McIntosh-C28-Instruction-Manual

McIntosh-C28-Instruction-Manual
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C 28
C- MODE SELECTOR
For all stereo program material use the STEREO
or STEREO R E V E R S E positions. All other positions are designed to handle monophonic programs.
SOLID STATE STEREO PREAMPLIFIER
D- VOLUME ON/OFF
Turns the AC power to the C 28 on and adjusts
loudness of sound to suit your taste.
A- BALANCE/COMP
BALANCE: Adjust for unequal loudness of
sound caused by room acoustics or program
material. One speaker is made louder than the
other. The BALANCE control is the outer
knob.
E- BASS
The low frequency program material is modified
to suit your taste.
F- PUSHBUTTONS
TAPE 1: IN - Monitor the program being recorded on TAPE recorder 1.
OUT - Hear the program recorded on
TAPE recorder 1.
COMP: Three position switch that selects from
PRESence response shaped to emphasize the
upper mid frequencies. FLAT: unmodified
response. LOUDness: frequency response is
adjusted as volume is reduced to compensate
for hearing losses at low volumes.
TAPE 2: IN - Monitor the program being recorded on TAPE recorder 2
OUT - Hear the program recorded on
TAPE recorder 2
B- INPUT SELECTOR
AUX: Connects any source (requiring flat amplification) plugged into AUX jacks on the back
panel, to the high level input stages.
TAPE COPY: Interconnects TAPE 1 and TAPE
2 connectors ID permit making duplicates of
recorded tape without interfering with the
program being heard.
TUNER: Connects the output of a tuner plugged
into the TUNER jacks on the back panel, to
the high level input stages.
LF:
PHONO 1: Connects the output of a record player or turntable plugged into the PHONO 1
jacks on the back panel, to the low level preamplifier stages.
HF: IN - High frequencies are reduced to suppress unwanted noise.
OUT - Flat response.
PHONO 2: Connects the output of a second record player or turntable plugged into the
PHONO 2 jacks on the back panel, to the low
level preamplifier stages.
MAIN: (Speakers when properly connected in
the back panel.)
IN - MAIN speakers off,
OUT - MAIN speakers on.
MUST BE OUT FOR NORMAL LISTENING.
MIC: Connects the output of a microphone
plugged into the MIC jacks on the back panel,
to the low level preamplifier stages.
REMOTE: IN - REMOTE speakers off.
OUT - REMOTE speakers on,
TAPE HEAD: Connects the output of any tape
head (a tape deck without its own electronics)
plugged into the T. HEAD jacks on the back
panel, to the low level preamplifier stages.
G- T R E B L E
The high frequency program material is modified
to suit your taste.
C
B
A
E
IN - Low frequencies are reduced to
suppress unwanted noise.
OUT — Flat response,
F
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