I'm so glad I was able to find a site to download my missing manuals. Very reasonable prices and they kept me informed about the process and I had my manual within less than a day. The only thing I wish was an option is a 100% English version with no spanish or anything. But overall great site.
The manual is complete with excellent quality! One suggestion, show number of pages and weather it is multi-lingual. The AD 600 Manuel is about 76 pages and over half is non English. This results in a larger print job than usually needed. Having this information, one could select the desired pages for printing.
This is an excellent handbook. We had no information on the appliance until we obtained this and are now able to use the appliance to its full potential. Strongly recommended.
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1. Remove the ending part of the vinyl covering from the cut. 2. Twist the wires.
â¢ Connect the LEFT speaker terminals of the amplifier to the LEFT terminals of the speaker and RIGHT to RIGHT using the attached speaker cords as shown in the figure making sure polarity is correct; (+) to (+) and (â) to (â). Connect the black speaker wire to the (â) terminal. â¢ Turn off power to the whole system before connecting the speakers to the amplifier. â¢ The nominal impedance of the SP-MXS6MD is 6 â¦. Select for use an amplifier to which a speaker system with the load impedance of 6 â¦ can be connected. â¢ The maximum power handling capacity of the SP-MXS6MD is 50 W. Excessive input will result in abnormal noise and possible damage. In cases where the signals described below are applied to the speakers, even if the signals are below the maximum allowable input, they may cause an overload and burn the wiring of the speakers. Be sure to lower the amplifier volume beforehand. 1) Noise during FM tuning. 2) High level signals containing high frequency components produced by a tape deck in the fast forward mode. 3) Click noise produced when turning power of other components on and off. 4) Click noise produced when connecting or disconnecting cords with the power on. 5) Click noise produced when the cartridge is replaced with the power on. 6) Click noise produced when operating amplifier switches. 7) Continuous high frequency oscillation or high pitch electronically produced musical instrument sound. 8) Howling when using a microphones.