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    OWNER’S MANUAL



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    Danish Audiophile Loudspeaker Industries
    DALI is a highly respected manufacturer
    of loudspeakers for music lovers around
    the world. The factory in Denmark controls
    all facilities of the loudspekaer production,
    including the development and design of
    cabinets, crossover components and
    custom drive units.
    With firstclass equipment and know-how,
    it is possible for DALI to develop and
    produce loudspeakers according to the
    highest subjective and technical standards, while maintaining close tolerance
    limits.
    DALI loudspeakers are developed subject
    to a wide range of technical parameters
    while never losing sight of the ultimate
    goal: to create loudspeakers capable of
    bringing all dimensions of music into your
    livingroom.
    With this manual DALI wishes to ensure
    that you may enjoy the expertise and
    quality invested in your loudspeakers.



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    UNPACKING
    Most DALI models are delivered in pairs. The loudspeakers are typically marked (L)
    left or (R) right. Place the loudspeakers to the left and to the right as seen from the
    listening position.
    The DALI R1000 however, are marked A or B. In this case please check the paragraph
    about placement.
    For the floor standing models spikes are included in the packing - please check this
    before discarding the packing.

    MAINTENANCE
    Use a dry soft piece of cloth (or a wrung up soft piece of cloth with a mild detergent)
    for wiping off the dust and grease from the loudspeaker’s cabinet. Please be careful
    when cleaning the loudspeaker units because the diaphragms are very sensitive.
    The grilles can be vacuum cleaned and if necessary wiped with a piece of wrung up
    fluff-free cloth with a mild detergent.

    BREAK-IN PERIOD
    A loudspeaker is a mechanical device and
    requires a “break-in” period. During the first
    period of use you will therefore notice a
    gradual improvement of the sound quality
    of the loudspeakers.
    Wear is not a problem for the DALI
    loudspeakers. Actually, regular use will
    only extend their life.
    If the loudspeakers have not been used for
    quite some time, they may need a short
    break-in period again.

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    CONNECTIONS
    Always switch off your amplifier/receiver before changing any connections. Always
    use cables of the same type and of the same length for the left and right loudspeakers.
    Always connect loudspeakers in the right side of the listening room to the output
    terminals marked (R) or (Right) on the amplifier and loudspeakers in the left side of
    the listening room to the output terminals marked (L) or (Left) on the amplifier.
    Loudspeaker cables must always be
    connected in phase between amplifier and
    loudspeaker, that is from red plus (+) terminal
    to red plus (+) terminal and from black minus
    (-) terminal to black minus (-) terminal.
    If not all loudspeakers are connected in phase
    to the stereo or surround system, you will
    experience weak bass and diffuse perspective.
    Whether you are to connect two stereo
    loudspeakers or a whole surround system you
    must follow the same guidelines. In the diagram (fig. 1) it is shown how to connect a 5
    channel surround system by using singlewiring (bi-wiring and bi-amping can be carried
    out according to the directions below).
    A stereo amplifier has two pairs of output
    terminals called Right (R) and Left (L). You
    connect the right (R) and left (L) loudspeakers
    here. A surround amplifier also has outputs for
    stereo loudspeakers typically called “Front”.
    Furthermore, the surround amplifier has
    outputs for “Center” and rear loudspeakers
    “Rear” or “Surround” (fig. 1). Please check with
    the manual for your surround amplifier.

    Fig. 1

    Tighten all connections so that cables do not get loose (do not use tools). No loose
    strands of wires should stick out, as this may cause a short circuit and damage the
    amplifier. Re-tighten the connections now and then as the connections may get loose
    after a period of time.
    Cable quality and construction does make a difference. Your should therefore always
    buy cable of good quality to ensure the best possible sound quality.

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    Single-wiring
    By single-wiring one cable is connected from
    the amplifier ’s loudspeaker output to each
    single loudspeaker.
    On those loudspeaker models having two terminal pairs, the straps delivered with the
    loudspeakers must be installed between the
    upper and lower terminal pair: one between the
    two red terminals and one between the two
    black terminals of the loudspeaker (fig. 2).
    With the straps installed, it is recommended that
    you connect the cables from the amplifier to the
    upper terminal pair.

    Fig. 2

    Bi-wiring and bi-amping
    DALI recommends that you use bi-wiring or biamping on the loudspeaker models having two
    terminal pairs. Bi-wiring provides a more clean
    and undistorted sound. Bi-amping offers an
    even better improvement on these accounts as
    well as extended dynamics.
    Before using bi-wiring or bi-amping, the metal
    straps must be removed. The lower terminal pair
    is connected to the bass section and the upper
    terminal pair is connected to the tweeter/
    midrange section.

    Fig. 3

    Bi-wiring
    For bi-wiring (fig. 3) one cable is connected to
    the lower terminal pair and another cable to the
    upper teminal pair of the loudspeaker. These
    two cables are connected to the same output
    terminal on the amplifier.

    Bi-amping
    For bi-amping (fig. 4) two identical stereo power
    amplifiers should be used. The output terminals
    of one of the amplifiers are connected to the
    lower terminal pair of the two loudspeakers and
    the output terminals of the other amplifier are
    connected to the upper terminal pair of the same
    two loudspeakers.

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    Fig. 4



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    PLACEMENT
    Even the slightest changes of a loudspeaker’s placement in a room has big influence
    on the sound. The spacious experience and the tonal balance will for instance be
    effected by this. DALI therefore recommends that you experiment to find the optimum placement. Notice that your DALI loudspeakers should not be installed in places
    where they are exposed to direct sunlight. In this connection, here are a few but
    useful pieces about placement:
    Ÿ Avoid objects between loudspeakers and
    listening position. Obstructions not letting the
    sound pass through directly to the listener
    may cause a wrong tonal balance and
    influence the spacious experience negatively.
    Ÿ By critical listening the distance between left
    (L) and right (R) front loudspeaker and
    between each of the loudspeakers and the
    central listening position should be the same
    in order to optain the best posible spacious
    reproducktion (fig. 5). DALI’s Linear Directivity
    construction principle ensures that the tonal
    balance will be almost perfect, even when you
    are not listening from a central position.

    Fig. 5

    Ÿ The loudspeaker models having a bass port
    on the rear panel should always be placed
    with free passage of air, otherwise, the bass
    level is reduced.
    Ÿ As a groundrule, DALI front loudspeakers
    should not be angled towards the listening
    position, as the loudspeakers with Linear
    Directivity have been optimized for perfect horisontal frequency response. The use of
    angling can only be recommended if the
    loudspeakers have to be placed extremely far
    from each other.
    Ÿ The center loudspeaker C1000 is especially
    designed to be placed close to the large surface of the TV screen and you can freely
    choose between a placement either over or
    under the screen (fig. 6). The front of the
    loudspeaker should be flush with the screen.
    Ÿ The rear loudspeaker R1000 is designed to
    hang on a wall at a distance of minimum 1,5
    meter above the floor (fig. 7).

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    A placement on the side wall and with R1000
    placed somewhat behind the listening position is recommended (fig. 8). The bottom
    tweeter unit in R1000 should be turned
    towards the listening position. Please notice
    that in case of side wall placement the R1000
    marked A on the rear side label is meant for
    the left rear channel and B for the right rear
    channel (with rear wall placement this is the
    other way around). This way you ensure an
    angling towards the listening position.
    Ÿ The surround sound experience is ideal if the
    loudspeakers are placed symmetrically around
    a central listening position (fig. 7). Spacious
    experience of the sound can definitely be present away from this central listening position.
    However, it will be less accurate.
    Ÿ Spend some time setting up the surround
    amplifier correctly with e.g. the correct level
    in all channels. Surround amplifiers with
    adjustment of delay times or distances
    between listening position and loudspeakers
    should be set up thoroughly by giving the
    amplifier the exact informations. Follow the
    guidelines from you amplifier manufacturer,
    the process takes time but it pays off in form
    of a perfect spacious sound scenario.

    Fig. 7

    Fig. 8

    The stand/bookcase loudspeakers DALI Blue
    1001 and 2002 should be placed and used in
    accordance with the same principles as
    mentioned above but we may add some pieces
    of good advice:
    Ÿ In order to achieve the best possible spacious
    reproduction, the loudspeakers should be
    placed so that from the listening position you
    can just see across the top plate. This can be
    done by tilting the loudspeaker (fig. 9).
    Ÿ It is possible to place DALI Blue 1001 and
    2002 high as e.g. in a bookcase, However, the
    loudspeakers should then be turned with the
    tweeter down towards the listening position in
    order to utilize the built-in qualities handling
    spacious reproduction (fig. 10). The DALI logo
    on the front grille can be rotated so that it may
    be read properly.

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    Fig. 9

    Fig. 10



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    THE LISTENING ROOM
    All listening rooms have their particular unique
    acoustic properties which has a big influence on
    how we experience the sound from the
    loudspeakers. Basically, it has to do with the way
    the room embraces the sound and then gets rid
    of it again, and you can do something about that
    yourself.
    When loudspeakers are playing in a room, you
    will not only hear the sound directly, but also a
    number of reflections from the floor, walls and
    the ceiling. These unwanted reflections can be
    dampened by things in the room such as e.g.
    book cases, plants, carpets, furniture etc.
    If the sound is on the bright side, soft things such
    as curtains, wall-to-wall carpets or spread carpets
    can help. If the living room has big window
    surfaces, closing the curtains can help.
    The quality and amount of deep bass depends
    on the size and shape of the room. The bass is
    accentuated by placing the loudspeakers near a
    side or a rear wall. A corner position normally
    accentuates the bass even more, but it also
    increases the reflections from the walls. You
    should therefore experiment with different kinds
    of placements in order to find the sound balance
    you like best.
    As a ground rule, you should avoid big, smooth
    reflecting surfaces close to the loudspeakers, as
    the reflections here will occur as phantom
    loudspeakers and will in particular destroy the
    spacious reproduction aspects. A plant, a wall
    carpet, or just a carpet on the floor in front of the
    loudspeakers can have a surprisingly big effect
    on the experienced precision of the soundstage.
    Once you have found the best position you
    should make sure that the loudspeakers are standing firmly and do not rock. As for the floor standing models it is recommended that the spikes
    delivered with the loudspeakers are mounted in
    the bottom of the cabinet. On the stand/bookcase
    models, attach the rubber feet included.

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    POWER AND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL
    A loudspeaker’s ability to “play loud” depends very much on the signal it has to
    reproduce. It will therefore be practically impossible to define an unambiguous
    maximum level so that the figure can be used in a sensible way.
    In practice, however, you can say that a lot of pure, undistorted power from a big
    amplifier is better than a distorted signal from a small amplifier pushed beyond its
    limits. The signal from a distorting (clipping) amplifier contains far more high frequency
    information than an undistorted signal, which puts a heavy strain on the tweeter unit.
    More loudspeakers are therefore destroyed by small amplifiers working too hard
    than by big amplifiers practically idling.
    By turning the tone controls up beyond the
    neutral position the strain on the loudspeakers
    and amplifier is increased considerably. Tone
    controls are meant for brushing up an old or a
    poor recording. DALI strongly recommends that
    you do not use these for compensating
    weaknesses in other parts of the system. Repositioning the loudspeakers may be just what
    it takes to achieve a much more musical result.
    Under normal circumstances an overload of the
    amplifier causes distortion (clipping) and
    reduced clarity of the sound. If you make sure
    never to turn up the volume beyond the point
    where the music remains pure and undistorted,
    usually you should experience no problems.

    DYNAMICS
    The focus is often solely put on how loud a loudspeaker can play, which is a pity
    because some of the biggest experiences in music and movies sound are found in
    the most quiet passages. Dynamics is the ability to reproduce these fine differences
    very exact and then to explode in a turmoil of sounds without distortion.
    DALI loudspeakers are able to reproduce these very fine details, partly because
    DALI use specially developed Low Loss loudspeaker units.
    A system with good dynamics can reproduce a true picture of the quality and size of
    the music event, even at low levels.
    Try listening at low levels. This can be a far more demanding test of the system’s
    ability than playing flat out at full power. Background noises from the surroundings
    must of course be kept at an absolute minimum in order to experience the full dynamics
    of the system.

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    USEFUL SPECIFICATIONS
    A lot of more or less objective measurements of loudspeakers can be made.
    Unfortunately the specifications stated are hardly ever comparable, and it is even
    more rare that they tell you something about how the loudspeaker actually sounds.
    DALI does not state the power handling of the loudspeakers, because this is a misleading and actually also not useable mesurement. Instead, DALI states sensitivity
    and maximum sound pressure level.
    A lot of people take it for granted that a 100 Watt loudspeaker can play louder than a
    50 Watt loudspeaker. Maybe it can, but the reason is not that it can endure twice the
    power. The difference is the sensitivity telling you how much of the output is actually
    used for producing sound and how much for heat.
    (It is like an electric bulb, where a 11Watt energy saving bulb glows with the same
    intensity as a 60 Watt ordinary bulb.)
    Always remember: it is the sound that matters, and the best way to evaluate it is by
    using your ears.

    Model:
    Frequency response +/-3 dB [Hz]
    Impedance [ohms]
    Bass Reflex System Resonance [Hz]
    Crossover frequency [Hz]
    Recommended amplifier power
    (8 ohms) [W]
    Sensitivity (@2,83V/1m) [dB]
    Max. SPL [dB]
    Placement

    1001

    2002

    3003

    5005

    6006

    69-24000

    41-24000

    42-24000

    37-25000

    4

    4

    4

    4

    4

    Closed

    40.0

    43.5

    36.5

    8008

    39-25000 39-25000

    C1000 R1000
    63-24000

    70-20000

    4

    4

    4

    43.0

    32.5

    58.5

    75.0

    3000

    3000

    3000

    3000

    3100

    3500

    3000

    600 &
    3000

    25 - 80

    30 - 100

    25 - 125

    25 - 150

    30 - 150

    40 - 160

    30 - 150

    25 - 80

    87.0

    88.0

    90.5

    91.5

    91.5

    91.0

    88.5

    87.0

    106

    108

    110

    111

    112

    113

    109

    105

    Stand/
    shelf

    Stand/
    shelf

    On top/
    below TV

    Wall

    Recommended distance from rear
    wall [cm]

    Floor

    Floor

    Floor

    Floor

    10 - 100

    10 - 100

    10 - 100

    10 - 100

    Height [cm]

    296

    370

    750

    860

    970

    1.000

    139

    296

    Width [cm]

    177

    215

    177

    215

    215

    252

    475

    177

    Depth [cm]

    227

    247

    249

    249

    342

    372

    250

    155

    4.2/9.3

    5.4/11.9

    8.8/19.4

    13.3/29.3

    5.7/12.6

    2.9/6.4

    Weight [kg/lbs]

    10

    18.5/40.8 22.0/48.5






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