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ntc 11:15am on Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 
Avoid this one Full featured, and works well...for a couple months. The connection adapter is cheap cheap cheap. Does not work with my Touch, and just crappy all around This device is really hard to figure out. I plug in my 2nd generation iPod Touch. This does NOT charge your ipod nano while playing! Sound quality is great, but this does NOT charge your ipod nano while playing!!
bltpyro 11:32pm on Monday, July 5th, 2010 
I get about an 80% failer rate with these discs. I ended up just throwing the spindle away. These are pretty good...copatible with the newer drives. But it was no go when i popped a couple of these in my old Sony DRU-510A (firmware 1.1a).
lilyuk 12:32am on Wednesday, April 7th, 2010 
Best thing I ever bought!! not bad item was delivered quickly, but the little wire broke. called up the guy and he just sent another one.

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CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not remove covers. Dangerous voltages exist inside. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel only.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

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HIGH SOUND PRESSURE LEVELS
Exposure to extremely high noise levels may cause permanent hearing loss. Individuals vary considerably in susceptibility to noise-induced hearing loss but nearly everyone will lose some hearing if exposed to sufficiently intense noise for a sufficient period of time. The U.S. Governments Occupational and Health Administration (OSHA) has specified the following permissible noise level exposures: Sound Duration Per Day In Hours

1 or less

Sound Level dBA, Slow Response
According to OSHA, any exposure in excess of the above permissible limits could result in some hearing loss. Ear plugs or protectors to the ear canals or over the ears must be worn when operating this amplification system in order to prevent permanent hearing loss, if exposure is in excess of the limits as set forth above. To ensure against potentially dangerous exposure to high sound pressure levels, it is recommended that all persons exposed to equipment capable of producing high sound pressure levels such as this amplification system be protected by hearing protectors while this unit is in operation.
DISPOSAL OF OLD ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that it shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequence for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

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IMPORTANT NX242 must be equipped with NX-Tension Card (NX-ES4) to access PS setups
NXAMP4x1 and NXAMP 4x4 are Powered Digital Controllers, providing full control and amplification for PS Series in multiple configurations. Both devices feature 4 analogue inputs and 4 speaker outputs. When equipped with optional card, 4 digital inputs in EthersoundTM digital audio network format as well as remote control for all units in the network become available.
For a complete description of these controllers, please refer to User Manuals. The NX242 and NXAMP DSP algorithms and parameters are fixed in software and updated regularly: Please consult the NEXO web site (www.nexo.fr) for the latest software releases.
GeoD Passive mode Crossover 80Hz

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PS GENERAL SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS
PS GENERAL SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS Speaker connection
PS Series connected with Speakon NL4FC plugs (not supplied). A wiring diagram is printed on the connection panel located on the back of each cabinet.The 4 pins of the 2 Speakon sockets identified in / out are connected in parallel within the enclosure. Either connector can be used to connect amplifier or to link to an additional PS range cabinet or to link to an optional Sub (if present). Therefore, a single 4-conductor cable can connect two amplifier channels to various PS and/or dedicated Sub Bass.

PS8 PS10R2

Connectors are wired as follows: Speakon Connector 1(-) 1(+) 2(-) 2(+) Not Connected Not Connected PS8/PS10 (-) PS8/PS10 (+)

LS400 LS 600

Connectors are wired as follows: Speakon Connector 1(-) 1(+) 2(-) 2(+) LS400/LS600 (-) LS400/LS600 (+) Not Connected Not Connected

PS15R2

Connectors are wired as follows: Speakon Connector 1(-) 1(+) 2(-) 2(+) Passive Mode Not Connected Not Connected PS15R2 (-) PS15R2 (+) Active Mode PS15R2 LF (-) PS15R2 LF (+) PS15R2 HF (-) PS15R2 HF (+)

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Configuring PS15 for Passive or Active Mode
Remove the six TORX screws that hold the connector panel (figure next page); Remove the connector panel so that filter WAGO connectors become accessible; In Passive Mode, WAGO connector from filter should be inserted in Passive In, and speakers WAGO connectors should be inserted in connector Passive Out. In Active Mode, WAGO Connector from filter should be directly connected into to speakers via speakers WAGO connectors (passive filter is then bypassed).

CONNECTOR PANEL

PASSIVE MODE

ACTIVE MODE

Cabling
NEXO recommends the exclusive use of multi-conductor cables to connect the system: the cable kit is compatible with all the cabinets, and there is no possible confusion between LF, MF and HF sections. Cable choice consists mainly of selecting cables of the correct sectional dimension (size) in relation to the load resistance and the cable length. Too small a cable section will increase both its serial resistance and its capacitance; this reduces the electrical power delivered to the loudspeaker and can also induce response (damping factor) variations. For a serial resistance less or equal to 4% of the load impedance (damping factor = 25), the maximum cable length is given by: Lmax = Z x S S in mm2, Z in Ohm, Lmax in meters The table below indicates these values, for 3 common sizes.

Load Impedance () Cable section 1,5 mm (AWG #14) 2,5 mm (AWG #12) 4 mm (AWG #10) 3 4.5 7.Maximum Length (meters)
IMPORTANT Long speaker cables induce capacitive effects up to hundreds of pF depending on the quality of the cable - with a high-pass effect on high frequencies. If long speaker cables must be used, ensure that they do not remain coiled while in use.

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AMPLIFIER SELECTION FOR USE WITH PS-SERIES
NEXO recommends high power amplifiers in all cases. Budget constraints are the only reason to select lower power amplifiers. A lower power amplifier will not reduce the chances of driver damage due to over-excursion, and may actually increase the risk of thermal damage due to sustained clipping. If an incident occurs on an installation without protection, the fact that amplifiers only generating half their rated output power (-3dB) are used will not change anything in respect of possible damage. This is due to the fact that the RMS power handling of the weakest component in the system is always 6 to 10 dB lower than the amplifier rating.
PS and LS recommended amplification
Nexo recommends amplifiers in agreement with table below:
Recommended Amplifier# LS400 PS8 LS600 PS10R2 PS15R2 Passive Mode PS15R2 Active Mode Channel 1 LF in Active Mode or LF+HF in Passive Mode 300 to 700 W / 6 Ohms 200 to 500 W / 8 Ohms 1000 to 2000 W / 8 Ohms 500 to 1250 W / 8 Ohms 1000 to 2000 W / 8 Ohms 1000 to 2000 W / 8 Ohms 250 to 500 W / 16 Ohms Channel 2 HF in Active Mode

Current rating

It is very important that the amplifier behaves correctly under low load conditions. A speaker system is reactive by nature: on transient signals like music it will require four to ten times more instantaneous current than its nominal impedance would indicate. Amplifiers are generally specified by continuous RMS power into resistive loads, however the only useful information about current capacity is the specification into a 2 Ohm load. It is possible to perform an amplifier listening test by loading the amps with twice the number of cabinets considered for the application (2 speakers per channel instead of one, 4 instead of 2) and running the amps up to the onset of clipping. If the signal does not noticeably deteriorate, the amplifier is well adapted (overheating after approximately ten minutes is normal but thermal protection must not operate too quickly after starting this test).

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General Description
PS10R2 and PS15R2 incorporate connecting plates (one on PS10R2 and one per side on PS15R2) on which a comprehensive range of accessories can be mounted.
Oblong holes for Touring Applications Accessories
Tapped holes for Fixed Installation Accessories
PS10R2 AND PS15R2 CONNECTING PLATES
There are two families of accessories: fixed installation accessories, which are designed to be screwed on the connecting plates; touring accessories, which can be installed or removed with quick connecting systems.
WARNINGS ON PS SERIES ACCESSORIES
WARNING 1T All PS Accessories are specifically rated in agreement with structural computations. Never use other accessories when installing PS Series cabinets cabinets than the ones provided by NEXO: NEXO will decline responsibility over the entire PS Series accessory range if any component is purchased from different supplier. WARNING 2 All PS Series accessories have been designed so that cabinets are installed as single standalone speakers. PS Series assemblies as shown in figure below are UNSAFE and STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

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PS Series in fixed installations
Fixed installation Accessories and kits
U Bracket for PS8 (VNI-UBRK8) U Bracket for PS10R2 (VNI-UBRK10) U Bracket for PS15R2 (VNI-UBRK12) L Bracket for cable suspension for PS10R2 and PS15R2 (VNI-LBRK) Bracket for ceiling suspension for PS10R2 and PS15R2 (VNI-ABRK) Wall suspension system for PS8 and PS10R2 (VNI-WS10) Wall suspension system for PS15R2 (VNI-WS15) Accessories are:
Please refer to section 9.6 of this manual for more information of above references.
IMPORTANT In order to prevent screws from getting loose in fixed installations, use blocking liquid LOCTITETM 243 or equivalent for all screws used with PS Series fixed installation accessories. LOCTITETM 243 is available at NEXO or at your local distributor upon request.

VNI-UBRK8

VNI-UBRK10

VNI-UBRK12

VNI-LBRK

VNI-ABRK

VNI-WS10

VNI-WS15

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PS rigidly mounted on a wall or a ceiling (vertical or horizontal)
1 x VNI-UBRK (8 / 10 / 12) (allows all angles to be implemented) 4 x 12mm diameter screws (not provided)

Required items

IMPORTANT Ensure that the surface wall or ceiling is strong enough to hold PS cabinet weight and that the screws 12mm diameter and corresponding plugs required to fix the U bracket on the wall or under the ceiling are properly dimensioned. Procedure

CABLE SUSPENSION MOUNTING PROCEDURE FOR PS15R2
PS10R2 and PD15R2 wall suspension (vertical or horizontal)

Required item

Vertical Horizontal 1 VNI-WS10 and 1 VNI-UBRK10 for PS10RVNI-WS15 and 1 VNI-UBRK12 for PS15Rx 12mm diameter screws (not provided) 1 VNI-WS10 for PS10RVNI-WS15 for PS15Rx 12mm diameter screws (not provided)
IMPORTANT Ensure that the wall is strong enough to hold PS cabinet weight and that the screws 12mm diameter and corresponding plugs required to fix the VNI-WS on the wall are properly dimensioned.

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Procedure
Vertical 12mm diameter screws (not provided) are required to secure the wall suspension plate on the wal; Remove the 2 rear TORX screws holding connector plates on both sides of PS10R2 or PS15R2; Fill each screw hole with Locktite 243 or equivalent; Connect the suspension plate to the connector plate by using the srews provided with the VNIWS kit; Position the srews in the oblong hole so that required vertical angle is obtained; Secure the screws; Suspend and secure the cabinet to the wall suspension; Adjust horizontal angle.
WALL SUSPENSION PROCEDURE FOR VERTICAL INSTALLATION

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Horizontal Install the U bracket as described in preceding section Connect the U bracket to the connector plate by using the srews provided with the VNI-WS kit; Secure the screws; Suspend and secure the cabinet to the wall suspension; Adjust horizontal angle
WALL SUSPENSION PROCEDURE FOR HORIZONTAL INSTALLATION

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PS Series in touring applications

Touring Accessories

U bracket for horizontal suspension of PS8 (VNT-SSBRK8); Flying Adaptor for PS8 (VNT-ADPT) U bracket for horizontal suspension of PS10R2 (VNT-SSBRK10); U bracket for horizontal suspension of PS15R2 (VNT-SSBRK15); Flying Rail for vertical suspension of PS (VNT-TTC) Lifting Ring for VNT-SSBRKs or VNT-TTC (VNT- -XHBRK) Truss hook for VNT-SSBRK or VNT-TTC (VNT-TCBRK) Accessories are :
Please refer to section 9.5 of this manual for more informations of above references.

VNT-UBRK8 & VNT-ADPT

VNT-UBRK10

VNT-UBRK15

VNT-TTC

VNT--XHBRK

VNT-TCBR

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PS on speaker stand or on RS15 horizontally
1 x Speaker stand diameter 35mm (K&M 213 or equivalent); Or NEXO PS pole stand (STDPS) for mounting on top of SubBass;
IMPORTANT (SPEAKER STAND) - Speaker stand must be rated for PS cabinet weight; - Speaker stand must always be installed on a horizontal surface; - Stand height and footprint must be defined to prevent assembly from collapsing; - Ensure that audience is not allowed within a safety area which radius is equal or higher than assembly height.

R>H

Lift PS on speaker stand or on RS15 with STDPS pole stand; Ensure that all screws are properly tight; Test steadiness of the assembly by pushing in all directions

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PS flown vertically
1 x Flying Bar for PS Series (VNT-TTC) PS8: flying adaptor for PS8 (VNT-ADPT) 1 x Lifting Ring and 1 ball-lock 8x45 (VNT-XHBRK & BL845, included) Or 1 x Truss hook and 1 ball-lock 8x45 (VNT-TCBRK & BL845, included)
IMPORTANT Ensure that truss suspension point is strong enough to hold PS cabinet weight. Procedure
PS8: install the flying adaptor by removing the two screws on the upper panel, and securing the flying adaptor with loctite 243
IMPORTANT In order to prevent screws from getting loose from the PS8, use blocking liquid LOCTITETM 243 or equivalent the two screws securing the PS8 flying adaptor. LOCTITETM 243 is available at NEXO or at your local distributor upon request.
PS8 FLYING ADAPTOR INSTALLATION
All PS series cabinets: Slide flying bar VNT-TTC into PS connecting plate or adaptor oblong holes; Lock safety pin into PS connecting plate;
IMPORTANT Ensure that safety pin is properly locked into PS connecting panel or adaptor.
Cable suspension: Connect lifting ring VNT-XHBRK to flying bar by inserting 8x45 quick release pin in required holes for proper vertical aiming; Ensure lifting ring is properly locked to flying bar; Connect assembly to suspension point with sling and shackle (not provided).

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Truss suspension Connect truss hook VNT-TCBRK to flying bar by inserting 8x45 quick release pin in required holes for proper vertical aiming; Ensure truss hook is properly locked to flying bar; Lift and position assembly, lock hook on truss suspension point and secure with hook cable.
PS SERIES VERTICAL SUSPENSION PROCEDURE

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PS flown horizontally
1 x U Bracket for PS (VNT-SSBRK8/10 or 15) PS8: flying adaptor for PS8 (VNT-ADPT) 1 x Lifting Ring (VNT-XHBRK) Or 1 x Truss hook (VNT-TCBRK)
IMPORTANT Ensure that suspension point is strong enough to hold PS cabinet weight. Procedure
All PS series cabinets: Cable suspension: Connect lifting ring VNT-XHBRK to U bracket by inserting 8x45 quick release pin dedicated holes; Ensure lifting ring is properly locked to U bracket; Connect assembly to suspension point with sling and shackle (not provided). Insert male pole side of bracket into PS cabinet; Fold the opposite bar of the bracket until it is locked at 90 (a click from the locker will ensure proper locking); Rotate the lever into the connecting panel until it is properly secured;

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Truss suspension Connect truss hook VNT-TCBRK to U bracket by inserting 8x45 quick release pin in dedicated holes; Ensure truss hook is properly locked to U bracket; Lift and position assembly, lock hook on truss suspension point and secure with hook cable.

PS SERIES HORIZONTAL SUSPENSION PROCEDURE
Unlocking the u bracket safety locker Lift the metal plate located at the corner of the bracket and unfold the side bar
UNLOCKING U BRACKET SAFETY LOCKER

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Testing and Maintenance of the system
General: PS Series accessories are precision piece of equipment and require regular attention to maintenance in order to give long and reliable service. NEXO recommends regular testing of loudspeaker rigging components, preferably using a suitable test rig coupled with a visual inspection. Fasteners: there are several critical points in the PS cabinets. Of primary concern are: a) The grid screws attaching the grid to the cabinet b) The machine screws attaching the connecting plates to the cabinet. c) The screws attaching the directivity flanges to the front of the cabinet. These fasteners should be regularly checked and tightened as necessary. Cleaning: The exterior of the cabinet and the rigging system can be cleaned with a damp cloth soaked in mild soapy water. On no account use solvent based cleaners , which may damage the finish of the cabinet After cleaning, the PS accessories must be treated with a suitable lubricant to prevent rusting. NEXO recommends the use of Scottoil FS365 which is a water-based lubricant with a mixture of machine oil, surfactant and anti-rust treatment.

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NEXO ANALOGUE PSTD CONTROLLERS
NEXO ANALOGUE PSTD CONTROLLERS Analogue TDcontroller Declaration of conformity
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the safety objectives and essential requirements of European (73/23/EEC and 89/336/EEC directives) and international Standards, by fulfilling the requirements of the following harmonized standards: Electrical Safety (EU) : IEC 60065 (12/2001) Audio, video and similar electronic apparatus Electrical Safety (US) : UL60065 Seventh Edition, dated June 30, 2003 category AZSQ, E241312. Electrical Safety (CAN) : CSA-C22.2 N60065:03 Edition, dated April 2003 category AZSQ7, E241312 Electrical Safety (Rest of the World) : CB test certificate DK-8371 based on IEC60065-2001 7nd ed. with all national deviations. Radiated Emission (EU) : EN55103-1 (1996) Electromagnetic compatibility - Product family standard for audio, video, audio-visual and entertainment lighting control apparatus for professional use. Radiated Emission (US) : FFC part15 class B Radiated Emission (CAN) : This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. RF Immunity (EU) : EN55103-2 (1996) Electromagnetic compatibility - Product family standard for audio, video, audio-visual and entertainment lighting control apparatus for professional use. Note: EMC conformance testing is based on the use of recommended cable types. The use of other cable types may degrade EMC performances.

Audio Equip

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Information about products that generate electrical noise :
NOTE: The United States Federal Communications Commission (in 47 CFR 15.105) has specified that the following notice be brought to the attention of users of this product: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. The user may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal Communications Commission, helpful: How to identify and Resolve Radio/TV Interference Problems. This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4. Use of a shielded cable is required to comply within Class B limits of Part 15 of FCC Rules. Pursuant to Part 15.21 of the FCC Rules, any changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by NEXO S.A. may cause, harmful interference and void the FCC authorization to operate this equipment.
1) Read these instructions. 2) Keep these instructions. 3) Heed all warnings. 4) Follow all instructions. 5) Do not use this apparatus near water. 6) Clean only with dry cloth. 7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. 8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. (US market) 10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

Analogue signals should be connected to the input and output ports of the TDcontroller via shielded twisted pair or starquad cable fitted with XLR connectors on the TDcontroller side. We recommend the use of low transfer impedance cables with a braided shield and a transfer impedance below 10 m/m. For the sense inputs, the noise requirements are not as stringent, and any kind of twisted pair cable will be adequate.

SHIELD

Safety Ground

TDcontroller

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degradation of output noise. We recommend that the sources and loads you use have the same desirable characteristics. It is sometimes claimed that connecting cable shield at both ends creates ground loop, and that the current flowing in such loop will produce noise. This is not the case for most professional audio equipment. In short, there are two kinds of loop in which voltages are present: the loop formed by signal wires, and the looS12 formed by grounded conductors, among which are protective earth conductors (PE) and signal cable shields. When a cable shield is grounded at both ends, a loop is closed, and the resulting current causes a reduction of the voltage induced on signal lines. This effect is what the cable shield is intended to produce, since this is how it protects your signal from magnetic fields. If you are using an asymmetrical (unbalanced) source, it is recommended to use a shielded twisted pair and to connect wire 3 of the cable to the Mixing Desk Amplifier shield at the source output end (see figure). 0V This technique prevents noise currents Low Z ? flowing on the return path of the signal. If + + you are using an amplifier with an ? PE asymmetrical (unbalanced) input, it is best to use a shielded twisted pair, and to connect wire 3 at the TDcontroller end only, as shown in Fig. 2. This keep a good capacitance balance for the signal, however Safety noise currents flow on the return path of the 2 PE 2 Ground signal. (Note that this is only acceptable for a + + short cable). Low Z Low Z If you are using a symmetrical (balanced) TDcontroller source or amplifier which is prone to become IN OUT noisy when a current of less than 100 mA at the mains frequency (50 Hz or 60 Hz) is sourced into pin 1 of its XLR connectors, you might consider opening the ground loop.

SHIELD SHIELD

Low Z ?
Analogue TDcontroller USER GUIDE

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Read before use
The Analogue TDcontroller is designed to be used with its proper set of speaker cabinet. They are not interchangeable. Its main functions are: To optimize the response of the system When operating with the SubBass system (optional), splitting the stereo (2 channel) signal into 2 frequency bands (PS and dedicated SubBass system) Active protection of the cabinets by dynamic audio signal processing (Temperature and Displacement servo control) Reduction of amplifier overload (Peak limiter function) Stereo operation (2 independent channels) for the main system Global switchable output level Adjustable level on the SubBass channel High CMRR input stage and High current drive output Compensation of power compression effects on the system response curve.
Analogue TDcontrollers also feature:
The Analogue TDcontroller is designed to be inserted between the Audio source (console, preamplifier, etc.) and the power amplifier.

Front Panel

Most front panel functions and indicators are located inside 2 distinct windows: left-hand areas relate to functions and indicators dedicated to the optional Sub-bass section, while right-hand window contains indicators concerning servo control operation for the S12 cabinets. For more technical details about servo control operation and internal electronic processing, please refer to section TDcontroller REFERENCE GUIDE. Page 53.
Turning the LS channel Overlap / Crossover
Pushing the CONFIGURE button modifies the high pass filtering. It does not affect the sub output, which will always be a filtered sub signal. (This is therefore not a Sub on/off button). In the Overlap position, PS is exploited to its maximum capability.
This position should be used if the system is being used without a Subbass. It can also be used with the Subbass; In this case, there will be a boost in the crossover area. The Cross over position is generally recommended when using the Subbass.

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Adjusting the Subbass level (Sub Level)
The potentiometer adjusts the level of the Subbass channel, a range of 12 dB allows a variety of configurations and application conditions to be accommodated. Center position of the knob is calibrated for 1 Subbass used with 2 distant S12.
Amplifier & Protection indicator
The bicolor green/red AMP LED indicates signal presence at the sense input of the concerned channel, allowing visual confirmation of the return connection of the Sense cables from the amplifier output. The LED is flashing red, when the Peak limiter is acting, reducing excessive peak voltage or levels capable of overloading the channel amplifier. The yellow VLF LED indicates that displacement protection for the Subbass are engaged on the SubBass channel. The temperature protection is not monitored. On each side of the PS main system window, yellow TEMP and DISP LEDs indicate when protection has been activated (temperature or displacement control) for the LF (the HF drivers temperature protection is not monitored).

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS PS8 LS400

System specifications

PS8 with PS8 TDcontroller
69 Hz - 19 kHz 3dB 62 Hz 20 kHz 96 dB SPL Nominal - 94 dB SPL Wideband 122 to 125dB Peak 50 to 100 Hor. x 55 Vert. Rotatable Horn, 4 positions Q : 10 Nominal 2.5 kHz Passive to 500 W / 8 DI : 10 dB Nominal ( f > 1.8 kHz )
SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS Frequency Response [a] Usable Range @-6dB [a] Sensitivity 1W @ 1m [b] Nominal Peak SPL @ 1m [b] HF Dispersion [c] Directivity : Q & DI [c] Crossover Frequencies Nominal Impedance Recommended Amplifiers SYSTEM OPERATION Electronic Controller
LSub 400 with PS8 TDcontroller
43 Hz - 120 Hz 3dB 40 Hz - 140 Hz 99 dB SPL Nominal 128 to 131 dB Peak 120 Hz Active through PS8TD to 700 W / 4
Dispersion configuration Subbass Speaker Cables
The PS8 TDcontroller is precisely matched to the PS8 & LS400 cabinets and includes sophisticated protection systems. Using PS8 & LS400 without a properly connected PS8TD will result in poor sound quality and can damage the components. PS8 & LS400 can also be used with NXAMP4x1 and NXAMP4x4 Powered TDControllers. After dismounting the front grille from its fixings, the HF Horn can be rotated in 4 positions for dispersion configuration. The PS8 can be used without optional LS400 Subbass. Active two-way operation with the LS400 is included in the PS8TD. One LS400 matches 2 x PS8, additional LS400 may be used for enhanced LF capability. PS8 are wired 2- & 2+ on Speakon connectors, LS400 on 1- & 1+. Loop through Speakons are present on both. Single identical cables can thus be used to loop through combinations of up to 2 x PS8 & 1 x LS400 in no particular order.
PRODUCT FEATURES Components : LF [VLF] HF Height x Width x Depth Weight : Net Connectors Construction Fittings: Front finish Flying Points & Stand fittings Fixed Installation Handles
1 x 8" (20cm) Shielded Neodymium 8 driver 1 x 1" Shielded Neodymium throat driver + Low Distorsion, Constant Directivity Asymetrical Dispersion Horn. 406 x 250 x 219 mm (16"x 9 7/8"x 5 5/8") 7.5 kg (16.5 Lb) 2 x NL4MP SPEAKON 4 pole Baltic Birch Ply finished with structured black coating Molded Dark Grey Metal Grill Threaded inserts are fitted as standard to all cabinet surfaces for connection of mounting accessories Built in Stand Fitting, 35mm (1"3/8)

LSub 400

1 x 12" ( 30cm ) long excursion 6 Ohm driver 338 x 500 x 406 mm (13 1/4x 19 5/8x 16") 19.5 kg (43 Lb) 2 x NL4MP SPEAKON 4 pole Baltic Birch Ply & structured black coating 2 Metal Handles Internal Stand Fitting on Top (35mm, 1"3/8) allows pole mounting ofr 1 PS8.
As part of a policy of continual improvement, NEXO reserves the right to change specifications without notice. [a] Response curves & data : Anechoc Far Field for the PS8 + PS8TD. Half-Space Anechoc radiation for the LS400 + PS8TD. [b] Sensitivity & Peak SPL data : these will depend on spectral distribution and crest factor of program material. Measured with band limited Pink Noise. Nominal refers to Voice Decade (300 Hz - 3 kHz), Wideband to the specified 3dB range. Data are for speaker + processor + recommended amplifier combinations. Peak SPL is at clipping of recommended amplifier. [c] Directivity curves & data : obtained by computer treatment on off axis response curves.

PRODUCT FEATURES Components : LF [VLF] HF Height x Width x Depth Weight : Net Speakon Connectors Construction Fittings: Handles Front finish Flying Points Stand fittings Power Supply Dimensions & Weight
Internal Steel Stand Fitting on Top (35mm, 1"3/8) allows pole mounting for 1 PS15. Earth-Lift (back panel) 2.9 kg (6.6 Lbs) net
As part of a policy of continual improvement, NEXO reserves the right to change specifications without notice. [a] Response curves & data : Anechoic Far Field for the PS15 + PS15TD. Half-Space Anechoic radiation for the RS15 + PS15TD. [b] Sensitivity & Peak SPL data : these will depend on spectral distribution and crest factor of program material. Measured with band limited Pink Noise. Nominal refers to Voice Decade (300 Hz - 3 kHz), Wideband to the specified 3 dB range. Data are for speaker + processor + recommended amplifier combinations. Peak SPL is at clipping of recommended amplifier. Measurements made with PS15s in passive operation mode. [c] Directivity curves & data : obtained by computer treatment on off axis response curves.

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675 mm [26.57"]

434 mm [17.09"]

368 mm [14.49"]

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On-axis response RS15 (grey) & PS15 (black)
Impedance RSchannel - (grey) & PS15 (black)

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PS Analogue TDcontrollers

Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS Output Section Input Section THD+N Noisefloor Dynamic Range Crosstalk Filtering & EQ. Protections Power Supply Conformity +22 /+16/+10 dBm typical into 600 load (+6/0/-6dB back panel switch). Maximum input level : 22dBu. CMRR 80dB @ 1kHz typical. 0.1% @ 1kHz Typ. for +10dBm output PSTD -100 dBv for 0dB switch position (22 Hz - 22 kHz, unweighted) 111 dB unweighted (THD+N at-60dBr sine wave @1kHz relative to maximum output) 104dB L&R: 12dB/oct Low Pass, 12dB/oct High pass (crossover or overlap), 4 Parameter EQs. Factory defined VCA temp. (SUB,LF & LF), VCEQ disp. (SUB & LF), Peak Limiter (all chanels), Power compression regulation 100-250 Volts (continuous operation), 50/60Hz. Power 9W. Peak inrush current 0.5A. Earth-Lift. Comply with safety objective of 73/23/EEC & 89/336/EEC directives. (EN60065-12/2001, EN55103-1996). CB scheme DK-8371, cULus 60065 AZSQ E241312, FCC part15 class B Two XLR-3F connectors (differential non floating L&R audio inputs, 50 k). 6 Pole Removable Strip Terminal (three amplifier sense inputs - Left, Right and Sub - 400 k). Two XLR-3M connectors (balanced non floating L&R audio outputs, 51 Ohm) One XLR-3M connector (balanced non floating Sub audio outputs, 51 Ohm) Gain switch (back panel), 3 positions : -6 / 0 /+6dB. Peak Limiter trimmer for PS & Sub Sub Overlap / Crossover switch & Sub Gain Control (-/+ 6dB). LF speakers Protect Yellow LED's (Temp. & Disp), Power ON (green), Amp Sense & Peak LED's (green/Red) 1U (19") Rack - 165mm (6.5") Depth 2.9 kg (6.6 lbs) net PSTDcontrollers are precisely matched to the PS & dedicated Subbass, and includes sophisticated protection systems. Use of either product without properly connected PSTDController will result in poor sound quality and may damage the components. Active two-way operation of the PS Loudspeakers with dedicated Subbass is included in Analogue PSTDcontrollers.

PRODUCT FEATURES Audio Inputs Sense Inputs Audio Outputs Controls
Indicators Dimensions Weight : SYSTEM OPERATION Applicable Products

SubBass

Front and Rear Panel view

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9.5 PS Touring Applications Accessoies
9.5.1 U Bracket for PS8 (VNT-SSBRK8, includes VN-ADPT)

197 mm [7.75"]

497 mm [19.56"] 54 mm [2.13"]

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U Bracket for PS10R2 (VNT-SSBRK10)

235 mm [9.25"]

610 mm [24.00"] 54 mm [2.12"]

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U Bracket for PS15R2 (VNT-SSBRK15)

312 mm [12.28"]

782 mm [30.78"] 61 mm [2.40"]

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Flying Rail for PS8* / PS10R2 / PS15R2 (VNT-TTC)
* VNT-ADPT required for PS8

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Lifting Ring for U bracket or Flying Rail (VNT-XHBRK, includes BL845)

132 mm [5.20"]

36 mm [1.42"] 58 mm [2.28"]

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Truss hook for U bracket or Flying Rail (VNT-TCBRK)

198 mm [7.8"]

135 mm [5.31"]

47 mm [1.85"]

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Flying Adaptor for PS8 (VNT-ADPT)
(mandatory for use in conjunction with VNT-SSBRK8 or VNT-TTC)
15 mm [0.59"] 166 mm [6.54"] 35 mm [1.38"]

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9.6 PS Fixed Installations Accessories
9.6.1 PS8 U Bracket (VNI-UBRK8) Parts

416 mm [16,38"]

82 mm [3,23"]

154 mm [6,06"]

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PS10R2 U Bracket (VNI-UBRK10)

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PS15R2 U Bracket (VNI-UBRK12)

172 mm [6,77"]

712 mm [28,03"]

400 mm [15,74"]

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L Bracket for cable suspension for PS10R2 and PS15R2 (VNI-LBRK)
WARNING : Screws must be secured using Loctite 243 TM
44 mm [1.73"] 51 mm [2"]

301 mm [11.85"]

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U Bracket for rigid suspension for PS10R2 and PS15R2 (VNI-ABRK)
51 mm [2"] 112 mm [4.40"]

199 mm [7.83"]

 

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