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GSW12
User Manual
Contents
Important Safety Instructions 2-3
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Recycling & RoHS Declaration of Conformity Unpacking 4
Foot/Spike Fixing 4
Introduction 5
GSW12 Features 5
Amp & Control Panel 6-7
Remote Control Functions 8
Positioning 9
Set Up 9-10
Specification 11
Trouble Shooting 12
Guarantee and Service 13
Claims under this guarantee 13
Data Protection 13
EC Declaration of Conformity
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Owner Information 15
Important Safety Instructions
1. Read these instructions. All the safety and operating instructions should be read before this product is operated.
2. Keep these instructions. The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
3. Heed all warnings. All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
4. Follow all instructions. All operating and use instructions should be followed.
5. Do not use this apparatus with water. The appliance should not be used near water or moisture. For example; in a wet
basement or near a swimming pool.
6. Clean only with a dry cloth. Great care and attention has gone into the materials chosen to produce the Gold
Signature loudspeakers. A gentle wipe with a dry, clean cloth is all that is required to remove any dust. Treat them as
you would a fine piece of furniture because that is how they have been designed.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat source, such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the purpose of the polarised or grounding type plug. A polarised plug has two blades with one
wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wider blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
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.
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.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms, or when unused for long periods of time.
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 onto the
apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally or has been dropped.
15. This apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing water and that no object filled with liquids such as vases
shall be placed on the apparatus.
16. This exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to presence of important
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
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17. Natural Wood Veneers. Monitor Audio takes great pride in providing a high quality product. We use only hand
selected natural wood veneers, which are carefully matched and hand finished to the highest standard possible.
The unique nature of each veneer may result in natural colour and grain variation from samples you may have
seen in photos or at the dealer’s show room. This is what makes the product a special piece of furniture. If your speaker
is finished in a Cherry veneer please be aware that it will naturally darken with age more so than other types of wood
veneer.
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WARNING!
• THE MAINS PLUG IS USED AS A DISCONNECT DEVICE, THE DISCONNECT DEVICE SHALL REMAIN READILY OPERABLE.
• TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT USE THIS PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE
• TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE
• TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE PLUG TO WIDE SLOT FULLY INSERT.
This lightening flash with an arrow head symbol, within an equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert the user to the presence of un-insulated “dangerous voltage”
within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to the persons.
Warning: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover (or back). No
user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
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This exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user
to presence of important maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
This is a “Class II”, “double insulated apparatus”.
This apparatus must NOT have a safety connection to Earth.
Re-cycling
Correct Disposal of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) by User in Private
Households in the EU
This symbol on the product or accessories indicates that they must not be disposed
of with your household wastes throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the
environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly
to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. Instead it is your responsibility
to dispose of your waste equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point
for recycling WEEE. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment will
help conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects
human health and the environment. For more specific information about where you can take your equipment for recycling please contact your local city/council
office, your local waste disposal service or the outlet where you purchased your GSW12 product.
RoHS Declaration of Conformity
Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the
reduction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic
equipment, January 2003.
Background
The RoHS directive restricts the use of Lead (Pb), Cadmium (Cd), Mercury (Hg), hexavalent Chromium (CrVI), polybrominated
biphenyl (PBB) compounds, and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) compounds in electrical and electronic equipment
sold in the European Union.
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Unpacking
Care must be taken at all times when handling the GSW12 due to the extreme weight of the product. We
recommend a two-person lift wherever appropriate.
The feet/spike assemblies and mains power cord/s are contained within the packaging and should be removed.
Please select the power cord appropriate to your Country/location. Mains voltage selection for 100-120 Vac or 220-240 Vac
operation is electronically auto selected.
To remove the GSW12 from its carton, place some protective material on the floor and having removed any items of packing
from the top of the pack carefully invert the carton. (Also see icons on the carton). Gradually pull the carton upwards to expose
the subwoofer, which will be presented with its base uppermost. Remove fixing tape from the bag and expose the base of
the cabinet to allow fitting of the spiked feet into the M10 threaded inserts as described below.
Spiked Foot Fixing For Carpeted Floors
The spiked foot assembly incorporates a spike for use on carpeted floors and also, a soft polymer pad (for use on wooden or
tiled floors). Please ensure there are no hidden wires under the carpet, or trailing mains leads that could be damaged by the spikes.
Locking Nut
Main Threaded
Assembly
Soft Polymer
Pad
The foot comes fully assembled for use on carpeted floors. All that is
required is fixing into the cabinet. This is achieved by simply screwing
the feet fully into the 4-threaded inserts in the underside of the cabinet. If your carpet has a very thick pile, remove the soft polymer pad from the
foot to ensure the spike goes right through the carpet onto the floor. With
great care turn your cabinet the right way up. Place the cabinet in your
desired location, and check that it is level on all sides. If it is slightly off
level, unscrew the spike at the lowest point and check again. Continue this
process until the cabinet is fully level. Use the locking nut on the foot to fix
the foot in place and to stop any unwanted vibrations.
Spike
Spiked Foot Fixing For Wooden/Hard Floors
For use on solid floors or where spikes are inappropriate, it is possible
to use the foot without the spike insert. To use the foot in this manner
carefully grip the knurled portion of the spike and rotate anti clockwise to
unscrew the spike fully.
You may find it easier to first remove the polymer pad to gain more
purchase on the spike.
The pad should be replaced before carrying out the levelling operation
previously described.
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Introduction
Thank you for your purchase of Monitor Audio GSW12 subwoofer, which has been designed and constructed using quality
systems and materials to provide years of enjoyment, reliability and pride of ownership.
This product, as with all the Gold Signature range, is hand crafted from top to bottom using traditional woodworking skills for
our sumptuous cabinets, married with the state of the art technology of our renowned drive units.
Music is and should be a natural enhancement of life. It stimulates the imagination, changes your mood, helps you relax, and
provides endless hours of entertainment.
Please read through this manual to familiarize yourself with any safety advice and how best to set up your subwoofer to
achieve the very best listening experience.
Please retain this manual for future reference.
GSW12 Features
• Compact design with forward firing 12” long-throw woofer.
• Class D amplifier section with advanced SMPSU (Switch mode) power supply unit.
• Dynamic power limiter. DSP (Digital Sound Processing) control of the power amplifier monitors available power and limits
certain frequencies dependant on available power reserve.
• Sealed cabinet for ultimate bass control and ease of installation.
• Main features and settings adjustable by remote control.
• Full DSP Control with all functions controlled in the digital domain, providing more advanced control of complex filter
characteristics than conventional analogue circuitry.
• Individual control of input sources. E.g.; an LFE input and an alternative input such as 2 channel hi-fi amp can share a
single GSW12.
• 4 x pre-set EQ settings and 1 x user adjustable EQ setting.
• 10-band graphic Equaliser to provide room correction and fine-tuning.
• System optimization and integration with a wider range of speaker applications.
• Auto switch on/off, or 12V trigger input. Controlled by DSP to provide accurate automatic switch on when an input signal
is detected.
• Front mounted IR sensor with LED to indicate remote actuation.
• Night mode setting.
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Amp and Control Panel
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1. RCA Line Level Inputs (Stereo Left & Right)
For connection to a 2 channel/ stereo amplifier system. Connection should be provided by a pair of high-quality signal
cables from the pre-out section of an amplifier. Note: - cable lengths should not exceed 10 metres to avoid interference
from other electrical appliances.
2. RCA Line Level Outputs (Stereo Left & Right)
RCA line level outputs are provided in order to use other sub-woofers in conjunction with the GSW12 by ‘daisy chain’ type
connection. The outputs are link out only connections and do not provide any form of filtering.
3. LFE Input (RCA Type)
This input is to be used when connecting the GSW12 to an AV amplifier/receiver. When using the LFE input, the crossover
function in the menu/set-up is not used. This is due to the crossover function being controlled by the AV amplifier/
processor to which it is connected. Please refer to the crossover table on page 10 for further advice on which setting to
use. Input between LFE and Stereo input (Inp) can be switched using the ‘LFE’ button on the remote control unit.
4. LFE Output/Link (RCA Type)
LFE output is provided in order to use other sub-woofers by ‘daisy chain’ type connection. The output is a link out only
connection and does not provide any form of filtering.
5. 12 Volt Trigger Input ~ Centre Pin = +12Vdc.
For external power control from AV amplifier/Receiver to the GSW12. Monitor Audio recommend using this function and a
lead is supplied. This 12 volt signal is supplied by the AV amp/receiver and tells the GSW12 to turn on from standby mode.
This allows a more accurately controlled method of the auto on/off function. It is also a lot more energy efficient. The
display will change from a clock to a ‘3.5mm jack’ image (see key on page 1 of Set Up Guide for illustrations). The stand by
function on the remote will not be operable when using the +12v trigger. 6. Mains Power Switch
Mains ‘rocker switch’ providing overall power off and on/auto. In the on/auto mode, the unit will turn on when an input
signal is sensed, and will turn off after a user preset delay when the signal is removed (source turned off).
7. IEC Mains Power Connector/Fuse Location
The GSW12 is supplied with a two-pin mains input socket for connection to the mains supply. Use ONLY the appropriate
IEC mains lead provided with the product. Also fitted is an external mains fuse. If a fuse blows during operation a spare
fuse is provided within the fuse holder for replacement. If you wish to change the fuse, you can do this by removing the
IEC mains lead and carefully levering out the original fuse from its holder below the IEC mains input socket (7a). If the fuse
blows again it is advisable to seek help from an authorised service agent. DO NOT attempt to re-fit a further fuse as this
could result in serious damage to the amplifier unit.
8. Recycling and Approval Certification
The approval identities will differ to that displayed depending on the country you are in.
9. Display
This LCD display provides full feedback of the amplifier settings. The default display will show the EQ settings, the
output volume and graphic output display (constantly changing). When the enter button is pressed (on the remote), or the
encoder pushed down, the ‘menu’ system is displayed. For full details of the menu system, please go to page 9.
EQ Setting (e.g. Impact)
Output Level
Input (e.g. Stereo Input/LFE)
Graphic Output Display
10. Push-Turn Control Button
This gives you full control (except EQ selection) of your GSW12. By default, you can adjust the volume (by
turning the control button) and enter the menu system. Pushing the rotary encoder allows access of the menu system
illustrated on page 9. For more detailed operation and set up please refer to page 10.
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Remote Control
NOTE: - The remote control should be directed towards the IR lens located on the front of the GSW12 cabinet. For distance and
angle limits please refer to the Set Up Guide (page 2).
1. Mute
Toggle between mute and normal operation. Mute can only be accessed by
using the remote control.
2. Power/ Standby
Toggle between standby on/off. Standby can only be operated by the remote
control unit. This function will not be operable when using the +12v trigger.
3. LFE
Toggle between LFE and Stereo input. The input mode can only be accessed by
using the remote control.
4. Night Mode
Toggle between night mode on/off. Night mode can be accessed by the
remote control and by the main control panel menu.
5. Movies
Toggle between movie mode and FLAT/ USER mode.
6. Dynamic
Toggle between dynamic mode and FLAT/ USER mode.
7. Music
Toggle between music mode and FLAT/ USER mode.
8. Impact Toggle between impact mode and FLAT/ USER mode.
All pre-set EQ’s (5-8) can only be accessed by the remote control.
9. Menu arrow keys
Menu control and settings adjustment. The menu keys work in the same
way as the push and turn control knob on the main control panel. Volume is
facilitated by the up/down keys by default. Menu scroll is facilitated by the
left/right keys.
10. Enter key
Enter settings menu and select desired menu function for adjustment.
11. Exit Key
Exit set up menu. Press once for back a step and again for complete exit from
the menu system.
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Positioning
The GSW12 should now be sited in the most suitable position, preferably not directly in the corner of a room as this may cause
excessive bass boom. Once a desirable position is achieved it is important to check if the cables are long enough to reach
comfortably without being under tension. Leave the GSW12 unplugged until you are happy with it’s location.
Never connect or disconnect any of the input connections with the GSW12 switched on. Optimal control settings will depend entirely on your system configuration. For initial trials set the controls as follows:
Set Up
Once in position and cables have been routed; connect them to the GSW12. Mains power cable should be connected last. Do
not play any music at this stage.
NOTE: The entire set up procedure can be done via the control panel or remote control handset.
Using an A/V Processor/Receiver
Connect a single interconnect cable from an A/V processor/receiver to the connection marked LFE input. LFE must be
displayed on the control panel display. If ‘Inp’ (indicating stereo input) is displayed, the LFE button on the remote control
can be pressed to select LFE. LFE should then be indicated on the display. Using the LFE input, negates the GSW12’s crossover filter. This needs to be set on the A/V processor/receiver. Please refer
to the product user manual for further information. As a guide, the crossover should be set up in accordance with the low
frequency limit of the main speakers (see table on page 10).
Using L&R stereo inputs
Stereo L & R input may be required if using a 2-channel stereo amplifier, or an older A/V receiver with no LFE output. Connect
2 x interconnect cables (left and right) from a stereo amplifier or A/V processor receiver to connections marked Line Inputs L
& R. ‘Inp’ (indicating stereo input) must be displayed on the control panel display. If ‘LFE’ is displayed, the LFE button on the
remote control can be pressed to select ‘Inp’. ‘Inp’ should then be indicated on the display. Once the appropriate input has been selected, you can now enter the set up menu. This is done by pressing enter (on the
remote) or by pressing the encoder.
Factory Settings
Factory settings are denoted by the symbol in the Set Up Guide: These should be treated as the initial setting when setting up your product. Further fine tuning of the settings can be done if
you feel these factory settings do not match your environment or tastes.
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Crossover setting (Stereo left & right input only)
The crossover control should be set in accordance with the size or bass output of the main/satellite speakers. The crossover
control can be adjusted in steps of 40Hz, 50Hz, 63Hz, 80Hz, 100Hz, 125Hz and 160Hz. The crossover slope characteristic
can also be adjusted from 0 to 54dB/Octave in steps of 6dB. Refer to the chart below as a guide to setting the crossover
frequency control to the optimum position. Much will depend on the correct low frequency response of the main speakers and
their position in your room. Experimentation is advisable.
Type of Main Speaker
Monitor Audio Product
Crossover Control Setting
Large floor-standing speaker
GS20/60; RS6/8; BR6
40-60Hz
Small floor-standing speaker
RS5; BR5; R270
60-70Hz
Large stand-mount/bookshelf speaker
GS10
50-80Hz
Small stand-mount/bookshelf speaker
RS1; BR1/2; R225/250
60-90Hz
Small satellite speaker
R45/90/180
80-160Hz
Sub-Sonic filter
An adjustable sub-sonic filter is provided to limit the reproduction of infra-sonic frequencies being produced below a useable
frequency point. Frequency settings are at 16, 20, 25 and 31Hz with a variable slope characteristic from 0 to 54dB/Octave in
steps of 6dB.
EQ
There are five EQ modes to choose from:4 x pre-set options (which can be accessed by remote control during operation) Music, Movies, Dynamic & Impact. These can
be set at any time in accordance with personal choice or the predominant operation of the system.
NOTE: The Graphic EQ cannot be adjusted when using the 4 x pre-set modes.
1 x User mode (FLAT). The FLAT (User mode) mode can be accessed only by remote control. Pressing the ‘movies’ button (for
example) when already in the movie setting will select the FLAT mode. This will now allow the installer/user to access the 10
band graphic equaliser settings and make adjustments. +/- 6dB gain or cut can be obtained at the pre-set frequency divisions
of 20Hz, 25Hz, 31Hz, 40Hz, 50Hz, 63Hz, 80Hz, 100Hz, 125Hz, and 160Hz. The FLAT EQ setting will change to ‘USER’ when any
changes have been made to the graphic equaliser. To access the FLAT/ USER graphic equaliser, you need to be in this EQ setting before entering the set up menu. These
features can be used to provide a more accurate ‘in room’ balance and is particularly effective at counteracting room modes or
positioning anomalies. A 1/3 Octave spectrum analyser or hand-held dB level meter, capable of accurately measuring down
to 20Hz will be required to achieve optimum settings. Night Mode
This setting limits overall dynamic capability and SPL by using a compressor type limiter.
Phase
The Phase Control is used to synchronise any delay between the GSW12 and main/satellite speakers. When the GSW12
is in phase with the main/satellite speakers the sound should be full bodied. Sit in a normal listening position whilst
adjusting the phase settings. When set correctly the location of the subwoofer should be almost undetectable. Experimentation
is advisable. However it should be noted that in most cases the phase control should be set to 0 degrees, especially when
using a digital A/V processor or A/V receiver amplifier.
Auto Off
This menu allows the user to select the auto turn off delay time. The time delay can be adjusted from 5- 25 minutes in 5 minute
intervals.
Save data
Push the control button (or press enter) to save your set-up data. The display will show SAVE OK, to confirm the settings have
been saved successfully. These settings will now be remembered when the GSW12 is switched off.
Volume level adjustment
Once data has been saved the volume can be adjusted to the desired level either by the main control panel or by
using the remote control. Accurate level (volume) calibration can be done by using the auto-set up procedure of the A/V
processor/receiver – See manufacturer’s user guide for details. Alternatively a 1/3 Octave spectrum analyser or hand-held
dB level meter, capable of accurately measuring down to 20Hz can be used to check and adjust the volume level.
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Specification
Amplifier Output
600 Watts (RMS) 1200 Watts (Peak)
Crossover (Low Pass)
40Hz - 160Hz
Variable slope characteristic from 6 – 54dB/Octave
Sub-Sonic Filter (High Pass
16, 25 & 31Hz
Variable slope characteristic from 6 – 54dB/Octave
EQ
4 x Preset
1 x User Set
Graphic 10 Band Equaliser.
± 6dB in 0.5dB steps
Digital Volume Level
-80 – 0dB in 1dB Increments
Auto Sensing Input Line Level >5mV (RMS)
Requirements
5 – 25 minutes, user adjustable.
Sealed Cabinet with 25mm M.D.F construction with critical internal bracing. Sealed
amplifier compartment.
Equalisation
Cabinet Specification
Amplifier Classification Class- D amplifier, with SMPSU (switch mode power supply) and DSP control
Driver Compliment
1 x 12” C-CAM® sub-woofer driver featuring triple suspension and 4” long throw voice coil
Dimensions
Millimetres - 390 x 390 x 420 (H x W x D) Inches 15 3/8 x 15 3/8 x 16 9/16 All dimensions excluding grille and feet
28 Kg (61.5lbs)
Weight (unpacked) Mains Input Voltage:-
(Automatically selected)
100 -120Vac, 220 - 240 Vac
Fuse Type
For countries with 220 – 240Vac supply use: 4A/250V 20MM UL/VDE
For countries with 100 – 120Vac supply use: 8A/250V 20MM UL/VDE
Trigger Input
3.5mm Jack input, +12Vdc = On State
Code System for All in One
Remote Controls
NEC SH6122
C-CAM® is a registered trade mark of Monitor Audio Ltd
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Trouble Shooting
Should you experience any technical, or set-up problems with your GSW12 please check the Trouble Shooting Guide below:
My GSW12 will not turn on/no power
• Is the LED illuminated on the back of the unit? If not, then check your mains lead is properly connected both at the
GSW12 and at the mains outlet. Also check the fuse of the mains plug (where fitted) and also the fuse in the GSW12.
See page 7 for further info on changing the fuse and it’s location.
• Is the LED on the back red? If so, you have power going to the unit. It could be that there is no signal, or the 12v trigger
is connected and the source not turned on (see below).
• Have you got the 12v trigger connected? If so, the GSW12 will not power up using the remote with this connected. It will
only turn on when the 12v trigger source is powered up.
• Has it got a signal going to it? If so, and the signal is turned on, try adjusting the volume level of the source.
If it still does not turn on/ power up, please contact your local dealer/ distributor or Monitor Audio immediately.
No sound from GSW12
• Check the correct input is selected to suit your needs.
• Is the LED on the back red or green? If it is red, then the unit hasn’t actually turned on. See above comments. If it is
green, then your unit is powered up and turned on. Check further suggestions below.
• Is your unit in night mode? If so, turn it off via the remote.
• Is the volume just very low?
If it still does not output a signal, please contact your local dealer/distributor or Monitor Audio immediately.
Display on top of the GSW12 does not work
• Is the unit powered up? Check the points above.
• Is there sound from your GSW12? Check the points above.
If it still does not have a display, please contact your local dealer/distributor or Monitor Audio immediately.
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Guarantee and Service
Valid upon completion of the incorporated warranty card and its return within 30 days of purchase.
This equipment has been fully tested prior to dispatch from the factory. Both the craftsmanship and the performance of this
product is guaranteed against manufacturing defects for the period of one year from the date of purchase (see conditions
below), provided that the product was supplied by an authorised Monitor Audio retailer under the consumer sale agreement.
(The words ‘consumer sale’ shall be construed in accordance with section 15 of the supply of goods act 1973). Monitor Audio
accepts no responsibility for defects arising from accident, misuse, abuse, wear and tear, modification or operation outside
of that specified within this instruction manual. Neither will responsibility be accepted for damage or loss occurring during
transit to or from the parties claiming under this guarantee.
This guarantee covers both labour and parts. The liability of Monitor Audio is limited to the cost of repair or replacement of the
defective parts (at the discretion of Monitor Audio) and under no circumstances extends to consequential losses or damage.
Claims under this Guarantee
The equipment should be returned in its original packaging to the original supplier where possible, or to any other
authorised Monitor Audio dealer. If it is not possible to return the equipment by hand, then it should be sent carriage prepaid
via a reputable carrier. If the original packing is not available replacement packaging can be purchased from Monitor Audio.
If you have any difficulties complying with these requirements please contact us at the following address:
Customer Service
Monitor Audio Ltd.
Unit 2, 24 Brook Road
Rayleigh
Essex SS6 7XL
England
Tel:
44 (0) 1268 740580
Fax:
44 (0) 1268 740589
Internet: www.monitoraudio.co.uk
Email: info@monitoraudio.co.uk
This guarantee does not affect the statutory rights of the consumer under UK law.
Data Protection
We at Monitor Audio are committed to respecting the wishes and privacy of our customers. Any information you provide will
be held in the strictest confidence and only used within the Monitor Audio organisation for the provision of services such as
warranty claims or spare parts.
We may wish to contact you in the future to ensure you are happy with the products and standards of service we provide and
to keep you up-to-date with the latest products and promotions we have to offer.
Should you wish not to be contacted by us either by post, e-mail or phone, please tick the box on the warranty card. Alternatively you can request not to be contacted in future by writing to Customer Service, at the address above.
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EC Declaration of Conformity
EC Declaration of Conformity
We, Monitor Audio Ltd.
Unit 2,24 Brook Road
Rayleigh
Essex
SS6 7XL
England
07
Declare in own responsibility, that the GSW12 product described in this manual is in compliance with
Technical Standards/Council Directives:
(LVD) 2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
EN60065: 2002+A1: 2006 Safety requirements for mains operated electronic and related apparatus for
household and similar use.
(EMC) 89/336/EEC Electro Magnetic Compatibility
EN55013: 08.90+A12:08.94+A13:12.96 Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance
characteristics of broadcast receivers and associated equipment.
EN55020: 12.94+A11:12.96 Electro magnetic immunity of broadcast receivers and associated equipment.
EN61000-3-2: 04.95+A1:1998+A2:1998 Electro magnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 3: Limits – Section 2:
Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current up to and including 16 Ampere per phase).
EN6100-3-3: 01.95 Electro magnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 3: Limits – Section 3: Limits of voltage
fluctuations and flicker in low-voltage supply systems for equipment with rated current up and including
16 Ampere per phase.
Signed by:
Name: D.S. Hartley
Position: Technical Director
Company: Monitor Audio Ltd
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Owner Information
Product Details
Model GSW12 Product Serial No:..............................................................................................................................................................
Date of Purchase:...............................................................................................................................................................
Dealer Details
Dealer Name:.....................................................................................................................................................................
Address:............................................................................................................................................................................
Town, Post code, Country:..................................................................................................................................................
e-mail address:..................................................................................................................................................................
Settings/Notes:
Left & Right Stereo Input
LFE Input
Crossover (Set on AV amplifier/processor):................
Crossover (Set on AV amplifier/processor):.................
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Sub-Sonic Filter:........................................................
Sub-Sonic Filter:........................................................
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EQ:............................................................................
EQ:...........................................................................
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Night Mode:..............................................................
Night Mode:..............................................................
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Phase:.......................................................................
Phase:......................................................................
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Auto Off:...................................................................
Auto Off:....................................................................
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Additional Notes:...............................................................................................................................................................
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Monitor Audio reserves the right to alter specifications without notice.
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Monitor Audio Ltd.
Unit 2, 24 Brook Road
Rayleigh, Essex
SS6 7XL
England
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