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CP700 COMMERCIAL

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Commercial Power Amplifier

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CP700 Commercial Power Amplifi er

HIGH-PERFORMANCE, DUAL-CHANNEL, COMMERCIAL AUDIO AMPLIFIER

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction, Features, Applications.............................................................………………………………….3

Front Panel Description......................................................................…………………………………..…….4

Rear Panel Description......................................................................…………………………………..……..5

Input Wiring......................................................................…………………………………..…………………..7

Speaker Output Wiring...................................................................................………………………………..9

Specifi cations..........................................................................................…………………………………….15

Warranty................................................................................................……………………………………...16

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Please Read Carefully Before Installing or Operating This Product

• Read instructions fully.

• Pay attention to any and all warnings.

• Connect this amplifi er only to the correct operating voltage.

• Do not attempt to service this unit. Only a qualifi ed service technician should open this unit for

servicing.

• Warning - To reduce the risk of fi re or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.

HEARING DAMAGE!

All professional loudspeaker systems are easily capable of producing very high sound pressure levels.

Use care with the operation of this amplifi er and wear the appropriate hearing protection. Exposure to excessive sound pressure levels can cause permanent hearing damage.

SHOCK HAZARD!

The Atlas Sound CP700, when in operation, can produce a shock hazard at the speaker terminals.

Make sure the amplifi er is turned off when installing or removing connections at the speaker terminal barrier strip. After connecting the proper speaker load, REPLACE the terminal strip cover!

VENTILATION

Although the CP700 is fan cooled and has thermal protection circuitry, allow adequate ventilation to assure trouble free operation. When rack mounting one or more of the CP700s, install an exhaust fan in the rack to evacuate heat buildup. Consult Atlas Sound’s Technical Support at 1-800-876-3333 for advice on thermal management and help with rack selection for this product.

RACK MOUNTING

Although the internal output transformers are mounted close to the front panel when rack mounting the

CP700, be sure the unit is adequately supported.

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INTRODUCTION

Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the Atlas Sound CP700 dual channel power amplifi er. This product is a professional grade audio power amplifi er specifi cally designed for demanding contractor applications and engineered to provide years of faithful service. Two independent channels driven by separate power supplies ensure maximum channel separation and ultra low distortion fi gures. Whether your application is a large distributed constant voltage sound system or a high SPL sound reinforcement system, the Atlas Sound CP700 is the answer for high power/low cost amplifi cation needs.

FEATURES

• Independent power supplies

• Soft clip limiter protection

• Dual-speed, high effi ciency fan cooling

• Stepped attenuators mounted on the rear for security

• Stereo, bridge, or parallel operating modes selectable via rear mounted switch

• Balanced inputs on barrier strip and XLR connectors

• Loop through feature on male XLRs, one per channel input

• Short-circuit, temperature, and DC offset protection

• 25V, 70.7V, 100V, and direct coupled (2,4, and 8 Ohm) outputs mounted on barrier strips with covers

for safety

• Toroidal output transformers provide extended high frequency response and effectively lower the

electrical interference

• Power-up muting

APPLICATIONS

The Atlas CP700 is the perfect choice for distributed paging/BGM systems, foreground music systems, and distributed sound masking applications. It is also at home in night clubs, theaters, portable sound systems, and anywhere clean high-fi delity audio amplifi cation is needed.

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FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION

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1. Power Switch

This rocker switch supplies power to the CP700 amplifi er. A red LED located above the power switch

will illuminate when the CP700 is switched on.

2. Protect LED Indicators

The CP700 features several types of protection circuitry to prevent damage during turn-on or fault

conditions. If any of these LEDs illuminate, one of the various protection features is safeguarding the

amplifi er. The output relays will disconnect the speaker loads when the protection circuitry detects a

Loudspeaker Protection - When power is fi rst applied, the speaker protection relay is

open, preventing transients from reaching the loudspeakers. After the internal power supplies

have stabilized, the relay will close, connecting the amplifi er output to the load. The yellow

Protect LEDs will illuminate during this power up process.

Thermal Protection - The CP700 protection circuitry monitors itself for excessive internal

operating temperatures. In the event of this circuitry detecting abnormal thermal conditions

(blocked cooling fan and high ambient temperatures), the speaker relay will disconnect the

speaker load from the amplifi er. Once the internal operating temperature drops back to a safe

level, the relay will close, reconnecting the speaker load to the amplifi er.

Short Circuit Protection - The yellow Protect LEDs will illuminate should the amplifi er detect

a short circuit on the attached speaker load or if the load impedance is too low. When this

condition is detected, the internal speaker relays will open up, disconnecting the load from

the amplifi er. The protection circuitry will stay activated until the fault is cleared.

Note: Once the specifi c fault has been corrected, the power may have to be cycled to reset the

3. Signal "Status" LED Indicator

The green "Status" LEDs will illuminate once the input signal has reached -26dBv or higher.

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4. Limit LED Indicator

The CP700 comes equipped with limiter circuitry and LEDs to indicate when this circuitry is activated.

The limiter circuitry engages only when the input signals reach a specifi c, factory set magnitude. Once

this limit has been reached, the circuitry will reduce the input level enough to prevent clipping at the

speaker output terminals.

REAR PANEL DESCRIPTION

IN

6

IN

8

10

CP700

Commercial

Power

Amplifier

Output Power

400 W / 4 Ohms

350 W / 70.7 V

CH-1

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

D I R . O U T P U T

+ -

+

BRIDGE

MONO

CH-2

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

D I R . O U T P U T

+ -

AC100V-50/60Hz

AC120V-50/60Hz

AC230V-50/60Hz

AC240V-50/60Hz

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

0 70 100

CH-1

I S O L . O U T P U T

-

70V

+ -

25V

+

- 100V +

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

0 70 100

CH-2

I S O L . O U T P U T

-

BRIDGE

MONO

-

70V

+ -

25V

- 100V +

+

POWER

CAUTION

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)

NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE

REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL

MADE IN CHINA

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT OPEN

AVIS RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE

NE PAS OUVRIR

GND

THRU

22

18 16 14 1

2

1

LEVEL

AMPLIFIER INPUTS

CH-2

+ GND -

CH-1

+

2

2

22

18 16 14 1

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1

THRU

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PARALLEL

STEREO

BRIDGE

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5. Gain Controls

One stepped attenuator per channel increases or decreases the sensitivity of the CP700 2dB per step.

Maximum voltage gain of the CP700 is 32dB.

6. CH1/CH2 Inputs (XLR Connectors)

Two female XLR inputs (one per channel) are provided. These inputs are balanced and confi gured as

follows: pin 1 ground, pin 2 plus, pin 3 minus. The XLR connections are typically used in portable audio

systems where quick connect and disconnect is warranted.

7. Balanced Barrier Strip Inputs

Balanced inputs are provided on this barrier strip for permanent installation applications. The use of

the appropriate spade type lug is highly recommended for best connection integrity and a neat,

8. CH1/CH2 Loop Through

Two male XLR (one per channel) are provided for looping the input signals to other CP700s or similar

devices. These connectors are wired in parallel with the female XLR inputs, pin for pin.

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9. Stereo/Parallel/Bridge Switch

This 3 position switch changes the operating mode of the CP700. DO NOT move this switch when the amplifi er is powered up and connected to a load!

Use this position for stereo program material or for two discreet paging/sound masking zones.

input wiring to either channel one OR channel two. The one input signal will drive both amp

channels. Use this position when two speaker zones are being fed by a mono signal.

ONLY. The speaker load is connected across the two positive terminals as shown in Figure 7 on

page 10. The CP700 will deliver approximately twice the voltage across the load. Please

observe the minimum load specifi cation when operating in Bridge mode.

10. CH1/CH2, Low Impedance Speaker Outputs

The CP700 direct speaker outputs bypass the internal constant voltage transformers and are used for direct connection to loudspeakers. The CP700 will operate into 2, 4, and 8 Ohm loads. The use of appropriately sized spade lugs is recommended for speaker wire termination; connect the speaker line common to the "-" terminal and the positive lead to the "+" terminal.

For high power applications, use the proper gauge wire for the speaker connections. Contact Atlas

Sound Tech Support (1-800-876-3333) for assistance in determining the proper size wire.

11. CH1/CH2, 25/70.7/100V Speaker Outputs

The CP700 will drive constant voltage speaker loads for use in commercial business music/paging systems and sound masking systems. The use of spade lugs for terminating and connecting the speaker home runs is recommended. The speaker line common connects to the "0" terminal and the positive lead connects to whatever voltage your system requires for proper operation.

Calculating Constant Voltage Loads

To calculate the maximum quantity of transformer coupled loudspeakers you can safely connect to the

CP700, fi rst add up the total number of speakers that will be connected to one channel of the CP700, then multiply that total speaker number by the tap setting you plan to use. The result will be the load in watts that the amp output channel will see. It is good engineering practice to leave a 20% margin below the maximum rated output power of the CP700. In this case, one channel of the CP700 can supply 350W of power at 70.7V, so derate this by 20%, leaving 280W of power available for constant

Note: A 6dB loss of output power will occur when operating in parallel mode. To over come this loss, connect the positive terminal on input 1 to the positive terminal on input 2 and connect the negative terminal on input 1 to the minus terminal on input 2. Short lengths of 22 gauge wire can be used.

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INPUT WIRING

Balanced Inputs

Balanced input wiring requires two conductors with shield (22 gauge is the most common). The use of crimp type spade lugs is highly recommended for permanent installations. At the input section located on the rear of the CP700, wire the "hot"/positive lead to the "+" terminal, the "cold"/negative lead to the "-" terminal and the shield/drain to the "ground" terminal.

The XLR inputs (+4dB balanced line level) can be utilized with standard 3-pin XLR male to female patch cables to accommodate outputs from a mixer, equalizer or crossover when the CP700 is used as a portable sound system amplifi er (Figure 3).

White (+)

Black (-)

Shield

White (+)

Black (-)

Shield

IN IN

AMPLIFIER INPUTS

CH-2

+ GND -

CH-1

+

GND

THRU

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3

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6

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8

0

5

0

-0

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2

3

2

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0

-0

LEVEL

Figure 3

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Unbalanced Input

Unbalanced wiring typically is found on consumer equipment (CD players, DVD players, etc.) and is generally a compromise of noise rejection and cable lengths. A single conductor and an overall shield are most common, as in the "bargain type" cables supplied with consumer gear. Keep unbalanced wire lengths within 10 feet between equipment, and wire the hot lead to the "+" terminal, and the shield to the ground terminal. Do not forget to install a jumper wire between the "-" terminal and the ground, as a loss of gain will result without this jumper (Figure 4).

White/Red (+)

Shield

White/Red (+)

Shield

IN IN

AMPLIFIER INPUTS

CH-2

+ GND -

CH-1

+

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GND

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3

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8

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2

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LEVEL

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SPEAKER OUTPUT WIRING

Low Impedance Direct Coupled Output (Stereo)

For direct coupled operation into 2, 4, and 8 Ohm loads, connect the loudspeaker leads to the barrier strip connections labeled "Direct Output"; connect the hot lead to the "+" terminal and the common lead to the "-" terminal. The use of heavy gauge wiring is recommended to avoid voltage drops, resulting in wasted power in the cable. Contact Atlas Sound Tech Support (1-800-876-3333) for suggestions on cable capacities. Be sure you know the quantity of speakers and cable lengths before calling (Figure 5).

CH-1

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

D I R . O U T P U T

+ -

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

0 70 100

CH-1

I S O L . O U T P U T

To direct coupled loudspeakers

+

BRIDGE

MONO

CH-2

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

D I R . O U T P U T

+ -

-

70V

+ -

25V

+

- 100V +

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

0 70 100

CH-2

I S O L . O U T P U T

To direct coupled loudspeakers

-

BRIDGE

MONO

-

70V

+ -

25V

- 100V +

+

Figure 5

Low Impedance Direct Coupled Output (Parallel Mono)

Observe the speaker connection information in the preceeding paragraph (Stereo Direct Coupled Output).

With the CP700 turned OFF, move the rear mounted selector switch to the "Parallel" position and connect your mono input wiring to either the channel one or channel two inputs. Both channels will be driven from this mono signal (Figure 6).

White

Black

Shield

IN IN

GND

THRU

3

2

2

6

22

18 16 14 1

2

1

0

0

-0

LEVEL

AMPLIFIER INPUTS

CH-2

+ GND -

CH-1

+

Optional Jumpers

See Note on Page 6

3

2

2

6

22

18 16 14 1

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1

0

THRU

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-0

LEVEL

PARALLEL

STEREO

BRIDGE

Switch set to Parallel

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Figure 6

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Bridge Mono Configuration (Direct Coupled)

If higher power levels are required, the Atlas CP700 can be used in Bridge Mono mode, which utilizes both channels of the amp across the speaker load.

With the CP700 turned OFF, move the rear mounted selector switch to the "Bridge" position and connect the input signal to channel one. Connect your speaker load (4 and 8 Ohm only) across the "+" terminals of both channels, with channel one being positive (Figure 7).

Caution! A high voltage potential exists across the two "+" speaker terminals when operating in any Bridge Mode application!

To loudspeakers,

4 Ohm minimum

CH-1

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

D I R . O U T P U T

+ -

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

0 70 100

CH-1

I S O L . O U T P U T

-

BRIDGE

MONO

-

70V

+ -

25V

- 100V +

+

+

BRIDGE

MONO

CH-2

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

D I R . O U T P U T

+ -

-

70V

+ -

25V

+

- 100V +

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

0

CH-2

70 100

I S O L . O U T P U T

Ensure the Stereo,

Parallel, and Bridge

Switch is set to "Bridge."

PARALLEL

STEREO

BRIDGE

25V, 70.7V, and 100V Transformer Output Wiring

For transformer coupled operation into high impedance loads, connect your loudspeaker leads to the barrier strip connections labeled "Audio Transformer." Connect the speaker home runs as follows:

lead to the terminal labeled "70" (Figure 8).

lead to the terminal labeled "0" (Figure 9).

lead to the terminal labeled "0" (Figure 10).

• Refer to page 6 of this manual to the paragraph entitled "Calculating Constant Voltage Loads" to

determine how many transformer coupled loudspeakers you can drive with the Atlas CP700.

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CH-1

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

D I R . O U T P U T

+ 0 70 100

CH-1

I S O L . O U T P U T

To 25V speaker load

CH-2

+

+ +

BRIDGE

MONO

70V 25V

- 100V +

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

D I R . O U T P U T

+ 0

CH-2

70 100

I S O L . O U T P U T

-

BRIDGE

MONO

-

70V

+ -

25V

- 100V +

+

25V

Figure 8

To 25V speaker load

CH-1

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

D I R . O U T P U T

+ 0 70 100

CH-1

I S O L . O U T P U T

To 70.7V speaker load

CH-2

+

+ +

BRIDGE

MONO

70V 25V

- 100V +

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

D I R . O U T P U T

+ 0 70 100

CH-2

I S O L . O U T P U T

70.7V

-

BRIDGE

MONO

-

70V

+ -

25V

- 100V +

+

Figure 9

To 70.7V speaker load

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CH-1

8, 4, and 2 Ohms AUDIO TRANSFORMER

D I R . O U T P U T

+ 0 70 100

CH-1

I S O L . O U T P U T

To 100V speaker load

CH-2

+

+ +

BRIDGE

MONO

70V 25V

- 100V +

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

D I R . O U T P U T

+ 0 70 100

CH-2

I S O L . O U T P U T

-

BRIDGE

MONO

-

70V

+ -

25V

- 100V +

+

100V

Figure 10

To 100V speaker load

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Bridge Mono Transformer Coupled Output Wiring for 140V/200V Output Operation

The CP700 can be configured to drive 140V and 200V speaker lines.

Please observe all necessary safety precautions as the potential for electric shock at the speaker terminals is present.

With the CP700 turned off, move the rear mounted selector switch to the "Bridge" position and connect the input signal to channel one. Connect your speaker load across the "+" terminals of both output terminals as follows:

positive "+" terminal, the negative speaker lead connects to the channel TWO 70V positive "+"

terminal. Connect a suitable jumper wire between the two terminals labeled "0." Consult your

local codes to determine if Class I wiring is required (Figure 11).

positive "+" terminal, the negative speaker lead connects to the channel TWO 100V positive

"+" terminal. Connect a suitable jumper wire between the two terminals labeled "0." Consult

your local codes to determine if Class I wiring is required (Figure 12).

Caution! A high voltage potential exists across the two "+" speaker terminals when operating in any Bridge Mode application!

CH-1

8, 4, and 2 Ohms AUDIO TRANSFORMER

D I R . O U T P U T

+ 0 70 100

CH-1

I S O L . O U T P U T

To 140V speaker load

CH-2

+

+ +

BRIDGE

MONO

70V 25V

- 100V +

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

D I R . O U T P U T

+ 0

CH-2

70 100

I S O L . O U T P U T

Note Jumper

-

BRIDGE

MONO

-

70V

+ -

25V

- 100V +

+

Figure 11

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CH-1

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

D I R . O U T P U T

+ 0 70 100

CH-1

I S O L . O U T P U T

To 200V speaker load

CH-2

+

+ +

BRIDGE

MONO

70V 25V

- 100V +

8, 4, and 2 Ohms

AUDIO TRANSFORMER

D I R . O U T P U T

+ 0 70 100

CH-2

I S O L . O U T P U T

Note Jumper

-

BRIDGE

MONO

-

70V

+ -

25V

- 100V +

+

Figure 12

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SPECIFICATIONS

DIRECT POWER OUT

Max Average Power @ 35Hz-20kHz with 0.1% THD

(10-80K Filter)

8 Ohm, 1kHz, 0.1% THD 240W X 2

4 Ohm, 1kHz, 0.1% THD 400W X 2

2 Ohm, 1kHz, 0.1% THD 550W X 2

Bridged Mono 8 Ohm 850W

1kHz, 1% THD

Bridged Mono 4 Ohm 1100W

1kHz, 1% THD

TRANSFORMER OUTPUTS

25V

70V

100V

140V Bridged

200V Bridged

FREQUENCY RESPONSE

Direct Outputs (+0/-3dB)

Transformer Outputs (+0/-3dB)

280W X 2

350W X 2

350W X 2

700W

700W

30Hz-50kHz

30Hz-16kHz

THD+N

8 Ohm, 1kHz, 240W per channel

SENSITIVITY

<.05%

Rated Output into 8 Ohms

VOLTAGE GAIN

1.25V

32dB

INPUT IMPEDANCE

Balanced/Unbalanced 20k/10k Ohm

DAMPING FACTOR

8 Ohms Output, 10 Vrms

S/N RATIO

8 Ohms per Channel @240W

>200dB

>100dB

PROTECTION CIRCUITS

Output Offset Voltage Protection

Heat Sink Overheat Protection

Transformer Overheat Protection

Load Shorting Protection

Power On/Off Protection

Soft Clip Limiters

CONTROLS

Power Switch, Ch 1/Ch 2 gain (41 step)

Parallel/Stereo/Bridge Switch

COOLING

Dual Speed Fan, Temperature Controlled

INDICATORS

Power, Protect, Signal, Limit

DIMENSIONS

132mm X 480mm X 428mm (5.19" X 18.9" X 16.85")

NET WEIGHT

24.3kg (54 lbs)

SHIPPING WEIGHT

26kg (57 lbs)

Specifications are subject to change without notice

AtlasSound.com

1601 JACK MCKAY BOULEVARD ENNIS, TEXAS 75119 U.S.A. • TELEPHONE: (800) 876-3333 • FAX: (800) 765-3435

©2005 ATLAS SOUND LP Printed in U.S.A. ATS002102 RevC 9/05 PP

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CP700 COMMERCIAL

POWER AMPLIFIER

OWNER'S MANUAL

Limited Warranty

All products manufactured by Atlas Sound are warranted to the original dealer/installer, industrial or commercial purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship and to be in compliance with our published specifi cations, if any. This warranty shall extend from the date of purchase for a period of three years on all Atlas Sound products, including SOUNDOLIER brand, and ATLAS SOUND brand products except as follows: one year on electronics and control systems; one year on replacement parts; and one year on Musician Series stands and related accessories. Additionally, fuses and lamps carry no warranty. Atlas Sound will solely at its discretion, replace at no charge or repair free of charge defective parts or products when the product has been applied and used in accordance with our published operation and installation instructions. We will not be responsible for defects caused by improper storage, misuse

(including failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance), accident, abnormal atmospheres, water immersion, lightning discharge, or malfunctions when products have been modifi ed or operated in excess of rated power, altered, serviced or installed in other than a workman like manner. The original sales invoice should be retained as evidence of purchase under the terms of this warranty. All warranty returns must comply with our returns policy set forth below. When products returned to Atlas Sound do not qualify for repair or replacement under our warranty, repairs may be performed at prevailing costs for material and labor unless there is included with the returned product(s) a written request for an estimate of repair costs before any nonwarranty work is performed. In the event of replacement or upon completion of repairs, return shipment will be made with the transportation charges collect.

EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT THAT APPLICABLE LAW PREVENTS THE LIMITATION OF

CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR PERSONAL INJURY, ATLAS SOUND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE IN

TORT OR CONTRACT FOR ANY DIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL LOSS OR DAMAGE

ARISING OUT OF THE INSTALLATION, USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCTS. THE ABOVE

WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO

WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

Atlas Sound does not assume, or does it authorize any other person to assume or extend on its behalf, any other warranty, obligation, or liability. This warranty gives you specifi c legal rights and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.

Specifications are subject to change without notice

AtlasSound.com

1601 JACK MCKAY BOULEVARD ENNIS, TEXAS 75119 U.S.A. • TELEPHONE: (800) 876-3333 • FAX: (800) 765-3435

©2005 ATLAS SOUND LP Printed in U.S.A. ATS002102 RevC 9/05 PP

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