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INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER QUICK START GUIDE
TABLE OF CONTENTS / ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT
TABLE OF CONTENTS
About This Document
1
Installation Considerations
Unpacking, Placement and Ventilation,
Power Requirements, Operating States
2
Getting Started
Front-Panel Overview, Rear-Panel Overview,
Remote Control Overview
4
Quick Setup and Listen
Remote Control, Initial Connections
11
Troubleshooting14
Specifications
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ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT
For the purposes of this guide , we will refer both the
N0585.5 and the N0585 as simply the N0585 except when
referencing the phono features exclusive to the No585.5.
This quick-start guide contains all the information
you will need to unpack your N0585, connect it to the
rest of your audio system, turn it on and have a first
listen. Before you attempt more extensive use of this
sophisticated integrated amplifier, you must read the full
N0585 User Guide, which is available online at
www.marklevinson.com. The User Guide contains
information about features, operations, adjustments,
alternate connections and networking that will enhance
your N0585’s operation and performance.
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INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
UNPACKING
PLACEMENT AND VENTILATION
When unpacking your N0585:
• Install the integrated amplifier on a shelf with nothing
above it, such as the top shelf in an open rack, to
ensure proper ventilation. Do NOT install the integrated
amplifier inside of an enclosed cabinet or rack.
• Save all packing materials in case you need to ship your
N0585 in the future.
• Inspect your N0585 for signs of damage during shipment.
If you discover damage, contact your authorized
Mark Levinson® dealer for assistance in making
appropriate claims.
• Locate and remove the accessory box from the shipping
carton. Make sure that all of the items listed below are
included. If any are missing, contact your authorized
Mark Levinson dealer.
1 x IEC power cord (terminated according to the region to
which the unit is shipped)
1 x N0585 remote control
2 x AAA alkaline batteries
1 x #1 Phillips screwdriver
1 x Pair white gloves (for use during unpacking and initial setup)
1 xN0585 Quick-Start Guide
NOTE: The N0585 User Guide is available for download
online at www.marklevinson.com.
Please register your N0585 within 15 days of your purchase.
Register online at www.marklevinson.com. Retain your
original, dated sales receipt as proof of warranty coverage.
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• Ensure that you install the integrated amplifier on a
solid, flat and level surface.
• Install the integrated amplifier as close as possible to
associated audio components to keep interconnecting
cables as short as possible.
• Select a dry, well-ventilated location that is out of direct
sunlight.
• DO NOT expose the N0585 to high temperatures, humidity,
steam, smoke, dampness, or excessive dust.
INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
POWER REQUIREMENTS
OPERATING STATES
The Nº585 is configured at the factory for 100, 115, or 230
VAC power operation at 50Hz or 60Hz. Before operating the
amplifier, ensure that the power label on the rear panel
near the AC input connector indicates the correct operating
voltage. A detachable IEC power cable intended for use in the
region where the N0585 is sold is included.
The N0585 has three operating states:
Connection to an AC voltage other than that for which the
N0585 is intended can create a safety and fire hazard and
may damage the unit. If you have any questions about
the voltage requirements for your N0585 or about the line
voltage in your area, contact your authorized Mark Levinson
dealer before plugging the N0585 into an AC power outlet.
WARNING! MAKE SURE all components in the
audio system are properly grounded. Do NOT defeat
the safety purpose of polarized or grounding-type
plugs with “ground-lifter” or “cheater” adapters.
Doing so may cause dangerous voltage to build up
between components, which may result in personal
injuries and/or product damage.
NOTE: The N0585 is capable of passing remarkable
sound at exceptional power levels. Depending on your
listening habits, the demands of your loudspeakers
and the number of power amplifiers present in your
system, it is possible that your electrical service
may become the limiting performance factor in your
system.
If this case occurs, consider installing a dedicated AC
circuit for the system. If more than one AC circuit is
providing power to your system, contact a licensed
electrician to ensure that all components are operating
with the same solid, low-impedance ground reference.
Off: The AC mains power is disconnected by using the
N0585’s rear-panel Power switch or by removing the power
cord from the rear panel.
Standby: The N0585 Standby mode has three settings that
can be selected via the Setup menu: Green, Power Save,
and Normal.
Green: This mode removes power from almost all of the
N0585’s circuits, allowing the unit to be activated only via
an IR control signal, a 5V – 12V trigger or a press of the
Standby button. This mode provides maximum power
conservation and is the factory-default Standby mode.
Power Save: This mode removes power from the N0585’s
audio circuits, but keeps the control circuitry powered
and ready to receive commands from either the front
panel controls or the remote control. This mode provides
moderate power conservation.
Normal: This mode shuts off the N0585’s display and mutes
its audio outputs, but keeps all of its control and audio
circuits powered. This mode provides the least amount
of power conservation but allows the N0585’s audio circuits
to remain warmed up to deliver optimal performance at
all times.
On: The entire N0585 is powered up and all configured
outputs are active.
The N0585 has an Auto Off feature that automatically places
it into the Standby mode after 20 minutes of no user control
input or audio signal passing through the unit. The factorydefault setting for the Auto Off feature is on (engaged). You
can turn the Auto Off feature off (disengaged) in the Setup
menu.
You should unplug the N0585 from the AC wall outlet during
lightning storms and extended periods of non-use.
CAUTION: BEFORE moving the N0585, make sure it is
powered off by removing the power cord from the AC
power outlet and the unit's rear panel.
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GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
FRONT-PANEL OVERVIEW
Select
Knob
Front-Panel
Display
IR
Receiver
Standby
Button
and LED
Setup Button
and LED
Polarity Button
and LED
Enter
Button
Front-panel controls/indicators
NOTE: For complete information about the functions of
the front-panel controls and their settings parameters,
see the N0585 User Guide. at www.marklevinson.com.
Select knob: Rotate this knob to select the desired input to
send to the Speaker outputs and Line outputs. The name
and volume level of the selected input are indicated on the
Front-Panel display. (Note: The Select knob will bypass any
input for which the Input Name Setup menu parameter has
been set to “Unused.”)
IR receiver: The IR receiver receives commands from
the included remote control when the N0585 is not being
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Volume
Knob
Balance
Button and
LED
Display
Intensity
Button
Mute Button
and LED
controlled via its rear-panel IR Input connector (see RearPanel Overview, page 7, for more information).
Polarity button and LED: Pressing this button inverts the
absolute polarity of the signal. The LED illuminates when
the signal's polarity is inverted.
Setup button and LED: Press this button to display the
Setup menu, which you can use to customize the N0585 to
suit your other system components, individual preferences
and listening space. The Setup LED lights when the Setup
menu is active.
Enter button: Press this button to select or deselect a menu
item when the Setup menu is displayed. The Enter button
does not function during normal operation.
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Display Intensity button: Press this button to change the
intensity of the N0585’s front-panel Display characters
and its front-panel LEDs. Multiple presses of the Display
Intensity button cycle through the available brightness
levels: High, Medium, Low, and Off.
Standby button and LED: Press this button to put the N0585
into and out of the Standby mode. The LED illuminates
when the N0585 is On. When the N0585 is in either the
Green, Normal or Power Save Standby mode it flashes
slowly.
Balance button and LED: Press this button to set the leftto-right channel balance of the Speaker outputs (and the
Line outputs, if you have set them to Variable in the Setup
menu). The Balance LED lights when the balance function
is active.
NOTE: When the balance function is inactive, the
Balance LED remains lit if the left-to-right channel
balance of the Main output connectors is offset.
Mute button and LED: Press this button to mute and unmute
the level of the speaker outputs (and the Line outputs, if you
have set them to Variable in the Setup menu) by the amount
determined in the Setup menu. The LED lights when the
mute function is active.
Front-Panel display: This 16-character alphanumeric
display provides information about the N0585’s operating
status. During normal operation it indicates the name and
volume level of the selected input.
Volume knob: Turn this knob to adjust the volume level
of the Speaker outputs (and of the Line outputs if you have set
them to Variable in the Setup menu). The minimum volume
level is OFF; the maximum volume level is determined in the
Setup menu.
Whenever you select an input the N0585 applies the volume
offset selected for it in the Setup menu to the Speaker output
volume level (and to the Line output volume level, if you have
set the Line outputs to Variable in the Setup menu).
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REAR-PANEL OVERVIEW
Right Channel
Balanced Analog
Input Connector
Left Channel
Balanced Analog
Input Connector
Phono Inputs And
Ground Terminal
(N0585.5 Only)
Right Channel
Line Output
Connector
Left Channel
Line Output
Connector
Right Channel
Left Channel
Single-Ended Analog Single-Ended Analog
Input Connectors
Input Connectors
Right Channel
Loudspeaker
Binding Posts
Left Channel
Loudspeaker
Binding Posts
S/N
AES/EBU
Digital Input
Connector
Coaxial
Digital Input
Connectors
Optical
Digital Input
Connectors
6
Power
Switch
USB
Port
AC Mains
Connector
Ethernet
Port
USB Digital
Connector
IR Input
Connector
RS-232
Port
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Trigger Output
Connector
Trigger Input
Connector
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NOTE: For complete information about the rearpanel connections, see the N0585 User Guide. at www.
marklevinson.com.
Left and right channel loudspeaker binding posts: The
Nº585 utilizes custom-made, gold-plated, high-current
loudspeaker binding posts. The positive binding posts,
labeled + (positive), are red; the negative binding posts are
black and are labeled – (negative).
The binding posts can accommodate speaker cables
terminated in untinned bare wire, spade lugs and banana
plugs.
CAUTION: DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN the binding posts. The
innovative design of these binding posts provides more
leverage; hence, high-contact, tight pressure connections
are achieved when finger-tightened. DO NOT FORCE the
binding post “wings” over a bent or oversized connector.
Doing so may damage the binding post.
NOTE: The audio outputs of this power amplifier are
considered Class 2 (CL2) circuits in North America.
This means the wire connected between this amplifier
and the speaker(s) shall be rated at minimum Class
2 (CL2) and shall be installed according to the U.S.
National Electrical Code (NEC) Article 725 or Canadian
Electrical Code (CEC) Section 16.
Line output connectors: These RCA connectors provide a
line-level left-channel and right-channel signal that can be
used to send the selected input to a powered subwoofer, to
a second listening zone or to recording components such
as CD recorders or tape decks.
The Line outputs are configured in the Setup menu as Fixed
(for use with recording components or a second audio
zone). When configured as Fixed, the Line outputs are not
affected by any of the N0585's front-panel controls except
for the Polarity button.
Balanced analog input connectors: These connectors
accept left-channel and right-channel balanced input
signals from source components with balanced (male XLR)
output connectors.
Balanced connector pin assignments:
• Pin 1: Signal ground
• Pin 2: Signal + (non-inverting)
• Pin 3: Signal – (inverting)
• Connector ground lug: Chassis ground
Balanced
Input Connector
(female XLR)
Pin
2
Pin
3
Pin
1
Balanced
Output Connector
(male XLR)
Pin
1
Pin
3
Pin
2
Single-ended input connectors: These connectors accept
left-channel and right-channel single-ended input
signals from source components without balanced output
connectors.
Digital input connectors: The N0585 has six digital audio
input connectors: An AES/EBU-format XLR connection
(numbered 1), two coaxial (RCA) S/PDIF connections
(numbered 2 and 3), two optical (TOSLINK) S/PDIF
connections (numbered 4 and 5) and a USB-B digital audio
connection (numbered 6).
USB port: This USB Type-A connector allows you to
perform firmware upgrades that may be offered in the
future. Check our Web site (www.marklevinson.com) for
available updates; if one is offered, follow the instructions
on the Web site. The USB port also allows you to import
and export setup configuration information via a USB
memory stick, and provides a means to update the N0585's
firmware. See the N0585 User Guide for more information.
If your system includes a powered subwoofer you can
configure the Line Outputs in the Setup menu as Variable.
When so configured, the Line Outputs will follow the
settings of the Volume, Balance and Mute controls.
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Ethernet port: This port supports connection to a home
network. For information on how to configure and use the
Ethernet port, see the N0585 User Guide.
IR input connector: This connector accepts IR (infrared)
control signals from other equipment.
RS-232 port: This RJ-11 connector provides serial control
through a standard RS-232 connection.
Trigger output connector: This 3.5mm tip/sleeve connector
can be used to activate other components in the audio
system and listening room, such as amplifiers, lights and
window shades. A 12V 100mA DC signal is output whenever
the N0585 is on. (See illustration below.)
Trigger input connector: This 3.5mm tip/sleeve connector
can be connected to the trigger output of another system
component or control system that supplies a trigger
voltage. Whenever the N0585 detects a voltage between
5V and 12V DC at this connection it will turn On; when the
trigger signal at this connection ceases the N0585 will enter
the Standby mode. (See illustration above.)
AC Mains connector: This connector provides AC power to
the N0585 when the supplied power cord is connected from
it to an AC electrical outlet.
You should unplug the N0585 from the AC wall outlet during
lightning storms and extended periods of non-use.
Power switch: this mechanical switch turns the N0585's
power supply on or off. During normal operation, do not use
the Power switch to power off the N0585. Instead, use the
Standby button to place the N0585 into Standby.
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REMOTE CONTROL OVERVIEW
NOTE: For complete information about the remote
control functions, see the N0585 User Guide. at www.
marklevinson.com.
Standby
Button
Standby button: Press this button to put the N0585 into and
out of the Standby mode.
Select
Buttons
Volume
Buttons
Setup
Button
Mute
Button
Enter
Button
Balance
Button
Clari-Fi
Button
Polarity
Button
Display
Button
USB
Control
Buttons
Select buttons: Press these buttons to select the desired
input. The name and volume level of the selected input are
indicated on the front-panel display.
Volume +/– buttons: Press these buttons to adjust the
volume level of the Speaker outputs (and of the Line
outputs if you have set them to Variable in the Setup menu).
The minimum volume level is OFF; the maximum volume
level is determined in the Setup menu.
Whenever you select an input, the N0585 applies the volume
offset selected for it in the Setup menu to the Main output
volume level (and to the Line output volume level if you
have set it to Variable in the Setup menu).
Setup button: Press this button to display the Setup menu,
which you can use to customize the N0585 to suit your
individual preferences, listening space and other system
components. The Setup LED on the front panel illuminates
when the Setup menu is active.
Mute button: Press this button to mute and unmute the
level of the speaker outputs (and the Line outputs, if you
have set them to Variable in the Setup menu) by the amount
determined in the Setup menu. The Mute LED on the front
panel lights when the mute function is active.
Enter button: Press this button to select or deselect a
menu item when the Setup menu is displayed.
Balance buttons: Press this button to set the left-to-right
channel balance. The Balance LED illuminates when the
balance function is active. (It also remains illuminated
when the balance function is inactive if the left-to-right
channel balance is offset.)
Clari-Fi button: Pressing this button activates the Clari-Fi
circuitry. Clari-Fi analyzes compressed digital audio files
during playback and “rebuilds” much of what was lost in
compression. (Clari-Fi functions only when a digital input
is the active input.)
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Polarity button: Pressing this button inverts the absolute
polarity of the signal at the Speaker outputs and the Line
outputs. The Polarity LED on the front panel illuminates
when the signal's polarity is inverted.
Display button: Press this button to change the intensity
of the N0585’s front-panel display characters and its frontpanel LEDs. Multiple presses of the Display button cycle
through the available brightness levels: High, Medium,
Low, and Off.
USB control buttons: When USB-B (Input 11) is the active
input, these buttons control playback of the USB source
component.
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QUICK SETUP AND LISTEN
QUICK SETUP AND LISTEN
REMOTE CONTROL
Battery Installation
Your N0585 remote control comes with two AAA alkaline
batteries. To install the batteries, remove the remote
control’s battery cover, insert the batteries and replace the
battery cover. Be sure to observe proper battery polarity.
Using the Remote Control
When using the remote control, aim it toward the N0585's
front panel IR receiver. Make sure that no objects, such as
furniture, block the remote’s view of the receiver. Bright
lights, fluorescent lights, and plasma video displays may
interfere with the function of the remote.
• The remote has a range of about 17 feet (5m), depending
on the lighting conditions.
• You can use the remote at an angle of up to 45° to either
side of the N0585.
• Placing the N0585 behind tinted glass will reduce the
remote control’s effective range.
If the remote control seems to operate intermittently,
replace both batteries with new ones.
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QUICK SETUP AND LISTEN
INITIAL CONNECTIONS
NOTE: For complete information about making
connections, see the N0585 User Guide. at www.
marklevinson.com.
CAUTION: Before making connections, make sure the
N0585 and all associated components are powered off and
disconnected from electrical outlets.
1.Connect your speakers to the N0585's loudspeaker
binding posts. Connect the speaker's positive (+) terminal
to the N0585's positive (+) red binding post, and the
speaker's negative (–) terminal to the N0585's negative
(–) black binding post.
CAUTION: Be careful to not short the positive and negative
outputs together. Do not short the positive or negative
outputs to chassis or any other safety ground.
2.If your system includes a powered subwoofer, connect it
to the N0585's Line outputs. (Configure the Line outputs
as Variable in the Setup menu. See the N0585 User Guide
for details.)
3.Connect up to four line-level analog source components
to the N0585's analog audio inputs. One set of balanced
(XLR) connectors and three sets of single-ended (RCA)
connectors are available.
4.Connect up to six digital source components to the
N0585's digital audio inputs. One AES/EBU (XLR)
connector, two coaxial S/PDIF (RCA) connectors, two
optical S/PDIF (TOSLINK) connectors and one USB-B
connector are available.
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5.Connect the supplied power cable to the N0585's AC
Mains connector and into an electrical outlet. Power on
the N0585 and all associated components.
6.Press the Standby button on the N0585's front panel or
remote control to turn it on.
7.Rotate the N0585 select knob or press the Select
+/– buttons on the remote to select the N0585 input
that corresponds to an input connector to which you
connected a source component.
8.Make sure the N0585’s volume is set to a reasonable
level. Then, begin playing the selected source device.
9.(N0585.5 only) Connect you turn table to the one set of
RCA connectors. Connect the turn table ground to the
ground terminal on your N0585.5.
NOTE: After connecting all source components to
the N0585, we suggest using the Setup menu to
set the names of all inputs that have no connected
source components to “Unused.” This will remove the
unconnected inputs from the list of available inputs
and they will be skipped when selecting the active
input. See the N0585 User Guide for details.
QUICK SETUP AND LISTEN
Digital Source
Component
Computer
To Digital
Output
To USB
Port
Single-Ended
Analog Source
Component
Balanced
Analog Source
Component
S/N
Right
Speaker
Left
Speaker
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
If the N0585 experiences a potentially damaging condition, its built-in protection circuitry will shut off the amplifier and its
Front-Panel Display will show one of the error messages listed below. Follow the instructions in the Solution column to
correct the condition before attempting to use the N0585 again.
ERROR MESSAGE
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
WARNING: DC DETECTED ON [LEFT/ • The indicated amplifier channel has
RIGHT] CHANNEL
detected DC on the output which can
damage speakers.
• Set the rear-panel Power switch to off. Wait
10 seconds and turn the switch back on. If the
error message does not clear call your Mark
Levinson dealer or Mark Levinson customer
service.
WARNING:
RIGHT]
• Put the N0585 into standby by pressing the
Standby button. Wait 10 to 15 minutes to let
the unit cool down and press the Standby
button again. If the error message does not
clear call your Mark Levinson dealer or Mark
Levinson customer service.
OVER
TEMP
[LEFT/ • Indicated amplifier channel has exceeded
thermal limits.
WARNING: OVER CURRENT
[LEFT/RIGHT] CHANNEL
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ON
• Indicated amplifier channel has exceeded
current limits.
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• Set the rear-panel Power switch to off. Wait
10 seconds and turn the switch back on. If the
error message does not clear set the Power
switch to off and disconnect the channel's
speaker wire from the N0585. Wait 10 seconds
and turn the Power switch back on. If the
error message does not clear call your Mark
Levinson dealer or Mark Levinson customer
service.
SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
AMPLIFIER SECTION
Output Power:
200W RMS per channel @ 8 Ω, 20Hz – 20kHz
Damping Factor:
>400 @ 20Hz, referred to 8 Ω
Frequency Response:
20Hz – 20kHz, ±0.13dB; 2Hz – 250kHz, +0.2dB/–3dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
>98dB (20Hz – 20kHz, unweighted); >103dB (20Hz – 20kHz, A-wtd),
referred to full output – maximum volume setting
Voltage Gain:
40.7dB (maximum volume setting)
Total Harmonic Distortion:
<0.01% @ 1kHz, 200W, 8 Ω; <0.1% @ 20kHz, 200W, 8 Ω
PREAMPLIFIER SECTION: ANALOG
Input Impedance:
>45k Ω (RCA & XLR)
Input Overload:
>5.5V RMS (RCA & XLR)
PREAMPLIFIER SECTION: DIGITAL
Sample Rates/Bit Depth (PCM):
32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz, 192kHz/up to 32-bit
GENERAL
Analog Audio Connectors:
3 pairs single-ended inputs (RCA); 1 pair balanced inputs (XLR); 1 pair single-ended line outputs
(RCA); 1 pair loudspeaker outputs ("Hurricane" binding posts w/banana sockets that accept spade
lugs with 1/4" (6.3mm) spacing up to 1/8" (3mm) thick)
Digital Audio Connectors:
1 balanced AES/EBU input (XLR); 2 coaxial S/PDIF inputs (RCA); 2 optical inputs (Tos-Link);
1 asynchronous USB input (USB-B)
Control Connectors:
1 RS-232 port (RJ-12 connector); 1 IR input (1/8" phone jack); 1 programmable 12V DC trigger
output (1/8" phone jack), 100mA maximum; 1 programmable 12 DC trigger input (1/8" phone
jack); 1 Ethernet port (RJ-45 connector)
Mains Voltage:
100V AC, 115V AC, or 230V AC (factory-set)
Power Consumption:
Maximum 1000W (power on)
Unit Dimensions (H x W x D):
6.9" (175mm) – without feet; 7.59" (193mm) – with feet x 17.25" (438mm) x 19.95" (507mm)
Packaging Dimensions (H x W x D):
19" (483mm) x 26" (660mm) x 26" (660mm)
Weight:
72 lb (32.6kg) – net; 96 lb (43.4kg) – with packaging
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PHONO STAGE (N0585.5 ONLY)
Riaa Frequency Response:
20Hz to 20kHz, ±0.3dB
Infrasonic Filter:
Defeatable, 15Hz, 2nd order (12dB/octave)
Moving Magnet Mode:
Input Resistance:
47kΩ
Input Capacitance:
Selectable; 50, 100, 150, 200, or 680pF
Gain:
40dB @ 1kHz
Total Harmonic Distortion
Plus Noise:
<0.03%, 20Hz to 20kHz, 2VRMS output
Signal-To-Noise Ratio
(Referred To 2Vrms Output):
>97dB (20Hz to 20kHz, wideband, unweighted)
>102dB (A-weighted)
>110dB @ 20Hz to 20kHz (spot noise)
Maximum Input Level:
>95mV @ 1kHz; >285mV @ 20kHz
Moving Coil Mode:
Input Resistance:
Selectable; 20, 33, 50, 66, 100, 200, 330, 500, 1000, or 47kΩ
Input Capacitance:
50pF
Gain:
Selectable; 50, 60, or 70dB @ 1kHz
Total Harmonic Distortion
Plus Noise:
50dB gain setting: <0.02%, 20Hz to 20kHz, 2VRMS output
60dB gain setting: <0.02%, 20Hz to 20kHz, 2VRMS output
70dB gain setting: <0.04%, 20Hz to 20kHz, 2VRMS output
Signal-To-Noise Ratio
(Referred To 2Vrms Output):
50dB gain setting: >87dB (20Hz to 20kHz, wideband, unweighted) 50dB gain setting: >94dB (A-weighted)
50dB gain setting: >100dB at 20Hz to 20kHz (spot noise)
60dB gain setting: >77dB (20Hz to 20kHz, wideband, unweighted) 60dB gain setting: >84dB (A-weighted)
60dB gain setting: >90dB at 20Hz to 20kHz (spot noise)
70dB gain setting: >68dB (20Hz to 20kHz, wideband, unweighted) 70dB gain setting: >74dB (A-weighted)
70dB gain setting: >80dB at 20Hz to 20kHz (spot noise)
Maximum Input Level:
50dB gain setting: >30mV @ 1kHz; >105mV @ 20kHz
60dB gain setting: >9.5mV @ 1kHz; >90mV @ 20kHz
70dB gain setting: >3.2mV @ 1kHz; >30mV @ 20kHz
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