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SET UP SETTING
FL DISPLAY DIMMER
SMART SURROUND S.SETUP BASS
FRONT L CENTER FRONT R SURR. L S.WFR SURR. R LEVEL
To use the buttons under the cover, slide down the cover.
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Connecting the FM and AM antennas
7 AM loop antenna
Setting up supplied AM loop antenna
Do not connect the power cord until all other connections have been made.
If reception is poor
Center unit AM loop antenna
Outdoor single vinyl-covered wire antenna (not supplied)
If the antenna cord is covered with the insulation coat, twist and pull the insulation coat off and remove.
7 FM antenna
Center unit FM antenna (supplied)
Connecting AM loop antenna
Extend the supplied FM antenna horizontally.
Center unit Outdoor FM antenna (not supplied)
Standard type (75 C coaxial) connector Antenna cord Outdoor FM antenna cord (not supplied)
We recommend that you use coaxial cable for the FM antenna as it is well-shielded against interference.
Turn the loop antenna until you have the best reception during AM broadcast program reception. NOTE
Make sure the antenna conductors do not touch any other terminals, connecting cords and power cords. This could cause poor reception.
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Connecting the satellite (front, center, surround) speakers
7 The front speakers TH-C9
For the surround speakers of TH-C9, see The surround speakers TH-C9. (A pg. 10)
Front speaker (x2)
Base plate (x2)
Before assembling Prepare a Phillips screwdriver (not supplied). Take care not to drop any component part while assembling; otherwise, it may cause damage to the floor or injury.
Speaker (rear side) Top of base plate
Screw M4 x 35 mm (supplied)
NEVER insert your finger in between the speaker and the base plate, as it may get hurt.
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7 The front and surround speakers TH-C6
The following procedure explains the front speaker assembly. The assembly of both the front and surround speakers are done in the same manner.
White Speaker Black Front speaker (2) Surround speaker (2) Stand (4) Stand Screw M5 x 25 mm (supplied)
When installing the front and surround speakers on the wall; Attach the supplied bottom cover on the bottom of each speakers as illustrated.
Bottom cover Black Black
Be sure to have them installed on the wall by a qualified personnel. DO NOT install the satellite speakers on the wall by yourself to avoid unexpected damage from their falling off the wall due to incorrect installation or weakness in wall structure. Care must be taken in selecting a location for speaker installation on a wall. Injury to personnel or damage to equipment may result if the speakers installed interfere with daily activities. If attaching the stand to the speaker, remove the bottom cover by inserting a flat-pointed tool into the hole of the bottom cover.
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7 The surround speakers TH-C9
7 The center speaker
The following procedure explains SP-THC6C assembly. The assembly of other center speakers is done in the same manner.
Surround speaker (2)
Center speaker (1)
Black Black Black
For TH-C3, the front, surround and center speakers are equipped with their speaker cords attached directly to their speaker unit instead of having speaker terminals on their cabinet.
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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)
Connect the black cords to the black (r) terminals. 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
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. DO NOT connect more than one speaker to one speaker terminal.
Precautions for daily use When moving the speakers, do not pull the speaker cords; otherwise, the speakers may fall over, causing damage or injury. Do not reproduce sounds at so high a volume that they are distorted; otherwise, the speakers may be damaged by internal heat buildup. When holding a speaker, always grasp the lower portion. 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.
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This page is except for TH-C9.
Note that the illustration below is for SP-PWC6. Before connecting the speaker cords; Twist and pull the insulation coat off and remove.
Powered subwoofer TH-C6: SP-PWC6 TH-C3: SP-PWC3
Front speakers TH-C6: SP-THC6F TH-C3: SP-THC3F
Center speaker TH-C6: SP-THC6C TH-C3: SP-THC3C
Surround speakers TH-C6: SP-THC6S TH-C3: SP-THC3S
Precautions for daily use When moving the speakers, do not pull the speaker cords; otherwise, the speakers may fall over, causing damage or injury. Do not reproduce sounds at so high a volume that they are distorted; otherwise, the speakers may be damaged by internal heat buildup. (For TH-C6) When holding a speaker, always grasp the lower portion. 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.
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Center speaker Front left speaker Front right speaker Powered subwoofer
Connecting a TV
You can get better picture quality in the order Component video > S-video > Composite video. Distortion of picture may occur when connecting to the TV via a VCR, or to a TV with a built-in VCR. You need to set MONITOR TYPE in the PICTURE menu correctly according to the aspect ratio of your TV. (A pg. 39)
7 To connect a TV equipped with the component video input jacks
Center unit TV
To component video input Surround left speaker Surround right speaker Component video cord (not supplied)
Place the satellite speakers on a flat and level surface. The front and center speakers are magnetically shielded to avoid color distortions on TVs. However, if not installed properly, they may cause color distortions. So, pay attention to the following when installing the speakers. When placing the speakers near a TV set, turn off the TVs main power switch or unplug it before installing the speakers. Then wait at least 30 minutes before turning on the TVs main power switch again. Some TVs may still be affected even though you have followed the above. If this happens, move the speakers away from the TV.
Adjusting the volume [VOLUME]
Always set the volume to minimum level before starting any source. If the volume is set at its high level, the sudden blast of sound could permanently damage your hearing and/or blow out the speakers.
Turning off the sound temporarily [MUTING]
To restore the sound Perform one on the following: Press MUTING again. Press AUDIO VOL +/ (or turn VOLUME on the center unit).
Press AUDIO VOL +/.
Adjusting the brightness of the indications [DIMMER]
Each time you press the button, the brightness level changes.
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Sleep Timer [SLEEP]
The system turns off automatically when the specified period of time has passed.
Changing the scan mode
The system can be accommodated to your TVs scan mode. NOTE
To use the system in PROGRESSIVE mode, it is required that the center unit is connected to the TV by using a component video cord (not supplied). (A pg. 13)
Each time you press the button, the shut-off time changes. Example:
7 While DVD is selected as the source and stopped
S L E E P
To check the remaining time Press SLEEP once. To change the remaining time Press SLEEP repeatedly.
1 Press and hold SCAN MODE for
NTSC, PAL or NTSC PRG, PAL PRG appears on the display window.
2 Press Cursor 3/2 to select the desired
NTSC: Select when your TV supports the NTSC interlaced video input only. NTSC PRG: Select when your TV equipped with component jacks supports the NTSC progressive video input. PAL: Select when your TV supports the PAL interlaced video input only. PAL PRG: Select when your TV equipped with component jacks supports the PAL progressive video input. You can get better picture quality in NTSC PRG, PAL PRG mode than in NTSC, PAL mode.
To cancel Press SLEEP repeatedly until SLEEP appears. Turning off the power also cancels the Sleep Timer.
Adjusting the output level of the subwoofer and speakers
Press each speaker button you want to adjust the output level and then LEVEL +/.
FRONT L: FRONT R: SURR. L: SURR. R: CENTER: S.WFR: Front Left speaker Front Right speaker Surround Left speaker Surround Right speaker Center speaker Subwoofer
appears on the TV screen, then press SMART S. SETUP.
The system detects your clapping sound through the satellite speakers, then automatically makes the best settings for each speaker. COMPLETED ! appears on the TV screen when Smart Surround Setup completes.
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DVD The icon such as VIDEO shows the disc formats or file types the operation is available for.
IMPORTANT Before using the remote control for the following operation; 1 Set the remote control mode selector to AUDIO. 2 Press DVD.
The buttons described below are used on pages 21 to 25.
1 Press the desired DISC (1-5)
0 on the center unit.
The system turns on and the disc tray comes out.
DVD DVD VIDEO AUDIO
2 Place a disc.
Label side up When placing an 8 cm disc
DISC DISC 1
3 Press DISC (1-5).
Remote control mode selector
For MP3/WMA files The file control display (A pg. 30) appears on the TV screen. For JPEG files Each file (still pictures) is shown on the TV screen for about 3 seconds (slide-show). When stopping playback, the file control display (A pg. 30) appears on the TV screen.
For DVD VR disc Pressing TOP MENU/PG or MENU/PL shows the control display on the TV screen. (A pg. 25)
7 To pause playback
To return to playback, press 3 (play button).
7 To stop
7 On-screen guide icons
During DVD VIDEO playback, the following guide icons may appear for a while on the TV screen; : appears at the beginning of a scene containing multisubtitle languages. : appears at the beginning of a scene containing multi-audio languages. : appears at the beginning of a scene containing multi-angle views. (Play), (Pause), / (Fast forward/ fast-reverse), / (Slow-motion forward/ reverse): appears when you perform each operation. : the disc cannot accept an operation you have tried to do.
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Up to 5 discs can be loaded. You can also start playback by pressing 3 (play button) or DVD. The system plays back available discs sequentially until you stop playback or until the disc loaded on the DISC 5 tray reaches to the end. However, when DVD VIDEO or DVD AUDIO is loaded in the system, playback of the disc next to the DVD VIDEO or DVD AUDIO will not start. (For JPEG) The system cannot accept operations even though you press any buttons before the entire picture appears on the TV screen. If you do not want the on-screen guide icons to appear, see page 40.
See page 21 for button locations.
MP3/WMA file Example: When an MP3 is played back
Track number Signal and speaker indicators
1 2: 3 4
Elapsed playing time (minute:second) (during playback only)
7 Playback information on the display window
DVD VIDEO Example: When a DVD VIDEO encoded with Dolby Digital 5.1ch is played
Chapter number Elapsed playing time (hour:minute:second)
Pressing FL DISPLAY
1 : 2 3: 3 1
WMA indicator lights for WMA disc.
Signal and speaker indicators (A pg. 27) Surround mode and digital signal format (A pg. 27)
J P E G
Group number File number
Signal and speaker indicators
P L PCM
1: : 4 5
Elapsed playing time (hour:minute:second)
VCD/SVCD/CD Example: When a CD is played back
3: 3 1
Elapsed playing time (minute:second)
When a VCD or SVCD with PBC function is played, the elapsed playing time does not appear, but PBC appears.
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DVD VR disc Example: During playback on the Original program*
Title number Elapsed playing time (hour:minute:second)
One touch replay
You can move back the playback position by 10 seconds from the current position. 7 During playback On the remote control:
DVD VIDEO DVD
0: 2 0: 3 6
PG (Original program) indicator
This function works in the same title. This function is not available during the repeat playback. This feature may not work for some discs.
Title number Chapter number
7 During playback On the remote control:
DVD DVD VIDEO AUDIO DVD
Example: During playback on the Playlist*
Press y or 1.
Each time you press the button, the search speed changes. To return to normal speed playback Press 3 (play button).
0: 5 0: 3 0
PL (Playlist) indicator
Playlist number Chapter number
Press and hold x or 4.
Continuously pressing x or 4 increases the fast-forward/ reverse search speed. NOTE
The operation with x or 4 above is available for a disc other than MP3 and WMA. When a DVD VIDEO, DVD VR, VCD and SVCD is played back, no sound comes out during fast-forward/reverse search. When a DVD AUDIO or CD is played back, sound is intermittent and low during fast-forward/reverse search. This feature may not work for some discs.
* Pressing TOP MENU/PG or MENU/PL, you can change the play mode (A pg. 25) NOTE
7 Using number buttons on the remote control
7 For DVD VIDEO/DVD VR (title, chapter): While stopped, the title number is selected. During playback, the chapter number is selected. For DVD AUDIO (track): During playback or while stopped For VCD/SVCD (track): During playback without PBC function For CD/MP3/WMA/JPEG (track/file): During playback or while stopped
1 Select the bonus group.
Press number buttons (0-10, +10) to select the desired number.
For details on using the number buttons, see How to use the number buttons below.
For selecting the group, see Locating a desired title/group using number buttons described above. The key number entry indication appears. On the TV
How to use the number buttons
To select 3: To select 14: To select 24: To select 40: Press 3. Press +10, then 4. Press +10 twice, then 4. Press +10 three times, then 10. Or press +10 four times, then 0.
On the display window
_ _ _ _
2 Press number buttons (0-9) to enter the
key number, then press ENTER.
When you enter the correct key number, playback starts and the BONUS indicator goes off. If you enter the wrong number, reenter the correct number. To clear the key number entry Perform whichever one of the following: Open the disc tray. Turn off the system. NOTE
In Random Playback, tracks in the bonus group are not played back.
Locating a desired title/ group using number buttons
7 During playback or while stopped
1 Press TITLE/GROUP.
_ _ or _ is shown in the title/group display area in the display window. Example: During DVD VIDEO playback
1: 2 3: 4 5
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Selecting the desired title/playlist from the control display
7 During playback or while stopped.
1 Press TOP MENU/PG or MENU/PL.
The control display is shown on the TV screen, and the system starts playback of the first title/playlist. The PLAY LIST is shown only when the playlist is on the DVD VR disc. TOP MENU/PG: shows the ORIGINAL PROGRAM. Example:
*1: Title number *2: Recording date *3: Recording source (TV station, the input terminal of the recording equipment etc.) *4: Start time of recording *5: Title of the original program/playlist (The title may not be displayed depending on the recording equipment.) *6: Current title MENU/PL: shows the PLAY LIST. Example:
*7: Playlist number *8: Creating date of playlists *9: Number of chapters *10: Total playing time *11: Current playlist
2 Press Y/5 to select the desired title/
The system starts playback of the selected title/playlist. To clear the control display Press ENTER.
About the play mode on a DVD VR disc
Original program (ORIGINAL PROGRAM): The system can play back the original picture in the recorded order. Playlist (PLAY LIST): The system can play back the playlist edited by the recording equipment.
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Using the surround mode
7 Auto Surround (AUTO SUR)
Used to reproduce the sound as it is recorded without any conversion (downmixing or simulation, etc.). For example, a multichannel source is automatically reproduced in multichannel audio.
IMPORTANT Before using the remote control for the following operation; Set the remote control mode selector to AUDIO. There are exceptions in the operation mentioned above. In such a case, follow each instruction.
The buttons described below are used on pages 26 to 37.
7 Dolby Surround
Dolby Pro Logic II*1 Dolby Pro Logic II has a newly developed multichannel playback format to decode all 2 channel sources stereo source and Dolby Surround encoded source into a 5.1 channel. Dolby Pro Logic II has two modes Movie mode and Music mode:
Pro Logic II Movie (MOVIE)
Suitable for reproduction of Dolby Surround encoded sources bearing the mark.
Pro Logic II Music (MUSIC)
Suitable for reproduction of any 2 channel stereo music sources. Dolby Digital*1 Used to reproduce multichannel soundtracks of the software encoded with Dolby Digital ( ).
7 DTS Digital Surround*2
Used to reproduce multichannel soundtracks of the software encoded with DTS Digital Surround ( ). DTS Digital Surround (DTS) is another discrete multichannel digital audio format available on CD and DVD software.
Available Surround modes for each input signal The B marks show available surround modes.
Dolby D (Multichannel) Dolby D (2 channel) DTS Digital Surround (Multichannel) DTS Digital Surround (2 channel) Analog (VCR) or Linear/Packed PCM (2 channel) Surround off Auto Surround Dolby Surround DOLBY D DTS Digital Surround DTS Linear PCM LPCM Packed PCM PPCM DSP ALL ST*3
SURR OFF AUTO SUR MOVIE*3 MUSIC*3
B B B
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, MLP Lossless, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. *2 DTS and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. *3 You can select these modes by pressing SURROUND. (A pg. 27)
Linear/Packed PCM (Multichannel)
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7 All Channel Stereo (DSP)
All Channel Stereo (ALL ST) mode can reproduce a larger stereo sound field using all the connected (and activated) speakers. All Channel Stereo can be used while reproducing 2 channel stereo source.
Normal stereo sound All Channel Stereo
See page 26 for button locations.
7 When playing back digital multichannel software (except during SURR OFF mode)
The appropriate multichannel surround mode (Dolby D, DTS Digital Surround or Linear/Packed PCM) is automatically selected.
7 When playing back 2 channel source
You can select either mode of Dolby Pro Logic II (MOVIE/ MUSIC) or the DSP (ALL ST) mode.
Press SURROUND repeatedly to select the desired mode.
7 Indicators on the display window
Digital signal format indicators PPCM, SURR: Lights when DVD AUDIO packed PCM signals comes in. LPCM, SURR: Lights when Linear PCM signal comes in. GD, SURR: Lights when Dolby D signals come in. C, SURR: Lights when DTS Digital (Surround) signals come in. No indication: No digital signal indicator lights when analog signals come in. Dolby Surround/DSP mode indicators GPLII, SURR: Lights when Dolby Pro Logic II mode is activated. SURR: Lights when All Channel Stereo mode is activated. Source signal indicators, etc. Light to indicate the incoming signals. a: Lights when the left channel signal comes in. b: Lights when the center channel signal comes in. c: Lights when the right channel signal comes in. d: Lights when the LFE channel signal comes in. g: Lights when the surround left channel signal comes in. i: Lights when the surround right channel signal comes in. h: Lights when the monaural surround channel signal or 2 channel Dolby Surround signal comes in. SW : Always lights. The channel with shows that the corresponding speakers are reproducing the channels sound. If the channels sound decoded into 5.1 channel is reproduced, only lights. The surround mode is turned on and the current surround mode appears on the display window. Each time you press the button, the surround mode changes. For details on each mode, see page 26. To turn off the surround mode
Press SURROUND repeatedly until SURR OFF appears on the display window.
Storing adjustments auto memory When you turn the power off, the system memorizes the current surround mode. The memorized mode is automatically recalled when you turn the power on. NOTE
1 Press ON SCREEN twice.
DVD VR disc
The on-screen bar appears on the TV screen.
2 Press Cursor 3/2 to highlight. 3 Press ENTER repeatedly to select the
PG 1 CHAP 3 TOTAL 0 : 00 : 34
Example: When elapsed playing time of disc is selected.
Shows disc type. Shows audio information. Shows disc number. Shows current title (for DVD VIDEO), group (for DVD AUDIO) number or play mode (for DVD VR). E Shows current chapter number (for DVD VIDEO and DVD VR) or track number (for other type of discs). F Shows time information. See Changing the time information. A B C D
7 VCD/SVCD/CD TIME: Elapsed playing time of current track REM: Remaining time of current track TOTAL: Elapsed time of disc T. REM: Remaining time of disc 7 DVD VIDEO/DVD AUDIO/DVD VR TIME: Elapsed playing time of current chapter/track REM: Remaining time of current chapter/track TOTAL: Elapsed time of Title/Group/Program T. REM: Remaining time of Title/Group/Program
4 Press ON SCREEN.
The on-screen bar disappears. NOTE
When playing back DVD VR, TIME and REM cannot be shown.
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Playing from a specified position on a disc
You can start playing a title, chapter or track you specify. You can also play a disc from specified time.
2 Press number buttons (1-10, +10) to
select the number of the desired item.
For details on using the number buttons, see How to use the number buttons (A pg. 24). To return to the menu Press RETURN. When NEXT or PREVIOUS is shown on the TV screen: To go to the next page, press x. To return to the previous page, press 4.
Locating a desired scene from the DVD menu
DVD VIDEOs generally have their own menus which show disc contents and you can display them on the TV screen. You can locate a desired scene by using these menus. 7 Whenever a DVD VIDEO is loaded
If you want to play a PBC-compatible VCD/SVCD without using the PBC function, perform any of the following: Start playback by pressing number buttons while stopped. Press x repeatedly until the desired track number is displayed, then start playback by pressing 3 (play button). The track number appears on the display window instead of PBC. To activate the PBC function when playing a PBC-compatible VCD/ SVCD without using the PBC function, perform any of the following: Press TOP MENU/PG or MENU/PL. Press 7 twice to stop playback, then press 3 (play button).
Selecting browsable still picture recorded on DVD AUDIO
Most DVD AUDIOs include browsable still pictures DVD (B.S.P.), which usually appear by turns automatically AUDIO during playback according to the playback sequence. You can change the picture (turn the page) manually when the current group/track has selectable pictures (pages). 7 During playback and while the B.S.P. indicator lights up on the display window When using the PAGE button:
The number of the magnification steps varies depending on the disc type. During slide-show playback of JPEG, zooming in is not available. In such a case, press 8 to pause slide-show playback, then zoom in. During DVD AUDIO playback, this feature is available only for the video part. During playback, there may be a case where Cursor (3/2/Y/5) does not work in step 2 above.
Changing the VFP setting
The VFP (Video Fine Processor) function enables you to adjust the picture character according to the type of programming, picture tone or personal preference. 7 During playback
Press PAGE repeatedly to select a desired still picture.
1 Press VFP.
The current VFP settings appear on the TV screen. Example:
4 Press Cursor 5/Y to select the desired
The on-screen bar disappears.
2 Press Cursor 3/2 repeatedly to select
the VFP mode.
NORMAL: Normally select this. CINEMA: Suitable for movies. When you select NORMAL or CINEMA, press VFP to complete the setting. USER 1 and USER 2: You can adjust parameters that affect picture appearance.
7 During playback or while paused
1 Press ZOOM.
Only when selecting USER 1 or USER 2 in step 2, proceed to perform the following operation;
Each time you press ZOOM, scene magnification changes.
3 Press Cursor Y/5 repeatedly to select
a parameter you want to adjust.
Adjust gradually and confirm picture appearance results are as preferred. GAMMA: Controls brightness of neutral tints while maintaining brightness of dark and bright portions. BRIGHTNESS: Controls screen brightness. CONTRAST: Controls screen contrast. SATURATION: Controls screen color depth. TINT: Controls screen tint. SHARPNESS: Controls screen sharpness.
2 While zoomed in, press Cursor 3/2/Y/
5 to move zoom-in area.
To return to normal playback Press ZOOM repeatedly to select ZOOM OFF.
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4 Press ENTER.
2 Follow the instructions that appear on
the TV screen to program the desired chapters/tracks.
For details on using the number buttons, see How to use the number buttons (A pg. 24). The contents numbers that you have to specify for programming varies depending on the disc type:
5 Press Cursor Y/5 to change the
6 Press ENTER.
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7 Satellite Speakers SP-XTHC9
Front speakers (SP-THC9F) Speaker unit: Woofer: 10.0 cm M 2 Midrange: 10.0 cm M 2 Tweeter: 4 cm Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shielded Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 60 Hz to 20 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 270 mm M 1 085.5 mm M 310 mm Mass: 8.8 kg each Center speaker (SP-THC9C) Speaker unit: Woofer: 10.0 cm M 2 Tweeter: 4 cm Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shielded Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 65 Hz to 20 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 380 mm M 141 mm M 168 mm Mass: 3.4 kg Surround speakers (SP-THC9S) Speaker unit: 8.0 cm Bass-reflex Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 80 Hz to 20 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 111.5 mm M 148 mm M 106.5 mm Mass: 0.44 kg each
7 Satellite Speakers SP-XTHC3
Front speakers (SP-THC3F) Speaker unit: 8.0 cm 1.5 cm Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shielded Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 80 Hz to 20 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 104.5 mm M 139 mm M 101 mm Mass: 0.56 kg each Center speaker (SP-THC3C) Speaker unit: 8.0 cm 1.5 cm Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shielded Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 80 Hz to 20 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 137 mm M 105 mm M 104.5 mm Mass: 0.57 kg Surround speakers (SP-THC3S) Speaker unit: 8.0 cm Bass-reflex Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 80 Hz to 20 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 111.5 mm M 148 mm M 106.5 mm Mass: 0.56 kg each Designs & specifications are subject to change without notice.
7 Satellite Speakers SP-XTHC6
Front speakers (SP-THC6F) Speaker unit: 5.5 cm M 2 1.5 cm Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shielded Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 90 Hz to 20 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 250 mm M mm M 250 mm Mass: 2.6 kg each Center speaker (SP-THC6C) Speaker unit: 5.5 cm M 2 1.5 cm Bass-reflex, Magnetically Shielded Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 90 Hz to 20 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 320 mm M 75 mm M 92 mm Mass: 0.9 kg Surround speakers (SP-THC6S) Speaker unit: 5.5 cm M 2 1.5 cm Bass-reflex Power Handling Capacity: 140 W Impedance: 4C Frequency Range: 90 Hz to 20 kHz Dimensions (W M H M D): 250 mm M mm M 250 mm Mass: 2.6 kg each
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Mains (AC) Line Instruction (not applicable for Australia) SP-PWC9 SP-PWC6/SP-PWC3
CAUTION for mains (AC) line BEFORE PLUGGING IN, do check that your mains (AC) line voltage corresponds with the position of the voltage selector switch provided on the outside of this equipment and, if different, reset the voltage selector switch, to prevent from a damage or risk of fire/electric shock. For SP-PWC9 For SP-PWC6/ SP-PWC3
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