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SW-305 [EN]
Installation
The Subwoofer is a virtually omnidirectional speaker, so it can be installed in almost any location. For example, the Subwoofer can be installed next to
the component system (consisting of an amplifier, tuner, cassette deck, etc.), or in a corner of the room, etc. The Subwoofer’s deep-bass reproduction
characteristics are richest when the Subwoofer is installed in a corner or near a wall. Since the low-bass component in music is usually monaural, only
one Subwoofer is necessary to obtain a sufficient stereo effect when used in combination with a stereo music system.
Howling
If the Subwoofer is installed near an analog record turntable, a
howling sound may be generated. If this occurs, place the Subwoofer
farther away from the turntable or reduce the Subwoofer volume (By
rotating the VOLUME CONTROL counterclock-wise). The howling
phenomenon may also occur due to cross interference with a cas-
sette deck, compact disc player, or Laserdisc player, although this is
very rare. If sound or picture seems to be distorted due to this reason,
place the Subwoofer farther away from other components or reduce
its volume.
Operation near a TV
If the Subwoofer is installed too close to a TV, color irregularities may
be observed on the TV screen. If such irregularities occur, switch the
power of the TV to OFF and then switch it ON again after waiting for
a period of 15 to 30 minutes. The influence of the Subwoofer on the
TV picture may be improved by self-demagnetization of the TV set. If
the color irregularities still persist, move the
Subwoofer farther away
from the TV.
Near the wall
Far from the wall
Speaker installation position, viewed from above
Near the corner
Wall
Wall
Wall
Frequency
Near the corner
Near the wall
Far from the wall
Sound Pressure Level
CAUTION
Be sure to adhere followings. Or proper ventilation will
be blocked causing damage or fire hazard.
÷
Do not place any objects impairing heat radiation onto
the top of unit.
÷
Leave a space around the unit (from the largest out-
side dimension including projection) equal or greater
than, shown below.
Top panel
: 50 cm
Side panel
: 10 cm
Back panel
: 10 cm
CAUTION
Be sure to adhere followings. Or proper ventilation will
be blocked causing damage or fire hazard.
÷
Do not place any objects impairing heat radiation onto
the top of unit.
Except for U.S.A. and Canada
For U.S.A. and Canada
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