Owner`s Manual • the box • TA15

Owner`s Manual • the box • TA15
TA15
Owner‘s Manual
Active Subwoofer
15“
Important Safety Instructions
For your own safety you must read this section in full
first!
Intended use
This active subwoofer is intended exclusively for the transmission of audio
signals according to this manual and the specifications given here. By
using it in any other way you face the risk of electric shock. No warranty
claims will be granted for damage resulting from improper use!
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Risk of electrical shock!
Connect the device only to a properly wired and earthed electrical
wall socket providing one of the mains voltages listed in the chapter
“Technical specifications” of this manual. Pay attention to the correct
setting of the mains voltage switch r.
NEVER operate the subwoofer if the power plug or power the cord is
damaged.
NEVER submerse the subwoofer in water. Liquid getting into the box
will risk a short circuit and will be hazardous.
NEVER expose the subwoofer to direct precipitation or moisture
and never use it in a damp or wet environment. This subwoofer was
developed for indoor use only. Do not use it outdoors.
Do not subject the subwoofer to high temperatures, direct sunlight,
severe vibrations, shocks or tremors, or excessive dust.
Ensure that the power cord does not become wet during operation.
You must NEVER open the housing of the subwoofer or try to repair it.
There are no user serviceable parts inside. Warranty will become void if
you open the housing and you face the risk of electric shock.
Do not place objects containing fluids, e.g. flower vases or beer bottles,
on or near the device.
Notice regarding power disconnection:
To switch the device off and to disconnect it from the power source the
power plug must be removed from the power socket. For this reason the
device should be placed in a position where a constant unobstructed
access to the power socket is assured, thus in an emergency situation
you are able to immediately pull out the power plug. To eliminate the
risk of fire you must completely disconnect the power plug from the
power socket after the device has been used.
• Always grasp the power cord by the plug. Do not pull on the cord itself
and never touch the power cord with wet hands as this could result
in a short circuit or an electrical shock. Do not place the device, other
speaker cabinets or anything else on the power cord and make sure
that it does not become clamped. Place the power cord in a position
where it can not be trod on. A damaged power cord can cause a fire
or an electrical shock. Check the power cord from time to time. Should
it become damaged contact our customer service centre to have it
replaced.
Risk of fire!
• NEVER leave the device unattended while it is switched on.
• Do not place any open sources of fire, like candles, on the device.
• Never operate the subwoofer in the vicinity of heat sources such as
cookers, heating elements, lighting equipment, smoke machines, or
other heat producing installations.
• When a thunderstorm with the risk of lightening threatens please
disconnect the device from the mains power.
Risk of personal injury!
• Keep the power cord and device away from children. Children
frequently underestimate the dangers of electrical equipment.
• Ensure a safe location for the device. Flying and installation of this
speaker cabinet must be carried out by suitably qualified personnel
following the approved safety standards.
• Do not stack the speaker cabinet in a manner that could cause injury
should a cabinet become dislodged.
• Do not operate the device if it has sustained a fall or is damaged.
Arrange for the device to be checked and/or repaired by qualified
technicians.
• Important! Keep sufficient distance from the subwoofer when
operated with high volume level. Listening to music with high
sound pressure level may cause permanent damage to your
hearing!
• Before connecting or operating this subwoofer, please study and follow
the instruction manuals of all devices connected to the box, paying
particular attention to the operating precautions and wiring procedure.
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The operating elements
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1.VOLUME
Volume control for the inputs. Increase the volume for the L/R
channels by rotating clockwise. Decrease the volume by rotating
counter-clockwise. Attention: First please adjust the volume control to
minimum before switching the unit on and transmitting signals. Then
adjust to appropriate volume.
2.ACTIVE
Active indicator.
3.INPUT L/R sockets
Connect the stereo input device here.
4.115V/230V
Mains voltage selector. Make sure this selector is set correctly for the
supply voltage at the place of operation.
5.ON/OFF
Power ON/OFF switch. Press on “I” marking to switch the subwoofer
on. Press on “O” marking to switch the subwoofer off.
6.INV
Phase inverting switch.
7.HIGH CUT
Turn this control to adjust the High cut frequency from 80Hz to 250Hz.
8.LIMIT
Limit indicator.
9.OUTPUT socket
L/R Line output. Connect here active mid/high speaker boxes.
10.Mains Fuse
If this fuse blows, a qualified technician must replace it by a new one
of same specifications.
11.Power supply input
Make sure that the voltage selector r is set correctly for the supply
voltage at the place of operation, BEFORE you connect the mains
power.
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Technical specifications
Mains voltage ................................ : AC115V~/60Hz
....................................................... : AC230V~/50Hz
System .......................................... : active subwoofer
Cabinet Colours . ........................... : black
Driver Quantity .............................. : 15” x 1 (Bass)
Frequency Response .................... : 35Hz - 250Hz (-3dB)
Max SPL (1m) . .............................. : 125dB
Rated power .................................. : 400W
THD ............................................... : < 1%
Input impedance ............................ : Balance - 20kΩ, Unbalance - 10kΩ
Connectors .................................... : XLR, K3P, J3P
Dimensions (W x D x H) ................ : 600 x 460 x 490 mm
Packing Dimensions (W x D x H) .. : 720 x 590 x 610 mm
Net Weight . ................................... : 34.0 kg/pc
Gross Weight . ............................... : 40.4 kg/pc
As we continuously strive to improve our products, all specifications and
appearance are subject to change without prior notice.
Cleaning and Care
Do not attempt to clean the plastic enclosure with solvents or
petrochemical based cleaners. Wipe it only with a slightly damp cloth.
Disposal
Do not dispose of the device at the end of his operating life
in your normal domestic waste. This device is subject to the
European Guidelines 2002/96/EC.
• Have the product disposed of by a professional disposal company of by
your communal disposal facility.
• Observe the currently applicable regulations. In case of doubt contact
your disposal facility.
• Dispose of packaging materials in an environmentally
responsible manner.
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© 2010
Musikhaus Thomann
Treppendorf 30 • 96138 Burgebrach • Germany
www.thomann.de
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