User manual ELECTRO-VOICE 3303 DATASHEET

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[. . . ] Check the specifications of the speaker stand to be certain it is capable of supporting the weight of the speaker. Place the speaker stand on a flat, stable surface and be sure to fully extend the legs of the stand. Do not try to make the stand "taller" and compromise its structural integrity. Do not attempt to suspend more than one speaker on a stand designed for a single speaker. [. . . ] Do not attempt to suspend more than one speaker on a stand designed for a single speaker. Unless you are confident that you can safely handle lifting the weight of the speaker onto the stand, ask another person to help you place it. Route cables and position the stand so that performers, production crew and audience members will not trip over the stand or cables and pull the speaker system over. Ground Stack: The Electro-Voice® TX2152 can be vertically stacked on a TX2181 to elevate the horn above the audience. Unless you can safely lift the weight of the loudspeaker on to the ground stack, have another person to help you place it. When using subs on a surface that is hard or slick, take precautions to prevent the stacks from "walking". When using a ground stack in windy outdoor conditions, when the surface is slippery, or when in adverse conditions, Electro-Voice® recommends using a ratchet strap to secure the speakers. Hearing Exposure: Electro-Voice® Tour X loudspeakers are capable of producing sound pressure levels sufficient to produce permanent hearing damage. Caution should be taken to avoid prolonged exposure to sound pressure levels exceeding 90 dB. Moisture: Electro-Voice® does not recommend using Tour X loudspeakers in the rain or in high moisture environments without protection. Electro-Voice® Tour X Owner's Manual 2 Description The Electro-Voice® Tour X professional loudspeakers are a unique and highly-functional package of pro audio performance, versatility and aesthetics. The yellow wire corresponds to the positive terminal, and the yellow and black wire corresponds to the negative terminal. Reattach the grille using the (6 or 8) screws (reverse of Figure 8). TX1152 or TX2152 Loudspeaker (TX1152 Shown) Horn Screw (x12) Loudspeaker Grille Horn/ High-Frequency Subassembly Figure 9: Removing the Horn from the Enclosure Grille Screw (x6) or (x8) Figure 8: Removing the Grille from the Enclosure 7 Figure 10: Rotating the Horn to Desired Horn Pattern Electro-Voice® Tour X Owner's Manual Rotating the Logo All Tour X loudspeakers have logos that can be rotated (horizontally or vertically) to the user's desired orientation. The logo is mounted on a spacer that has the signature "backbone" notch profile of Tour X grilles. Remove the (6 or 8) screws that attach the grille to the enclosure (Figure 8). Remove the (1) screw on the back of the grille that attaches the spacer to the grille (Figure 11). Rotate the logo and spacer (in increments of 90°) to the desired orientation (Figure 12). Reattach the spacer to the grille using the (1) screw (reverse of Figure 11). Be sure that the screw is tight enough so as not to rattle during use, but not so tight the logo warps inward. Reattach the grille using the (6 or 8) screws (reverse of Figure 8). Loudspeaker Grille Logo and Logo Spacer Logo Spacer Screw Figure 11: Removing the Screw from the back of the Grille Electro-Voice® Tour X Owner's Manual Figure 12: Rotating the Logo and Spacer to the Desired Orientation 8 TX-W1 Wheel Kit for 3303 and TX2181 The 3303 and TX2181 loudspeakers have (6) mounting points for the TX-W1 Wheel Kit on their rear panels. The TX-W1 Wheel Kit is made up of (2) skid plates with (2) castors on each skid plate. [. . . ] Reattach the grille using the (6 or 8) screws (reverse of Figure 8). Loudspeaker Grille Logo and Logo Spacer Logo Spacer Screw Figure 11: Removing the Screw from the back of the Grille Electro-Voice® Tour X Owner's Manual Figure 12: Rotating the Logo and Spacer to the Desired Orientation 8 TX-W1 Wheel Kit for 3303 and TX2181 The 3303 and TX2181 loudspeakers have (6) mounting points for the TX-W1 Wheel Kit on their rear panels. The TX-W1 Wheel Kit is made up of (2) skid plates with (2) castors on each skid plate. When mounted on the rear of a 3303 or TX2181, they can greatly reduce setup time and virtually eliminate the need to carry subwoofers. Remove the (6) screws on the rear of the 3303 or TX2181 loudspeaker (Figure 13). [. . . ]

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