Audible Technologies PLINIUS 9200 Specifications

CONGRATULATIONS on your decision to become the proud owner of this
Plinius 9200 Integrated Amplifier.
This manual has been prepared to help you understand the operation of your amplifier, and to provide
information about its design and the variety of ways it may be used.
We have designed and manufactured this amplifier to reproduce your favourite music faithfully and
accurately. With a little care and a full understanding of the operating recommendations in this manual,
your Plinius 9200 Integrated Amplifier will provide years of high-quality, trouble-free performance.
Serial Number:
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Final Test Certified By: ................................................................................
IMPORTANT:
PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO READ THIS MANUAL
THOROUGHLY BEFORE USING YOUR AMPLIFIER.
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DESIGN PHILOSOPHY
From a distance you can see that the design of the Plinius products is more than an applied styling
exercise to the front panel. We have started from the ground up to produce a casing for our electronics
that is unrivalled in its physical strength and visual simplicity. Wherever possible we have reduced the
number of parts needed and then invested massively in refining and producing the remaining parts to the
highest quality achievable with state of the art computer controlled machines allied with expert craftsman.
Examples of this approach include the hydraulically formed corners on the amplifiers giving much greater
strength and the one piece housing for the remote control unit that eliminates large joints and potential
creaks.
The very process of holding the remote tells you that you are controlling both a powerful and precise
product. It is designed specifically for the act of listening to music, not channel surfing on a television or
changing the room temperature. The distinction is important because we believe that listening to music is
a highly selective and emotional experience that requires a much greater level of concentration and
precision to fully appreciate and enjoy.
As with music that you are not familiar with, truly innovative new designs can take time to understand and
enjoy. How often have you heard music that you were first unsure of, that over repeated listening, has
become a firm favourite. Our designs are fundamentally different to many other companies, and we hope
that you will take the time to explore their unique character and qualities because we have not made them
different simply to be different. We genuinely believe that their visual and tactile qualities do improve the
experience of listening to music and that is our design goal!
Ross Stevens
Design Director.
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CONTENTS
Introduction ............................................................................................................................... Page 2
Design Philosophy ..................................................................................................................... Page 3
Precautions ................................................................................................................................ Page 5
Amplifier Features – Front Panel ............................................................................................... Page 6
Amplifier Features – Rear Panel ................................................................................................ Page 7
Installation and Operation ......................................................................................................... Page 10
Input/Output Connection ........................................................................................................... Page 11
9200 Features .......................................................................................................................... Page 14
Loudspeaker Selection ............................................................................................................. Page 16
Specifications .......................................................................................................................... Page 17
Index ....................................................................................................................................... Page 18
Contact Details ......................................................................................................................... Page 19
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PRECAUTIONS
Please take special note of the following precautions before operating your new amplifier:
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The Plinius 9200 Integrated Amplifier can deliver in excess of 200 watts into 8 ohms. This
amplifier is also capable of a very large peak current delivery.
•
The Plinius 9200 Integrated Amplifier operates in Class AB. It is capable of generating heat that
could have an adverse effect on other electronic equipment, furniture, etc. DO NOT leave
flammable material on the amplifier whilst running, as this could pose a serious fire risk.
•
This amplifier operates at hazardous voltage levels. There are some alterations that may be made
by you, the owner. However, we recommend that any work requiring removal of the lid be referred
to a suitably qualified and experienced service technician.
•
DO NOT attempt to connect any input of this amplifier to its own outputs.
•
DO NOT earth any output terminal or connect any of these terminals together without following the
instructions in this manual or seeking qualified assistance.
•
DO NOT place this amplifier in any position where liquids, or any foreign material may accidentally
enter it.
•
DO NOT connect any voltage source, short circuit, earth/ground or appliance (other than suitable
high fidelity loudspeakers) to the amplifier output terminals.
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AMPLIFIER FEATURES – FRONT PANEL
The front of the Plinius 9200 Integrated Amplifier incorporates all the facilities
you will require on a daily basis.
RECORD
SOURCE
VOLUME
x
x
PHONO
CD
PLINIUS
TUNER
x
TAPE 1
TAPE 2
STAN DBY
FRONT PANEL LAYOUT SHOWING VOLUME KNOB, RECORD
AND SOURCE SELECTORS, AND DISPLAY LED
DISPLAY LED
An LED on the front panel indicates that the power is on. When first switched on, the display LED will
pulse for ten seconds - this is an initialisation sequence, after which the LED remains lit during the time
the amplifier is powered on. Whenever mute or a remote button is pressed, the LED will dim.
SOURCE SELECTOR
This rotary switch enables selection of any of the five different inputs available on the back panel. This
selection is fed to the speakers via the output posts on the rear of the amplifier. Note that in standby
mode no input is selected.
RECORD SELECTOR
This rotary switch allows recording of any of the five different inputs available on the back panel. Note that
when recording, the source that is being listened to will not be interfered with. For example, it is possible
to be listening to the CD input whilst recording from the TUNER input. Two tape decks can be connected
and dubbing in either direction is possible. Note that in standby mode no input is selected.
VOLUME CONTROL KNOB
The volume control is an ALPS motorised unit that will accurately convey the source signals to the power
amplification stage of the Plinius 9200. The knob can be adjusted manually or with the remote control
supplied. When using the remote control to alter the volume level, briefly press the button to make small
adjustments, or hold the button down to continuously adjust the volume.
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AMPLIFIER FEATURES – REAR PANEL
This panel incorporates all terminals for connecting the input signals from your CD player, tuner, etc, and
the outputs to the loudspeakers and mains supply.
Please remember that your Plinius 9200 Integrated Amplifier is a high quality electronic instrument
capable of an exceptional level of performance. Be sure that you understand your system’s requirements
fully before you make any connection to this amplifier.
MUTE
CAUTION
RIGHT OUTPUTS
PROCESSOR
IN
RIS K OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: T O REDU CE RISK OF
ELECTRICAL SH OCK DO NOT REMOVE
COVER. NO U SER SERVICEABLE
PART S INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUA LIFIE D SERVICING PERSONNEL.
PHONO
CD
TUNER
TAPE 1
PROCESSOR
TAPE 2
LEFT OUTPUTS
BYPASS
PRE OUT
GROUND
+
--
+
Z258
IN
RCA
CHASSIS
R
GROUND
LIFT
L
XLR
OUT
IN
OUT
RCA
CD
INPUT
PLINIUS 9200
INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER
XLR
OPEN
RIGHT CHANNEL FUSES
PUSH
DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN
NEW ZEALAND BY
PLINIUS AUDIO LTD
PO BOX 1836
PALMERSTON NORTH
LEFT CHANNEL FUSES
SERIAL No.
VOLTAGE
MAINS FUSE
PUSH
RAIL FUSES REPLACE ONLY WITH F7.5AL
Hz
POWER
CONSUMPTION
50/
60
REPLACE ONLY
WITH F10AL
REAR PANEL SHOWING INPUT AND OUTPUT TERMINALS, MUTE AND
PROCESSOR BYPASS SWITCHES, MAINS SWITCH AND MAINS SOCKET.
MAINS SWITCH
The heavy-duty rocker switch in the centre of the panel turns the Mains/Line Power to the amplifier ON or
OFF. The amplifier draws a moderately high current when switched on, so it is not good practice to
rapidly turn the Mains switch on and off repeatedly.
INPUT TERMINALS
The input terminals for your Plinius 9200 Integrated Amplifier are easily accessible along the top of the
rear panel, with the right (red) inputs along the top. The five sets of standard RCA terminals are for use
with unbalanced signals from phono, CD, tuner, and two tape decks. The phono inputs are suitable only
for low level input phono turntables, while the rest are all ‘line level’ inputs, suitable for audio equipment
from most manufacturers. Consult your PLINIUS dealer for further advice if required.
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CD XLR INPUT TERMINALS
Below the CD RCA inputs are an additional set of ‘line level’ XLR balanced inputs for use with source
components that feature XLR balanced outputs. Balanced signals are carried via a three way cable.
The XLR pin configuration used in all Plinius product is:
PIN 1 to GND
PIN 2 to +Signal
PIN 3 to -Signal
NOTE: Because of the way our XLR and balanced inputs are configured it is not possible to connect both
XLR and RCA at the same time.
INPUT SELECTION SWITCH
This switch directly below the ‘TAPE 1’ input is used to select the pair of CD input sockets required as
described above. Up selects the CD RCA input connections, while down selects CD XLR input.
OUTPUT TERMINALS
Connections for the loudspeakers are provided on the right hand side of the rear panel. Two parallel pairs
of five way binding posts for each channel are fitted – these provide ease of use with bi-wiring and
multiple cables requiring a large contact area.
TAPE OUTPUTS
These RCA outputs are situated next to the tape RCA inputs, and are provided to interface to a pair of line
level recording devices. The position of the record selector on the front panel determines from which
device a recording is being made. As these tape outputs are always ‘live’, both can be used to record the
chosen signal at any time.
MUTE SWITCH
The mute switch enables disconnection of the output, without the need to use the remote control. When
the amplifier is in mute, the LED on the front panel will dim.
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GROUND LIFT SWITCH
This switch allows the signal ground to be disconnected from the chassis. In some installations a hum
loop may exist due to duplicate ground paths from different equipment. Use this switch to remove the
connection from 0V to ground thus allowing some flexibility in your particular set-up.
PROCESSOR SOURCE AND RETURN
These RCA connections are for use with a multi-channel sound processor. They are provided so that you
can use the Plinius 9200 as either two channels in a multi-channel environment, or to send signal through
the amplifier to an external processor.
PROCESSOR SWITCH
This switch is used in conjunction with the processor source and return terminals, and controls whether
the amplifier is used via the normal inputs or the processor return input.
PRE OUT OUTPUT
The Pre-Out connection is provided to enable the Plinius 9200 to be connected to an external power
amplifier. The signal from this output is line level, and as such is not amplified by the power stage of the
Plinius 9200.
MAINS POWER CORD IEC SOCKET
This connector is where the mains supply cable from your wall connects to the amplifier. You will notice
that a fuse holder is mounted within this connection, and it holds a mains fuse to provide surge and
overload protection for your amplifier.
RAIL FUSES
These tubular fuse holders house the positive and negative rail protection fuses. Depress and turn anticlockwise to open. An LED is fitted next to each fuse holder to indicate a blown fuse.
PHONO EARTH POST
This is a chassis connected gold-plated earth post for use with most vinyl turntables.
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INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
PLACEMENT AND VENTILATION
Your Plinius 9200 may operate at a moderately high temperature when being driven hard. The ideal
location is upon a rigid stand, or floor mounted away from direct contact with any temperature sensitive
materials or deep pile carpets. Ventilation through and around the amplifier should also be kept
unimpeded, so ensure that the heat vents (slots in the lid and base) are not covered or restricted in any
way.
The Plinius 9200 design incorporates a very high level of mechanical de-coupling of the input and output.
It can however still be influenced by acoustical feedback in the operating environment. The use of
acoustic cones, or a suitably spiked amplifier stand or table, may further enhance the performance of this
amplifier. Consult your PLINIUS dealer for further advice if required.
MAINS VOLTAGE CONNECTION
Firstly, check that the mains supply voltage printed on the rear of this amplifier is similar to the mains
supply voltage in your area. If in doubt, please consult your PLINIUS dealer.
Mains supply power connection is via the supplied plug-in lead. A standard IEC socket connects the
mains power at the amplifier end, while a local mains plug is required at the wall end.
The wiring code used inside all Plinius product is:
Green to Earth/Ground
Blue to Neutral
Brown to Phase/Live
Should a ‘local’ plug need fitting to the wall end of the lead, ensure that a suitably qualified service
technician wires the plug correctly.
IMPORTANT:
DO NOT POWER UP YOUR AMPLIFIER UNTIL YOU HAVE CONNECTED
YOUR INPUT/OUTPUTS CORRECTLY FOR YOUR SYSTEM, (AS
EXPLAINED IN THE NEXT SECTION).
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INPUT / OUTPUT CONNECTION
It is important that you connect your loudspeakers (outputs) and source components (inputs) to the
Plinius 9200 Integrated Amplifier correctly to ensure the amplifier is not damaged, and sounds its best
with your system. Now that you have read and familiarised yourself with the connections on the back of
the amplifier, as covered in the previous section, we will describe in detail how to connect the amplifier to
your system.
Connect your tuner, CD player, tape decks, etc, to the corresponding inputs back of the Plinius 9200.
Make sure you connect the red coded cable to the red RIGHT RCA input, and the white (or black) cable to
the white LEFT RCA input. Also make sure the RCA connectors are a snug fit and are inserted all the way
in. For XLR input connection to the CD XLR input, make sure you connect the ‘R’ XLR input and ‘L’ XLR
input to the right and left outputs from your source unit respectively. Also make sure the XLR connectors
click into place. Use the input selection switch to select RCA if you are using unbalanced RCA CD inputs
or to select XLR if you are using balanced XLR CD inputs.
Next, connect your loudspeaker wires to the output posts. Connect your right loudspeaker (i.e. the one on
the right of you when seated in your normal listening position) to the right output terminals, ensuring that
the red positive (+) terminal is connected to the red terminal on your loudspeaker. Do the same with the
black or negative (-) terminals.
CONNECTING A HOME THEATRE RECEIVER OR PROCESSOR
The power amplifiers of the Plinius 9200 will most likely perform better sonically than the amplifiers in
your home theatre receiver. The Plinius 9200 rear panel processor connections allow you to take
advantage of this.
A typical scenario might be as follows. You have a DVD player, a home theatre receiver, CD player, and a
vinyl turntable. The connections required would be: The DVD player is connected to the receiver, the CD
player is connected to either the CD input on the receiver or the CD input on the Plinius 9200, and the
turntable is connected to the phono input on the Plinius 9200.
To enable all sources to use the power amplifiers of the Plinius 9200 for front left and right speakers you
should connect the receiver’s front right and left pre-amp outputs to the processor ‘return’ inputs on the
Plinius 9200. The receiver’s front power amplifiers are disconnected from any loudspeakers as they are
replaced by the Plinius 9200. Next connect the processor ‘source’ output on the back of the Plinius 9200
to a line input (eg. ‘Line 1’) on the receiver and set the 9200 rear panel switch to ‘processor in’. The
source selected on the Plinius 9200 will now be sent to the processor and the front right and left channels
returned to the Plinius 9200 and on to the loudspeakers.
To listen to sources not connected to the receiver’s inputs simply operate the receiver as if the Plinius
9200 was not present (although it will be driving the front loudspeakers). To listen to sources connected
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to the Plinius 9200 inputs, select the line input chosen above on the receiver (eg. ‘Line 1’) and operate
the receiver as normal. You will be able to set the Plinius 9200 volume control to a level that will allow
the loudness of its source components to match those from the receiver. All volume control adjustment
for the system should then be done via the receiver’s volume control.
BYPASSING THE RECEIVER OR PROCESSOR
You may wish to listen to the best possible two channel sound from sources connected to the Plinius
9200 even when it is interconnected with a receiver as described above. In this case simply reach behind
the Plinius 9200 and toggle the processor switch to ‘bypass only’. With the switch in this position the
external receiver is out of circuit and you can enjoy the full two channel capabilities of the Plinius 9200.
RECORDING MUSIC
In order to record music to tape, or some other line level recording device, these devices will need to be
connected to the tape 1 and tape 2 outputs. Turn the record selector on the front panel to the input you
wish to record from, and the amplifier will now send signal to both tape 1 and tape 2 outputs. Note that
the volume control does not adjust the recording level - this is done at the recording device itself.
USING PRE OUT
A line level output is provided on the back of the Plinius 9200. If you wish to use the Plinius 9200 as a
pre-amp only, or to send signal to another amplifier, fit the interconnect cable to the pre out outputs. Note
that the pre out connections provide signal from whatever the source selector knob is currently set to.
LOUDSPEAKER TERMINATION QUALITY
Quality of the connections must be examined to ensure that high-performance, trouble-free operation is
enjoyed. Check that the connections are tight but do not over tighten. If bare wires are used make sure
that no loose strands of wire short across the other terminals or the amplifier chassis. When using plugs
such as bananas, be sure to use good quality plugs with a firm fit.
BI-WIRING
Bi-wiring uses two pairs of loudspeaker cables for each channel loudspeaker. You will notice that the rear
panel of your Plinius 9200 has two pairs of output terminals for this purpose. When using bi-wires,
always connect positive (+) to positive (+) and the same for the negative (-) terminals.
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PHASING (OR POLARITY)
It is important to achieve good stereo imaging in your listening room. By observing the wiring
instructions above, each power amplifier/loudspeaker combination should be in phase. If you experience
poor stereo image and/or a lack of bass, check that the loudspeaker wiring has been connected correctly.
We recommend that you use one of the easily obtainable ‘test discs’ to help you ensure both phasing and
channel orientation are correct. If in doubt, consult your PLINIUS dealer for advice.
Naturally it is also important to make sure all the leads carrying signals for the RIGHT channel loudspeaker
are connected to the RIGHT input to the amplifier from your preamplifier or CD player etc. Signals for the
LEFT channel should be wired in a similar fashion.
CONNECTING THE MAINS SUPPLY
Now that your Plinius 9200 Integrated Amplifier is configured correctly, the mains cable can be plugged
into the IEC socket on the back of the amplifier. Ensure that the processor switch on the back panel is
correct for your intended usage (normally ‘bypass’), and check the speaker cables are connected
correctly. Turn on the power switch on the rear panel. The display LED will cycle in brightness for
approximately ten seconds as the internal circuitry stabilises. You can now enjoy your new Plinius 9200
Integrated Amplifier.
WARM-UP PERIOD
You will find that the Plinius 9200 will become noticeably ‘purer’ in sound after being on for a period of
time. We usually recommend waiting at least 24 hours before expecting the best quality of sound
reproduction from your amplifier. Also, as the Plinius 9200 uses very little power while on, we suggest
leaving the unit turned on so that it will always be at it’s sonic best.
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9200 FEATURES
REMOTE CONTROL
Provided with your Plinius 9200 is a three function remote control. The two buttons at the top of the
remote adjust the volume level, and the button below switches the amplifier in and out of mute. Two AAA
batteries power the remote, and these are replaced by removing the two posi-drive screws on the rear face
of the remote that hold the battery compartment in place. The bottom end of the remote is now free to
slide down for access to the batteries. Replace the two batteries, taking care to refit the new ones with
correct polarity.
PHONO GAIN ADJUSTMENT
The phono stage can also be set to high or low gain to suit your phono turntable specifications (high gain
is the factory setting).
Disconnect the lead from the IEC socket on your Plinius 9200 and make sure the Mains switch is OFF.
Carefully remove the lid by undoing the cap screws on the top and side. Locate the small black phono
jumpers to the middle-right side of the top circuit board. The gain can now be adjusted noting that high
gain (factory setting) is set with jumpers to the left, and low gain is set with jumpers to the right. Now reassemble your Plinius 9200.
TAPE LOCKOUT PROTECTION
On most tape decks, any signal recorded is sent to the tape outputs so that the signal level of the
recording can be monitored. Should the user accidentally try to record the tape decks own output,
feedback howl usually results. The Plinius 9200 Tape Lockout feature prevents this situation from
damaging your system speakers by muting the power amplifier.
FUSE PROTECTION
When any rail fuse is damaged one or more fuse warning LED’s will light. These LED’s are located next to
the fuse that has blown. To replace the fuse, steady the amplifier, then firmly push in the round fuse cap
with your fingers. When the cap cannot push in any further, rotate the cap anticlockwise (to the left) until
it comes to a stop. Release inward pressure on the fuse cap and it can now be removed from the
amplifier. If any of the rail fuses need to be replaced, do so only with 7.5 amp normal blow fuses.
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To re-fit the fuse, insert the fuse and gently turn it as far as possible anticlockwise (to the left). Now push
the fuse cap in firmly, then turn clockwise (to the right) until it comes to a stop. Release inward pressure
on the cap and the fuse will be fitted securely.
IMPORTANT:
DO NOT FIT A FUSE WITH A HIGHER RATING.
Note that fuse failure may indicate a severe problem. Check all speakers and speaker cables for
damage/short circuit, etc. Should the amplifier continue to suffer rail fuse failure, contact your PLINIUS
dealer.
MAINS/LINE FUSE
A Mains/Line fuse is fitted within the IEC socket on the rear of the amplifier. A small drawer at the bottom
of this socket may be removed (after the IEC plug is removed) by levering it out with a flat blade
screwdriver. The fuse fitted should be rated as specified on the rear panel.
IMPORTANT:
DO NOT FIT A FUSE WITH A HIGHER RATING.
In the unusual event that this fuse should blow, you must first establish the cause of this failure (such as
power surges, damaged mains cable, etc.) before replacing the fuse with one of the same rating and type.
Should the amplifier continue to suffer mains fuse failure, contact your PLINIUS dealer.
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LOUDSPEAKER SELECTION
Your Plinius 9200 Integrated Amplifier is designed for use with high fidelity loudspeakers. It should not
be used to operate any other type of appliance or equipment.
Choice of loudspeakers is one of personal taste, providing the chosen loudspeakers are suitable for use
with your amplifier. Be certain that your loudspeakers can handle most of the rated output power of this
amplifier. You may find loudspeaker specifications confusing or misleading, so you should discuss this
with your audio dealer prior to purchase. As a general rule, the use of high power (200 Watt RMS or
greater) loudspeakers is recommended and desirable. However, our experience indicates that medium to
low power loudspeakers (100 to 200 Watt RMS) are quite often suitable for use on this amplifier, provided
the volume is maintained at a level where no distortion is audible.
Impedance of the loudspeaker load is important to ensure the rated performance of this amplifier. Any
combination of loudspeakers may be used, but the total average impedance load for each channel should
be within a range of 4 to 8 ohms. Again, if you have doubts about the impedance of your loudspeaker
configuration, we recommend you speak to your PLINIUS dealer.
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SPECIFICATIONS
200-WATTS RMS PER CHANNEL INTO 8 OHMS.
BOTH CHANNELS DRIVEN FROM 20Hz TO 20kHz AT LESS THAN 0.2% TOTAL HARMONIC
DISTORTION.
FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 20Hz to 20kHz ±0.2dB. -3dB at 5Hz and -3dB at 70kHz.
DISTORTION: Typically <0.05% THD at rated power. 0.2% THD and IM worst case prior to clipping.
4 OHM POWER: 300 Watts per channel or greater.
CURRENT OUTPUT: 40A short duration peak per channel. Fuse protected.
SLEWING: 50V/µs.
HUM & NOISE: 90dB below rated output 20Hz to 20kHz unweighted.
INPUT SENSITIVITY: 300mV RMS for rated output at 1kHz. 1.5mV RMS on Phono low gain setting.
0.75mV on Phono high gain setting.
INPUT IMPEDANCE: 47kΩ.
INPUT OVERLOAD: 5V RMS.
PHONO STAGE GAIN (PHONO INPUT TO PRE-OUT): 61dB on high gain setting, 54dB on low gain setting.
RATED PRE OUT LEVEL: 1.5V RMS into 47kΩ or higher. Maximum 6V RMS into 10kΩ or higher.
PRE OUT SOURCE IMPEDANCE: Typically 1.5kΩ.
PRE OUT MINIMUM RECOMMENDED LOAD: 47kΩ.
TAPE OUTPUT LEVEL: 190mV at 200Ω. Tape loop muting at 5V RMS input.
HEIGHT: 120mm (4 3/4")
WIDTH: 450mm (17 3/4")
DEPTH: 400mm (15 3/4")
WEIGHT: 14kg (30lbs)
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INDEX
Bi-wiring .................................................................................................................................. Page 12
Date of Manufacture .................................................................................................................... Page 3
Front Panel Layout ...................................................................................................................... Page 6
Fuse Protection......................................................................................................................... Page 14
Ground Lift Switch....................................................................................................................... Page 8
IEC Power Connector.............................................................................................................Pages 9,13
Input Terminals .....................................................................................................................Pages 7,11
Loudspeaker Impedance............................................................................................................ Page 16
Loudspeaker Power ................................................................................................................... Page 16
Mains/Line Fuse ....................................................................................................................... Page 15
Mains Supply Connection.......................................................................................................... Page 13
Mains Switch .............................................................................................................................. Page 7
Mute Switch................................................................................................................................ Page 8
Operating Temperature ..........................................................................................................Pages 5,10
Output Terminals...................................................................................................................Pages 8,11
Phasing .................................................................................................................................... Page 13
Phono Earth Post......................................................................................................................... Page 8
Phono Gain Adjustment............................................................................................................. Page 14
Phono Inputs .............................................................................................................................. Page 8
Placement ..............................................................................................................................Pages 5,9
Pre Out Output ......................................................................................................................Pages 9,12
Processor Connections..........................................................................................................Pages 8,11
Processor Switch ..................................................................................................................Pages 8,11
Rail Fuses.............................................................................................................................Pages 8,13
Rear Panel Layout ....................................................................................................................... Page 7
Record Selector .......................................................................................................................... Page 6
Remote Control......................................................................................................................... Page 13
Safety Precautions....................................................................................................................... Page 5
Serial Number............................................................................................................................. Page 3
Source Selector .......................................................................................................................... Page 6
Tape Outputs .............................................................................................................................. Page 8
Tape Lockout ............................................................................................................................ Page 14
Terminations............................................................................................................................. Page 11
Ventilation ............................................................................................................................Pages 5,10
Volume Control........................................................................................................................... Page 6
Warm-Up Period ....................................................................................................................... Page 13
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CONTACT DETAILS
All operational, technical and descriptive material published here is subject to change at any time without
notice. For further product information or queries, please contact us at the address below.
PLINIUS products are designed and manufactured by:
Plinius Audio Ltd.
P.O. Box 1836
Palmerston North
New Zealand
Phone:
Facsimile:
Email:
Internet:
64 6 354 8583
64 6 354 8586
info@pliniusaudio.com
www.pliniusaudio.com
©2005 Plinius Audio Ltd.
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