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Russound ST2 Stereo System User Manual
ST2 Smart Tuner
Dual AM/FM Tuner
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
11.Grounding or Polarization - Precaution should be taken so that the
grounding or polarization means of an appliance is not defeated.
12.Power Cord Protection - Power supply cords should be routed so that
they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or
against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the appliance.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER. NO USER - SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
14.Non-use Periods - The power cord of the appliance should be
unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long period of time.
15.Object and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that objects do not
fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through the openings.
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.
16.Damage Requiring Service - The appliance should be serviced by qualified service personnel when:
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.
B. Objects have fallen, liquid has been spilled into the appliance; or
If you have any questions please call Russound Inc. at
1-800-638-8055 or 603-659-5170.
E. The appliance has been dropped or the enclosure is damaged.
Safety Instructions:
1. Read Instructions - All the safety and operating instructions should be
read before the appliance is operated.
2. Retain Instructions - The safety and operating instructions should be
retained for future reference.
3. Heed Warnings - All warnings on the appliance in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
4. Follow Instructions - All operating and user instructions should be followed.
5. Water and Moisture - The appliance should not be used near water; for
example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet
basement, or near a swimming pool.
6. Carts and Stands - The appliance should be used only
with a cart or stand that is recommended by the
manufacturer. An appliance and cart combination
should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive
force and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance
and cart combination to overturn.
7. Wall or Ceiling Mounting - The appliance should be mounted to a wall
or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.
8. Ventilation - The appliance should be situated so that its location or
position does not interfere with its proper ventilation. For example, the
appliance should not be situated on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface
that may block the ventilation openings, or placed in a built-in installation, such as a bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow of air
through the ventilation openings.
9. Heat - The appliance should be situated away from heat sources such
as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
10.Power Sources - The appliance should be connected to a power supply
only of the type described in the operating instructions or as marked on
the appliance.
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13.Cleaning - The appliance should be cleaned only as recommended by
the manufacturer.
A. The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged; or
C. The appliance has been exposed to rain; or
D.The appliance does not appear to operate normally; or
17.Servicing - The user should not attempt to service the appliance beyond
that described in the operating instructions. All other servicing should
be referred to qualified service personnel.
Precautions:
1. Power – WARNING: BEFORE TURNING ON THE POWER FOR THE
FIRST TIME, READ THE FOLLOWING SECTION CAREFULLY.
2. Do Not Touch The ST2 With Wet Hands – Do not handle the ST2 or
power cord when your hands are wet or damp. If water or any other liquid enters the ST2 cabinet, unplug the unit from power immediately and
take the ST2 to a qualified service person for inspection.
3. Location of ST2 – Place the ST2 in a well-ventilated location. Take special care to provide plenty of ventilation on all sides of the ST2 especially when it is placed in an audio rack. If ventilation is blocked, the ST2
may overheat and malfunction. Do not expose the ST2 to direct sun
light or heating units as the ST2 internal components temperature may
rise and shorten the life of the components. Avoid damp and dusty
places.
4. Care – From time to time you should wipe off the front and side panels
of the cabinet with a soft cloth. Do not use rough material, thinners,
alcohol or other chemical solvents or cloths since this may damage the
finish or remove the panel lettering.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Product Introduction .............................................................................................................4-5
Component Guide
ST2 Front Panel ..................................................................................................................6
ST2 Rear Panel ...................................................................................................................7
ST2-RC Remote Control .......................................................................................................8
ST2 Setup and Connections
Basic Connections...............................................................................................................9
Antenna Connections .........................................................................................................10
CAi Series Controller/Amplifier Connections ........................................................................11
CAV6.6 Controller/Amplifier Connections ............................................................................11
A-BUS Hub Connections .....................................................................................................12
Rack Mount Option ............................................................................................................12
ST2 Operation
Front Panel Controls ..........................................................................................................13
ST2-RC Remote Control .....................................................................................................14
UNO-S2 Keypad Controls with CAV6.6............................................................................15-16
UNO-LRC1 Remote Control with CAV6.6 .........................................................................17-18
ST2 Tuner Programming
Programming for CAV6.6 Use .......................................................................................19-20
ST2 Tuner Setup Menu ......................................................................................................20
Memory Name ......................................................................................................20-21
Bank Name ...............................................................................................................22
Source Number .........................................................................................................23
Factory Initialization ...................................................................................................24
Update Firmware .......................................................................................................24
System Info...............................................................................................................24
Restore and Backup...................................................................................................24
Technical Specifications.........................................................................................................25
Warranty ..............................................................................................................................26
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INTRODUCTION
DESCRIPTION
Thank you for choosing the Russound ST2 Smart
Tuner. Whether you are upgrading a legacy radio,
expanding a CAi Series system, or taking advantage of the CAV6.6’s robust RNET™ communication link, the ST2 Tuner is as simple or as complex as your needs.
The ST2 Tuner is like having two radios in one.
The two AM/FM tuners share one set of controls
and display on the front of the unit, but each runs
independently. This arrangement allows two different broadcasts at the same time in a multiroom audio distribution system.
In addition to the traditional AM/FM broadcast
tuner function, the ST2 Tuner can store up to 72
favorites, or memory presets. These are stored
in groups of six called banks. There are six
banks for each tuner. Each preset and each bank
can be given a custom name of your choice.
The ST2 Tuner can be controlled from the front
panel or by the dedicated ST2-RC IR remote
aimed at the front panel IR receiver. If used with
CA series or RNET systems, the IR codes can be
transferred into those system’s remotes as well.
It can also be controlled by IR signals received
through the IR connections on the rear panel
from IR repeating system commonly used in distributed audio systems.
If the ST2 Tuner is part of an RNET-enabled system such as the CAV6.6-S2 system, the tuner
can be controlled through the UNO™-S2 keypad.
The ST2 Tuner also has an RS-232 port to support integration into whole-house control systems
such as Crestron® and AMX®.
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FEATURES
• Dual AM/FM Tuner
• Compact single rack unit chassis
(Rack mount ears included)
• Six banks of six memory presets each per
tuner for storing AM or FM station settings
(72 total presets)
• Two Favorite presets per tuner
• Stereo or mono mode
• Local or distant mode
• Dedicated IR remote control
• Individual IR direct inputs for each tuner
• Front panel IR receiver
• Supports two future optional tuner keypads
• RNET connections send tuner frequency and
control information to UNO keypad display
• RS-232 control and programming. User
settings can be backed up and restored.
INSTALLATION APPLICATIONS
IR-controlled System CAi Series - The ST2 Tuner can be controlled by
infrared commands received through the two IR
connections on the rear panel. The ST2 tuner
component contains two tuners, which must be
set up as two sources. There will be two source
audio inputs and two IR connections - one for
each tuner in the ST2. You will need two IR link
cables (Russound P/N 09-0508) for these connections. There are two unique IR code sets for
Tuner 1 and Tuner 2, which allow each to be controlled independently. These codes can be
learned from the ST2-RC remote into the CALRC1 remote or into the DSC and DAN keypads.
If you are using an IR-controlled system from
another manufacturer, installation should be similar. The ST2 IR codes may be learned into many
other manufacturers’ remote controls that have
learning capability for unified control over the A/V
equipment.
INTRODUCTION
®
A-BUS System The ST2 Tuner can be used in an A-BUS system
with an audio distribution hub such as the
A-H484 and IR-repeating keypads such as the
A-KP2. The connections on the rear panel are
designed to receive IR signals from a repeating
system commonly used in A-BUS distributed
audio systems.
As with the CAi series installation, for A-BUS the
two tuners in the ST2 unit must be set up as two
sources, with two source audio inputs and two IR
connections. You will need two IR link cables for
these connections.
The two IR code sets can be learned from the
ST2-RC remote into the A-LRC1 remote.
RNET-enabled System - When the ST2 Tuner is
used with an RNET-enabled device such as the
CAV6.6 and connected to it through the Link
In/Link Out ports, the tuner will be controlled by
the CAV6.6 through the UNO-S2 keypad. Through
RNET, tuner information such as Tuner 1 or 2,
station frequency, preset names and AM/FM
band is displayed on UNO-S2 keypads.
RS-232 - The tuner is controlled via a PC or other
device that will communicate with the tuner
bi-directionally using the RNET protocol by the
RS-232 connection. Information on RS-232 operation is available to dealers on the Russound web
site, www.russound.com.
Rack-Mount - The ST2 Tuner is a single rack-unit
high and comes with a set of rack ears for rack
installation if desired.
BOX CONTENTS
The ST2 Tuner comes with the parts needed to
setup and operate the component. These
include:
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ST2 Tuner
ST2-RC remote control
12VDC power supply
AM loop antenna (2)
FM antenna (2)
RCA audio cable (2)
Rack mount ears
If any of these parts are missing, please call
Russound at 800-638-8055 ext. 501 for assistance.
For use with the CAV6.6, the tuner must be
set up as a “Peripheral “ device in the
Source Setup procedure. The CAV6.6 must
be running firmware version 2.00.01 or
higher to control the tuner through RNET.
An additional ST2 Tuner can be connected to an
existing ST2 by using the Link Out of the first
unit into the Link In of the second unit.
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COMPONENT GUIDE
ST2 FRONT PANEL
1
4
2
3
5
6
14
6
7
13
8
12
9
11
1
MAIN POWER SWITCH - Turns power on and off
2
POWER ON/OFF LED - Indicates power on or off
3
REMOVABLE COVER LENS - Covers the selection buttons on the tuner
4
BANK SELECT BUTTON - Selects bank 1-6
5
MEMORY SELECT BUTTONS - Selects memory presets 1-6
6
IR RECEIVER - Receives IR signal from remote control
7
LCD PANEL - 12-character backlit display shows selected radio station
8
TUNER 1/TUNER 2 - Backlit tuner selection indicator
9
BAND - Selects AM or FM band
10
10
ST/MONO - Selects stereo or mono mode
11
MEM PRESET UP/DOWN - Selects memory presets starting with last preset
12
TUNE UP/DOWN - Manually selects radio stations
13
TNR SEL - Selects Tuner 1 or Tuner 2
14
INDICATORS - Shows one bar for mono, two for stereo, arrow for tuned station
COMPONENT GUIDE
ST2 REAR PANEL
2
1
NEWMARKET, NH U.S.A.
3
ST2
Smart Tuner
RS-232
LINK
KEYPAD PORTS
5
FM COAX
6
LOOP
ANTENNA
IR
TUNER 2
AUDIO OUTPUT
L
R
7
FM COAX
8
LOOP
ANTENNA
IR
TUNER 1
AUDIO OUTPUT
L
R
Serial#
12VDC 1.5A
MADE IN KOREA
INTERFACE
IN
4
OUT
TUNER 2
TUNER 1
1
RNET LINK IN/LINK OUT - Links to other Russound components that are RNET compatible such as the CAV6.6, displays frequency and other information on the UNO-S2
keypad
2
RS-232 INTERFACE - The RS-232 Interface allows the tuner to be controlled by PC or other
devices that have RS-232 Interface. The RS-232 Interface also allows for software updates
and programming (DB9 Cable)
3
KEYPAD PORTS - RJ-45 Keypad ports for future tuner keypad (NOT for UNO-S2)
4
FM COAX - FM Antenna threaded F-connection (75 ohms)
5
LOOP ANTENNA - AM antenna connection (300 ohms)
6
IR INPUT - IR control input (direct IR control per tuner)
7
AUDIO OUTPUT - Line level audio signal outputs (RCA Cable)
8
POWER SUPPLY - 12VDC external power supply connection
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COMPONENT GUIDE
ST2-RC REMOTE CONTROL
1
POWER - Puts the tuner in/out of standby mode
2
TUNER CONTROL - Select TUNER 1 or TUNER 2
1
and all subsequent button presses affect that tuner
2
3
PWR
NUMERIC INPUT - Number buttons for direct
selection
TUNER 1
TUNER 2
3
15
14
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MEM
0
BANK
4
13
AM/FM
SEEK
6
TUN
7
E
TUNE SELECT - Used for direct station selection
6
TUNE UP/DOWN - Incrementally scrolls through
station numbers
7
FAV 1/FAV 2 - Sets/Selects Favorite 1 or 2 preset
selection
FAV 2
OK
8
SEEK UP/DOWN - Seeks the next tuned station up
or down
9
LOCAL/DISTANCE - Optimizes station reception
SEEK
12
8
LOC/
DX
ST/
MONO
TUNE
10
BANK SELECT - Used for direct bank selection
(numeric input)
TUNE
FAV 1
11
5
5
TUNE
MEM
4
(numeric input)
1
9
10
OK - Confirms direct entries
11
STEREO/MONO - Selects either stereo or mono
broadcast
12
TUNE UP/DOWN - Scrolls through station numbers
13
MEM UP/DOWN - Scrolls through preset stations
for selected bank
14
15
AM/FM - Selects AM or FM band
MEM SELECT - Used for direct memory select
(numeric input)
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ST2 SETUP AND CONNECTIONS
BASIC CONNECTIONS
Power
FM Antenna
To power the tuner, connect the 12VDC external
power supply to the unit by inserting the power
supply jack into the power supply connection on
the back panel.
Attach the included FM antenna to the Tuner 1
FM COAX connection on the back panel by pushing the F-type quick-connect termination of the
antenna onto the FM connection. Repeat the
same procedure for the Tuner 2 FM antenna. A
75-ohm splitter may be used to connect both
tuners to one antenna.
The ST2 Tuner power commands are global.
The ST2 component is powered on and off by
toggling the power switch on the front of the
tuner. The unit must be powered on before
receiving commands from a keypad or remote
control. When either Tuner 1 or Tuner 2 is powered off by the ST2-RC remote, the UNO-S2 keypad or the UNO-LRC1 remote, the command
powers down both Tuner 1 and Tuner 2.
However, the entire unit remains in standby until
the power switch is toggled to OFF.
Any key press will wake up the tuners from
standby. This is a key press from the tuner front
panel, ST2-RC remote, UNO-S2 keypad or UNOLRC1 remote. When the ST2 tuner is powered
back on, it will return to the last tuner, bank, frequency and other settings that were in use when
the tuner was powered down.
It is recommended to use an external outdoor or
attic-mounted long wire antenna for best performance for FM reception. Attach the desired
length of 75-ohm coax cable directly to the FM
connection on the tuner.
Audio Output
Connect one end of a dual RCA audio cable to
the Tuner 1 Audio Output connection. Keep proper channel identity. Attach the other end of the
RCA cables to the source input of the audio distribution system. Repeat the same procedure for
the Tuner 2 Audio Output.
RNET Connection
AM Antenna
Connect the included loop antenna for AM reception to the back panel, attaching the GND
(ground) and AM ends to the appropriate connections for Tuner 1. Repeat procedure for the
Tuner 2 AM antenna.
Using a CAT-5 patch cable with T568A wiring
standard RJ-45 terminations, connect one end of
the cable to the RNET Link In of the ST2 tuner,
and connect the other end of the patch cable to
the RNET Link Out connection on the CAV6.6 or
other RNET-compatible device.
It is recommended to use an external outdoor or
attic-mounted long wire antenna for best performance for AM reception. Use a 300-ohm to
75-ohm balun at the AM connection on the
tuner, and attach the 75-ohm coax cable to the
balun.
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ST2 SETUP AND CONNECTIONS
ANTENNA CONNECTIONS
Connecting an Indoor
and Outdoor Antenna
Long wire antenna
The diagram at left depicts
a typical setup using the
ST2 Tuner with the included
FM antenna and AM loop
antenna. Also shown are
two outdoor antenna
options (not included). (Not
to scale)
75-ohm coax
Outdoor antenna
LINK
ST2
Smart Tuner
RS-232
INTERFACE
IN
KEYPAD PORTS
OUT
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LOOP
ANTENNA
IR
TUNER 2
AUDIO OUTPUT
L
R
FM COAX
LOOP
ANTENNA
IR
TUNER 1
AUDIO OUTPUT
L
R
Serial#
12VDC 1.5A
ST2 Tuner
Electric
Service
Equipment
Antenna
Lead In Wire
Grounding
Conductors
FM COAX
MADE IN KOREA
NEWMARKET, NH U.S.A.
300 ohm
to 75 ohm
balun
FM antenna
75-ohm coax
AM loop antenna
Ground
Clamps
Power Service Grounding
Electrode System
Grounding an Outdoor
Antenna
If the tuner is used with an
outdoor antenna, the antenna must be grounded
against static charges and
voltage surges. Consult the
instructions that came with
the antenna or contact the
antenna manufacturer for
proper installation instructions. The adjacent diagram gives a general
depiction of how an outdoor antenna should be
grounded. For complete
guidelines on antenna
grounding procedures,
please consult the National
Electrical Code, Section
810, ANSI/NFPA No. 701984.
ST2 SETUP AND CONNECTIONS
CONTROLLER/AMP CONNECTIONS
UNO-S2
keypads
ST2
NEWMARKET, NH U.S.A.
Smart Tuner
RS-232
LINK
FM COAX
KEYPAD PORTS
LOOP
ANTENNA
IR
TUNER 2
AUDIO OUTPUT
L
R
FM COAX
LOOP
ANTENNA
IR
TUNER 1
AUDIO OUTPUT
L
R
Serial#
ST2 Tuner
12VDC 1.5A
MADE IN KOREA
INTERFACE
IN
AM loop antenna
FM antenna
FM antenna
AM loop antenna
OUT
CAV6.6
RCA Cable
Source Connections with CAV6.6 Controller/Amplifier
The diagram depicts a typical setup using the ST2 Tuner with a CAV6.6 amplifier. Each tuner in the
ST2 unit must be connected as a separate source for audio inputs. UNO-S2 keypads are connected
to the CAV6.6 keypad ports, NOT the ports on the ST2 Tuner.
ST2
NEWMARKET, NH U.S.A.
Smart Tuner
IN
TUNER 2
AUDIO OUTPUT
L
R
IR
FM COAX
LOOP
ANTENNA
IR
TUNER 1
AUDIO OUTPUT
L
R
Serial#
12VDC 1.5A
MADE IN KOREA
INTERFACE
LOOP
ANTENNA
FM COAX
KEYPAD PORTS
RS-232
LINK
OUT
IR Link Cable
RCA Cable
RCA Cable
IR Link Cable
CA6.4i NEWMARKET, NH U.S.A.
KEYPAD PORTS
SOURCE INPUTS
1
2
3
1
4
2
3
4
5
6
VARIABLE
ZONE PREAMP
OUTPUTS
1
2
FIXED
L
~110VAC
FIXED
L
OUTPUT TO 8 OHM SPEAKER
1
IN
~220-240VAC
VARIABLE
R
R
LINK
OUT
2
3
4
5
6
IR EMITTERS
IN
RCA Cable
MUTE
OUT
IR Link Cable
12V TRIG
WARNING : SHOCK HAZARD – DO NOT OPEN
~110VAC
AVIS : RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE –
~220-240VAC
NES PAS OUVRIR.
~50-60Hz
400W
SERIAL #
VOLTAGE FUSE
110V
F4A
220-240V F2A
Pos (+)
Neg (–)
Source Connections with CA Series Controller/Amplifier
The diagram depicts a typical setup using the ST2 Tuner with a CAi Series amplifier. Each tuner in the
ST2 unit must be connected as a separate source for audio inputs and for IR connections.
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ST2 SETUP AND CONNECTIONS
A-BUS CONNECTIONS AND RACK MOUNT OPTION
ST2
NEWMARKET, NH U.S.A.
Smart Tuner
LOOP
ANTENNA
IR
TUNER 2
AUDIO OUTPUT
L
R
FM COAX
LOOP
ANTENNA
IR
TUNER 1
AUDIO OUTPUT
L
R
Serial#
12VDC 1.5A
MADE IN KOREA
INTERFACE
IN
FM COAX
KEYPAD PORTS
RS-232
LINK
OUT
RCA Cable
RCA Cable
IR Link Cable
IR Link Cable
SOURCE AUDIO INPUT
NEWMARKET, NH U.S.A.
LINK
L
IN
OUT
R
TRIGGER OUT
12VDC
100mA
1
2
3
4
SYSTEM ON
SOURCE IR
COMMON IR
4 COUPLED-ZONE, 4-SOURCE
PANEL MOUNT AUDIO HUB
1A
2A
3A
4A
POWER FOR
A KEYPADS
OUTPUT TO
A KEYPADS
+24V
4A
OUTPUT TO
B KEYPADS
1B
2B
3B
4B
POWER FOR
DESIGNED IN USA MADE IN KOREA
A/B COUPLED-ZONE OUTPUT
RCA Cable
IR Link Cable
Neg (–)
B KEYPADS
SERIAL#
Pos (+)
A-H484
Source Connections with A-BUS Audio Distribution Hub
The diagram depicts a typical setup using the ST2 Tuner with an A-BUS system’s audio distribution
hub. Each tuner in the ST2 unit must be connected as a separate source for audio inputs and IR
connections.
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ST2 Tuner Side View
Rack Ear
Screw Holes
Rack Ear
Front View
Rack Ear
Side View
Rack Mount Installation
The ST2 tuner can be mounted in a standard component rack using the rack ears provided. Line the
rack ear’s two rows of screw holes with the three screw holes on the side of the tuner. Use the
screws provided to secure the rack ears onto the unit on both sides. The ST2 Tuner should not be
installed adjacent to a high heat-producing component such as a power amplifier.
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ST2 OPERATION
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
Front Panel Operation
Memory Preset programming
Turning the unit on
From the front panel, perform these steps:
To turn the unit on, push the On/Off button up on the
front panel. Pushing the On/Off button down turns the
tuner off.
1. Use the bank select button to choose from one of
six banks (1-6).
Selecting the desired tuner
From the front panel, use the TNR SEL button to toggle between Tuner 1 and Tuner 2. A backlight shows
behind the selected label TUNER 1 (green) or TUNER
2 (amber) to indicate the active tuner. In addition, the
LCD panel is backlit green for Tuner 1 and amber for
Tuner 2. Each time a tuner is selected the display will
refresh with the current station or preset, and all subsequent memory preset entries will be associated
with that selected tuner.
Selecting the desired band
Push the BAND button to switch between AM and FM
reception.
Selecting the desired frequency
Press and release the Tune Up and Tune Down buttons for manual tuning.
Selecting Stereo or Mono Output
Press and release the ST/MONO button to toggle
between stereo and mono mode. STEREO or MONO
appears briefly on the screen when selecting mode.
Selecting Distant or Local Reception
Press and hold the ST/MONO button to toggle
between distant and local mode. DISTANT or LOCAL
appears briefly on the screen when selecting mode.
Normal operation is in Distant mode. In cities, antennas can pick up multipath signals when they bounce
off buildings and get doubled. The Local mode limits
the noise associated with these reflected signals.
2. Select the desired band (AM or FM) using the
BAND button.
3. Tune to the desired station.
4. Select ST (stereo) or MONO mode.
5. Push the desired memory preset (M1 through M6)
button for more than 2 seconds. When the memory
preset is saved, the appropriate preset number (M1
through M6) and SAVED appears on the LCD. The
selected station setting reappears and the sound
resumes after the button is released.
Recalling a Memory Preset
To recall a memory preset, use the BANK button to
select the desired bank, then press the desired preset button (M1 to M6). In addition to direct selection,
the memory presets can be accessed by using the
MEM UP and MEM DOWN buttons to scroll through all
presets for the bank selected.
During normal operation, the preset name will appear
in place of the freq/band when adjusting MEM or TUN
and when a preset name has been created for the
selected frequency.
Backup and Restore
Once all of the tuner settings are completed, it may
be advisable to create a backup of the programmed
settings for future use. The backup will then be available in case tuner settings need to be restored. The
backup utility is available through the Document
Center at www.russound.com. Also required are a
DB9 male-to-female cable and laptop or desktop PC.
Bank/Memory Presets
Each tuner has six banks of preset memory settings,
and each bank holds six presets for a total of 36 possible presets for each tuner (72 total presets).
Presets are associated with the tuner that is selected
at the time the preset is saved.
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3 2
RS-232
INTERFACE
ST2 Tuner DB9
Connection RS-232
Pinout
Pin 2 - Transmit
Pin 3 - Receive
Pin 5 - Ground
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ST2 OPERATION
ST2-RC REMOTE CONTROL
ST2-RC Remote Control Operation
Turning the unit on
Selecting Stereo or Mono Output
To take the ST2 tuner out of standby mode, push
PWR or any other button except TUNER 1 or
TUNER 2.
Press the ST/MONO button to toggle between stereo
and mono mode. STEREO or MONO appears briefly
on the screen when selecting mode. Normal operation is in stereo mode. On a preset, the stereo/mono
setting is saved for that preset. This is useful for stations which may have annoying static in stereo mode.
Selecting mono will bring in a much stronger signal
with less noise but at the cost of stereo sound.
Selecting the desired tuner
(Note: To change the tuner that is audio-active, you
must have some other system control in place to
change the source)
To control a tuner, push the TUNER 1 or TUNER 2
button. When pressed, these buttons will be backlit
green for Tuner 1 and amber for Tuner 2. Each time a
tuner is selected the display will refresh with the current station or preset for that tuner, and all subsequent button presses and memory preset entries will
be associated with that selected tuner.
Selecting the desired band
Push the AM/FM button to switch between AM and FM
reception.
Selecting the desired frequency
Use the Tune Up and Tune Down buttons for manual
tuning. To move quickly through the channels, press
and hold either of the Tune buttons for more than 1.5
seconds.
To directly select a station, press TUNE, and enter
the three- or four-digit station frequency (1071 for
107.1, etc.). European regions use five-digit station
frequencies.
Frequency Seek
The SEEK function is performed by pressing and
releasing the SEEK left or right buttons. To seek higher frequency station press SEEK>, and press SEEK<
for lower frequencies. SEEK> tuning begins at the
current frequency, seeks upward and stops at the
next tuned station. Pushing the SEEK> again continues the SEEK function. Once the highest frequency is
reached, the tuner continues in SEEK mode at the
lowest frequency.
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Selecting Distant or Local Reception
Press the LOC/DX button to toggle between Distant
and Local mode. DISTANT or LOCAL appears briefly
on the screen when selecting mode. Normal operation is in Distant mode. In cities, antennas can pick up
multipath signals when they bounce off buildings and
get doubled. The Local mode limits the noise associated with these reflected signals.
Recalling a Memory Preset
To recall a memory preset, select the desired tuner,
press the BANK button to select the desired bank,
then press MEM and enter the desired preset number
(1 to 6). The memory presets can also be accessed
by using the MEM UP and MEM DOWN buttons to
scroll through all presets for the selected bank.
Saving Favorites
The remote control stores two “favorites” (similar to
memory presets) per tuner. These are set simply by
selecting either Tuner 1 or Tuner 2, setting the
desired frequency and pressing and holding the FAV 1
or 2 button until “FAV1 (2) saved” appears on the
tuner. Stored Favorites are then recalled by pressing
either FAV 1 or FAV 2.
ST2 OPERATION
UNO-S2 KEYPAD CONTROLS WITH CAV6.6
CAV6.6-UNO-S2 Keypad Operation
NOTE: To control the ST2 Tuner through the
UNO-S2 keypad, the tuner must be configured
as a source using the CAV6.6 programming
steps (see page 19)
Frequency Scan
Turning the unit on
preview before moving to the next station. To end
The tuner is power managed by the CAV6.6 or other
RNET-enabled controller. If the tuner is in standby
mode, any button press of the UNO-S2 keypad will
bring the tuner out of standby mode.
scanning, press
Selecting the desired tuner
To select a bank, press and hold
On the UNO-S2 keypad, press
To scan, press and hold then release
tuner scans through tuned stations with a 5-second
again.
Selecting a Bank
name will be temporarily displayed on the UNO-S2.
preassigned source number.
Recalling a Memory Preset
Selecting the desired band
Press
Push
to toggle between AM band and FM band
for bank up or
for bank down. The bank’s
to select either
Tuner 1 or Tuner 2 by choosing the tuner’s
. The
and
to scroll through the memory
presets for the selected bank. This procedure will
step through all of the presets in the current bank,
reception.
Selecting the desired frequency
then loop back to start at the first one. Only configured presets will be displayed.
Use
and
for manual tuning. The frequen-
cy will appear on the keypad and the active tuner. To
move quickly through the channels, press and hold
either
or
Mute
Press
to mute/unmute the tuner audio output.
for more than 1.5 seconds.
Frequency Seek
A press on
will seek the next higher tuneable
station. If a tuneable station is not found, end the
SEEK function by pressing
again.
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ST2 OPERATION
UNO-S2 KEYPAD CONTROLS WITH CAV6.6
1
6
5
2
4
3
1
2
TUNER SELECTION - Select source number
assigned to TUNER 1 or TUNER 2
MUTE - Mutes/unmutes tuner audio output
6
BANK SELECT - Used for bank selection (press
and hold)
FREQUENCY SELECT - Used for manual station
selection, tune up or tune down
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5
3
AM/FM - Selects AM or FM band
4
SEEK - Seeks the next higher tuned station
(press)
4
SCAN - Scans through tuned stations with
5-second preview before next station (press and
hold)
6
MEM UP/DOWN - Scrolls through memory preset stations (press)
NOTE: UNO-S2 keypads connect to the CAV6.6
only, NOT the ST2 Tuner.
ST2 OPERATION
UNO-LRC1 REMOTE CONTROL WITH CAV6.6
UNO-LRC1 Remote Control
Operation
Turning the unit on
The tuner is power managed by the CAV6.6 or other
RNET-enabled controller. If the tuner is in standby
mode, any button press of the UNO-LRC1 will bring
the tuner out of standby mode.
for lower frequencies. Select
tuning
begins at the current frequency, seeks upward and
stops at the next tuned station. Pushing the Select
again continues the SEEK function. Once the
highest frequency is reached, the tuner continues in
Selecting the desired tuner
To select a tuner, push
Select
and choose the source
SEEK mode at the lowest frequency.
number preassigned to Tuner 1 or Tuner 2, or use the
Frequency Scan
numeric source inputs at the bottom of the
To scan, press and hold then release
UNO-LRC1.
tuner scans through tuned stations with a 5-second
Selecting the desired band
preview before moving to the next station. To end
Push
to toggle between AM band and FM band
scanning, press
again.
reception.
Selecting a Bank
Selecting the desired frequency
To select a bank, press and hold
Use the Channel
and
for manual tuning.
To move quickly through the channels, press and hold
or
temporarily displayed on the UNO-S2.
Recalling a Memory Preset
onds. The Select
Press the
can be used in
for bank up
for bank down. The bank’s name will be
either of the Channel buttons for more than 1.5 secand
. The
and
to scroll through the
the same manner.
memory presets for the selected bank. This proce-
To directly select a station, press the three- or four-
dure will step through all of the presets in the current
digit station frequency (1071 for 107.1, etc.).
bank, then loop back to start at the first one. Only
European regions use five-digit station frequencies.
configured presets will be displayed.
Frequency Seek
Mute
The SEEK function is performed by pressing and
Press the
releasing the Select
audio output.
or
frequency station press Select
. To seek higher
button to mute/unmute the tuner
, and press
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ST2 OPERATION
UNO-LRC1 REMOTE CONTROL WITH CAV6.6
1
1
POWER - Power managed by CAV6.6
2
NUMERIC INPUT - Number buttons for direct
station input
3
TUNE UP/DOWN - Incrementally scrolls
through tuned stations
2
4 TUNE UP/DOWN - Incrementally scrolls
through tuned stations
5
OK - Confirms numeric selection
6
BANK UP/DOWN - Used for bank selection
(press and hold)
6
MEM UP/DOWN - Scrolls through memory
presets for selected bank (press)
7
AM/FM - Selects AM or FM band
4
8
MUTE - Mutes/unmutes tuner audio output
5
9 SCAN - Scans through tuned stations with 5-
4
second preview before next station (press
and hold)
3
10
11
6
10 TUNER SELECTION - Select source number
assigned to TUNER 1 or TUNER 2
7
8
10
11 SEEK UP/DOWN - Seeks the next tuned sta-
tion up or down
9
When using the UNO-LRC1 remote, remember to point it at the UNO-S2 keypad’s IR
receiver, not at the ST2 Tuner.
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ST2 TUNER PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING FOR CAV6.6 USE
NOTE: The CAV6.6 and UNO-S2 firmware must be version 2.00.01 or higher to control the ST2 Tuner. Use the System Info menu of the CAV6.6 to
check the firmware version. If the firmware is not version 2.00.01, go to
the Document Center at www.russound.com to obtain the latest version.
To Program the CAV6.6 to operate with the ST2 Tuner:
When the ST2 Tuner is used with the CAV6.6 or other RNET controller, it is configured as an RNET
command type “Peripheral” and is connected via the RNET bus. This makes the tuner behave as a
fully integrated device with UNO-S2 keypad support. Each tuner can be set up with a unique source
number 1 - 6 or unassigned. An unassigned tuner is not controlled by the RNET bus.
Key Function Note: When using the tuner with the CAV6.6-S2 system, do not reassign keypad and
remote buttons for tuner control in the CAV6.6 Key Configuration Menu. When the tuner is assigned
the “Peripheral” command type in the CAV6.6 Setup Menu, key assignments and functions are automatically assigned and will operate as shown in the preceding UNO-S2 keypad and UNO-LRC1 remote
diagrams.
CAV6.6 Installation Menu:
SOURCE SETUP
Source Setup allows the system’s sources to be configured.
BASIC SETUP
This procedure uses built-in source “templates” to quickly and easily configure the source settings
needed for basic operation of the source component. Before performing BASIC SETUP, connect the
source components to the receiver/amp and be sure that all sources are powered on.
1. SOURCE NUM –
Select the source number to which Tuner 1 is connected.
2. SOURCE NAME –
Select the name for the source (e.g., Tuner 1 or Tuner 2).
3. COMMAND TYPE –
Select PERIPHERAL.
4. SAVE CHANGES? –
Select “Yes” to save changes. Procedure returns to SOURCE
NUM to allow configuration of the second tuner.
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ST2 TUNER PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING FOR CAV6.6 USE
To Program the ST2 Tuner to operate with the CAV6.6:
Once the CAV6.6 procedure is completed, perform the following setup of the tuner for use with the
CAV6.6.
1. Enter the Setup Menu by pressing and holding the TNR SEL button.
2. Press MEM Up/Down buttons until SOURCE NUM appears on the tuner.
3. Press BAND to advance. TUNER # appears.
4. Press Tune Up/Down buttons to select the Tuner #.
5. Press BAND. SOURCE NUM appears again.
6. Press Tune Up/Down buttons to select the source # for the tuner (as determined in the CAV6.6
setup process).
7. Press BAND. TUNER # appears again.
8. Press Tune Up/Down buttons to select the other Tuner #.
9. Press BAND. SOURCE NUM appears again.
10. Press Tune Up/Down buttons to select the source # for this tuner (as determined in the CAV6.6
setup process).
11. Press TNR SEL twice to exit the Setup Menu and return to run mode.
ST2 Tuner Setup Menu
The ST2 Tuner Setup Menu provides procedures for assigning a custom name to a memory preset or
a bank, and to choose a region for operation (US or Euro). The menu also outlines source number
assignments and factory initialization procedures, and provides system information. The Setup Menu
procedures can only be performed from the ST2 Tuner front panel. The following items make up the
Setup Menu:
Memory Name, Bank Name, Source Number, Region, Factory Initialization and System Info.
Memory Name
A memory preset must be created and saved
before it can be named. Once it is saved, the
preset’s Tuner #, Bank # and Memory # must be
entered in the following procedure.
1. Enter the Setup Menu by pressing and holding
the TNR SEL button.
2. MEMORY NAME appears on the tuner.
3. Press BAND.
4. Press the Tune Up/Down buttons to select the
Tuner #.
5. Press BAND to advance.
6. Press the Tune Up/Down buttons to select the
Bank #.
7. Press BAND to advance.
8. Press the Tune Up/Down buttons to select a
Memory #.
9. Press BAND to advance. MEMORY NAME
appears again.
10. Press BAND to access the Memory Name
entry screen.
(Continued on next page)
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ST2 TUNER PROGRAMMING
ST2 TUNER SETUP MENU
Memory Name (continued)
11. Press Tune Up/Down to select a character
and MEM Up/Down to change a character position. Up to 12 characters can be entered one by
one. A blinking LED block indicates the placement of the character being entered.
12. Press BAND when memory name is entered.
Memory Name Procedure
Press and Hold
TNR SEL button
TNR
SEL
13. SAVE CHANGES will appear.
14. Press Tune Up/Down to select Yes or No.
15. Press BAND to save memory name. The
Memory Name menu returns to the Tuner #
prompt to name other presets, or press TNR
SEL to exit the Memory Name menu.
TNR
SEL
MEM
NAME
Procedure
BANK
NAME
Procedure
SOURCE
NUM
Procedure
REGION
Procedure
FACTORY
INIT
Procedure
BANK #
MEMORY #
MEMORY
NAME
SAVE
CHANGES?
UPDATE
FIRMW
Procedure
SYSTEM
INFO
Procedure
Setup
Menu
TNR
SEL
TUNER #
Selects
character
Selects
character
position
Repeat
for each
character
in name
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ST2 TUNER PROGRAMMING
ST2 TUNER SETUP MENU
Bank Name
A custom name can be assigned to each of the
six banks of both Tuner 1 and Tuner 2.
1. Enter the Setup Menu by pressing and holding
the TNR SEL button.
2. Press MEM Up/Down until BANK NAME
appears on the tuner.
3. Press BAND.
4. Press the Tune Up/Down buttons to select the
Tuner #.
5. Press BAND to advance.
6. Press the Tune Up/Down buttons to select the
Bank #.
7. Press BAND. BANK NAME appears again.
Bank Name Procedure
Press and Hold
TNR SEL button
TNR
SEL
8. Press BAND to access the Bank Name entry
screen.
9. Press Tune Up/Down to select a character
and MEM Up/Down to change a character position. Up to 12 characters can be entered one by
one. A blinking LED block indicates the placement of the character being entered.
10. Press BAND when bank name is entered.
11. SAVE CHANGES will appear.
12. Press Tune Up/Down to select Yes or No.
13. Press BAND to save bank name. The Bank
Name menu returns to the Tuner # prompt to
name other banks, or press TNR SEL to exit the
Bank Name menu.
TNR
SEL
MEM
NAME
Procedure
BANK
NAME
Procedure
SOURCE
NUM
Procedure
REGION
Procedure
TNR
SEL
TUNER #
BANK #
BANK
NAME
Selects
character
Selects
character
position
Repeat
for each
character
in name
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SAVE
CHANGES?
FACTORY
INIT
Procedure
UPDATE
FIRMW
Procedure
SYSTEM
INFO
Procedure
Setup
Menu
ST2 TUNER PROGRAMMING
ST2 TUNER SETUP MENU
Source Number
The Source Number procedure provides Tuner 1
and Tuner 2 with the proper source identities previously assigned in the CAV6.6 setup. The
CAV6.6 source setup procedure must be completed before performing this step.
1. Enter the Setup Menu by pressing and holding
the TNR SEL button.
2. Press MEM Up/Down until SOURCE NUM
appears on the tuner.
3. Press BAND.
4. Press the Tune Up/Down buttons to select the
Tuner #.
5. Press BAND. SOURCE NUM appears again.
6. Press the Tune Up/Down buttons to scroll
through the source numbers 1-6.
5. Press BAND to select the source number (as
Press and Hold
TNR SEL button
TNR
SEL
determined in the CAV6.6 setup process).
6. Repeat the process for the next tuner.
7. Press TNR SEL to exit the Source Number
menu.
NOTE: Once the programming procedures are
completed, cycle the power to the Tuner to
establish a connection with the CAV6.6.
Region
The Region procedure assigns either US or Euro
to the tuner. The difference between the two is
that US FM frequencies operate in .2 MHz increments, while European FM frequencies operate in
.05 MHz increments.
(Continued on next page)
Source Number, Region, Factory Initialization,
Update Firmware and System Info Procedures
TNR
SEL
MEM
NAME
Procedure
BANK
NAME
Procedure
SOURCE
NUM
Procedure
REGION
Procedure
FACTORY
INIT
Procedure
UPDATE
FIRMW
Procedure
SYSTEM
INFO
Procedure
Setup
Menu
TNR
SEL
TUNER
#
This
Procedure
returns the
ST2 Tuner
to its
Factory
settings
HOLD
BAND
After update
cycle Power
SOURCE
NUM
Start
Update
Cycle Power
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ST2 TUNER PROGRAMMING
ST2 TUNER SETUP MENU
Region (continued)
1. Enter the Setup Menu by pressing and holding
the TNR SEL button.
2. Press MEM Up/Down until REGION appears on
the tuner.
3. Using the Tune Up/Down buttons, view the US
and Euro selections.
4. Press BAND to select the region.
5. Press TNR SEL to exit the Region menu.
Factory Initialization
The Factory Initialization procedure allows the
erasure of all programmed settings and returns
them to the factory default settings.
1. Enter the Setup Menu by pressing and holding
the TNR SEL button.
2. Press MEM Up/Down until FACTORY INIT
appears on the tuner.
3. Press BAND to enter the FACTORY INIT menu.
4. “Are you sure” appears on the tuner. Using the
Tune Up/Down buttons, view the “Yes” and “No”
selections.
5. Press BAND to select. A “No” selection returns to
the top of the Factory Init menu. A “Yes” begins the initialization.
6. “Please wait” appears on the tuner during the
process and “Done” appears when complete.
7. Press TNR SEL to exit the Factory Init menu.
Update Firmware
The Update Firmware procedure allows the ST2
tuner’s OS firmware to be updated. The procedure is performed using a DB9 serial cable with
one end connected to the RS-232 port on the
back of the tuner and the other connected to a
PC or laptop. If an OS firmware update is available, it can be obtained through the Document
Center at www.russound.com.
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1. Enter the Setup Menu by pressing and holding
the TNR SEL button.
2. Press MEM Up/Down until UPDATE FIRMW
appears on the tuner.
3. Press BAND to enter the UPDATE FIRMW menu.
4. “Hold BAND” appears on the tuner.
5. While pressing and holding BAND, “After
update cycle power” appears on the tuner display.
6. When “Start Update” appears on the tuner display, start the update program. “Finished”
appears on the computer screen when complete.
7. Cycle power to the tuner.
System Info
The System Info menu shows the ST2 Tuner’s
manufacturing build properties.
1. Enter the Setup Menu by pressing and holding
the TNR SEL button.
2. Press MEM Up/Down until SYSTEM INFO
appears on the tuner.
3. Press BAND.
4. Press BAND at “Build Time” to view.
5. Press MEM Up/Down to advance.
6. Press BAND at “Build Date” to view.
7. Press MEM Up/Down to advance.
8. Press BAND at “Version” to view.
9. Press TNR SEL to exit the System Info menu.
Restore and Backup
Once all of the tuner settings are completed, it
may be advisable to create a backup of the programmed settings for future use. The backup will
then be available in case tuner settings need to
be restored.The backup and restore PC application is available through the Document Center at
www.russound.com. Also required are a DB9
male-to-female cable and laptop or desktop PC.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
ST2 Smart Tuner
Dimensions:
Weight:
Power Supply:
Frequency Range:
17"W x 8"D x 1.8"H (43 x 20.3 x 4.4 cm)
7 lbs. (3.2kg)
12VDC 1.5A
AM 522 - 1620 kHz
FM 87.5 - 108.0 MHz
FM Antenna impedance:
Impedance:
75 ohm unbalanced
300 ohm
AM
Sensitivity @ S/N:
Image rejection:
S/N ratio:
20dB 55 dBu
33dB
45 dB
FM
Sensitivity @ S/N:
30 dB 6dB max 12 dBu
Image rejection:
80 dB
S/N ratio:
60 dB
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WARRANTY & REPAIR
The Russound ST2 is fully guaranteed against all defects in materials and workmanship for two (2)
years from the date of purchase. During this period, Russound will replace any defective parts and
correct any defect in workmanship without charge for either parts or labor.
For this warranty to apply, the unit must be installed and used according to its written instructions. If
service is necessary, it must be performed by Russound. The unit must be returned to Russound at
the owner's expense and with prior written permission. Accidental damage and shipping damage are
not considered defects, nor is damage resulting from abuse or from servicing by an agency or person not specifically authorized in writing by Russound.
This Warranty does not cover:
• Damage caused by abuse, accident, misuse, negligence,
or improper installation or operation
• Power surges and lightning strikes
• Normal wear and maintenance
• Products that have been altered or modified
• Any product whose identifying number, decal, serial number, etc.
has been altered, defaced or removed
Russound sells products only through authorized Dealers and Distributors to ensure that customers
obtain proper support and service. Any Russound product purchased from an unauthorized dealer or
other source, including retailers, mail order sellers and online sellers will not be honored or serviced
under existing Russound warranty policy. Any sale of products by an unauthorized source or other
manner not authorized by Russound shall void the warranty on the applicable product.
Damage to or destruction of components due to application of excessive power voids the warranty on
those parts. In these cases, repairs will be made on the basis of the retail value of the parts and
labor. To return for repairs, the unit must be shipped to Russound at the owner's expense, along with
a note explaining the nature of service required. Be sure to pack the unit in a corrugated container
with at least three (3) inches of resilient material to protect the unit from damage in transit.
Before returning a unit for repair, call Russound at (603) 659-5170 for a Return Authorization number.
Write this number on the shipping label and ship to:
Russound
ATTN: Service
5 Forbes Road
Newmarket, NH 03857
Due to continual efforts to improve product quality as new technology and techniques become available, Russound/FMP, Inc. reserves the right to revise system specifications without notice.
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5 Forbes Road, Newmarket, NH 03857
tel 603.659.5170 • fax 603.659.5388
e-mail: tech@russound.com
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