Dukane DK120 Radar Detector User Manual

OWNER‘S MANUAL
LINEAR PRECISION POWER AMP
CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
DESCRIPTION
UNPACKING & WARRANTY
INSTALLATION NOTES
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
INPUT A / INPUT B
PARALLEL
POWER AMP OUTPUT
BRIDGED MODE
GROUND-LIFT SWITCH
MAINS INPUT
SPECIFICATIONS
BLOCK DIAGRAM
DIMENSIONS
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage“ within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and “maintenance” (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not “block” any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacture’s instructions.
Do not install near heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or the grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrican for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Use only with the cart, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a
cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for a long period of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged
in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the
apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
Do not expose this equipment to dripping or splashing and ensure that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
are placed on the equipment.
To completely disconnect this equipment from the AC Mains, disconnect the power plug from the AC receptacle.
The mains plug of the power supply cord shall remain readily operable.
Management of WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment) (applicable in Member States of the European
Union and other European countries with individual national policies on the management of WEEE) The symbol
on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as regular household waste, but
has to be disposed through returning it at a Telex dealer.
IMPORTANT SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION:
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These servicing instructions are for use by qualified personnel only. To reduce the risk of
electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the Operating
Instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Security regulations as stated in the EN 60065 (VDE 0860 / IEC 65) and the CSA E65 - 94 have to be obeyed when
servicing the appliance.
Use of a mains separator transformer is mandatory during maintenance while the appliance is opened, needs to be
operated and is connected to the mains.
Switch off the power before retrofitting any extensions, changing the mains voltage or the output voltage.
The minimum distance between parts carrying mains voltage and any accessible metal piece (metal enclosure),
respectively between the mains poles has to be 3 mm and needs to be minded at all times. The minimum distance
between parts carrying mains voltage and any switches or breakers that are not connected to the mains (secondary
parts) has to be 6 mm and needs to be minded at all times.
Replacing special components that are marked in the circuit diagram using the security symbol (Note) is only
permissible when using original parts.
Altering the circuitry without prior consent or advice is not legitimate.
Any work security regulations that are applicable at the location where the appliance is being serviced have to be
strictly obeyed. This applies also to any regulations about the work place itself.
All instructions concerning the handling of MOS - circuits have to be observed.
NOTE:
SAFETY COMPONENT ( MUST BE REPLACED BY ORIGINAL PART )
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DESCRIPTION
Congratulations! With buying a DYNACORD CL-SERIES power amplifier you have chosen an appliance that employs most advanced technology.
CL-Series power amps combine outstanding audio performance, highest reliability and operational
safety.
The audio performance of CL power amps are simply extraordinary. Optimised power supply units employing low-leakage toroidal transformers and the consistent use of Class-H technology provide extensive headroom far above the stated nominal output. At the same time this contributes to a reduction in
weight and power dissipation.
The CL1200/1600/2000 is designed in Class-H technology, i.e. the power amp provides extremely
fast, signal-dependent operating voltage switching, which results in doubling the regular supply voltage
when needed. Compared to Class-AB power amps, Class-H power amps generate by far less power
dissipation at identical output. Consequently, reduced leakage power or dissipation is synonymous to
less waste heat – energy is used more efficiently. As a result, installing Class-H power amps within rack
shelf systems is possible with less space between appliances. In addition to that and despite offering
identical output, power consumption is a lot less than in Class-AB operation.
DYNACORD CL-SERIES power amps have been designed to fulfil even the most demanding
requirements of touring applications. CL-Series amps are protected against thermal and electrical
overload, short circuit and the occurrence of HF/DC at the outputs. Back-EMF-Protection eliminates
the risk of the output transistors being damaged by electrical energy back-feed. The power outputs are
switched via relay with a time delay during soft-start. An inrush current limiter prevents mains fuses from
blowing.
Mechanical construction and workmanship also comply with the highest precision manufacturing
standards. The rigid sheet steel chassis even resists the most wearing tour operation. Two three-speed
high performance fans (off/slow/fast) guarantee outstanding thermal stability at absolute low running
noise. The ventilation is directed front-to-rear allowing trouble-free operation even in smaller amp-racks.
The electronically balanced inputs are carried out via XLR-type connectors. Direct-Outs for through
connecting the audio signal are also provided via XLRM-type connectors. Input Routing allows selecting
DUAL (stereo) or PARALLEL (monaural) operation mode. By means of the separate BRIDGED OUTconnector and a Bridged Mode-switch, switching to „Mono Bridged“ operation is truly uncomplicated
as well. The recessed mounted dB-scaled level controls ensure reliable protection against mechanical
damage. These particularly precise, secure to operate detent-potentiometers are located on the
front panel. CL-Series power amps provide the opportunity for retrofitting an internal analogue signal
processor board with x-over and filter functions.
The easily readable LED display provides a quick overview of the power amp’s current operational
status. The power outputs CHANNEL A, CHANNEL B and BRIDGED OUT are carried out as extremely
durable SPEAKON-type connectors. Also located on the rear panel is a Ground-lift switch, which helps
eliminating ground-noise loops by separating the power amp’s enclosure from the circuit ground. In
normal operation, all CL-Series power amps are capable of driving loads as low as 2ohms. In MonoBridged mode the allowable minimum load is 4ohms.
This owner’s manual outlines and explains several other features of your CL-Series power amplifier.
Please, make sure to carefully read all of it and mind the instructions.
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DESCRIPTION
UNPACKING & WARRANTY
Carefully open the packaging and take out the power amplifier. Next to the power amplifier itself, the
package also includes this owner’s manual, a mains cord and the warranty certificate. Keep the original
invoice, which states the purchase/delivery date together with the warranty certificate at a safe place.
INSTALLATION NOTES
Generally, installing or mounting power amps should be carried out in a way that guarantees continuously unopposed front-to-rear air circulation. Installation of appliances with opposite air circulation within
one cabinet or closed rack shelf system is not recommended. When including an appliance in a closed
cabinet or rack shelf system make sure to provide sufficient ventilation. Leave a gap of at least 60mm
x 330mm (up to the cabinet’s top ventilation louvers) for air circulation between the rear of the power
amplifier and the cabinet’s/rack’s rear inner wall. Make sure to leave at least 100mm of space above the
cabinet or rack shelf system. Since temperatures inside of the cabinet or rack shelf system can easily
rise up to 40°C during operation, bearing in mind the maximally allowable environmental temperature
during operation for all other appliances installed in the same rack shelf system is mandatory (also refer
to “MAINS OPERATION AND RESULTING TEMPERATURE”).
Caution: For trouble-free operation exceeding the maximally allowable environmental temperature of +40°C is not permissible.
The use of installation rails or optionally available “rear-rack-mount” rails is strongly recommended when
installing the appliance in a rack shelf system or cabinet to prevent the front panel from bending.
The power amplifier has to be protected against: dripping or splashing water, direct sunlight, high temperatures or direct influence of heat sources, high humidity, extensive dust and vibrations.
Condensation on internal parts may occur when transporting the power amplifier from a cold into a
warmer environment. In that case operation is only permissible after the appliance has gained the
new temperature (after approximately one hour). If foreign objects or liquids have entered the power
amplifier’s enclosure make sure to instantly separate the appliance from the mains power and contact
an authorised service centre for inspection before continuing operation.
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FRONT PANEL
Use the POWER switch, located on the front panel’s, right side to switch the appliance’s power on. The
soft-start function limits against current inrush peaks on the mains, which in addition prevents the mains
line protection switch from activating during power-on. The loudspeaker outputs are activated via relay
switching with a delay of approximately 2 seconds to efficiently attenuate eventual power-on noise. The
PROTECT LED lights during the delay time and the fans run at maximum speed. This is normal, confirming the correct operation of the protection circuitry.
This indicator lights when the power amplifier has been switched on. Causes for the
POWER-indicator not lighting are: the appliance is not connected to the mains
or the primary fuse is defective.
The PROTECT LED indicating that one of the internal protection circuits
against thermal overload, short-circuit, Back-EMF, RF-occurrence at the output,
etc., has been activated. The output relays interrupt the connected loads from
the power amps while input signals are interrupted as well, preventing the connected
loudspeaker systems and the power amplifiers themselves from being damaged.
Whatever caused the fault – e.g. a short-circuited speaker cable – needs to be remedied. In case of thermal overload you have to wait until the power amplifier automatically regains normal operation.
The SIGNAL LED lights as soon as an audio signal of approximately 30dB below full
modulation is present at the output. The LED is dimmed when speaker cables are
short-circuited or a protection circuit has been activated.
The 0dB LED lights whenever the power amplifier is driven at its maximum. Higher
input voltage does not result in higher peak output voltage. In addition, the 0dB
indicator comes in handy when adjusting external limiters.
This indicator lights as soon as the integrated dynamic audio signal limiter is
activated and the power amplifier is driven at the clipping limit or generally at its
maximum capacity. Short-term blinking is not a problem, because the internal limiter
controlls input levels of up to +21dBu down to a THD of approximately 1%. If, on the
other hand, this LED lights constantly, reducing the volume is recommended to
prevent the loudspeaker systems connected from being damaged by probable
overload.
Detent potentiometers scaled in dB (steps of 1dB) for
adjusting the power amp’s overall volume. To prevent
distortion in mixing consoles connected to your CL-Series
amp, setting these controls to a value between 0dB and -6dB
is generally recommended. The dB-scale provides direct
indication of the control attenuation applied to the fixed
internal amplification.
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REAR PANEL
INPUT A / INPUT B
The inputs INPUT A & INPUT B of the CL series are electronically
balanced. The voltage gain of all models is set to 32 dB (constant
gain). This results however in different input sensitivities for the
different models (see table), but the level adjustment of active
crossovers or signal processors in multi-way systems is much
easier. Power amplifiers with different output power can be
changed without consideration, the crossovers have not to be
adjusted due to the constant amplification of the whole unit line.
If external voltage limiters are used, they should be set to the
CL800 +1.15dBu / 0.88V
used power class with consideration of the connected speaker
systems. The XLR-type connectors OUTPUT A & OUTPUT B
CL1200 +3.2dBu / 1.12V
are prepared for „through-connecting“ input signals to additional
CL1600 +4.7dBu / 1.33V
external power amps. The input signal is directly routed to these
CL2000 +5.5dBu / 1.46V
output connectors. There are no repeaters or other electronic
components within that signal path. Accordingly, input and output
connectors of the corresponding channel are interconnected in
parallel, offering permanent electrical connection, without regard
to the setting of the Power-ON switch.
Although having XLR-type output connectors, some mixing console models provide unbalanced
output connection only. When using mixers with unbalanced outputs, bridging PIN1 and PIN3
of the power amp’s input connectors or leaving PIN3 of the cable’s plugs unconnected is
necessary. Otherwise, when feeding in unbalanced audio signals via PIN3 (b, -, „cold“) and PIN2
(a, +, „hot“), strange humming and RF-interference may occur, which very likely will damage the
power amplifier and/or the connected speaker cabinets.
NF-CONNECTION CORDS
Choosing high-quality balanced cables (two conductors for the audio signal plus seperate shielding
mesh) with XLR-type connectors are recommended for LF-signal connection. Although connecting unbalanced cables to the power amplifier inputs is possible as well, using balanced cables is always preferable. A great number of today’s audio appliances employ balanced outputs. With balanced cabling,
the shield connects all metal enclosure parts and therefore efficiently eliminates the introduction of external interference – mostly noise and hum.
XLR-type connector pin-assignment
XLR (male)
XLR (female)
PARALLEL
The input connectors of channel A and channel B are electrically connected in parallel
when the selector switch is set to PARALLEL. However, individually controlling the
volume of both channels is still possible via the corresponding level controls A and B.
DUAL
If the selector switch is set to DUAL, the audio signals of channels A and B are
independently amplified.
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REAR PANEL
POWER AMP OUTPUT CONNECTORS
Power amp output connection for the two channels A
(left) and B (right) is provided via SPEAKON-type output
connectors.
A plastic cover to prevent inadvertent erroneous
connection protects the BRIDGED OUT connector. Make
sure to remove the cover only when actually operating the
power amplifier in Bridged-Mode.
CAUTION!
Pins 2+/2- of the CHANNEL A SPEAKON output, which
normally are not in use, are also connected to output B to
ensure comfortable connection of 2-way speaker cabinets
(e.g in Bi-Amping Mode) when using 4-wire Speakon
cables.
To prevent short-circuit and/or to protect your speaker systems from being damaged when connecting
the cabinets, please make sure to mind the Low- and High channels’ specific pin-assignments!
If, for example, the subwoofer audio signal is used to feed a tweeter, it is more than likely that this will
instantly destroy the HF-driver’s coil.
WARNING:
The speaker output terminals are marked with a symbol “
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terminals are hazardous live and present a risk of electric shock to the user.
BRIDGED MODE
With the BRIDGED-MODE switch being engaged, using the channel A input
for audio signal feed is mandatory, since input B provides no function. While
the amplifier of channel A operates as usual, the audio signal is internally
inverted and routed to the amplifier of channel B. Both amps – A and B – now
work in push-pull operation to provide doubled output voltage at the
BRIDGED-OUT connector.
The regular output voltage of each amplifier channel A / B is still present at the corresponding output
connector CHANNEL A or CHANNEL B. However, using these signals is not recommendable because
of the aforementioned phase inversion. Operating the power amp in Bridged Mode with loads of 2ohms
connected is not allowable.
CAUTION: Extremely high voltages might be present at the BRIDGED OUT connector during
Bridged-Mode operation. The connected loudspeaker systems have to be capable of handling
such high voltages. Please make sure that power handling specifications as stated in the documentation supplied with your speaker systems match the specifications of the power amplifier.
GROUND-LIFT SWITCH
The ground-lift switch allows eliminating noise loops. If the power amplifier is
operated together with other equipment in a 19“ rack-shelf, setting the switch
to its GROUNDED position is recommended. If the power amplifier is operated
together with appliances with differing ground potentials, set the switch to its
UNGROUNDED position.
MAINS INPUT
Under normal circumstances, the mains fuse only blows in case of fault.
Replacing the fuse is only permissible when using a new fuse of the same
type with identical amperage, voltage and blow characteristics. If the mains
fuse blows more often, please contact an authorized service centre.
The high-performance mains cord supplied with your power amplifier complies
to applicable safety regulations, plus that its diameter corresponds to the power
amp’s power output capacity. Make sure to use the supplied mains cord for connecting the power amp
to the mains. Using mains cords with smaller diameters results in higher leakage and consequently reduced maximum power output capacity.
At 100V and 120V units the mains fuse is installed internally. This is fore safety reasons. In case of a
blown mains fuse please contact a qualified service personnel for servicing.
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MAINS OPERATION & RESULTING TEMPERATURE
MAINS OPERATION & RESULTING TEMPERATURE
The following tables allow determining power supply and cabling requirements.
The power drawn from the mains network is converted into output power to feed the connected
loudspeaker systems and into heat. The difference between power consumption and dispensed power
is called power dissipation (Pd). The amount of heat resulting from power dissipation might remain
inside of a rack-shelf and needs to be diverted using appropriate measures. The following table is
meant as auxiliary means for calculating temperatures inside of a rack-shelf system/cabinet and the
ventilation efforts necessary.
The column „Pd“ lists the leakage power in relation to different operational states. The column „BTU/hr“
lists the dispensed heat amount per hour.
CL800
idle
(1)
Max. Output Power @ 8Ω
(1)
Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
Umains
[V]
Imains
[A]
Pmains
[W]
230V
0,42
50
230V
4,4
735
Pout
[W]
Pd (6)
[W]
BTU/hr(4)
-
50
170
2 x 240
255
870
230V
7,2
1295
2 x 400
495
1690
(1)
230V
4,6
770
2 x 133
504
1720
(1)
230V
3,1
490
2 x 50
390
1330
(2)
230V
2,7
425
2 x 50
325
1110
(2),(5)
254V
3,0
600
2 x 63
474
1615
(3)
230V
2,8
430
2 x 50
330
1125
(3),(5)
254V
3,1
530
2 x 63
404
1380
(1)
230V
2,8
440
2 x 40
360
1230
(1)
230V
6,4
1130
2 x 300
530
1810
(1)
230V
4,9
820
2 x150
520
1775
230V
11,2
2150
2 x 600
950
3240
(1)
230V
4,8
800
2 x 75
650
2220
(2)
230V
4,2
680
2 x 75
530
1810
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
(3)
230V
4,2
685
2 x 75
535
1825
CL1200
Umains
[V]
Imains
[A]
Pmains
[W]
Pout
[W]
Pd (6)
[W]
BTU/hr(4)
230V
0,45
54
-
54
185
1/3 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
Normal Mode (-10dB) @ 4Ω
Rated Output Power (0dB) @ 4Ω
Alert (Alarm) Mode (-3dB) @ 4Ω
(1)
Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
idle
(1)
230V
6,3
1070
2 x 350
370
1260
(1)
230V
10,4
1920
2 x 600
720
2455
(1)
230V
6,2
1065
2 x 200
665
2270
(1)
230V
2,6
400
2 x 75
250
855
(2)
230V
2,9
455
2 x 75
305
1040
(2),(5)
254V
3,1
500
2 x 93
314
1070
(3)
230V
2,9
450
2 x 75
300
1025
(3),(5)
254V
3,2
550
2 x 93
364
1240
(1)
Max. Output Power @ 8Ω
Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/3 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
Normal Mode (-10dB) @ 4Ω
230V
2,4
365
2 x 60
245
835
(1)
230V
9,6
1750
2 x 500
750
2560
(1)
230V
7,0
1220
2 x 250
720
2455
Rated Output Power (0dB) @ 4Ω
Alert (Alarm) Mode (-3dB) @ 4Ω
(1)
Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
230V
16,1
3180
2 x 900
1380
4710
(1)
230V
3,8
645
2 x 113
419
1430
(2)
230V
4,1
680
2 x 113
454
1550
(3)
230V
4,4
720
2 x 113
494
1685
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
(1) Sine Modulation (1kHz)
(2) VDE-Noise
(3) pink-Noise EN60065 / 7. Edition
(4) 1BTU = 1055.06J = 1055.06Ws
(5) 10% Mains Over Voltage
(6) Pd = Leakage Power
The following factors allow direct proportional calculation of the mains current Imain for different mains supply voltages:
100V = 2.3; 120V = 1.9; 220V = 1.05; 240V = 0.96
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MAINS OPERATION & RESULTING TEMPERATURE
CL1600
idle
(1)
Max. Output Power @ 8Ω
(1)
Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
Umains
[V]
Imains
[A]
Pmains
[W]
Pout
[W]
Pd (6)
[W]
BTU/hr(4)
230V
0,5
65
-
65
220
230V
8,0
1440
2 x 500
440
1500
230V
13,2
2520
2 x 800
920
3140
(1)
230V
7,5
1360
2 x 266
828
2825
(1)
230V
3,0
520
2 x 100
320
1090
(2)
230V
3,3
570
2 x 100
370
1260
(2),(5)
254V
3,6
660
2 x 120
420
1435
(3)
230V
3,8
580
2 x 100
380
1295
(3),(5)
254V
4,1
695
2 x 120
455
1550
(1)
230V
2,8
470
2 x 80
310
1060
(1)
230V
12,5
2360
2 x 700
960
3275
(1)
230V
8,8
1610
2 x 350
910
3105
230V
20,0
4000
2 x 1100
1800
6140
(1)
230V
4,5
815
2 x 138
540
1840
(2)
230V
5,0
825
2 x 138
550
1875
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
(3)
230V
5,4
905
2 x 138
630
2150
CL2000
Umains
[V]
Imains
[A]
Pmains
[W]
Pout
[W]
Pd (6)
[W]
BTU/hr(4)
230V
0,6
72
-
72
246
230V
10,0
1712
2 x 600
512
1747
1/3 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
Normal Mode (-10dB) @ 4Ω
Rated Output Power (0dB) @ 4Ω
Alert (Alarm) Mode (-3dB) @ 4Ω
(1)
Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
idle
(1)
Max. Output Power @ 8Ω
(1)
Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
230V
16,3
2991
2 x 1000
991
3381
(1)
230V
9,7
1646
2 x 333
979
3342
(1)
230V
4,0
617
2 x 125
367
1252
(2)
230V
4,4
696
2 x 125
446
1522
(2),(5)
254V
4,8
815
2 x 151
513
1749
(3)
230V
4,5
725
2 x 125
444
1515
(3),(5)
254V
4,8
838
2 x 151
536
1827
(1)
1/3 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 4Ω
Normal Mode (-10dB) @ 4Ω
230V
3,6
558
2 x 100
358
1222
(1)
230V
15,1
2750
2 x 850
1050
3583
(1)
230V
10,9
1905
2 x 425
1055
3600
Rated Output Power (0dB) @ 4Ω
Alert (Alarm) Mode (-3dB) @ 4Ω
(1)
Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
230V
25,4
5255
2 x 1500
2255
7694
(1)
230V
6,0
1008
2 x 188
633
2160
(2)
230V
6,5
1119
2 x 188
744
2539
(3)
230V
6,5
1086
2 x 188
711
2426
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
1/8 Max. Output Power @ 2Ω
(1) Sine Modulation (1kHz)
(2) VDE-Noise
(3) pink-Noise EN60065 / 7. Edition
(4) 1BTU = 1055.06J = 1055.06Ws
(5) 10% Mains Over Voltage
(6) Pd = Leakage Power
The following factors allow direct proportional calculation of the mains current Imain for different mains supply voltages:
100V = 2.3; 120V = 1.9; 220V = 1.05; 240V = 0.96
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SPECIFICATIONS
- Amplifier at rated conditions, both channels driven, 8Ω load, unless otherwise specified.
CL800
CL1200
CL1600
CL2000
2Ω
4Ω
8Ω
2Ω
4Ω
8Ω
2Ω
4Ω
8Ω
2Ω
4Ω
8Ω
600W
400W
240W
900W
600W
350W
1100W
800W
500W
1500W
1000W
600W
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300W
150W
---
500W
250W
---
700W
350W
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850W
450W
Max. Single Channel
Output Power
Dynamic Headroom, IHF-A
1100W
580W
300W
1450W
850W
450W
2200W
1200W
625W
2700W
1450W
750W
Max. Single Channel
Output Power
Continuous, 1kHz
800W
480W
270W
1200W
720W
410W
1500W
950W
550W
1900W
1150W
650W
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1200W
800W
---
1800W
1200W
---
2200W
1600W
---
3000W
2000W
Load Impedance
Max. Midband
Output Power
THD = 1%, 1kHz , Dual Channel
Rated Output Power
THD < 0,1%, 20Hz … 20kHz
Max. Bridged
Output Power
THD = 1%, 1kHz
Maximum RMS Voltage Swing
THD = 1%, 1kHz
50V
62V
Power Bandwidth, ref. 1kHz
THD =1%, half power @ 4 ohms
80V
+4,7 dBu (1,33 V rms)
+5,5 dBu (1,46 V rms)
10Hz … 60kHz
Voltage Gain, ref. 1kHz
Input Sensitivity
at rated output power
72V
32,0 dB
+1,15 dBu (0,88 V rms)
+3,2 dBu (1,12 V rms)
THD at rated output power
MBW = 80kHz, 1kHz
< 0,05%
IMD-SMPTE, 60Hz, 7kHz
< 0,02%
DIM 30, 3,15kHz, 15kHz
< 0,01%
Maximum Input Level
+22 dBu (9,76 V rms)
Crosstalk
ref. 1kHz, at rated output power
< -80 dB
Frequency Response
ref. 1kHz (- 1dB)
15Hz … 40kHz
Input Impedance
active balanced
20 kΩ
Damping Factor, 1kHz
> 300
Slew Rate
25 V/µs
30 V/µs
35 V/µs
35 V/µs
Signal to Noise Ratio, Amplifier
A-weighted
103,5 dB
105,5 dB
107,0 dB
109,0 dB
Class AB
Class H
Class H
Class H
Output Noise, A-weighted
Output Stage Topology
< -70 dB
Power Requirements
Power Consumption 1/8 max.
output power @ 4 ohms
100V, 120V, 220V, 230V, 240 V; 50Hz … 60Hz (factory configured)
600W *
Protections
500W *
660W *
Audio limiters, High temperature, DC, HF, Back-EMF,
Peak current limiters, Inrush current limiters, Turn on delay
Cooling
Front-to rear, 3-stage fans
Ambient Temperature Limits
+5°C ... +40°C (40°F ... 105°F)
Safety Class
I
Dimensions (W x H x D) mm
Weight
725W
483 x 88,1 x 386,8
13,5 kg (30,8 lbs)
15 kg (33 lbs)
Optional:
Rear-rackmount 15,5“
Rear-rackmount 18“
LPN + Lo-Cut internal filter-card
16 kg (35,2 lbs)
18 kg ( 39,6 lbs)
D112930 (NRS 90262)
D112933 (NRS 90264)
D112963 (NRS 90268)
* Measured with 110% of rated mains voltage
Notes:
- Depending on the ambient temperature, the unit might not operate continuously at 2Ω load in Dual Mode or 4Ω load in Bridged Mode.
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BLOCK DIAGRAM
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ABMESSUNGEN / DIMENSIONS
ABMESSUNGEN / DIMENSIONS (in mm)
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NOTES
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NOTES
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USA
Telex Communications Inc., 12000 Portland Ave. South, Burnsville, MN 55337, Phone: +1 952-884-4051, FAX: +1 952-884-0043
Germany
EVI AUDIO GmbH, Hirschberger Ring 45, D 94315, Straubing, Germany Phone: 49 9421-706 0, FAX: 49 9421-706 265
Subject to change without prior notice.
www.dynacord.de
Printed in Germany
07/03/2006 / D 366 197