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Instruction Manual for Models

ADP700.1

ADP1200.1

ADP1000.4

ADP1500.6

ADMP500.1

ADMP2002.

ADMP400.4

ADMP900.6

INDEX

Technology

ADP Specifications

ADMP Specifications

ADP 700.1 and ADP1200.1

ADP 1000.4

ADP 1500.6

ADMP 500.1

ADMP 200.2

ADMP 400.4

ADMP 900.6

ADP FREQUENCY CHART

ADMP FREQUENCY CHART

FUSE RATINGS and WIRE GAUGE CHART

BALANCED-UNBALANCED CONVERSIONS

INFORMATION

Pages 1, 2

Page 3

Page 4

Pages 5, 6, 7

Pages 8, 9, 10

Pages 11, 12, 13, 14

Page 15

Pages 16

Pages 17, 18, 19

Pages 20, 21, 22

Page 23

Page 24

Page 25

Page 26-30

Page 31

Technology

Page 1

AD DESIGNS is proud to introduce these new amplifiers to the market. They employ state of the art electronics with class leading technology.

The ADP series employ fully regulated power supplies which deliver constant output voltage independent of the vehicle’s battery voltage. Should the vehicle’s battery voltage drop below about 11.5 volts, the amplifiers will simply loosen up their regulated status and only continuous output power would reduce slightly.

The output power with music shall remain essentially the same.

ADP amplifiers employ 24dB/octave Linkwitz-Riley crossovers for both High and

Low pass types and ultra low noise integrated circuits are used throughout the front end stages.

The ADMP series employ quasi regulated power supplies which are dependent on the value of the vehicle’s battery voltage.

ADMP amplifiers employ 12dB/octave Linkwitz-Riley crossovers for both High and Low pass types except the ADMP 500.1 which has 24dB/octave Linkwitz-

Riley crossovers and ultra low noise integrated circuits are used throughout the front end stages.

All AD DESIGNS amplifiers have the following features unless noted:

* Balanced or unbalanced inputs, switchable by either PCB DIP switch or front panel switch depending on model type.

* Auto turn on via DC voltage sense on inputs when in BALANCED mode only.

Damage will de done to head units with BTL outputs if connected to an

UNBALANCED input.

* If the hard wired remote turn on feature is used, the auto turn is automatically disabled.

* All the amplifiers feature APEC circuitry which prevents clipping and distortion.

The current consumption (and heat) are vastly reduced when APEC is activated.

* Each amplifier (except ADMP 900.6) feature peak power LEDs on both front panel and the remote. The remote’s LED turns from GREEN to RED when peak power is reached.

* The amplifiers are protected against over voltage of the battery supply (16.3v shut down), reverse polarity of the battery connections, thermal shut down should the heat sink temperature reach 75 deg C (167 def F), DC protect should and DC in excess of about plus or minus 5 volts appear on any speaker output and short circuit protection on the speaker outputs. (AD does not recommend deliberately shorting the speaker leads or shorting speaker leads from one

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Channel to the other.

* All high value electrolytic capacitors used are low ESR 105 deg C types and these have been chosen for their sonic qualities.

* Since every class D amplifier employs a reconstruction filter at it’s output, the quality of the inductor and capacitor are critical for good sound quality. Wima high pulse current type are used on every amplifier’s filter and low loss powdered iron or gapped ferrite cores are used for the inductors.

* The class D amplifiers on every model use ultra low gate charge MOSFETs which are critical for the operation of these full range class D amplifiers. Even the mono blocks use the same full range designs!

* Power supplies are all over built in terms of transformer size and the quality of the MOSFETs used as well as their unique drive circuits. The size of the transformer and operating frequency of the switch mode power supply determine the ultimate amount of energy which can be extracted. Typical supplies use a switching frequency of between 25 to 40KHz. We use 75KHz which means that we can extract between 1.5 to 2.2 times the power from a given transformer core. The MOSFETs we use are also low gate charge high current types. Even though the manufacturer of the MOSFETs rate them at 98 amps each, the physical facts rule. The leads of the MOSFET are not capable of carrying anywhere close to 98 amps! We limit the peak current of any power supply

MOSFET to about 30 amps.

* The control circuits which are activated in the boot up procedure of the amplifiers are optically isolated from the audio circuits.

* Every AD DESIGNS amplifier uses 4 layer FR4 PCB material. Why? Several reasons. Multiple ground planes are employed as we have four available layers to use and these ground planes allow us to drastically lower the radiated EMI of these amplifiers. The routing of critical PCB tracks is enhanced as we have the extra two layers to use.

* The full range class D amplifier sections all operate at about 370KHz which is in the “sweet spot” of efficiency versus radiated EMI versus sound quality.

* The amplifiers which have more than one channel have their class D clocks locked at a single frequency which eliminates the beat frequencies we often encounter in most multi channel class D amplifiers out there.

* Great attention has been paid to the layout of the PCBs due to the fact that in high frequency switching circuits, PCB layout is as critical as the electronic design itself.

* ADP 700.1/1200.1 may be bridged with a 4 ohm load to deliver 1400w and 2400w respectively OR may be cascaded with each subsequent amplifier driving it’s own woofer where the master’s controls affect all further cascaded amplifiers.

Specifications for ADP Amplifiers

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Specification ADP700.1

ADP1200.1 ADP1000.4 ADP1500.6

Output @ 4 ohm

Output @ 2 ohm

500 watts 800 watts 170w x 4 170w x 6

700 watts 1200 watts 250w x 4 250w x 6

Compared Continuous Power

With APEC fully engaged on

Subwoofers 1500 watts 2500 watts 1000w x2 1000w x 3

Input Sensitivity (Unbalanced) ------------------------- 0.25v to 8v---------------------------

Input Sensitivity (Balanced) ------------------------- 0.5v to 16v---------------------------

Input Impedance at 1KHz --------------- 8.2K ohm balanced per leg--------------

Input Impedance at 1KHz ------------------ 8.2K ohm unbalanced------------------

Frequency Response

THD @ 2KHz 4 ohm

------------------10Hz to 35KHz -1dB----------------------

<0.25% <0.25% <0.1% <0.1%

Noise below rated output

A weighted -96dB -98dB -94dB -94dB

All crossovers are 24dB/octave Linkwitz-Riley

High Pass Crossover ------10Hz-150Hz---- N/A

High Pass Crossover Ch 1+2 N/A

N/A

N/A 55Hz-4KHz 55Hz-4KHz

High Pass Crossover Ch 3+4 N/A

High Pass Crossover Ch 5+6 N/A

N/A 10Hz-1KHz 55Hz-4KHz

N/A N/A 10Hz-1KHz

Low Pass Crossover ------40Hz-230Hz---- N/A

Low Pass Crossover Ch 1+2 N/A

N/A

N/A 55Hz-4KHz N/A

Low Pass Crossover Ch 3+4 N/A

Low Pass Crossover Ch 5+6 N/A

N/A 55Hz-4KHz 55Hz-4KHz

N/A N/A 50Hz-1KHz

Remote Level Port Yes Yes Yes Yes

Fuse Rating with 4 ohm 30A 40A 25A** 40A**

Fuse Rating with 2 ohm 60A 80A 50A** 60A**

** These fuse ratings should be lowered if channels are run in High Pass mode due to the fact that the energy contact is substantially reduced (thus current draw) when channels are in HP mode. A 30% reduction is a good number.

Size (232 x 51.4mm) 250.5mm

347.7mm 250.5mm 347.7mm

Size (9.13”x 2.02”) 9.86” 13.69” 9.86” 13.69”

Net Weight (Kg) 3.4

3.98

3.4 3.98

Specifications for ADMP Amplifiers

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Specification ADMP500.1 ADMP200.2 ADMP400.4 ADP900.6

Output @ 4 ohm 300 watts 100w x 2 80w x 4 80w x 4

200w x 2

Output @ 2 ohm 500 watts 125w x 2 110w x 4 110w x 4

280w x 2

Compared Continuous Power with APEC fully engaged on subwoofers 1000w 500w x 1 500w x 2 500w x 2

1000w x 1

Input Sensitivity (Unbalanced) ------------------------- 0.25v to 8v---------------------------

Input Sensitivity (Balanced) ------------------------- 0.5v to 16v---------------------------

Input Impedance at 1KHz --------------- 8.2K ohm balanced per leg--------------

Input Impedance at 1KHz ------------------ 8.2K ohm unbalanced------------------

Frequency Response ------------------10Hz to 35KHz -1dB----------------------

THD @ 2KHz 4 ohm <01% <0.1% <0.1% <0.1%

Noise below rated output

A weighted -95dB -89dB -89dB -89dB

-93dB

ADMP500.1 has 24dB/octave crossovers, all others 12dB/octave, all Linkwitz-Riley

High Pass Crossover 10Hz-150Hz N/A N/A N/A

High Pass Crossover Ch 1+2 N/A 10Hz-400Hz 55Hz-4KHz 55Hz-4KHz

High Pass Crossover Ch 3+4 N/A N/A 10Hz-1KHz 10Hz-1KHz

High Pass Crossover Ch 5+6 N/A N/A N/A 10Hz-1KHz

Low Pass Crossover 40Hz-240Hz N/A N/A N/A

Low Pass Crossover Ch 1+2 N/A 55Hz-4KHz N/A N/A

Low Pass Crossover Ch 3+4 N/A N/A 55Hz-4KHz 55Hz-4KHz

Low Pass Crossover Ch 5+6 N/A N/A N/A 50Hz-1KHz

Remote Level Port Yes Yes Yes Yes

Fuse Rating with 4 ohm 30A 15A** 20A** 25A**

Fuse Rating with 2 ohm 50A 25A** 30A** 40A**

** These fuse ratings should be lowered if channels are run in High Pass mode due to the

fact that the energy contact is substantially reduced (thus current draw) when channels are in HP mode. A 30% reduction is a good number.

Size (151 x 49.9mm) 209.85mm 209.85mm 209.85mm 340.8mm

Size (5.94”x 1.96”) 8.26” 8.26” 8.26” 13.4”

Net Weight (Kg) 2.0 2.0 2.0 3.3

Net Weight (lbs) 4.4 4.4 4.4 7.26

ADP 700.1 and ADP 1200.1

Single amplifier driving one or two woofers

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1) Set BAL/UNBAL switch to suit the source. DO NOT set to unbalanced if using a head unit which has BTL outputs.

2) Set High and Low Pass crossovers to suit the woofer

3) Set the X OVER switch to HP for the Low Pass crossover to be bypassed. This function is used for systems with DSP.

4) Set the X OVER switch to LP/BP so that the Low Pass crossover is active

5) Set the LEVEL control to suit the signal source’s output level.

6) The easiest way to set the LEVEL control is to set the volume control of the signal source to about 85-90% of it’s maximum and then whilst playing your favourite CD, set the LEVEL control until the APEC LED just flashes on the loudest peaks.

7) Set the MODE switch to master.

8) If the remote level controller is used, set the LEVEL control close to fully CW.

9) Connect the woofer(s) to the speaker outputs making sure that the MINIMUM speaker impedance is 2 ohms.

PWR APEC PRT

REMOTE

LINE OUT

+

SLAVE MASTER

MODE

8v

0.25v

HP LP/BP

75

55

40

120

180

210

230

LEVEL X OVER LP

29

19

10

52

95

120

150

UNBAL

BAL

HP

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

10-40Hz

1

2

LINE IN

To amplifier’s inputs

HU Outputs

GND REM BATT+

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

2 OHM MINIMUM

+

FUSE AT

BATTERY

100A

BATTERY

ADP 1200.1

+

ADP 700.1 and ADP 1200.1

Two amplifiers BRIDGED driving one or two woofers

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1) Set the MODE switch to master for the MASTER and to SLAVE for the SLAVE.

2) If the remote level controller is used, set the LEVEL control close to fully CW on the

MASTER amplifier. The remote port on the slave is not active.

3) Connect the - line out of the master to the #1 line input of the slave.

4) Connect the woofer(s) as shown making sure that the MINIMUM speaker impedance is 4 ohms.

5) None of the controls on the SLAVE are active.

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

10-40Hz

PWR APEC PRT

+

SLAVE

MODE

8v

0.25v

HP LP/BP

75

55

40

120

180

210

230

LEVEL X OVER LP

29

19

10

52

95

120

150

UNBAL

BAL

HP

REMOTE

1

2

LINE OUT

LINE IN

To amplifier’s inputs

HU Outputs

PWR APEC PRT

REMOTE

LINE OUT

+

MASTER

MODE

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

HP LP/BP

75

55

40

120

180

210

230

X OVER LP

29

19

10

52

95

120

150

UNBAL

BAL

HP

LINE IN

2

1

GND REM BATT+

+

SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

2 OHM MINIMUM

ADP 1200.1

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

GND REM BATT+

FUSE AT

BATTERY

100A

BATTERY

+

SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

2 OHM MINIMUM

+

4 OHM MINIMUM

ADP 1200.1

ADP 700.1 and ADP 1200.1

Two amplifiers IN CASCADE driving individual woofers

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1) Set the MODE switch to master for the MASTER and to SLAVE for the SLAVE.

2) If the remote level controller is used, set the LEVEL control close to fully CW on the

MASTER amplifier. The remote port on the slave is not active.

3) Connect the + line out of the master to the #1 line input of the slave.

4) Connect the woofers as shown making sure that the MINIMUM speaker impedance is 4 ohms.

5) None of the controls on the SLAVE are active.

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

10-40Hz

PWR APEC PRT

++

SLAVE

MODE

8v

0.25v

HP LP/BP

75

55

40

120

180

210

230

LEVEL X OVER LP

29

19

10

52

95

120

150

UNBAL

BAL

HP

REMOTE

1

2

LINE OUT

LINE IN

To amplifier’s inputs

HU Outputs

PWR APEC PRT

REMOTE

LINE OUT

+

MASTER

MODE

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

HP LP/BP

75

55

40

120

180

210

230

X OVER LP

29

19

10

52

95

120

150

UNBAL

BAL

HP

LINE IN

2

1

GND REM BATT+

+

SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

2 OHM MINIMUM

ADP 1200.1

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

GND REM BATT+

FUSE AT

BATTERY

100A

BATTERY

+

SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

2 OHM MINIMUM

ADP 1200.1

+

2 OHM MINIMUM

+

2 OHM MINIMUM

ADP 1000.4

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1) Set BAL/UNBAL switch to suit the source. DO NOT set to unbalanced if using a head unit which has BTL outputs. Please refer to Page 26 for details on how to do this.

2) Channels 1+2 have four modes of operation.

Full range: Set the X OVER switch to FR and all crossovers are bypassed.

High Pass: Set the X OVER switch to HP and the High Pass crossover is active.

Low Pass: Set the X OVER switch to LP and the LP MODE switch to LP and the Low Pass crossover is active

Band Pass: Set the X OVER switch to LP and the LP MODE switch to BP and both Highand Low

Pass crossovers are active.

3) Channels 3+4 have four modes of operation

Full range: Set the X OVER switch to HP and set the High Pass crossover to 10Hz.

High Pass: This is a variation of above where the High Pass crossover is set to a frequency much greater than 10Hz.

Low Pass: Set the X OVER switch to LP/BP and both High and Low Pass crossovers are active.

For Low Pass the High Pass is set to 10Hz

Bandpass the High pass is typically set higher than 10Hz.

4) The FUNCTION switch when set to MONO mixes the signals of channels 3+4 to mono, feeds these to the main amplifiers and allows the use of the remote port. This is typically used when the 1000.4 is used as a three channel amplifier with channels 3+4 running subs and channels

1+2 running component speakers.

5) The switch labeled INPUT allows the use of a two channel source to drive all four channels.

The signal source must be connected to inputs 3+4.

Some examples of systems using ADP1000.4 with and without ADP700.1/1200.1

ADP1000.4 in High Pass driving four component speakers

APEC

PRT PWR 1/2 3/4

REMOTE

LP HP FR

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

X OVER

MONO ST

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

FUNCTION

Active controls & switch positions

are shown in RED

CH 1+2

BP LP

300

140

85

750

1.5K

140

85

55

55

LP

CH 3+4

4K

300

750

1.5K

4K

LP

MODE

LP/BP

HP

LP X OVER

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

300

140

85

55

HP

750

1.5K

4K

50

15

25

10

HP

140

280

1K

2 4

INPUT

USE INPUTS

3+4

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

1

2

3

4

To amplifier’s inputs

HU Outputs

GND REM BATT+

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

+ +

1

+

BRIDGE

2 3

+

BRIDGE

4

SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

2 OHM MINIMUM/CHANNEL

OR 4 OHM/BRIDGED PAIR

ADP 1000.4

FUSE AT

BATTERY

100A

1 2

+

3 4

+

BATTERY

+ +

ADP700.1 or 1200.1 may be added

for sub woofer duty

ADP1000.4

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ADP1000.4 in tri channel driving component speakers off channels 1+2 and sub woofer(s) off channels 3+4 either separate woofers or in bridged

mode as shown below

APEC

PRT

PWR 1/2

3/4

REMOTE

THE “FUNCTION” SWITCH

LP HP FR

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

X OVER

MONO ST

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

FUNCTION

MAY BE SET TO MONO or ST

DEPENDING ON THE REQUIREMENT

OF THE REMOTE PORT

CH 1+2

BP LP

300

140

85

750

1.5K

140

85

55

LP

CH 3+4

4K

300

750

1.5K

LP

MODE

LP/BP HP

55 4K

LP X OVER

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

300

140

85

55

HP

750

1.5K

4K

50

25

15

10

HP

140

280

1K

2 4

INPUT

USE INPUTS

3+4

TYP SETTING

55-100Hz

TYP SETTING

10-40Hz

1

2

3

4

To amplifier’s inputs

HU Outputs

GND REM BATT+

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

+ +

1

+

BRIDGE

2 3

+

BRIDGE

4

SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

2 OHM MINIMUM/CHANNEL

OR 4 OHM/BRIDGED PAIR

ADP 1000.4

FUSE AT

BATTERY

100A

1 2

+

3 4

+

+

Minimum impedance in bridge mode is 4 ohm

BATTERY

Alternatively two separate woofers may be connected to ch’s 3+4 with a minimum impedance of 2 ohms EACH

ADP 1000.4

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ADP1000.4 driving two tweeters from Ch 1+2 and Midrange from Ch 3+4

With an ADP700.1 or 1200.1 driving sub woofer speakers and a subwoofer

APEC

REMOTE

PRT

PWR

1/2 3/4

TYP SETTING

4KHz

LP HP FR

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

X OVER

MONO ST

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

FUNCTION

CH 1+2

BP LP

300

140

85

55

LP

CH 3+4

4K

300

750

1.5K

LP

MODE

LP/BP HP

140

85

55

750

1.5K

4K

LP X OVER

TYP SETTING

4KHz

300

140

85

55

750

HP

1.5K

4K

50

15

25

10

140

HP

280

1K

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

2 4

INPUT

USE INPUTS

3+4

1

2

3

4

HU Outputs

To amplifier’s inputs

GND REM BATT+

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

2 OHM MINIMUM/CHANNEL

OR 4 OHM/BRIDGED PAIR

TWEETERS

+ +

1

+

BRIDGE

2 3

+

BRIDGE

4

+

1 2

+

3 4

+

ADP 1000.4

FUSE AT

BATTERY

100A

+

BATTERY

MIDRANGE

PWR APEC PRT

REMOTE

LINE OUT

+

SLAVE MASTER

MODE

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

HP LP/BP

75

55

40

120

180

210

230

X OVER LP

29

19

10

52

95

120

150

UNBAL

BAL

HP

LINE IN

1

2

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

10-40Hz

GND REM BATT+

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

+

SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

2 OHM MINIMUM

ADP 1200.1

+

ADP 1500.6

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1) Set BAL/UNBAL switch to suit the source. DO NOT set to unbalanced if using a head unit which has BTL outputs. Please refer to Page 27 for details on how to do this.

2) Channels 1+2 have two modes of operation.

Full range: Set the X OVER switch to FR and the crossover is bypassed.

High Pass: Set the X OVER switch to HP and the High Pass crossover is active.

3) Channels 3+4 have five modes of operation.

Full range: Set the X OVER switch to FR and all crossovers are bypassed..

High Pass: Set the X OVER switch to HP and the High Pass crossover is active

Low Pass: Set the X OVER switch to LP and the Low Pass crossover is active

Band Pass: Set the X OVER switch to LP and the MODE switch to BP and both High and Low

Pass crossovers are active.

Copy 5/6: Set the MODE switch to COPY 5/6. In this mode, the signals from Ch 5+6 are fed into the Low Pass crossover of Ch 3+4. Whatever settings are done for Ch 5+6 WILL be duplicated by Ch 3+4 BUT the Low Pass crossover of Ch 3+4 is still in circuit. This mode of operation is intended to allow Ch 3+4 to duplicate Ch 5+6 when Ch 5+6 are set in Low Pass mode driving sub woofers. The Low Pass crossover of Ch 3_4 is then set to 4KHz to remove it from the passband set by the crossover sof Ch 5+6.

4) Channels 5+6 have four modes of operation

Full range: Set the X OVER switch to FR and all crossovers are bypassed..

High Pass: Set the X OVER switch to HP and the High Pass crossover is active

Low Pass: Set the X OVER switch to LP and the Low Pass crossover is active

Band Pass: Set the X OVER switch to LP and the MODE switch to BP and both High and Low

Pass crossovers are active.

5) The FUNCTION switch when set to MONO mixes the signals of channels 5+6 to mono, feeds these to the main amplifiers and allows the use of the remote port. This is typically used when the 1500.6 is used where Ch 5+6 are running sub woofers.

6) The switch labeled INPUT SELECT allows the use of a two, four or six channel source.

In position “6” the amplifier is a six in, six out configuration.

In position “4” the amplifier is a 4 in, 6 out configuration. Ch 1-4 feed their respective outputs and Ch 5+6 receive a mixed mono signal from Ch 1+3 and 2+4 respectively.

In position “2” the amplifier is a 2in, 6 out configuration. Ch 1 input feeds Ch 3 and 5 and Ch 2 input feeds Ch 4 and 6.

Typical modes of operation of the ADP1500.6

A) All channels in FR mode and an outboard DSP processor is used.

B) Ch 1+2 and 3+4 set to HP mode driving four component speakers with Ch 5+6 driving subs.

C) Ch 1+2 set to HP mode driving two component speakers and Ch 3-6 driving subs (See “copy

5/6” above.

D) Ch 1+2 in HP mode driving tweeters, Ch 3+4 in BP mode driving midrange and Ch 5+6 driving subs.

ADP 1500.6

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System One

Ch 1+2 and 3+4 set to HP mode driving four component speakers with Ch 5+6 driving subs.

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

1/2

APEC

140

85

3/4

55

5/6

PWR

PRT

300

HP FR

HP

750

1.5K

4K

X OVER

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

CH 1+2

140

85

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

55

300

COPY

5/6 BP LP

HP

750

1.5K

4K LP

MODE

140

85

55

CH 3+4

300

LP

LP HP FR

750

1.5K

4K

X OVER

LP HP FR

X OVER

120

80

50

CH 5+6

240

LP

500

700

1K

BP LP

LP

MODE

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

50

25

15

10

HP

140

280

1K

2 4 6

INPUT SELECT

MN ST

FUNCTION

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

10-40Hz

1

2

3

4

5

6

THE “FUNCTION” SWITCH

MAY BE SET TO MN or ST

DEPENDING ON THE REQUIREMENT

OF THE REMOTE PORT

To amplifier’s inputs

HU Outputs

IF ONLY TWO INPUTS ARE USED THEN

SET THE “INPUT SELECT” TO “2”

MINIMUM IMPEDANCE

IS 4 OHMS IN BRIDGE

MODE

GND REM BATT+

SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

2 OHM MINIMUM/CHANNEL

OR 4 OHM/BRIDGED PAIR

1

+

BRIDGE

2 3

+

BRIDGE

4

5

+

BRIDGE

6

1 2

+

3

4

+

5

6

+

ADP 1500.6

+

THE SUB WOOFER IS SHOWN

CONNECTED BRIDGED CH 5+6

TWO SUBS MAY OF COURSE BE

CONNECTED EACH TO Ch 5 AND Ch 6

MINIMUM IMPEDANCE PER WOOFER

IS 2 OHM

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

FUSE AT

BATTERY

100A

BATTERY

ADP1500.6

System Two

Page 13

Channels 1+2 set to HP mode driving two component speakers and channels

3-6 driving either two woofers in bridge mode (as shown) or four woofers, one on each of channels 3, 4, 5 and 6.

To amplifier’s inputs

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

4KHz

1/2

APEC

140

85

3/4

55

5/6

PWR

PRT

300

HP FR

HP

750

1.5K

4K

X OVER

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

CH 1+2

140

85

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

55

300

COPY

5/6 BP LP

HP

750

1.5K

4K

LP

MODE

140

85

55

CH 3+4

300

LP

LP HP FR

750

1.5K

4K

X OVER

LP HP FR

X OVER

120

80

50

CH 5+6

240

LP

500

700

1K

BP LP

LP

MODE

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

50

25

15

10

HP

140

280

1K

2 4 6

INPUT SELECT

MN ST

FUNCTION

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

10-40Hz

1

2

3

4

5

6

THE “FUNCTION” SWITCH

MAY BE SET TO MN or ST

DEPENDING ON THE REQUIREMENT

OF THE REMOTE PORT

HU Outputs

IF ONLY TWO INPUTS ARE USED THEN

SET THE “INPUT SELECT” TO “2”

+

MINIMUM IMPEDANCE

IS 4 OHMS IN BRIDGE

MODE

GND REM BATT+

SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

2 OHM MINIMUM/CHANNEL

OR 4 OHM/BRIDGED PAIR

1

+

BRIDGE

2 3

+

BRIDGE

4 5

+

BRIDGE

6

1 2

+

3 4

+

5 6

+

ADP 1500.6

+

THE SUB WOOFERS ARE SHOWN

CONNECTED BRIDGED.

FOUR SUBS MAY OF COURSE BE

CONNECTED EACH TO Ch 3,4,5 & 6

MINIMUM IMPEDANCE PER WOOFER

IS 2 OHM

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

FUSE AT

BATTERY

100A

BATTERY

ADP1500.6

System Three

Channels 1+2 set to HP mode driving tweeters.

Channels 3+4 in BP mode driving midrange.

Channels 5+5 in LP mode driving woofers.

Page 14

To amplifier’s inputs

HU Outputs

TYP SETTING

4KHz

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

4KHz

1/2

APEC

140

85

3/4

55

5/6

PWR

PRT

300

HP FR

HP

750

1.5K

4K

X OVER

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

CH 1+2

140

85

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

55

300

COPY

5/6 BP LP

HP

750

1.5K

4K

LP

MODE

140

85

55

CH 3+4

300

LP

LP HP FR

750

1.5K

4K

X OVER

LP HP FR

X OVER

120

80

50

CH 5+6

240

LP

500

700

1K

BP LP

LP

MODE

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

50

25

15

10

HP

140

280

1K

2 4 6

INPUT SELECT

MN ST

FUNCTION

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

10-40Hz

1

2

3

4

5

6

THE “FUNCTION” SWITCH

MAY BE SET TO MN or ST

DEPENDING ON THE REQUIREMENT

OF THE REMOTE PORT

MINIMUM IMPEDANCE

IS 4 OHMS IN BRIDGE

MODE

GND REM BATT+

SPEAKER IMPEDANCE

2 OHM MINIMUM/CHANNEL

OR 4 OHM/BRIDGED PAIR

1

+

BRIDGE

2 3

+

BRIDGE

4 5

+

BRIDGE

6

1 2

+

3 4

+

5 6

+

ADP 1500.6

+

THE SUB WOOFER IS SHOWN

CONNECTED BRIDGED CH 5+6

TWO SUBS MAY OF COURSE BE

CONNECTED EACH TO Ch 5 AND Ch 6

MINIMUM IMPEDANCE PER WOOFER

IS 2 OHM

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

FUSE AT

BATTERY

100A

BATTERY

ADMP 500.1

Single amplifier driving one or two woofers

Page 15

1) Set BAL/UNBAL switch to suit the source. DO NOT set to unbalanced if using a head unit which has BTL outputs.

2) Set High and Low Pass crossovers to suit the woofer

3) Set the X OVER switch to HP for the Low Pass crossover to be bypassed. This function is used for systems with DSP.

4) Set the X OVER switch to LP/BP so that the Low Pass crossover is active

5) Set the LEVEL control to suit the signal source’s output level.

6) The easiest way to set the LEVEL control is to set the volume control of the signal source to about 86-90% of it’s maximum and then whilst playing your favourite CD, set the LEVEL control until the APEC LED just flashes on the loudest peaks.

7) Set the MODE switch to master.

8) If the remote level controller is used, set the LEVEL control close to fully CW.

9) Connect the woofer(s) to the speaker outputs making sure that the MINIMUM speaker impedance is 2 ohms.

REMOTE

APEC PROT

PWR

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

MODE

LP/BP HP

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

80

55

40

125

185

215

240

LP

TYP SETTING

10-40Hz

28

19

10

50

INPUTS

UNBALANCED BALANCED

94

120

150

HP

1

2

ADMP 500.1

INPUTS

To amplifier’s inputs

HU Outputs

+

BATT

REM

GND

+

2 OHM MINIMUM

BATTERY

FUSE AT

BATTERY

50A

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

ADMP 200.2

Page 16

1) Set BAL/UNBAL switch to suit the source. DO NOT set to unbalanced if using a head unit which has BTL outputs. Please refer to page 28 on how to do this.

The amplifier has four modes of operation.

A) Set the MODE switch to HP, set the multiplier switch to x1, set the HP crossover to 10Hz and the amplifier runs effectively in full range.

B) Set the MODE switch to HP, set the HP crossover to a higher frequency setting, set the multiplier switch in or out depending on the high pass crossover frequency desired and the amplifier runs in High Pass mode.

C) Set the X OVER switch to LP/BP so that the Low Pass crossover is active as well.

Setting the HP crossover to 10Hz allows the amplifier to run in Low Pass.

Setting the HP crossover between 10-40Hz introduces a sub sonic filter.

Setting the FUNCTION switch to MN mixes the two channels to mono and allows the REMOTE port to function.

D) Setting the LP and HP crossovers to suitable frequencies allows the amplifier to operate in bandpass mode to drive midrange drivers in a multiway system.

5) Set the LEVEL control to suit the signal source’s output level.

6) The easiest way to set the LEVEL control is to set the volume control of the signal source to about 86-90% of it’s maximum and then whilst playing your favourite CD, set the LEVEL control until the APEC LED just flashes on the loudest peaks.

7) Set the MODE switch to master.

8) If the remote level controller is used, set the LEVEL control close to fully CW.

The diagram below shows the ADMP200.2 connected for sub woofer operation.

To amplifier’s inputs

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

10-40Hz

REMOTE

MN ST

8v

LEVEL

0.25v

FUNCTION

LP/BP HP

MODE

140

85

55

300

750

1.5K

4K

LP

OUT = x1

IN = x10

32

20

10

65

HP

150

240

400

PROT APEC PWR

ADMP 200.2

1

2

HU Outputs

ONE WOOFER PER CHANNEL

MAY BE USED INSTEAD OF A

SINGLE BRIDGED DRIVER

+

+

CH 1

BRIDGE

+

CH 2

BATT

REM

GND

MINIMUM SPEAKER

IMPEDANCE IS 4 OHM

BATTERY

FUSE AT

BATTERY

50A

2 OHM MINIMUM

PER CHANNEL

OR

4 OHM BRIDGED

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

ADMP 400.4

Page 17

1) Set BAL/UNBAL switch to suit the source. DO NOT set to unbalanced if using a head unit which has BTL outputs. Please refer to page 29 on how to do this.

Channels 1+2 have three modes of operation.

A) Set the MODE switch to FR and these channels run in full range with the LEVEL control being active.

B) Set the MODE switch to HP and these channels run in High Pass mode.

C) Set the MODE switch to COPY 3+4 and channels 1+2 will follow all settings of channels 3+4 except that the two LEVEL controls will be independent.

Channels 3+4 have four modes of operation.

A) Set the MODE switch to HP and set the frequency to 10Hz. The channels now run effectively in full range.

B) Setting the HP crossover to a frequency higher than 10Hz allows these channels to operate in High Pass mode.

C) Set the MODE switch to LP/BP, set the High Pass crossover to 10Hz and set the Low Pass crossover to the desired frequency and these channels operate in Low Pass mode.

D) Setting the High Pass crossover to a higher frequency than 10Hz allows these channels to operate in Band Pass mode.

E) Setting the FUNCTION switch to MN, mixes the 3+3 signals to mono and invokes the remote port.

2) Set the LEVEL controls to suit the signal source’s output level.

3) The easiest way to set the LEVEL control is to set the volume control of the signal source to about 85-90% of it’s maximum and then whilst playing your favourite CD, set the LEVEL control until the APEC LED just flashes on the loudest peaks.

4) If the remote level controller is used, set the LEVEL control close to fully CW.

5) The ADMP400.4 can be set up as a higher powered two channel amplifier. Set the MODE switch of Ch 1+2 to COPY 3+4. Set the crossovers on ch 3+4 to suit your application and connect the two speakers to the terminals marked “ BRIDGE” on the rear panel.

As an example setting ch 3+4 to HP allows either high power full range operation with HP set to

10Hz.

Setting the MODE switch to LP/BP and setting the HP crossover at between 10Hz-50Hz (Now functions as a subsonic crossover) and the LP to an appropriate frequency allows the amplifier to drive a pair of sub woofers.

ADMP 400.4

Page 18

The diagram below shows the ADMP400.4 set up to drive four component speakers

HU Outputs

To amplifier’s inputs

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

REMOTE

APEC

CH1/2 CH3/4

ADMP 400.4

8v

8v

LEVEL

LEVEL

CH 3+4

FUNCTION

MN ST

MODE

LP/BP HP

0.25v

0.25v

140

85

55

750 25

1.5K

15

4K 10

MODE

FR HP COPY3+4

140

85

55

HP

300

750

1.5K

4K

CH 1+2

LP

300

HP

50

140

280

1K

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

1

2

3

4

2 OHM MINIMUM

PER CHANNEL

OR

4 OHM BRIDGED

1

+

BRIDGE

2 3

+

BRIDGE

4

POWER

PROTECT

BATT

REM

GND

1 2

+

3 4

+

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

FUSE AT

BATTERY

50A

BATTERY

ADMP 400.4

Page 19

The diagram below shows the ADMP400.4 set up to drive two component speakers

And a single sub woofer

HU Outputs

To amplifier’s inputs

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

10-50Hz

REMOTE

APEC

CH1/2 CH3/4

ADMP 400.4

8v

8v

LEVEL

LEVEL

CH 3+4

FUNCTION

MN ST

MODE

LP/BP HP

0.25v

0.25v

140

85

55

750 25

1.5K

15

4K 10

MODE

FR HP COPY3+4

140

85

55

HP

300

750

1.5K

4K

CH 1+2

LP

300

HP

50

140

280

1K

1

2

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

3

4

2 OHM MINIMUM

PER CHANNEL

OR

4 OHM BRIDGED

1

+

BRIDGE

2 3

+

BRIDGE

4

POWER

PROTECT

BATT

REM

GND

1 2

+

3 4

+

+

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

FUSE AT

BATTERY

50A

BATTERY

ADMP 900.6

Page 20

1) Set BAL/UNBAL switch to suit the source. DO NOT set to unbalanced if using a head unit which has BTL outputs. Please refer to page 30 on how to do this.

Channels 1+2 has two modes of operation.

A) Set the PUSH SWITCH out to FR and these channels run in full range with the LEVEL control being active.

B) Set the PUSH SWITCH in to HP and these channels run in High Pass mode.

Channels 3+4 have four modes of operation.

A) Set the PUSH SWITCH out to HP and set the frequency to 10Hz. The channels now run effectively in full range.

B) Setting the HP crossover to a frequency higher than 10Hz allows these channels to operate in High Pass mode.

C) Set the PUSH SWITCH in to LP/BP, set the High Pass crossover to 10Hz and set the Low

Pass crossover to the desired frequency and these channels operate in Low Pass mode.

D) Setting the High Pass crossover to a higher frequency than 10Hz allows these channels to operate in Band Pass mode.

Channels 5+6 have four modes of operation.

A) Set the SLIDE SWITCH to HP and set the frequency to 10Hz. The channels now run effectively in full range.

B) Setting the HP crossover to a frequency higher than 10Hz allows these channels to operate in High Pass mode.

C) Set the SLIDE SWITCH to LP/BP, set the High Pass crossover to 10Hz and set the Low Pass crossover to the desired frequency and these channels operate in Low Pass mode.

D) Setting the High Pass crossover to a higher frequency than 10Hz allows these channels to operate in Band Pass mode.

E) Setting the SLIDE SWITCH to MONO mixes the channels to mono and invokes the REMOTE port. The channels continue to operate in LP/BP mode.

2) Set the LEVEL controls to suit the signal source’s output level.

3) The easiest way to set the LEVEL control is to set the volume control of the signal source to about 85-90% of it’s maximum and then whilst playing your favourite CD, set the LEVEL control until the APEC LED just flashes on the loudest peaks.

4) If the remote level controller is used, set the LEVEL control close to fully CW.

ADMP 900.6

Page 21

The diagram below shows the ADMP900.6 set up with channels 1-4 driving component

Speakers and channels 5+6 driving a pair of sub woofers (with alternate single woofer bridged)

The 6 amplifier inputs may be fed signal in different modes:

A) Head unit has 6 outputs, two of them “SUB” which would drive 5+6 inputs.

B) Head unit has only 4 outputs, use rear outputs and Y-adapt to feed Ch 3+4 and 5+6.

C) Use only a stereo pair of outputs and double Y-adapt to feed all 6 inputs

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

REMOTE LEVEL LEVEL

CH 3+4

IN-LP/BP

OUT-HP

140

LP

300

750

MONO

LP/BP

HP

120

80

50

8v

LP

0.25v

240

500 25

8v

HP

0.25v

IN-HP

OUT-FR

50

140

85

55

LEVEL

15

1.5K

4K

10

140

CH 5+6

15

700

1K 10

280

1K

8v 0.25v

85

55

CH 1+2

HP

25

50

HP

300

140

280

1K

750

1.5K

4K

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

10-50Hz

Switch set to MONO invokes the REMOTE port

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

1

3 5

2

4

ADMP 900.6

6

1

+

BRIDGE

2 3

+

BRIDGE

4 5

+

BRIDGE

6 BATT

REM

GND

PWR

PROT

+ 1 --

+ 3 --

+ 2 --

+ 4 --

1 2

+

3 4

+

5 6

+

2 OHM MINIMUM/CHANNEL

OR 4 OHM/BRIDGED PAIR

+ 5 -+ 6 --

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

FUSE AT

BATTERY

100A

BATTERY

ADMP 900.6

Page 22

The diagram below shows the ADMP900.6 set up with Ch 1+2 driving tweeters, Ch 3+4

Driving midrange and Ch 5+6 driving a woofer ( A single woofer in bridge mode)

The 6 amplifier inputs must be Y-adapted twice so that Ch 1, 3 & 5 receive the LEFT input signal and 2, 4 & 6 the RIGHT input signal.

TYP SETTING

1.5-4KHz

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

REMOTE LEVEL LEVEL

CH 3+4

IN-LP/BP

OUT-HP

140

LP

300

750

MONO

LP/BP

HP

120

80

50

8v

LP

0.25v

240

500 25

8v

HP

0.25v

IN-HP

OUT-FR

50

140

85

55

LEVEL

15

1.5K

4K

10

140

CH 5+6

15

700

1K 10

280

1K

8v 0.25v

85

55

CH 1+2

HP

25

50

HP

300

140

280

1K

750

1.5K

4K

TYP SETTING

70-100Hz

TYP SETTING

10-50Hz

Switch set to MONO invokes the REMOTE port

TYP SETTING

1.5-4KHz

1

3 5

2

4

ADMP 900.6

6

1

+

BRIDGE

2 3

+

BRIDGE

4 5

+

BRIDGE

6 BATT

REM

GND

PWR

PROT

+ 1 --

+ 3 --

+ 2 --

1 2

+

3 4

+

5 6

+

2 OHM MINIMUM/CHANNEL

OR 4 OHM/BRIDGED PAIR

5- AND 6+

NO CONNECTIONS

5+ 6--

+ 4 --

FUSE AT

AMPLIFIER

SEE SPEC PAGE

IMPORTANT

MINIMUM WOOFER

IMPEDANCE 4 OHM

FUSE AT

BATTERY

100A

BATTERY

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FUSE CHART

MODEL 4 OHM LOADS 2 OHM LOADS

ADP700.1

ADP1200.1

ADP1000.4

ADP1500.6

30A

40A

25A*

40A*

60A

80A

50A*

60A*

ADMP500.1

ADMP200.2

ADMP400.4

ADMP900.6

30A

15A*

20A*

25A*

50A

25A*

30A*

40A*

* These fuse ratings can be reduced by about 30% when channels of these

Amplifiers are run in a High Pass Mode.

ADP1000.4

Page 26

THE AMPLIFIER IS DELIVERED FROM THE FACTORY WITH THE INPUTS SET TO

UNBALANCED.

TO CONVERT TO BALANCED INPUTS FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS

1) REMOVE THE BOTTOM COVER OF THE AMPLIFIER.

2) BEHIND THE RCA SOCKETS IS A SWITCH MARKED SW1 AS SHOWN ABOVE.

3) USING A SMALL SCREWDRIVER MOVE THE 4 SMALL LEVERS OF SWITCH

SHOWN IN BLUE ABOVE, TO THE OFF POSITION WHICH IS OPPOSITE TO THE

PRINT ON THE SWITCH SHOWING “ON”.

4) TAKE CARE WHEN MOVING THESE LEVERS AS THEY DO NOT REQUIRE

MUCH STRENGTH TO MOVE THEM.

ADP1500.6

Page 27

THE AMPLIFIER IS DELIVERED FROM THE FACTORY WITH THE INPUTS SET TO

UNBALANCED.

TO CONVERT TO BALANCED INPUTS FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS

1) REMOVE THE BOTTOM COVER OF THE AMPLIFIER.

2) BEHIND THE RCA SOCKETS IS A VERTICAL PCB AS SHOWN ABOVE.

3) USING A SMALL SCREWDRIVER MOVE THE 6 SMALL LEVERS OF SWITCH

SHOWN IN BLUE ABOVE, TO THE OFF POSITION WHICH IS OPPOSITE TO THE

PRINT ON THE SWITCH SHOWING “ON”.

4) TAKE CARE WHEN MOVING THESE LEVERS AS THEY DO NOT REQUIRE

MUCH STRENGTH TO MOVE THEM.

ADMP 200.2

Page 28

THE AMPLIFIER IS DELIVERED FROM THE FACTORY WITH THE INPUTS SET TO

UNBALANCED.

TO CONVERT TO BALANCED INPUTS FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS

1) REMOVE THE BOTTOM COVER OF THE AMPLIFIER.

2) TO THE RIGHT OF THE RCA SOCKETS IS A SWITCH Sw2 AS SHOWN ABOVE.

3) USING A SMALL SCREWDRIVER MOVE THE 2 SMALL LEVERS OF SWITCH

SHOWN IN BLUE ABOVE, TO THE OFF POSITION WHICH IS OPPOSITE TO THE

PRINT ON THE SWITCH SHOWING “ON”.

4) TAKE CARE WHEN MOVING THESE LEVERS AS THEY DO NOT REQUIRE

MUCH STRENGTH TO MOVE THEM.

ADMP 400.4

Page 29

THE AMPLIFIER IS DELIVERED FROM THE FACTORY WITH THE INPUTS SET TO

UNBALANCED.

TO CONVERT TO BALANCED INPUTS FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS

1) REMOVE THE BOTTOM COVER OF THE AMPLIFIER.

2) BEHIND THE RCA SOCKETS IS A SWITCH, SW1 AS SHOWN ABOVE.

3) USING A SMALL SCREWDRIVER MOVE THE 4 SMALL LEVERS OF SWITCH

SHOWN IN BLUE ABOVE, TO THE OFF POSITION WHICH IS OPPOSITE TO THE

PRINT ON THE SWITCH SHOWING “ON”.

4) TAKE CARE WHEN MOVING THESE LEVERS AS THEY DO NOT REQUIRE

MUCH STRENGTH TO MOVE THEM.

ADMP 900.6

Page 30

THE AMPLIFIER IS DELIVERED FROM THE FACTORY WITH THE INPUTS SET TO

UNBALANCED.

TO CONVERT TO BALANCED INPUTS FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS

1) REMOVE THE BOTTOM COVER OF THE AMPLIFIER.

2) BEHIND THE RCA SOCKETS IS A SWITCH, SW1 AS SHOWN ABOVE.

3) USING A SMALL SCREWDRIVER MOVE THE 6 SMALL LEVERS OF SWITCH

SHOWN IN BLUE ABOVE, TO THE OFF POSITION WHICH IS OPPOSITE TO THE

PRINT ON THE SWITCH SHOWING “ON”.

4) TAKE CARE WHEN MOVING THESE LEVERS AS THEY DO NOT REQUIRE

MUCH STRENGTH TO MOVE THEM.

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