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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Due to the weight of the 1400 Array horn module, it is packed separately from the low-frequency enclosure. It is a very simple procedure to install the module, and the necessary instructions are listed below. The required Allen-tipped screw driver is included in the accessory pack. 1. Carefully remove the horn module from the packaging and place it face down on a soft surface. 2. Locate the cardboard accessory sleeve and remove the hardware. 3. The accessory sleeve should contain: a. 2 Long 1/4" x 20 Allenhead bolts b. 1 Short 1/4" x 20 Allenhead bolt c. 1 Logo plate d. 1 Rubber hole plug e. 4 Metal coasters (to protect wood and tile floors from the spike feet) 4. Carefully unpack the lowfrequency enclosure and place it upright. It would be helpful to position it near its final position in the room since it is much easier to move without the additional weight of the horn module. 5. Notice the two threaded inserts on the angled face of the top and also the small L-bracket on the top. These are the attachment points for the horn module. Immediately adjacent to the Lbracket is a recessed connector which will make the electrical connection for the horn module. 6. Although the module can be installed by one person, it is easier if a second set of hands are available. 7. Cradle the horn module with the opening along your forearm and, using your free hand, connect the plug coming from the bottom of the horn assembly into the jack on the top of the enclosure. 8. You can now place the horn in position on top of the enclosure. The L-bracket fits in an opening under the horn assembly. The module will sit on top of the enclosure by itself, although it should always be steadied until fully mounted. 9. Line up the two mounting holes on the lower lip of the front of the horn with those in the enclosure. Partially install one long bolt and then the other one. It may be necessary to lift the horn slightly so that the bolts install smoothly. Do not force or cross-thread them. 10. Once both bolts have been started, work them in all of the way, but do not tighten them securely just yet. 11. Install the remaining short bolt in the hole at the bottom rear of the horn module. You can fully tighten this bolt. 12. Now completely tighten the two front bolts. 13. Everything should be tight and properly aligned at this time. If not, loosen, realign, and retighten as required. 14. The final steps are to remove the backing from the logo badge and place it in the recess on the lower horn lip, and to use the rubber hole plug to hide the hole at the bottom rear of the horn module. Do not complete these steps until the system has been turned on and tested acoustically. Make sure the horn module is playing first. Once the logo badge and rubber plug hole are installed, it is extremely difficult to remove them.


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