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2 MITSUBISHI
STEREO PREAM PLIFIER
5
DA-
@ Instruction Book
O Bedienungsanleitung
@ Mode d’emploi
Congratulations on your choice of the Mitsubishi
Stereo Preamplifier Model DA-P30.
For best performance results, please read this
instruction book carefuily before use.
WARNING — TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK
HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLI-
~ ANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
For future reference a space has been provided
below for recording the serial number of your
stereo preamplifier. |
Serial #
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ENGLISH
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PRECAUTIONS
1. GENERAL
BE SURE TO USE THE CORRECT A.C. POWER
SOURCE
The A.C. power requirement is marked on the rear
panel of this unit. Connection to any other power
source may cause damage to this unit and/or severe
electrical shock.
DO NOT PLUG IN OR UNPLUG THE POWER
CORD WITH WET HANDS
There is a great danger of severe electrical shock if
the power cord is plugged in or unplugged with wet
hands. Do not attempt to unplug the cord from an
A.C. outlet by pulling the cord. Firmly grasp the
plug to remove it from the A.C. outlet.
DO NOT ALLOW WATER OR ANY FOREIGN
MATTER TO GET INSIDE THIS UNIT
Should water or a metallic object accidentally fall
into this unit, immediately disconnect the power
cord and consult your authorized service dealer.
HANDLE THE POWER CORD WITH CARE
Do not bend sharply or twist the power cord. If the
insulation becomes damaged, the conductor breaks,
Or poor contacts occur, request service from your
authorized service dealer. Continued use under these
conditions, may cause fire or electrical shock.
DO NOT TOUCH THE INSIDE OF THIS UNIT
There are high voltages inside this unit. Never re-
move the top or bottom cover. All inspections and
repair including fuse replacement, should carried
out by your authorized service dealer.
DISCONNECT THE POWER CORD AT THE
FIRST SIGN OF TROUBLE
At the first sigh of unusual noise, odor, or malfunc-
tion, disconnect the power cord and consult your
authorized service dealer. Continued use under these
conditions, may increase damage or cause additional
problems.
THIS PRODUCT IS DESIGNED AND WARRANT-
ED FOR CONSUMER HI-FI USE ONLY. NOT
INTENDED FOR INDUSTRIAL OR PRO-AUDIO
APPLICATIONS.
2. LOCATION
BE SURE TO PLACE IT HORIZONTALLY
Care must be taken to avoid inclining or standing
this preamplifier upright, since such conditions can
result in improper heat dissipation. Do not cover
this ventilation holes by placing another unit on top
of this preamplifier or otherwise obstruct their
operation by improper location or with any other
object.
AVOID PLACEMENT IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT,
NEAR AIR CONDITIONER ETC.
This unit can become unstable if operated in ex-
tremely high or low temperatures. Place it ir a well
ventilated area for proper heat dissipation. Avoid
placement in direct sunlight, near air conditioners,
poorly ventilated areas or in areas of excess humidi-
ty or dust. Do not block the ventilation holes.
3. CONNECTIONS
BE SURE TO TURN OFF THE POWER BEFORE
MAKING CONNECTIONS
This is to prevent damage to the speakers from the
popping noise which occurs when plugging and un-
plugging cords.
USE EXTREME CARE IN MAKING THE COR-
RECT CONNECTIONS |
If you reverse the R (right) and L (left) leads, you
will reverse the stereo location of R and L channels.
MAKE CONNECTIONS SECURELY
If any of the plugs should become loose or discon-
nected, a hum may develop. If this is not corrected,
deterioration of sound quality and possible damage
to the speakers may result.
USE ONLY SHIELDED CORD FOR THE LEADS
Use only shielded cords for interconnecting com-
~ ponents, Do not use cords longer than 2 m (6°). Ex-
cessive lead lengths can deteriorate high frequeney
response and are subject to interference that can
result in hum or noise.
WHEN NOT USING THE PHONO INPUTS, KEEP
THE SHORTING PLUGS [INSERTED IN THE
INPUTS
This is to prevent hum and noise and to prevent the
popping noise which can occur when switching the
program selector switch without a turntable con-
nected.
WHEN USING THE COMPANION POWER AMP-
LIFIER (DA-A30) AND SWITCHING TWO PAIRS
OF SPEAKERS FROM THIS UNIT, ENSURE
THAT THE COMBINED IMPEDANCE (BOTH
PAIRS OF SPEAKERS OPERATING) IS 4 OHMS
OR ABOVE
If the combined impedance is below 4 ohms, the
load impedance detector circuit may operate and
mute the power amplifier output.
The combined impedance is determined with the
following formula. |
‘Ах В
А+В OHMS]
COMBINED IMPEDANCE =
8x8
eg. 8+8 =4 (ohms)
A: Nominal impedance of speaker A
B: Nominal impedance of speaker B
Please consult your audio dealer for additional in-
formation.
4. OPERATIONS
BEFORE PLACING THE POWER SWITCH IN THE
ON OR OEE BOSTON PERATING
ON OR OFF, POSITION, OR OPEL
FIERS VOLUME (ATTENUATOR) CONTROL
ALL THE WAY DOWN
This is to protect the speakers from the damage
that can occur if the volume level is set high and the
power is turned on.
THERE WILL BE NO SOUND FOR A FEW SEC-
ONDS AFTER YOU TURN ON THE POWER.
THIS 1S NOT A MALFUNCTION |
This unit is equipped with a power supply muting
circuit which prevents popping noise when the
power switch is turned on or off.
5, CARE
Wipe the cabinet with a soft cloth when it becomes
dusty. If it should get really dirty, dampen a soft
cloth in a weak solution of mild soap and water,
wring it out dry and wipe off. When finished, dry
completely with a soft dry cloth. Any volatile ma-
terials such as alcohol, thinner, benzine, insecticides,
etc. may remove the paint or damage the luster and
should not be used.
FRONT PANEL TERMINOLOGY AND FUNCTIONS
1. POWER (Power Switch)
This switch is for turning this unit on and off. When
in the ON position, the indicators (PROGRAM
SELECTOR, RECORD SELECTOR) are illuminat-
ed,
2. PROTECTION, OPERATION (Indicator)
When connected to the companion power amplifier
(DA-A30) with speaker control cables, the PRO-
TECTION indicator (red) will be illuminated for
about 3 seconds after the power is switched on,
followed by the OPERATION indicator (green)
lighting up when the PROTECTION indicator turns
off. If, however, abnormal condition arises in the
power amplifier, the power amplifier’s protection
circuit will activate and PROTECTION indicator
(red) will be illuminated.
3. SPEAKERS (Speaker Selection Switches)
When using the companion power amplifier (DA-
A30), the speakers connected to the power ampli-
fier may be controlled with these switches. The
“speaker control cable” supplied with the power
amplifier must be connected to utilize these
switches. Also note that the selection switch's
¡llumination will light up. only when the companion
power amplifier is connected with the Speaker
- control cable,
A B-
AR For listening with headphones.
= MN For listening to the speakers connected to
the A terminals on the power amplifier.
№ = For listening to the speakers connected to
the B terminals on the power amplifier.
= == For listening to the speakers connected to
both A and. B terminals on the power
amplifier,
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4 TURNOVER (Turnover Controls)
The turnover frequency in the treble, middle and
bass ranges may be varied continuously, The turn-
over frequency is increased by moving the lever to
the right, and decreased by moving to the left.
For more > details, see page 10.
5 BASS, MIDDLE and TREBLE (Bass, Middle and
Treble Level Controls)
The degree of boosting or attenuation about the
turnover frequencies set by the TURNOVER cont-
rols can be adjusted.
Select the best positions to suit the characteristics
of your speakers and listening room, or personal
preference. At the zero position, a flat frequency
response is obtained. For more details, see page 10.
6. RECORD SELECTOR {Program Selection
Switches for Recording)
These switches select which program can be record-
ed by the tape decks connected to the TAPE 1 and
TAPE 2 terminals. It is also used when duplicating
from one tape deck to another. Recording and
duplicating are performed independently of the
program selected for audition by the PROGRAM
SELECTOR switches.
1 — 2 This switch is used to duplicate from
(duplicate) the tape deck connected to the PLAY 1
inputs to the tape deck connected to
the REC 2 output. |
2>1 This switch is used to duplicate from
(duplicate) the tape deck connected to the PLAY 2
inputs to the tape deck connected to
the REC 1 outputs.
For recording from a second tuner, turn-
table, with a high output ceramic
AUX
PHONO
cartridge, tape deck for playback use,
“television audio, or any suitable high
output sources connected to the AUX
inputs.
TUNER — For recording programs from the tuner
connected to the TUNER inputs.
PHONO This switch is used for recording a disc
from the turntable connected to the
PHONO inputs,
OFF Always switch to this position when not
recording.
7. PROGRAM SELECTOR
Selection Switches)
These switches select the desired program source for
audition. They operate independently of the source
selected for recording, but can be used for monitor-
ing.
TAPE 2
(Program Audition
This switch is used to playback or
monitor the recording of a tape deck
connected to the PLAY 2 inputs.
This switch is used to playback or
monitor the recording of a tape deck
connected to the PLAY 1 inputs.
This switch is for listening to a second
tuner, a turntable with a high output
TAPE 1
AUX
ceramic cartridge, an 8-track tape cart-
ridge player, television audio, or any
suitable high output sources connected
to the AUX inputs. :
This switch is for listening to programs
from .the tuner
TUNER inputs.
This switch is for listening to a turntable
unit connected to the PHONO inputs
(MM/MC inputs). |
TUNER
connected to the
8. PHONO MM/MC (Selection Switch for Moving
Magnet or Moving Coil Cartridges) |
Select the MM position and connect your turntable
to the MM inputs if your turntable unit is fitted
with a moving magnet cartridge. Select the MC
position and connect. your turntable to the MC
inputs when using a moving coil cartridge. |
9. ATTENUATOR (Volume Control)
This control adjusts the sound volume from the
speakers and the headphones. The volume is in-
creased by rotating clockwise, and decreased by
rotating counterclockwise,
10. CARTRIDGE CAPACITANCE (Selection
Switch for Cartridge Capacitance)
Suitable matching of the MM cartridge and MM
phono input capacitance can be selected with this
switch. Improper matching will result in a change of
frequency response especially in the high range.
Therefore, select either 100pF or 330pF position
depending on the cartridge being used. {Refer to the
cartridge manufacturer specifications)
NOTE: The capacitance of the turntable output
cables must also be included in the
calculation of input capacitance for
matching.
11. MODE (Mode Switches)
These switches select stereo, monaural or reverse.
STEREO The normal play position. Sounds on
the left channel are reproduced through
the left speaker, and sounds on the right
channel are reproduced on the right
speaker.
Program material from both right and
left channel is combined and repro-
"duced through both speakers.
NORMAL This is the position for normal use with
| left and right channels reproduced from
left and right speakers respectively.
In this position, left and right channels
MONO
REVERSE
are reversed, so the left channel will be
reproduced from the right speaker, and
the right channel from the left speaker.
12. SUBSONIC FILTER (Subsonic Filter Switch)
This filter attenuates the frequencies below 18 Hz
on the right and left channels at a 12 dB/oct. rate.
The subsonic filter is tised to remove unwanted low.
frequency noise, and to prevent acoustic feedback.
13. TONE PASS (Tone Control Bypass Switch)
This switch is used for cancelling the tone control
on the right and left channels.
ON: In. this position, the tone control circuit
m. is removed completely from the signal
path and flat response is obtained.
OFF Tone controls can be adjusted.” Note
E that in this position, the TURNOVER
controls are illuminated to denote that
the tone control circuit are activated.:
14. PHONES (Headphones Output)
For stereo listening with headphones, plug the head-
phones into this output. Listening by headphones is
possible at all positions of the SPEAKERS switches.
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REAR PANEL TERMINOLOGY AND CONNECTIONS
PHONO MC (Phono Inputs for MC Cartridge)
The input impedance of phono MC is 10 ohms. The
output leads from a turntable equipped with an MC
-cartridge are connected here,
PHONO MM (Phono Inputs for MM Cartridge)
The input impedance of phono MM is 47k ohms.
The output leads from a turntable equipped with an
MM cartridge are connected here.
TUNER (Tuner inputs)
The output leads from the tuner are. connected here. ’
AUX (Auxiliary Inputs)
These inputs may be used for television audio or
any suitable high output source,
PLAY 1, PLAY 2 (Tape Playback inputs)
These inputs are. for tape playback. Connect the
- tape deck outputs here,
REC 1, REC 2 (Recording Tape Outputs)
© These outputs are for use when recordirig on tape.
- Connect the tape deck inputs here.
| GND (Ground Terminal)
Sometimes, hum or other noise may develop when a
turntable is. connected to this unit. In such a case,
connect the ground wire of the turntable to this ter-
minal.
OUTPUT (Preamplifier Outputs)
The preamplifier outputs are connected to the in-
puts of the power amplifier.
SWITCHED (A.C. Outlets)
A.C. power is available from these outlets when the
POWER switch is on. They may be used for the
power amplifier, etc. The total output power ‚must
not exceed 500W,
UNSWITCHED (A.C. Outlet) -
A.C. power is available from this outlet whether the
POWER switch ‘is on or off. It may be used for
tuner (DA-F30); etc. The output power must not
exceed 300W,
SPEAKERS CONTROL (Speaker Control Output
Terminal)
When using a companion power amplifier (DA-A30),
this terminal is connected to the “REMOTE”
terminal on the power amplifier by means of the
“speaker control cable” supplied with the power
amplifier. This allows control of the speakers from
the front panel of this unit.
Tuner ME —
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Turntable with
MC cartridge
A.C. POWER CORD —= ===
This cord is plugged into Cem с
the A.C. wall outlet. —_
Turntable with
MM cartridge
SPEAKER SELECTOR
off A B
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When using this unit with its companion
power amplifier (DA-A30), make the
connection between them as shown in the
diagram.
For more details, see the instruction book
of your power amplifier,
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OPERATIONS
BEFORE SWITCHING ON
Check the following items before pushing the
POWER switch to the ON position.
e All components are properly connected.
e The SPEAKERS switches (A, B or A + B) for
the speakers you have connected are in the
ON position when using this unit with its com-
panion power amplifier (DA-A30).
® The ATTENUATOR control is turned fully
counterclockwise (to minimum volume, the oo
position).
e All other controls are turned to the “center or
12 o'clock” position.
Only now should you depress the POWER switch
to the ON position.
NOTE: Failure to turn the ATTENUATOR fully
down can severely damage the speakers
when the POWER switch is pushed to the
ON position. |
1. PLAYING DISCS
O Depress the PROGRAM SELECTOR switch to
the PHONO position. If your cartridge is of the |
moving coit {MC) type, depress the PHONO MM/
MC switch to the MC position: with’ moving
magnet cartridge selects the MM position.
> PROGRAM SELECTOR ———1 = MM
‚| ТАРЕ 2 TAPE AUX TUNER PHONG = MC
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O Operate the turntable.
O Select the desired volume level with the ATTEN-
UATOR control.
NOTE: When using a high output power ampli-
fier, it is possible to damage the speak-
ers with excessive volume levels. Be
extremely carefull not to apply ex-
cessive input to the speakers when using
. speakers with a maximum input rating
less than the amplifier's rated power
output. |
2. LISTENING TO BROADCAST
O Depress the PROGRAM SELECTOR switch to
the TUNER position.
| PROGRAM SELECTOR ——— —
TAPE 2 TAPE . AUX TUNER PHONO
E E aa Em
O Operate the tuner.
© Select the desired volume level with the ATTEN-
UATOR control.
NOTE: If the tuner has “variable” output, it is
convenient to set the output level so
that the volume is at approximately the
same level as the other sources connect-
ed to this unit.
3. TAPE DECK RECORDING AND
PLAYBACK
® PLAYBACK
© Depress the PROGRAM SELECTOR switch to
the TAPE 1 (or TAPE 2) position.
———— PROGRAM SELECTOR —————— a MM
TAPE 2 TAPED AUX TUNER PHONO = MC
pe) st | ПЕ 1 1 f 1
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O Operate the tape deck in the playback mode.
O Now set the desired volume level with the
ATTENUATOR contol. |
@ If the tape deck is fitted with an output level
controf, adjust this so that your ATTENUATOR
setting gives you approximately the same volume
as it would when listening to the TUNER section.
e RECORDING
O Depress the RECORD SELECTOR switch to the
program source you wish to record.
RECORD SELECTOR:
231 152 AUX TUNER
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O Operate the tape deck in the recording mode.
@ Play the source to be recorded.
@ If you depress the PROGRAM SELECTOR
switch to the same program source, you will be
able to hear the program you are recording. You
can, of course, listen to any other program
source while the recording is in progress.
© if your tape deck is of the three-head kind (with
separate record, playback and erase heads), you
Will be able to monitor the recording while it is
being made. Depress the PROGRAM SELECTOR
to TAPE 1 (or TAPE 2 — whichever you are using).
O Adjust the recording level with the input level
controls on the tape deck.
NOTE: The ATTENUATOR, tone controls, fil-
ters, etc., have no effect on the record-
ing.
® DUPLICATING
Duplicating is simply playing back a tape on one
tape deck and recording it on another.
O Depress the RECORD SELECTOR switch to the
1 — 2 (ог 2 -> 1). а
RECORD SELECTOR
231 132 AUX TUNER PHONO OFF
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O Operate one tape deck, connected to the PLAY 1
(or PLAY 2} inputs, in the playback mode, and
the other, connected to the REC 2 (or REC 1)
outputs, in the recording mode.
© Other instructions are exactly the same as for
recording and playback (as detailed).
4. PLAYING FROM OTHER SOURCES
O Depress the PROGRAM SELECTOR switch to
the AUX position, |
e RECORDSELECTOR —
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O Operate the unit (8-track tape cartridge player,
etc.).
O Now set the desired volume level with the
ATTENUATOR control.
5, LISTENING WITH HEADPHONES
O Plug the headphones into the PHONES output.
O Now set the desired volume level with the
ATTENUATOR control.
O The speakers will not be automatically muted :if
you do not want to use them, switch them off
with the SPEAKERS (A, 8) switches.
© Low impedance (8 ~ 16 ohms) headphones are
best. Higher impedance headphones may require
rather higher setting of the ATTENUATOR
control. Be sure to turn the volume down again
before switching back to your speakers.
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6. LEVEL AND TURNOVER FREQUENCY
CONTROLS
One of the major features of the DA-P30 Preampli-
fier is the separate BASS, MIDDLE and TREBLE
tone controls plus independent turnover frequency
controls for each of the 3 ranges, thereby enabling
tonal nuances of. the sound output to be adjusted in
an infinite number of combinations. That means
you can adjust the tonal levels to exactly the way
you want, taking the. characteristics of different
speaker systems and listening environments into ac-
count for ideal listening pleasure.
Adjust the turnover frequencies and the bass,
middle and treble levels in the following manner.
(1) Turnover frequencies may be adjusted to any
frequency in the following frequency ranges
simply by sliding the corresponding TURNO-
VER frequency controls to the left and right of
the center positions.
(2)
‘Bass turnover frequency adjustment range: -
33Hz to 530Hz.
Middle 1 turnover frequency adjustment range:
400Hz to 1,600Hz.
Treble turnover frequency adjustment range:
1.25kHz to 20kHz.
Turnover frequency is reduced when the ‘con-
trol lever is moved to the left, and increased
when moved to the right. The changes in turno-
ver frequencies when the -control levers are
moved left and right are outlined in the follow-
ing diagrams. {Fig. 1)
The BASS control is for adjusting the tonal
level in the low frequency range. When turned
clockwise from the center ‘0’ position, the
frequencies in this range are boosted in 2dB
steps from +2dB to +10dB. And when turned
counterclockwise, the frequencies are attenuat-
ed in 2dB steps from —2dB to —10dB.
The MIDDLE control is for adjusting the tonal
level in the middie frequency range. When
turned clockwise from the center “0” position,
the mid-range frequencies are boosted in 1dB
steps from +1dB to +5dB, while when turned
counterclockwise, the frequencies are attenuat-
-ed in 1dB steps from —1dB to —BdB.
The TREBLE contro! is for adjusting the tonal
level in the high frequency range. When turned
clockwise from the center 0” position, the
high range frequencies are boosted in 2dB steps
from +2dB to +10dB, while when turned
counterclockwise, the frequencies are attenuat-
ed in 2dB steps from —2dB to —10dB.
Note that the frequency response is completely flat
when all tone controls are in the center “0” po-
sitions. The relation between the BASS, MIDDLE
and TREBLE tone control posotions and the tonal
leve! boost/attenuation is outlined in the following
diagrams. (Fig. 2). —
- TURNOVER Controls
- BASS >|
80 130 200 320 500 Hz
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HT
bt MODLE ——]
509 500 12K Hr
TREBLE ——————# 2 8 4
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MIDDLE
BEFORE TAKING YOUR PREAMPLIFIER IN FOR SERVICING...
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First check to ensure that all other components are properly connected to this unit and are operating normally. Then check the following items.
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
REMEDY
6 Power does not come on when the POWER
switch is turned on.
o Power cord not completely plugged in.
o Plug in completely.
o Place switches in the proper position.
o No sound o PROGRAM SELECTOR,SPEAKERS switches are in the
wrong position.
o Nominal speaker impedance is less than 4 ohms and o Use speakers with nominal impedance of 4 ohms
protection circuit on the power amplifier is operating. or above.
0 Speaker leads or plug not completely plugged in. o Plug in completely.
o Speaker (+) and (—) leads are touching. _ © Separate the leads.
o Noise o Turntable ground wire not attached. o Connect ground wire to the GND terminal.
o Turntable output cord too close to power cord. o Separate the cords.
o Plugs not completely plugged in. o Plug in completely.
o Howling o Caused by feedback. This occurs because speaker o Place the speakers and the turntable as far apart .
vibrations are being transmitted to the turntable.
as possible. It is also helpful to put an insulator
under the turntable.
o Poor sound quality
o Too much power applied to speakers:
o Adjust the ATTENUATOR control.
6 No stereo effect and poor bass
o Plugs (+) and (—) connections are reversed.
o Correct the plugs connections.
o No sound for 3 — 5 seconds after power is
switched on.
¢ Muting circuit is operating to eliminate the popping
noise when power is turned on.
o This is not a malfunction.
o Volume level difference between tuner and
records.
o Receiver signal strength and record level are different.
o lt is not always possible to remedy this complete-
ly. Adjust the tuner output level so that it is the
same as the phono volume.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Input sensitivity/Impedance
PHONO MC 0.13mV/10 ohms
PHONO MM 2.8mV/47k ohms/100pF or 330pF
TUNER, AUX, PLAY 1, PLAY 2 150mV/47k ohms |
Output level/Impedance
OUTPUT 1V (rated output)/600 ohms
19V (maximum output, TONE PASS: ON)
REC 1, REC? 150mV/600 ohms
PHONES 920mV (at 8 ohms load)/15 ohms
Headphones impedance: 8 ~ 16 ohms
Equivalent input noise level (IHF, A network)
PHONO MC —157dB (V) {47 ohms terminated)
PHONO MM —136dB (V) (closed circuit)
TUNER, AUX, PLAY 1,PLAY 2 —126dB (V) (closed circuit)
Signal to noise ratio (IHF, A network, at rated output) |
PHONO MC 80dB (rated input, 47 ohms terminated)
PHONO MM 85dB (rated input, closed circuit)
TUNER, AUX, PLAY 1, PLAY 2 110dB (rated input, closed circuit)
Signal to noise ratio (DIN) |
PHONO MC 72dB (47 ohms terminated)
PHONO MM 73dB (2.2k ohms terminated)
TUNER, AUX, PLAY 1,PLAY 2 106dB (closed circuit)
| 92dB {47k ohms/250pF terminated)
Total harmonic distortion
(at rated output attenuator ~20dB from 20Hz to 20kHz)
PHONO MC 0.004%
PHONO MM 0.002%
TUNER, AUX, PLAY 1, PLAY 2 -0.0015%
Channel separation
PHONO MC, PHONO MM
TUNER, PLAY 1, PLAY 2
Frequency response.
PHONO MC, PHONO MM
TUNER, PLAY 1, PLAY 2
Slew rate
AUX
Tone control
BASS
MIDDLE
TREBLE
Subsonic filter
PHONO MC
PHONO MM
Power consumption
Dimensions
{Wx H x D)
Weight
Crosstalk is less than noise level at 1kHz
75dB at 20kHz
Crosstalk is less than noise level at 1kHz
80dB at 20kHz
+0.2dB from 20Hz to 20kHz {RIAA STD)
_>e dB from 10Hz to 100kHz
200V/usec at AUX input
+10dB (Turnover Freq. 33Hz ~ 5630Hz)
+ 5dB (Turnover Freq, 400Hz ~ 1.5kHz)
+ 10dB {Turnover Freq. 1.25kHz~ 20kHz)
18Hz (—12dB/oct)
- Phono overload level (at 1kHz with 0.1% THD)
16mV
380mV
33W
470 x 135 x 241mm
(18-1/2 x 5-3/8 x 9-1/2"")
7.1kg (15.7 1bs)
NOTE: All figures are measured with TONE PASS on unless otherwise stated.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
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