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Specifications TX-500 TX-1000
Max P ower 500W 1000W
Max. Watt pro Kanal
Max P ower per 2 X 250W 4 X 250W
channel
S NRatio 95dB 95dB
F requenzgang
Frequency 10Hz - 40KHz 10Hz - 40KHz
Response
THD 0.05% 0.05%
Kanal Trennung 55dB : 55dB
Channel S eparation
Hoch- und Tiefpass 40Hz - 250Hz 40Hz - 250Hz
High- and Lowpass
D à mpfungs fa ktor 180 180
Damping Factor
Abmessungen
Dimensions
(LXHXD mm)
181 X 58 X 260
281 X 58 X 260
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Toxic Series
TX-500
2 channel
500 W max
TX-1000
4 channel
1000 W max
Bedienungsanleitung
Owner's manual
Mode d'emploi
Manual de Instrucciones
Istruzione d'uso
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on the purchase of this Toxic Amplifier. Rest assured you
have purchased a quality product designed and engineered to give you
many years of uncompromised musical service. This amplifier has been
designed using the latest in electronic technology available today and will
provide you with years and years of high quality sound level amplification
and reproduction.
This amplifier has been designed with a fully regulated 100% MOS-FET
Power supply assuring extremely quick switching response and self
protection with soft starting power turn on.
PROTECTION CIRCUITRY
Advanced protection circuits have been designed into all our amplifiers. The
protection circuits will disable the amplifiers if it senses an input overload,
speaker short circuit or extreme high temperature conditions. When the
protection circuit is in operation the amplifier will go into a self preservation
mode. At this time please check your system to see what is causing the
protection circuit to fire. The amplifier can be reset by turning the remote
power off and then on again. If the system shuts down because of the
thermal overload condition, allow the amplifier to cool down before restarting.
If the amplifier shuts down because of an input overload or speaker short
circuit please be sure to correct these conditions before
restarting the amplifier.
WE WANT YOU LISTENING FOR A LIFETIME
Used wisely, your new sound equipment will provide a lifetime of fun and
enjoyment. Since hearing damage from loud noise is often undetectable until
it is too late, we recommend you to avoid prolonged exposure to excessive
noise,
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TX-500
Sensitivity Control
Two Channel Bridgeable Amplifier.
Heavy Duty Aluminium Alloy Heatsink Chassis.
Built In Electronic Crossover for High- and Lowpass, adjustable
from 40 Hz to 250 Hz
RCA-Output
Bass Boost at 45Hz, switchable
Continuously Variable Input Gain Adjustment
Gold Plated RCA Input with floating ground
Remote Turn-on/ Turn-off Circuit.
MOS-FET Pulse Width Modulated Power Supply.
Soft Turn-on Circuit.
Thermal Overheat Protection.
Speaker Short Circuit Protection.
Automotive Style Protection Fuses.
Goldplated Speaker- and Power Terminals
Power on LED Indicator.
2 Ohm Stable Operation with Output Power Increase
Tri-Mode capable (Phantom Center or Subwoofer)
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Heavy Duty Aluminium Alloy Heatsink Chassis.
Built In Electronic Crossover for High- and Lowpass, adjustable
from 40 Hz to 250 Hz
RCA-Output
Mode-Switch
Bass Boost at 45Hz, switchable
Continuously Variable Input Gain Adjustment
Gold Plated RCA Input with floating ground
Remote Turn-on/ Turn-off Circuit.
MOS-FET Pulse Width Modulated Power Supply.
Soft Turn-on Circuit.
Thermal Overheat Protection.
Speaker Short Circuit Protection.
Automotive Style Protection Fuses.
Upright Easy Access Speaker- and Power Terminals
Power on LED Indicator.
2 Ohm Stable Operation with Output Power Increase
Tri-Mode capable (Phantom Center or Subwoofer)
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BUILT-IN ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER
The Toxic-Series are equipped with built in switchable electronic x-overs.
The filters will operate on both channels and also in bridged mode. When
using the amplifier in bridged mode only 4 chm speaker load should be used.
The electronic network is switchable as Lowpassfilter "LPF or as Highpass-
filter "HPF". In both modes the crossover frequency is continuously
adjustable from 40Hz to 250KHz. This function is available for all channels
and the Line out.
A switchable bass boost at 45Hz is included in all models.
2-OHM OPERATION
This unit was designed to operate efficiently at loads down to 2 Ohms. What
this means is that you can do an installation of four-8 Ohm
speakers per channel using parallel wiring or two-4 Ohm speakers per
channel in parallel.
When operating at 2 Ohms, the amplifier increases it's power output by
approximately 50 percent. The current draw of the amplifier will also increase
by about the same amount. Be sure that you have enough current to run the
amplifier into a 2 Ohm load otherwise distorted. music will be reproduced.
Note:
Do not use a 2 Ohm load in the bridged mode.
The amplifier accepts 4-8 Ohms only in the bridged mode.
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
Mark the locations for the mounting screw holes by holding the AMPLIFIER
in place and using a scribe or one of the mounting screws, inserted in each
mounting hole in turn. To mark the mounting surface if carpeted, measure the
hole centres and mark with a felt-tip pen. Drill pilot holes for the mounting
screws into the holes of the system, insert the mounting screws into the
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CAUTION
Investigate the layout of your automobile throughly before drilling or cutting
any holes. Take care when you work near the gas tanks, lines, or hydraulic
lines, and electrical wiring. Don’t use the power amplifier unmounted. Attach
this system securely to the automobile to prevent damage, particularly in the
event of an accident. Don't mount this system so that the wire connections
are unprotected or are subject to pinching or damage from nearby objects.
The + 12VDC power wire must be fused at the battery positive terminal
connection. Before making or breaking power connections at the system
power terminals, disconnect the + 12V wire at the battery end. Confirm your
radio / cassette player and / or other equipment is turned off while connecting
the input jacks and speaker terminals.
If you need to replace the power fuse, replace it only with a fuse of different
type or rating may result in damage to this system which isn’t covered by the
warranty.
HIGH LEVEL EINGANG = HOCHPEGELEINGANGE
In case your car stereo is not equiped with a pre-amplifier output you should
connect the car stereo speaker outputs through the white connector. Please
take care for correct polarity connection. Wrong cionnection can destroy the
output stage of your car-stereo.
TX-500 TX-1000
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1 = White, Channel 1 +
2 = White/Black, Channel 1 -
3 = Black, GND
4 = Green/Black, Channel 3 -
5 = Green, Channel 3 +
6 = Grey, Channel 2 +
7 = Grey/Black, Channel 2 -
8 = Violet/Black, Channel 4 -
9 = Violet, Channel 4 +
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1 = White, Channel 1+
2 = Black, GND
3 = White/Black, Channel 1-
4 =Grey, Channel 2+
5 = Grey/Black, Channel 2-
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
These amplifiers are equiped with easy top access screw terminals. These
terminals are 14 carat Gold Plated to insure excellent electrical contact and
to resist corrosion.
See DIAGRAMS for electrical installation of all amplifiers. We suggest using
at least 8 gauge wire for the power and ground connections. Wire the
amplifier directly to the car battery. For the ground connection use the
shortest possible route to a good chassis ground point.
Wire the remote connection to the auto start lead of your equalizer or power
antenna.
Power fuses protects both this amplifier and the automobile electrical system
from wrong conditions. The fuse is standard automotive type. Replace only
with the same current rating fuse otherwise damage or fire can result.
For RCA line level input, simply plug your source units RCA output in to the
RCA input of the amplifier. See DIAGRAMS. Set the gain control into the 12
o'clock position. Turn on your radio and set volume to the 1/2 way mark.
Adjust the gain control of the amplifier to a comfortable listening level.
NOTE
The gain control of any car audio amplifier should not be mistaken for a
volume control. It is a sophisticated device designed to match the output level
of your source unit to the input level of the amplifier. Do not adjust the level to
maximum unless your input level requires it. Not following this instruction will
result in an input overload to the amplifier and high levels of distorted levels of
distorted levels of musical reproduction
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GND (-) = GROUND CONNECTION
Connect the Gnd terminal to the chassis ground of your car and take care of
best electric and mechanic contact. In doing so, drill a hole into the car
chassis near the amplifier, then remove colour, dirt or any other substance
from the ground point. After that, fasten the cable end with added ring
terminal by using a screw. Ensure that the ground connection is as short as
possible and that the cable diameter is sufficient (min. 6mm?). Route the
ground cables from the radio and all other equipment parts, like equalizer,
active crossover network or other amplifiers, to the same ground point.
BATT (+) = POWER SUPPLY
Connect the Batt terminal to the positive pole of the battery with a lead cable
and add a fuse into the power cable in a distance of not more than 30 cm
from the battery. The lead cable's diameter should be at least 6mm° for a
length of 3m and 8mm° for a lenght of 6m.
REM (ON / OFF) = REMOTE CONTROL
Connect the Rem terminal to the automatic antenna connector of your car
radio. Now when turning on and off your car radio, the amplifier automatically
switches on and off. À cable diameter of 0.5mm? is sufficient.
ON = LED POWER INDICATOR
After the orderly connection of the three power terminals, the LED indicator
shines green and goes out with "off".
PROTECT = LED PROTECTION INDICATOR
This set is equipped with an overload protection. Immediately upon
overloading (due to short circuit or much increased temperature) the overload
protection is activated, and the red LED indicator is shining. Through this, the
amplifier is protected against damage. In case of thermal protection a certain
short cooling time must be allowed after which the amplifier automatically
resumes operation.
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FUSE
The amplifer is equipped with a plug-in auto fuse protecting set against
fault conditions. Do not use a fuse with a higher value and never bridge
the fuse over, as this may lead to non-reparable damage so that any claim for
warranty is denied.
GAIN = INPUT LEVEL CONTROL
The input level control allows the system to work well within a wide range of
output levels. Choose the adjustment in the way that you achieve a sound
most possibly without any distortion. As a guideline the following procedure
is recommended:
If you use several amplifiers, the adjustment has to be made for each set
separately: Tune in the volume of your car radio to 2/3 of the maximum
volume. Now turn the gain control of the amplifier from „min“ to „max“
direction until you can hear distortions. Then turn the level control a little
back to ,min“. The gain control adjustment is finished now.
When using a 4-channel amplifier, make this adjustment separately for
channel 1/2 and channel 3/4.
Attention: If you use 2 ohm speakers in stereo mode, tri-mode or 4 ohm
speakers in bridge mode and the overload protection is triggered out, turn
the gain contro! to ,min* direction, until the operation is free of trouble.
BASS-BOOST
The switchable Bass-Boost function increases the sound at 45Hz/12dB.
LINE-OUT
Das Eingangssignal von Kanal1/2 steht an den Line-Out Ausgángen zur
Verfügung um eine weitere Endstufe anzusteuern.
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CONNECTION AND OPERATION
CONNECTIONS AND CONTROLS
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
Speakerconnection L-
Speakerconnection L+
Speakerconnection R-
Speakerconnection R+
Ground Connection
Remote Connection
+ 12V Connectiom
Fuse
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9) RCA Input
10) Line Out
11) Level Control Adjustment
12) Adjustable Crossoverfrequency
13) Bass-Boost, switchable
14) On/Protecion-LED
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CONNECTION AND OPERATION
CONNECTIONS AND CONTROLS
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
Fuse
+ 12V Connectiom
Remote Connection
Ground Connection
Speakerconnection CH1 -
Speakerconnection CH1 +
Speakerconnection CH? -
Speakerconnection CH? +
Speakerconnection CH3 -
10) Speakerconnection CH3 +
11) Speakerconnection CH4 -
12) Speakerconnection CH4 +
13) RCA-Input CH1/CH2
14) RCA-Input CH3/CH4
15) Line Out
16) Level/Frequency Adjust CH1/CH2
17) Bass-Boost, switchable
18) Level/Frequency Adjust CH3/CH4
19) Crossovernetwork CH1/CH2
20) Mode switch
21) Crossovernetwork for CH3/CH4
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Speakerconnection Model TX-500
a) Stereo-Mode
2-8 Ohms 2-8 Ohms
L R SUB WOOFER
b) Mono-Mode
d) Phantom-Channel-Mode (TRI-Mode) with Subwoofer
4-8 Ohms
L R SUB WOOFER
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Speakerconnection Model TX-1000
c) 3-Channel-Mode
a) 4-Channel -Mode
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2-8 Ohms
2-8 Ohms 4-8 Ohms
2-8 Ohms
2-8 Ohms
2-8 Ohms 2-8 Ohms
b) 2-Channel-Mode
d) 5-Channel-Mode with Subwoofer
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4-8 Ohms
SUBWOOFER LEFT
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TRI-MODE
If you want to use a subwoofer or centre speaker in stereo mode, you also
can connect them in bridge operation to the speaker terminals. However,
consider that in this case an additional passive crossover network (12 dB
slope) is necessary because neither the subwoofer (optimal frequency band
up to 150 Hz) nor the centre speaker (200 Hz - 6 KHz) can operate with full
frequency band.
In tri-mode operation, only 4 ohm speakers for the left and right channel side
should be used. 8 ohm are recommended as impedance for the third
speaker, 4 ohm are also possible.
Subwoofers in tri-mode operation should be without case (free-air subwoofer).
For achieving the best result, you can (on a trial basis) change the
subwoofer’s polarity. This should be done if it results into a more
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powerful bass. When using a subwoofer as a third speaker, the two other
loudspeakers should be relieved from the deep frequency range of the
subwoofer. For this, a 6 dB high pass filter is recommended, i.e. a condenser
IS put into the wiring of the speaker. Thus the sound of the relieved
loudspeakers often becomes more tran
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speaker is higher. Р power rating of the
The following component values are recommended:
С = capacitor / L = coll
C = 330 uF bipolar capacitor
L1 = 10 mH C1= 100 uF for 4 ohm subwoofer
L1 = 20mH С1 = 50 uF for 8 ohm subwoofer
L2 = 10 mH C2 = 68 uF for 8 ohm center speaker
L2 = 5mH C2= 150uF for 4 Ohm center speaker
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HOW TO PROCEED IN CASE OF FAULTS
No function
The connection cable is not connected correctly (= terminals Batt/Gnd/Rem).
Ensure that all connections have electric and mechanic contact and that the
jacket has been removed. The fuse is defective - pay attention to the correct
value of a new fuse!
No sound .
Speaker cables or speaker plugs are not connected correctly.
No sound / green LED shines
The plus and minus wires of the speaker cables have contact, thus eliminate
the short circuit.
If you use a 2 ohm speaker in stereo mode, a 4 ohm speaker in bridge mode
or tri-mode and the set is overloaded, then turn the gain control to „min“ until
the operation is free of trouble.
One channel without function
The balance control is not in centre position, thus correct the position.
The speaker or its lead is defective, so check the speaker, lead and
connections.
Poor sound quality (distortions)
The speakers are overloaded, therefore turn down the volume level and check
the volume control positions.
No stereo sound and a weak bass
Speaker cables (+) and (-) are mixed up, unit wired out of phase.
INTERFERENCE
All cables are source of interference or gather them. The power cable and
Cinch/RCA audio cable are very prone to interference; the remote cables are
less prone. There is often interference caused by the generator (piping),
ignition (crackling) or other car electonic parts. Most of these problems can
be eliminated by correct and careful cabling. In doing so, there are the
following guidelines:
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- Use only a shielded audio cables for the wiring between ,low level in“ of
the amplifier and RCA or DIN outputs of the radio.
- Laythe signal, speaker and power cables separately with enough
distance from another and also from any other car cable. If not
possible, you can lay the circuit and ground cable together with the
serial cables. Audio and speaker cable should be as far away from these
as possible. The Rem cable to the automatic antenna output of the radio
can be laid together with the signal cables.
- Avoid ground loops by laying the ground wiring of all components toa
centre point in a star-like way. You can find the best central point in
measuring the voltage directly at the battery. Now compare this voltage
value with the chosen ground point and the (+) terminal of the amplifier.
If the measured voltage is only less different, you have found the correct
central. Otherwise you have to look for another point. You should
measure with the ignition being switched on and additionally switched on
consumers (rear window heating, light etc).
- If there are pickups from external electrical sources into the speaker
cables, divide the core leads and twist them together.
- Ifthere are noises from the car electrics, add an interference
suppression choke into the power wiring.
- If there are humming noises, use thicker ground cables or add further
ground cables to the chassis.
- To reduce contact resistance and bad and loose contacts, please tin the
cable ends or use multicore cable ends, spade terminals or others. Gold-
plated spade terminals are free of corrosion and have the lowest contact
resistance.
- Should all these measures be without any success, the use of a ground
loop isolator may solve the problem.
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Ae A A AT TE TR mI ST
CAR POWER PACK
CPP-1000
TW-300RD
12“ Subwooferbox
300 WATT
» 1?“ Basslautsprecher
Technische Daten:
Beschichteter Bass Max. Leistung................... 300 W
TW-6933RD > Ceschlossenes Geháuse Frequenzbereich .............. 50 Hz - 25 KHz
3-Wege Koaxial-Lautsprecher , SPL eee 92 dB
» Klemmterminal Impedanz 4 Ohm
300 WATT » 18 mm Holzgehäuse Mabe ser 41x36x25x36 cm
» Grauer Schutzfilzbezug
» Stabiler Metallkorb
» 3-Wege System
» Ferrit Hoch- und Mitteltóner
» PP-Membrane mit Gummisicke
» Inkl. Grill und Einbaumaterial
Technische Daten:
Max. Leistung .............—..... 300 W
Frequenzbereich.................. 40 Hz - 21 KHz
SPL 89 dB
Impedanz 4 Ohm
Bass 155x255 mm
Einbautiefe ...............—....... 85mm — CE IU OL
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TX-1000
4-Kanal-Verstárker
1000 WATT
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» mit Softstart
» regelbarer tiefpass 40Hz-250 Hz
» regelbarer Hochpass 40Hz-250 Hz
» Lautsprecher-Eingánge
» NF-Ausgang
Technische Daten:
Max. Leistung.................... 4 x 250 W
Max. gebriickt ................... 2 x 500 W
S/N Ratio ...........——e ere menm.—. 88 dB
Dampfungsfaktor .............. 180
Frequenzgang.................... 10 Hz - 40 KHz
Abmessungen............ccce.... 280 x 57 x 260
Art.-Nr.: 379195
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