Genuine Toshiba owner's manual. Couldn't really ask for more. And written in understandable English in contrast to a few recent experiences I have had with manuals for other equipment other than Toshiba but made in China and written in "Chinglish"!
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manual de usuario perfecto y completo de buena calidad de impresion y muy detallado ideal !
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Do not connect the power cord until all other connections have been made.
This page is for TH-C9
Before connecting the speaker cords; Twist and pull the insulation coat off and remove.
Powered subwoofer TH-C9: SP-PWC9
Speaker cord (supplied)
â¢ Connect the black cords to the black (r) terminals. â¢ Connect the white cords to the (q) terminals referring to the table below:
FRONT SPEAKERS (LEFT) FRONT SPEAKERS (RIGHT) CENTER SPEAKER SURROUND SPEAKERS (LEFT) SURROUND SPEAKERS (RIGHT) White Red Green Blue Gray
Front speakers TH-C9: SP-THC9F
Surround speakers TH-C9: SP-THC9S
4m Center speaker TH-C9: SP-THC9C
â¢ When you connect speakers other than the supplied ones, use speakers of the same speaker impedance (SPEAKER IMPEDANCE) indicated near the speaker terminals on the rear of the powered subwoofer. â¢ DO NOT connect more than one speaker to one speaker terminal.
Precautions for daily use â¢ When moving the speakers, do not pull the speaker cords; otherwise, the speakers may fall over, causing damage or injury. â¢ Do not reproduce sounds at so high a volume that they are distorted; otherwise, the speakers may be damaged by internal heat buildup. â¢ When holding a speaker, always grasp the lower portion. â¢ Do not lean against the speakers, as the speakers could fall down or break, possibly causing an injury. Especially be careful that children do not lean against them.