Harman Kardon HKTS 2 User's Manual

Harman Kardon HKTS 2 User's Manual
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HKTS 2 Home Theater & Music Speaker System
OWNER’S MANUAL
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Table of Contents
3 Introduction
4 Rear Panel Connections
6 Speaker Placement
7 Mounting Options
8 Speaker Connections
12 Operation
12
Volume
12
Additional Bass Adjustments
Declaration of Conformity
13 Troubleshooting
14 Specifications
We, Harman Consumer Group International
2, Route de Tours
72500 Château-du-Loir,
FRANCE
declare in own responsibility, that the product described in this
owner’s manual is in compliance with technical standards:
EN 61000-6-3:2001
EN 61000-6-1:2001
EN 55013:2001
EN 55020:2002
EN 61000-3-2:2000
EN 61000-3-3:1995+A1:2001
EN 60065:2002
Jurjen Amsterdam
Harman Kardon Europe
03/09
Typographical Conventions
In order to help you use this manual, certain conventions have been used.
Example – (bold type) indicates a specific control or rear-panel connection on the subwoofer
EXAMPLE – (OCR type) indicates a control or switch position on the subwoofer
– (number in a circle) indicates a rear-panel control or connection on the subwoofer
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Introduction
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Harman Kardon
HKTS 2, with which you’re about to begin many
years of listening enjoyment. The HKTS 2 has
been custom-designed to provide all the
excitement and power of the music and cinema
experience in your own living room.
While sophisticated electronics and state-of-theart speaker components are hard at work within
the HKTS 2, hookup and operation are simple.
Color-keyed cables and connections, and simple
controls make the HKTS 2 easy to use.
To obtain maximum enjoyment from your new
music and home theater speaker system, we
urge you to take a few minutes to read through
this manual. This will ensure that connections to
your receiver or preamp/processor and amplifier
or other external devices are made properly. In
addition, a few minutes spent learning the functions of the various controls will enable you to
take advantage of all the power and refinement
the HKTS 2 is able to deliver.
If you have any questions about this product, its
installation or operation, please contact your
dealer, the best local source of information.
Description and Features
The HKTS 2 is a three-piece home theater
speaker system that includes a 10-inch,
200-watt, bass-reflex powered subwoofer; two
identical, 2-way dual-driver satellite speakers for
use in the left and right front speaker positions;
shelf stands and wall-mount brackets for the
two satellites; and all of the speaker cables you
need to connect your speakers to your receiver
or preamp/processor and amplifier. The speaker
cables and speakers all use a color-coding
system to conform to the CEA standard. The
color-coding system minimizes confusion,
especially when the HKTS 2 system is used with
a Harman Kardon receiver.
The HKTS 2 subwoofer is easy to connect to your
system, since it’s equipped with a special subwoofer input for use with equipment that has a
dedicated subwoofer connection that carries a
low-frequency output. It also includes stereo
speaker-level inputs and outputs for connection
to older receivers and processors that do not
have a line-level subwoofer output. Other conveniences include a level control, high-cut
(low-pass) filter switch and phase switch for
fine-tuning bass response to suit your listening
environment and taste, and an efficient Trigger
switching system that automatically switches the
unit from Standby mode to Active mode.
Shelf stands and wall-mount brackets are included for the satellite speakers, and optional HTFS 2
floor stands are available separately from your
Harman Kardon dealer.
Harman Kardon invented the high-fidelity receiver fifty years ago. With state-of-the-art features
and time-honored circuit designs, the HKTS 2 is
a perfect complement to a Harman Kardon
receiver or any home theater system.
Included
One powered
subwoofer
Two satellites for left,
right and surrounds,
with color-key stickers
(shown with included
shelf stands attached)
■ Complete 2.1 home theater and music
speaker system
■ Speakers are magnetically shielded for
placement near video monitors
■ Fully color-coded cables and
connections simplify setup
Two wall-mount
brackets
■ Both line- and speaker-level inputs for
use with most audio components
■ Subwoofer input offers superior-quality
bass reproduction when used with any
digital audio system that incorporates
bass management or programmable
crossovers
One RCA cable for connection to subwoofer
(purple)
Two 6-meter speaker cables for connection to
front satellites (red and white)
INTRODUCTION 3
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Rear Panel Connections
SUB-TS2
For use with
HKTS 2BQ,HKTS 2WQ
HKTS 2 System
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
Subwoofer-Level Control
High-Cut (Low-Pass) Filter Switch
Trigger Input
Phase Switch
Line-Level Subwoofer (SUB) Input
Line-Level Full-Range Inputs
Speaker-Level Outputs
Speaker-Level Inputs
Master Power Switch
AC Power Cord
Subwoofer-Level Control: Volume
may be adjusted using the Subwoofer-Level
Control. Turn the control clockwise to increase
the subwoofer’s volume, or counterclockwise to
decrease it.
Trigger Input: Some receivers or sound
processors have a Trigger Output that sends a
signal to the subwoofer to switch on or off. If
your receiver has such a Trigger Output, connect
it here. When placed in the AUTO position, and
when the Master Power Switch is turned
on, the subwoofer will automatically turn itself
on or place itself in the Standby mode,
depending on the status of your receiver or
processor. When this switch is placed in the ON
position, the subwoofer will remain on, whether
or not it is receiving an audio signal.
An LED located on top of the subwoofer
indicates whether the subwoofer is in the On or
standby state when used with the Trigger
On/Off Switch in the AUTO position. The
LED is lit blue to indicate that the subwoofer is
receiving an audio signal and is turned on, and
the LED is lit amber to indicate that no signal is
being received and the subwoofer is in Standby
mode.
High-Cut (Low-Pass) Filter Switch: Placing this switch in the ON position activates circuitry that cuts out all audio input signals above
120Hz. This allows the subwoofer to focus its
power on reproducing the low-frequency portion
of the signal, avoiding inefficiency and
distortion. Engage this filter when using the
Speaker-Level Inputs , or when using the
Line-Level Full-Range Inputs , unless your
receiver or processor processes its line-level
output using a low-pass filter. The filter has no
effect when the Sub Input is used.
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When the Trigger On/Off Switch is in the
ON position, the LED will be lit blue, whether or
not an audio signal is present.
When the Master Power Switch is turned
off, the LED goes dark, no matter which position
the Trigger On/Off Switch is in.
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Rear Panel Connections
Phase Switch: This switch determines
whether the subwoofer’s piston-like action
moves in and out in phase with the main speakers. If the speakers were to play out of phase,
the sound waves produced by the subwoofer
would be cancelled out, reducing bass response.
This phenomenon depends in part on the relative placement of the speakers in the room. In
most cases, the Phase Switch should be
left in the NORMAL position. However, it does
no harm to experiment with the Phase Switch
, and you may leave it in the position that
maximizes bass response.
Line-Level Subwoofer (SUB) Input: Connect the subwoofer output of a receiver with
digital surround sound decoding, such as Dolby*
Digital or DTS®, to this input. This input bypasses
the subwoofer’s internal crossover circuitry, and
should only be used with a filtered signal. If your
receiver does not have digital decoding, you
should use the Line-Level Full-Range Inputs
instead.
Speaker-Level Inputs: Connect these
binding-post terminals to the main left and right
speaker terminals of your receiver or amplifier, if
your receiver or amplifier does not have a linelevel subwoofer output. Remember to maintain
polarity by connecting the (+) terminal on the
receiver/amplifier to the (+) terminal on the subwoofer, and the (–) terminal on the receiver/
amplifier to the (–) terminal on the subwoofer.
Master Power Switch: Place this switch in
the “•” position to power-on the subwoofer. The
subwoofer will then be either in the Standby
mode or completely on, depending on the
position of the Trigger On/Off Switch .
AC Power Cord: Make sure to plug this
cord into an active, unswitched electrical outlet
for proper operation of the subwoofer.
The cord should not be plugged into the
accessory outlets found on some audio
components.
Line-Level Full-Range Inputs: Connect
the line-level subwoofer output or preamp output(s) of your receiver or amplifier to these
inputs. If your receiver does not have a separate
subwoofer output, use a Y-adapter (not supplied)
to bridge the receiver’s preamp output to the
main amp input for that channel, and connect
the long end of the adapter to the corresponding line-level input on the subwoofer. If your
receiver has only a single subwoofer output, you
may connect it to either the left or right linelevel input on the subwoofer, and no Y-adapter is
needed.
Speaker-Level Outputs: If you are using
the Speaker-Level Inputs on the
subwoofer, you should connect these bindingpost terminals to your front left and right speakers, remembering to maintain polarity by connecting the (+) terminal on the subwoofer to the
(+) terminal on the speaker, and the (–) terminal
on the subwoofer to the (–) terminal on the
speaker. If you are not using the Speaker-Level
Inputs , then connect your front left and
right speakers directly to your receiver or
amplifier. See pages 9 through 12 for further
information on speaker connections.
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Speaker Placement
Color-Coding System
Subwoofer
The HKTS 2 uses the channel color-coding
system established by the Consumer Electronics
Association to make setting up your home
theater speaker system as easy as possible. Your
system includes a set of colored stickers that
may be placed near the speaker terminals of
each of the two satellite speakers according to
the key below. (The powered subwoofer is
already color-coded for you.)
Speaker
Position
Sticker (or Terminal)
and Cable Color
Front Left
Front Right
Subwoofer (LFE)
White
Red
Purple
Front Speakers
White
Red
White
Satellites
Red Purple
The low-frequency material reproduced by the
subwoofer is mostly omnidirectional, and this
speaker may be placed in a convenient location
in the room. However, the best reproduction of
bass will be heard when the subwoofer is placed
in a corner along the same wall as the front
speakers. Experiment with subwoofer placement
by temporarily placing the subwoofer in the
listening position and moving around the room
until the bass reproduction is best. Place the
subwoofer in that location.
The satellite speakers may be placed on a shelf.
They may be wall-mounted using the supplied
brackets.
The front speakers should be placed the same
distance from each other as they are from the
listening position. They should be placed at
about the same height from the floor as the
listeners’ ears will be, or they may be angled
toward the listeners.
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Mounting Options
Wall-Mounting
Wires to Speaker
Unscrew the bolt that attaches the black shelf
stand to the bottom of the speaker. Store the
stand and bolt in a safe place in case they are
needed for a future installation.
Terminal Cover
Overhead
View
The wall-mounted speaker may be pivoted from
side to side; however, the bracket is not
designed to tilt up or down, and attempting to
tilt it will damage the bracket and possibly the
wall, which would not be covered by your
warranty.
Wire
From
Wall
Plate
Wall
Remove
Stand
15mm
or 1/2"
The bracket has two openings on top: a round
screw hole, and an arc-shaped opening in front
of it. The speaker cable should be threaded
through the arc-shaped opening, not the screw
hole.
Attach the bracket to the wall plate by inserting
the tab at the top of the attachment plate into
the slot on top of the bracket and snapping the
bracket onto the attachment plate.
23mm
or 3/4"
(M6–1.25P
or 1/4"–20)
Thread the cable through the round opening in
the terminal cover, and then insert the speaker
wires into the terminals on the underside of the
speaker, remembering to observe the correct
polarity (see page 8).
Wall Plate
Mount the wall-bracket attachment plate on the
wall in the desired location.
If possible, position the speakers so that the
mounting screws (not included; use size #8) may
be installed directly into a wooden wall stud.
If that is not possible, use optional wall anchors
that are rated to support at least twenty-five
pounds. The customer is responsible for
proper selection and use of mounting
hardware, available through hardware
stores, to properly and safely wall-mount
the speakers.
Referring to the speaker connection instructions
on pages 8 through 11, thread the appropriate
speaker cable through the opening in the
bottom of the attachment plate, and then
through the back of the bracket as shown in the
diagram.
Place the terminal cover over the opening on the
underside of the speaker so that it fits flush
against the speaker and covers the terminals,
with its round opening exposing the threaded
insert. The bracket fits through the round opening in the terminal cover.
Wall Bracket
Insert the supplied bracket bolt up through the
bottom of the bracket and terminal cover, and
screw it into the threaded insert on the underside of the speaker. The bolt should be snug, but
not so tight as to prevent the bracket from
pivoting.
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Speaker Connections
Speaker-Level Connection Guide
IMPORTANT NOTE: Before making speaker
connections, be certain that your receiver or
audio power amplifier is turned off and preferably unplugged from its AC power source. The
subwoofer should not be connected to an AC
power source until all speaker wire connections
have been made.
Speakers and electronics terminals have
corresponding (+) and (–) terminals. Most
manufacturers of speakers and electronics,
including Harman Kardon, use red to denote the
(+) terminal and black for the (–) terminal.
Newer Harman Kardon receivers conform to the
CEA standard and therefore use a color other
than red or black for the (+) terminal to indicate
some speaker positions: e.g., surround left.
Although the HKTS 2 system has red and black
collars on the individual speaker terminals to
denote the positive and negative connections,
your system includes a colored band on the
positive lead at both ends of every speaker cable
and a matching colored sticker for each of the
two satellite speakers, conforming to the key on
page 6. The subwoofer has a purple SUB input
jack. This system is intended to help you ensure
that the speaker in each location is connected to
the correct terminals on your receiver or
amplifier.
The (+) lead of the speaker wire is indicated
with a stripe and has the colored band
corresponding to the speaker’s position. It is
important to connect all speakers identically: (+)
on the speaker to (+) on the amplifier and (–) on
the speaker to (–) on the amplifier. Wiring “out
of phase” results in thin sound, weak bass and a
poor stereo image.
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To connect the supplied speaker wires to the
satellite terminals located on the bottom of each
speaker, press the red or black tab, insert the
bare end of the wire into the hole, and release
the tab. Gently tug on the wire to make sure
that it is fully inserted.
For the best performance, Harman Kardon
recommends that the subwoofer be connected
using either the Line-Level Subwoofer (SUB)
Input or the Line-Level Full-Range
Inputs . However, if the application requires
the use of the speaker-level connections for the
subwoofer, unscrew the binding-post collar until
the pass-through hole in the center post is
visible under the collar. Insert the bare end of
the wire through this hole; then screw the collar
down until the connection is tight. The hole in
the center of each collar is intended for use with
banana-type connectors.
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Speaker Connections
Use this installation method if your receiver/
processor has a dedicated LFE subwoofer output.
Use the line-level input jack marked "SUB" for
the Low-Frequency Effects channel. Connect this
jack to the LFE output or subwoofer output
on your receiver or amplifier. Connect each
speaker to the corresponding speaker terminals
on your receiver or amplifier.
Make sure that you have configured your
surround-sound processor for “Subwoofer On.”
The left and right speakers should all be set to
“Small.”
Front
Left
–
+
Front
Right
–
+
SUB-TS Subwoofer
LINE LEVEL IN
SUB
R
Front
Left
L
Front
Right
SUB/LFE
Out
Receiver
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Speaker Connections
Use this installation method for Dolby Pro Logic
or Dolby Virtual Speaker applications (not Dolby
Digital, DTS® or other digital processing), where
the receiver/processor is equipped with a
subwoofer output, or a volume-controlled
preamp (line-) level output:
Use RCA-type patch cords to connect the linelevel subwoofer output on your receiver or to
amplifier either the left or right line-level input
on the subwoofer.
Use both the left and right inputs on the subwoofer if your receiver or processor has both left
and right line-level outputs. In that case, you will
need to supply a second interconnect cable.
If your receiver/processor has a built-in lowpass-crossover filter for the subwoofer output,
you may use the Sub Input to bypass the
subwoofer’s internal crossover.
If your receiver is equipped with line-level outputs but does not have a separate subwoofer
output, use a Y-adapter (not supplied) to bridge
the receiver’s preamp output to the main amp
input for that channel, and connect the long end
of the adapter to the corresponding line-level
input on the subwoofer.
Connect each speaker to the corresponding
speaker terminals on your receiver or amplifier.
IMPORTANT: Do not use the Sub Input on
the subwoofer with Dolby Pro Logic processors.
When all connections have been made, plug the
AC power cord on the subwoofer into an AC
outlet.
Make sure that you have configured your
surround sound processor for “Subwoofer On.”
The left and right speakers should all be set to
“Small.”
Front
Left
–
+
Front
Right
–
+
SUB-TS
Subwoofer
Line-Level
R
L
Front
Left
Front
Right
SUB/LFE
Out
Receiver
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Speaker Connections
Dolby* Pro Logic* (Non-Digital) –
Speaker Level
Use this installation method for Dolby Pro Logic
or Dolby Virtual Speaker applications (not
Dolby Digital, DTS® or other digital processing),
where the receiver/processor does not have a
subwoofer output, or a volume-controlled
preamp (line-) level output:
Connect your receiver or amplifier’s front left
and right speaker terminals to the left and right
terminals on the subwoofer that are marked
“High Level In.”
Connect the left and right terminals on the subwoofer that are marked “High Level Out” to the
corresponding terminals on the back of your
front left and right speakers.
Front
Left
–
Front
Right
+
–
+
SUB-TS
Subwoofer
H
I
G
H
L
E
V
E
L
L
R
Receiver
Front Left
Front Right
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Operation
Move the Master Power switch (marked
“Power” ) to the “•” (On) position to use the
subwoofer. The subwoofer will automatically
turn itself on or go into standby mode
depending on whether or not a signal is being
sent to it by your receiver or surround processor,
and provided that the Trigger On/Off Switch is moved down so that it is in the "AUTO"
position. When your receiver or amplifier is off,
the subwoofer will be in standby mode and the
LED Indicator on the top of the subwoofer will
turn amber. When your receiver or amplifier is
turned on, it will automatically turn itself on and
the LED Indicator will turn blue.
If you will be away from home for an extended
period of time, or if the subwoofer will not be
used, switch the Master Power switch to
the OFF position.
Volume
Additional Bass Adjustments
Volume can be adjusted using the Subwoofer
Level Control (above), as shown below.
Turn the control knob clockwise to increase the
volume of the subwoofer, and counterclockwise
to decrease the subwoofer's volume.
In addition to the volume adjustments described
above, the subwoofer includes a Phase Switch
and a Filter Switch that can be used to
adjust the bass response to suit your listening
environment or taste.
Subwoofer
Level
MIN
MAX
Subwoofer
Level
MIN
MAX
In most situations, the Phase Switch should
be left in the NORMAL position.
If you suspect that the subwoofer is playing out
of phase with the other speakers, which would
tend to diminish bass response, try placing this
switch in the REVERSE position. There is no
harm in experimenting, and you may return the
switch to the NORMAL position at any time.
If you rearrange your room and reposition the
speakers, it would be a good idea to check
whether they are in phase by flipping this
switch.
The High-Cut (Low-Pass) Filter Switch limits the frequencies of the audio signal
inputted to the subwoofer to the low frequencies that the subwoofer reproduces best.
This allows the subwoofer to perform more
efficiently, and with superior bass reproduction,
minimizing distortion that might occur if the
subwoofer attempted to reproduce higher
frequencies. This switch should be left in the
ON position, except:
1. When the Sub Input is being used, in
which case it has no effect, or
2. When the Speaker-Level Inputs or the
Line-Level Full-Range Inputs are being
used with a crossover or filter aboard the
receiver or processor.
In these two circumstances, place the switch in
the OFF position.
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Troubleshooting
If there is no sound from
any of the speakers:
• Check that receiver/amplifier is on and a source is playing.
• Check that the powered subwoofer is plugged in, its Power switch is switched on to
the “ON•” position.
• Check all wires and connections between receiver/amplifier and speakers. Make sure all wires
are connected. Make sure none of the speaker wires are frayed, cut or punctured.
• Review proper operation of your receiver/amplifier.
If there is no sound coming
from one speaker:
• Check the “Balance” control on your receiver/amplifier.
• Check all wires and connections between receiver/ amplifier and speakers. Make sure all wires are
connected. Make sure none of the speaker wires are frayed, cut or punctured.
• In Dolby Digital or DTS® modes, make sure that the receiver/processor is configured so that the
speaker in question is enabled.
If the system plays at low volumes
but shuts off as volume is
increased:
• Check all wires and connections between receiver/amplifier and speakers.
Make sure all wires are connected.
Make sure none of the speaker wires are frayed, cut or punctured.
• If more than one pair of main speakers is being used, check the minimum impedance
requirements of your receiver/amplifier.
If there is low (or no) bass
output:
• Make sure the connections to the left and right “Speaker Inputs” have the correct polarity (+ and –).
• Make sure the subwoofer is plugged into an active electrical outlet.
• Make sure the powered subwoofer is plugged in and switched on.
• In Dolby Digital or DTS® modes, make sure your receiver/processor is
configured so that the subwoofer and LFE output are enabled.
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Specifications
HKTS 2
System
SUB-TS
Subwoofer
Frequency Response
35Hz – 20kHz (–6dB)
Amplifier
200 Watts RMS
SAT-TS
Satellites
Recommended Power
10 – 120 Watts
Impedance
8 Ohms nominal
Bass
10" Woofer, bass-reflex enclosure
Dimensions (H x W x D)
479mm x 340mm x 340mm
Weight
15kg
Sensitivity
86dB @ 1 Watt/1 meter
Tweeter
One 1/2" dome, video-shielded
Midrange
Dual 3" drivers, video-shielded
Dimensions (H x W x D)
243mm x 100mm x 92mm
Weight
1kg
All features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Harman Kardon and Power for the Digital Revolution are registered trademarks
of Harman International Industries, Incorporated.
* Trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
DTS is a registered trademark of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
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Important Safety Instructions
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods
of time.
6. Clean only with a dry cloth.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
15. Do not expose this apparatus to dripping or splashing and ensure that no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, are placed on the apparatus.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
16. To completely disconnect this apparatus from the AC Mains, disconnect the
power supply cord plug from the AC receptacle.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
17. The mains plug of the power supply cord shall remain readily operable.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
18. Do not expose batteries to excessive heat such assunshine, fire or the like.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table
specified by the manufacturer or sold with the apparatus. When a
cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the product.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to
rain or moisture.
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250 Crossways Park Drive, Woodbury, New York 11797
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Harman Consumer Group International:
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© 2009 Harman Kardon, Incorporated
Part 406-000-05513-E
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