Triple 8 and 10 in. Powered Subwoofers OWNER`S MANUAL

OWNER’S MANUAL
ES-SUB-TRP8-300-BLK
Triple 8 and 10 in.
Powered Subwoofers
ES-SUB-TRP10-500-BLK
ES-SUB-TRP Installation and Users Manual
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus in or near rain or moisture.
1. Read and keep these instructions for future reference.
2. Do not use this apparatus near water.
3. Clean only with a dry cloth.
4. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install according to manufacturer’s instructions.
5. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
6. Do not override the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade
or the third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
7. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plug, convenience receptacles, and
the point where it exits from the apparatus.
8. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
9. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table specified by the manufacturer,
or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the
cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
10. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
11. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged
in any way, such as when the power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
12. To completely disconnect this equipment from the AC mains, disconnect the power supply cord plug from
the AC receptacle
13. This is CLASS II apparatus with double insulation, and no protective earth provided.
14.Do not expose this equipment to dripping or splashing and ensure that no objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, are placed on the equipment.
15.To completely disconnect this equipment from the ac mains, disconnect the power supply cord plug from the ac
receptacle.
16.The main plug of the power supply cord shall remain readily operable.
CAUTION
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK
OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO
NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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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.
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.
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WELCOME TO EPISODE®
Episode® is one of the most highly-regarded brands of speakers available today. We appreciate your business
and we stand committed to providing our customers with the highest degree of quality and service in the industry.
Episode® subwoofers are a superb choice for bass reinforcement of almost every type of audio system. They have
been designed with advanced technology components that accurately reproduce low frequencies in all types of music
and movies. For optimum system performance, we recommend pairing them with our acclaimed Episode® loudspeakers.
FEATURES
>>WORLD-CLASS BASH® HYBRID AMPLIFIER TECHNOLOGY
Incorporates the latest BASH® amplifier technology to maximize performance while generating little heat. In standby mode, the
subwoofer consumes less than 0.5 watts making it one of the “greenest” solutions available.
>>HIGH-GLOSS CABINET
Attractive furniture-quality cabinet provides the ultimate in rigidity and sound clarity.
>>TUNED SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
Offers rear-mounted, low-pass crossover adjustment and a switchable phase control (0 or 180 degrees) to ensure optimal system
integration, giving a seamless blend for an unbelievable music and movie experience.
>>SIGNAL-SENSING FOR AUTOMATIC POWER CONTROL
There are three power mode options with an Episode® powered subwoofer: ‘On’, ‘Off’ and ‘Auto’. When the ‘Auto’ position is
selected, the subwoofer will automatically switch to a power-saving standby mode until an input signal is detected. Power will
turn on whenever a minimal amount of signal is detected on the RCA jacks, and off again when no signal is present for approximately
15 minutes.
>>GOLD-PLATED INPUTS
Features stereo RCA line-level inputs for many two-channel applications. For home theater use, the right RCA unbalanced input
also serves as an LFE (Low Frequency Effects) input for a direct connection from the receiver or processor. An XLR balanced input
is provided for clean accurate audio from receivers or processors with balanced LFE outputs. For added versatility, there are also
gold-plated, five-way binding-post inputs and outputs for speaker-level connections.
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INSTALLATION
Right
Left
b
Su
PLACING YOUR EPISODE® SUBWOOFER
Subwoofer placement can have an effect on the performance that
you receive. All rooms are different, but the strongest output will
likely occur if the subwoofer is placed in a corner of the room on
the same wall as the front channel speakers. This is known as the
boundary effect and will emphasize certain bass frequencies while
canceling others.
Center
Some listeners will find this to be the best sounding result, while
others may find it overly “boomy” or muddy. Experiment with the
placement options available to you and follow the fine tuning
instructions that follow in the “Installation” section of this manual.
Note that due to the Triple Woofer design, it is recommended that
the subwoofer is placed at a 45° angle at least 12” from the corner.
For ultimate flexibility in placement, use the Episode® Wireless
Subwoofer Transmission Kit.
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Left
Side
Right
Side
Left
Rear
Right
Rear
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SUBWOOFER CONTROLS
Your Episode® Subwoofer is suited to match nearly every home theater or music application:
ES-SUB-TRP8-300
ES-SUB-TRP8-300
LOW LEVEL
1.VOLUME: Controls the overall output level of the subwoofer.
2. CROSSOVER: Sets the low-pass crossover frequency from
40 Hz to 200Hz (LFE).
3. PHASE: Selects the subwoofer’s phaseES-SUB-TRP8-300
response from 0 to 180°.
(See FINE TUNING on pg. 9)
1
VOLUME
MAX
MIN
120Hz
OUT
80Hz
160Hz
CROSSOVER
40Hz
5. TRIGGER MODE: Sets the subwoofer’s power mode:
Always On – Always Powered On
LFE
LEFT
2
RIGHT
BALANCED
IN
3
PHASE
Trigger – Turns on when +12V is received at Trigger input
0
180
4
ALWAYS ON
Audio Sense - Turns on when a minimal amount of audio signal is received
at the audio inputs
IN
AUDIO
SENSE
TRIGGER
POWER
OUT
TRIGGER
MODE
TRIGGER IN
RIGHT
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ES-SUB-TRP10-500
-
VOLUME
1.VOLUME: Controls the overall output level of the subwoofer.
2. CROSSOVER: Sets the low-pass crossover frequency from
40 Hz to 120Hz.
CAUTION:
R
ATTENTION:
UN 180°.
FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
4. PHASE: Selects the subwoofer’s phase responseUTILISER
from 0 to
D E M E M E T Y P E E T C AL I B R E.
(See FINE TUNING on pg. 9)
5. TRIGGER MODE: Sets the subwoofer’s power mode:
Always On – Always Powered On
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1
MIN
MAX
HIGH LEVEL
IN
TRIGGER
IN
HIGH LEVEL
BALANCED
OUT
2
CROSSOVER
100-120V/220-240V
~ 50/60Hz 3.15A
120Hz
40Hz
VARIABLE
IN
3
LFE
T3.15A L 250V
OUT
4
PHASE
Trigger – Turns on when +12V is received at Trigger input
Audio Sense - Turns on when a minimal amount of audio signal is received at
the audio inputs
-
+
LEFT
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RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
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3. CROSSOVER MODE: Sets the crossover mode
home theater applications using an A/V receiver with a subwoofer output.
When LFE is selected, the crossover is set to 120Hz.
+
0
180
LOW LEVEL
IN
POWER
TRIGGER MODE
TRIGGER
ALWAYS
ON
LEFT
RIGHT
5
OUT
AUDIO
SENSE
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GETTING CONNECTED
Episode® Powered Subwoofers are among the most flexible on the market today and can be configured for use in many different applications,
as shown in the figures below.
• For line level connections, use high-quality RCA cables that feature low impedance, shielding and high-quality connectors.
• Use two-conductor loudspeaker wire for high level connections to the subwoofer and to any satellite loudspeakers that may be connected
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LOW-LEVEL INPUTS
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ES-SUB-TRP8-300
LOW LEVEL
IN
VOLUME
AV Receiver/Processor
LEFT
AUDIO
SENSE
T5A L 250V
60Hz 5A
50/60Hz 5A
120V
220 - 240V
ATTENTION:
R
CAUTION:
UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
D E M E ME T Y PE E T C A L I B R E.
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAM E TYPE FUSE AND RATING.
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HIGH LEVEL
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
OUT
TRIGGER
IN
MAX
100-120V/220-240V
~ 50/60Hz 3.15A
BALANCED
CROSSOVER
IN
HIGH LEVEL
OUT
VARIABLE
LFE
RIGHT
Switched
Outlet
LEFT
OUT
Loop to
Additional Subs
LEFT
ALWAYS
ON
AUDIO
SENSE
0
180
TRIGGER MODE
TRIGGER
ATTENTION:
R
ALWAYS
ON
UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
D E M E ME T Y PE E T C A L I B R E.
CAUTION:
LOW LEVEL
IN
LFE
T5A L 250V
POWER
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAM E TYPE FUSE AND RATING.
60Hz 5A
50/60Hz 5A
TRIGGER MODE
PHASE
120V
220 - 240V
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
-
+
VOLUME
MIN
HIGH LEVEL
IN
OUT
+12V Trigger
Out
RIGHT
IN
LOW LEVEL
180
0
PHASE
POWER
120Hz
LFE
40Hz
VARIABLE
CROSSOVER
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Loop to
Additional Subs
T3.15A L 250V
120Hz
40Hz
TRIGGER
OUT
BALANCED
or Balanced
LFE
MIN
or LFE Sub
Out
VOLUME
Left & Right
Preamp Out
MAX
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
OUT
+
LEFT
RIGHT
OUT
SIGNAL
SENSE
MADE IN CHINA
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
-
HIGH LEVEL
IN
ATTENTION:
Sub Balanced Out
LS
POWER
TRIGGER IN
MADE IN CHINA
IN
TRIGGER
IN
SUB
180
LEFT
CAUTION:
AV Receiver/Processor
L
LFE
0
UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
DE MEME
TYPE
ET CALIBRE.
RS
Loop to
Additional Subs
BALANCED
IN
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAME TYPE FUSE AND RATING.
CEN
RIGHT
PHASE
RIGHT
R
LEFT
RIGHT
HIGH LEVEL
IN
OUT
RIGHT
IN
0
POWER
PHASE
40Hz
Switched
Outlet
MODE
R
OUT
160Hz
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TRIGGER
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
MAX
CROSSOVER
ALWAYS
ON
180
LFE
40Hz
CROSSOVER
+12V Trigger
Out
LEFT
LOW LEVEL
120Hz
or Balanced
LFE
MIN
VOLUME
MAX
BALANCED
LS
TRIGGER MODE
SUB
IN
TRIGGER
IN
L
Sub Balanced Out
120Hz
80Hz
ES-SUB-TRP8-300
HIGH LEVEL
OUT
RS
MIN
TRIGGER
CEN
R
OUT
or LFE Sub
Out
VARIABLE
Left & Right
Preamp Out
LFE
Loop to
Additional Subs
HIGH LEVEL
IN
IN
VOLUME
LFE
MIN
120Hz
MAX
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80Hz
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160Hz
LEFT
CROSSOVER
HIGH-LEVEL INPUTS
40Hz
RIGHT
BALANCED
LFE
IN
PHASE
0
ES-SUB-TRP8-300
180
ALWAYS ON
SIGNAL
SENSE
TRIGGER
POWER
TRIGGER
MODE
AV Receiver/Processor
OUT
ES-SUB-TRP8-300
HIGH LEVEL
OUT
HIGH LEVEL
IN
RIGHT
Switched
Outlet
RIGHT
RIGHT
+12V Trigger
Out
LEFT
AUDIO
SENSE
-
+
LEFT
CAUTION:
60Hz 5A
50/60Hz 5A
T5A L 250V
MIN
120V
220 - 240V
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
ATTENTION:
R
CAUTION:
MADE IN CHINA
HIGH MAX
LEVEL
IN
TRIGGER
HIGH LEVEL
IN
OUT
BALANCED
CROSSOVER
100-120V/220-240V
~ 50/60Hz 3.15A
120Hz
40Hz
UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
D E M E ME T Y PE E T C A L I B R E.
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAM E TYPE FUSE AND RATING.
ATTENTION:
R
+
VOLUME
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAME TYPE FUSE AND RATING.
UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
DE MEME
TYPE
ET CALIBRE.
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
-
LEFT
ALWAYS
ON
TRIGGER MODE
TRIGGER
180
PHASE
VARIABLE
CROSSOVER
POWER
0
LFE
120Hz
40Hz
LOW LEVEL
BALANCED
MAX
VOLUME
MIN
-
IN
Sub Balanced Out
OUT
OUT
Right
+
IN
Left
TRIGGER
IN
TRIGGER IN
VARIABLE
IN
LFE
T3.15A L 250V
MADE IN CHINA
OUT
PHASE
0
180
LOW LEVEL
IN
POWER
LEFT
TRIGGER MODE
TRIGGER
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
RIGHT
ALWAYS
ON
AUDIO
SENSE
OUT
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
RIGHT
LEFT
ALWAYS
ON
60Hz 5A
50/60Hz 5A
HIGH LEVEL
OUT
T5A L 250V
60Hz 5A
50/60Hz 5A
RIGHT
ATTENTION:
CAUTION:
LEFT
UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
D E M E ME T Y PE E T C A L I B R E.
120V
220 - 240V
T5A L 250V
MADE IN CHINA
R
ATTENTION:
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAM E TYPE FUSE AND RATING.
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
HIGH LEVEL
IN
AUDIO
SENSE
CAUTION:
UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
D E M E ME T Y PE E T C A L I B R E.
MADE IN CHINA
Switched
Outlet
120V
220 - 240V
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAM E TYPE FUSE AND RATING.
R
HIGH LEVEL
OUT
HIGH LEVEL
IN
OUT
RIGHT
POWER
0
PHASE
VARIABLE
TRIGGER MODE
180
LFE
120Hz
CROSSOVER
MIN
40Hz
VOLUME
+12V Trigger
Out
LEFT
LOW LEVEL
BALANCED
MAX
-
IN
Sub Balanced Out
TRIGGER
OUT
Right
+
IN
Left
TRIGGER
IN
AV Receiver/Processor
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12V DC TRIGGER
The TRP8 and TRP10 are equipped with a 12V trigger input to turn the amplifier off, reducing power consumption when not in use. When
LOW LEVEL
this input receives a 12V signal, the amplifier will turn ON;
when the signal goes away, the amplifier will turn OFF.
IN
VOLUME
LFE
MAX
MIN
• Connect the 12V
trigger
output of the AVOUTreceiver to the 12V trigger input of the EA-AMP-SUB-1D-110 using a high quality
120Hz
3.5mm (1/8”)80Hz
mono cable.
160Hz
RIGHT
LEFT
ES-SUB-TRP8-300
CROSSOVER
BALANCED
• If the receiver 40Hz
does notLFEhave a 12V trigger output, using a 12V power supply plugged into a switched outlet on the receiver
provides the same functionality.
IN
PHASE
0
VOLUME
180
ALWAYS ON
TRIGGER
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
POWER
TRIGGER
MODE
OUT
MIN
BALANCED
or
CROSSOVER
IN
MADE IN CHINA
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RIGHT
HIGH LEVEL
OUT
HIGH LEVEL
IN
IN
OUT
RIGHT
ATTENTION:
LEFT
R
ATTENTION:
UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
D E M E ME T Y PE E T C A L I B R E.
CAUTION:
MADE IN CHINA
LEFT
T5A L 250V
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAM E TYPE FUSE AND RATING.
120V
220 - 240V
T5A L 250V
60Hz 5A
50/60Hz 5A
AUDIO
SENSE
0
PHASE
HIGH LEVEL
OUT
CAUTION:
R
Switched
Outlet
ALWAYS
ON
120Hz
LFE
40Hz
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
R
ATTENTION:
UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
D E M E ME T Y PE E T C A L I B R E.
60Hz 5A
50/60Hz 5A
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAM E TYPE FUSE AND RATING.
UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
D E M E ME T Y PE E T C A L I B R E.
HIGH LEVEL
IN
MADE IN CHINA
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAM E TYPE FUSE AND RATING.
120V
220 - 240V
OUT
VARIABLE
T5A L 250V
60Hz 5A
50/60Hz 5A
120V
220 - 240V
CAUTION:
ALWAYS
ON
AUDIO
SENSE
RIGHT
+12V Trigger
Out
LEFT
IN
LEFT
CROSSOVER
AUDIO
SENSE
TRIGGER
GND
(Sleeve)
MAX
TRIGGER MODE
TRIGGER MODE
LS LOW LEVEL
TRIGGER
Sub Balanced Out
POWER
SUB
180
MIN
LEFT
ALWAYS
ON
TRIGGER MODE
TRIGGER
POWER
12V DC Trigger PIN Configuration
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
LF0
OUT
RS
POWER
T3.15A L 250V
12V DC
(Tip)
CEN
OUT
HIGH LEVEL
OUT
Switched
Outlet
RIGHT
OUT
HIGH LEVEL
IN
OUT
IN
RIGHT
+12V Trigger
HIGH
LEVEL
Out
AV Receiver/Processor
LOW LEVEL
RF
PHASE
LEFT
LOW LEVEL
VARIABLE
PHASE
0
180
120Hz
40Hz
LFE
100-120V/220-240V
~ 50/60Hz 3.15A
CROSSOVER
MADE IN CHINA
OUT
HIGH LEVEL
IN
LS
MIN
UTILISER UN FUSIBLE DE RECHANGE
DE
MEME
TYPE
ET CALIBRE.
Sub Balanced Out
IN
TRIGGER
IN
SUB
MAX
ATTENTION:
RS
LEFT
VOLUME
R
CEN
BALANCED
RF
-
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
LFE
TRIGGER
IN
AV Receiver/Processor
+
+
CAUTION:
120Hz
40Hz
VARIABLE
IN
RIGHT
180
or
BALANCED
TRIGGER IN
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST
RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAME TYPE FUSE AND RATING. LF
TRIGGER
IN
MAX
VOLUME
SIGNAL
SENSE
ES-SUB-TRP8-300
RIGHT
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FINE TUNING
After making all the connections and calibrating the sub, set up your Episode® subwoofer using the following steps:
Note: When using an AV receiver and the LFE input, set the subwoofer calibration level to the factory setting before performing the
following procedure. After making the below adjustments, calibrate the system via the AV receiver’s setup procedure.
1. Ensure that the subwoofer is plugged in.
2. Set the following controls and switches to positions that will enable tuning for maximum performance.
a. VOLUME knob set to 50%, or 12 o’clock
b. CROSSOVER knob set to 120 Hz or 5 o’clock
c. PHASE switch set to 0º
During initial setup, it may be helpful to set the MODE switch to the ‘ON’ position. Once calibration is complete, switch it to ‘AUTO’
to enable the automatic power-saving mode.
3. Play a movie scene or music track and set the system volume to an average level. Listen to the bass level from your favorite
listening position. Adjust the VOLUME control as desired.
4. If deeper bass is desired, adjust the CROSSOVER control toward the lower frequencies. Experiment with different frequency
settings until you find one that sounds best.
NOTE: When using the LFE input, set to LFE and make any crossover adjustments in the preamplifier or receiver crossover
settings.
5. Continue listening to your favorite music and movie sources using the settings chosen for volume and crossover.
Now, try experimenting with the PHASE switch until you find the best setting for the installation. Depending on your subwoofer’s
placement, the bass may sound louder or deeper when the phase has been optimized. In some cases, adjusting phase will make
no discernible difference.
INSTALLING AND REMOVING THE GRILLS
To remove the grills, gently pull the tabs on the outer edge of the grill frame to separate the grill from the baffle of the subwoofer. To
install the grill, start in one top corner and gently press the grill frame in around the front baffle, pushing it in at each of the remaining
three recessed holes.
CLEANING
Use a soft cloth or paper towel to clean the cabinet. The grill is best cleaned by brushing it off with a lint-free cloth.
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SPECIFICATIONS
ES-SUB-TRP8-300
ES-SUB-TRP10-500
Driver
(1) 8” Woven Fiberglass
(2) 8” Passive Radiators
(1) 10” Woven Fiberglass
(2) 10” Passive Radiators
Amplifier
300 watts RMS @ 0.2% THD
500 watts RMS @ 0.2% THD
Signal to Noise Ratio
90 dB A-weighted
90 dB A-weighted
Input Power
100-120V/220-240V, ~50/60Hz, 3.15A
100-120V/220-240V, ~50/60Hz, 5A
Frequency Response
30 Hz to 200 Hz
30 Hz to 180 Hz
Dimensions
(H) 11.81 in. (300 mm) x (W) 12.8 in.
(325 mm) x (D)12.8 in. (325 mm)
(H) 13.7 in. (347 mm) x (W) 14.9 in.
(379 mm) x (D)14.75 in. (374.5 mm)
Weight
14.5 lbs
21.4 lbs
TROUBLESHOOTING
Episode® speakers are designed to function trouble-free. Most problems that occur are due to simple issues. If you have trouble,
please check the list of simple fixes below. If the problem persists, contact Episode® Customer Service at 1.866.838.5052
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• Verify that there is audio coming from the source selected. Select another source if necessary.
• Ensure that any A/V receivers are turned on and connected properly.
• Check cable connections at each subwoofer not producing sound for good contact.
• Ensure the subwoofer volume is turned up to a reasonable level. The control is located on the rear panel.
• During troubleshooting, it may be useful to temporarily set the MODE switch to ‘ON’ to ensure signal-sensing power
mode is disabled.
WARRANTY
10/2-Year Limited Warranty
Episode® Subwoofers have a 2-Year Warranty on the amplifier and a 10-Year Warranty on the woofer and box. This warranty
includes parts and labor repairs on all components found to be defective in material or workmanship under normal conditions
of use. This warranty shall not apply to products which have been abused, modified or disassembled. Products to be repaired
under this warranty must be returned to SnapAV or a designated service center with prior notification and an assigned return
authorization number (RA).
CONTACTING TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Phone: (866) 838-5052
Email: Techsupport@snapav.com
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