mbl 7008 - Hificz.cz
mbl 7008
Integrated Amplifier
Manual
mbl 7008
Owner´s Manual
mbl 7008
Important Information!
Attention: Keep the amplifier away from high humidity, vibration, excessive dust and
direct sunlight. Excessive heat or cold will affect the unit´s functionality. The permitted
operating temperature is 10°C up to 50°C. Avoid extreme variations in temperature. Do
not operate the unit near other electric appliances (for instance neon light and motors).
The mbl 7008 should not be opened without the assistance of a qualified technician.
KETI, CE-Marking
This product conforms to the requirements of the EMC directive and low-voltage
directive. Your MBL component complies with the household power and safety
requirements in your area.
Warranty
MBL affords a full warranty. Please pay attention to the details given in the warranty
card which accompanies the unit. Warranty is only issued, if you send back the
warranty card.
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Letter of Contents
1
Views .............................................................................................................2
1.1
Front Panel ........................................................................................ 2
1.2
Rear Panel......................................................................................... 3
2
Placement .................................................................................................... 4
3
Construction ................................................................................................. 4
3.1
Power supply ..................................................................................... 4
3.2
Input Electronics ................................................................................ 4
3.3
Control panel ..................................................................................... 4
4
Operating ..................................................................................................... 5
4.1
Volume .............................................................................................. 5
4.2
Function keys .................................................................................... 5
4.2.1 “Processor” ........................................................................... 5
4.2.2
“Pre Out” .............................................................................. 5
4.2.3
“Mute”................................................................................... 6
4.2.4
“Standby” ............................................................................. 6
4.2.5
“Disp. off” ............................................................................. 6
4.3
Recording .......................................................................................... 6
5
Connections ................................................................................................. 6
5.1
Headphones ...................................................................................... 6
5.2
Balanced connections (option) .......................................................... 6
5.3
Outputs .............................................................................................. 7
5.3.1
Output Variable .................................................................... 7
5.3.2
Output Fixed ........................................................................ 7
Remote Out……...………………………………………………7
6
Connecting the Integrated amplifier and speakers ....................................... 7
6.1
Introduction ........................................................................................ 7
6.2
Stereo mode ...................................................................................... 7
7
Optional units ............................................................................................... 10
18.1 Phono ................................................................................................ 10
7.1.1
Phono MM - Moving Magnet ................................................ 11
7.1.2
Phono MC - Moving Coil ...................................................... 11
7.1.3
Phono MM/MC ..................................................................... 11
7.1.4
Gain setting of the phono units ............................................ 12
8
First operation .............................................................................................. 13
9
Mains voltage……………………………………………………………………….13
9.2
Changing the mains voltage .............................................................. 13
10
Fuses………………………………………………………………………………...13
11
Cleaning ....................................................................................................... 13
12
Troubleshooting…………………………………………………………………….14
13
Specifications…………………………………………………………………………15
Manual Remote Control……………………………...………………..17
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2
Netztaster
power switch
on/off
m
bl
Eingangswahl LEDs
inputselect LEDs
Eingangswahltasten
inputselector
Lautstärkewippe
volumecontrol
DISPLAY
Funktionstasten
functionkeys
Funktionsanzeige LEDs
functioncontrol LEDs
Kopfhöreranschluß
headphoneconnector
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1 Views
1.1 Front Panel
3
OPTION
L
CD1
smmetrischer Eingang
optionales Eingangsmodul
CD2
TUNER
R
L
R
FIXED
VARIABEL
R
L
Prozessor Eingang
L
ACHTUNG!
Lautsprecherklemmen
links
Ferneinschaltungsausgang
Anschluß für Netzkabel
connector for powercord
MADE IN GERMANY
m
bl
230 V AC / 4 A/T
115 V AC / 8 A/T
DISCONNECT LINE
BEFORE REMOVING COVER
CAUTION!
VOR ÖFFNEN DES GERÄTES
NETZSTECKER ZIEHEN
speaker terminals left
remote out
Lautsprecherklemmen
rechts
2
REMOTE OUT
1
variabel out /
preamp out
speaker terminals right
PROCESSOR
BYPASS
OUTPUT
processor bypass
asymmetrische
Eingänge
unbalanced inputs
VOLLVERSTÄRKER mbl 7008
BALANCED
balanced input
R
optional input
Masseklemme
ground connector
CASE
INPUT
fixed out /
tape record
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1.2 Rear Panel
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2 Placement
Keep the amplifier away from high humidity, vibration, excessive dust and direct
sunlight. Do not operate the unit near other electric appliances (for instance neon light
and motors).
Please ensure that there is sufficient ventilation and flow of air on all sides of the unit.
If you place the integrated amplifier in a cabinet, make sure that the heat can escape.
There must be a minimum space of 3” (10cm) above the amplifier.
3 Construction
The mbl 7008 consists of the following units:
a.
b.
c.
d.
power supply
preamplifier section
power section
control panel
3.1 Power supply
The power supply is a fully insulated construction. There is no electric and magnetic
connection of the transformer's casing and the integrated amplifier's housing. A
magnetic shielding reduces magnetic and electrostatic stray into the amplifier´s inputs.
3.2 Preamplifier section
An electronic low drop voltage regulator supplies the preamplifier section. The power
supplies for the preamplifier input stages are located on the same printed circuit board
so as to ensure the shortest path to supply the input circuits. You will also find a
separate transformer for low power analog input electronics directly on the input circuit
board.
3.3 Power section
The power section is equipped with a double-mono construction, using 2 separate
power boards.
3.4 Control panel
All controls (for instance, the volume control, input selector, etc.) are on the front panel
(for details see 1.1 front panel).
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4 Operating
4.1 Volume
The mbl 7008 is equipped with a "dual precision potentiometer" for analog volume
adjustment. The channel synchronisation is better than 1.5dB (0 - 40dB).
Press the right side (+) of the volume control to heighten and the left side (-) to lower the
volume.
You can also operate the volume by remote control. (For further information see page
15: remote control)
The display indicates the volume rate from “0” up to “100.0”. The adjustment “50.0”
indicates the center position of the potentiometer.
4.2 Function keys
With the function keys next to the display you can activate the following functions:
pre out
Mute
Standby
disp. Off
switches the output (OUTPUT/VARIABEL) of the preamp
section „on“ or „off“
Switches the power output (speaker terminals) „on“ or „off“
Turns the unit to „standby“ position (minimizes power
consumption)
selects the brightness the display and the function LEDs
within 5 steps („very bright“ to „off“)
4.2.1 “Pre Out”
Press the "pre out" button to activate the “OUTPUT/VARIABLE” (see page 7: 5.4.1
output variable). To deactivate the function press the button once again. In this
position the outputs of integrated preamplifier and power amplifier will be muted.
4.2.2 “Mute”
If the amplifier section of mbl 7008 is switched off, the LED next to the “Mute”-key is
enlightened. The speakers connected to the terminals do not receive any signal. The
preamplifier section remains switched on.
4.2.3 “Standby”
If the mbl 7008 is in standby-modus, the LED next to the “Standby”-key is enlightened.
The current flow is turned down to a minimum. There are no signals on the speaker
terminals. The “Output/Variable”-output receives the signal that is emitted from the
“Processor”-input.
4.2.4 “Disp. off”
If the display is switched off, the LED next to the “disp. off”-key is enlightened.
Press the “disp. off“-key several times to select the display´s light intensity within 5
steps (very bright to off).
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5 Connections
5.1 Inputs
With the input selector keys next to the display you can select one of the various
sources connected to the mbl 7008 inputs. To select the module in the “OPTION” slot,
press the “option” button.
balanced
CD1
CD2
Tuner
Option
processor
balanced input
RCA input for highest quality
RCA input for highest quality
tuner
optional: Phono MM/ MC, balanced-in, CDd
bypass for surroundprocessor
5.1.1 “Option”
To select the module in the “OPTION” slot, press the input selector button “option”.
The respective slot “OPTION” can be used for different optional modules on customer
preference.
5.1.2 “Processor”
The input “Bypass/Processor” allows connecting an external surround or multichannel
decoder/preamplifier. If the “Bypass/Processor”-input is selected the signal is passed
directly to the power section (bypass). This allows an optimal switching between Audio
music 2 channel source and video (movie) operation.
Attention!: BYPASS/Processor, never use this input for unregulated high level
signals (e.g. CD-player). High levels may cause defects on connected speakers.
5.2 Headphones
The mbl 7008 is equipped with a ¼" stereo headphone jack that is intended for dynamic
headphones with 6,3mm jack plug. The headphone amplifier is especially balanced for
the requirements of headphone operation. It is mounted on a separate circuit board
together with the headphone jack. If no plug is inserted in the jack, the headphone amp
is deactivated to avoid interference of the amplifiers. To achieve the best sound quality,
the headphones should only be plugged in, if they are used. Inserting a plug
automatically activates the headphone amp. To turn the speakers off press the "mute"
button on the front panel.
The headphone jack is placed below the front panel and is labeled "phones."
Attention: When you activate the BYPASS/Processor function, please disconnect the
headphones.
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5.3 Balanced connections
The mbl 7008 can handle balanced inputs. The Sym-in unit comprises an active
balancing stage. It matches the balanced signal to the amplifier's inputs.
1 =  earth (0V)
2 =  non-inverting
3 =  inverting
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2
3
5.4 Outputs
5.4.1 Output variable
There is one stereo single-ended output located on the back of the amplifier marked
„Output/variable“.
If you want to solely use the mbl 7008 as a preamplifier, you can connect a separate
power amplifier to the “output/variable”-output.
Another possibility is to use the mbl 7008 within a multi-room-system. In that case you
operate another amplifier (for example: mbl 8006) connected to the “output/variable”output to run a second pair of loudspeakers in a room nearby.
5.4.2 Output Fixed
The “OUTPUT/FIXED”-output is also located on the back of the amplifier. This output is
used to connect a recording unit.
Attention: OUTPUT/FIXED, on this output the volume cannot be adjusted by the
preamplifier´s volume control! Do not connect a power amplifier directly!
5.4.2.1 Remote Out
The two sockets on the back of the amplifier serve as a remote out for external MBL
power amplifiers connected to the mbl 7008. When the mbl 7008 is switched on, a 10V
breaking voltage is laid on the sockets. If the integrated amplifier is switched off, the
output is turned to 0V. For this connection you find a jack plug added.
5.5 Recording
For tape- or DAT-recordings the “output/fixed”-output must be connected to the “Rec”socket. The “Input/CD2”-input must be connected to the “Play”-socket.
6 Connecting the Integrated amplifier and speakers
6.1 Introduction
To connect the speakers only use high-quality cables. Especially recommendable are
coaxial cables with high copper-quality. For best connection use “spades” (to put
underneath the terminals – the spades are soldered tightly to the cable).
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6.2 Stereo mode
Connect the right speaker to the terminal marked with R, i.e.:
Connect positive pole of the speaker (usually red) to the - clamp on the mbl 7008.
Connect the speaker´s negative pole (usually black) to the - clamp on the mbl 7008.
Connect the left speaker to the terminal marked with L, i.e.:
Connect positive pole of the speaker (usually red) to the - clamp on the mbl 7008.
Connect the speaker´s negative pole (usually black) to the - clamp on the mbl 7008.
Fig.1: speaker terminals
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Fig.2: configuration surround
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7 Optional units
7.1 Phono
For analog recording playback the MM and MC phono units are necessary. Both MM
and MC have individual RIAA equalizers, permitting optimal adjustment. Moreover, the
RIAA poles are distributed across several amplifiers. Therefore, as the power reserve of
each amplifier increases, distortion approaches zero. Deviation from the RIAA
characteristic is less than 0.2dB. Resistance to overmodulation is 46dB! The phono
units can be installed as an option. The socket “Input/Option” on the rear side is used
for this purpose.
The illustrations display details of the phono units. The symbols mean:
...switch for switching MM/MC in MC position
...switch for switching MM/MC in MM position
...spring contact jack
The spring contact jacks have been numbered 1-6 for easier identification.
7.1.1 Phono MM - Moving Magnet
This unit is comprised an MM-preamplifier, including RIAA
equalization.
Adjustment of the input capacity can be done very easily. Insert the
required terminating capacities in the two spring contact jacks. The
basic capacity is 100pF. An additional 100pF has been factoryinstalled, creating an overall input capacity of 200pF. To match your
pickup's capacity with that of the phono unit, remove the existing
R
capacitor and replace it by one with the desired value (minus 100pF
basic capacity).
equipping the spring For example: The required capacity is 400pF. Subtract 100pF from
contact jacks in MM the 400pF; this results in a net capacity of 300pF. Insert a 300pF
operation
capacitor in the spring contact jacks.
To exchange input capacities on a preamplifier that came with
phono units installed, you must remove the top cover. Have a
service technician do the job for you.
L
Cx
Cx
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7.1.2 Phono MC - Moving Coil
This unit is comprised of an MC-preamplifier, including RIAA
equalization.
L
Rx
3
4
Rx
R
equipping the
spring con-tact
jacks in MC
operation
Adjustment of the input impedance of phono unit and pickup is done
by means of tuning resistors. There are two spring contact jacks
that will hold the required terminating resistors. The basic
impedance is 200. An additional 200 resistor has been factoryinstalled, creating an overall input impedance of 100.
To determine the tuning resistor value, use the following equation:
Rx 
200  R

200  R
R...required terminating impedance for your pickup
Rx ...tuning resistor to be inserted in the spring contact jacks
7.1.3 Phono MM/MC
This unit is comprised both an MM and MC phono preamplifier, including RIAA equalization.
L
L
R
R
setting for MC operation
setting for MM operation
Use the slide switches (switches 1-4) on the circuit board to select MM or MC
operation. For MM operation, slide the switches so you cannot see the little dots. For
MC operation, slide the switches so you can see the little dots. The switch settings for
MM and MC operation are illustrated above.
L
Cx
Cx
R
For MM operation, adjustment of the input capacities can be done
easily. Insert the required terminating capacities in the two spring
contact jacks (left channel: jacks 1 and 2; right channel: jacks 5 and 6).
The basic capacity is 100pF. An additional 100pF has been factoryinstalled, creating an overall input capacity of 200pF. To match your
pickup's capacity with that of the phono unit, remove the existing
capacitor and replace it with one with the desired value (minus 100pF
basic capacity). Refer to "Phono MM" for more details.
equipping the
spring contact
jacks for MM
operation
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L
Rx
3
4
Rx
R
For MC operation, adjustment of the input impedance of phono unit
and pickup is done by means of tuning resistors. Two spring contact
jacks are provided. These will hold the required terminating resistors.
The basic impedance of phono input is 200. An additional 200
resistor has been factory-installed, creating an overall input impedance
of 100.
Equipping the spring contact jacks for MC operation. Please refer to
"Phono MC".
Equipping the
spring contact
jacks for MC
operation
7.1.4 Gain setting of the phono units
This does not apply to the combined MM/MC unit.
On both the MM and MC phono units, the gain can be adjusted. Any input signal is first
amplified and then normalized with the gain adjustment. Remove the top cover to
access the potentiometers. Gain for right and left channel can be independently
adjusted.
Note:
Do ensure that right and left channel is set to the same gain level. Check the
levels by playing back pink noise from a test record. Uneven adjustment will
result in a non-normal staging of the music.
Tuning range:
MC 0.2 mV to 0.8 mV / MM 2.0 mV to 8.0 mV
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8 First operation
Make all necessary connections (inputs, outputs, mains). Press the power switch on the
front panel to turn on the preamplifier.
Power delay will not activate the outputs until internal supply voltage is rugged. This
process may lasts up to 2 seconds.
9 Mains voltage
The mbl 7008 is equipped with a low-dispersion toroidal transformer. It operates at
230Vac and 115 Vac, 50/60 Hz. The rear panel indicates the selected mains voltage,
that has been pre-set by the manufacturer. Change this setting only if the integrated
amplifier is taken to a country with different mains voltage.
9.1 Changing the mains voltage
Always have a service technician of an authorized MBL dealer to change the main
voltage. This procedure is not a warranty service.
10 Fuses
Attention: Always disconnect power plug before checking the fuses!
The fuse holder is located on the rear panel of the mbl 7008. The holder contains two
fuses of the type 5x20 mm; the mains fuse and a reserve fuse. You must change the
fuse type, if you use a different mains supply (230Vac 4AmT or 115Vac 8AmT).
11 Cleaning
Unplug the unit before cleaning.
To clean the exterior surfaces of your mbl 7008, use a dry, soft cloth. To wipe off finger
prints and other grease spots, use a soft, wet cloth moistened with a mild detergent
dissolved in water.
Caution: The cloth must never be dripping wet! If water or other fluids enter the
cabinet, you risk damaging the unit.
Never use scouring pads, steel wool, scouring powders or harsh chemical agents,
alcohol, thinners, benzine, insecticide or other volatile substances, as these will destroy
the finish of the cabinet.
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12 Troubleshooting
The device does not run. The LED indicator remains dark.
 Check all mains connections.
 Check the fuses in the fuse holder on the rear side of the mbl 7008 (one reserve fuse
3.150A/T on the 230V model, and one 6.30A/T reserve fuse on the 115V model).

Danger: Before removing/installing any fuses, switch off the mbl 7008 and disconnect it
from the mains circuit!
No music.
 Check, whether the LEDS of „mute“- or “standby”-buttons on the front panel are
enlightened. Both LEDS have to be turned off.
 Check all input and output connections.
 Check whether the input your reproduction unit is connected to is active. The input
indicator has to be lit.
 Are the audio sources properly connected to the mains? Are these devices turned on
at all?
Malfunction of the buttons
Reset the unit to factory setting: 1. On the left side of the amplifier press both the top
button and the bottom button. 2. While pressing both buttons at the same time, turn the
amplifier off and then on again. 3. Turn the amplifier off. 4. Turn the amplifier on: now
the amplifier is reset to factory setting.
If none of these actions is successful, disconnect the device from the mains and wait a
minimum of 3 hours for possibly emerged condensation to dry, or other impacts to
cease. Then, reconnect the device to the mains and check, whether the amplifier starts
working now. If the device still does not work properly, contact a qualified technician for
assistance.
In all instances of malfunction, contact your MBL dealer or MBL service center.
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13 Specifications
PRE-AMP section
Frequency range
High level
Phono MM
Phono MC
DC - 200kHz
20Hz - 200kHz
20Hz - 200kHz
Output level
1 Veff. - 11 Veff max.
Noise distortion
High level
Phono MM
Phono MC
<0.001%
<0.002%
<0.002%
Intermodulation
High level
Phono MM
Phono MC
<0.002%
<0.002%
<0.002%
Input sensitivity
High level
Phono MM
Phono MC
470mV
3.15 - 12.6mV
0.315 - 1.26mV
Signal to noise
High level
Phono MM
Phono MC
CDd
102/106dB, 500mV/25
80/84dB, 5mV/1k
74/78dB, 0.5mV/10
103/107dB,500mV/25
Maximum loading level
High level
Phono MM
Phono MC
11 Veff
120 - 450mVeff
12 - 45mVeff
Input impedance
High level
Phono MM
Phono MC
CD
CDd
50 kProcessor bypassk
47 k200 pF, var.
100, var.
5 k
3.3 k
Channel separation
High level:
Phono MM:
Phono MC:
90dB
70dB
70dB
Subsonicfilter Phono
Start frequency:
Rise time:
20Hz (IEC new)
6dB/Oktave
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POWER AMP section
Rated power
380W (2
200W (4
120W(8
31V Mittelwert / average
80V peak to peak
Output voltage
Unweighted signal-to-noise ratio
102dB
S/N ratio
112dB
DC - 40kHz +0,0 / -0,3 dB
DC - 135kHz +0,0 / -3 dB
Frequency response
THD+N: 1kHz<0,04%, 20kHz<0,2%
Distortion
Damping factor
300 (4)
Power consumption
Stand By
Idle Mode
Maximum
13 VA
120 VA
800 VA
230/115Vac, 50/60Hz
Line voltage
Weight
approx. 20 kg / 44,44 Ibs
Dimensions (H x W x D)
155 x 450 x 400 mm
6.1" x 17.7" x 15.7"
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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System Remote Control
For use with the following mbl components:
Pre-Amplifier
mbl 4006, mbl 5011, mbl 6010
Integrated Amplifier
mbl 7006, mbl 7008
CD-Player
mbl 1431, mbl 1531
CD-Drive
mbl 1521, mbl 1621
D/A-Converter
mbl 1511, mbl 1611,
Tuner
mbl Tuner T1
Accessories
MBL system remote control SFBG 3
batteries (size "AAA")
.
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Contents
A. Getting Started.................................................. 19
1. General Precautions ................................ 19
2. Loading Batteries ..................................... 19
3. Operating the Remote Control Unit .......... 20
a) Operating Range ........................... 20
b) Basic Functions ............................. 20
c) Pre-Amplifier ("Pre“) ...................... 20
d) CD-Player, CD-Transport ("CD“) ... 21
e) Digital-Analogue-Converter ("D/A“)21
f) Tuner ("Tuner“) ............................... 22
C. Maintenance ..................................................... 22
1. Cleaning Exterior Surfaces ...................... 22
2. Troubleshooting ....................................... 23
D. Overview........................................................... 23
1.Specifications ............................................ 23
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A. Getting Started
1. General Precautions

Do not expose this remote control to excessive humidity. Do not install it near air
conditioners or in bathrooms. Relative humidity during playback or storage should be
between 10 and 90 %. Direct exposure to water should be avoided. Water may
damage the unit.

Very high (above 50° C) or low (below 10° C) temperature may cause the remote
control to malfunction or be damaged. Do not expose it to direct sunlight or place it
near radiators (heaters). The maximum temperature during playback is 50° C; do not
use the component at temperatures below 10° C. The unit may be stored at
temperatures between –10 and 50° C.

Do not install the remote control in areas in which it is exposed to frequent and
severe variations in temperature or humidity. The resulting frequent
condensation would cause damage to your remote control.

Do not expose the unit to strong vibrations and shocks.

Use only standard "AAA"-sized batteries (1.5 V). Under normal circumstances, the
batteries have a service life of about one year. Replace both batteries (!). If the
performance of your remote becomes unsteady, always change the batteries.
If you do not use the remote for an extended period of time, please remove the
batteries.

Only dispose of batteries in an ecologically friendly manner. Your dealer will take
used batteries back.
2. Loading Batteries
Your mbl system remote control comes with two AAA-sized batteries (1.5 V).
First unscrew the four screws on the rear side of the remote control to remove the
bottom plate. Inside the unit you will find the battery holder. Insert the batteries with
correct +/- orientation. Screw the bottom plate on the remote control.
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3. Operating the Remote Control Unit
a) Operating Range
The optimal working distance will be up to 16,4 ft max and within an angle of +/- 15
degrees.
b) Basic Functions
With the buttons PRE, CD, TUNER, and D/A the respective functions can be activated.
Button PRE activates the functions of the pre-amplifier; button CD selects the CD
player or CD transport; button D/A selects the D/A converter and button TUNER the
tuner.
The volume function is always activated. With these buttons, you control the master
volume.
c) Pre-Amplifier ("Pre“)
The PRE button (1) activates the functions related to the pre-amplifier.
Button
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
10:
Function
volume up
volume down
select input up
select input down
output group I on/off
output group II on/off
step through brightness levels of the display
MUTE: turns sound on and off
STANDBY: switch to standby mode
PRE
CD
TUNER
D/A
1
IN
2
4
5
OUT
6
3
7
II
1
3
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
REPEAT
PROG
A/B
0
8
DISP OFF
ERR LEV
AN IN
XLR/RCA
9
10
TIME
MUTE
20
SHUFFLE
STANDBY
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d) CD-Player, CD-Transport („CD“)
The CD button (1) activates the CD player or the CD transport. The other CD-related
controls are as follows:
Button
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
10:
11:
12
13:
14:
15:
16:
Function
pre amp volume up
pre amp volume down
I◄◄ skip back
►►I skip forward
◄◄ review (during playback)
►► fast forward (during playback)
►
Play
II
CD pause
■
CD stop
select title by number
REPEAT: press 1 x : CD repeat,
press 2 x : active title repeat,
press 3 x : repeat off
A/B: specify passages for repeat playback. This button
works only during playback.
PROG: program title
TIME: remaining time indicated in the display changes
between active title and entire CD
SHUFFLE: random play
PRE
CD
TUNER
D/A
1
IN
5
2
4
3
6
OUT
7
II
1
2
3
8
5
4
6
11
9
9
7
8
10
A/B
REPEAT
0
PROG
13
12
14
DISP OFF
ERR LEV
XLR/RCA
AN IN
15
16
TIME
SHUFFLE
MUTE
17
STANDBY
e) D/A-Converter („D/A“)
PRE
CD
TUNER
D/A
The D/A button (1) operates the D/A converter.
1
Button
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
10:
Function
pre amp volume up
pre amp volume down
select digital input up
select digital input down
DISP OFF: step through brightness levels of the display
MUTE turns sound on and off
ERR LEV: true audio data on/off
AN IN: analogue input on/off
XLR/RCA: select analogue input XLR or RCA
IN
4
2
5
OUT
3
II
1
3
2
4
5
6
7
9
8
REPEAT
PROG
A/B
0
6
10
DISP OFF
ERR LEV
XLR/RCA
AN IN
11
7
MUTE
21
8
9
TIME
SHUFFLE
STANDBY
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d)
Tuner (TUNER)
The TUNER button (1) will activate the tuner functions.
PRE
CD
TUNER
D/A
1
Button
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
Function
volume up
volume down
select pre-set radio stations up
select pre set radio stations down
automatic station scanning up
automatic station scanning down
select pre-set radio station directly
A/B: switch between mono and stereo reception
IN
2
4
3
6
5
OUT
7
II
3
1
2
8
5
4
6
7
9
8
PROG
0
REPEAT
A/B
9
DISP OFF
ERR LEV
TIME
MUTE
XLR/RCA
AN IN
SHUFFLE
STANDBY
B. Maintenance
1. Cleaning Exterior Surfaces
To clean the exterior surfaces of your mbl system remote control use a damp, soft cloth
(soapy water if necessary). Never use cleansing agents and solvents.
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2. Troubleshooting
If there are any problems, first make sure that the components themselves can be
operated correctly via their own front panel buttons. If not, please address the owner's
manual of the corresponding component.
If the component is working correctly but you are unable to control its functions with the
system remote control, please check the following points:

Are you operating your remote control unit within the acceptable distance and
angle from the component?

Is there an obstruction between the transmitter and the remote sensor of your
component?

Did you select the right component?

Are the batteries inserted correctly? Check if the +/- orientation of the batteries
corresponds with those displayed at the bottom of the battery compartment.

Are the batteries run down? Check by replacing them with a fresh pair.

Is the infrared transmitter dirty or smeared? If so, clean it with a soft, dry cloth.

Is the remote sensor on your hifi component dirty? If so, use a dry, soft cloth to
clean it.

Did you accidentally press two or more buttons at once? The remote control unit
will only function if you press one button at a time.
Please note that the following factors may also cause the remote unit to malfunction:
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high temperature (over 50° C, e.g. near heating appliances)
low temperature (below 10° C)
extreme humidity (over 95 %, e.g. near air conditioners)
extremely dry air (humidity below 10 %)
extreme temperature variations (condensation)
dust
vibrations and shocks
interference from other remote control units.
C. Overview
1. Specifications
Model:
Power:
Remote System:
Dimensions:
Weight (net):
Different designs available
2 "AAA"-sized batteries (1.5 V)
Infrared
1.9 in(W) x 6.7 in(D) x 0.4 in(H)
50 mm x 175 mm x 17 mm
250 g (without batteries)
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