct.

20K H z

Hz

Hz 20

2 0

2 0

20

50÷1k

200

50÷1k

200

200

20K H z

12 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

500÷5k

20K

20K

12 dB/Oct.

250÷5k

20K

H z

Hz

Hz

H z

20K H z

20 200 2K 20K Hz

20 200

50÷500

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

20K

50÷500

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

Hz

200

200

200 2K 20K H z

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

20K

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

H z

2K

2K

20K H z

20K H z

8

Full Range

Full Range

20

20

200

200

50÷1k

50÷1k

2K 20K Hz

2K 20K Hz

12 dB/Oct.

12 dB/Oct.

20

20

200

200

50÷1k

50÷1k

2K 20K Hz

2K 20K Hz

12 dB/Oct.

250÷5k

2 0

2 0

2 0

2 0

2 0

2 0

2 0

2 0

20 200 20K Hz

20 200

50÷500

2K 20K

Full Range

50÷500

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

Hz

20 200 2K 20K Hz

2 0

20

2 0

200

200

2K

2K

20K

20K

H z

Hz

H z 2K 20K

50÷150

50÷150

500÷5k

500÷5k

200

200

50÷500

50÷500

2K

2K

20K H z

20K H z

12 dB/Oct.

H z

12 dB/Oct.

200

200

2K 20K H z

12 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

20K

12 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

H z

200

200

2K

2K

20K H z

20K H z

Full Range

Full Range

20 200 2K 20K Hz

20 200 2K 20K Hz

50÷150

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

50÷150

MONO 24 dB/Oct.

2 0

2 0

50÷500

50÷500

200

200

2K 20K H z

2K 20K

12 dB/Oct.

12 dB/Oct.

H z

2 0

2 0

200

200

2K 20K H z

2K 20K

12 dB/Oct.

500÷5k

500÷5k

H z

2 0

2 0

200

200

2K

2K

20K H z

20K H z

OWNER’S MANUAL

8.3

EXAMPLE 4 CH: FRONT + REAR WITH IN A - IN B + PREOUT INPUTS

AV quattro / 8

AV quattro

IN A

L

CH A

SPK IN

(1.2 - 20V)

R

- + - +

L

CH B

R

- + - +

L

ON

ART

R

OFF

MONO INPUT

IN B PREOUT

L

R

IN B

(IN A)

OFF ON

Rear PREOUT

Front PREOUT

R

L

R

L

AL AR

MONO:

+AL / -AR

+BL / -BR

BATT GND CAP

AV quattro

BL BR

SOURCE

FRONT LEFT

CHANNEL

REAR LEFT

CHANNEL

FRONT RIGHT

CHANNEL

N.A.

FRONT REAR

2

CH A

3

LEVELS

(0.3 - 5V)

CH B

3

4 2 4

AV quattro

1 5 1 5

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

CH A x10 x1

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE x10 x1

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

Selected function

18

Adjustment controls System Start-up

REAR RIGHT

CHANNEL

OWNER’S MANUAL

8.4

EXAMPLE 4 CH: WOOFER + MID HI WITH IN A + PREOUT INPUTS

AV quattro / 8

AV quattro

IN A

SPK IN

(1.2 - 20V)

L

CH A

R

- + - +

CH B

L R

- + - +

L

ON

ART

R

OFF

MONO INPUT

IN B PREOUT

L

R

IN B

(IN A)

OFF ON

Front PREOUT

R

L

BL BR

SOURCE

AL AR

MONO:

+AL / -AR

+BL / -BR

BATT GND CAP

AV quattro

MID HIGH

LEFT

MID HIGH

RIGHT

WOOFER

LEFT

N.A.

MID.HI

WOOFER

2

CH A

3

LEVELS

(0.3 - 5V)

CH B

3

4 2 4

AV quattro

1 5 1 5

60

50

FILTER

100 200

300

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

CH A x10 x1

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE x10 x1

60

50

FILTER

100 200

300

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

Selected function

19

Adjustment controls System Start-up

WOOFER

RIGHT

OWNER’S MANUAL

8.5

EXAMPLE 3 CH: FRONT + SUB WITH IN A + PREOUT INPUTS

AV quattro / 8

AV quattro

IN A

SPK IN

(1.2 - 20V)

CH A

L R

- + - +

CH B

L R

- + - +

L

ON

ART

R

OFF

MONO INPUT

IN B PREOUT

L

R

IN B

(IN A)

OFF ON

PREOUT to other amplifier

Front PREOUT

R

L

SOURCE

BL BR AL AR

MONO:

+AL / -AR

+BL / -BR

BATT GND CAP

AV quattro

LEFT

CHANNEL

OPTIONAL

REMOTE

VOLUME

CONTROL

RIGHT

CHANNEL

N.A.

SUBWOOFER

FRONT SUB

2

CH A

3

LEVELS

(0.3 - 5V)

CH B

3

4 2 4

AV quattro

1 5 1 5

FILTER

100 200

60

50

HZ

300

500

HI LO FULL

CH A x10 x1

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

CH B x10 x1

FILTER

100 200

60

50

HZ

300

500

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

24 dB

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

Selected function

20

Adjustment controls System Start-up

OWNER’S MANUAL

8.6

EXAMPLE 2 CH: LEFT + RIGHT WITH IN A RIGHT + IN B RIGHT INPUTS

AV quattro / 8

AV quattro

IN A

SPK IN

(1.2 - 20V)

CH A

L R

- + - +

CH B

L R

- + - +

L

ON

ART

R

OFF

MONO INPUT

IN B PREOUT

L

R

IN B

(IN A)

OFF ON

Front PREOUT

R

L

AL AR

MONO:

+AL / -AR

+BL / -BR

BATT GND CAP

REMOTE

OUT IN BL BR

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

AV quattro

SOURCE

LEFT

CHANNEL

RIGHT

CHANNEL

N.A.

LEFT RIGHT

2

CH A

3

LEVELS

(0.3 - 5V)

CH B

3

4 2 4

AV quattro

1 5 1 5

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

HI LO FULL

CH A x10 x1

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO x10 x1

MODE

FILTER

100 200

60

50

300

HZ

500

24 dB

(L+R)

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

HI LO FULL

Selected function Adjustment controls

21

System Start-up

OWNER’S MANUAL AV quattro /

8.7

EXAMPLE 4 CH: FRONT + REAR WITH SPK IN A - SPK IN B + PREOUT INPUTS

8

AV quattro

CH A

R

SPK IN

(1.2 - 20V)

CH B

R

L

IN A

ON

ART

R

OFF

MONO INPUT

IN B PREOUT

L

R

IN B

(IN A)

OFF ON

PREOUT to other amplifier

SPEAKERS WIRE REAR

SPEAKERS WIRE FRONT SOURCE

AL AR

+AL / -AR

+BL / -BR

BATT GND CAP

REMOTE

OUT IN BL BR

AV quattro

FRONT LEFT

CHANNEL

REAR LEFT

CHANNEL

FRONT RIGHT

CHANNEL

N.A.

FRONT REAR

2

CH A

3

4 2

CH B

3

4

AV quattro

1 5 1 5

60

50

FILTER

100 200

HZ

300

500

HI LO FULL

CH A x10 x1

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO

MODE

CH B

STEREO

(IN R)

MONO x10 x1

MODE

60

50

FILTER

100 200

HZ

300

500

HI LO FULL

Selected function

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Adjustment controls System Start-up

REAR RIGHT

CHANNEL

OWNER’S MANUAL

9. ACCESSORIES: AV BIT IN

AV quattro / 9

AV b it IN

IN AD L

O

UT

M

EN

U

DO

W

N

UP

EN

TE

R

AV

bit

IN

IN

AC L

O

UT

Digital interface for all AV amplifiers. It allows a seamless digital connection with bit One and bit Ten D processors via the AD Link/AC Link connection.

By inserting the AV bit IN “Digital Interface” into AV amplifiers, the digital signal in S/PDIF format, through the AD Link connection, leads directly to the high-quality internal D/A converters. After that, the signal becomes analog and is immediately amplified protecting it from deterioration over long distances. The result is high-quality music not reachable with any other analog system.

AV bit IN ASC is the management interface, programmed to control all amplifier functions. The user can interact with the microprocessor which, without interfering with the sound, will adjust all possible settings. This section is dedicated to all those who want to exploit the unique features of this product.

Some functions are automatic and transparent to the user, while others require intervention during installation and calibration or modification. Accessing ASC you will find a series of menus that will list all the specific entries on which you can intervene.

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9.1

HOW TO INSERT AV BIT IN

1

3 4

2

AV quattro / 9

5

WARNING: In particularly severe conditions the amplifier can reach temperatures between

80 and 90°C (176 ÷ 194°F). Make sure the temperature is not dangerous before touching it.

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9.2

FRONT PANEL

AV quattro / 9

AV bit IN

1

AD Link

IN OUT

2

AC Link

IN OUT

1. AD Link: Digital audio bus that can transmit the signal of 8 channels. It exploits a Class 5 or 6 shielded cable for

Ethernet networks normally used in computer networks.

AD Link IN: RJ-45 input terminal to connect a digital signal coming from other AV amplifiers or other external devices equipped with AD Link (bit One / bit Ten D).

AD Link OUT: RJ-45 terminal output for connection to external devices capable of receiving the AD Link digital signal (AV / TH amplifiers).

2. AC Link: It is composed of a digital bus and control signals for the management of the functions of the device to which it is connected. It provides the ability to build a digital network interacting with other devices provided with AC Link such as AV / TH amplifiers and digital audio processors. The RJ-12 terminated cable is a

6-pin cable, like the one normally used for digital telephone purposes, but it is not compatible with digital telephone technology.

AC Link IN: RJ-12 input terminal for connection to the processor or other devices located upstream of the system

(see 9.4)

.

AC Link OUT: RJ-12 input terminal for connection to the processor or other devices located downstream of the system .

The AC Link connection is able to provide power to the external device.

AC Link-Remote IN: If an amplifier provided with AV bit IN is connected to bit Ten D processor, the amplifier can be turned on via the processor, without the use of the amplifier Remote-In.

If another processor is used (bit One) or if there is a Thesis TH amplifier in the AC Link chain, the Remote-In function on the AC Link won’t be available.

If in the AC Link chain there is an amplifier different from the AVs (Thesis TH), the Remote-In function on the

AC Link has to be disabled. Set the AV bit IN AC Link Turn ON jumper to OFF as shown in the image below.

ACLINK TURN ON

U2

AV bit IN

MENU DOWN UP ENTER

WARNING: for AC Link / AD Link connections, only use the cables supplied with the products.

Important:

adjust the amplifier volumes to position 1 (5V RMS) when using the AV bit IN module.

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9.3

CONTROL PANEL DISPLAY

AV quattro / 9

AV bit IN

1

MENU

2

DOWN

4

UP ENTER

3

See 9.5: How to configure AV bit IN

1. AV bit IN STATUS DISPLAY: This is the visual element of the AV bit IN system with a 3-character backlit LCD.

While operating it can display all configuration parameters stored in the amplifier during the installation.

The following pages contain all the messages and statements that may appear on the display from time to

time.

2. MENU: This button activates the AV bit IN and shows the first entry available. Each time you press this button while normally operating the amplifier, AV bit IN shows the first entry available and not the last entry on which you worked. At any point, if you press the MENU key you exit from AV bit IN management and automatically return to the home screen (default display) without saving your changes.

Note: At any point, if you do not touch the keys for 5 seconds, AV bit IN will automatically return to the home screen

(default display) without saving your changes.

3. ENTER: This button is used to:

- Confirm the selected entry,

- Save it,

- Go to the next menu entry.

4. UP - DOWN: These buttons allow navigation through the available entries of various menus.

Depending on the function, you can change the selection and then confirm by pressing the ENTER key.

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9.4

HOW TO CONNECT THE AMPLIFIER EQUIPPED WITH AV BIT IN TO THE SYSTEM

9

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9.5

HOW TO CONFIGURE AV bit IN

Before starting the configuration of the amplifier or amplifiers equipped with an AV bit IN digital input module, set and finalize the processor (bit Ten D / bit One) that will interface with the system.

The processor channels specialized in “Digital output / AC Link - AD Link” will interface with the amplifiers equipped with the AV bit IN input module, as shown in the following procedure.

In the “CHANNEL MAP” of the bit Ten D PC software, the specialized channel with digital output are highlighted in green, while for the bit One it should be written down which output channels are assigned the digital format (AD Link

- AC Link) during the “I/O Configuration Wizard”.

Set the processor overall volume at a level of -45 dB, which does not endanger the system speakers

during installation / adjustment.

Before starting to configure the AV bit IN module and after setting the processor (bit Ten D / bit One), turn the sound system off and then on again using the DRC SRC knob.

START

* * *

MENU

MENU DOWN UP ENTER

UP or DOWN

T P

MENU ENTER

UP or DOWN

4:

5:

2:

To set AV bit IN for

AV uno amplifier

To set AV bit IN for

AV due amplifier

To set AV bit IN for

AV quattro amplifier

To set AV bit IN for

AV 5.1k amplifier

Set Amplifier Type

2

4

5

UP or DOWN a

=A Channel ms

= Mono/Stereo aMS

MENU

ENTER

ST

MO

UP or DOWN

ST:

MO:

A Ch stereo

A Ch mono

Set A Channels Mode

=B Channel ms

= Mono/Stereo a

=A Channel a

= Adress

=B Channel a

= Adress c

=C Channel a

= Adress

MS

MENU aA

MENU

MENU

MENU

UP or DOWN

ENTER

ST

MO

UP or DOWN

ST:

B Ch stereo

MO:

B Ch mono

Set B Channels Mode

(AV quattro - AV 5.1k)

UP or DOWN

A Channels Mode:

Stereo

ENTER

ENTER

UP or DOWN

ENTER

UP or DOWN

A78

UP or DOWN

B Channels Mode:

Stereo

A Channels Mode:

Mono

UP or DOWN a78:

A 8

B Channels Mode:

Mono

UP or DOWN

C 8

UP or DOWN

a8:

A Ch stereo mode address 1/2

A Ch stereo mode address 7/8

A Ch mono mode address 1

A Ch mono mode address 8

B Ch stereo mode address 1/2

B Ch stereo mode address 7/8

B Ch mono mode address 1

B Ch mono mode address 8

C Ch mono mode address 1

C 8 :

C Ch mono mode address 8

Set ADLink Signal for the amplifier

A channels, see the digital channels outputs on the

“CHANNEL MAP” of the

Audison processor

(bit Ten D / bit One)

PC software.

Set ADLink Signal for the amplifier

B channels (AV quattro - AV 5.1k) of amplifier, see the digital channels outputs on the

“CHANNEL MAP” of the

Audison processor

(bit Ten D / bit One)

PC software.

Set ADLink Signal for the amplifier

C channels (AV 5.1k) of amplifier, see the digital channels outputs on the

“CHANNEL MAP” of the

Audison processor

(bit Ten D / bit One)

PC software.

=firmware View Firmware Version

ENTER

MENU

Esample: Information displayed on the AV bit IN which is dedicated to the AV quattro amplifier.

END

MENU DOWN UP ENTER

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9.6

FULL DA EXAMPLE: FRONT + REAR + SUB with Audison bit Ten D processor

9

AV bit IN

AD Link

IN OUT

AC Link

IN OUT

OPTICAL IN

DIGITAL

OUT to other amplifier

AL AR

MONO:

+AL / -AR

+BL / -BR

BATT GND CAP

AV quattro

BL BR

FRONT LEFT

CHANNEL

REAR LEFT

CHANNEL

FRONT RIGHT

CHANNEL

N.A.

REAR RIGHT

CHANNEL

ON TH

OVL SPK

FRONT REAR

2

CH A

3

LEVELS

(0.3 - 5V)

CH B

3

4 2 4

AV quattro

1 5 1 5

AV bit IN

4

MENU DOWN UP ENTER

Selected function

29

Adjustment controls bit Ten D Configuration

System Start-up

OWNER’S MANUAL AV quattro /

9.7

FULL DA EXAMPLE: WOOFER + TWEETER + SUB with Audison bit Ten D processor

9

AV bit IN

AD Link

IN OUT

AC Link

IN OUT

OPTICAL IN

DIGITAL

OUT to other amplifier

AL AR

MONO:

+AL / -AR

+BL / -BR

BATT GND CAP

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

BL BR

AV quattro

MID HIGH

LEFT

MID HIGH

RIGHT

WOOFER

LEFT

N.A.

ON TH

OVL SPK

MID HI WOOFER

2

CH A

3

LEVELS

(0.3 - 5V)

CH B

3

4 2 4

AV quattro

1 5 1 5

AV bit IN

4

MENU DOWN UP ENTER

WOOFER

RIGHT

Selected function

30

Adjustment controls bit Ten D Configuration

System Start-up

OWNER’S MANUAL

9.8

FULL DA EXAMPLE: FRONT + REAR + SUB with Audison bit One processor

AV quattro / 9

AV bit IN AD Link

IN OUT

AC Link

IN OUT

FRONT LEFT

CHANNEL

OPTICAL IN

AL AR

MONO:

+AL / -AR

+BL / -BR

BATT GND CAP

AV quattro

BL BR to other amplifier

REAR LEFT

CHANNEL

FRONT RIGHT

CHANNEL

ON TH

OVL SPK

2

CH A

3

LEVELS

(0.3 - 5V)

CH B

3

4 2 4

AV quattro

1 5 1 5

4

FRONT REAR

AV bit IN

MENU DOWN UP ENTER

N.A.

bit One Configuration

Selected function

31

Adjustment controls System Start-up

REAR RIGHT

CHANNEL

OWNER’S MANUAL AV quattro /

9.9

FULL DA EXAMPLE: WOOFER + TWEETER + SUB with Audison bit One processor

9

AV bit IN

AD Link

IN OUT

AC Link

IN OUT

MID HIGH

LEFT

OPTICAL IN

AL AR

MONO:

+AL / -AR

+BL / -BR

BATT GND CAP

SUB VOL.

CONTROL

BL BR

AV quattro to other amplifier

MID HIGH

RIGHT

WOOFER

LEFT

ON TH

OVL SPK

MID HI WOOFER

2

CH A

3

LEVELS

(0.3 - 5V)

CH B

3

4 2 4

AV quattro

1 5 1 5

AV bit IN

4

MENU DOWN UP ENTER

N.A.

bit One Configuration

Selected function

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Adjustment controls System Start-up

WOOFER

RIGHT

OWNER’S MANUAL

10. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

AV quattro / 10

POWER SUPPLY

Power supply voltage:

Idling current:

Idling current when off:

Consumption @ 14.4 VDC (Max Musical Power):

11 ÷ 15 VDC

1.8 A

0.02 mA

55 A

AMPLIFIER STAGE

Distortion - THD (1kHz @ 4 Ω):

Bandwidth (-3 dB):

S/N ratio (A weighted @ 1V):

0.04 %

4 ÷ 60k Hz

100 dBA

Damping factor (1k Hz @ 4 Ω): 100

Input sensitivity: 0.3 ÷ 5 V RMS

Speaker-In sensitivity: 1.4 ÷ 24 V RMS

Minimum load impedance: 2 Ω

NOMINAL POWER (RMS) @ 12 VDC, THD 0.3%, 4 : 100 W

OUTPUT POWER (RMS) @ 14.4 VDC,THD 1%:

• 4 Ch:

• 4 Ch:

• 4 Ch:

• 3 Ch:

• 3 Ch:

• 2 Ch:

120 W x 4 (4 Ω)

200 W x 4 (2 Ω)

120 W x 2 (4 Ω) + 200 W x 2 (2Ω)

120 W x 2 (4 Ω) + 400 W x 1 (4Ω)

200 W x 2 (2 Ω) + 400 W x 1 (4Ω)

400 W x 1 (4 Ω) + 400 W x 1 (4Ω)

PRE OUT

CEA SPECIFICATIONS

FILTERS

Speaker Output

Output power @ 4 Ω, 1% THD+N, 14.4 V:

50÷150

Hz off÷40

Hz

SN ratio (ref. 1W output):

50÷150

Hz

SIGNALS INPUTS / FILTERS

Inputs:

Outputs:

By-Pass

120 W x 4 Ch

80 dBA

Pre IN / Speakers IN

Pre OUT Full Range

50 ÷ 50k Hz (2 range) @ 12 dB/Oct.

50 ÷ 500 Hz @ 24 dB/Oct.

B Ch Filter (Lo-Pass 24 dB mono):

Speaker Output

OTHER FUNCTIONS

Remote IN:

Hi-Pass

50÷5k

Hz

50÷5k

Hz

Lo-Pass By-Pass

Remote OUT:

Fuse (strip type):

7 ÷ 15 VDC - 1mA

12 VDC - 50mA

60 A

Remote SUB volume adj. (B Ch Lo-Pass 24 dB): (-50 ÷ 6) dB

Speakers IN Turn-on (ART): Selectable

SIZE / WEIGHT

Max size (mm/inches):

Weight (kg/lb):

220 x 470 x 58 / 8,66” x 18,50” x 2,28”

7.2 / 15.87

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