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Owners Manual Manuel de lutilisation Bedienungsanleitung Manuale di Istruzioni Manual de Instrucciones Gebruiksaanwijzing Instruktionsbok
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RC-06 Stereo Control Amplifier
Important Safety Instructions
WARNING: There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, be sure that the apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus. Do not allow foreign objects to get into the enclosure. If the unit is exposed to moisture, or a foreign object gets into the enclosure, immediately disconnect the power cord from the wall. Take the unit to a qualified service person for inspection and necessary repairs. Read all the instructions before connecting or operating the component. Keep this manual so you can refer to these safety instructions. Heed all warnings and safety information in these instructions and on the product itself. Follow all operating instructions. Clean the enclosure only with a dry cloth or a vacuum cleaner. You must allow 10 cm or 4 inches of unobstructed clearance around the unit. Do not place the unit on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface that could block the ventilation slots. If the component is placed in a bookcase or cabinet, there must be ventilation of the cabinet to allow proper cooling. Keep the component away from radiators, heat registers, stoves, or any other appliance that produces heat. The unit must be connected to a power supply only of the type and voltage specified on the rear panel of the unit. Connect the component to the power outlet only with the supplied power supply cable or an exact equivalent. Do not modify the supplied cable in any way. Do not attempt to defeat grounding and/or polarization provisions. Do not use extension cords. Do not route the power cord where it will be crushed, pinched, bent at severe angles, exposed to heat, or damaged in any way. Pay particular attention to the power cord at the plug and where it exits the back of the unit. The power cord should be unplugged from the wall outlet if the unit is to be left unused for a long period of time. Immediately stop using the component and have it inspected and/or serviced by a qualified service agency if: The power supply cord or plug has been damaged. Objects have fallen or liquid has been spilled into the unit. The unit has been exposed to rain. The unit shows signs of improper operation The unit has been dropped or damaged in any way Please use Class 2 Wiring when connecting the speaker terminals of the unit to ensure proper insulation and minimize the risk of electrical shock. Place the unit on a fixed, level surface strong enough to support its weight. Do not place it on a moveable cart that could tip over. Rotel products are designed to comply with international directives on the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) in electrical and electronic equipment and the disposal of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). The crossed wheelie bin symbol indicates compliance and that the products must be appropriately recycled or processed in accordance with these directives.
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This symbol means that this unit is double insulated. An earth connection is not required.
Figure 1: Controls and Connections Commandes et branchements Bedienelemente und Anschlsse Pannello frontale e posteriore Controles y Conexiones De bedieningsorganen en de aansluitingen Funktioner och anslutningar
CD TUNER PHONO AUX 1 AUX 2
PHO CD TUN
Figure 2: Phono/Line Input Jumpers Cavaliers de lentre Phono/Ligne Jumper fr PHONO/LINE-Eingang Jumper Ingresso Linea/Phono Puentes de la Entrada Fono/Lnea Doorverbindingsstukjes voor p.u./lijnniveau aanpassing Omkopplare fr skivspelar-/linjeingng /
SW1, SW2, SW3, SW4
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Figure 3: Input and Output Connections Branchements des entres et des sorties Ein- und Ausgangsanschlsse Schema dei collegamenti Conexiones de Entrada y Salida De in- en uitgangsaansluitingen Anslutningar fr in- och utsignaler
Important Safety Instructions 2 Figure 1: Controls and Connections 3 Figure 2: Phono/Line Input Jumpers 3 Figure 3: Input and Output Connections 4 About Rotel.. 5 Getting Started.. 5 The RR-AT94 Remote Control. 5 Remote Sensor A Few Precautions 6 Placement 6 Cables 6 AC Power and Control.. 6 AC Power Input y 6 Power/Standby Switch 1o and Power Indicator Input Signal Connections. 7 Phono/Line Input - and Ground Connection Line Level Inputs = 7 Phono/Line Input Conversion 7 Resetting Jumpers 7 Recorder Connections q. 7 Output Connections w.. 7 Phones Output 3.. 8 Media Player 4. 8 Audio Controls.. 8 Volume Control 6 p 8 Balance Control Function Control 9 i 8 Monitor Control Mute Control u 8 IR Inputs and Outputs.. 8 External Remote Input e 8 IR Output r Volt Trigger Outlet t.. 9 Troubleshooting.. 9 Power Indicator Is Not Lit 9 Fuse Replacement 9 No Sound 9 Specications.. 9
A family whose passionate interest in music led them to manufacture high delity components of uncompromising quality founded Rotel over 40 years ago. Through the years that passion has remained undiminished and the family goal of providing exceptional value for audiophiles and music lovers regardless of their budget, is shared by all Rotel employees. The engineers work as a close team, listening to, and ne tuning each new product until it reaches their exacting musical standards. They are free to choose components from around the world in order to make that product the best they can. You are likely to nd capacitors from the United Kingdom and Germany, semi conductors from Japan or the United States, while toroidal power transformers are manufactured in Rotels own factory. Rotels reputation for excellence has been earned through hundreds of good reviews and awards from the most respected reviewers in the industry, who listen to music every day. Their comments keep the company true to its goal - the pursuit of equipment that is musical, reliable and affordable. All of us at Rotel, thank you for buying this product and hope it will bring you many hours of enjoyment.
The printed circuit boards (PCB) are designed with Symmetrical Circuit Traces. This insures that the precise timing of the music is maintained and faithfully recreated. The RC-06 circuitry uses metal lm resistors and polystyrene or polypropylene capacitors in important signal paths. All aspects of this design have been examined to ensure the most faithful music reproduction. The main functions of the RC-06 are easy to install and use. If you have experience with other stereo systems, you shouldnt nd anything perplexing. Simply plug in the associated components and enjoy.
The RR-AT94 Remote Control
Some functions can be done with either the front panel controls, or the supplied RR-AT94 remote control. When these operations are described, the call out number for both controls is shown. For example, you can adjust the volume with either the front panel Volume control 6 or the remote control buttons p. See the IR Inputs and Output section for more information on the way to expand the IR control capabilities of your system. Note: Remove the batteries from the remote control if it will not be used for a long period of time. Do not leave run down batteries in the remote control. Exhausted batteries can leak corrosive chemicals which will damage the unit. NOTE: The RR-AT94 can be used to operate the basic function of other certain Rotel components, including Tuners, CD Players and DVD Players. To operate a Rotel Tuner 1) Select the tuner function of the RR-AT94. 2) Press Power and 1 (RT-06) or 2 (RT-940AX). 3) Press the key for Tuner operation. To operate a Rotel CD Player Select the CD function of the RR-AT94 To operate a Rotel DVD Player Select the AUX 1 function of the RR-AT94.
Thank you for purchasing the Rotel RC-06 Stereo Control Amplifier. When used in a high-quality music audio system, it will provide years of musical enjoyment. The RC-06 is a full featured, high performance component. All aspects of the design have been optimized to retain the full dynamic range and subtle nuances of your music. The RC-06 has a highly regulated power supply incorporating a Rotel custom-designed toroidal power transformer. This low impedance power supply has ample power reserves, which enables the RC-06 to easily reproduce the most demanding audio signals. This type of design is more expensive to manufacture, but it is better for the music.
The Remote Sensor picks up the infrared signals from the remote control. Do not cover or block the sensor. It must be unobstructed or the remote control will not work properly. The operation of the Remote Sensor can also be affected if it is exposed to bright light, particularly sunlight. Certain types of lighting, such as halogen lights, that emit a fair amount of infrared light, can also interfere with proper operation. In addition remote control functions may not work reliably if the batteries in the RR-AT94 are weak.
Remote Sensor 5
Like all audio components that handle lowlevel signals, the RC-06 can be affected by its environment. Avoid placing the RC-06 on top of other components. Also avoid routing audio signal cables near power cords. This will minimize the chance it will pick up hum or interference. The RC-06 generates heat as part of its normal operation. The heat sinks and ventilation openings in the amplier are designed to dissipate this heat. The ventilation slots in the top cover must be open. There should be 10 cm (4 inches) of clearance around the chassis, and reasonable airow through the installation location, to prevent the amplier from overheating. Remember the weight of the amplier when you select an installation location. Make sure that the shelf or cabinet can support it. We recommend installing the RC-06 in furniture designed to house audio components. Such furniture is designed to reduce or suppress vibration which can adversely affect sound quality. Ask your authorized Rotel dealer for advice about component furniture and proper installation of audio components.
AC Power and Control
The RC-06 does not draw high levels of current from the power outlet. However, whenever possible, it should be plugged directly into a 2-pin polarized wall outlet. Do not use an extension cord. A heavy duty multi-tap power outlet strip may be used if it (and the wall outlet) can handle the current demanded by the RC-06 and all the other components connected to it. Your RC-06 is congured at the factory for the proper AC line voltage in the country where you purchased it (either 120 volts AC or 230 volts AC with a line frequency of either 50 Hz or 60 Hz). The AC line conguration is noted on a decal on the back panel. NOTE: Should you move your RC-06 amplifier to another country, it is possible to reconfigure it for use on a different line voltage. Do not attempt to perform this conversion yourself. Opening the enclosure of the RC-06 exposes you to dangerous voltages. Consult a qualified service person or the Rotel factory service department for information. If you are going to be away from home for an extended period of time such as a month-long vacation, it is a sensible precaution to unplug your amplier (as well as other audio and video components) while you are away.
AC Power Input y
A Few Precautions
WARNING: To avoid potential damage to your system, turn off ALL the components in the system when connecting or disconnecting the loudspeakers or any associated components. Do not turn the system components back on until you are sure all the connections are correct and secure. Pay particular attention to the speaker wires. There must be no loose strands that could contact the other speaker wires, or the chassis of the amplifier. Please read this manual carefully. It provides information on how to incorporate the RC-06 into your system as well as information that will help you get optimum sound performance. Please contact your authorized Rotel dealer for answers to any questions you might have. In addition, all of us at Rotel welcome your questions and comments. Save the RC-06 shipping carton and all enclosed packing material for future use. Shipping or moving the RC-06 in anything other than the original packing material may result in severe damage to your amplier. Fill out and send in the owners registration card packed with the RC-06. Also be sure to keep the original sales receipt. It is your best record of the date of purchase, which you will need in the event warranty service is ever required.
Be sure to keep the power cords, digital signal cables and regular audio signal cables in your installation away from each other. This will minimize the chance of the regular audio signal cables picking up noise or interference from the power cords or digital cables. Using only high quality, shielded cables will also help to prevent noise or interference from degrading the sound quality of your system. If you have any questions see your authorized Rotel dealer for advice about the best cable to use with your system.
Power/Standby Switch 1o and Power Indicator 2
The Power Indicator light above the Standby button is lit whenever the RC-06 is connected to a live AC outlet. When the front panel Standby button or the remote control Power button is pressed the RC-06 is turned on. When the RC-06 is on the Function indicator and the Volume control are illuminated. Pressing either button again puts the RC-06 in standby mode and turns off the Volume and Function illumination. See the 12V Trigger Outlet section for more information on ways you may be able to turn on and off other components in your system along with the RC-06.
Input Signal Connections
[See Figure 3.] NOTE: To prevent loud noises that neither you nor your speakers will appreciate, make sure the system is turned off when you make any signal connections.
Phono/Line Input Conversion
[See Figure 2 for conversion jumper locations.] The Phono/Line input set congured at the factory for phono input operation. If you do not use the phono input and need another line level input, this input can be converted to a standard line level input. In order to convert the input for line level usage, four jumper connectors inside the RC-06 must be moved from one set of pins to another. This task should be done by a qualied technician. See your authorized Rotel dealer.
Recorder Connections q
[See Figure 3.] The Tape inputs and outputs can be connected to any record/playback device that accepts standard line level analog input and output signals. Typically that will be a conventional tape recorder. When connecting a recorder to the RC-06 remember that the outputs of the recorder must be connected to the tape inputs of the RC-06. Similarly the tape outputs of the RC-06 must be connected to the inputs of the recorder. As with other sources be sure to connect the Left and Right channels of each device to the proper channels on the associated components. Use high quality connecting cables to prevent loss of sound quality. NOTE: The Tape Outputs are not affected by the Volume or Balance controls. They receive a fixed level signal.
The Phono/Line input is set at the factory to operate as a phono input. If you will not be using the phono input, this input can be converted to a standard line level input. See the Converting the Phono/Line Input section of this manual. The following information covers using the - input as a phono input. Plug the cable from the turntable into the appropriate left and right phono inputs. If the turntable has a ground wire connect it to the screw terminal 0 to the left of the Phono inputs. It will help prevent hum and noise.
Phono/Line Input - and Ground Connection 0
Before opening the RC-06 cabinet to reset the jumpers, the power cord must be unplugged from the wall. DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET OF THE RC-06 BEFORE THE POWER CORD HAS BEEN UNPLUGGED FROM THE WALL. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL EXPOSE YOU TO HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES. After the power cord has been unplugged, remove the screws that hold the cabinet cover in place and slide the cover off. Locate the four jumper pin blocks near the Phono/Line input labeled SW1, SW2, SW3 and SW4. The factory standard (phono) position of the jumpers is on pins 2 and 3 of each block. To convert the RC-06 Phono/Line input to a line type input move all four jumpers so they are on pins 1 and 2 of each jumper pin block. Replace the cover of the cabinet. Do not plug the RC-06 power cord back into the wall outlet until the cabinet cover has been replaced.
Line Level Inputs =
The CD, Tuner, and Aux inputs of the RC-06 are line level inputs. These are for connecting components such as CD players, Hi Fi or NICAM Stereo video cassette recorders, tuners, Laser Disc players or the analog output from a CD ROM drive. The Left and Right channels are labeled and should be connected to the corresponding channels of the source component. The Left connectors are white, the Right connectors are red. Use high quality RCA cables for connecting input source components to the RC-06. Ask your authorized Rotel dealer for advice about cables.
Output Connections w
[See Figure 3.] The RC-06 has RCA-type output connectors that are compatible with the inputs of most power ampliers. Use high quality cables and be sure to connect the Left and Right channel outputs of the RC-06 to the correct channels of the amplier. There are two sets of outputs on the RC-06. The second set of outputs may be used in custom system congurations to drive a second power amplier or to supply a signal to a special signal processor. NOTE: Changes to the settings of the Volume and Balance controls affect the signal from the Preamp Outputs.
Phones Output 3
The Phones output allows you to connect headphones for private listening. This output accommodates standard stereo phone 3.5 mm (1/8) plugs. Plugging in a set of headphones does not cut off the signal to the outputs. The settings of the Function Selector and the Tape Monitor Control determines which source is heard. To listen to or monitor the component connected to the Tape input set the Monitor Control to the Tape position. For all other inputs leave the Monitor Control in the Source position and select the source you want to listen to with the front panel Function Selector or press the corresponding source button on the remote control. NOTE: Because the sensitivity of headphones and the other components in the system can vary widely, always reduce the volume level before connecting or disconnecting headphones.
Volume Control 6 p
Turn the controls clockwise to increase the volume, or counterclockwise to decrease the volume. Or use the remote control volume buttons. Press the + button to increase the volume, or the button to decrease the volume.
IR Inputs and Outputs
External Remote Input e
This 3.5 mm mini-jack (labeled EXT REM IN) receives command codes from an industrystandard infrared receivers (Xantech, etc.) located in the main listening room. This feature is useful when the unit is installed in a cabinet and the front-panel sensor is blocked. Consult your authorized Rotel dealer for information on external receivers and the proper wiring of a jack to t the mini-jack receptacle. NOTE: The IR signals from the EXTERNAL REMOTE IN jack can be relayed to source components using external IR emitters or hardwired connections from the IR OUT jacks.
Balance Control 7
The Balance Control adjusts the left-to-right balance of the sound output. Normally the control should be left in the center position. In some situations, typically when the main listening position is not ideally centered between the speakers, it may be necessary to adjust the control to achieve proper left-to-right balance. Turning the control counter-clockwise shifts the sound balance to the left. Turning the control clockwise shifts the sound balance to the right.
IR Output r
Function Control 9 i
Media Player 4
A 3.5mm (1/8) stereo input socket for a Media Player is provided on the front of the amplier and is selected by setting the function control to (AUX2). Any portable stereo cassette, compact disc player or hard disc playback device can be connected via this input. If the device you are connecting has its output via the headphone socket then note that you must adjust the volume control on the player for sound to be heard. Should the sound be loud and distorted turn down the volume on the player and if it is only just audible through the speakers even when the amplier volume control is turned up fairly high then adjust the volume control on the player. NOTE: When the 3.5mm (mimi jack) is inserted into the Media Player socket the rear input called AUX2 is disconnected. Removing the 3.5mm plug from the Media player socket will allow the rear AUX2 input to function.
The Function control selects the input signal source. Turn the Function control to the source you want to listen to. Or press the corresponding source button on the remote control. The signal selected by the Function control is the one you hear, as long as the Monitor control is set to the Source postion. (See the following section.) The signal selected by the Function control also goes to the Tape Outputs.
The IR OUT jack sends IR signals received at the EXTERNAL REM IN jack to an infrared emitter, or to Rotel CD players, cassette decks, or tuners with a compatible rear panel IR connector. This allows you to use IR control features to operate other components when the IR sensors on those components are blocked or obstructed by installation in a cabinet. See your authorized Rotel dealer for information on IR repeater systems. NOTE: The EXT REM IN jack located next to the IR OUTPUT jack is for use with an external IR sensor which duplicates the front panel IR sensor.
Monitor Control 8
When the Monitor Control is set to the Source position, the signal you hear, and which goes to the Outputs, is selected by the Function Control. To listen to the signal from a recorder connected to the Tape Inputs, set the Monitor Control to the Tape position. When the Monitor Control is in the Tape position, the signal from the Tape Input also goes to the Outputs. The signal that goes to the Tape Output is always selected by the Function Control. When you are recording with a unit that has monitoring capabilities, you can listen to the sound just recorded by setting the Monitor Control to the Tape position.
Mute Control u
Remote Only To temporarily mute the sound of the system press the Mute Button on the RR-AT94 remote. The volume Control LED blinks when the sound is muted. Press the button again to return the sound volume to the original level.
12 Volt Trigger Outlet t
Some audio components can be turned on automatically when they receive a 12V turn on signal. The 12V Trigger Outputs of the RC-06 provide the required signal. Connect compatible components to the RC-06 with a conventional 3.5mm miniplug cable. When the RC-06 is in Standby mode, the trigger signal is interupted, so the components controlled by it are turned off.
Most difculties in audio systems are the result of incorrect connections, or improper control settings. If you encounter problems, isolate the area of the difculty, check the control settings, determine the cause of the fault and make the necessary changes. If you are unable to get sound from the RC-06 refer to the suggestions for the following conditions:
Power Indicator Is Not Lit
The Power Indicator should be lit whenever the RC-06 is plugged into the wall power outlet. If it does not light, test the power outlet with another electrical device, such as a lamp. Be sure the power outlet being used is not controlled by a switch that has been turned off.
If another electrical device works when plugged into the power outlet, but the Power Indicator of the RC-06 does not light when plugged into the same outlet and the Power Switch is pushed in, it indicates that the internal power fuse may have blown. If you believe this has happened, contact your authorized Rotel dealer to get the fuse replaced.
Total Harmonic Distortion (20 Hz-20 kHz) Frequency Response Phono Input (MM) Line Level Inputs Input Sensitivity / Impedance Phono Input (MM) Line Level Inputs Input Overload Phono Input (MM) Line Level Inputs Output Level / Impedance Usable Headphone Impedance Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF A weighted) Phono Input (MM) Line Level Inputs Power Requirements USA Version European Version Power Consumption Dimensions (W x H x D) Front Panel Height Weight (net) All specifications are accurate at the time of printing. Rotel reserves the right to make improvements without notice. 120 Volts, 60 Hz 230 Volt, 50 Hz 10 Watts 437 x 72 x 328 mm 171/8 x 2 7/8 x 1215/16 60mm 4.3 kg, 9.5 lbs. 70 dB 100 dB 160mV 5V 1 V/ 100 Ohms 8 - 2,000 Ohms 1.2mV / 68 kOhms 150 mV / 24 kOhms 20Hz-20kHz, 0.5dB 4Hz-100kHz, 3dB < 0.004% Intermodulation Distortion (60 Hz : 7 kHz, 4:1) < 0.004% at 1V output
Check the signal source to see if it is functioning properly. Make sure the cables from the signal source to the RC-06 inputs are connected properly. Be sure the Function Control and Monitor Control are properly set. Check the wiring between the RC-06 and the power amplier. Be sure the power amplier is on and the speakers are properly connected. If the power amplier has level controls be sure they are set properly.
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