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INTEGRA RDA7
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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Text excerpt from page 11 (click to view)
Rear panel facilities and connections
⢠Make sure that connections have been made only to the inputs selected with the INPUT SELECT switches and nothing is connected to the other ones. Warning Before replacing the fuse or making any electrical connections, always turn off the Power and disconnect the Power cord.

+ OUTPUT â (Speaker output and binding post)
The RDA-7 is equipped with high-current binding posts for use at output terminals to the speaker system. To obtain the best in sound quality from the RDA-7, we recommend the use of high-quality speaker cables. For each channel, connect the negative (or black) output post to the negative (or black) input terminal of the speaker and the positive (or red) output post to the positive (or red) input terminal of the speaker. Make the connections following the procedure given below.

12V TRIGGER IN/OUT
Connect the 12V TRIGGER IN jack to control amplifiers that have a 12V TRIGGER output jack, such as the RDC7. This jacks works on between 5 to 12 volts DC. With the Power switch of the RDA-7 set to On, you can switch the RDA-7 between the on and Standby states with operations at the control amplifier. If you want another component to be activated by turning on and off the control amplifier connected to the 12V TRIGGER IN jack of the RDA-7, then connect the 12V TRIGGER input jack of that component to the 12V TRIGGER OUT jack of the RDA-7. In this state, even if the RDA-7 is turned off, the signal from the control amplifier passes through the RDA-7 and goes out the 12V TRIGGER OUT jack. Daisy chaining is also possible using these jacks. Use Ï3.5-mm (1/8-inch) monaural-type mini-jack connectors. The tip polarity of the connectors are as shown below.
5-12 volts, positive tip polarity

1. Strip away 15 mm (5/8 inch) of wire insulation. 2. Twist wire ends very tight. 3. Unscrew 4. Insert wire 5. Screw
3 4 5 1
15 mm (5/8 inch)

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AC INLET
Plug the supplied Power cord into this AC INLET and then into the Power outlet on the wall, Be sure to read âPhasing your speaker systemâ and âSpeaker ratingsâ on the following page.
AC INLET

Caution ⢠Do not connect any devices other than speakers to these terminals. Also, never short-circuit the output from these terminals. ⢠Be sure not to mistake the positive and negative outputs or the left and right speakers. Doing so will result in an unnatural sound space. ⢠Only connect speakers with an impedance of 4 ohms or greater. If a speaker with an impedance of less than 4 ohms is connected, it may damage the RDA-7. ⢠Do not connect more than one speaker cable to one output terminal. Doing may damage the RDA-7.

Power cord (supplied) To an AC wall outlet

⢠Do not use a Power cord other than the one supplied with the RDA-7. The Power cord supplied is designed for use with the RDA-7 and should not be used with any other device. ⢠Never have the Power cord disconnected from the RDA-7 while the other end is plugged into the wall outlet. Doing so may cause an electric shock. Always connect by plugging into the wall outlet last and disconnect by unplugging from the wall outlet first.

Fuse
The RDA-7 uses a 250V AC slow-blow (time lag) main fuse. To replace the fuse, insert a coin or similar object into the groove, turn it to the left, and remove the fuse. Replace only with the same type and same rating. The correct fuse rating will differ depending on the voltage of your set as given here. 120V:T15A/250V 220V/230V/240V:T10A/250V

Ground
If connecting the unit to another equipment causes noise such as a hum, you may improve the reproduced sound quality by connecting this terminal to the grounding terminal of the connected equipment with a lead wire.

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