Model PM7200 User Guide Integrated Amplifier

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Model PM7200 User Guide
Integrated Amplifier
— Never place heavy objects on top of the amplifier.
— Should foreign matter or water get into the interior of the amplifier,
immediately turn it off and contact your original dealer or Marantz
service provider.
WARNINGS
— Never pull on the mains lead when unplugging the amplifier.
Grasp the plug itself.
Do not expose the equipment to rain or moisture.
Do not remove the cover from the equipment.
Do not insert anything into the equipment through the ventilation
holes.
Do not handle the mains lead with wet hands.
Do not cover the ventilation with any items such as tablecloths,
newspapers,curtains,etc.
No naked flame sources,such as lighted candles,should be
placed on the equipment.
When disposing of used batteries, please comply with
governmental regulations or environmental public instruction’s
rules that apply in your country or area.
— It is always a good idea to disconnect the amplifier from the
mains supply whenever leaving it unattended for long periods
or during thunderstorms.
CONNECTIONS
(Figure 1)
CONNECTING A TUNER
EQUIPMENT MAINS WORKING SETTING
Connect the output jacks of your stereo tuner to the TUNER jacks of
this amplifier.
This Marantz product is available in two different variations, depending on geographical area. One variation has a preset mains voltage
(230V for General Europe model and U.K. model), while the other
variation features variable voltage that can be selected using a voltage selector on rear panel (110V, 120V, 220V, 240V).
The voltage selector must be set for your local mains voltage before
any connection to the mains supply. If you need to change its voltage
setting, consult your dealer your local Marantz service provider.
ENGLISH
Be sure to read this section before any connection to the mains
supply.
FRANÇAIS
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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FOREWORD
Recording and playback of any material may require previous consent. Refer to the following for further information.
Connect the L (Left) output cord of the turntable to the “L”PHONO
jack of this amplifier, and the R (Right) output cord to the “R”PHONO
jack. If the turntable has a ground wire, make sure you connect it to
the GND terminal of this amplifier. The GND terminal does not need
to be connected if the turntable does not have a ground wire.
— Copyright Act 1956
CONNECTING A TAPE DECK
— Dramatic and Musical Performers Act 1958
— Any subsequent statutory enactments and orders
Connect the IN (recording input) jacks of the tape recorder to the
TAPE OUT jack of this amplifier, and the OUT (playback output)
jacks of the tape recorder to the TAPE IN jack.
ABOUT THIS USER’S GUIDE
CONNECTING A PROCESSOR
Figure numbers refer to the illustrations located at the back of this
User’s Manual. Numbers assigned to parts and controllers match
the callout numbers used inside the illustrations.
ALL UPPER-CASE BOLD type indicates the name of a connection
or controller as it is actually marked on the amplifier.
Connect the IN jacks of the processor to the PROCESSOR OUT
jack of this amplifier, and the OUT jacks of the processor to the
PROCESSOR IN jack. When not used, leave these jacks connected
with the supplied connecting pins.
PRECAUTIONS
You amplifier has two sets of SPEAKER SYSTEM terminals, which
means you can connect either one or two speaker systems.
COPYRIGHT
— Performers Protection Acts 1963 and 1972
CONNECTING A SPEAKER SYSTEM
Note the following important precautions whenever operating the
amplifier.
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CONNECTING A TURNTABLE
ITALIANO
Connect the output jacks of your CD player to the CD jacks of this
amplifier.
NEDERLANDS
CONNECTING A COMPACT DISC PLAYER
NOTE:
•
Connecting One Speaker System
Note the following points when connecting a single speaker system.
— Make sure ventilation holes are not blocked or covered.
— Locate the amplifier on a surface that is free of vibration.
— The impedance of each speaker should be between 8 and 16
ohms. Connecting a speaker with impedance less than 8 ohms
can causes activation of the amplifier’s protection circuitry during play, making normal stereo playback impossible.
— Choose a place where the amplifier will not be exposed to interference from an external source.
— Connect the right channel speaker to the amplifier’s R terminals, and the left channel speaker to the L terminals.
— Avoid excessive heat, cold, moisture, and dust.
— The output terminals have positive (+: red) and negative (–: black)
polarity. Each speaker must also have the same polarity (+/–).
Be sure to match the polarity of the amplifier with that of the
speakers (+ with +, – with –) when making connections.
— Ensure that air can circulate freely around the amplifier.
— Keep the amplifier out of direct sunlight.
— Do not locate the amplifier where it will be exposed to electrostatic charge.
•
Connecting Two Speaker Systems
DANSK
Make sure that the impedance of each speaker is at least 16 ohms.
Connecting a speaker with impedance less than 16 ohms can causes
activation of the amplifier’s protection circuitry during play, making
normal stereo playback impossible.
SVENSKA
Take a few moments to consider the following points before choosing a place for the amplifier.
PORTUGUÊS
Turn the kobes on the speaker terminals by hand. (Do not use a
tool to turn the knobs.)
SELECTING A LOCATION
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FRANÇAIS
CONTROLS, CONNECTORS,
!3 CLASS A INDICATOR
AND INDICATORS
This indicator lights when the amplifier is in the Class A operation
mode. See “@3 Class A Switch” for details.
(Figure 2)
!4 TAPE,CD-R/MD SELECTOR BUTTONS
Press one of these switches to select a connected tape deck or
CD-R(MD) for monitoring or playback. Pressing a tape,CD-R/MD
selector switch causes the indicator above it to light.
Pressing a TAPE,CD-R/MD SELECTOR button while the amplifier
is in the Standby Mode automatically turns power back on.
q REMOTE CONTROL BUS TERMINALS (REMOTE
CONT. BUS)
These terminals can used to connect other audio equipment that is
equipped with a remote control bus terminal. Connection requires a
special cable. The bus OUT terminal sends signal to the connected
equipment, while the bus IN terminals receive signals.
!5 INPUT SELECTOR
Use this selector to specify PHONO, CD, TUNER, AUX 1, or AUX 2
as the program source for recording or play. Selecting a program
source causes the indicator above it to light.
Changing the INPUT SELECTOR setting while the amplifier is in
the Standby Mode automatically turns power back on.
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NEDERLANDS
DEUTSCH
w AUX1/AUX2 INPUT JACKS
These auxiliary input jacks can be used to connect the audio output
of a TV multiplex/stereo audio tuner, VCR, laserdisc system, or other
AV component audio output.
!6 REMOTE SENSOR
e TUNER INPUT JACKS
r CD INPUT JACKS
The remote sensor receive infrared commands from the remote control unit. Note that the remote control unit must be pointed directly
at the remote sensor for proper operation.
Connect these jacks to the output jacks of your compact disc player.
!7 VOLUME CONTROL
t PHONO INPUT JACKS
Rotate this knob clockwise to increase volume, and counter-clockwise to decrease volume.
Connect these jacks to the output jacks of your tuner.
Connect these jacks to the output jacks of your turntable. These
input jack are exclusive for a turntable equipped with MM (Moving
Magnet) cartridge.
!8 MUTING INDICATOR
This indicator lights when muting is activated by pressing the remote
control unit’s MUTE button.
y TAPE, CD-R/MD IN/OUT JACKS
Connect these jacks to the play (output) and record (input) jacks of
your recorders. Up to two decks can be connected.
IMPORTANT:
Be sure to double check the VOLUME control setting before press
ing the remote control unit’s MUTE button to cancel muting.
Restoring audio output while the VOLUME control setting is too
high can damage your speakers.
u PROCESSOR IN/OUT JACKS
Use these jacks to connect a graphic equalizer or other analog audio
processor. When not used, leave these jacks connected with the
supplied connecting pins.
!9 BALANCE CONTROL
i GROUND TERMINAL
Rotate this knob to shift the balance of stereo output left and right.
Note that turning the BALANCE control all the way in either direction
causes output from the other side to be eliminated entirely.
If your turntable has a grounding wire, connect it to this terminal.
@0 RECORD (REC) SELECTOR SWITCH
Connect your speaker system(s) to these terminals. There are two
sets of terminals, so you can connect either one or two speaker
systems.
Use this switch to select recording between the tape deck and CDR(MD) or recording of the signsl selected by the INPUT SELSCTOR
SWITCH and out put from the REC OUT jacks.
See the note under “Tape Deck CD-R(MD) Operation” on page 6 for
full details about settings.
!0 AC OUTLETS (SWITCHED)
Connect the power cord of another piece of equipment (VCR, tuner,
CD) when you want the power of the connected equipment automatically turned on whenever you turn on this amplifier. For this to
work correctly, the power switch of the connected equipment must
be left on. Normally, the audio output of the connected equipment
is also connected to this amplifier. Note that the total power consumption of the connected all equipment must not exceed 100W.
@1 SOURCE DIRECT SWITCH
Press this switch to turn source direct on (depressed) and off
(raised). When source direct is turned on, the audio signal path is
as short and direct as possible in order to enjoy high-quality sources
under the best conditions possible.
NOTE:
Tape and CD-R(MD) playback and recording are not possible when
the SOURCE DIRECT switch is on. The TONE and BALANCE
controls are also disabled. Any graphic equalizer or other such
component that is connected to the PROCESSOR IN/OUT jacks
will not have any effect. In order to use any of these components
or controls, it is necessary to turn the SOURCE DIRECT switch off.
!1 POWER CORD
Connect the power cord to a standard household power outlet.
!2 POWER SWITCH
Press this switch to turn power on (depressed) and off (raised). Note
that the power of any equipment connected to the switched AC outlet on the rear panel (see 10 above) is also turned on and off by
operating this switch.
Turning on the power causes the POWER indicator to light, and the
POWER indicator goes out when power is turned off.
While the POWER switch is in the ON position (depressed), you
can put use the remote control unit’s SYSTEM POWER ON and OFF
button to switch the amplifier between standby (indicated when the @6
STANDBY indicator is lit) and power on.
@2 BASS AND TREBLE TONE CONTROLS
Use these controls to control the levels of their corresponding frequency bands. TREBLE adjusts the high frequency band, while
BASS adjusts the low frequency band. Rotating a control towards
(+) enhance the frequency band, while rotating towards (–)
attenuates the frequency band.
DANSK
SVENSKA
PORTUGUÊS
ITALIANO
o SPEAKER SYSTEMS
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@3 CLASS A SWITCH
OPERATION
Press this switch while amplifier power is turned off to switch between
Class A (25W, 8 ohms) and Class AB (95W, 8 ohms) amplifier operation.
The CLASS A indicator is lit while CLASS A operation is selected, and
Class AB operation is indicated when the CLASS A indicator is not lit.
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INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER PM7200
INPUT SELECTOR
VOLUME
IMPORTANT:
PHONO
TUNER
CD
TAPE
The top cover may become hot during CLASS A operation, but this
does not indicate malfunction. Note, however, that you should never
place anything on top of this amplifier. Doing so can block ventilation
holes, resulting a build up of heat and malfunction of or damage to
the amplifier.
AUX1
AUX2
CD-R/MD
MUTE
CD-R/MD
BASS
TREBLE
MIN
REC SELECTOR
POWER ON/OFF
PHONES
STANDBY
1
SPEAKERS
2
OFF
SOURCE
TAPE
MAX
BALANCE
CLASS A
CD-R
SOURCE DIRECT
CD-R TAPE
COPY
ON
OFF
-
+
-
+
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
L
R
3
@4 SPEAKER SWITCHES 1/2
FRANÇAIS
TAPE
TO PLAY AN ANALOG RECORD
@6 STANDBY INDICATOR
2. Play the record on the turntable.
This indicator is lit while the amplifier is in the Standby Mode. Pressing the remote control unit’s POWER buttons switches the amplifier
between standby and power on.
3. Use VOLUME to adjust volume, and BASS and TREBLE to adjust the tone.
1. Set INPUT SELECTOR to PHONO.
NOTE:
•
Be sure the set VOLUME to is minimum setting before placing
the stylus onto the record or before replacing the turntable’s cartridge.
•
Never subject the turntable to shock or vibration while a record
is playing. This can cause the stylus to jump and possible
damage the record.
•
Locating your turntable too close to the speakers can cause howling, which will make it impossible to use higher volume settings.
•
Never turn off power while the stylus is in contact with the surface
of the record.
TO LISTEN TO AN FM/AM BROADCAST
NEDERLANDS
Use the jack to plug in headphones that are equipped with a
standard phone jack.
ESPAÑOL
@5 PHONES JACK
DEUTSCH
Perform the applicable operation on the connected
equipment.
Use these switches to turn speaker output on (depressed) and off
(raised). You can turn off speaker output when listening to output
over headphones.
1. Set INPUT SELECTOR to TUNER.
3. Use VOLUME to adjust volume, and BASS and TREBLE to adjust the tone.
TO PLAY A COMPACT DISC
1. Set INPUT SELECTOR to CD.
ITALIANO
2. Tune in the desired station on the tuner.
2. Play a CD on the CD player.
TO PLAY EQUIPMENT CONNECTED TO THE AUX 1 OR
AUX 2 JACKS
1. Set INPUT SELECTOR to AUX1 or AUX2.
2. Set up the connected equipment for play.
DANSK
SVENSKA
3. Use VOLUME to adjust volume, and BASS and TREBLE to adjust the tone.
PORTUGUÊS
3. Use VOLUME to adjust volume, and BASS and TREBLE to adjust the tone.
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TAPE DECK CD-R(MD) OPERATION
USING THE REC SELECTOR
Use the REC SELECTOR E to specify the type of recording you
want to perform.
1. The OFF setting cuts off all signal output from the REC OUT
jacks. Note that REC SELECTOR Eshould normally be in the
OFF setting except when you are recording to tape. The OFF
setting shortens the signal path within the amplifier, which
minimizes crosstalk and other factors that can cause deterioration of the sound.
INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER PM7200
INPUT SELECTOR
VOLUME
TAPE
PHONO
TUNER
CD
DEUTSCH
FRANÇAIS
TAPE
AUX1
AUX2
CD-R/MD
MUTE
CD-R/MD
BASS
TREBLE
MIN
REC SELECTOR
POWER ON/OFF
PHONES
STANDBY
1
SPEAKERS
2
OFF
SOURCE
TAPE
MAX
BALANCE
CLASS A
CD-R
SOURCE DIRECT
CD-R TAPE
COPY
ON
OFF
-
+
-
+
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
L
R
2. SOURCE sets up for recording the signal from the source selected by INPUT SELECTOR C.
3. COPY sets up for recording from TAPE to CD-R, or from CD-R
to TAPE. You can listen to the output from another source while
recording in the COPY position by selecting the source you want
with INPUT SELECTOR C.
Perform the applicable operation on the connected tape
deck.
TO PLAY BACK FROM A TAPE
1. Press TAPE A to the indicator above the switch is lit.
2. Play a tape on the tape deck.
3. Use VOLUME B to adjust volume.
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NEDERLANDS
4. Use BASS and TREBLE D to adjust the tone.
NOTE:
You can play back from a tape regardless of the INPUT SELECTOR C setting.
TO RECORD TO A TAPE
1. Set INPUT SELECTOR C to PHONO, CD, TUNER, AUX 1, or
AUX 2 to select the source you want to record from.
2. Use the REC SELECTOR E to specify the type of recording
you want to perform.
3. Start play on the selected source.
4. Perform the applicable operation on the connected tape deck
to record the output from the selected source.
NOTE:
DANSK
SVENSKA
PORTUGUÊS
ITALIANO
The SOURCE DIRECT switch must be turned off (raised) in order
to record to a tape deck. Recording will not possible when
SOURCE DIRECT is turned on (depressed).
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CD BUTTON
The RC8000PM remote control unit can be used to control any
Marantz AV equipment that has a remote sensor, as well as other
Marantz equipment connected to the main equipment’s remote
control bus. The buttons of the remote control unit are arranged on
the control panel according to functional groups as shown in the
illustration below.
See the relevant user manuals for details on combination equipment
as operation content may differ depending on the equipment
combined.
The following are the functions assigned to control buttons after the
CD amplifier source button is pressed.
BUTTON NAME
FUNCTION
None
Pause
SYSTEM POWER SOURCE
ON
OFF ON/OFF AMP
TUNER CD-R
AUX1
AUX2
TAPE
MD
1
2
3
A, F/P
4
5
6
B, - / - -
0
+
MODE
MEMO
Previous Track
A, F/P
Disc Select down
B, –/––
Disc Select up
MODE
Auto Music Scan (AMS)
MEMO
Store
TEXT (MODE 1)
Text
TIME (MODE 2)
Time
Next Track
1—MODE—2
SCROLL CANCEL TEXT TIME
Previous Track
MUTE
OPEN/
CLOSE
SCROLL
Scroll
CANCEL
Cancel
VOLUME
RC8000PM
SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROLLER
TUNER BUTTON
The following are the functions assigned to control buttons after the
TUNER amplifier source button is pressed.
z Amplifier Source Buttons*
x
Use these buttons to select the amplifier’s program source.
Player Operation Buttons
BUTTON NAME
Use these buttons to control operation of a VCR, CD player,
etc.
Tuning up
Tuning down
Use these buttons to input buttons for control of a tuner, CD
player, etc.
None
v Player/Tuner Auxiliary Operation Buttons
None
Use these buttons to control the mode switching and track jump
operations of a tuner, CD, etc.
None
b Amplifier Operation Buttons
Use these buttons to control power on/Standby, volume level, etc.
SYSTEM POWER ON : Power supply is ON for the Unit.
SYSTEM POWER OFF : Power supply is OFF for the Unit.
SOURCE ON/OFF :
Power supply is ON/OFF for equipment selected by
the z button.
MUTE
: Mutes amp(this equipment’s) sound.
VOL
: Increases this equipment’s volume.
VOL
: Decreases this equipment’s volume.
Pressing an amplifier source button in group z to select a source
causes the buttons in groups x, c and v to take on functions
to control the selected source equipment (except for PHONO
and AMP button). The following tables shows the functions of
buttons in these groups for each available amplifier source.
OPEN/CLOSE
None
+
Preset up
–
Preset down
A, F/P
Channel/Frequency/Preset
B, –/––
1/2/3 Digits
MODE
Stereo/Mono
MEMO
Store
TEXT (MODE 1)
None
TIME (MODE 2)
None
None
None
SCROLL
Display
CANCEL
Cancel
DANSK
*
FUNCTION
None
c Numeric Key Pad
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Next Track
–
ITALIANO
—
8
+
PORTUGUÊS
7
Open/Close
SVENSKA
CD
OPEN/CLOSE
DEUTSCH
Fast-reverse
NEDERLANDS
Fast-forward
FRANÇAIS
Play
Stop
PHONO
ENGLISH
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC 8000PM
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ENGLISH
CD-R BUTTON
AUX 2 BUTTON
The following are the functions assigned to control buttons after the
CD-R amplifier source button is pressed.
The following are the functions assigned to control buttons after the
AUX 2 amplifier source button is pressed.
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NEDERLANDS
DEUTSCH
FRANÇAIS
BUTTON NAME
FUNCTION
VCR Play
Fast-forward
VCR Fast-forward
Fast-reverse
VCR Rewind
None
None
Stop
VCR Stop
VCR Pause
OPEN/CLOSE
Open/Close
OPEN/CLOSE
Tape Eject
+
Next track
+
Step up
–
Previous track
–
Step down
A, F/P
None
A, F/P
Channel/Preset
B, –/––
None
B, –/––
1/2/3 Digits
MODE
Auto Music Scan (AMS)
MODE
Sound Select
MEMO
Store
MEMO
Store (Memo Rew.)
TEXT (MODE 1)
Text
TEXT (MODE 1)
Text ↔ TV Station
TIME (MODE 2)
Time
TIME (MODE 2)
Scroll Display (Time)
Next track
VCR Fast Run FWD
Previous track
VCR Fast Run REV
SCROLL
Scroll
SCROLL
None
CANCEL
Cancel
CANCEL
None
AUX 1 BUTTON
TAPE BUTTON
The following are the functions assigned to control buttons after the
AUX 1 amplifier source button is pressed.
The following are the functions assigned to control buttons after the
TAPE amplifier source button is pressed.
ITALIANO
PORTUGUÊS
BUTTON NAME
Pause
BUTTON NAME
FUNCTION
BUTTON NAME
FUNCTION
VCR Play
Play
VCR Fast-forward
Fast-forward
VCR Rewind
Rewind
None
Direction Switch
VCR Stop
Stop
VCR Pause
Pause
OPEN/CLOSE
Tape Eject
OPEN/CLOSE
Eject
+
Channel/Program up
+
Next
–
Channel/Program down
–
Previous
A, F/P
Channel/Frequency/Preset
A, F/P
Deck A
B, –/––
1/2/3 Digits
B, –/––
Deck B
MODE
Sound Select
MODE
Auto Music Scan (AMS)
MEMO
Store
MEMO
Store
TEXT (MODE 1)
TV Station ↔ Text
TEXT (MODE 1)
Scroll Display (Text)
TIME (MODE 2)
Scroll Display (Time)
TIME (MODE 2)
Scroll Display (Time)
VCR Fast Run FWD
Next
VCR Fast Run REV
Previous
SCROLL
None
SCROLL
None
CANCEL
None
CANCEL
Cancel
DANSK
SVENSKA
FUNCTION
Play
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When operating the remote control unit (RC8000PM), point its transmitter directly at the remote sensor, which is located on the front of
the amplifier. Make sure the remote control unit is no further than
about 5 meters from the remote sensor. Remote control operation
may not be possible if the remote control unit’s transmitter is not
pointing directly at the remote sensor, or if there is an obstruction
between the transmitter and sensor.
FUNCTION
Play
Fast-forward
Rewind
Remote Control Operating Range
None
Stop
Pause
Previous
A, F/P
Edit
B, –/––
Enter
MODE
Monitor
MEMO
Store
TEXT (MODE 1)
None
TIME (MODE 2)
Time
60°
Remote Control Unit RC8000PM
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT BATTERIES
Remote control unit batteries should last for about one year under
normal conditions. Replace batteries as soon as possible whenever
they show signs of running low. Also, be sure to remove the batteries
if you do not plan to use the remote control unit for a long time.
Next
Previous
CANCEL
Delete
TO LOAD REMOTE CONTROL UNIT BATTERIES
(1) Remove the battery compartment cover.
Back of Remote Control Unit
(RC8000PM)
(2) Load two batteries, making sure their positive (+) and
negative (–) ends are facing correctly.
Two AA-size (R6) (UM-3) batteries
PORTUGUÊS
Scroll
(3) Slide the battery compartment cover back into place and
press until it clicks shut.
DANSK
SCROLL
DEUTSCH
–
Approximately 5 meters
NEDERLANDS
Next
ESPAÑOL
Eject
+
ITALIANO
OPEN/CLOSE
SVENSKA
BUTTON NAME
ENGLISH
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
The following are the functions assigned to control buttons after the
MD amplifier source button is pressed.
FRANÇAIS
MD BUTTON
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MODEL PM7200 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power output (class AB operation)
RMS 8 ohms (20 Hz-20 kHz) .......................................................................................................... 95 W
DIN 8 ohms .................................................................................................................................... 105 W
THD at 8 ohms RMS rated output ................................................................................................ 0.03%
Damping factor ................................................................................................................................... 150
Power output (classA operation)
RMS 8 ohms (20 Hz-20 kHz) .......................................................................................................... 25 W
DIN 8 ohms ...................................................................................................................................... 28 W
THD at 8 ohms RMS rated output ............................................................................................... 0.03 %
Damping factor ................................................................................................................................... 150
IHF dynamic power (class AB operation)
8 ohms ............................................................................................................................................ 120 W
IHF dynamic power (classA operation)
8 ohms .............................................................................................................................................. 35 W
Magnetic cartridge input
Input sensitivity impedance ......................................................................................... 2.5 mV/47 kOhm
Accuracy of frequency response to IEC RIAA ............................................................................. 0.5 dB
Signal to noise ratio ........................................................................................................................ 85 dB
Tuner/CD/Aux/Tape inputs
Input sensitivity impedance ........................................................................................ 150 mV/40 kOhm
Signal to noise ratio ........................................................................................................................ 88 dB
Frequency response (–1 dB limits, Source Direct) ........................................................ 10 Hz - 50 kHz
Tone characteristic (100 Hz and 10 kHz) ...................................................................................... ±8 dB
Channel separation (1 kHz/10 kHz, Source direct) ........................................................... > 80/> 70 dB
General
Power Requirements ..................................................................................................... 230V AC, 50 Hz
Dimensions
Width ...................................................................................................................................... 440 mm
Height ..................................................................................................................................... 159 mm
Depth .................................................................................................................................. 374.5 mm
Weight
Unit alone ............................................................................................................................... 12.3 kg
Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
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Dimensions
20
327.5
374.5
[mm]
440
INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER PM7200
INPUT SELECTOR
VOLUME
PHONO
CD
TUNER
TAPE
AUX1
AUX2
CD-R/MD
MUTE
CD-R/MD
MIN
REC SELECTOR
PHONES
STANDBY
1
SPEAKERS
2
BASS
OFF
SOURCE
TAPE
MAX
TREBLE
BALANCE
CLASS A
CD-R
SOURCE DIRECT
CD-R TAPE
COPY
ON
OFF
-
+
-
+
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
L
R
13
POWER ON/OFF
146
159
TAPE
75
Tape Deck
Processor
Input
Output
Output
Input
Tuner
PROCESSOR
SPEAKER SYSTEMS
IN
IN
SYSTEM 1
:
SYSTEM 2
:
SYSTEM 1+2 :
CD-R/MD
8 - 16 OHMS
8 - 16 OHMS
16 OHMS
OUT
OUT
R
SYSTEM 2
L
R
SYSTEM 1
L
IN
AUX2
TAPE
OUT
AUX1
TUNER
R
L
CD
R
L
PHONO
Output
CD player
Turntable
NOTE:
Turn the knobs on the speaker terminals by hand.
(Do not use a tool to turn the knobs.)
R
SYSTEM 2
L
R
SYSTEM 1
L
5 mm
Loosen the terminal
Insert the core
Tighten the terminal
Connecttion of speaker cable
Figure 1
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PROCESSOR
IN
SPEAKER SYSTEMS
SYSTEM 1
:
8- 16 OHMS
SYSTEM 2
:
8- 16 OHMS
SYSTEM 1 + 2 :
16 OHMS
IN
CD-R/MD
OUT
OUT
+
—SYSTEM 2 —
R
L
+
IN
AUX2
TAPE
OUT
AUX1
TUNER
R
SWITCHED
TOTAL 100W MAX
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
CD
R
+
L
—SYSTEM 1 —
R
L
IN
+
OUT
PHONO
230V
50HZ
AC OUTLETS
INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER PM7200
INPUT SELECTOR
VOLUME
TAPE
PHONO
CD
TUNER
TAPE
AUX1
AUX2
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