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Interactive Main Menu

Interactive Front Panel Display

Configurations in System Architect

Updating Firmware

Controls

Diagnostic Information

Service Information

Wiring and Connectivity

Click the Crown Logo at the top of any the screen to return to this Menu

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Welcome to the DSi Front Panel

Use your mouse to navigate the front panel as if you were pressing the actual buttons

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As The Amp Powers Up

Click The Sel / Enter Button

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Factory Default Screen

Click on the Sel / Enter Button To Begin

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Presets Or Configuration

Use The front Panel Buttons to Navigate

Choose Presets Or Configuration Menu

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View In System Architect

Preset 2 JBL 3631

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View In System Architect

Preset 3 JBL 3631T Low Frequency

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View In System Architect

Preset 4 JBL 3631T Mid / Highs

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View In System Architect

Preset 5 JBL 3632

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View In System Architect

Preset 6 JBL 3632T Low Frequency

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View In System Architect

Preset 7 JBL 3632 Mid / Highs

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View In System Architect

Preset 8 JBL 4622

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View In System Architect

Preset 9 JBL 4632

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View In System Architect

Preset 10 JBL 4632T Low Frequency

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View In System Architect

Preset 11 JBL 4632T Mid / Highs

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View In System Architect

Preset 12 JBL 4675C4 Low Frequency

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View In System Architect

Preset 13 JBL 5674 Low Frequency

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View In System Architect

Preset 14 JBL 5674 Mid / Highs

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View In System Architect

Preset 15 JBL 4641

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View In System Architect

Preset 16 JBL 4642A

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View In System Architect

Preset 17 JBL 8330A

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View In System Architect

Preset 18 JBL 8340A

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Stereo Input

Channel 1 And Channel 2 Inputs Are Independent And Controlled By Individual Gain Controls

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CH1 + CH2 Input

Channel 1 And Channel 2 Inputs are Summed Together And Controlled By Channel 1 Gain Control

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Input “Y” Enabled

Channel 1 Input Is Paralleled to Channel 2’s Input Path And Both Are Controlled By Channel 1 Gain Control

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View In System Architect

Amplifier Crossover At 90 Hz

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View In System Architect

Amplifier Crossover At 100 Hz

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View In System Architect

Amplifier Crossover At 1.2kHz

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View In System Architect

Amplifier Crossover At 1.5kHz

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View In System Architect

Amplifier Crossover At 2kHz

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View In System Architect

Amplifier Crossover At 90 Hz

Both Channels Output For Subs

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View In System Architect

Channel 1 EQ Enabled

Enables Channel 1 EQ Created In System Architect

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Channel 1 EQ Disabled

Disables Channel 1 EQ Created In System Architect

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View In System Architect

Channel 2 EQ Enabled

Enables Channel 2 EQ Created In System Architect

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Channel 2 EQ Disabled

Disables Channel 1 EQ Created In System Architect

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Channel 1 Delay 0.0ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 1ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 2ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 3ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 4ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 5ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 6ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 7ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 8ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 9ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 10ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 20ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 30ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 40ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Delay 50ms

Channel 1 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 0.0ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 1ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 2ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 3ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 4ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 5ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 6ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 7ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 8ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 9ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 10ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 20ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 30ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 40ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 2 Delay 50ms

Channel 2 Delay In Milliseconds

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Channel 1 Limiter -3dB

Initiates A Limiter On Channel 1 At -3dB Below Clipping

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Channel 1 Limiter -6dB

Initiates A Limiter On Channel 1 At -6dB Below Clipping

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Channel 1 Limiter -12dB

Initiates A Limiter On Channel 1 At -12dB Below Clipping

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Channel 2 Limiter -3dB

Initiates A Limiter On Channel 2 At -3dB Below Clipping

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Channel 2 Limiter -6dB

Initiates A Limiter On Channel 2 At -6dB Below Clipping

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Channel 2 Limiter -12dB

Initiates A Limiter On Channel 2 At -12dB Below Clipping

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Back

90Hz Crossover

Lows On Channel 1Mid /Highs On Channel 2 Output

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Back

100Hz Crossover

Lows On Channel 1Mid /Highs On Channel 2 Output

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Back

1.2KHz Crossover

Lows On Channel 1Mid /Highs On Channel 2 Output

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Back

1.5kHz Crossover

Lows On Channel 1Mid /Highs On Channel 2 Output

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Back

2.0kHz Crossover

Lows On Channel 1Mid /Highs On Channel 2 Output

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Back

2-Channel Subs

Both Channel Outputs 90Hz and Below For Subs

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Back

Preset 2 JBL 3631

Click to View Crossover

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Back

Preset 2 JBL 3631

Biamped Configuration With Lows To Channel 1 And Mid-Highs To Channel 2

Click to View Equalization

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Back

Preset 3 JBL 3631T-LF

Click to View Crossover

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Back

Preset 3 JBL 3631T-LF

Part Of Tri-amped Configuration With Amplifier In Bridge-mono For Lows

Click to View Equalization

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Back

Preset 4 JBL 3631T-MH

Part Of Tri-amped Configuration With Mids To Channel 1 And Highs To Channel 2

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Back

Preset 5 JBL 3632

Click to View Crossover

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Back

Preset 5 JBL 3632

Biamped Configuration With Lows To Channel 1 And Mid-Highs To Channel 2

Click to View Equalization

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Back

Preset 6 JBL 3632T-LF

Click to View Crossover

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Back

Preset 6 JBL 3632T-LF

Part Of Tri-amped Configuration With Amplifier In Bridge-mono For Lows

Click to View Equalization

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Back

Preset 7 JBL 3632T- MH

Click to View Crossover

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Back

Preset 7 JBL 3632T-MH

Part Of Tri-amped Configuration With Mids To Channel 1 And Highs To Channel 2

Click to View Equalization

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Back

Preset 8 JBL 4622

Click to View Crossover

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Back

Preset 8 JBL 4622

Biamped Configuration With Lows To Channel 1 And Mid-Highs To Channel 2

Click to View Equalization

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Back

Preset 9 JBL 4632

Click to View Crossover

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Back

Preset 9 JBL 4632

Biamped Configuration With Lows To Channel 1 And Mid-Highs To Channel 2

Click to View Equalization

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Back

Preset 10 JBL 4632T-LF

Click to View Crossover

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Back

Preset 10 JBL 4632T-LF

Part Of Tri-amped Configuration With Amplifier In Bridge-mono For Lows

Click to View Equalization

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Back

Preset 11 JBL 4632T--MH

Click to View Crossover

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Back

Preset 11 JBL 4632T--MH

Part Of Tri-amped Configuration With Mids To Channel 1 And Highs To Channel 2

Click to View Equalization

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Back

Preset 12 JBL 4675C4 LF

Click to View Crossover

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Back

Preset 12 JBL 4675C4 LF

Biamped Configuration With Lows To Channel 1 And Mid-Highs To Channel 2

Click to View Equalization

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Back

Preset 13 JBL 5674--LF

Part Of Tri-amped Configuration With Amplifier In Bridge-mono For Lows

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Back

Preset 14 JBL 5674--MH

Part Of Tri-amped Configuration With Mids To Channel 1 And Highs To Channel 2

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Back

Preset 15 JBL 4641

Amplifier Is Configured In Bridge-Mono For Subwoofer

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Back

Preset 16 JBL 4642A

Amplifier Is Configured In Bridge-Mono For Subwoofer

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Back

Preset 17 JBL 8330A

Amplifier Is Configured For full Range Surround Speakers

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Back

Preset 18 JBL 8340A

Amplifier Is Configured For full Range Surround Speakers

eq programmed in system architect

Back

EQ Programmed in System Architect

Screenshot Of EQ Setup In System Architect

eq programmed in system architect1

Back

EQ Programmed in System Architect

Screenshot Of EQ Setup In System Architect

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DSi 8M Monitor

VU Bar Graph

Channel Select Buttons

Monitor Speaker Volume Control

Internal Speaker

Power Switch

Processor Amplifier Selector

Test Jack

DSi 8M Monitor Front Panel Controls And Indicators

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Updating Firmware In System Architect

If a newer version of firmware exists, System Architect will ask if you want to update the firmware.

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Updating Firmware In System Architect

Check the appropriate update box and then click the “Begin Update” box.

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Updating Firmware In System Architect

After the firmware is updated, you can chose to send the previous settings back to the amplifier or receive the settings from the amplifier which will leave the amplifier back at factory defaults

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Service Information

In the event that your amplifier should require service, a Service Return Authorization (SRA) is required for

product being sent to the factory for service. You can create the SRA by going to www.crownaudio.com/support/factserv.htm.

If you do not have access to our website, call

1-800-342-6939, extension 8205 and we’ll create the

SRA for you.

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Input & Output In System Architect

Choose Input Setup Or Test System With Onboard Pink Noise Generator

Select Dual Or Bridge-Mono Output

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EQ In System Architect

Input and Output EQ

Sample EQ From JBL 4632

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Crossovers In System Architect

View of 225Hz Crossover

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Delay & Limiters In System Architect

Select Up To 50ms Of Delay

Selectable Clip Limiting

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Select & Store Presets In System Architect

Select 17 Presets Designed For JBL Cinema Speakers Or Create And Save User Defined Presets

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Input And Output Wiring

Dual Output Wiring

Bridge-Mono Output Wiring

DSi Terminal Block Output Wiring

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Input / Output Wiring

DSi 8M

Basic Dual Output Wiring

DSi 8M

Basic Bridge-Mono Wiring

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Input And Output Wiring

DB-25 Pin outs For DSi 8M Monitor

Phoenix Input Connector Balanced And Unbalanced Wiring

RCA to Phoenix Connector

Balanced And Unbalanced Input Connections

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Front Panel Controls & Indicators

Backlit LCD Display

Blue Power LED

Power Switch

Display Navigation controls

Detented Rotary Gain Controls

Meter LEDs

Turns on Under Extreme Thermal Conditions

Turns On At Onset Of Audible Distortion

Flashes When Output Exceeds -10dB Below Clip

Flashes When Output Exceeds -20dB Below Clip

Signal Will Flash With Audio

Indicates Amplifier Is Ready To Pass Audio

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Back Panel Connections

HD-15 Connector for cinema I/O compatibility with DSi-8M System Monitor

Dual Neutrik Speakon Output Connectors

Removable IEC Power Connector

Variable Speed Front to Rear Airflow

Two 3-pin detachable Phoenix-type connectors each accept a balanced line-level input signal

Type B USB Connector For Use With HiQnet System Architect

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HiQnet Software

Follow this Link To Download The Most Current Version of System Architect

http://hiqnet.harmanpro.com/

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DSi 8M Monitor Back Panel

Connect To Speaker Channel Outputs

Adjust Bar Graph Sensitivity

3 10-Pin Phoenix Output Connectors

Optional Input Connector

Emergency AC Power Input

Adjust Levels From Amplifier Outputs

Removable IEC Power Connector

Adjust Input from Cinema Processor

Main Input From Processor

“EX” Selector

6 HD-15 Connectors To Connect Directly to DSi Amplifiers

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Input And Output Wiring

Left

Center

Right

Subwoofer

Left / Right Surrounds

Back Left / Right Surrounds

Typical Cinema Wiring

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Amplifier Status Screens

Hold In the 3 Front Panel Buttons While Powering Up Amplifier. Screen Will Say “Press Me" and Fan Will Turn On High. Pressing Each Button Will Display Each Button’s Function.

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Amplifier Status Screens

Channel 1 & 2 Heat Sink Temperature

Press The 3 Control Buttons Simultaneously While the Amplifier Is On And Use The Next and Previous buttons to Scroll Through The Status Screens

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Amplifier Status Screens

Amplifier Firmware Version & System Architect Address

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Amplifier Status Screens

Power Supply Temperature

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Amplifier Status Screens

Programmable Fan Modes

In Hi mode the fan will turn on at 53C

In LO mode, the fan will turn on at 33C

In Fan On mode, the fan is always on high

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Amplifier Status Screens

In XTi, CDi, and DSi amplifiers, the fan will turn on in “Fan Hi” mode when the internal heat sink temperature reaches 53C.

To change the fan mode, the “Next” button is held down at start up. A more sensitive “Fan Lo” will be initiated.

The fan will turn on at 33C and off at 23C. To disable it, hold down the “Next” button at start up and the fan will return to normal.

To change to “Fan On” mode, hold down the “Sel” button at start up and the fan will stay on high continuously. To disable it, hold down the “Sel” at start up and the fan will return to normal.