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  MAX 310 / 410X / 710X User’s Manual Manual del Usuario. Manual do Usuário. SAFETY INFORMATION CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove any cover(or the rear section). No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel only. To reduce of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain and moisture. Electrical equipments should NEVER be kept or stored in damp environments. This symbol, wherever appears, is intended to alert the us
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     1 MAX 310 / 410X / 710X   User’s Manual   Manual del Usuario.Manual do Usuário. SAFETY INFORMATIONCAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove any cover(or the rear section). No userserviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel only. WARNING: To reduce of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain and moisture. Electricalequipments should NEVER be kept or stored in damp environments.This symbol, wherever appears, is intended to alert the user to the presence of un-insulateddangerous voltage within the appliance’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to arisk of electric shock.This symbol, wherever appears, is intended to alert the user to the presence of importantoperating and maintenance (servicing) instruction in the literature accompanying thisappliance.This symbol means: indoor use only.   2 This symbol means: Read instructions.  Safety Instructions1.   Read Instructions  All the safety and operating instructions should be read before this products isconnected and used. 2.   Retain Instructions  The safety and operating instructions should be kept for future reference. 3.   Heed Waning  All warnings on this appliance and in these operating instructions should be followed. 4.   Follow Instruction  All operating and other instructions should be followed. 5.   Heat, Water and Moisture    Do not place this appliance to close to any high heat sources such asradiators. Also this appliance should be kept away from direct contact with liquids. 6.   Ventilation  The appliance should be situated so that it’s location or position does not interfere with it’sproper ventilation. For example, the appliance should not be situated on a sofa, bed, or similar surface thatmay block the ventilation opening; or keep the appliance away of those objects such as newspapers, carpetwhich may cover the ventilation opening or impede the flow of air through the ventilation opening. 7.   Power Source & Power Cord    This appliance should be connected to a power supply only of the typedescribed in these operating instructions, or marked on the unit.Power supply cord should be routed so that the are not likely to be walked upon or pinched by the itemsplaced on or against them. When removing the cord from a power outlet be sure to remove it by holding theplug attachment and not by pulling on the cord.Check the total maximum power of your AC wall outlet and make sure it has the enough power to match thePower Consumption of this appliance, otherwise you could overload the wall outlet, which could cause fire. 8.   Internal / External Voltage Selectors    Internal of external voltage selector switches, if any, shouldonly be reset and re-equipped with a proper plug for alternative voltage by a qualified service technician .Do not attempt to alter this yourself. 9.   Object & Liquid Entry  Take care to avoid any objects falling into or liquids are not spilled in to theinside of the appliance. 10.   Cleaning    Unplug the appliance first and clean only with a dry cloth. 11.   Non-use Period  The power cord of the appliance should be unplugged from the outlet when leftunused for long periods of time. 12.   Unpacking & Setup    Please check your appliance for any damage after unpacking(before connecting)and contact your dealer in case of any related complains. Take care of choosing your installation place andthe correct AC connection. If built in to a case, be aware that the depth and the weight of some kindappliance(such as Amplifier) does require an additional fixing on the backside or the use of rack shelf supports. Never mount the amplifier in a rack just by fixing it on the front plate – Manufacturer takes noresponsibility in this case. 13. Damage Requiring Service    Servicing is required when the appliance has been damaged in any way,such as power cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen in the appliance, theappliance has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. Refer allservicing to qualified service personnel or contact your dealer. Do not attempt to repair by yourself.  FUNCTIONS:    Time delay to start ●   Short circuit protection    DC protection    Thermal cut off     Large capacitors provide storage of bass    High effective cooling equipment  3 PRECAUTIONS    Do not stand the amplifier vertically on its back.    Always use power source of adequate capacity.    Do not turn on the power of multiple power amplifiers at the same time. Never allow theventilation holes on the body of the amplifier to get obstructed in any way.    Input level adjust controls are provided for each channel.    Output can use binding posts, banana posts or 1/4 jacket.    To clean the amplifier, wipe it with a dry cloth. If the case is very dirty, disconnect the ACcord from the power source, then wipe it witch a cloth dampened in water or mild soap water, then wipe tilldry thoroughly. Never use solvents or chemical cloth, similarly, never spray insecticides as they may causediscoloration or peeling.    If any trouble is found, disconnect the power cord and contact your dealer. MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONSFRONT PANEL:1. POWER ON/OFF SWITCH: When turning on the amplifier, the power on/off transient protection starts working. After 3-4seconds, you can hear a voice kniak . And 1-2 seconds later, you can hear a voice of kniak once the amplifier has been connected with the speakers. 2. CHA INPUT LEVEL CONTROL Adjust this control to get the voice you need, when you're far away from the speakers, you canadjust it with the calibrated markings on the front panel indicating the amount of attenuationapplied to the input signal. This allows proper volume setting applied to the input signal. Alsoallows proper volume setting of the speakers when the input signal source is at its rated level.Use this control when running the amplifier in bridge or parallel mode only. 3. CHB INPUT LEVEL CONTROL As the same as CHA. 4.5 LEVEL INDICATOR LAMP (RED). The LEDS will be on in the two situations: ã   When the output signal has reached its clipping level, the LED lights; possibly resulting indistortion, should this occur, adjust the input control so that the clip LED turns off.
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