INFINITE 7 - 8 V2
INFINITE 7 - 8 V2
THE PRODUCT REQUIRES
CLASS 2 OUTPUT WIRING.
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE TOP OR BOTTOM COVERS.
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL. DISCONNECT
POWER CORD BEFORE REMOVING
REAR PANEL COVER TO ACCESS GAIN
Shock Hazard - Do Not Enter
Choc Hasard - N*entrent
Schocke Hazard - Test Nicht
Urto Hazard - Do Non Entrano
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE!
CAUTION: Do not locate sensitive high-gain equipment such as preamplifiers or tape decks directly above or below this unit. Because this amplifier has a high power density, it has a strong magnetic field which can induce hum into unshielded devices that are located nearby.
This field is strongest just above and below the unit. If an equipment rack is used, we recommend locating the amplifier(s) at the bottom of the rack and the preamplifier or other sensitive equipment at the top.
The lightning bolt triangle is used alert the user to the risk of electric shock
The exclamation point triangle is used to alert the user to important operating and/or maintenance instructions.
Printed on recycled paper.
Rugged, touring grade chassis. E.I.A. Standard 19" (48.3cm) rack-mountable.
Ultra reliable 'Super G' class output stage provides maximum stability even into 2 ohm loads.
High efficiency triple rail voltage supply system.
'VSP' Velocity Sense Protection circuitry protects speakers from over excursion.
'CEP' Clip Elimination Protection prevents clipped waveforms from reaching the outputs.
Independent crossover networks with adjustable frequencies and outputs for both channels.
LED display for monitoring the average mains current draw.
Stereo, parallel and bridge operation for optimal load matching.
Independently selectable 25Hz Hi pass filters for greater woofer protection
Relay control power switch with soft start for loudspeaker protection.
Complete protection against shorted outputs, mismatched loads, overheating and DC input/output.
Three year warranty and guarantee.
Although your amplifier is protected from external faults, the following safety precautions are recommended:
1. Do not change the position of the bridge mode switch, parallel switch or 25Hz Hi pass filters until
the input levels have been turned down.
2. There are important differences between Stereo, Parallel and Bridge mode operation. Please refer to page
8 for a detailed description of the different modes and there uses.
3. Switch off the amplifier or turn down the inputs before connecting to the in/out XLR's.
4. Do not short the ground lead of an output cable to the input signal ground. This will form a ground loop
and may cause oscillations.
5. Do not connect both channels positive outputs together in parallel or stereo modes. And never connect any
channels positive output to chassis ground.
6. When using the amplifer with 2 ohm loads the 16 Amp CEE Form connector must be replaced with a 32
AMP CEE Form connector.
7. Do not operate the amplifier from AC mains in excess of 10% variation above or below the selected line
voltage, and only at the specified line frequency.
Current Draw (Amps)
On -18 - 6 0 L P
oo 0 oo
8 6 2 1
Used to turn the amplifier on or off.
Indicates that the amplifier is connected to the mains but has not been switched
Used to control CH 1 & 2's output levels.
The Power LED's indicate that each channel is active.
When illuminated the LEDs indicate an audio signal is present at the channel's
6.'CEP' LED's (L)
The CEP LED's indicate the Clip Elimination circuit is active. The CEP circuit
works by examining the audio output signal, it then regulates many circuits
within the amplifier to eliminate all traces of clipping at the output. As a clipped
waveform cannot be generated within the amplifier, careful monitoring of the
input level is not necessary. Under normal working conditions the CEP LED's
should be illuminated around 50% to 80% of the time. Note that the CEP circuit
can only prevent a clipped waveform from be generated within the amplifier
itself, it cannot remove a clipped waveform that has been produced from a
component earlier in the chain.
7.Protect LED's (P)
The protect LED's light up when the amplifier detects speaker over excursion,
dangerous subsonic frequencies, DC or thermal overload. Note the protect LED's
also indicate the soft start circuit is active, so will illuminate during power on.
See page 8 for more details about the VSP protection circuit.
8.Current Draw Display
The LED readout displays the average RMS current being draw by the amplifier.
As the value displayed is an averaged reading, peaks values will be higher than
indicated. The readout is displayed in Amps (A) and values less than 0.8 Amps
are not displayed. During switch on the meter will read 50 Amps, this is for
calibration purposes and is not an indication of the current required during
4 3 1 7 6 12
CH 2 CH 1
Pin 1 :
Pin 2 : +
Pin 3 : -
Out 1 : Pin 1+ : ch 1 +
Pin 1 : ch 1
Pin 2+ : ch 2
Pin 2 -
: ch 2
Out 2 : Pin 1+ : ch 1 +
Pin 1 - : ch 1 -
Bridge Mode : out 1
Pin 1+ : sig +
Pin 2+ : sig -
CH 2 CH 1
CH 2 GND CH 1
OUT 2 OUT 1
11 8 10 9
Fuse 230V AC
The input impedance of the balanced XLR's is 20Kohms. Pin 2 is signal +
Linked outputs from the inputs.
3.Bridge Mode Switch
Selects Bridge Mode. A red LED will illuminate when the amplifier is operating
in bridge mode. Use input 1 in bridge mode. See page 8 for more details.
4.25Hz Hi Pass Filter Switches
Turns each channels 25Hz 18 dB/oct butterworth Hi Pass filter on or off.
For maximum protection leave both filters on (pressed in position).
5.Parallel Mode Switch
Links input 1 with input 2. See page 8 for more details.
Turns each channels limiter on or off. For maximum protection leave in the
on position (pressed in).
7.Filter Select Switches
Independent channel selection of Hi Pass, Lo Pass or bypassed filters.
8.Crossover Frequency Switch
Selects the crossover frequency point between the Lo and Hi Pass filters.
Jack outputs for both Hi and Lo pass filters. See page 8 for more details.
10.CH1 Speakon Outputs
In stereo/parallel mode use +1 and -1. In bridge mode use +1 and +2.
CH2 output is on pins +2 and -2.
11.CH2 Speakon Outputs
In stereo/parallel mode use 1+ and 1-. Pins +2 and -2 are not used.
Ground is connected when pressed in and lifted when pressed out.
13.Output Binding Posts
Accepts both 4 mm plugs or bare wire. Use CH1 + and CH 2 + for bridge out.
Replaceable 35 Amp fuse for amplifier protection.
AC power in 230 VAC 50Hz. Fitted with 16 Amp CEE Form connector.
(For 2 ohm operation a 32 Amp CEE Form connector must be fitted)
For Infinite models 7 - 8 v2
FREQUENCY RESPONSE [email protected]Ω
THD ref. 4Ω, 1KHz
S/N 20Hz-20kHz, ref full output
VOLTAGE GAIN, ref. 8Ω
CMRR ref. 1KHz
DAMPING FACTOR 1kHz and Below
EFFICIENCY both ch driven
20Hz - 20kHz +0.05 dB / -0.08 dB
Infinite 7 90x (39dB) - Infinite 8 105x (41dB)
Infinite 7 45V/us - Infinite 8 40V/us
Infinite 7 >800 - Infinite 8 >750
8 Ω - 87% : 4 Ω - 86% : 2 Ω - 85%
Input: balanced XLR Output: Speakon + Binding posts
4 Variable speed fans
Full short circuit, open circuit, thermal, ultrasonic, and
RF protection, stable into reactive or mismatched loads
230 VAC 50Hz +/- 10%
(Both CH Driven)
(Both CH Driven)
Maximum Current Draw
RMS Output Power per ch
3382 both ch - 2 ohms 26 Amps
RMS Output Power per ch
5018 both ch - 2 ohms 38 Amps
48.3 cm (19") wide, 13.3 cm (5.2") high and 50.4 cm (19.8") deep.
Infinite 7 :
34.5 Kg (76.1 pounds) net.
38.0 Kg (83.7 pounds) shipping weight.
Infinite 8 :
39.5 Kg (87.0 pounds) net.
44.0 Kg (97.0 pounds) shipping weight.
Connect to input 1 only and use the two CH1 speakon outputs or both + binding posts.
Use +1 for signal + and +2 for signal - Minimum impedance in bridge mode must be 4 ohms, i.e. one 8 ohm load from each speakon. The amplifier is mono when running in bridge mode and both CH1 speakons output the same signal. When using the binding posts for bridge mode, CH 1 + terminal is signal + and CH2 + terminal is signal -
Input 1 is linked to input 2. Connect to input 1 or input 2, the same signal will output from both CH1 and CH2 outputs. Each channels level is set with its own level control.
Note that parallel operation on Infinite amplifiers is not like the parallel mode on some amplifiers that allow you to drive into very low impedances. Parallel mode on Infinite series amplifiers makes both inputs receive the same signal.
VSP Velocity Sense Protection
All version 2 Infinite amplifiers are equipped with velocity sensing protection.
The VSP circuit monitors back EMF and will attenuate the output for a very brief period if the amplifier detects over excursion or potential damage to a speaker.
If very severe overload conditions are detected and speaker failure is imminent, the amplifier will mute its output for a brief period. Reducing the amplifiers output level will stop the protection circuit from muting the output in this situation.
Please note that the VSP circuit can only assist with protecting your speakers.
It in no way guarantees complete protection against any component failure and safe working practices should always be followed with regard to matching amplifier output levels to speaker input ratings.
Onboard Filter Network
The onboard filter network allows both Hi and Lo pass filters to be set on individual channels. A typical arrangement might be to set a Lo pass filter on channel 1 and use it to drive bass speakers and to set a Hi pass filter on channel 2 and use it to drive midtop speakers. The frequency select switch would be used to set the crossover frequency in this case. The crossover frequency can be 90Hz, 120Hz or 160Hz.
Both Hi and Lo sections of the crossover are also output from the 4 rear panel jack sockets, permitting the onboard crossover to feed other amplifiers in the system. The Hi outputs are from the Hi Pass section and the Lo outputs are from Lo Pass section. This allows for the amplifier with the crossover to drive bass speakers and other amplifiers to drive midtop speakers, or vice versa. Note that the crossover outs, output both Lo and Hi crossover sections irrespective of what the amplifiers channel filters are set to.
This unit has very sophisticated circuitry and should only be serviced by a fully trained technician.
No user serviceable parts inside
Refer servicing to a qualified technician
Service may be obtained from your local authorised service centre. To obtain service, simply present your sales receipt as proof of purchase along with the defective unit to an authorised service centre. They will handle the necessary paperwork and repair.
Remember to transport your unit in the original factory packaging.
1. When sending an infinite Series product to an authorised service centre for service, please write a detailed description of the fault and list any other equipment used in conjunction with the faulty product. Send the fault description with the faulty product, do not send it separately.
2. Ensure safe transportation of your unit to the authorised service centre. Ship it in the original factory packaging if possible.
3. Do not ship the unit in any kind of rack. Ignoring this warning may result in extensive damage to the unit and the equipment rack. Accessories are not needed. Do not send the instruction manual, cables or any other hardware.
4. Before returning your faulty product for repair, please remember to get a return authorisation number from the dealer whom you purchased your product from.
Failure to do so could delay the repair of your product.
Please take time to fill out the warranty registration form at the back of this manual and return it to Void Acoustics.
If you want to dispose of this product, do not mix with general
household waste. There are separate collection systems for used
electronic products in accordance with legislation under the WEEE
Directive (Directive 2002/96/EC) and is effective only within the
This product is Rohs compliant
For a period of three (3) years from the date of delivery to the original purchaser (as shown on the original invoice or sales receipt), Void Acoustics (hereinafter "Void") warrants to the
ORIGINAL OWNER of each new Infinite Series product (provided it was purchased at an
Authorised Void Dealer) that it is free of defects in materials and workmanship and that each product will meet or exceed all factory published specifications for each respective model.
Void agrees to repair or replace (at its discretion) all defective parts at no charge for labour or materials; subject to following provisions:
Void shall take no responsibility for repair or replacement as specified under this warranty, if the damaged product has been subject to misuse, accident, neglect or failure to comply with normal maintenance procedures; or if the serial number has been defaced, altered or removed. Nor will Void accept responsibility for, or resulting from, improper alterations or unauthorised parts or repairs. This warranty does not cover any damage to speakers or any other consequential damage resulting from breach of any written or implied warranty.
VOID WARRANTY PROVISIONS
Void will remedy any defect, regardless of the reason for failure (except as excluded) by repair, or replacement. Void will remedy the defect and ship the product within a reasonable time after receipt of the defective product at an Void Authorised Service Centre.
TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE
In the event that a Void product requires service, the Owner must contact Void or an
Authorised Void Service Centre to receive an R.A.N. (Return Authorisation Number) and instructions on how to return the product to the Void Authorised Service Centre, or to the factory. Void (or its Authorised Service Centre) will initiate corrective repairs upon receipt of the returned product. Please save the original carton and all the packing materials in case shipping is required. All products being returned to the factory or service centre for repairs must be shipped prepaid.
If the repairs made by Void or the Void Authorised Service Centre are not satisfactory, the
Owner is instructed to give written notice to Void. If the defect or malfunction remains after a reasonable amount of attempts by Void to remedy the defect or malfunction, the Owner shall then have the option to elect either a refund or replacement of said Void product free of charge. The refund shall be an amount equal to but not greater than the actual purchase price, not including any taxes, interest, insurance, closing costs and other finance charges
(minus reasonable depreciation on the product). If a refund is necessary, the Owner must make the defective or malfunctioning product available to Void free and clear of all liens or other restrictions.
MODIFICATIONS OF EQUIPMENT
Void reserves the right to modify or change equipment (in whole or part) at any time prior to delivery thereof, in order to include therein electrical or mechanical improvements deemed appropriate by Void, but without incurring any liability to modify or change any equipment previously delivered, or to supply new equipment in accordance with any earlier specifications.
DISCLAIMER OF CONSEQUENTIAL AND INCIDENTAL DAMAGES
YOU, THE OWNER, ARE NOT ENTITLED TO RECOVER FROM VOID ANY INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES RESULTING FROM ANY DEFECT IN THE VOID PRODUCT. THIS INCLUDES
ANY DAMAGE TO ANOTHER PRODUCT OR PRODUCTS RESULTING FROM SUCH A
No person has the authority to enlarge, amend, or modify this Warranty. This Warranty is not extended by the length of time which the Owner is deprived of the use of product. Repairs and replacement parts provided pursuant to the Warranty shall carry only the non-expired portion of the Warranty.
THIS STATEMENT OF WARRANTY SUPERSEDES ALL OTHERS CONTAINED IN THIS
Technical and design specifications are subject to change without notice
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