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OWNERS MANUAL FOR IIIOA, FIO-ELC, 120 IA, IIZ
 OWNERS MANUAL FOR 1110A, 110-ELC, 1201A, 112-ELC, 1205A & 115-ELC
The 1110A, 110-ELC,
1201A, 112-ELC, 1205A
and 115-ELC models are
full range loudspeaker
systems designed for pro-
fessional service. They
were created to provide
efficient, full range sys-
tems, with wide response,
low distortion and con-
trolled directivity.
Product Features
Only the finest compo-
nents have been utilized
to provide years of trou-
ble free performance.
Quality features include a
woofer manufactured with
a heavy steel frame, NINE
POUND motor structure and a
voice coil employing polyimide
KAPTON coil form. Two paral-
lel inputs are provided so that
multiple systems may be used
with their inputs “DAISY
CHAINED” together. Cabinet
construction employs all wood
materials and heavy-duty join-
ery. The rugged carpet and
tolex covering over 3/4-inch
stock will withstand the rigors
of “tour” service and maintain
its good looks.
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Setup Procedure
For best performance, place-
ment is important. If the system
is placed near a flat wall, bass
performance will be reinforced
by about six decibels. This
means that for applications
where feedback will not be a
concern (keyboard or drum
synthesizer service), place the
speaker systems near the rear
wall.
For multiple system operation,
keep the high frequency sec-
tions near one another and
angle the systems horizontally
as required. In this way,
two systems can provide
nearly 150 degrees of
horizontal coverage, see
figure 1.
Connect the amplifier to
the loudspeaker with min-
imum 14 gauge wire
when a length of no more
than 100 feet is used.
Where multiple systems
are to be “DAISY
CHAINED" together, or
where longer cable runs
will be encountered, con-
sider using larger gauge
wire [smaller number). A
rule of thumb is to sub-
tract “3” from the wire gauge
each time the number of sys-
tems doubles. As an example,
for a 200 foot run use 11
gauge wire. For a 100 foot run
to a pair of speakers, also use
11 gauge wire. For a 200 foot
run to two systems, use two
separate 11 gauge cables. If
too small a gauge of wire is
used, no harm or hazard will
result, but “sound quality” and
level may be degraded.
We suggest the use of
SWITCHCRAFT Z15P plugs on
the cable ends if the wire is
heavier than 14 gauge (smaller
number).
Speaker Stand Warning
Note: A heavy speaker on a
speaker stand can cause seri-
ous injury if it falls on some-
one. Please use common sense
and follow these precautions:
1. Only use speaker stands
with a 1-1/2" OD pipe
rated for the full weight
of the speaker. Make
sure the pipe is fully
inserted into stand adapter.
2. Use stands only on a flat,
level surface.
3. Keep all types of traffic
“away from stands at all
time.
‚4. Before placing speakers on
stands, check to see that
the stand adapter is not
cracked, broken or loose in
the cabinet. If so, do not
use With a stand.
5. Do notwrap speaker cable
around the base of stand.
Do not route speaker wire
where it can catch foot traf-
fic. Route wires overhead
or secure to floor with tape.
Parallel Operation
The typical application will use
multiple speakers connected in
parallel to one amplifier. This
is best accomplished by
“DAISY CHAIN" connection at
the input jacks, see figure 2.
Specifications
Cabinet Type -
110-ELC,112-ELC and 115-ELC
Trapezoidal cabinet covered in
black carpet.
1110A, 1201A and 1205A
Rectangular cabinet covered in
employing polyimide KAPTON
voice coil bobbin and rigid
steel frame.
1201A and 112-ELC
Single 12-inch driver (Fender
PN 026598) with 2-inch voice
coil, employing polyimide
KAPTON voice coil bobbin
and rigid steel frame.
1205A and 115-ELC
Single 15-inch driver (Fender
PN 026600) with 2.5-inch
voice coil, employing poly-
imide KAPTON voice coil bob-
bin and rigid steel frame.
black vinyl.
High Frequency -
System Type - ALL MODELS
1110A and 110-ELC, Fender Electronics designed
1201A and 112-ELC and manufactured horn with
Two way, vented baffle low fre- 35 x 70 degree radiation
quency section, horn loaded
angle and dual piezoelectric
high frequency section. driver.
1205A and 115-ELC
Two way, sealed baffle low fre-
quency section, horn loaded FIGURE 2
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driver (Fender \ 45 7
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PN 037655) with 2- \_ FEETMAX. 14 SHORT LENGTH
inch voice coil. GAUGE WIRE MIN. — 14 GAUGE WIRE MIN
Performance 1110A/110-ELC | 1201A/112-ELC | 1205A/115-ELC
Frequency 65Hz - 20KHz 60Hz - 20KHz 60Hz - 20KHz
Response +6dB (half space) | +6dB (half space) | +6dB (half space)
Rated 1110A/16 Ohms
Impedance 110-ELC/8 Ohms 8 Ohms 8 Ohms
Sensitivity 94 dB, 1 Meter 95 dB, 1 Meter 95 dB, 1 Meter
1 Watt 1 Watt 1 Watt
Vertical 35 Degree 35 Degree 35 Degree
Radiation Angle @ 5KHz @ 5KHz @ 5KHz
Horizontal 70 Degree 70 Degree 70 Degree
Radiation Angle @ 5KHz @ 5KHz @ 5KHz
Power 100 Watts per 100 Watts per 150 Watts per
Rating E.l.À. RS426 E..À. RS426 E.LA. RS426
A PRODUCT OF:
FENDER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CORP.,
BREA, CA 92621
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