User manual AUDIO TECHNICA ATLP5
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[. . . ] Direct Drive Turntable
- AT-LP5 with Analog and USB Outputs Platine tourne-disque à entraînement direct AT-LP5 sorties RCA analogiques et USB Giradisco de tracciòn directa AT-LP5 con salidas RCA estéreo analogico y USB
Installation and Operation Pages 2-7 Installation et utilisation Pages 8-13 Instalación y funcionamiento Páginas 14-19
Direct Drive Turntable with Analog and USB Outputs
Safety instructions 1. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. [. . . ] The audio output cable’s Red RCA-type plug is the Right channel; the White plug is the Left channel. If the system you are using has a phono input, set the pre-amplifier selector switch to the PHONO position and connect the turntable’s output cables to the phono inputs on your system, observing Red for Right channel and White for Left channel, in addition connect the grounding line attached to the stereo RCA / RCA cables to the ground terminals. If your system does not have a magnetic phono input, set the pre-amplifier selector switch to LINE and connect the turntable’s output to the Auxiliary (AUX) or other high-level inputs on your system, observing Red for Right channel and White for Left channel. When using the turntable with a computer sound card, set the switch to LINE and connect the turntable's stereo output to the audio line input on the computer sound card. Note: An audio adapter (not included) may be required to interface the two RCA outputs (L + R) of the turntable to the computer sound card input. Temporarily secure the tonearm in the tonearm rest with the locking clamp. Attach the headshell/cartridge assembly by inserting it into the socket at the front of the tonearm [See Figure 4]. It is good practice to hold the headshell assembly by the left and right edges of the headshell to reduce the possibility of damaging the stylus or disrupting the cartridge wiring. While holding the headshell in position, rotate the headshell locking ring counter-clockwise (to the left). As the ring turns, it pulls the headshell into its seated position (rotate the ring a full turn to the right to permit removal of the headshell). With the black dial toward the front, use a screwing motion to attach the counterweight to the arm extending back from the tonearm pivot [Figure 2, page 4, #16]; the counterweight will engage the spiral groove in the rear arm section and move forward. Carefully place the turntable platter on the center spindle, making certain the platter is fully seated on the spindle. Insert the T-shaped ends of the dust cover hinges into the two hinge receptacles located at the back of the turntable housing. When properly installed, the flat part of the cover hinges should be facing away from the turntable housing at about a 45° angle. Holding the dust cover over the turntable, carefully guide the cover hinges into the two slots molded into the rear of the dust cover. The springs in the hinges allow the cover to be held open at about a 45° angle if desired. (Note: There is only one “open” position; the hinges do NOT permit the cover to stand “straight up. To remove the dust cover from the turntable, gently disengage the hinges from the slots in the cover. This is usually easier when the cover is in the “closed” position. Slowly and carefully lift straight up until the cover is clear of the unit. Refer to the specifications section for tracking force value of the cartridge that shipped with the turntable. Analog Audio Connections Connect the audio output cable to the appropriate input sockets on your amplifier, receiver, powered speakers, soundcard or other device based on the setting of the pre-amplifier selector switch. [. . . ] Lower the tonearm by moving the tonearm lift control lever to the DOWN position. or – (skipping 2 - 3 - 4) Use the finger-lift on the headshell assembly to position the tonearm over the desired location on the record. Note that the built-in phono pre-amplifier has a 36 dB gain with an input impedance of 47k ohms and is intended to be used exclusively with moving magnet cartridges such as the supplied AT95EX. When using a moving coil cartridge it is essential to bypass the built in pre-amplifier section switch (Figure 3, page 4, #18) by setting to the phono position. [. . . ]
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