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Dear customer,
Congratulations on your purchase of a Bazooka high-performance amplifier. Rt Bazooka,
we are fanatics about accurate music reproduction. Your selection of our products for
your sound system indicates that quality sound is also important to you too. Rt SRS, we
take great pride in manufacturing revolutionary audio products, and through the years of
engineering expertise, hand craftsmanship and critical testing procedures, we have
created this high-performance series of amplifiers. We hope that you will take as much
pride in owning and using one of these high-quality audio products as we do designing and
manufacturing them.
When properly installed and operated, your Bazooka ELR amplifier will give you years of
clean uninterrupted sound reproduction. Therefore, we urge you to take a few minutes to
carefully read through this manual. It will explain all of the features of your amplifier and
help insure trouble free installation.
Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing comfort level adapts to higher volumes of
sound. What may have sounded normal can actually be too loud and harmful to your hearing.
Guard against this by setting your equipment at a safe level before your hearing adapts.
To establish a LLsafe level'''
Start with your volume control at a low setting.
Slowly increase the volume control until you can hear comfortably, clearly and
without distortion.
Once you have established a comfortable LLsound level''' make a note of this
position and do not go above this setting
Taking a minute to do this will help prevent your hearing from being damaged and allow you
to enjoy listening to music throughout your lifetime.
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SRFETY PRECRUTIONS
Fuse amplifierspower wire at the battery.
Be sure to fuse the power wire within 12" of the car's battery. This will protect the car's
battery in case of a short circuit between the powep amplifier and battery. THIS IS RMUST,
the amplifier's built-in fuse will only protect the power amplifier not the car's battery!
Use high grade wire connectors.
To ensure maximum power transfer and secure safe connections, it is recommended to
use high grade barrier spades (for connection at amplifier if applicable) and terminal rings
(for connection at battery).
Do notrun any wires underneath vehicle.
Exposed wires have a chance of being cut or damaged. It is best to run all wires through
the vehicle under the carpet and/or side panels. This lends to a cleaner installation and
less risk of damage.
Use caution when mounting amplifier.
Remember there are many electrical wires, gas lines, vacuum lines, brake lines as well as a
gas tank in the automobile. Make sure you know where they are when mounting the
amplifier to avoid puncturing lines, shorting wires or drilling holes in thE gas tank.
Run signal wires awayfrom electrical wires.
To avoid possibility of inducEd noise from thE car's electrical system (Le. popping noises or
enginE noise), run wires away from the car's electrical wiring.
Make allground wires as shortaspossible andat the samepoint
In order to reduce the chance of ground loops (Le. engine noise), make the grounding wire
as short as possible to reduce the wire's resistance. Rlso, when using multiple
components, make sure all units are grounded at the same point.
Rvoidsharp edges when running the wires.
To avoid the possibility of power, signal or speaker shorts, be careful not to allow thE
amplifiers wires to come in contact with sharp edges. Use a grommet to protect the wire
whEn running through the firE wall.
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FERTURES RND BENEFITS
DC OffsetProtection
This circuit protects the output of the amplifier against DC voltage. If for some reason DC
voltage is detected at the output stage, the amplifier will shut down protecting the
speakers from direct current.
ShortCircuitProtection
The circuit protects the amplifier from damage due to a short found in the speakers or
wiring. If one of the speakers or its wiring comes in contact with ground, the amplifier will
shut down. To resume normal operation, correct the problem and turn the head unit off,
then back on. The amplifier will reset and play again.
Thermal Protection
To protect the amplifier circuitry against damage caused by prolonged exposure to high
temperatures, a thermal protection circuit is activated if the amplifier reaches
excessively high operating temperature. Once the thermal circuit is activated, the
amplifier will shut down to cool off. The amplifier will automatically turn back on once it
cools down to a safe operating temperature.
Tri Mode Capable (ELR265, ELR2100, Jt ELR2150)
If so desired, the amplifier may be run in stereo and mono at the same time. For example,
this feature would allow you to run a pair of mid and tweeters in stereo and a sub-woofer
mono (See Page 13).
Built-in Crossover
The LLELFI"amplifiers include a built-in variable **high and low pass crossovers. The
crossover features a variable frequency selection (50Hz'" 250Hz) for precise high or low
pass filtering. **Except ELFl1190, 1300, 1500 0< 1800 which have a 50 ,., 250Hz low pass filter.
Bass Boost
For added low frequency performance the amplifiers are equipped with switchable 6 or
12dB bass boost @ 45Hz.
Line Out
One set of full range line outputs have been provided for convenient connection to
additional amplifiers in the system. (Fill models except ELFl465 0< ELFl2150)
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Subsonic Filter (ELR1190, E1.R1300, ELR1500 Jt ELR1800)
A subsonic filter has been provided to filter out unwanted subsonic bass frequencies
below the audible range of the subwoofer. This feature helps to improve the amplifier's
overall performance since power is not wasted reproducing frequencies beyond the
speakers' normal operating range. This feature works in conjunction with the Low-pass
crossover to provide band-pass filtering.
Phase Rdjustment (ELR1190, ELR1300, ELR1500 Jt ELR1800)
The phase switch allows for 0 or 180 degree phase adjustment for the woofers. In most
systems. this phase adjustment should be set at 0 degrees. The 180-degree setting is only
needed if the subwoofers are out of phase with the satellite speakers in the vehicle.
Power Fusing
This protects the amplifier against short circuits and excessive current.
Remote Turn-on
Automatically turns amplifier on when connected to the head unit's remote output. The
amplifier will turn on and off with the head unit to save current consumption. This control
also operates the reset circuit for the amplifier's protection. It must be connected with
the head unit in order to reset protection circuits.
Rdjustable Input Sensitivity
Allows you to fine-tune the level matching between your source and the power amplifier.
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MOUNTING LoeRTION
Before you start the installation, it will be necessary to find a mounting location for the
amplifier. Find a location in which the amplifier will receive adequate ventilation in order
to dissipate the heat it develops during operation. Two popular mounting locations are in
the trunk or under the seat.
Select the location in which you wish to mount the amplifier. Use caution when mounting
amplifier, there are many wires, gas lines, vacuum lines, brake lines as well as a gas tank in
the automobile. Make sure you know where they are when mounting the amplifier to avoid
puncturing lines, shorting wires or drilling holes in the gas tank. Once you are ready, use a
pencil to mark the mounting holes in the bottom panel. Rfter you have marked the locations
of the holes move amplifier out of the way and drill small starter holes to make the tapping
screws easier to install. Use provided screws to tighten down the amplifie P•
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POWER CONNECTIONS
IN-LINE POWER FUSE
MOUNTED WITHIN 12FROM BATTERY RECOMMENDED
(NOT PROVIDED)
RADIO'S REMOTE
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IMPORTRNTI Before making any connections, disconnect the car's battery until the
installation is completed to avoid possible damage to the electrical system.
Connect the amplifier to the carls battery.
At times, the amplifier will need to draw large levels of current that cannot be provided by
any circuit in the car's fuse box. We recommended using an 4 to 8 gauge power wire for
your connections depending on the amplifier and length of the wire. Strip one end of the
wire to crimp on a barrier spade. Loosen the +12V screw terminal and insert the power
wire with the barrier spade and tighten. Use caution to make sure no stray wire stands
come in contact with surrounding terminals causing short circuits. Run the wire directly
to the positive terminal of the car's battery. Make sure to use an in-line fuse within 12" of
the car's battery to protect the electrical system and amplifier against short circuits
and/or power surges.
Connect the ground terminal of the amplifier to the carls chassis.
For the ground connection, use an 4 to 8 gauge wire (black) to connect to the terminal
marked GND and then connect it to the car's chassis. Try to keep the length of the cable as
short as possible. preferably less than 6". Also make sure that the point on the car where
the connection is to be made is free of paint and dirt.
Connect the remote terminal of the amplifier to a switchable +12V source.
This connection allows the amplifier to be turned on and off with the power control of the
radio. If the radio has a REMOTE output terminal. connect it to the amplifier's terminal
marked REMOTE (using a 16 gauge wire or heavier). Now when the radio is turned on, the
amplifier will automatically turn on. This connection can also be made to the radio's Power
Antenna wire.
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SIGNRL CONNECTIONS
Connect the HCR output of the head unit (RM/FM cassette player, CD, or DRT) to the HCR
input terminals of the amplifier.
To make these connections. we recommend high Quality RCR cables. which are available at
your local car audio retailer. Run signal wires away from electrical wires to avoid
possibility of induced noise from the car's electrical system (Le. popping noises or engine
noise). Please note that when making these connections the signal inputs correspond with
the speaker outputs.
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HIGH LEVEL CONNECTIONS (OPTIONRL)
High LBVBI inputs havB bBBn includBd to connBct thB amplifiBr to a radio without low-IBVBI
outputs (LB. factory radio). This connBction will allow you to connBct dirBctly to thB
spBakBr output of thB radio with out thB nBBd of an BxtBrnal adaptBr.
DBtBrminB thB typB of radio you havB and makB onB of thB following connBctions.
CRUTION! BE!forE! making any connE!ctions dE!tE!rminE! thE! typE! of radio to avoid possiblE!
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SPERKER CONNECTIONS
Make ,the speaker connections u'sing speaker wire that is at least 16 gauge or heavier.
Rs with any audio component. proper phasing of the amplifier and speakers is essential for
strong bass response. When connecting, make sure that positive (+) from the amplifier is
connected to the positive (+) of the speaker, and the same for negative (-).
Please note that although the ELR1190,
ELR1300, ELR1500 and ELR1BOO are mono
amplifiers, we have provided two sets of
speaker terminals on the amplifier. These
terminals are connected in parallel
internally (connected together). The
second set of speaker terminals are
intended for ease of connection when
running multiple woofers.
(2
4 Ohm
Ohm Minimum)
ELR1190, ELR1300, ELR1500 & ELR1800 SPERKER CONNECTIONS
ELR265, ELR2100 & ELR2150 SPERKER CONNECTIONS
(2
4 Ohm
Ohm Minimum)
4 Ohm
(2 Ohm Minimum)
ELR465 SPERKER CONNECTIONS
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SPERKER CONNECTIONS (BRIDGED)
The ELR amplifiers are capable of being bridged in a mono configuration. This feature
allows you the flexibility of using the amplifier to drive a ** subwoofer or a center channel.
In this configuration the amplifier sums the right and left channel to deliver one channel
(mono) output.
Please note: in order for the amplifier to sum right and left signal information, both right
and left RCR connections must be made.
**CRUTIONI In thE bridgEd modE, thE amplifiEr must SEE thE rEcommEndEd minimum
impedancE or higher. Rny lowEr than thE rEcommEndEd minimum impedancE will cause the
amplifier to oVErheat and possibly caUSE pErmanEnt damagE to thE amplifier!
8 Ohm
(4 Ohm Minimum)
ELR265, ELR2100 & ELR2150 BRIDGED SPERKER CONNECTIONS
8 Ohm
(4 Ohm Minimum)
ELFl465 BRIDGED SPERKER CONNECTIONS
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SPERKER CONNECTIONS (TRI-MOOE)
The ELR265, ELR2100 and ELR2150 are capable of running in a Mono / stereo mode. This
feature gives the amplifier the ability to run stereo satellites (midbass &. tweeter)
simultaneously with a mono subwoofer.
These connections are more complicated because they require the use of passive
crossover networks (Not provided) to divide the frequencies to the speakers. We have
included a sample diagram for 4 Ohm connections. If you wish to use multiple speakers to
achieve a lower impedance and higher power, it is strongly recommended that you seek
professional advice from your BRZOOKR retailer before attempting to make these
connections.
Please Note: In the Tri-mode configuration, the amplifier's built-in crossover must be set to
the "FLRT" position so the speakers receive full range output.
Left
Mid I Tweeter
40hm
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Right
Mid I Tweeter
40hm
(2 Ohm Minimum)
Mono Woofer
80hm
(4 Ohm Minimum)
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INDUCTOR
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CRUTIONI In Tri- mode operation, the amplifier must see a 2 Ohm load or higher for the stereo
satellites and no lower than 4 Ohms for the subwoofer(s). Rny lower than the above mentioned
impedance will cause the amplifier to overheat and possibly cause permanent damage to the
amplifier.
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REMOTE BRSS CONTROL MODULE (OPTIONRL)
Before connecting the remote, it will be necessary to find a mounting location that will be
easy to access for adjustment. Once you select your mounting location, you will need to
run the control wire from the remote to the amplifier. To avoid possibility of induced
noise from the car's electrical system (i.e. popping noises or engine noise), run the cable
from the remote to the amplifier away from the car's electrical wiring.
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ROJUSTING THE X-OVER RNO BRSS
(Please note: If you intend to use the ELR265, ELR2100 and ELR2150 in the Tri-mode
configuration. it is necessary to set the crossover control to the LLFLRT" setting in order to
receive full range output)
The LLELR" amplifiers are equipped with a built-in crossover network allowing you to select
the crossover type (Le. Low-Pass or Hi-Pass) and the desired crossover point. For example
if you wish to drive a pair of subwoofers. you can select the LLLow Pass" setting on the
amplifier to filter out high frequencies. This will send only low frequencies to your
subwoofers (see example settings below).
YIlU can add 6 Ill" 12dB bass boost
by switching thE! Bass Boost control.
SE!IE!ct thE! crllSSIlVE!r typE! Iln thE!
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FINE TUNE THE SYSTEM
Fine tune the amplifier's input sensitivity.
LEVEL
The
g a ins ens it iv it Y con t r 0 I for the LL ELR"
amplifier is located on the side panel. This gain control
has been included to allow adjustment to properly
match the output of the radio. This is one of the most
misunderstood adjustments. By rotating the control in
the clockwise direction. the amplifierLs input will
MIN MAX
become more sensitive and the music will play lOUder. This is
not a volume control and you will not get more power out of the amplifier in the maximum
position! It may seem to deliver more output. but actually the system is only playing louder
faster as you turn the vol~me control on the radio. Ideally. to properly level match the
system the goal is to achieve maximum output from the amplifier without distortion at
about 3/4 of the volume control.
To determine if the amplifier's gain is set properly. turn the system on and slowly increase
the volume control. You should be able to use about 3/4 volume before the system gets loud
but not distorting. It is very important when making these adjustments that you do not
over drive the speakers (at point of distortion) this will cause permanent damage to the
speakers. If you are unable to achieve 3/4 volume before distortion you will need to
adjust gain control (in this case you would reduce the gain). The gain controls should be
adjusted very slowly. It may help to have another person to assist you by adjusting the
gain controls while you listen for distortion.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING THE SYSTEM
We have put together this trouble-shooting guide if you experience problems after
installing the amplifier. Please keep in mind that the majority of problems incurred are
caused by improper installation and not the equipment itself. In addition, there are many
components in the system that could cause various signal problems such as inducted
electrical noise and engine noise.
Before you can properly address the problem, you must first find the component that is
causing the problem. This will take patience and a process of elimination.
SOLUTION
LOOK FOR....
No Output
Blown fUSE!
Bad RCR CablE!(s)
+12V at powE!r tE!rminal
+12V at rE!motE! tE!rminal
Grounding point clE!an and tight
HE!ad Unit's fadE!r not in CE!ntE!r position
RE!placE!
RE!placE!
ChE!ck connE!ction
ChE!ck connE!ction
ChE!ck for ground w/mE!tE!r
SE!t to CE!ntE!r position
ChE!ck lE!vE!1 adjustmE!nts
Bad RCR cablE!(s)
ImpropE!r lE!vE!1 matching
RE!-adjust
RE!placE!
RE!-adjust
Low Output
EnginE! NoisE!
Grounding points arE! clE!an and tight
Ground all componE!nts at samE! point
Try diffE!rE!nt grounding point
Bad RCR cablE!(s)
USE! High Ouality shiE!ldE!d RCR cablE!s
Low VE!hiclE! charging systE!m and/or battE!ry
ChE!ck for ground w/mE!tE!r
Ground at samE! point
ChangE! for bE!ttE!r ground
RE!placE!
RE!jE!cts inductE!d noisE!
Fix and/or rE!placE!
ProtE!ction L.E.D.llluminatE!d
ChE!ck spE!akE!rs connE!ction
for short circuit
MakE! surE! spE!akE!r wirE!s
do not touch chassis ground
ChE!ck spE!akE!r impE!dancE!
(Min 2 ohm StE!rE!o, 4 Mono)
ChE!ck mounting location
for RdE!quatE! air Circulation
SpE!akE!r impE!dancE! too low
SpE!akE!r short
SpE!akE!r grounding out
ImpE!dancE! too low
oVE!rhE!ating
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SPECIFICRTIONS
output Power @! 14.4 YOC :
4 ohm
2 ohm
Bridged 40hm
Bridged 20hm
Frequency Response + - 5dB
SiN Ratio (A-weight)
THO (R-weight)
Low Input Level
Hi Input Level
Battery Yoltage Range
Crossover Type
Crossover FreQ. Range
Crossover Slope
Bass EO at FULLILP
Subson ic Filter
Phase Control
Unbalanced Input (RCA Jack)
Jack for Remote Control
Line Output
Fuse
Output Power @! 14.4 YDC :
4 ohm
2 ohm
Bridged 40hm
Bridged 20hm
Frequency Response + - 5dB
SiN Ratio (A-weight)
THO (A-weight)
Low Input Level
Hi Input Level
Battery Yoltage Range
Crossover Type
Crossover FreQ. Range
Crossover Slope
Bass EO at FULL/LP
Subsonic Filter
Phase Control
Unbalanced Input (RCA Jack)
Jack for Remote Control
Line Output
Fuse
ELR265
ELR465
ELR2100
ELR1190
65W x 2
95W x 2
190W x 1
N/FI
25Hz-22KHz
>90dB
.30%
200mY-6Y
tOY-1O.0Y
1O.5YOC-15YDC
HP/FULLILP
50Hz-250Hz
12dB/oct
0/6/12dB @! 45Hz
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
25A x1
64W x 4
90W x 4
170W x 2
N/FI
25Hz-22KHz
>90dB
.30%
200mY-6Y
tOY-1O.0Y
1O.5YOC-15YDC
HP/FULLILP
50Hz-250Hz
12dB/Oct
0/6/12dB @! 45Hz
No
No
Yes
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No
25A x 2
100W x 2
150W x 2
300W x 1
N/FI
25Hz-22KHz
>90dB
.30%
200mY-6Y
tOY-1O.0Y
1O.5YOC-15YDC
HP/FULL/LP
50Hz-250Hz
12dB/oct
0/6/12dB @! 45Hz
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
20A x 2
100W x 1
190W x 1
N/FI
N/FI
25Hz- 250KHz
>90dB
.30%
200mY-6Y
tOY-1O.0Y
1O.5YDC-15YDC
LP/FLAT
50Hz-250Hz
12dB/oct
0/6/12dB @! 45Hz
20Hz
0/180
Yes
Yes
Yes
25R x 1
ELA1300
ELR1500
ELR2150
ELR1800
200W x 1
375W x 1
N/A
N/A
25Hz- 250KHz
>90dB
.30%
200mY-6Y
tOY-1O.0Y
1O.5YOC-15YOC
LP/FLAT
50Hz-250Hz
12dB/Oct
0/6/12d8 @! 45Hz
20Hz
0/180
Yes
Yes
Yes
20A x 2
320W x 1
500W x 1
N/R
N/A
25Hz- 250KHz
>90dB
.30%
450mY-8Y
tOY-1O.0Y
1O.5YOC-15YOC
LP/FLAT
50Hz-250Hz
12dB/Oct
0/6112d8 @! 45Hz
20Hz
0/180
Yes
Yes
Yes
20A x 3
150W x 2
220W x 2
350w X 1
N/A
25Hz-22KHz
>90dB
.30%
200mY-6Y
tOY-1O.0Y
1O.5YOC-15YOC
HP/FULL/LP
50Hz-250Hz
12dB/Oct
0/6/12dB @! 45Hz
No
No
Yes
Yes
550W x 1
800W x 1
N/R
N/R
25Hz- 250KHz
>85dB
.50%
200mY-6Y
tOY-1O.0Y
1O.5YDC-15YOC
LP/FLAT
50Hz-250Hz
12d8/0ct
0-12dB @! 45Hz
20Hz
0/180
Yes
Yes
Yes
25A x 3
20R x 3
DUE to continuing product improVEmEnt, spEcifications SUbjEct to changE! without notiCE.
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SAS
LIMITED WRRRRNTII
Southern Audio Services, Inc., warrants all products to be free from defects in
material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase. In
the event the product is not as warranted, SAS' sole obligation shall be to repair or
replace the defective product at SAS' option: SAS limits its obligation under any
implied warranties under state laws to a period not to exceed the limited warranty
period. SAS and its authorized BAZOOKA® dealers specifically disclaim liability for
any incidental or consequential damages. Some states do not allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts, and some states do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or
exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and
you may have other rights, which vary from state to state.
What is covered: This warranty covers all defects in materials or workmanship
(parts and labor) in the product.
What is not covered: This warranty does not cover the following:
1.
Damages occurring during shipment of the product to SAS for repair
(Claims must be presented to the carrier).
2. Damages caused by accident, abuse, negligence, misuse or improper
Operation or installation.
3. Damages caused by an act of God, including without limitation, fire, flood
Storm or other acts of nature.
4. Any product, which has a serial number, defaced, altered, modified, or
removed.
6. Any product that has been altered or modified without SAS' consent.
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How to obtain warranty services:
You are responsible for delivery of the product to an authorized BAZOOKA® dealer
or contact SAS at 1-800- THE TUBE for a Return Authorization number. The Return
Ruthorization number must be clearly written on the outside of the box. Freight must
be prepaid to SASe Warranty replacement parts will be returned freight prepaid. The
entire enclosure may be returned for warranty service, but return will be freight
collect.
1.
2. You must provide proof of the date of purchase of the product. If proof of
purchase is not provided, original date of manufacture will be used to determine
warranty period.
3. You ~ust package the product securely to avoid damage during shipment.
4. Rfter acquiring a Return Authorization number, ship to the address below. Please
complete this section and retain for your.records.
Model(s) purchased
_
Serial number(s)
_
Date Purchased
_
Dealer's name
_
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6RRRNTIE LIMITEE
Southern Rudio Services, Inc.• garantit tous ses produits exempts de defauts lies au
materiel et a la fabrication pendant une periode d'un (1) an a compter de la date
d'achat. Si Ie produit n'etait pas tel que la garantie Ie presente, la seule obligation de
SFIS consisterait a reparer ou a remplacer Ie produit defectueux selon les termes de
SRS: SFiS limite son obligation decoulant de toute garantie implicite conformement ala
legislation d'un Etat aune periode ne depassant pas la periode de garantie limitee. SRS
et ses revendeurs BRZOOKR@ autorises declinent tout specialement to ute
responsabilite pour to us les dommages indirects ou consecutifs. Certains Etats
n'acceptent pas les limitations relatives a la duree de la garantie implicite et
certains Etats n'acceptent pas I'exclusion ou la limitation des dommages indirects ou
consecutifs. De ce fait, la limitation ou les exclusions ci-dessus peuvent ne pas vous
concerner. Cette garantie vous donne des droits legaux specifiQues et vous disposez
peut-etre d'autres droits. qui varient d'un Etat a un autre.
Ce qui est couvert: Cette garantie couvre tous les defauts materiels ou de fabrication
(pieces et main-d'oeuvre) du produit.
Ce qui n'est pas couvert: Cette garantie ne couvre pas les elements suivants :
Les dommages survenant pendant Ie transport du produit a SRS pour
reparation (les reclamations doivent etre presentees au transporteur).
1.
2. Les dommages causes par accident, abus. negligence. mauvais usage ou
fonctionnement ou installation incorrects.
3. Les dommages causes par une catastrophe naturelle, y compris et sans sly
limiter, les incendies, les inondations, les tempetes et autres calamites
naturelles.
4. Tout produit dote d'un numero de serie detruit, modifie, transforme ou
supprime.
5. Tout produit qui a ete modifie ou transforme sans I'accord de SRS.
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Comment obtenir des services de garantie :
1.
Vous E!tes responsable de remettre Ie produit a un revendeur BRZOOKR®
autorise ou de contacter SAS au 1-800-THE TUBE pour obtenir un numero
d'autorisation de retour. Le numero d'autorisation de retour doit E!tre clairement
indiQue sur la partie exterieure de la bolte. Le fret doit E!tre prepaye jusQue chez
SFlS. Les pieces de rechange couvertes par la garantie seront retournees en fret
prepaye. L'ensemble peut E!tre retourne pour Ie service de garantie mais Ie retour
sera en fret payable a I'arrivee.
2. Vous devez fournir une preuve de la date d'achat du produit. Dans Ie cas contraire,
la date originale de fabrication sera utilisee pour determiner la periode de garantie.
3. Vous devez emballer Ie produit soigneusement pour eviter Qu'il ne subisse des
dommages pendant son transport.
4. Flpres vous E!tre procure un numero d'autorisation de retour, expediez Ie produit
concerne a I'adresse ci-dessous. Merci de completer cette section et de conserver
ce document pour vos archives.
Modele(s) achete(s)
Numero(s) de serie
_
Date d'achat
_
Nom du revEndeur
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CONDICIONES DE 6RRRNTIR
Southern Rudio Services, Inc. (SRS), garantiza todos sus productos de posibles
defectos de material y fabricacionpor perfodo de 1 (un) ana a partir de la fecha de
compra. En caso que el producto no sea garantfa, la unica obligacion de ~~SRS" sera
reparar 0 sustituir el producto defectuoso haciendo uso de esta opcion. SRS limita su
obligacion de cualquier garantfa implicada bajo leyes estatales a un tiempo que no
exceda el perfodo limitado por la garantfa. HSRS" y sus distribuidores autorizados de
BRZOOKR[B] niegan especfficamente la responsabilidad por cualquier dane fortuito 0
consecuente. Rigunos estados no permiten limitaciones sobre cuanto tiempo dura una
garantfa, y otros estados no permiten la exclusion 0 la Iimitacion de danos fortuitos 0
consecuentes, asf que las limitaciones 0 las exclusiones antedichas no pueden
aplicarse a usted. Esta garantfa Ie da derechos legales especlficos, y usted puede
tener otros derechos, que varian de un estado a otro.
Oue cubre: Esta garantfa cubre todos los defectosen materiales
producto.
0
de fabricacion en el
Oue no cubre: Esta garantfa no cubre 10 siguiente:
1.
Danos que ocurran durante el envlo del producto a ~~SRS" para la reparacion
(las demandas se deben presentarse al transporte).
2. Danos causados por accidente, abuso, negligencia, usc erroneo u operacion
o instalacion incorrecta.
3. Danos causados por un acto de dios, incluyendo sin limitacion, fuego,
tormenta, inundacion u otros actos de la naturaleza.
4. Cualquier producto, que tenga un numero de serie desfigurado, alterado,
modificado,o quitado.
6. Cualquier producto que se haya alterado 0 modificado sin el consentimiento
De
~~SRS".
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Como obtener el servicio de garantia:
1. Usted es responsable de la entrega del producto a un distribuidor autorizado de
BAZOOKAIID 0 entrar en contacto con LLSAS" en el 1-800- THE TUBO para obtener un
numero de Rutorizacion. EI numero de Rutorizacion se debe escribir claramente en el
exterior de la caja. EI Envio se debe pagar por adelantado a ~LSAS". EI envio de las
piezas de recambio de la garantia sera pagado por adelantado.
Se debe enviar la caja completa para el servicio de la garantia. y el retorno sera
por cobrar.
2. Usted debe proporcionar la prueba de la fecha de compra del producto. Si la prueba
de la compra no se proporciona. la fecha de.la fabricacion original sera utilizada para
determinar periodo de la garantia.
3. Usted debe empaQuetar el producto con seguridad para evitar dana durante el
envio.
4. Despues de obtener EI numero de Rutorizaci~n. envie a la direccion abajo.
Complete por favor Estos datos y conservelos.
Modelo
Numero de serie
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Fecha de Compra
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