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WDN800.2D
4
9
POWER STATUS
7
HI-LEVEL
CROSS OVER
FULL
GREEN=ON
RED=PROTECTION LOW
PASS
HIGH
PASS
LEVEL
BASS BOOST
MIN
MAX
1
8
0dB
2
12dB
0
PHASE
L
180
LINE IN
HPF
50Hz
3
L
R
LPF
150Hz
50Hz
5
R
150Hz
6
WDN2000.1D
4
9
POWER STATUS
7
0
L
180
PHASE
R
HI-LEVEL
L
LINE IN
R
LEVEL
MIN
MAX
2
WRATH
1
8
REMOTE
GREEN=ON
RED=PROTECTION
1.Line Input RCA Jacks: These inputs are for signal cables
from the source.
2.Input Level Control: Enables the matching of input levels
to the output levels from the source.
3.Variable Bass Boost: 0~12dB
4.Crossover Mode: Low pass, Full range or High pass
5.High Pass Filter: Variable from 50Hz to 150Hz
6.Low Pass Filter: Variable from 50Hz to 150Hz
7.Phase Switch: 0°or 180°
8.High Level Input: If your head unit does not have RCA
outputs, use the speaker outputs for the audio source.
9.Power & Protection Indicators: The bi-color LED glows
green when power is on and no problems are present.
If one of the protection circuits comes on, it will change
to red.
20Hz
50Hz
SUBSONIC
0dB
12dB
BASS BOOST
50Hz 150Hz
lpf
5
3
6
1
1.Line Input RCA Jacks: These inputs are for signal cables
from the source.
2.Input Level Control: Enables the matching of input levels to
the output levels from the source.
3.Variable Bass Boost: 0~12dB
4.Remote Bass Control: Remote controls the subwoofer level.
5.Subsonic: This setting acts as a low frequency cut off for your
subwoofer. The subwoofer will not play frequencies below the
subsonic setting.
6.Low Pass Filter: Variable from 50Hz to 150Hz
7.Phase Switch: 0°or 180°
8.High Level Input: If your head unit does not have RCA
outputs, use the speaker outputs for the audio source.
9.Power & Protection Indicators: The bi-color LED glows
green when power is on and no problems are present. If
one of the protection circuits comes on, it will change to red.
REM
20Hz
50Hz
SUBSONIC
+12V
MAX
0dB
12dB
BASS BOOST
FUSE
GND
MIN
50Hz 150Hz
lpf
R
R
LINE IN
L
DUAL
SUBWOOFERS
LEVEL
HI-LEVEL
SPEAKERS
L
LEVEL
MIN
GREEN=ON
RED=PROTECTION
POWER STATUS
GND
180
PHASE
REM
0
MAX
20Hz
50Hz
SUBSONIC
REMOTE
+12V
REMOTE
0
0dB
12dB
BASS BOOST
180
PHASE
FUSE
1 ohm STABLE CLASS D MONO BLOCK AMPLIFIER
POWER STATUS
HI-LEVEL
50Hz 150Hz
lpf
L
R
SPEAKERS
1 ohm STABLE CLASS D MONO BLOCK AMPLIFIER
GREEN=ON
RED=PROTECTION
L
R
LINE IN
WDN2000.1D MONO BLOCK AMPLIFIER APPLICATIONS
wDN2000.1D
wDN2000.1D
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REM
GND
MAX
+12V
MIN
0dB
12dB
50Hz
180
150Hz
HPF
FUSE
PHASE
50Hz
150Hz
LPF
L
BASS BOOST
SPEAKERS
3
LEVEL
R
R
R
LINE IN
L
MIN
MAX
LEVEL
12dB
BASS BOOST
HIGH
PASS
0dB
CROSS OVER
FULL
GREEN=ON
RED=PROTECTION LOW
PASS
POWER STATUS
GND
HI-LEVEL
REM
L
0
+12V
0
50Hz
180
150Hz
HPF
PHASE
50Hz
L
FUSE
HIGH
PASS
150Hz
LPF
HI-LEVEL
R
L
2 CHANNEL CLASS D FULL RANGE BRIDGEABLE AMPLIFIER
CROSS OVER
FULL
SPEAKERS
POWER STATUS
R
WRATH
2 CHANNEL CLASS D FULL RANGE BRIDGEABLE AMPLIFIER
GREEN=ON
RED=PROTECTION LOW
PASS
L
R
LINE IN
WDN800.2D 2 CHANNEL AMPLIFIER APPLICATIONS
wDN800.2D
wDN800.2D
Lanzar WRATH SERIES AMIPLIFIER FEATURES
MODEL
WDN2000.1D
WDN800.2D
Output Power Rating
RMS @ 4 OHM
180W x 1
200W x 2
MAX @ 4 OHM
360W x 1
400W x 2
RMS @ 2 OHM
300W x 1
240W x 2
MAX @ 2 OHM
600W x 1
480W x 2
RMS @ 1 OHM
400W x 1
MAX @ 1 OHM
800W x 1
RMS @ 4 OHM Bridged
No
No
No
500W x 1
MAX @ 4 OHM Bridged
No
1000W x 1
RCA Low Level Input
Yes
Yes
High Level Input
Yes
Yes
Green & Red Power Status Indicators
Phase Switch
Adjustable Input Sensitivity
Variable Bass Boost
Yes
0 or 180 degree
Yes
0 or 180 degree
Yes
Yes
0 to +12dB
0 to +12dB
Crossover Mode
Low Pass
Low Pass Filter
50-150Hz
Subsonic Filter
20-50Hz
High Pass Filter
No
Subwoofer Gain Remote Control
Yes
No
Hi-Level Signal Auto Turn-on /off
Yes
Yes
Thermal, Short and Overload Protection Circuits
Yes
Yes
Soft Delay Remote Turn-On
Yes
Yes
1×25A
1×35A
Fuse
Dimensions
8.19“(L) x 5.63”(W) x 1.99“(H)
Low Pass / Full / High Pass
50-150Hz
No
50-150Hz
8.19“(L) x 5.63”(W) x 1.99“(H)
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WDN2000.1D / WDN800.2D AMPLIFIER APPLICATIONS
General:
At this point you are ready to get more specific on the settings for your amplifier.
Subsonic:
This setting acts as a low frequency cut off for your system bass reproduction. The point that you set it at cuts off any frequencies from
reproduction beyond this point. The 12 o’clock position is a great starting point. EXAMPLE: If you adjust the Subsonic to 25Hz, the amplifier
will not play frequencies below 25Hz but will play frequencies from 25Hz to the chosen Low Pass frequency.
Bass EQ:
This setting is a fixed bass boost at 45Hz that is variable from 0-12dB. This feature provides impact to your bass, but if not adjusted
correctly, it can be over used and cause damage to your subwoofers and amplifiers. It is best to slowly turn this setting clockwise until the
desired punch is felt, it is not recommended to exceed the 12 o’clock position unless listening at a low volume or a low recording quality as
this can result in high distortion and possibly clipping.
Low Pass:
The Low pass control acts as a ceiling and doesn’t allow frequencies to the right of the desired setting to be reproduced. The 12 o’clock
position is a great starting point. EXAMPLE: If you adjust the Low Pass to 80Hz, the amplifier will not play frequencies above 80Hz but will
play frequencies from 80Hz to the chosen Subsonic frequency.
Phase:
The Phase switch allows you to change the relative time that the waveform meets your ear. With standard subwoofer installations where
the subwoofer is behind you, the phase should generally be at 0. When subwoofers or woofers are in the kick panels or door panels, the
Phase adjustment is useful in delaying the timing of the wave meeting your ear by adjusting the potentiometer to 180 degrees.
High Pass:
When in Hi Pass operation this setting acts as a low frequency cut off your system reproduction. The point that you set it at cuts off any
frequencies from reproduction beyond this point.The 12 o’clock position is a great starting point. EXAMPLE: If you adjust the High Pass
to 100Hz ,the amplifier will not play frequencies below 100Hz but will play frequencies from 100Hz to the chosen Low Pass frequency.
Level (GAIN) Control Setup:
Ensure that the level is turned completely to the left prior to turning the system on. Next you should insert a CD or cassette that you are
familiar with to use as a reference, and turn the head unit volume control to about 80% of its full setting. The system sound level will of
course be very low, and the following procedures will help you to match the amplifier input sensitivities properly to the head unit output
signal level. It is important to match the amplifier LEVEL input sensitivity to the Radio/CD output sensitivity. This can be located in the
Radio/CD manual. If the Radio/CD output sensitivity is 2 volts, then adjust the amplifier LEVEL input to 2 volts.
If you are not sure what the Radio output sensitivity is, follow these general guide lines:
Turn the level control up slowly, till you hear distortion, then back off a few degrees on the control, If at any point your amplifier goes into
protection. you will need to turn the Level to the left a bit and then try again. If you reach a point where the output does not increase, stop
turning the Level control to the right as the amplifier/subwoofer combo has reached its max output on this application.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Before removing your amplifier, refer to the list below and follow the suggested procedures. Always test the speakers and their wires first.
AMPLIFIER WILL NOT POWER UP.
Check
Check
Check
Check
for good ground connection.
that remote DC terminal has at least 13.8v DC.
that there is battery power on the + terminal.
all fuses.
Check that protection LED is not lit,If it is lit,shut off amplifier briefly and then repower it.
HIGH HISS OR ENGINE NOISE (ALTERNATOR WHINE) IN SPEAKERS.
Disconnect all RCA inputs to the amplifier(s)-if hiss/noise disappears, then plug in the component driving the amplifier and unplug its
inputs. If hiss/noise disappears, go on until the faulty/noisy component is found.
It is best to set the amplifier`s input level as insensitive as possible. The best subjective S/N ratio is obtainable this way. Try to drive as
high a signal level from the head unit as possible.
PROTECTION LED COMES ON WHEN THE AMPLIFIER IS POWERED UP.
Check for shorts on speaker leads.
Check that the volume control on the head unit is turned down low.
Remove speaker leads, and reset the amplifier. If the Protection LED still comes on ,then the amplifier is faulty.
AMPLIFIER(S) GETS VERY HOT:
Check that the minimum speaker impedance for that model is correct.
Check for speaker shorts.
Check that there is good airflow around the amplifier. In some applications, an external cooling fan may be required.
DISTORTED SOUND
Check that the Level control(S) is set to match the signal level of the head unit.
Check that all crossover frequencies have been properly set.
Check for shorts on the speaker leads.
HIGH SQUEAL NOISE FROM SPEAKERS.
This is always caused by a poorly-grounded RCA patch cord.
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