Peavey CS 400 Owner's manual

Peavey CS 400 Owner's manual
OWNERS MANUAL
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FEATURES
* Automatic two-speed fan cooling system/tunnel e XLR input can be QUASI-ELECTRONIC BALANCED
e Independent channel thermal/fault protection (push switch out, no PL-1 module)
e Transient free turn-on/off operation (relay) e XLR input can be transformer balanced (push switch
e One recessed crossover “island” socket for plug-in in, PL-1 module)
modules e Dual phone plug and 5 way binding post outputs
® Two recessed balanced input transformer sockets for each channel
PL-?'s e DDT™ activation LED & power LED each channel
e Single XLR & dual phone plug inputs each channel e Calibrated/detented input attenuator control each
e Phone plug inputs are QUASI-ELECTRONIC channel
BALANCED e Rear panel DDT" defeat & bridge mode select slide
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DDT™ ACTIVE LED (1)
Nluminates when DDT"" Compression is taking place. With the ENABLE/DEFEAT switch in the DEFEAT position, the LED
indicates when clipping distortion is occuring.
POWER LED (2)
llluminates when AC power is being supplied to the amp, and the associated channel is operational. lllumination 15
delayed slightly during the power-up cycle due to the transient supression/thermal/fault circuitry. If either channel were
to experience fault conditions or to exceed the safe operating temperature limits, then that channel will shut down, and the
associated power LED will go out, indicating such conditions exist. Also whenever the BRIDGE mode is selected, the
power LED on channel B is defeated (OFF), just as if there were a fault condition on channel B. This provides a positive
indication that the CS-400 is in-bridge mode.
INPUT SENSITIVITY (3)
Maximum input gain (minimum sensitivity rating) is achieved at the full clockwise setting. A setting of less than full
clockwise will yield lower system noise atthe expense of headroom. Calibration indicates sensitivity in dBV necessary to
attain full available output.
POWER SWITCH (4)
Depress to “On” position to turn on.
CHANNEL A
HIGH Z INPUT JACKS (5)
Two parallel (bridged) input jacks are provided. This allows for one to be used as a conventional input, and simultaneously
the other to be used as a “line out” (Y-cord) to connect to another input jack on this amplifier or other amps/equipment.
These %" jacks are not “chassis grounded” and when used will provide a QUASI-BALANCED input capability due to our
unigue “ground loop" elimination circuitry associated with the input. This feature will normally allow "hum free” operation
when relatively short 4" cable patches are made between the various jacks on this amp and other jacks on various other
equipment that share the same rack with this amp. This QUASI-BALANCED capability is automatic and it can not be
removed from the system's circuitry.
LOW Z INPUT (6)
A conventional three-pin, female XLR input jack is provided and may be used as the channel A input. When the (PL-2)
line-balancing transformer is not used, this XLR input becomes QUASI-BALANCED with pin #3 as the positive input
(connecting to the tip of the 4" input jacks above), pin #2 as the negative input (connecting to the floating sleeve of the 4"
input jacks above), and pin #1 going to chassis ground. When the (PL-2) line-balancing transformer is used, this XLR input
becomes fully TRANSFORMER-BALANCED (Pin #3 positive, pin #2 negative, pin #1 ground). (See the PL-2 SELECTOR
SWITCH section for details on related settings)
PL-2 SELECTOR SWITCH (7)
Thisswitch is to be used in conjunction with the PL-2 transformer to allow the LOW Z INPUT to function with or withouta
PL-2 module being inserted in the recepticle. A similar function was performed by using a PL-1 module inserted in the
PL-2 recepticle on older amplifier models. The “OUT” position of this switch selects the QUASI-BALANCED mode of
operation forthe LOW Z INPUT (XLR jack), and routes the input signal directly tothe HI Z INPUT JACKS. In this position
the HI Z INPUT JACKS may be used as outputs after the LOW Z INPUT to allow patching this signal to another input on
this amp. Normally, in this switch position, a (PL-2) transformer is not present (“OUT”) in the transformer receptacie
however, if one were “IN” the receptacie, the LOW Z INPUT would still be QUASI-BALANCED. It becomes
TRANSFORMER-BALANCED only when the IN switch position is selected. Notice this is a very effective means to “test”
forthe necessity of a line-balancing transformer. The “IN” position ofthe switch routes the input signals from the XLR jack
through the (PL-2) line-balancing transformer thus selecting the TRANSFORMER-BALANCED mode of operation for the
LOW Z INPUT. In this position the HI Z INPUT JACKS may be used as outputs after the line-balancing transformer to
patch the signal to another input jack on this amplifier or other amps/equipment. If the “IN” position is selected without a
(PL-2) line-balancing transformer “IN” the receptacle, the LOW Z INPUT will be rendered inoperable.
TRANSFORMER RECEPTACLE (8)
This receptacle only receives the optional (PL-2) line-balancing transformer. When conditions exist that demand the
usage ofa TRANSFORMER-BALANCED XLR INPUT atthe input of channel “A”, the (PL-2) transformer must be put here,
and the selector switch must be in the “IN” position.
SPEAKER OUTPUTS (9)
Two %" jacks and 5 way binding post speaker output terminals are provided. All these outputs are in parallel, hense the
speaker connection cables can be terminated with 4" phone plugs, banana plugs, or stripped wires for use in the binding
post terminals. For sustained high power applications, the use of the binding post terminals are recommended, however
care mustbe exercised to assure correct speaker phasing. Regardless of what connections are used, the minimum parallel
speaker load should be limited to 4 ohms. Operation at loads above 4 ohms and even open circuit conditions can always be
considered safe, however sustained operation at loads below 4 ohms couldresultin temporary channel shutdown dueto
the thermal limits and/or the amp internal fault circuitry.
CHANNEL B
NOTE: On this channel a crossover module “ISLAND” has been provided to allow a PL-MODULE ELECTRONIC
CROSSOVER to be used to perform a “BIAMP” function. Associated with this island are dual crossover input jacks, high
and low outputjacks, anda crossover receptacle. These will be discussed further in following sections but please note that
the channel B patches are somewhat different from those of channel A.
HIGH Z INPUT JACKS (10)
Two parallel input jacks are also provided in this channel, allowing the flexibility of the Y-cord capability here as well.
These jacks are also not chassis grounded and will provide a QUASI-BALANCED input capability. Both of these input
jacks are “switching” type, where usage of either of these jacks disables the signal feed from the LOW Z INPUT circuitry
associated with this channel. This is necessary to allow this inputto be patched from the appropriate electronic crossover
output jack é then use the LOW Z INPUT circuitry as the input for the electronic crossover. This feature prevents these
jacks from being used as outputs from the LOW Z INPUT circuitry, as was possible with the Channel A input jacks.
LOW Z INPUT (11)
A conventional three-pin, female XLR input jack is also provided here, and it can be used as the channel B input, provided
the HI Z INPUT jacks are not being used. When the (PL-2) line-balancing transformer is not used, this XLR input becomes
QUASI-BALANCED with the exact same pin-out arrangements as discussed for channel A. When the (PL-2) line
balancing transformer is used, this XLR input becomes fully TRANSFORMER-BALANCED, again with the same pin
polarities as those presented for channel A. (See the PL-2 SELECTOR SWITCH section for details on related settings).
The output ofthis low Z circuitry is always connected to the CROSSOVER INPUTS and thus this low Z feature can be used
as the input for the crossover module if the application demands the use of an XLR connector.
PL-2 SELECTOR SWITCH (12)
The function of this switch is identical to that of channel A function. The “OUT” position of this switch selects the
QUASI-BALANCED mode of operation for the LOW Z INPUT (XLR jack), and routes this input signal directly to the HI Z
INPUT jacks, if these jacks are not in use. Since this signal is also routed to the CROSSOVER INPUT jacks, now these
jacks may be used as outputs after the LOW Z INPUT to allow patching this signal to another input on this amplifier.
Similarly, the “IN” position of the switch routes the input signals from the XLR jack through the (PL-2) line-balancing
transformer thus selecting the TRANSFORMER-BALANCED mode of operation forthe LOWZ INPUT. Inthis position the
CROSSOVER INPUTS may be used as outputs after the line-balancing transformer to patch the signal to another input
jack on this amplifier or other amps/equipment. Again selecting the “IN” position without a (PL-2) line-balancing
transformer IN the receptacie will render the LOW Z INPUT inoperable and this switch can be used to test the
“effectiveness” оТ TRANSFORMER BALANCING.
TRANSFORMER RECEPTACLE (13)
This receptacle only receives the optional (PL-2) line-balancing transformer. When conditions exist that demand the
usage of a TRANSFORMER-BALANCED XLR INPUT at the input of channel “B”, or at the input of the PL-MODULE
ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER when BIAMPING then the (PL-2) transformer must be put here, and the selector switch must
be in the “IN" position.
CROSSOVER INPUTS (14)
These are the HI Z INPUTS for the ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER when installed. Two parallel input jacks are again
provided at this point, allowing the flexibility of the Y-cord capability here as well. These jacks are also not chassis
grounded and will provide a QUASI-BALANCED inputcapa bility to minimize potential ground loops. Again, this feature is
automatic. As mentioned, the output of the low Z input circuitry of channel B is always connected to these inputs, which
allow the LOW Z INPUT to be used as the ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER inputifdesired. These inputs then can be used as
the FULL RANGE outputs allowing additional patching capability.
CAUTION: When a full range signal is patched into either the XLR input or the crossover inputs on channel B to feed the
crossover module itself this full range signal is also routed to the channel B input. The final patching from the crossover
output to the channel B input disconnects this full range signa! feed to the channel B input & instead is patched to the
appropriate crossed-over signal. This occurs because the channel B input jacks are switching type. If you were to
inadvertantly disconnect the cable which is routing the crossed-over signal to the channel B input, the switching
arrangement will feed a full range signal to that channel and could possibly destroy the transducer thatis connected to this
channel output. Always reduce levels before attempting to patch.
CROSSOVER MODULE RECEPTACLE (15)
This receptacle only receives the PL-MODULE ELECTRONIC CROSSOVERS. The PL-MODULES are optional
accessories and are available in many different crossover frequencies. Some modules contain special equalization and
special padding for a particular Peavey speaker enclosure. Always be sure to select the correct module for your speaker
system. Other special purpose modules are also available for usage in this receptacle. As such this receptacle supplies
both the input and output patch facilities and the power supply feeds for these active electronic devices.
CROSSOVER LOW OUTPUT (16)
This jack supplies the crossed-over low frequency output from the installed PL-MODULE ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER.
This output must be patched to the appropriate power amp input jack to “create” an operational biamp system. On some
special purpose modules, this output jack is not used.
CROSSOVER HIGH OUTPUT (17)
This jack supplies the crossed-over high frequency output from the installed PL-MODULE ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER.
This output must also be patched to the appropriate power amp input jack to create an operational biamp system.
SPEAKER OUTPUTS (18)
Same function and comments as channel À.
MODE SWITCH (19)
This switch is used to select either STEREO or BRIDGE mode of operation.
DDT™ SWITCH (20)
This switch is used to either ENABLE or DEFEAT the DDT™ compressor.
FUSE (21)
The fuse is located within the cap of the fuseholder. If the fuse should fail, IT MUST BE REPLACED WITH THE SAME
TYPE AND VALUE IN ORDER TO AVOID DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT AND TO PREVENT VOIDING THE
WARRANTY. If the amp repeatedly blows fuses, it should be taken 10 a qualified service center for repair.
WARNING: THE FUSE SHOULD ONLY BE REPLACED WHEN THE POWER CORD HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED FROM
ITS POWER SOURCE.
MAINS POWER SOURCE (120V products only) (22)
The CS-400 is fitted with a single heavy duty #14 AWG, 3 conductor linecordanda conventional A.C. plug with a ground
pin. Itshould be connected to an independent circuitca pable of supporting at least 10 AMPS continuously or greater. This
is particularly critical for sustains high power applications. If the socket used does not have a ground pin, a suitable
ground lift adaptor should be used and the third wire grounded properly. Never break off the ground pin on the CS-400.
The use of extension cords should be avoided, butif necessary, always use a th ree-wire type with at least a #14 AWG wire
size. The use of lighter wire will severely limit the power capability of this amplifier. Always use a qualified electrician to
install any necessary electrical equipment. To prevent the risk of shock or fire hazzard, always be sure thatthe amplifieris
properly grounded.
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION:
The Peavey CS-400 commercial series power amplifier is designed for durability in commercial installations and the
quality of performance required in studio and home applications. The unitis a standard rack-mount configuration, 5%
high and is cooled by an automatic two-speed internal fan. All input and output connections are on the back panel. The
front panel contains LED indicators for power & DDT™ activation, detented/calibrated sensitivity controls, and a mains
power switch.
INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL INSTALLATIONS
For commercial and other installations, where sustained high power operation is required, the amplifiers should be
mounted in a standard 19" rack. It is not necessary to leave rack space between each amplifier in the stack, since the fan
pulls air in from the rear and exhausts the hot air out the front. An adequate “COOL” air supply must be provided for the
amplifier when rack-mounted. The internal fan must have a source of air that is not preneated by other equipment. The
amplifier will startup in “LOW SPEED" fan operation, and will normally stay at low speed operation unless sustained high
power operating levels were to occur. Then as the amplifier “HEAT SINKS” heat up, the automatic thermal sensing
circuitry will cause high speed operation to occur. Depending upon signal conditions and amp loading, high speed fan
operation may continue, or it may cycle continuously between high and low. This situation is quite normal. If cooling is
inadequate due to preheated air, or a reduction of air flow occurs due to blockage of the amplifier inlet/outlet ports or if the
amplifier is severely overloaded or short circuited, then the amplifier thermal sensing system may cause temporary
shutdown of that particular channel. This is indicated by the channel power LED onthe front panel ceasing to illuminate.
Depending upon available cooling air, operation should be restored in that channel relatively quickly, and the power LED
will be illuminated. In any event corrective action should be taken to determine the cause of the thermal shutdown. Ifthe
amplifier is not severely overloaded or shorted, and air flow is normal in and out of the amplifier, then steps should be taken
to provide a cooler environment for all the amplifiers. As a general rule, the cooler electronic equipment is operated, the
longer its useful service life. You have invested in the finest eq uipment that money can buy, and a little care will insure long
and reliable operation.
STUDIO AND HOME INSTALLATION:
In most low to medium power applications, the power amplifier can be mounted in any configuration. Itis desirable that, if
at all possible, the power amplifier be located at the top of an equipment stack. This will prevent possible overheating of
sensitive equipment by the hot air rising from the power amplifier. As a general rule, most home and studio requirements
will never cause high speed fan operation. If it does however, this may indicate that you have not taken the necessary steps
to provide adequate cooling. Remember..... closed up in a cabinet, the CS-400 will have severe cooling problems, even at
low power levels. Again, inadvertent short circuit or sustained overload usage could also cause temporary thermal
shutdown. Also, most home wiring and electrical circuits are only 15 AMPS. Two CS-400's could cause 15 AMP circuit
breakers to trip if a severe overload occurs.
BRIDGE MODE:
The bridge mode on stereo amplifiers is often misunderstood as to the actual operation and usage. In basic terms, when a
two-channel amplifier is operated in the BRIDGE mode, it is converted into a single-channel unit witha POWER RATING
equal to the sum of both channel's “CONTINUOUS" power ratings, ata LOAD RATING oftwice that ofthe single channel
rating. For the CS-400 then, the BRIDGE RATINGS are 400 watts RMS (continuous) into 8 chms (minimum load). Bridge
mode operation is accomplished by placing the mode switch in the “BRIDGE” position, connecting the load between the
RED binding posts of each channel, and using channel A as the input channel. All the functions of channel B as an input
are defeated, and they serve no purpose now.
Although this arrangement could now be used to drive a single 8 ohm enclosure, the real purpose for BRIDGE mode
operation is to drive sound distribution systems in very large public address applications. In this mode, the CS-400 can
actually drive 70 volt systems directly without using matching transformers. 70 volt distribution systems are very common
in domestic applications where large numbers of relatively small loudspeakers are used for BACKGROUND MUSIC AND
PAGING. Such systems require the use of 70 volt TRANSFORMERS at each loudspeaker. Subwoofer enclosures
containing “two” to “four” speakers are excellent applications for bridge mode, but the enclosure impedance must be 8
ohms.
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SPECIFICATIONS
RATED POWER TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION DAMPING FACTOR
120 W RMS per channel into & chms Less than 0.05% @ 200 W RMS per Greater than 200 (9 4 ohms; 400 @
200 W RMS per channel into 4 ohms channel into 4 ohms, 10 Hz to 30 kHz 8 ohms
(Both channels driven) (Typically below 0.03%) (Stereo mode, each channel, f =1 kHz)
400 W RMS into 8 ohms FREQUENCY RESPONSE HUM & NOISE
(Bridge mode) _ +0, -0.2 dB @ 200 W BMS per channel 100 dB below full rated power
(Continuous sine wave with less than into 4 ohms, 20 Hz to 20 kHz (Stereo mode, each channel or bridge
0.03% THD, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, 120V AC) +0, -1 dB @ 1 W RMS per channel into mode, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, unweighted)
POWER @ CLIPPING (TYPICAL) 4 ohms, 5 Hz to 50 kHz DIMENSIONS
140 W RMS per channel ]ntt:- 8 ohms POWER BANDWIDTH 19" W x 54" H x 12%" D
230 W AMS per channel _|nt04c:hms 10 Hz to 50 kHz @ 200 W RMS per WEIGHT
150 W RMS per channel into 2 ohms channel into 4 ohms, less than 40 Ibs
(Both channels driven) 0.1% THD ;
450 W RMS into 8 ohms SLEW RATE
(Bridge mode)
(Continuous sine wave with less than
1.0% THD, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, 120V AC
40 Volts/microsecond
(Stereo mode, each channel)
70 Volts/microsecond
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THIS LIMITED WARRANTY VALID ONLY WHEN PURCHASED AND REGISTERED IN THE UNITED STATES OR CANADA. ALL EXPORTED PRODUCTS ARE SUBJECT TO
WARRANTY AND SERVICES TO BE SPECIFIED AND PROVIDED BY THE AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR FOR EACH COUNTRY.
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ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY/REMEDY
PEAVEY ELECTRONICS CORPORATION (“PEAVEY") warrants this product, EXCEPT for covers, footswitches, patchcords, tubes and meters, to be free from defects in material
and workmanshipfor à period of one (1) year from date of purchase, PROVIDED, howeverthat this limited warranty is extended only to the original retail purchaser andissubjectto the
conditions, exclusions and limitations hereinafter set forth:
PEAVEY 90-DAY LIMITED WARRANTY ON TUBES AND METERS
If this product contains tubes or meters, Peavey warrants the tubes or meters contained in the product to be free from defects in material and workmanship tor a period of ninety (90}
days from date of purchase; PROVIDED, however, that this limited warranty is extended only to the original retail purchaser and is also subject to the conditions, exclusions and
limitations hereinafter set forth.
CONDITIONS, EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS OF LIMITED WARRANTIES
These limited warranties shall be void and of no effect if:
a. The first purchase of the product is for the purpose of resale; ог
b. The original retail purchase is not made from an AUTHORIZED PEAVEY DEALER; ог
c, The produet has been damaged by accident or unreasonable use, negléct, improper service or maintenance, or other causes not arising out of defects in material or
workmanship; or
d. The serial number affixed 10 the product is altered, defaced or removed.
In the event of a defect in material and/or workmanship covered by this limited warranty, Peavey will:
a, Inthe case of tubes or meters, replace the defective component without charge;
b. In other covered cases (i.e., cases involving anything other than covers, footswitches, patchcords, tubes or meters), repair the defect in material or workmanship or replace
the product, at Peavey's option;
and provided, however, that, in any case, all costs of shipping, if necessary, are paid by you, the purchaser,
THE WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD SHOULD BE ACCURATELY COMPLETED AND MAILED TO AND RECEIVED BY PEAVEY WITHIN FOURTEEN (14) DAYS FROMTHE
DÂTE OF YOUR PURCHASE.
In order to obtain service under these warranties, you must:
a. Bring the defective item 10 any AUTHORIZED PEAVEY DEALER or AUTHORIZED PEAVEY SERVICE CENTER and present therewith the ORIGINAL PROOF OF
PURCHASE supplied to you by the AUTHORIZED PEAVEY DEALER in connection with your purchase from him of this product.
If the DEALER or SERVICE CENTER is unable to provide the necessary warranty service you will be directed to the nearest other PEAVEY AUTHORIZED DEALER ог
AUTHORIZED PEAVEY SERVICE CENTER which can provide such service.
OR
b. Ship the defective item, prepaid, to:
PEAVEY ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
International Service Center
Highway 80 East
MERIDIAN, MS 39301
including therewith a complete, detailed description of the problem, together with a legible copy of the original PROOF OF PURCHASE and a complete return address, Upon
Peavey's receipt of these items:
If the defect is remedial under these limited warranties and the other terms and conditions expressed herein have been complied with, Peavey will provide the necessary
warranty service to repair or replace the product and will return it, FREIGHT COLLECT, to you, the purchaser.
Peavey's liability to the purchaser for damages from any cause whatsoever and regardless of the form of action, including negligence, is limited to the actual damages up to the
greater of $500.00 or an amount equal to the purchase price of the product that caused the damage ог that is the subject of or is directly related to the cause of action. Such purchase
price will be that in effect for the specific product when the cause of action arose, This limitation of liability will not apply to claims for personal injury or damage to real property ©г
tangible personal property allegedly caused by Peavey's negligence. Peavey does not assume liability for personal injury or property damage arising out of or caused by a non-Feavey
alteration or attachment, nor does Peavey assume any responsibility for damage to interconnected non-Peavey equipment that may result from the normal functioning and
maintenance of the Peavey equipment.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL PEAVEY BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOST PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS, ANY INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT, EVEN IF PEAYEY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES ARE IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE; PROVIDED, HOWEYER, THAT IF THE OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS NECESSARY TO THE EXISTENCE OF
THE EXPRESS, LIMITED WARRANTIES, AS HEREINABOVE STATED, HAVE BEEN COMPLIED WITH, IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE NOT DISCLAIMED DURING THE
APPLICABLE ONE-YEAR OR NINETY-DAY PERIOO FROM DATE OF PURCHASE OF THIS PRODUCT.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOWLIMITATION ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, ORTHE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES GIVE YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY
ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES ARE THE ONLY EXPRESS WARRANTIES ON THIS PRODUCT, AND NO OTHER STATEMENT, REPRESENTATION, WARRANTY OR
AGREEMENT BY ANY PERSON SHALL BE VALID OR BINDING UPON PEAVEY,
Inthe event of any modification or disclaimer of express or implied warranties, or any limitation of remedies, contained herein conflicts with applicable law, then such modification,
disclaimer or limitation, as the case may be, shall be deemed to be modified to the extent necessary to comply with such law.
Your remedies for breach of these warranties are limited to those remedies provided herein and Peavey Electronics Corporation gives this limited warranty only with respect to
equipment purchased in the United States of America.
INSTRUCTIONS — WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD
1. Mail the completed WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD to:
PEAVEY ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
POST OFFICE BOX 2898
MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 39302-2398
a. Keep the PROOF OF PURCHASE. In the event warranty service is required during the warranty period, you will need this document. There will be no identification card
issued by Peavey Electronics Corporation.
2 IMPORTANCE OF WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARDS AND NOTIFICATION OF CHANGES OF ADDRESS:
a. Completion and mailing of WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARDS — Should notification become necessary for any condition that may require correction, the
REGISTRATION CARD will help ensure that you are contacted and properly notified.
b. Notice of address changes — If you move from the address shown on the WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD, you should notify Peavey of the change of address so as
to facilitate your receipt of any bulletins or other forms of notification which may become necessary in connection with any condition that may require dissemination of
information or correction.
. You may contact Peavey directly by telephoning (601) 483-5365.
. Please have the Peavey product name and serial number available when communicating with Peavey Customer Service.
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DANGER
EXPOSURE TO EXTAEMELY HIGH HOISELEVELS MAY CAUSE A PERMANENT HEARING LOSS. INCIVIDUALS VARY CONSIDERABL Y IN SUSCEPTIBILITY TO NOISE INDUCED HEARING LOS5, BUT MEARLY
EVERYONE WILL LOSE SOME HEARING IF EXPOSED TO SUFFICIENTLY INTENSE NOISE FOR À SUFFICIENT TIME. i
THEUS. GOVERNMENT'S CCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (OSMA) HAS SPECIFIED THE FOLLOWING PERMISSIBLE NOISE LEVEL EXPOSURES:
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for future relerence. or HOFE information on grounding wrile for our free d és te ds ;
3. Opey all cautions in the operating instructions and an the booklet “Shock Hazard and Grounding.” 14. Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and
back of the unit. 10, Power supply cords should always be handled carefully. Hä‘l'le'gÜ?fl‘;fiäfhpä'ä%fiätg? urit through the ventilation
4 Al rating instructions should be followed, Mever walk or place equipment on power supply cords. : _ .
| operating instruct! % Tollowed _ Periodically check cords for cuts or signs of stress, 15. This unit should be checked by a qualified service
5 This produci snould nol be used near waler, 1.6. 5 especially at the plug and the point where the cord exits technician if:
bathtub, sink, swimming pocl, wet basement, etc the umit. Á. The power suq?plw,r cord or plug has been damaged.
6. This product should be located so that its position does — 11, The power supply cord should be unplugged when the B. Anything has fallen or been spilled into the trut.
not interfere with its proper ventilation. It should not ba unit ‚ps to be urîäaäü for long periads .:fi „‚E-i‚-‚ge_ C. The unit does not oparate correctly.
placed flat against à wall or placed ir à built-in enclosure 12, If this product is 1o be mounted in anegquipment rack; rear D. Theunithas been dropped or the enclosure damaged.
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that willimpede the flow of cooling air.
. This product should not be placed near a source of haat
such a5 A Slove, radiator gr añólher heat progducino
amplifier.
support should be provided,
The user should not to attempt to service Ihis equipment.
All service work should be done by a qualilied service
technician.
Peavey Electronics Corporation /
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Features and specifications subject to change without notice.
61989 Printed in the U.S.À.
711 À Street / Meridian, MS 39302-2898 / U.S.A. / (601) 483-5365 Telex: 504115 / Fax: 484-4278
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