Frequency response – Nady Systems SM300A User Manual
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S E R V I C E
FOR YOUR NADY AUDIO PRODUCT
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S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
(1) AC Power Cord IEC Connector —
This standard IEC power cord receptacle features a built-in fuse holder for a 5X20mm, 3A
250V fuse (2A 250V for 230VAC operation).
(2) AC Voltage Selector Switch —
Before plugging in the power cord, check to see that the unit is set for the proper voltage for
your area: ~115V (60Hz) or ~230V (50Hz).
(3) Power Switch —
Use this switch to power the unit ON or OFF.
(4) Inputs —
XLR and 1/4" TRS input jacks for line level signals. Use only one input at any time.
(5) Volume Control —
Adjusts the level of the signal at the input. This can be set to maximum if the user prefers to control the
volume at the preceding unit.
(6) Clipping LED –
Turns red when the output signal is clipping. It is acceptable if the red LED lights occasionally. If the red LED
lights more than occasionally, you should turn down the volume to avoid audible distortion and damage to the speaker.
Note: Speakers damaged due to hard clipping are not covered under warranty.