The Performance Combo
Product Instruction Manual
Performance Combo
Your new Coomber
Accessorise your Coomber
We also produce a comprehensive range
of accessories that can help you get more
from your Coomber:
1918 Microphone
1850 Wall mounted
speaker bracket
Please contact
Coomber
to place your
order now!
Included in the box
Plus 2 iPod/phone connecting leads
IEC Mains
lead
430 Loudspeaker
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Controlling your Coomber
USB
SD
Card
CD Player CD Volume
4 Wired
2 Radio
Bluetooth
Microphone Microphone
volumes
volumes
Connecting to your Coomber
AUX in
Line in
(from
rear)
Master
Volume
Aux in Power
(from on/off
front)
Audio line in
(RCA Phono)
Mains in
(IEC)
Standard 4
speaker
6 x Wired
Microphone sockets
* UHF Models only
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Performance Combo
Power connection
Bluetooth
• Connect the power IEC lead into the back of the unit.
• Plug into to the mains supply.
• Switch on power to the unit.
• Press the on / off button on the front panel.
• The unit will then be lit up.
Note: there is a fuse under IEC socket
• Turn the unit on.
• Enable Bluetooth on your device– iPod/iPhone etc.
• When discovered Audio Device will be displayed on your
device.
• Select pair or connect on your device.
• An audio notification will be heard and also connected or
paired will be shown on your device.
• You will be able to play music on your device and amplify
it with the Performance Combo.
• Bluetooth range is generally low power Class2 10mtrs
without drop out.
NOTE: If another device is already paired/connected you
will not be able to pair at the same time. You will need to
switch the unit off and on then try again or turn off the
Bluetooth on the other device.
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Playing a CD/USB/SD Card
• FEED a CD printed side up into the slot, the CD can be
CDA format or MP3.
• EJECT - If pressed this will send the disc out.
• SPEED - Turning left enables a slower play speed,
turning right allows a faster play speed. Normal speed is
achieved by turning the control until the centre dent/
notch is felt.
• SOURCE - When the Source key is pressed you can
toggle between the CD, USB and SD CARD READER.
• FOLDER-When in “stop “mode, select the folder to be
played by scrolling through <<back or >> next folder.
When in the “play” mode, you can skip the track being
played to the next or previous track that is in the folders
list by pressing << or >>.
CAUTION If no sound is heard;
• Check the mute button on the CD, if playing from a CD/
USB/SD Card.
• Turn up the master volume & input volume to the
desired level.
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Input Mix Levels
• Each audio input has its own volume level, as a starting
point set all to half volume (12 o’clock) then tweak each
one to your desired level (note at 12 o’clock this is already
pre-set).
• E.g. CD volume slightly lower than Microphone so that
your voice can be heard over the music.
• Then use the master volume to adjust the overall volume
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Wired Microphones
• Plug in a Coomber 1918 microphone to any of the 4 free
microphone ports (if required the wireless microphone ports
can be used).
• Turn up the control.
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Speakers
Using twist & lock speakon connectors simply locate and
push in to the relevant speaker outlet L & R ideally to a 430
or 429 Coomber speaker.
40W 8Ω per outlet.
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Performance Combo
Connecting an iPod or External audio device
Coomber 41242 (front of unit)
• Using the supplied 41242 3.5 Aux in lead connect to the headphone output of the external device (iPod, phone) then connect
to the Aux in on the front panel.
• Using the supplied 41243 3.5mm jack plug lead connect to the headphone output of the external device (iPod, phone) to the
audio line in on the rear panel.
• Use the external device to play and adjust the volume after it is plugged in.
• You can use your Coomber to adjust the volume.
Remote control & menu features will not control your external device.
Coomber 41243 (Back of unit)
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Performance Combo
Tips:
Before you power up please make sure that the master volume knob is down!
When switching off please also turn the main volume all the way down, as the removal of power can cause a loud “POP” as
the control circuitry will shut down before the amplifier stage.
When connecting any audio device to an amplifier, ensure the volume is turned down during the plugging in & unplugging as
loud noise can be generated. This is especially critical for microphones as they have a sensitive input.
When using wireless microphones for public address, it is wise to ensure wherever possible:
•
the microphones are kept as far away from the systems speakers
•
keep the microphone behind the front row of speakers and try not to aim the microphone at the speaker,
•
turn the volume of the microphone level up slowly if any unwanted noise is heard turn it down slightly, this is likely to
be the level of amplification for your room.
Excessive amplification of the microphone will cause it to pick up its own sound from the speakers and amplify it again
causing audio feedback, its volume control must be turned down to regulate this.
While using a microphone if you walk around the room, as you get close to the speakers this feedback may also occur,
so you either keep further away from the speakers or adjust the volume down.
It is good practice to do a sound check prior to any live event to establish the ideal and maximum levels, these may need to
be tweaked during the performance or as the room fills up as the acoustic properties of the room will change.
Microphones always work best when they are close to the audio source (your mouth) the further away the less signal they
will have to amplify. If you move the microphone closer and further away from you during its use the volume that your
audience will hear will vary dramatically. Keep speaking in a constant level, keep the microphone in a constant distance from
you and everything should be OK.
When using wireless microphones, top tips are test its range, if it is a critical event always fit new batteries before the show,
ensure the microphone is turned off immediately after you have used it, check the user knows how to use the microphone.
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See Website for Full Safety Information
• Do not use in confined space.
• This unit requires 24V DC only 2.7A max.
• All Coomber equipment is covered by a 12 months warranty against
defective components or faulty manufacture from date of dispatch.
• Any modifications to or misuse of the equipment renders this warranty void.
• Equipment that is security marked or damaged cannot,
under any circumstances, be exchanged.
• We reserve the right to change products and specifications without notice.
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