Acoustat Model 4 Owners Manual

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SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL TWO

Frequency Response: 35 - 20K + or - 2 dB
Sound Pressure Level: 105 dB @ 15- in a 12' x 18' room
(Program Material Peaks)
Minimum Power Requirement. 100 watts
Nominal Impedance: 4 ohms
Power Consumption. 5 watts (120v, 50/60 Hz)
Control: High Frequency Balance (Centrols Frequencies Above 10K Hz)
Dimensions. 58- x 20- x 31/2"
Weight: 64 lbs. (Net Weight for one Speaker with Interface)

MODEL THREE

Frequency Response: 30 - 20K Hz + or - 2 dB

Sound Pressure Level: 110 dB @ 18' In a 14' x 22' room
(Program Material Peaks)

Minimum Power Required: 70 watts

Nominal impedance: 4 ohms

Power Consumption: 5 watts (120v. 50/60 Hz)

Control. High Frequency Balance (Controls Frequencies Above 10K Hz)

Dimensions: 59" x 28" x 3%"
Weight: 75 lbs. (Net Weight for one Speaker wuth Interface)

MODEL FOUR

Frequency Response: 28 - 20K Hz + or -- 2 dB
Sound Pressure Level: 115 dB @ 22' in e 16' x 26' room
(Program Material Peaks)
Minimum Power Required: 50 watts
Nominal Impedance: 4 ohms
Power Consumption: 5 watts (120v, 50/60 Hz)
Control. High Frequency Balance (Controls Frequencies Above 10K Hz)
Dimensions: 59" x 36"x 4"
Weight: 86 lbs. (Net Weight for one Speaker with Interface)

WARRANTY: Lifetime, see warranty statement for details.

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LIMITED WARRANTY

' FOR ACOUSTAT LOUDSPEAKER SYSTEMS

ACOUSTAT CORPORATION warrantsto the ownerthat the ACOUSTAT
loudspeaker system will perform as specified and that it will be free of
defects in materials and workmanshipfora period of FIVE YEARS from the
date of original manufacture.

In addition, due to the superlative quality of construction employed In
the ACOUSTAT loudspeaker systems, and the feeling that a high-quality
product should be free of defects in materials and workmanship indefi-
nitely, ACOUSTAT CORPORATION will continue to warrant the product
(at their option) as long as it Is In service. subject to the conditions below.

ACOUSTAT CORPORATION will repair defective units without charge
for labor or parts. subject to the following conditions:

' a) The unit must not have been altered or damaged through
misuse, abuse, negligence. accident. or Improper operation.
b) All repairs must be undertaken at the factory or other service
center designated by ACOUSTATVCORPORATION. Units
submitted for warranty repairs must be shipped in the factory
packing carton to ACOUSTAT CORPORATION or its desig-
nated service center, freight and Insurance prepaid by the
owner, and will be returned to the ownerfrelght and insurance

prepaid by ACOUSTAT CORPORATION.
c) Normal wear and maintenance are -notcovered by thlswarranty.

ACOUSTAT CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE IN ANY
WAY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INDIRECT DAMAGES OR LIABILITIES
RESULTING FROM THE USE AND OPERATION OF THE PRODUCT
COVERED HEREIN OR RESULTING FROM ANY BREACH OF THIS
WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY RELATING TO THE SAID
PRODUCT.

Some states do not allow exclusion of limitation of incidental or conse-
quential damages so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

This warranty gives you specific legal rig hts and you may have other rights
which vary from state to state.

INTRODUCTION

Congratulations on your purchase of the world's finest loudspeaker
system, the ACOUSTAT full-range element electrostatic with Magne-
Kineticlnterface". If you will take just a few minutes to review the assembly
and set-up instructions provided with your new speakers, you can be
assured of many years of listening enjoyment as the system-s full potential
is realized.

PLEASE NOTE: THE SYSTEM WILL REQUIRE SEVERAL HOURS OF
INITIAL PANEL CHARGE-UP AND PLAYING TIME TO
REACH FULL EFFICIENCY,

We have determined that many systems fall to function at their full
potential because of deficiencies in the Initial set-up. Therefore, a section
has been included outlining the preferred procedure for the placement
and connection of a newly installed system.

The acoustics oi the room will play a major role in the ultimate
performance of the speaker system, and we have found that it Is far more
rewarding in terms of the quality of the results obtained to tune the
speakers to the room than to add line equalization. A reasonably absorb-
ent and unobstructed wall should be directly behind the speakers. and
any required tuning of the roomcan normally be accomplished with slight
changes in the placement of drapes or other wall hangings.

ASSEMBLY

1) Lay the speaker face down on the carpet, CAREFULLY! DO NOT
allow the speakerto fall tothe ground. SLOWLY Iaylt down. Dropping
the speaker face down may rupture the diaphragm with trapped air.

2) Remove two of the screw-in feet provided from the hardware packet.
Screw these into the threaded holes on the bottom of the speakers
base. For now, screw them all the way in. Some adjustment may be
needed later for the speaker to sit squarely and have the correct
amount of tiltbacK

3) Set the interface on the floor at the base of the speaker, with the
opening facing forward toward the speaker. (As in Figure 1.)

4) Note the three groups of wires coming through the rubber grommet
on the back of the speaker-s base. Visually identify them as: the RED
group, with a pin plug ontheend; the BLUE group, wltha blue-sleeved
hook on the end; and, the WHITE group, With a plain hook on the end.

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