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SPEAKER SYSTEM  
INSTRUCTION MANUAL  
MODE D'EMPLOI  
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG  
GUIDA PER L'USO  
GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING  
BRUKSANVISNING  
Published by Pioneer Corporation.  
2007 Pioneer Corporation.  
All reproduction and translation rights reserved.  
Printed in China <FRRD-208-B>  
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ENCEINTE ACOUSTIQUE  
LAUTSPRECHERSYSTEM  
SISTEMA ALTOPARLANTE  
LUIDSPREKERSYSTEEM  
HÖGTALARSYSTEM  
SISTEMA DE ALTAVOCES  
SISTEMA DE ALTIFALANTES  
GUIA DE OPERACIÓN  
GUIA DE OPERAÇÃO  
http://www.pioneer.co.uk  
http://www.pioneer.eu  
Discover the benefits of registering your product online at  
http://www.pioneer.co.uk (or http://www.pioneer.eu)  
English  
BEFORE OPERATION  
CONNECTIONS  
Thank you for buying this PIONEER product.  
Switch off the amplifier power supply (OFF).  
Read the Instruction Manual carefully before using this speaker system so that  
you can operate it properly. After you have finished, put this manual away in a  
safe place for future reference.  
The rated impedance of this speaker system is 6 :. It must be connected to a  
amplifier which accepts this type of load (miminum and maximum impedances  
accepted by the amplifier are generally indicated near the loudspeaker outlets: for  
example "4 :to 16 :" or "6 :to 16 :").  
To guard against damage to this speaker system due to an electric power  
overload, take the following precautions:  
Do not supply more than the maximum permitted power to the speaker  
system (see Specifications).  
Any connection or switching on or off of part of the audio system (CD  
player, tuner etc.) must be carried out after switching off the amplifier or at  
least with the loudspeaker outlets disconnected (if the amplifier allows).  
Interference caused by these operations will otherwise reach the speaker  
and may damage the treble loudspeaker units.  
When boosting particular frequencies using a graphic equaliser or bass  
and treble correctors, make sure that you do not increase the amplifier  
volume excessively, as the speaker will be overloaded more quickly.  
Do not force a low-power amplifier to produce a high level of sound as  
harmonic distortion increases rapidly in this situation and may pose a  
danger to the treble speaker units.  
Connect the cables to the input terminals on the rear of the speaker: Connect  
terminal and the live cable to the HF + or  
Strip the insulation at the tip of the cord  
the neutral cable to the HF or LF  
LF + terminal.  
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and twist the strands.  
Turn the thumbscrew anti-clockwise,  
make sure that the speaker cord is  
inserted well into the hole and turn the  
thumbscrew clokwise to fasten into  
position.  
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HF  
HF  
LF  
LF  
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Connect the hot-side speaker cord to the  
HF + or LF + terminal.  
Connect the common-side speaker cord  
to the HF of LF terminal.  
Connect the cables to the loudspeaker outlet terminals of the amplifier. Connect  
the live cable to the + terminal and the neutral cable to the terminal.  
REMARKS :  
For a bi-wiring connection, first remove the cables which link the two pairs of  
input terminals labelled HF and LF , and HF + and LF + .  
Check that the cables are securely connected to the terminals. A loose  
connection may cause not just intermittent or distorted sound but short-circuiting  
and breakdown of the amplifier.  
If the cables of one of the speakers have been connected with the wrong  
polarities, you will find when listening to a stereo recording that bass sounds are  
weakened and the stereo effect normally obtained between the two speakers  
does not exist.  
Avoid touching the diaphragms and suspensions of speakers units as they are  
fragile.  
The speaker units in this speaker system are magnetically shielded.  
However, colours may blur if the speakers are positioned too close to a  
television screen. If this happens, switch off the television and switch it  
back on again after 15 to 30 minutes. If the problem persists, move the  
speakers away from the television set.  
INSTALLATION  
MAINTENANCE OFTHE ENCLOSURE  
Use a cloth to wipe away dust and dirt.  
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In order to minimize the transmission of vibrations from the speaker to the floor,  
Pioneer offers two possibilities :  
If the enclosure is very dirty, wipe with a soft cloth dipped in a neutral detergent  
diluted five to six times with water, then wipe again with the dry cloth. Do not use  
thinner, benzene, cleaning sprays or other chemical products on or near the  
enclosures as the surfaces could be adversely affected.  
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underside of the speaker system.  
foam cushions to be stuck on the  
SPECIFICATIONS  
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metal decoupling spikes to be  
screwed under the speaker system  
after having unscrewed the 4 metal  
Speaker ............................................................... Floor-standing type, bass-reflex  
System ............................................................................. 4 ways, 5 speaker units  
Speaker units : Woofers ................................................ Cone type, 130 mm x 2  
(
feet).  
If desired (especially with polished  
wood floors), you can also employ the  
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Medium ....................................................... Cone type, 130 mm  
Tweeter ......................................................... Dome type, 25 mm  
Super-Tweeter ................................... Riffel type, 8 mm x 46 mm  
provided metal bases between the 4  
decoupling spikes and the floor.  
Nominal Impedance ...................................................................................... 6 :  
Frequency range ................................................................ 35 Hz to 100 000 Hz  
Sensitivity ..................................................................... 89 dB/W at 1 m distance  
Maximum power ........................................................................................ 130 W  
Dimensions....................................... 250 mm (W) x 1190 mm (H) x 300 mm (D)  
Weight .......................................................................................................... 25 kg  
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This speaker system is heavy and fragile, and it is therefore dangerous to install it  
in an unstable position. For added safety, it is advisable to attach these speakers  
to a wall or pillar using chains and hooks (not supplied). To do so, screw the  
provided metal ring to the back of the speaker cabinet and then pass a chain or  
cable through the metal ring.  
Accessory parts  
Instruction Manual ................................................................................................ 1  
Warranty ............................................................................................................... 1  
Foam cushions .................................................................................................... 4  
Decoupling spikes + base ................................................................................... 4  
Ring + screw ........................................................................................................ 1  
ADVICES AND PRECAUTIONS :  
For optimum sound reproduction of high frequencies, the treble speaker units  
must be at the same height as the listener's ears.  
For low frequencies, it is possible to increase the level of bass sounds by  
positioning the speakers close to a wall (the maximum increase being obtained  
for a position in a corner of the listening room).  
Do not install the speakers close to an oven or heating appliance. Avoid  
exposing them to direct sunlight. High temperatures can distort the structure of  
the enclosure and adversely affect the sound.  
This product may be covered by one or more of the following patents owned by  
GP Acoustics (UK) Ltd. and its affiliates: [Japanese Patent No. 2766862, United  
Kingdom Patent No. GB 2 236 929 A, and the United States Patent No.  
5,548,657]. To the extent of such coverage, this product has been licensed by  
GP Acoustics (UK) Ltd. KEF and UNI-Q are registered trademarks of the GP  
Acoustics family of companies.  
REMARK : The specifications and design of this product are subject to change  
without notice, in the interests of improvements.  

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