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ProZ2-150

ProZ2-200

ProZ2-300

ProZ2-300 24Volt

ProZ1-1000AB

ProZ1-1500AB

ProZ4-75 24Volt

ProZ4-110

ProZ4-150

ProZ4-200

ProZ1-2000 D

ProZ1-3000 D

manufactured for

Europe

A Division of CHPW

Friedrich-Ebert-Str. 42

D-92637 Weiden / Germany

INTRODUCTION

Amplifiers provide high-performance sound reinforcement for your mobile audio equipment. Its versatility enables compatibility with optional Equalizers, Frequency

Dividing Network Crossovers, and other audio processors in a customized system. The

Multi-Mode bridging capabilities allow flexibility in hosting several different speaker configurations.

To achieve optimum performance, We suggest that your stereo components are installed by an authorized dealer. It is highly recommended that you read this Owners

Manual before beginning installation.

FEATURES - CLASS AB AMPLIFIER

MOSFET POWER SUPPLY AMPLIFIER

DOUBLE SIDED THROUCH HOLE EPOXY PCB

GOLD PLATED BRASS SET SCREW TERMINALS

12dB/Oct. CROSSOVER

- VARIABLE HIGH PASS CROSSOVER (30Hz-500Hz)

- VARIABLE LOW PASS CROSSOVER (30Hz-500Hz)

VARIABLE SUBSONIC FILTER 15Hz ~ 45Hz(2CH.)

VARIABLE 0dB TO 12dB BASS BOOST AT 45Hz(2CH.)

18dB BASS BOOST ON/OFF SWITCH AT 45Hz(4CH.)

5 WAY PROTECTIONS

DAISY CHAIN THROUGH OUTPUT RCA (2CH.)

POWER AND PROTECTION LED

1 OHM STABLE CIRCUITS

SOFT START / MUTE CIRCUIT

TRIMODE OUTPUT CONFIGURATIONS

WARNNIG

High powered audio systems in a vehicle are capable of generating “Live Concert” high levels of sound pressure. Continued exposure to excessively high volume sound levels may cause hearing loss or damage. Also, operation of a motor vehicle while listening to audio equipment at high volume levels may impair your ability to hear external sounds such as; horns, warning signals, or emergency vehicles, thus constituting to a potential traffic hazard.

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PLANNING YOUR SYSTEM

Before beginning the installation, consider the following: a. If you plan to expand your system by adding other components sometime in the future, ensure adequate space is left, and cooling requirements are met.

b.

Should you use high or low level inputs?

Your Amplifier has been designed to accept either High-Level ( speaker outputs from your radio ) or Low-Level ( Pre-Amp outputs from your radio ) signal source.

If your radio/source is equipped with Pre-Amp outputs. it is possible to utilize them to drive the Amplifier and connecting to the 2 rear speakers.

Then, use the built-in power of your radio to drive the 2 front speakers.

NOTE:

Distortion level is considerably lower from Pre-Amp (Low Level) outputs, than speaker(High Level) outputs.

c. Are your components matched? The peak power rating of your speakers must be equal or greater than the Amplifier’s. They also must be 2 - 8 Ohms impedance.

(This information is normally printed on the speaker magnet) d. Consider both the length of your leads, and routing when determining the mounting location. Pre-Amp input Jacks require a length

(depending on location)

of high quality shielded male to male RCA patch cord.

MOUNTING YOUR AMPLIFIER

The mounting position of your Amplifier will have a great effect on its ability to dissipate the heat generated during normal operation. It has an ample heat sink for heat dissipation, and also designed with a thermal shut-down protection circuit, making it reasonably tolerant of mounting variations. Any configuration which allows moving air to be directed over the cooling fins will improve heat dissipation dramatically. DO NOT enclose the amplifier in a small box or cover it so that air cannot flow around fins.

Temperatures in car trunks have been measured as high as 175 F (80 C ) in the easy to see that it must be mounted for maximum cooling capability. To achieve maximum advantage of convection air flow in an enclosed trunk, mount the amplifier in a vertical position, on vertical surface.

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MOUNTING SURFACE

Cooling requirements are considerably relaxed when mounting inside the passenger compartment since the driver will not often allow temperatures to reach a critical point. Floor mounting under the seat is usually satisfactory as long as there is at least 1 inch (2cm) above the Amplifier’s fins for ventilation.

a. Select a suitable location that is convenient for mounting, is accessible for wiring, and has ample room for air circulation and cooling.

b. Use the amplifier as a template to mark the mounting holes. Remove the

Amplifier and drill 6 holes. USE EXTREME CAUTION, INSPECT UNDERNEATH SURFACE

BEFORE DRILLING.

c. Secure the Amplifier using the screws provided.

CONNECTING THE POWER

CAUTION

AS A PRECAUTION, IT IS ADVISABLE TO DISCONNECT THE VEHICLE’S BATTERY BEFORE MAKING CONNECTION TO

THE + 12 VOLT SUPPLY WIRING.

10 GAUGE (Thicker if planning for additional Amplifiers) wire is recommended for both the power and ground wires. 20 Gauge, for the remote turn-on wire. Both types available at most Mobile Audio Dealers or Installation Shops.

GROUND : To Vehicle Chassis

To avoid unwanted ignition noise caused by ground loops, it is essential that the

Amplifier be grounded to a clean, bare, metal surface of the vehicle’s chassis.

NOTE

GROUND WIRE SHOULD NOT BE EXTENDED MORE THAN 3 FT. (1 METER).

USING THIS METFOD CAN CAUSE TURN ON AND TURN OFF TRANSIENTS (NOISE)

Due to the power requirements of the Amplifier, this connection should be made directly to the positive (+) terminal of battery. For safety measures, install an in-line

50 Amp Fuse Holder (not included) as close to the battery positive (+) terminal as possible .

With an ampere rating not to exceed total value of fuses in amp.

Remote Turn-On Input: To Power Antenna output of Car Stereo

This Amplifier is turned “ON” remotely when the vehicle’s stereo is turned “ON”.

NOTE

IF YOUR RADIO DOES NOT HAVE A +12 VOLT OUTPUT LEAD WHEN THE RADIO IS TURNED ON, “RMT” TERMINAL ON

THE AMPLIFIER CAN BE CONNECTED TO VEHICLE’S ACCESSORY CIRCUIT THAT IS LIVE WHEN THE KEY IS “ON”.

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Battery

FUSE Holder

Near

Battery

Remote Turn ON

To Power Antenna

- 4 -

Chassis

Ground

(-)

CONNECTING THE SPEAKERS

1. 2CH Amplifier a. 1 Subwoofer

L

L

BRIDGE

R

R

R CH

L CH b. Mono Mode

L

L

BRIDGE

R

R

Subwoofer

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CONNECTING THE SPEAKERS

1. 4CH Amplifier

a. 4CH Mode b. 3CH Mode c. 2CH Mode

FEATURES AND CONTROLS

4 Channel

L

L

BRIDGE

R

R

2 Channel

FEATURES AND CONTROLS

RCA Low Level Input Jacks lt allows left and right inputs to be connected to the amplifier using RCA plugs.

RCA Line Output Jacks

Full range output from channel L&R inputs is provided at Line Out Jacks.

Input Level Control

It allows for the adjustment of the gain of both channels to match the output level of the source. In addition, it allows for detailed adjustment with L&R level control to be separated.

Amplifier X-over switch / Line outs X-over switch a) LPF : Allows for the control of the low pass frequency range

(30Hz-500Hz) by using the Low Variable Control.

b) FULL : Allows for full range pass through.

c) HPF : Allows for the control of the high pass frequency range

(30Hz-500Hz) by using the High Variable Control.

Subsonic Filter

It admits of removing the frequency below 15Hz to 45Hz using the Subsonic

Variable Control in order to protect subwoofer speaker or to produce powerful subwoofer sound.

Bass EQ Boost

Adjust the sub boost level of the selected frequency output from 0dB to 12dB.

Remote Gain Control

You can control remote gain, connecting the remote control to amplifier.

Protection LED

lt illuminates when fault condition exists, and amplifier immediately shuts down.

lf illuminated, turn amplifier off, check for shorted speaker leads and DC noise

from RCA input and attempt to re-power amplifier.

When amplifier overheats and thermal protection circuit shuts amplifier down,

LED does not illuminate.

Power LED

lt indicates when amplifier is on and no fault existence.

Speaker Terminal

It allows the connection of speakers to the amplifier.

Fuse

It protects both the amplifier and automobile electrical system from fault conditions.

Power connection

Connects +12VDC power wire from the battery.

Remote connection

Connects the control wire which allows the amplifier to be turned on and off by the radio cassette player.

Connects ground wire from a suitable ground point on the chassis.

CONNECTING THE SPEAKERS

+12V REM GND

+12V REM GND

FEATURES AND CONTROLS

L

LINE INPUT

R

LEVEL SUB-SONIC LPF BASS BOOST PHASE SHIFT

POWER LINKABLE

6V 0.2V

15Hz 45Hz 50Hz 250Hz 0dB 12dB 0 180

PROT.

SLAVE

MASTER

MASTER

SLAVE

+12V REM GND

+12V REM GND

FEATURES AND CONTROLS

RCA Low Level Input Jacks lt allows left and right inputs to be connected to the amplifier using RCA plugs.

RCA Line Output Jacks

Full range output from channel L&R inputs is provided at Line Out Jacks.

Input Level Control

It allows for the adjustment of the gain of both channels to match the output level of the source. In addition, it allows for detailed adjustment with L&R level control to be separated.

Subsonic Filter

It admits of removing the frequency below 15Hz to 45Hz using the Subsonic

Variable Control in order to protect subwoofer speaker or to produce powerful subwoofer sound.

Bass Boost

Adjust the sub boost level of the selected frequency output from 0dB to 12dB.

Variable Highpass controls

Adjust the crossover frequency of the-High Pass output only, from 30Hz to 500Hz

Variable Lowpass controls

2Ch & 4Ch

Adjust the crossover frequency of the LOW Pass output only, from 30Hz to 500Hz.

Mono Ch

Adjust the crossover frequency of the LOW Pass from 50Hz to 250Hz.

Variable Phase shift

Variable Phase shift 0 to 180

Amplifier X-over switch / Line outs X-over switch for 2Ch & 4Ch a) LPF : Allows for the control of the low pass frequency range

(30Hz-500Hz) by using the Low Variable Control.

b) FULL : Allows for full range pass through.

c) HPF : Allows for the control of the high pass frequency range

(30Hz-500Hz) by using the High Variable Control.

LINKABLE OPERATION (MASTER / SLAVE MODE)

You can bridge 2amp and make bigger output a) Connect Master & Slave amp thru RCA (Master === Slave) b) Master Amp : place the S/W to Master position c) Slave Amp : place the S/W to Slave position d) You can connect the speaker wire from Mster + (Speaker +) & Slave + (Speaker -)

Power LED

lt indicates when amplifier is on and no fault existence.

Protection LED

lt illuminates when fault condition exists, and amplifier immediately shuts down.

lf illuminated, turn amplifier off, check for shorted speaker leads and DC noise

from RCA input and attempt to re-power amplifier.

Speaker Terminal

It allows the connection of speakers to the amplifier.

Fuse

It protects both the amplifier and automobile electrical system from fault conditions.

Power connection

Connects +12VDC power wire from the battery.

Remote connection

Connects the control wire which allows the amplifier to be turned on and off by the radio cassette player.

Connects ground wire from a suitable ground point on the chassis.

Remote Gain Control you can control Remote Gain, conneeting the Remote control to Amplifier.

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TROUBLESHOOTING

Before removing your Amplifier, refer to list below and follow suggested procedure.

Speakers and their wires should be tested first.

No Output:

a. Confirm that all terminal strip connections are firmly connected.

b. Check in-line and built-in fuses. Both “+12V” and “RMT” terminals must have

+12 Volts to chassis ground.

c. Confirm that signal source(Car Radio/Deck, EQ, X-over etc ) is connected and is supplying output signal.

To confirm that Amplifier is working, connect an RCA patch cord to LEFT & RIGHT low-Level inputs of Amplifier only( Do not connect the other end of the patch cord ).

Briefly tap the center pin of each( disconnected ) RCA plug on the other( disconnected ) end with your finger. This should produce a noise(feedback) in the speakers.

Only One Channel works:

a. Confirm that speaker terminal strip connections are firmly connected.

b. Check“BALANCE”control on Car Stereo (or signal source) to verify it is at mid-point.

c. If using RCA Low-Level inputs, reverses the input plugs at the Amplifier vice versa).

(right to left or

If the channel that is silent reverses position, the problem is in the Car Stereo

(EQ, X-over, or other signal source) or connecting cable.

SPECIFICATIONS

SPEC.

MODEL

POWER OUTPUT (DC11.5V)

RMS AT 4 Ohm , STEREO

RMS AT 2 Ohm , STEREO

RMS AT 1 Ohm , STEREO

RMS AT 4 Ohm , MONO

RMS AT 2 Ohm , MONO

S/N RATIO

THD (IHF-A)

CHANNEL SEPARATIONS

INPUT SENSITIVITY

INPUT IMPEDENCE

SLEW RATE

ProZ4-75 24Volt

75W X 4CH

110W X 4CH

150W X 4CH

220W X 2CH

300W X 2CH

> 100dB

0.03%

> 55dB

0.15V - 5V

47 KOhm

10V / USec

DAMPING FACTOR

FUSE RATING

DIMENSION(mm)

WIDTH

HEIGHT

LENGTH

200AT 4 Ohm

30A x 2 EA

275.0mm

57.0mm

400.0mm

ProZ4-110

110W X 4CH

150W X 4CH

200W X 4CH

300W X 2CH

400W X 2CH

> 100dB

0.03%

> 55dB

0.15V - 5V

47 KOhm

10V / USec

200AT 4 Ohm

40A x 2 EA

275.0mm

57.0mm

450.0mm

ProZ4-150

150W X 4CH

200W X 4CH

250W X 4CH

400W X 2CH

500W X 2CH

> 100dB

0.03%

> 55dB

0.15V - 5V

47 KOhm

10V / USec

200AT 4 Ohm

40A x 3 EA

275.0mm

57.0mm

500.0mm

ProZ4-200

200W X 4CH

250W X 4CH

300W X 4CH

500W X 2CH

600W X 2CH

> 100dB

0.03%

> 55dB

0.15V - 5V

47 KOhm

10V / USec

200AT 4 Ohm

40A x 4 EA

275.0mm

57.0mm

600.0mm

SPECIFICATIONS

SPEC.

MODEL

POWER OUTPUT (DC11.5V)

RMS AT 4 Ohm , STEREO

RMS AT 2 Ohm , STEREO

RMS AT 1 Ohm , STEREO

RMS AT 4 Ohm , MONO

RMS AT 2 Ohm , MONO

S/N RATIO

THD (IHF-A)

CHANNEL SEPARATIONS

INPUT SENSITIVITY

INPUT IMPEDENCE

SLEW RATE

DAMPING FACTOR

FUSE RATING

DIMENSION(mm)

WIDTH

HEIGHT

LENGTH

ProZ2-150

150W X 2CH

200W X 2CH

250W X 2CH

400W X 1CH

500W X 1CH

> 100dB

0.03%

> 55dB

0.15V - 5V

47 KOhm

10V / USec

200 AT 4 Ohm

25A x 2 EA

275.0mm

57.0mm

330.0mm

ProZ2-200

200W X 2CH

300W X 2CH

400W X 2CH

600W X 1CH

800W X 1CH

> 100dB

0.03%

> 55dB

0.15V - 5V

47 KOhm

10V / USec

200 AT 4 Ohm

30A x 2 EA

275.0mm

57.0mm

450.0mm

ProZ2-300

300W X 2CH

450W X 2CH

600W X 2CH

900W X 1CH

1200W X 1CH

> 100dB

0.03%

> 55dB

0.15V - 5V

47 KOhm

10V / USec

200 AT 4 Ohm

30A x 4 EA

275.0mm

57.0mm

600.0mm

ProZ2-300 24Volt

300W X 2CH

500W X 2CH

750W X 2CH

1000W X 1CH

1500W X 1CH

> 100dB

0.03%

> 55dB

0.15V - 5V

47 KOhm

10V / USec

200 AT 4 Ohm

40A x 4 EA

275.0mm

57.0mm

600.0mm

SPEC.

MODEL

POWER OUTPUT (DC11.5V)

ProZ1-1000 AB ProZ1-1500 AB ProZ1-2000 D

RMS AT 4 Ohm , MONO

RMS AT 2 Ohm , MONO

RMS AT 1 Ohm , MONO

S/N RATIO

THD (IHF-A)

CHANNEL SEPARATIONS

INPUT SENSITIVITY

INPUT IMPEDENCE

SLEW RATE

DAMPING FACTOR

FUSE RATING

DIMENSION(mm)

WIDTH

HEIGHT

LENGTH

400W X 1CH

600W X 1CH

800W X 1CH

> 105dB

0.03%

> 55dB

0.15V - 5V

47 KOhm

10V / USec

300 AT 4 Ohm

30A x 2 EA

275.0mm

57.0mm

380.0mm

500W X 1CH

800W X 1CH

1200W X 1CH

> 105dB

0.03%

> 55dB

0.15V - 5V

47 KOhm

10V / USec

300 AT 4 Ohm

20A x 4 EA

275.0mm

57.0mm

450.0mm

500W X 1CH

800W X 1CH

1500W X 1CH

> 100dB

0.03%

> 55dB

0.15V - 5V

47 KOhm

10V / USec

200 AT 4 Ohm

30A x 4 EA

275.0mm

57.0mm

450.0mm

LINKABLE

REMOTE CONTROLE

N/A

YES

N/A

YES

N/A

YES

ProZ1-3000 D

1000W X 1CH

1500W X 1CH

2500W X 1CH

> 100dB

0.03%

> 55dB

0.15V - 5V

47 KOhm

10V / USec

300 AT 4 Ohm

200A EXTERNAL

275.0mm

57.0mm

600.0mm

YES

YES

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