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Workhorse ™
Cube ™
500 Series Power Rack
User Guide
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IMPORTANT SAFETY & USER NOTICE - FOR PROFESSIONAL USE
The Radial Workhorse Cube is specifically designed for use by
qualified professional audio engineers. The open frame design is not
intended for use by consumers or those unfamiliar with this format.
Even though the current and voltage levels are relatively low, we
recommend that all slots be filled with a module or covers be placed
over unfilled slots. This will help protect you from electrical shock.
The Cube™ rack frame is designed to be used with 500 series or what
are commonly known as Lunchbox™ modules. The Workhorse has
been designed following the framework as outlined by the VPR Alliance
as described on the API™ website. Although some manufacturers build
modules that are not VPR compliant, they may in fact work with the Cube.
Please consult those specific manufacturers for details regarding their
compatibility. The Radial Workhorse Open Source Document outlines the
required technical specifications for manufacturers that intend to have
their modules used in a Workhorse or Cube frame. Compatibility of any
modules other than a module made by Radial Engineering Ltd. is the sole
responsibility of the user. Please read the Limited Radial Warranty for
details. There are no replacement or user serviceable parts inside.
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SAFETY NOTICE - NO HOT SWAPPING OF MODULES
Hot Swapping, or exchanging modules while the power is on is not covered
under the Radial Limited Warranty. The user is responsible for any damage to
the Workhorse Cube or module arising out of hot swapping and the user shall
save Radial Engineering Ltd. harmless should any damage occur. Please
consult the Radial Limited Warranty for further details.
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Table of Contents
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Feature set overview ....................................................................................................1
Introduction & basic functions.......................................................................................3
Omniport .......................................................................................................................5
Power supply capacity ..................................................................................................6
Installing the Cube .......................................................................................................7
Sliding modules in and out ...........................................................................................9
Signal flow and levels ..................................................................................................10
Using the Cube .............................................................................................................11
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Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the Radial Workhorse Cube, an innovative
three module card frame designed to bring the excitement of the 500 series modular format to
the desktop. This manual describes how to approach using The Cube, how to install modules
and mount it in your desk top. We recommend that you take a few minutes to read through it
in order to familiarize yourself with the many innovative features that are built in.
To make the manual as easy to understand as possible, we have divided it into several sections. It begins with an overview, then descriptions of each function, ending with some real
world applications. Should you have any questions, comments or concerns not covered in
these pages, we invite you to log onto the Radial web site at www.radialeng.com and visit the
Cube FAQ section. This is where we post the latest updates and answers from users. If you
do not find what you need, feel free to send us an email at info@radialeng.com and we will
do our best to answer your question as quickly as possible.
Now get ready to bring the fun & excitement of old school analog into your signal path.
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FRONT PANEL FEATURE SET
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1.
THREE CARD SLOTS: Both single and double wide 500 series modules will fit in the
Workhorse Cube.
2.
CARD SLOT BACK PLANE: Modules can draw as much current as they need from a
shared pool of 500mA through the card slot connector.
3.
EASY-GLIDE TRAY: Slide-in platform for modules makes connecting to the back plane
easy by properly aligning card edge height. Removable for non-standard modules.
4.
DC FILTER CAPS: On-board DC filtering provides additional power conditioning.
5.
POWER SWITCH WITH LED: Used to turn the Cube on or off and provides visual
power status for the +/- 16 volt module rails.
6.
STEEL CASE: The Cube’s chassis is made from heavy 14 gauge steel to provide extra
shielding against stray magnetic fields and RF.
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REAR PANEL FEATURE SET
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7.
48 VOLT : On/off switch for phantom power. LED indicator will illuminate when active.
8.
EXTERNAL POWER: High current external switching supply delivers 500mA to the
card slots.
9.
FEED FUNCTION: Lets you connect one module into the next to set up elaborate
channel strips without having to hard patch modules using cables.
10. STEREO LINK: Makes it easy to pair up modules equipped with a stereo link function
in a standard master-slave configuration.
11. OMNIPORT™: ¼” TRS connectors add functionality to enhance each module’s
capability as set by the manufacturer.
12. BALANCED I/O: Follows original XLR I/O format and adds parallel 1/4” TRS jacks for
added connectivity and cross-patching.
13. REMOVABLE HANDLE: Makes transporting the Cube more convenient around studio.
Can be removed for stacking or recessing into desktop.
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INTRODUCTION
The Cube is a three card-slot power frame designed for 500 series modules. Up to three
modules may be used at any one time. The Cube routes the modules to the XLR and ¼” TRS
connectors on the rear panel via a 15-pin card-edge receptacle. Radial modules and those
that have been designed by other manufacturers to take advantage of the Workhorse’s extra
features will enjoy the added functionality of the Omniport™.
INPUT-3
INPUT-2
CARD-SLOT 3
OMNIPORT
INPUT-1
CARD-SLOT 2
OUTPUT-3
OMNIPORT
CARD-SLOT 1
OUTPUT-2
OMNIPORT
OUTPUT-1
SIGNAL FLOW
This flow chart shows the basic signal routing. The signal comes into the Cube via the rear
panel XLR female or ¼” TRS inputs. Once the signal goes into a module it is processed and
sent to the male XLR and parallel ¼” TRS output. From here the signal can be routed to the
next adjacent module via the FEED switch connection as described in the next section.
CARD SLOT I/O CONNECTIONS
Each of the Cube card slots is equipped with XLR and ¼” TRS inputs and outputs. The input
sensitivity will be dependant on the type of module being used. For instance if you are using
a microphone preamplifier, the input will of course be suited for a low level microphone. If
you are using a dynamic processor like a limiter or an EQ, then the input will usually be set
to handle a professional +4dB balanced line-level signal.
CARD SLOT 3
CARD SLOT 2
INPUT
OFF
OFF
OUTPUT
OFF
OFF
OMNIPORT
OMNIPORT
OMNIPORT
2
INPUT
OUTPUT
LINK
LINK
OUTPUT
INPUT
FEED
OUTPUT
3
CARD SLOT 1
INPUT
FEED
1
OUTPUT
INPUT
OUTPUT
INPUT
Following 500 series convention, the XLR and TRS outputs usually produce a +4dB balanced
line level signal that is able to feed a professional recording system or line level mixing
console. Put simply, the input level is determined by the type of module being used while the
output level will typically be a balanced +4dB line level signal. If you use ¼” mono cables
you will unbalance the signal. This will reduce the level by about -6dB but everything will still
remain completely functional. Simply adjust the levels to compensate.
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FEED SWITCH
As you delve further into the functionality of the 500 series, you will find that the modular
format allows all kinds of connectivity options. With older 500 series racks, connections
between modules were done using an XLR cable whereby the output from one module would
plug into the input of another. The Cube simplifies the process by introducing a FEED switch
on the rear panel. This connects the balanced output of one module to the adjacent module
to the immediate left when viewing the rear panel.
INPUT-3
INPUT-2
INPUT-1
SIGNAL
FLOW
CARD-SLOT 3
FEED
SIGNAL
FLOW
CARD-SLOT 2
SIGNAL
FLOW
OUTPUT-3
CARD-SLOT 1
FEED
SIGNAL
FLOW
OUTPUT-2
OUTPUT-1
The FEED switch allows you to daisy chain a series of adjacent modules making it easy
to create a customized channel strip whereby a mic preamp feeds an EQ which in turn
could feed a compressor. Changing the order is simply a matter of relocating the modules or
patching using an XLR cable. The UP position turns the FEED connection on.
The 1/4” TRS connectors are also great for cross-patching between modules. Think of it like
a patchbay. Simply take the output from one, feed it into another and then jump back. This
opens many creative options and loads more fun.
STEREO LINK SWITCH
Card-slots one and two are equipped with a LINK switch. The LINK function allows modules
that are ‘stereo ready’ to be linked together. A typical example would be using two limiters on
a stereo track where you want the dynamics to be the same for both channels.
CARD SLOT 3
CARD SLOT 2
OUTPUT
CARD SLOT 1
OUTPUT
CARD SLOT 3
CARD SLOT 2
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
CARD SLOT 1
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
LINK
LINK
LINK
LINK
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
STEREO PAIR
STEREO PAIR
CARD-SLOTS 1 & 2 LINKED FOR
STEREO OPERATION
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OMNIPORT
Omniport™ is a special ¼” TRS jack located on the rear panel that has been left ‘open’
to allow the module to perform a unique task. In other words, depending on the type of
module, the manufacturer can assign the Omniport to perform a function that may be most
appropriate. This could be a key input on a gate, a TRS insert or maybe a buffered output.
As the Omniport function is determined by the module, you will need to consult the module
manufacturer’s specification for details on how it was designed to be used.
CARD SLOT 3
CARD SLOT 2
INPUT
OFF
OFF
OUTPUT
LINK
OFF
OMNIPORT
OMNIPORT
2
INPUT
OUTPUT
LINK
OFF
OMNIPORT
3
INPUT
FEED
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
CARD SLOT 1
INPUT
FEED
OUTPUT
1
INPUT
OUTPUT
INPUT
Radial Modules Omniport Assignment:
Module
Omniport function
PowerPre: ..............Instrument input
JDV-Pre: .................Direct box output (low-Z out for live touring)
X-Amp: ...................Instrument input
PhazeQ: .................Balanced direct out (original dry signal out)
JDX: .......................Direct box output (low-Z out for live touring)
EXTC:.....................Send & receive insert for patch bay
Komit: .....................Compressor key (side chain) input
Shuttle: ...................Extra insert loop
Q3: .........................TRS send & receive connection
Tank Driver: ............Second (alternate) spring reverb
PowerTube: ............Instrument input
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POWER SUPPLY
The Cube employs a external power supply that will automatically convert the various
voltages used around the world and regulate them before sending the power to the Cube.
A standard male IEC/EIN power input connector makes it easy to travel as you need only
change the cable to suit the local power connector type. The connection between the power
supply is a 4-pin locking XLR.
As soon as you connect the Cube, a rear panel LED will illuminate to let you know the power
supply is active. A front-panel power switch and LED indicator will illuminate when turned
on. An additional rear panel LED indicator monitors the 48V phantom power supply when it
is switched on. Turning phantom power on or off is global and applied to all card slots. For
modules such as dynamic processors or EQs that do not use phantom power the module
simply ignores the phantom power as if it were not there.
POWER SHARING
The Cube’s power supply produces 500 milliamps (mA) of current that is shared between the
card slots. So for instance, if you have a power-hungry tube preamp in slot 1 that requires
250 milliamps of current, you still have 250 milliamps of current left to power the other two
card slots. Considering most 500 series modules use between 40 and 130 milliamps of
current, it is unlikely you will ever exceed the Cube’s available power.
Example A:
Slot-1
Radial PowerTube tube preamp
Draw: 235mA
Slot-2
Radial Q3 induction coil EQ
Draw: 25mA
Slot-3
Radial Komit compressor
Draw: 130mA
Total Current Draw: 390mA (110mA to spare!)
Example B:
Slot-1
Radial PowerPre preamp
Draw: 130mA
Slot-2
Radial Q3 induction coil EQ
Draw: 25mA
Slot-3
Radial Komit compressor
Draw: 130mA
Total Current Draw: 295mA (205mA to spare!)
Note: The original API™ spec calls for an average of 130mA for each slot. The Cube exceeds
this with a total of 500mA or 166mA when current draw is divided equally between the three
card slots.
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SETTING UP THE CUBE
The Cube is designed to either sit on the desktop or be mounted into the desktop using the
optional mounting brackets. For desktop use, four rubber feet are included in the packaging.
To install the rubber feet, turn the Cube upside down and insert into the four open holes on
the bottom.
The Cube also comes with a convenient carry handle that makes it easier to move the Cube
around the studio. You will find three Phillips screws in the package with the handle for
mounting. Leave the handle off if you want to stack stuff on top.
MOUNTING IN A DESKTOP
The Cube can be mounted into the desktop using optional brackets. There are two sets of
brackets to choose from. Please contact your Radial dealer to order (sold separately).
ANGLED MOUNT: (part # R700 0107 03)
The angled brackets mount the control
surface on a 30° angle to make it easy to
use while seated.
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FLUSH MOUNT: (part # R700 0107 02)
The flush mount brackets are used when
a low profile install is desired or when the
work surface itself is sloped.
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ATTACHING BRACKETS
The brackets attach to the top and bottom of the Cube using two screws for each part.
Remove the top handle and attach the brackets as shown. The top bracket attaches to the
same threaded screw holes as the top handle.
ANGLE MOUNT
Part# R700 0107 03
FLUSH MOUNT
Part# R700 0107 02
CUTTING OUT THE DESK -TOP
Once the brackets are fastened to the Cube you will need to cut out a hole in your desktop.
Use the dimensional data below to mark an opening sized for the Cube. The following steps
are a general guide for cutting a hole in your desk. If you are not comfortable with handling
power tools like jig-saws then please do not attempt this without help from a carpenter.
1. Check under the desk and ensure there is enough clearance for the Cube. You will need an extra
4” (10cm) of space behind the connector panel to accommodate the cables. The Cube is 7.5”
(19cm) deep, so a total of 12” (30cm) clearance is needed for mounting.
2. Use a 90° carpenters square to drawn out the cut lines on the desktop in pencil.
3. To minimize chipping in the desk surface use a straight edge and Exacto knife to score along the
pencil lines. Make several passes over each line with moderate force. Do not try and cut a deep
score line with one pass.
4. Drill a “starter-hole” for the jig-saw blade and carefully cut along the score lines. A fine-cut jig-saw
blade will further minimize chipping in the desk surface.
5. Drop the CUBE into the cut out hole and fasten the brackets to the desktop with #8 wood screws.
6.35”
(161mm)
6.6”
(168mm)
7”
(178mm)
7.25”
(184mm)
FRONT
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INSTALLING MODULES IN THE CUBE
When making any electrical connection, it is always safer to do so with the power disconnected.
The Cube’s internal power circuit is equipped with protective measures intended to provide a
margin of safety should a module exchange be performed with the power on. However, the
Cube is not designed to allow repeated insertion and removal of modules while the power
supply is active. Always power off the Cube before exchanging modules.
Modules slide into the Cube card slots and make contact with the card edge connector on
the inside rear plane. Once in place, modules are fastened using two 4/40 thread machine
screws. Always secure the modules in place to ensure proper power connection.
SLIDE-IN TRAY
The Cube is designed to accept modules that follow the 500 series format. An innovative
feature in the Cube is the Easy-Glide tray. The tray is designed to make sliding modules in
and out easier while lessening the frustration of trying to line up the card-edge connectors.
The tray comes factory installed.
You may find that there are some modules that do not follow standard sizes. To accommodate
non-compliant modules, the slide-in tray may be removed by unscrewing four screws from
the bottom.
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SIGNAL FLOW AND LEVELS
Because the Cube is modular, it can accept a multitude of different devices into it’s card slots.
This also means that you need to understand the signal flow so that you can be sure what
you want to do will work. In the world of audio there are basically four low level signal groups
to contend with before you get to high power output levels such as those produced by power
amplifiers to drive loudspeakers.
MIXER
+4dB
0dB
-10dB
WORKHORSE MIX BUSS
-20dB
-50dB
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NOMINAL
ACOUSTIC
MIC / DI
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2
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1. MIC LEVEL RANGE: Microphones and direct boxes produce the weakest signals. These
typically range from -60dB to -40dB depending on type. Some such as ribbon microphones
can be as low as -70dB while condenser mics will generally be at the top end of this range.
With a Cube, one would connect a microphone to a preamp like the PowerPre™. This would
elevate the mic-level signal to produce a +4dB line-level at the XLR output.
2. INSTRUMENT LEVEL RANGE: The output levels produced by instruments can range widely. A
single coil electric guitar can produce as little as -40dB while an electronic keyboard, sampler
or digital piano is capable of producing -10dB or more. For low level instruments, 500 series
modules like the JDV™ amplify the signal to produce a +4dB signal level at the XLR output for
direct recording.
3. UNBALANCED -10dB LINE LEVEL RANGE: Unbalanced outputs from CD players, keyboards,
mixers and home hi-fi components are usually specified at -10dB and are often referred to as
consumer line-level. These connect to a mic preamp. If too loud, one simply engages a pad.
4. BALANCED +4dB LINE LEVEL RANGE: This is the professional line level that comes from a
recording system and is normally the level that goes in and out of EQs, compressors and so
on. Most 500 series modules employ a +4dB signal level.
Matching the output level of one device to the input of the next will help you avoid distortion
and maximize signal-to-noise. For instance, using a +4dB output to drive a -10dB input could
overload the input and cause distortion. Conversely, a -10dB output may not have enough
gain to drive the input of a +4dB device resulting in a higher noise floor.
Because each of the Cube slots is equipped with a balanced line level input and a balanced
line level direct output (depending on the module), you are pretty much free to interconnect
modules or route signals to other devices using standard XLR patch cables. Once you start
working with the Cube, you will quickly come to understand all of the capabilities and how
easy it is to use.
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USING THE CUBE
Because the Cube is a modular frame, there are practically no limits as to what kind of signal
chain you can create. For instance, it can be loaded with Radial modules set up for analog
effects routing for your workstation, a customized channel strip, an instrument preamp for live
recording or as part of a play-back and overdub system.
As with all electronic equipment, turn off the power and turn down levels before making
connections. This will avoid the loud on-off transient that can damage equipment or blow
speakers. Plugging in a module is merely a matter of sliding it into the Cube and carefully
aligning the 15-pin card edge connector. Once plugged in, secure the module in place using
the supplied Phillips screws. After the module is connected, it will automatically route the
signal from the rear panel connectors to and from the module.
FROM
MODULE TO
NEXT DEVICE
FROM
SOURCE TO
MODULE
CARD SLOT 1
INPUT
OUTPUT
FEED
INPUT
Simple XLR I/O
The first step in approaching the Cube is going back to
the original Lunchbox™. This device was basically a
steel enclosure that fed power to a number of modules.
Connecting to and from modules was done using the
XLR connector that was associated with each card
slot. The Cube retains all of this connectivity while
adding the convenience of 1/4” TRS connectors.
OFF
OUTPUT
LINK
OFF
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1
2
3
4
Setting Up A Channel Strip
The next stage is using several modules together to
create a channel strip. For instance, when recording a
vocal track, you may want to run a mic preamp into an
EQ to add some presence and then into a compressorlimiter so that the track stays out of the ‘red’.
OMNIPORT
1
OUTPUT
G
+
-
G
G
+
INPUT
+
-
Using the old system, you would connect the microphone to the mic preamp using a standard
XLR cable. The mic preamp output would then connect to the EQ which in turn would connect
to the limiter. The direct XLR output from the limiter would then be sent to the recording
system.
PATCH
CABLE
CARD SLOT 1
INPUT
FEED
OFF
INPUT
OFF
OUTPUT
G
G
+
+
-
OMNIPORT
1
INPUT
OUTPUT
COMPRESSOR
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OMNIPORT
1
+
OUTPUT
LINK
OFF
OMNIPORT
-
INPUT
OFF
LINK
OFF
G
CARD SLOT 1
FEED
OUTPUT
LINK
OUTPUT
PATCH
CABLE
CARD SLOT 1
FEED
G
+
-
G
G
+
+
-
1
INPUT
EQUALIZER
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OUTPUT
G
+
-
G
G
+
+
-
INPUT
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The Cube simplifies the process with a FEED switch that replaces inter-module patch cables.
Instead of using an XLR cable, you simply push the FEED switch into the UP position and it
routes the signal to the adjoining module’s input. When engaged, the FEED function sends
the signal to the next module working from left to right (front view). Because the FEED
function is tied to the XLR connector, it will work with new Radial modules and older 500
series modules.
FEED
FEED
CARD SLOT 1
CARD SLOT 1
INPUT
OFF
FEED
OFF
OFF
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
LINK
OFF
OFF
OMNIPORT
OMNIPORT
1
+
-
G
G
+
OMNIPORT
1
INPUT
1
OUTPUT
COMPRESSOR
+
G
-
OUTPUT
LINK
OFF
G
INPUT
FEED
LINK
OUTPUT
CARD SLOT 1
INPUT
FEED
+
-
G
G
+
INPUT
OUTPUT
EQUALIZER
+
-
G
+
-
-
G
+
G
INPUT
MIC PREAMP
+
-
Once you get started, you will soon find all kinds of new and exciting ways to patch modules.
You could - for instance - use the feed switch to connect one module into the next while using
a TRS cable to simultaneously patch the signal to the third card-slot. The image below shows
how this is done. The mic signal has been split into two signal paths that can be processed
separately.
CARD SLOT 1
CARD SLOT 1
INPUT
FEED
OFF
OFF
OUTPUT
G
G
+
+
-
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OMNIPORT
1
+
OUTPUT
LINK
OFF
OMNIPORT
-
OMNIPORT
1
INPUT
OUTPUT
COMPRESSOR
G
+
-
INPUT
OFF
LINK
OFF
G
CARD SLOT 1
FEED
OUTPUT
LINK
OUTPUT
FEED
INPUT
FEED
-
G
G
+
+
-
1
INPUT
OUTPUT
EQUALIZER
G
12
+
-
-
G
G
+
+
-
INPUT
MIC PREAMP
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THREE YEAR TRANSFERABLE LIMITED WARRANTY
RADIAL ENGINEERING LTD. (“Radial”) warrants this product to be free
from defects in material and workmanship and will remedy any such defects free of charge according to the terms of this warranty. Radial will
repair or replace (at its option) any defective component(s) of this product
(excluding finish and wear and tear on components under normal use) for
a period of three (3) years from the original date of purchase. In the event
that a particular product is no longer available, Radial reserves the right
to replace the product with a similar product of equal or greater value. In
the unlikely event that a defect is uncovered, please call 604-942-1001
or email service@radialeng.com to obtain an RA number (Return Authorization number) before the 3 year warranty period expires. The product
must be returned prepaid in the original shipping container (or equivalent)
to Radial or to an authorized Radial repair center and you must assume
the risk of loss or damage. A copy of the original invoice showing date of
purchase and the dealer name must accompany any request for work to
be performed under this limited and transferable warranty. This warranty
shall not apply if the product has been damaged due to abuse, misuse,
misapplication, accident or as a result of service or modification by any
other than an authorized Radial repair center.
THERE ARE NO EXPRESSED WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THOSE
ON THE FACE HEREOF AND DESCRIBED ABOVE. NO WARRANTIES
WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE SHALL EXTEND BEYOND THE
RESPECTIVE WARRANTY PERIOD DESCRIBED ABOVE OF THREE
YEARS. RADIAL SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY
SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSS
ARISING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT. THIS WARRANTY
GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE
OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH MAY VARY DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU
LIVE AND WHERE THE PRODUCT WAS PURCHASED.
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Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice.
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