Rear panel connections
These inputs are suitable for any ‘line level’ source equipment such as the
audio outputs of CD players, BD/DVD players, etc.
This input has a built in phono stage. Record players fitted with Phono
Cartridges of the Moving Magnet (MM) or Moving Coil (MC)
type (between 2-6mV output and 30-50k load impedance) can be used.
Low output Moving Coil types (<1mV and usually 10-1000 ohm load
impedance) cannot be directly connected and will require a matching
transformer or head amp. Please consult your dealer for details. The
‘ground’ terminals on both the record player and the SR10 should be
connected (where possible) with a ground wire for lowest noise/hum
Connect to the recording input of a tape deck, CD recorder input, etc.
For optional connection to the input socket of an active subwoofer if
Tuner aerial connections for picking up radio signals. Refer to the
‘Connections’ section of this manual. For permanent use, outdoor AM/FM
aerials are highly recommended.
For servicing use only. Do not connect anything here as it may result in
Two sets of loudspeaker terminals are available, A (main loudspeaker
terminals, top row) and B (secondary switchable loudspeaker terminals,
bottom row). Connect the wires from your left channel loudspeaker to the
Left positive and negative terminals, and the wires from the right channel
loudspeaker to the Right positive and negative terminals.
In each case, the red terminal is the positive output and the black
terminal is the negative output.
Care should be taken to ensure no stray strands of wire are shorting
speaker outputs together. Please ensure that the loudspeaker terminals
have been tightened adequately to provide a good electrical connection.
It is possible for the sound quality to be affected if the screw terminals are
The use of A and B speakers affords you an easy and inexpensive way to
create a simple multi-room system.
Note: When using two pairs of speakers, use speakers with a nominal
impedance of 8 ohms.
The SR10 is supplied with a temporary aerial for initial use. For
permanent use, outdoor aerials are highly recommended.
AM loop aerial
Connect each end of the single length antenna to the antenna terminals.
Place the antenna as far from the main system as possible to prevent
unwanted noise and to obtain optimum reception. If the AM loop aerial
provided does not provide sufficient reception, it may be necessary to use
an outdoor AM aerial.
Connect the supplied aerial to the FM 75 ohm socket. Extend and move
the aerial lead around until you get the best reception. For continued use,
we strongly recommend using a 75 ohm outdoor FM aerial.