Thank you for purchasing JVC speakers.
Before you begin using them, please read the instructions carefully.
Front speaker (2)
Center speaker (1)
Surround speaker (2)
Connect the speaker cords to the speaker terminals.
Precautions for installation and daily use
• Be sure to have the speakers installed on the wall by a qualified
personnel to avoid unexpected damage from falling off the wall due to
incorrect installation or weakness in the wall structure.
Care must be taken in selecting the location of installation on the wall.
Injuries or damages may result if the speakers installed interfere with
The speakers are magnetically shielded to avoid color distortions on
TVs if they are installed properly.
When placing the speakers near a TV set, turn off the TV’s main
power switch or unplug it before installing the speakers.
Then wait at least 30 minutes before turning on the TV’s main power
switch again. If there are still distortion, move the speakers further
away from the TV.
• Do not reproduce sounds at so high a volume that they are distorted;
otherwise, the speakers may be damaged by internal heat buildup.
When moving the speakers, do not pull the speaker cords; otherwise,
the speakers may fall over, causing damage or injury.
Connecting the speaker system to the amplifier
Turn off the power to the amplifier before connecting the speaker
system; otherwise, the speakers may be damaged.
The impedance of each speaker is 6 Ω. Before connecting them to your
amplifier, check the speaker impedance range of your amplifier. If the
impedance of this speaker is out of the speaker impedance range
indicated on the amplifier, you cannot connect this system to the amplifier.
The maximum power handling capacity of the speakers are 100 W.
Excessive input will result in abnormal noise and possible damage.
Be sure to turn down the volume level to prevent unwanted noise
before performing following operations:
Turning on or off other components,
Operating the amplifier,
Tuning FM stations,
Fast-forwarding a tape,
Continuously reproducing high frequency oscillation or high pitch
Through the hole
Connecting or disconnecting a microphone.
Connecting the speakers to the amplifier.
• When using a microphone, do not aim it at the speakers or use it near
the speakers; otherwise, the howling which occurs may damage the
Before replacing the cartridge, always turn off the power to the
turntable; otherwise, the clicking noise may damage the speakers.
Type (magnetically-shielded type):
2-way 3-speaker Bass-reflex type
1-way Bass-reflex type
Power handling capacity/Impedance: 100 W/6 Ω
Sound pressure level:
Dimensions (W ×H ×D): SP-XF20F: 84 mm ×211 mm ×88 mm
SP-XF20C: 209 mm ×85 mm ×92 mm
5.5 cm cone (×2), 3.0 cm dome
8.0 cm cone
Connect the speakers to the speaker terminals of the amplifier
with the speaker cords by referring to the diagram below.
Make sure to match the polarity (ªand ·) when connecting
the speaker cords.
90 Hz to 40 000 Hz
80 Hz to 20 000 Hz
The diagram below is an example of a typical connection.
FRONT CENTER SURROUND SURROUND
Recommended to use
SP-XF10S: 111.5 mm ×139 mm ×106.5 mm
0.87 kg each
0.52 kg each
4 m (×3); 10 m (×2)
Accessories: Speaker cords:
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
31/3/04, 12:54 PM