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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
MATRIX AMPLIFIER MA-725F
MATRIX PRE-AMPLIFIER MM-700F
Thank you for purchasing TOA's Matrix Amplifier.
Please carefully follow the instructions in this manual to ensure long, trouble-free use of your equipment.
TOA Corporation
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  • Page 1

    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

    MATRIX AMPLIFIER

    MA-725F

    MATRIX PRE-AMPLIFIER

    MM-700F

    Thank you for purchasing TOA's Matrix Amplifier.
    Please carefully follow the instructions in this manual to ensure long, trouble-free use of your equipment.

    TOA Corporation



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    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.

    8.
    9.
    9.1.
    9.2.
    9.3.
    9.4.
    9.5.
    9.6.
    10.
    10.1.
    10.2.
    10.3.
    11.
    11.1
    11.2
    11.3
    12.
    13.
    14.
    15.
    16.

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION
    FEATURES
    HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
    INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONSS
    NOMENCLATURE AND FUNCTIONS
    [Front]
    [Rear]
    CONNECTION EXAMPLES
    CONNECTION
    Removable Terminal Plug Connection
    How to Connect Input Signals
    Speaker Output Signal Connections
    MOH Output Connections
    LINE Output Connections
    Remote Control Equipment Connections
    MUTING FUNCTIONS
    Manual Mute
    Auto Mute
    Priority Mix
    OPERATION
    Input Selection Function
    EQ Preset Selections
    Using the WP-700 Remote Controller
    RACK MOUNTING BRACKET ATTACHMENT
    PROTECTION
    BLOCK DIAGRAMS
    DIMENSIONAL DIAGRAM
    SPECIFICATIONS

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    1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

















    Read these instructions.
    Keep these instructions.
    Heed all warnings.
    Follow all instructions.
    Do not use this apparatus near water.
    Clean only with dry cloth.
    Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
    Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
    (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
    Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
    with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The
    wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. 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.
    Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
    Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer,
    sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the
    cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
    Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
    Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
    damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
    have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
    normally, or has been dropped.

    INSTRUCTIONS ESSENTIELLES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ

















    Lire ces instructions.
    Conserver ces instructions pour référence ultérieure.
    Respecter tous les avertissements.
    Suivre toutes les instructions.
    Ne pas utiliser cet appareil à proximité d'eau.
    Nettoyer uniquement à l'aide d'un chiffon sec.
    Ne pas obstruer les orifices de ventilation. Installer conformément aux instructions du fabricant.
    Ne pas installer à proximité de sources de chaleur telles que des radiateurs, des registres thermiques,
    des chaudières ou d'autres appareils (notamment des amplificateurs) produisant de la chaleur.
    Ne pas contourner la fonction de sécurité de la fiche polarisée ou de mise à la terre. Une fiche polarisée
    est équipée de deux broches, dont l'une est plus large que l'autre. Une fiche de mise à la terre est
    équipée de deux broches et d'une troisième pour la mise à la terre. Cette dernière, la plus large, est
    prévue à des fins de sécurité. Si la fiche fournie ne peut être insérée dans la prise électrique souhaitée,
    consulter un électricien pour faire remplacer cette dernière.
    Protéger le cordon d'alimentation pour éviter qu'il ne soit piétiné ou pincé, notamment au niveau des
    fiches, des prises de courant ou de son point de sortie de l'appareil.
    Utiliser uniquement les accessoires spécifiés par le fabricant.
    Utiliser uniquement avec le chariot, support, trépied, la patte de montage ou la table
    spécifiés par le fabricant ou vendus avec l'appareil. En cas d'utilisation d'un
    chariot,manipuler la combinaison chariot/appareil pour éviter les blessures dues à un
    renversement.
    Débrancher cet appareil pendant les orages ainsi que lorsqu'il reste inutilisé pendant
    une période prolongée.
    La maintenance de l'appareil doit être confiée à un technicien après-vente qualifié.
    Une maintenance s'avère nécessaire si l'appareil est endommagé (au niveau du cordon d'alimentation ou
    de la fiche), a été mouillé par un liquide, un objet est tombé à l'intérieur, s'il a été exposé à la pluie ou
    l'humidité, s'il ne fonctionne pas normalement ou s'il est tombé.

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    2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
    • Before installation or use, be sure to carefully read all the instructions in this section for correct and safe
    operation.
    • Be sure to follow all the precautionary instructions in this section, which contain important warnings and/or
    cautions regarding safety.
    • After reading, keep this manual handy for future reference.

    Safety Symbol and Message Conventions
    Safety symbols and messages described below are used in this manual to prevent bodily injury and property
    damage which could result from mishandling. Before operating your product, read this manual first and
    understand the safety symbols and messages so you are thoroughly aware of the potential safety hazards.

    When Installing the Unit

    • External wiring connected to the terminals marked

    • Do not expose the unit to rain or an environment

    with … requires installation by an instructed person.

    where it may be splashed by water or other liquids, as
    doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
    • Use the unit only with the voltage specified on the
    unit. Using a voltage higher than that which is
    specified may result in fire or electric shock.
    • Do not cut, kink, otherwise damage nor modify the
    power supply cord. In addition, avoid using the power
    cord in close proximity to heaters, and never place
    heavy objects -- including the unit itself–on the power
    cord, as doing so may result in fire or electric shock.

    • The apparatus shall be connected to a mains socket

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    outlet with a protective earthing connection.

    When the Unit is in Use
    • Should the following irregularity be found during use,
    immediately switch off the power, disconnect the
    power supply plug from the AC outlet and contact
    your nearest TOA dealer. Make no further attempt to
    operate the unit in this condition as this may cause
    fire or electric shock.



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    • If you detect smoke or a strange smell coming from












    the unit.
    If water or any metallic object gets into the unit.
    If the unit falls, or the unit case breaks.
    If the power supply cord is damaged (exposure of the
    core, disconnection, etc.)
    If it is malfunctioning (no tone sounds.)
    To prevent a fire or electric shock, never open nor
    remove the unit case as there are high voltage
    components inside the unit. Refer all servicing such
    as modification inside the unit to qualified service
    personnel.
    Do not place cups, bowls, or other containers of liquid
    or metallic objects on top of the unit. If they
    accidentally spill into the unit, this may cause a fire or
    electric shock.
    Do not insert nor drop metallic objects or flammable
    materials in the ventilation slots of the unit's cover, as
    this may result in fire or electric shock.
    Do not touch a plug during thunder and lightning, as
    this may result in electric shock.

    • To avoid electric shocks, be sure to switch off the
    unit's power when connecting speakers.

    • The unit is designed exclusively to be mounted in an
    equipment rack. Be sure to follow the instructions
    below when rack-mounting the unit. Failure to do so
    may cause a fire or personal injury.
    • Install the equipment rack on a stable, hard floor. Fix it
    with anchor bolts or take other arrangements to
    prevent it from falling down.
    • Be sure to use the screws with a diameter of over 5
    mm (0.2") and length of over 12 mm (0.47") to mount
    the unit.
    • When connecting the unit's power cord to an AC
    outlet, use the AC outlet with current capacity
    allowable to the unit.

    When the Unit is in Use
    • Make sure to set all output level controls to 0 position
    before power is switched on.

    • Loud noise produced when power is switched on with



    When Installing the Unit



    • Never plug in nor remove the power supply plug with
    wet hands, as doing so may cause electric shock.
    • When unplugging the power supply cord, be sure to
    grasp the power supply plug; never pull on the cord
    itself. Operating the unit with a damaged power
    supply cord may cause a fire or electric shock.
    • When moving the unit, be sure to remove its power
    supply cord from the wall outlet. Moving the unit with
    the power cord connected to the outlet may cause
    damage to the power cord, resulting in fire or electric
    shock. When removing the power cord, be sure to
    hold its plug to pull.
    • Avoid installing the unit in humid or dusty locations, in
    locations exposed to the direct sunlight, near the
    heaters, or in locations generating sooty smoke or
    steam as doing otherwise may result in fire or electric
    shock.





    any of those controls set to the position other than 0
    position can impair hearing.
    Do not operate the unit for an extended period of time
    with the sound distorting. Doing so may cause the
    connected speakers to heat, resulting in a fire.
    Contact your TOA dealer as to the cleaning. If dust is
    allowed to accumulate in the unit over a long period of
    time, a fire or damage to the unit may result.
    If dust accumulates on the power supply plug or in the
    wall AC outlet, a fire may result. Clean it periodically.
    In addition, insert the plug in the wall outlet securely.
    Turn off this unit's power switch, and unplug the
    power supply plug from the AC outlet for safety
    purposes when cleaning or leaving the unit unused for
    10 days or more. Doing otherwise may cause a fire or
    electric shock.
    The lighting flash with arrowhead symbol,
    within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
    alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
    "dangerous voltage" within the product's
    enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
    to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

    CONSEILS DE SÉCURITÉ
    • Avant l'installation ou l'utilisation, lire attentivement l'ensemble des instructions de cette section pour un
    fonctionnement correct et sûr.
    • Veiller à respecter les précautions recommandées dans cette section, laquelle contient des mises en
    garde
    • et/ou précautions importantes en matière de sécurité.
    • Après lecture, conserver ce manuel à portée de main pour consultation ultérieure.

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    Symboles de sécurité et conventions
    Les symboles et messages de sécurité décrits ci-dessous sont utilisés dans cette notice pour prévenir tout
    dommage corporel ou matériel pouvant résulter d'une mauvaise utilisation. Lire attentivement cette notice
    pour comprendre parfaitement les symboles et messages de sécurité afin de prévenir tout risque éventuel.

    Lors de l'installation de l'appareil
    • Ne pas exposer l'appareil à la pluie et le protéger de









    tout contact avec de l'eau ou d'autres liquids afin
    d'éviter un incendie ou une electrocution.
    Utilisez l'appareil uniquement avec la tension
    spécifiée sur le chargeur. L'utilisation d'une tension
    supérieure à celle spécifiée peut être à l'origine d'un
    incendie ou d'une electrocution.
    Ne pas couper, entortiller, modifier ou endommager le
    cordon d'alimentation. En outre, éviter d'utiliser le
    cordon d'alimentation à proximité d'un radiateur et ne
    jamais placer d'objets lourds (y compris l'appareil
    lui-même) sur le cordon d'alimentation, car ceci
    présente un risqué d'incendie ou d'électrocution.
    Les câbles externes branchés aux bornes marquées
    de .… doivent être installé par un technicien
    spécialement formé.
    L'appareil doit être branché à une prise d'alimentation
    avec mise à la terre de protection.

    Pendant l'utilisation de l'appareil
    • En cas de survenue des irrégularités suivantes
    pendant l'utilisation, couper immédiatement
    l'alimentation, débrancher la fiche du cordon
    d'alimentation de l'adaptateur secteur de la prise
    secteur et contacter le représentant TOA le plus
    proche. Ne pas essayer pas d'utiliser l'appareil dans
    ces conditions sous peine de provoquer un incendie
    ou une électrocution.

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    • Détection de fumée ou d'une odeur inhabituelle
    émanant de l'appareil.

    • Pénétration d'eau ou d'un objet métallique dans
    l'appareil.

    • Chute ou endommagement de l'appareil
    • Dégradation du cordon d'alimentation (âme du câble
    dénudée, déconnexion etc.).

    • Dysfonctionnement (absence de tonalité).
    • Pour empêcher un incendie ou une électrocution, ne
    jamais ouvrir ni ne retirer le boîtier de l'appareil, en
    raison de la préswence de pièces à haute tension.
    Toutes les opérations de maintenance, notamment
    les modifications apportées à l'intérieur de la
    machine, doivent être réalisées par un technicien
    qualifié.
    • Ne pas placer de tasses, bols ou autres recipients
    remplis de liquides ou d'objets métalliques au-dessus
    de l'appareil. S'ils se répandent par accident sur
    l'appareil, ils peuvent provoquer un incendie ou une
    électrocution.
    • Ne pas insérer ni laisser tomber d'objets métalliques
    ou de matériaux inflammables dans les évents de
    ventilation du capot de l'appareil sous peine de
    provoquer un incendie ou une électrocution.
    • Ne pas toucher la fiche du cordon d'alimentation
    pendant un orage - Risque d'électrocut.



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    Lors de l'installation de l'appareil
    • Ne jamais brancher, ni débrancher la fiche du cordon
    d'alimentation avec les mains mouillées. Risque
    d'électrocution.
    • Pour débrancher le cordon d'alimentation, veiller à le












    fiche du cordon d'alimentation de l'adaptateur secteur
    de la prise murale. Si le chargeur est déplacé avec le
    cordon d'alimentation branché dans la prise, ce
    dernier risque d'être endommagé, ce qui présente un
    risque d'incendie ou d'électrocution. Pour retirer le
    cordon d'alimentation, le tirer par la prise.
    Éviter d'installer l'appareil dans un endroit humide ou
    poussiéreux, en plein soleil, à proximité d'un
    radiateur, ou dans un endroit dégageant de la fumée
    noire ou de la vapeur sous peine de provoquer un
    incendie ou une électrocution.
    Pour éviter les chocs électriques, veiller à débrancher
    l'appareil avant de connecter les haut-parleurs.
    Cet appareil doit uniquement être monté dans unbâti.
    Veiller à suivre les instructions ci-dessous lors du
    montage en bâti.
    Risque d'incendie ou de blessure corporelle.
    Installer le bâti sur un sol stable.
    Le fixer à l'aide de boulons d'ancrage ou d'un autre
    dispositif pour l'empêcher de tomber.
    Lors du montage de l'appareil, veiller à utilizer une vis
    de plus de 5mm (0,2") de diamètre et de plus de
    12mm (0,47") de longueur.
    Pour brancher le cordon d'alimentation à une prise
    CA, vérifier l'intensité maximale de l'appareil.

    Pendant l'utilisation de l'appareil
    • Mettre toutes les commandes du niveau sortie en
    position 0 avant que l'alimentation ne soit restituée.Si

    par sa fiche; ne jamais tirer directement le cordon.
    Utiliser l'appareil avec un cordon d'alimentation
    endommagé peut présenter un risque d'incendie ou
    d'électrocution.
    • Lors du déplacement de l'appareil, veiller à retirer la









    l'appareil est mis sous tension alors que ces
    commandes ne sont pas en position 0, un bruit fort au
    point de dégrader l'audition risque d'être émis.
    Ne pas utiliser l'appareil pendant une période
    prolongée si le son est distordu. Les haut-parleurs
    branchés risquent de surchauffer et de provoquer un
    incendie.
    Pour nettoyer l'appareil, contacter votre revendeur
    TOA. L'accumulation de poussière pendant une
    période prolongée peut entraîner un incendie ou une
    dégradation de l'appareil.
    L'accumulation de poussière sur la fiche du cordon
    d'alimentation ou dans la prise secteur présente un
    risque d'incendie. Les nettoyer régulièrement. Par
    ailleurs, insérer complètement la fiche dans la prise
    murale.
    Par mesure de sécurité, lors du nettoyage ou lorsque
    l'appareil n'est pas utilisé pendant 10 jours ou plus,
    couper l'alimentation, et débrancher la fiche du
    cordon d'alimentation de l'adaptateur secteur de la
    prise secteur - Risque d'incendie ou d'électrocution.
    L'éclair accompagné d'un symbole
    représentant une pointe de flèche à l'intérieur
    d'un triangle équilatéral avertit l'utilisateur de la
    présence d'une "tension dangereuse" à
    l'intérieur de l'enceinte dutéléviseur, dont la
    magnitude peut êtresuffisante pour constituer
    un risque dechoc électrique pour les
    personnes

    3. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
    TOA's MA-725F matrix amplifier and MM-700F is all-in-one solution for multi-channel or multi-zone
    applications combined 6x4 audio matrix, DSP and 4ch Class-D amplifier (*) into one chassis. It is equipped
    with 4 independent line inputs, 2 MIC/LINE priority inputs. Each output has independent DSP preset
    adjustment also comes with input source matrix selection. It features a high power handling (250Wx4 @
    70V/100V) (*) and various inputs capabilities. Its wide range of applications include general or emergency
    announcement and background music playing at restaurants, pubs, retail stores, schools, offices and etc.
    (*) MA-725F only

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    4. FEATURES
    • 4 stereo-summing line inputs with matrix routing to 4 amplifier outputs.
    • Each line input has input level adjustment and assign restriction setting for each output to prevent wrong
    routing selection.
    • 2 priority MIC/LINE inputs with different priority level for paging or other pre-recorded source can override
    the selected line input on assigned output channels.
    • Each priority input also has input level, mute sensitivity and mute hold time adjustments.
    • Each output channel is equipped with 250W Class-D amplifier at 70V/100V output voltage selectable with
    independent DSP preset selection and 50Hz HPF for the protection of connected speakers. (*)
    • Selectable DSP preset selections include general EQs, like Loudness curves, TOA speaker EQs and
    crossover settings to be used with sub-woofers.
    • Each output channel also has auxiliary line output to deliver the audio to other system.
    • This matrix doesn’t need any GUI or network connection for setup at site. (Maintenance purpose only)
    • Optional wall mount remote control, WP-700 can be connected via CAT-5 straight LAN cable to control
    line input selections and output volume of each output.
    • Class-D amplifier has a lot of protection features against over current, high temperature and short circuit
    of speaker lines at each output channel individually. (*)
    • Power supply with Power Factor Correction for reduced power consumption and world-wide operating
    range. (*)
    (*) MA-725F only

    5. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
    • Keep the input cable away from the output cable. If installed close to each other, oscillation could occur.
    • To avoid unit failures, never connect outputs of 2 or more channels in parallel.
    • Only connect speakers with an impedance equal to or greater than those specified. Connecting speakers
    with a smaller impedance than specified could cause damage to the unit.
    • Install the unit in locations where the temperature is between –10°C and +40°C (14°F and 104°F) and the
    moisture is less than 90%RH (no dew condensation must be formed).
    • To clean, be sure to first turn off this unit's power switch, then wipe with a dry cloth. When the unit gets
    very dirty, use a cloth damped in a neutral cleanser. Never use benzene, thinner, alcohol, or
    chemically-treated cleaning cloth because such volatile liquids could deform or discolor the unit.

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    6. INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS

    • When mounting the unit in an equipment rack, the inside of the rack must be sufficiently ventilated.
    To achieve sufficient ventilation, remove all panels on the rear of the rack.
    • When mounting the unit in the rack, also mount a Perforated Panel larger than 1U in size
    (1) at the top and the bottom of the rack, and
    (2) above and below every 5 units.

    * 1U size = 44.5 mm or 1.75" (reference size)

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    7. NOMENCLATURE AND FUNCTIONS
    [Front]

    1

    POWER SIWITCH [ON /OFF]
    Press this switch to turn on the amplifier, press the switch again to turn off the amplifier.

    2.

    POWER INDICATOR [POWER] (Blue)
    During the power on process the indicator flashes, after amplifier is ready, the indicator lights.

    3.

    CH1 OUTPUT LEVEL CONTROL
    Adjust CH1 output level
    Note: The functionality of CH2, CH3, CH4 is the same as CH1.

    4.

    CH1 SIGNAL, PEAK, PROTECT INDICATOR (Green, Red, Red)
    SIGNAL Indicator: When output level exceeds -36 dBV, the SIGNAL indicator lights.
    PEAK Indicator: Lights red when an output signal clips (distortion occurs).
    Note: When the Peak indicator lights, turn the output level control (3) counterclockwise until its light
    extinguishes or decrease the input signal level of the connected external device. Operating the
    unit while the Peak indicator remains lights may cause the protection circuitry to be activated.
    PROTECT Indicator (*): Lights or blinks when the protection circuitry is activated. (See p. 27;
    Protection Operation List.) When the power is switched on, this indicator lights for about 2 seconds and
    then extinguishes.
    Note: The functionality of CH2, CH3, CH4 is the same as CH1.

    5.

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    LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 INPUT SIGNAL INDICATOR (Green)
    When LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 input signal is exceed -47dBV, the indicator lights.



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    6.

    PRIORITY INPUT SIGNAL INDICATOR [PRIORITY 1, PRIORITY 2] (Green, Green)
    PRIORITY INPUT SIGNAL1 Indicator: When the priority input 1 signal (14) exceed -36dBV
    (line)/-86dBV (mic) the indicator lights.
    PRIORITY INPUT SIGNAL2 Indicator: When the priority input 2 signal (14) exceed -36dBV
    (line)/-86dBV (mic), the indicator lights.

    7.

    CH1 PRIORITY INDICATOR [PRIORITY1, PRIORITY2] (Green, Green)
    PRIORITY 1 Indicator:When PRIORITY 1 is activated and assigned to CH1 output, the indicator lights.
    PRIORITY 2 Indicator:When PRIORITY 2 is activated and assigned to CH1 output, the indicator rights.
    Note: 1. When PRIORITY MIX 1+2 switch is turned on and activated, these two indicator light at the same time.
    2. The functionality of CH2, CH3, CH4 is the same as CH1.

    8.

    CH1 PRIORITY INDICATOR [REMOTE] (Yellow)
    When remote control panel WP-700 is connected to CH1 of REMOTE TERMINALS, the indicator lights.
    At this time, both output level and input source selection could be changed by connected WP-700.
    Note: 1. When WP-700 is connected, CH1 OUTPUT LEVEL CONTROL (3) and CH1 INPUT SELECT SWITCH (5)
    on the front panel are defeated and controlled by WP-700.
    2. When WP-700 is disconnected, the output level goes back to the setting of CH1 OUTPUT LEVEL
    CONTROL( 3)
    3. The functionality of CH2, CH3, CH4 is the same as CH1.

    9.

    CH1 INPUT SELECT SWITCH 1 - 4
    Select from LINE 1-4 inputs as the input source for amplifier CH1 output. Select again on the previous
    selected input turns off the selection of input source.
    Note:

    The functionality of CH2, CH3, CH4 is the same as CH1.

    10. CH1 INPUT SELECT INDICATOR [1, 2, 3, 4] (Green)
    The led will light with respect to the input select by the INPUT SELECT SWITCH (5) other channel which
    is not selected will turn off.
    Note: The functionality of CH2, CH3, CH4 is the same as CH1.
    (*) MA-725F only

    [Rear]

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    11. AC inlet
    Connect the supplied power cord to this inlet. The socket-outlet should be installed near the equipment
    and the plug (disconnected device) shall be easily accessible.
    12. Functional ground terminal [SIGNAL GND]
    Hum noise may be generated when external equipment is connected to the unit. Connecting this
    terminal to the functional ground terminal of the external equipment may reduce the hum noise.
    13. LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 INPUT TERMINAL
    10 kΩ,–10 dB*,unbalanced RCA Jack (Upper and lower of RCA input signal is mixed)
    Connect music source equipment: e.g: CD players.
    14. LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 INPUT LEVEL CONTROL
    Adjust the input level (sensitivity) of LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4.
    15. ASSIGNMENT RESTRICTION DIP SWITCHES (LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4)
    Assign restriction LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 to CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 outputs.
    LINE 1 ASSIGNMENT RESTRICTIONS:
    Switch No.
    1
    2
    3
    4

    ON
    OFF
    LINE 1 can’t be assigned to CH1
    LINE 1 can be assigned to CH1
    LINE 1 can’t be assigned to CH2
    LINE 1 can be assigned to CH2
    LINE 1 can’t be assigned to CH3
    LINE 1 can be assigned to CH3
    LINE 1 can’t be assigned to CH4
    LINE 1 can be assigned to CH4
    Note: 1) The functionality for LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE4 is the same as LINE 1.

    2) When the assignment restriction is set, both INPUT SELECT SWITCH (10) or connected
    WP-700, are not allowed to select the restricted channel.
    16. MIC/LINE input terminal (PRIORITY 1, PRIORITY 2)
    MIC: 2.2K, –60 dB*/ LINE: 2.2K, –10 dB*, electronically-balanced inputs of 3-pin removable terminal
    block type.
    Connect microphone or line level music source equipment. MIC/LINE gain could be from the PRIORITY
    FUNCTIONAL DIP SWITCH (20) #6.
    17. MIC/LINE input level control (PRIORITY 1, PRIORITY 2)
    Adjust the input level (sensitivity) of the MIC/LINE
    18. Manual mute terminal
    Open voltage: DC 3.3V, Short current: <5mA
    1) When (+), (-) shorted: The selected LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE3, LINE4 input signal to CH1, CH2, CH3,
    CH4 output will be muted, and switch to the page channel (1st ~4th switch of (20)) that have been
    assigned by PRIORITY 1, PRIORITY 2 inputs.
    2) When (+), (-) opened:CH 1, CH 2, CH 3, CH 4 output will gradually recovered from the previous
    assigned LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE3, LINE4 signal. The recovery time is controlled by the HOLD TIME
    control (19).
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    19. MUTE SENSE control (PRIORITY 1, PRIORITY 2)
    Adjust the threshold (sensitivity) of the mute function of the PRIORITY 1, PRIORITY 2 inputs. In other
    words, if PRIORITY 1, PRIORITY 2 input signal exceed the threshold that set by MUTE SENSE, it will
    mute the LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 signal to CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 outputs. Rotate clockwise will
    raise the sensitivity, counter-clockwise will lower the sensitivity.
    20. HOLD TIME control (PRIORITY 1, PRIORITY 2)
    Adjust the recovery time of the LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 to CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 outputs. Rotate
    clockwise will increase the recovery time (maximum 10sec), counter-clockwise will decrease the
    recovery time (minimum 50ms)
    21. PRIORITY FUNCTIONAL DIP SWITCH (PRIORITY 1, PRIORITY 2)
    Control the functionality of the PRIORITY 1 and PRIORITY 2
    Switch No.
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6

    ON
    PRIORITY 1/2 can be switched to CH1 output
    PRIORITY 1/2 can be switched to CH2 output
    PRIORITY 1/2 can be switched to CH3 output
    PRIORITY 1/2 can be switched to CH4 output
    The mute function is controlled by the PRIORITY
    1/2 input signal or manual mute (16)
    PRIORITY 1/2 input gain switch to MIC level

    OFF
    PRIORITY 1/2 cannot be switched to CH1 output
    PRIORITY 1/2 cannot be switched to CH2 output
    PRIORITY 1/2 cannot be switched to CH3 output
    PRIORITY 1/2 cannot be switched to CH4 output
    The mute function is only controlled by the
    manual mute (16)
    PRIORITY 1/2 input gain switch to LINE level

    22. PRIORITY MIX1+2 switch
    Control the input mode of the PRIORITY 1/2
    ON
    PRIORITY 1 and PRIORITY 2 will be mixed and output
    to CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 when mute activated. The
    PRIORITY FUNCTIONAL DIP SWITCH (20), MUTE
    SENSE control (18), HOLD TIME control (19) will be
    followed by PRIORITY 1’s setting

    OFF
    The PRIORITY 1 has the higher priority level than
    PRIORITY 2. When There is mute function activated.
    Unit will output PRIORITY 1’s input first.

    23. EQ BANKS and PRESETS SELECTION

    The 2-bit DIP switch select the bank of respect to the 16 EQ presets. Total 4 banks.

    The 4-bit rotary switch selects 16 EQ presets from each banks.
    Note: The functionality of CH2, CH3, CH4 is the same as CH1.
    Please see page 23, "11.2 EQ preset selections" for more details.
    24. HPF SWITCH (*)
    Control the activation of HPF (High Pass filter) on outputs.
    ON
    The CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 will has 50Hz, -12dB/oct. high
    pass filter on output. This is useful to protect the speaker
    when the transformer of the distribute speaker couldn’t
    handle low frequency.

    OFF

    The output frequency response is flat from 20Hz to
    20kHz.

    25. REMOTE TERMINALS (CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 remote controls)
    RJ45 connector, use for connecting the remote module WP-700.
    After connecting WP-700 could provide the following functionality:
    1) Switch the input source LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 to CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 outputs.
    2) Adjust the volume of connected channel.
    Note: When the WP-700 is connected, the OUTPUT LEVEL CONTROL (3) on front panel and INPUT
    SELECT SWITCH (10) won’t be functional. It means this two function will follow WP-700 setting. Also,
    the REMOTE INDICATOR (8) will light.
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    26. REMOTE LINK SWITCH (CH1-2, CH3-4)
    CH1-2:
    ON
    CH1, CH2 could control the CH1 and CH2’s volume and
    input selection by one WP-700 at the same time. The
    REMOTE INDICATOR on CH1 and CH2 will light at the
    same time.
    Note: Only connect to CH1’s REMOTE TERMINAL to
    present remote link function

    OFF
    CH1, CH2’s volume is controlled separated by two
    WP-700.

    CH3-4:
    ON
    CH3, CH4 could control the CH1 and CH2’s volume and
    input selection by one WP-700 at the same time. The
    REMOTE INDICATOR on CH3 and CH4will light at the
    same time.
    Note: Only connect to CH3’s REMOTE TERMINAL to
    present remote link function

    27. 70V/100V OUTPUT MODE SWITCH (*)
    Adjust the amplifier output mode
    70V
    Maximum output will be set to 70Vrms
    (maximum load impedance = 20ohm)

    OFF
    CH3, CH4’s volume is controlled separated by two
    WP-700.

    100V
    Maximum output will be set to 100Vrms
    (maximum load impedance = 40ohm)

    28. POWER REMOTE TERMINAL
    Open voltage: 3.3V, Shorted current: <1mA
    When AC mains is connected to (11) and POWER SWITCH (1) is in ON position, shorted will turn off the
    power amplifier and all of the indication for power saving. Open will in normal operation.
    29. LAN PORT
    RJ-45 10/100M Ethernet connection.
    Maintenance purpose only for factory.
    30. LINE OUTPUT TERMINAL (CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4) (*)
    600Ω, 0dB*, RCA connector.
    Auxiliary line level output (just before the amplifier input).
    31. MOH OUTPUT TERMINAL
    600Ω, 0dB*, transformer- isolated balanced output, removable terminal block type.
    LINE4 input is assigned to this output.
    Note:
    1. The MOH output level is not affected by the input level control of the LINE4.
    2. MOH output doesn’t have MUTE functionality.
    3. MOH output doesn’t have EQ functionality.
    32. MOH OUTPUT INPUT LEVEL CONTROL
    Adjust the input level of the MOH OUTPUT.
    33. SPEAKER OUTPUT TERMINAL (CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4)
    MA-725F:
    70V/100V output (select by the 70V/100V OUTPUT MODE SWITCH (26)), removable terminal block
    type. Connect to speaker.
    MM-700F:
    600Ω, 0dB*, removable terminal block type. Line level output.
    * 0 dB = 1Vrms
    (*) MA-725F only
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    8. CONNECTION EXAMPLES

    MA-725F
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    MM-700F
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    9. CONNECTION
    9.1. Removable Terminal Plug Connection
    Cautions
    • Be sure to use shielded cables for audio signal lines.
    • Avoid soldering cable conductor, as contact resistance may increase when the cable is tightened and
    the solder is crushed, possibly resulting in an excessive rise in joint temperatures.
    • Use cables of AWG 12 – 24.
    Cable end treatment

    Connector connections
    Step 1. Loosen the terminal screw, then insert the cable.
    Step 2. Retighten the terminal screw. (Pull on the cable to ensure it is securely connected.)

    Tip
    Recommended slotted screwdriver type: Screwdriver with blade that is 3 mm (0.12") in width.

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    9.2.

    How to Connect Input Signals
    9.2.1. LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 connections
    L and R line signals are mixed inside the unit.

    9.2.2. PRIORITY 1 and PRIORITY 2 connections
    Use the supplied Small type removable terminal plug (5 pins) for connection. PRIORITY 1
    and PRIORITY 2 can be set to MIC or LINE input.

    9.3.

    Speaker Output Connections
    The unit can operated at 70V or 100V line high-impdedance speakers Class 2 wiring may be used.
    Using supplied removable terminal plug (2 pins), connect the speaker line to each speaker terminals.

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    9.3.1. High-impdedance 70V line speaker connections (*)

    9.3.2. High-impdedance 100V line speaker connections (*)

    9.4.

    MOH Output Connections
    Use the supplied removable terminal plug (3 pins) for connection.

    9.5.

    LINE output connections
    Auxiliary line level output for zone expansion.

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    9.6.

    Remote Control Equipment Connections
    9.6.1. Manual muting terminal connections
    If a no-voltage contact is connected, closing the contact allows the pre-determined input
    channel volume to be reduced by a preset level of attenuation.
    If a microphone with a contact is connected as shown in Connection (p. 12), the audio of
    other channels will be muted for as long as the microphone’s talk switch is pressed.

    9.6.2. Power remote terminal connections
    If a no-voltage contact is connected, closing the contact allows the amplifier goes into power
    saving mode. All of the indication will be turn off.

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    9.6.3. Remote terminals (RJ-45) connections
    Each channel’s volume and input selection could be remotely adjusted by WP-700 remote
    module.

    (*) MA-725F only

    10. MUTING FUNCTIONS
    The unit’s priority/mute (paging) functions is to mute the LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 signal that
    routed to CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4’s outputs and then route PRIORITY 1 or PRIORITY 2 signals to outputs.
    The priority level of each inputs is as following:
    Priority level

    PRIORITY MIX1+2 : OFF

    HIGHER

    PRIORITY 1

    PRIORITY MIX1+2 :ON

    PRIORITY 1/ PRIORITY 2
    PRIORITY 2
    LOWER

    LINE1, LINE2, LINE3, LINE4

    LINE1, LINE2, LINE3, LINE4

    10.1 Manual Mute
    Step 1. Assign the PAGE CH:

    Assign paging channel from the PRIORITY FUNCTIONAL DIP SWITCH.
    Switch
    ON: DOWN
    No.

    OFF: UP

    1

    PRIORITY 1/2 can be switched to CH1 output

    PRIORITY 1/2 cannot be switched to CH1 output

    2

    PRIORITY 1/2 can be switched to CH2 output

    PRIORITY 1/2 cannot be switched to CH2 output

    3

    PRIORITY 1/2 can be switched to CH3 output

    PRIORITY 1/2 cannot be switched to CH3 output

    4

    PRIORITY 1/2 can be switched to CH4 output

    PRIORITY 1/2 cannot be switched to CH4 output

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    Step 2. Shorting the manual mute terminal (+), (-):

    When shorting manual mute terminal (+), (-): the LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 signal that
    have been routed to assigned page channel CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4’s outputs will be muted,
    and route PRIORITY 1 or PRIORITY 2 signals to outputs.

    Step 3. Release the manual mute terminal (+), (-):

    When opening manual mute terminal (+), (-): The LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 will
    gradually route back to CH1 ,CH2, CH3, CH4 output. The time that the route back signal
    starting to fade in is control by the HOLD TIME control.

    10.2 Auto Mute
    Step 1. Set the AUTO MUTE switch ON:

    Switch No.
    5

    ON: DOWN
    The mute function is controlled by the PRIORITY
    1/2 input signal or manual mute

    OFF: UP
    The mute function is only controlled by the
    manual mute

    Step 2. Assign the PAGE CH:
    This operation is same as 10.1 Step 1.

    Step 3. Set PRIORITY 1 or PRIORITY 2 auto mute trigger threshold:
    Adjust the MUTE SENSE CONTROL to set the auto mute trigger threshold, rotate clockwise
    will increase the sensitivity, rotate counter-clockwise will decrease the sensitivity.

    Step 4. PRIORITY 1 or PRIORITY 2 signal trigger the Auto Mute:
    When the PRIORITY 1 or PRIORITY 2 signal level exceeds the mute trigger threshold, the
    LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 to assigned page channel’s output will be mute and route
    PRIORITY 1 or PRIORITY 2 signal to output.

    Step 5. Release Mute
    When the PRIORITY 1 or PRIORITY 2 signal level is below than the mute trigger threshold,
    depends on the setting of the HOLD TIME CONTROL, the signal will start to fade in after the
    hold time interval is time out.
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    10.3 Priority Mix
    Step 1. Set the PRIORITY MIX 1+2 switch on

    ON (Right)

    OFF (Left)

    PRIORITY 1 and PRIORITY 2 will be mixed and output to CH1,
    CH2, CH3, CH4 when mute activated. The PRIORITY

    The PRIORITY 1 has the higher priority level than PRIORITY 2.

    FUNCTIONAL DIP SWITCH (20), MUTE SENSE control (18),

    When There is mute function activated. Unit will output

    HOLD TIME control (19) will be followed by PRIORITY 1’s

    PRIORITY 1’s input first.

    setting

    Step 2. Assign the PAGE CH:
    This operation is same as 10.1 Step 1.
    Note: When PRIORITY MIX 1+2 is on, the paging channel only need to set from Priority 1’s
    PRIORITY FUNCTIONAL DIP SWITCH, set from Priority 2’s PRIORITY FUNCTIONAL DIP
    SWITCH won’t affect the setting.

    Step 3. Set PRIORITY 1+2 auto mute trigger threshold:
    Adjust the MUTE SENSE CONTROL to set the auto mute trigger threshold, rotate clockwise
    will increase the sensitivity, rotate counter-clockwise will decrease the sensitivity.
    Note: When PRIORITY MIX 1+2 is on, the auto mute trigger threshold is control only from on
    Priority 1’s MUTE SENSE CONTROL, adjust from Priority 2’s MUTE SENSE CONTROL
    won’t affect the setting.

    Step 4. PRIORITY 1+2 signal trigger the Auto Mute:
    When the PRIORITY 1 + PRIORITY 2 signal level exceeds the mute trigger threshold, the
    LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 to assigned page channel’s output will be mute and route
    PRIORITY 1 + PRIORITY 2 signal to output.

    Step 5. Release Mute
    When the PRIORITY 1 + PRIORITY 2 signal level is below than the mute trigger threshold,
    depends on the setting of the HOLD TIME CONTROL, the signal will start to fade in after the
    hold time interval is time out.
    Note: When PRIORITY MIX 1+2 is on, the hold time is control only from on Priority 1’s HOLD
    TIME CONTROL, adjust from Priority 2’s HOLD TIME CONTROL won’t affect the setting.

    11. OPERATION
    11.1 Input Selection Function
    Use the INPUT SELECT SWITCH on the front panel or connect the WP-700 remote module to
    REMOTE TERMINAL to select the LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 signal source to CH1, CH2, CH3,
    CH4 outputs.

    11.1.1 INPUT SELECT SWITCH [Front]
    Step 1. Connect different music source (CD players, mp3 players, tape recorders…) to LINE 1,
    LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 respectively.
    Step 2. Push INPUT SELECT SWITCH on each output channel (CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4) to
    route LINE in signal to outputs. Push the selected LINE source again can cancel the
    routing (mute).
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    Use the ASSIGNMENT RESTRICTION DIP SWITCH to prevent the unwanted source
    to be selected to the output.

    Note.

    11.1.2 INPUT SELECT SWITCH [Rear using WP-700]
    Step 1.Connect different music source (CD players, mp3 players, tape recorders…) to LINE 1,
    LINE 2, LINE 3, LINE 4 respectively.
    Step 2. Connect the WP-700 to the REMOTE TERMINALS
    Step 3. Use the WP-700 to control the volume and the input source.
    Note. 1. When the WP-700 is connected, the front panel’s INPUT SELECT SWITCH and
    LEVEL CONTROL is not accessible
    2. When select to the prohibited channel that set by ASSIGNMENT RESTRICTION DIP
    SWITCH, the selection is not affective.

    11.2 EQ preset selections
    Each amplifier output channel has 4-banks by 16 EQ presets (total 64 presets) to compensate or
    enhance the speaker’s frequency response.
    Step 1. Select Bank by adjusting the 2-bit BANK DIP SWITCH
    Step 2. Rotate the 4-bit PRESET SWITCH to change the EQ preset.
    EQ preset lists:
    Bank1:

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    24

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    LSHELV
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    HSHELV
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Preset 1
    Flat
    Gain(dB)

    Freq(Hz)

    Preset 4
    Loudness 3
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    3
    -2
    -2
    3

    32
    500
    4k
    8k

    Preset 7
    Bass Boost 3
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    3

    100

    Preset 10
    High Cut 3
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    -6

    15k

    Q

    Q

    0.2
    1.8
    2.6
    2.6

    Q

    1

    Q

    1

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    LSHELV
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    HSHELV
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    LPF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Preset 2
    Loudness 1
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    1
    -1
    -1
    1

    32
    500
    4k
    8k

    Preset 5
    Bass Boost 1
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    1

    100

    Preset 8
    High Cut 1
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    -1

    15K

    Preset 11
    Subwoofer LPF/HPF 1
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    0

    120

    Q

    0.2
    1.8
    2.6
    2.6

    Q

    1

    Q

    1

    Q

    0.7

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    LSHELV
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    HSHELV
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    LPF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Preset 3
    Loudness 2
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    2
    -1
    -2
    2

    32
    500
    4k
    8k

    Preset 6
    Bass Boost 2
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    2

    100

    Preset 9
    High Cut 2
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    -3

    15K

    Preset 12
    Subwoofer LPF/HPF 2
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    0

    110

    Q

    0.2
    1.8
    2.6
    2.6

    Q

    1

    Q

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    Q

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    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    LPF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    LPF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Preset 13
    Subwoofer LPF/HPF 3
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    0

    95

    Preset 16
    Full Range with subwoofer 3
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    0
    0

    80
    80

    Q

    0.7

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    HPF
    HPF
    OFF
    OFF

    Preset 14
    Full Range with subwoofer 1
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    0
    0

    100
    100

    Q

    0.7
    0.7

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    HPF
    HPF
    OFF
    OFF

    Preset 15
    Full Range with subwoofer 2
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    0
    0

    60
    90

    Q

    0.4
    0.6

    Q

    0.7
    0.7

    Bank2:

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    LPF
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    HPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    Filter
    HPF
    LPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    Filter
    HPF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    Preset 1
    Flat
    Gain(dB)

    Freq(Hz)

    Preset 4
    SW for F-122
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    0
    3

    100
    112

    Preset 7
    HX-5 Low cut
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)

    0
    -3
    -4
    5
    Preset 10
    FB-2322
    Gain(dB)
    0
    0
    8
    -4
    -7
    -4
    7.5
    -4
    Preset 13
    SR-H2S
    Gain(dB)
    0

    7
    -7
    -3
    4

    90
    800
    2.5k
    5k

    Freq(Hz)
    28
    20k
    85
    200
    900
    3k
    6.7k
    7.5k

    Q

    Q

    0.7
    0.6

    Q

    1.3
    0.6
    2.9
    0.3

    Q
    0. 5
    0.7
    2.2
    2.9
    2.2
    1.4
    0.5
    4.9

    Freq(Hz)
    20

    Q
    0. 5

    100
    250
    3k
    8k

    1
    1.4
    1
    1

    Filter
    HPF
    HPF
    LPF
    OFF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    HPF
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    HPF
    LPF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    HPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    LPF

    Filter
    HPF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    Preset 2
    F-122
    Gain(dB)
    0
    0
    0
    12
    -3
    -8
    8
    Preset 5
    SR-S4
    Gain(dB)

    0
    5

    Preset 8
    FB-120
    Gain(dB)

    0
    0

    Preset 11
    FB-2352
    Gain(dB)
    0
    6
    -4
    -3
    7
    -2
    -4
    0
    Preset 14
    SR-H3S
    Gain(dB)
    0

    7
    -7
    -6
    2

    Freq(Hz)
    38
    38
    20k

    Q
    0.5
    0.7
    0.7

    85
    212
    900
    10k

    2.8
    0.6
    2.8
    0.2

    Freq(Hz)

    Q

    60
    16k

    1.2
    1.4

    Freq(Hz)

    Q

    40
    100

    2.0
    1.0

    Freq(Hz)
    30
    80
    195
    850
    6k
    2.18k
    7.5k
    20k

    Q
    0.7
    2.2
    2.9
    2.9
    1
    2.9
    4.9
    0.7

    Freq(Hz)
    20

    Q
    0.5

    100
    250
    3k
    8k

    1
    1.4
    1
    1

    Filter
    HPF
    HPF
    LPF
    OFF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    Preset 3
    F-122 Lowcut
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)
    0
    45
    0
    45
    0
    20k
    80
    180
    900
    11.2k

    2.8
    0.6
    2.8
    0.2

    Freq(Hz)

    Q

    60
    65
    800
    2.5k
    5k

    2.0
    1.4
    0.7
    3.0
    0.3

    Filter
    HPF
    LPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    Preset 9
    F-1522
    Gain(dB)
    0
    0
    5
    4
    -4
    -3
    -3
    -6

    Freq(Hz)
    50
    20k
    80
    8k
    206
    690
    1.4k
    2.18k

    Q
    0. 5
    0.7
    1.4
    1
    2.9
    4.1
    3
    2.4

    Filter
    HPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    LPF

    Preset 12
    FB-2852
    Gain(dB)
    0
    6
    -3
    -6
    -2
    -4
    8
    0

    Freq(Hz)
    30
    80
    125
    206
    900
    1.7k
    7.3k
    20k

    Q
    0.7
    2
    3.1
    3.1
    4.3
    0.6
    0.5
    0.7

    Preset 15
    HS-1200
    Gain(dB)
    0
    -5

    Freq(Hz)
    50
    520

    Q
    1,4
    1.4

    1.6k
    2.1k
    5k
    14k

    5.8
    5.8
    1
    1.2

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    HPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    Filter
    HPF
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    7
    -5
    -8
    8

    Q
    0.5
    0.7
    0.7

    Preset 6
    HX-5
    Gain(dB)

    0
    2
    -3
    -4
    5

    -4
    -3
    -2
    3

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    Filter
    HPF
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    Preset 16
    HS-1500
    Gain(dB)
    0
    -5

    -4
    -3
    -2
    2

    Freq(Hz)
    50
    530

    Q
    0.7
    2.1

    1.3k
    2.1k
    4.5k
    14k

    2.9
    2.9
    1
    0.7

    Bank3:

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    26

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    LSHELV
    HSHELV
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    LSHELV
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Preset 1
    Flat
    Gain(dB)

    Freq(Hz)

    Preset 4
    Bass Reducer
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)
    -4.5
    100
    2.5
    500

    Preset 7
    Deep
    Gain(dB)
    3.1
    -3.1
    1.1
    -6.1

    Preset 10
    Jazz
    Gain(dB)
    -1.1
    -2
    3.1

    Freq(Hz)
    20
    300
    1.5k
    20k

    Freq(Hz)
    100
    1.2k
    15.1k

    Q

    Q
    1
    1

    Q
    0.3
    1
    1
    0.4

    Q
    1
    0.8
    0.4

    Preset 13
    Piano
    Gain(dB)
    -1.6
    0.7
    1.5
    -2.5

    Freq(Hz)
    125
    400
    2k
    20k

    Q
    1.4
    2.1
    1.8
    0.4

    Preset 16
    Rock
    Gain(dB)
    3.1
    -3.1
    2.5

    Freq(Hz)
    150
    1.01k
    4k

    Q
    1
    0.7
    1

    Filter
    LSHELV
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    HSHELV
    LSHELV
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Preset 2
    Acoustic
    Gain(dB)
    2.7
    1
    1.5

    Preset 5
    Classical
    Gain(dB)
    3
    -2.5
    -1.6
    1.5

    Freq(Hz)
    100
    500
    5k

    Freq(Hz)
    20
    200
    2k
    20k

    Preset 8
    Electronic
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)
    3.1
    5k
    3.1
    100
    -3.6
    500

    Preset 11
    Latin
    Gain(dB)
    3
    -3.6
    3

    Preset 14
    Pop
    Gain(dB)
    6

    Freq(Hz)
    20
    1.2k
    20k

    Freq(Hz)
    600

    Q
    1
    2.9
    0.4

    Q
    0.4
    0.4
    0.5
    0.4

    Q
    1
    1
    2.9

    Q
    0.6
    0.3
    0.4

    Q
    0. 4

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    HSHELV
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    LSHELV
    PEQ
    HSHELV
    HSHELV
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Preset 3
    Bass Booster
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)
    4
    48
    3
    200
    -3.1
    400

    Q
    0.6
    0.7
    1

    Preset 6
    Dance
    Gain(dB)
    3.1
    -0.5
    2.7
    2.7

    Freq(Hz)
    90
    400
    2k
    5k

    Q
    0.9
    0.7
    0.8
    1.5

    Preset 9
    Hip Hop
    Gain(dB)
    4
    -6.1
    1
    3.1

    Freq(Hz)
    200
    800
    3.01k
    10k

    Q
    1
    0.6
    1
    1

    Preset 12
    Lounge
    Gain(dB)
    -1.1
    3
    -3.1
    1.5

    Freq(Hz)
    200
    600
    4k
    1.2k

    Q
    1
    2
    2.4
    2.2

    Preset 15
    R&B
    Gain(dB)
    -2
    4
    -5

    Freq(Hz)
    20
    90
    600

    Q
    1
    0.9
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    Bank4:

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    EQ1
    EQ2
    EQ3
    EQ4
    EQ5
    EQ6
    EQ7
    EQ8

    Filter
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    LSHELV
    HSHELV
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    HPF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    HPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    HPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    HPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ

    Preset 1
    Flat
    Gain(dB)

    Freq(Hz)

    Preset 4
    Treble Reducer
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)
    3
    2.5k
    -3.1
    2.5k

    Preset 7
    F-1300
    Gain(dB)
    5
    3
    0

    Preset 10
    H-2
    Gain(dB)
    0
    10
    -5
    1.5

    Preset 13
    SR-H3L
    Gain(dB)
    0
    7
    -8.1
    -4
    6

    Q

    Q
    1
    1

    Freq(Hz)
    95
    360

    Q
    2.9
    1.5

    60

    0.7

    Freq(Hz)
    63
    100
    200
    5k

    Q
    0.7
    1.9
    1.4
    0.4

    Freq(Hz)
    20
    100
    250
    3k
    8k

    Q
    0.5
    1
    1.4
    1
    1

    Preset 16
    PC-580RU/RVU
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)
    0
    50
    2
    100
    5.5
    350
    -2
    900
    4
    1.4k
    4
    2.5k
    -2
    3.5k
    3
    7k

    Q
    0.7
    1.4
    1
    1.4
    5.8
    5.8
    5.8
    2.9

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    HPF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    HPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    HPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Preset 2
    Spoken Words
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)
    -3.6
    90
    4.5
    2k

    Preset 5
    Vocal Booster
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)
    -4.5
    90
    4.5
    1k
    -3.1
    14k

    Preset 8
    F-2000
    Gain(dB)
    3.1
    -2
    0

    Preset 11
    H-3
    Gain(dB)
    0
    9
    -8.1
    5

    Preset 14
    CS-64
    Gain(dB)
    0
    6
    5
    2
    1

    Q
    0.3
    0.2

    Q
    0.4
    0.6
    0.5

    Freq(Hz)
    85
    10.5k

    Q
    2.9
    2.9

    50

    0.7

    Freq(Hz)
    63
    100
    200
    500

    Freq(Hz)
    100
    300
    1.4k
    2.8k
    5k

    Q
    0.7
    2.9
    2.9
    2.9

    Q
    0.7
    1.8
    2.9
    2.9
    2.9

    Filter
    LSHELV
    HSHELV
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    HPF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    HPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    HPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Filter
    HPF
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    PEQ
    OFF
    OFF
    OFF

    Preset 3
    Treble Booster
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)
    -3.1
    2.5k
    3
    2.5k

    Q
    1
    1

    Preset 6
    F-1000
    Gain(dB)
    5
    4.5
    3.8
    0

    Freq(Hz)
    105
    600
    3.23k
    70

    Q
    2.9
    0.9
    0.8
    0.7

    Preset 9
    H-1
    Gain(dB)
    0
    10
    -6.5
    1.5

    Freq(Hz)
    118
    125
    220
    5k

    Q
    0.7
    1.8
    1.4
    0.3

    Preset 12
    SR-H2L
    Gain(dB)
    0
    7
    -7
    -6.1
    2

    Freq(Hz)
    20
    100
    250
    3k
    8k

    Q
    0.5
    1
    1.4
    1
    1

    Preset 15
    CS-154/304
    Gain(dB)
    Freq(Hz)
    0
    100
    5
    350
    -2.5
    610
    3
    2.1k
    4
    8.5k

    Q
    0.7
    1.4
    5.8
    1.4
    2.9

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    11.3 Using the WP-700 remote controller
    11.3.1 Connecting the WP-700
    Connect WP-700 to the REMOTE CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 RJ-45 port. The front panel REMOTE
    indication will light if there is WP-700 connected.

    11.3.2 Remote Volume Control and Input Selection
    Step 1. Connect the WP-700 to the channel that need to control remotely.
    Step 2. When connected, the output volume will override the front panel OUTPUT LEVEL
    CONTROL to WP-700’s VOLUME CONTROL. The front panel’s INPUT SELECTION
    will be override to WP-700’s INPUT SELECTION setting. The front panels
    Step 3. Rotate VOLUME clockwise to increase the output level, counter-clockwise to
    decrease the output level.
    Step 4. Input selection : same as description on 11.2.2
    Note: When WP-700 connected, the front panel’s OUTPUT LEVEL CONTROL and INPUT
    SELECTION SWITCH is not functional, it means when adjusting the output level and
    input selection, the WP-700 has higher control priority than front panel.

    11.3.3 Remote Link
    Use to control the output volume and input selection of CH1 and CH2 or CH3 and CH4 at the
    same time.

    CH1-2:
    ON
    CH1, CH2 could control the CH1 and CH2’s
    volume and input selection by one WP-700 at the
    same time. The REMOTE INDICATOR on CH1 and
    CH2 will light at the same time.
    Note: Only connect to CH1’s REMOTE TERMINAL
    to present remote link function

    28

    OFF
    CH1, CH2’s volume is controlled separated by two
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    CH3-4:
    ON
    CH3, CH4 could control the CH1 and CH2’s
    volume and input selection by one WP-700 at the
    same time. The REMOTE INDICATOR on CH3 and
    CH4will light at the same time.

    OFF
    CH3, CH4’s volume is controlled separated by two
    WP-700.

    Note: Only connect to CH3’s REMOTE TERMINAL
    to present remote link function

    12. RACK MOUNTING BRACKET ATTACHMENT

    13. PROTECTION (*)
    Failure

    Protection

    Operation Indicator

    Remedy

    Recovery

    Continuous heavy load

    Limit output to 1/2 rated

    Protection indicator

    Lower down source

    Lower down source

    protection

    power

    blinks

    level or output level

    level or output level

    Overcurrent due to

    Amplifier shut down

    Protection indicator

    Remove overload

    Connecting a correct

    Overload

    lights.

    load automatically

    (70V <15ohm

    restores to normal

    100V< 27ohm)
    Speaker line Short

    operation.
    Amplifier shut down

    circuit

    Protection indicator

    Check speakers

    When removing short

    lights.

    and lines for short

    circuit after 5sec the

    circuit

    output automatically
    restores to normal
    operation.

    Temperature rise

    Limit output to 1/4 rated

    Protection indicator

    Check the unit for

    Operation automatically

    at power supply or

    power

    blinks

    correct ventilation

    returns to normal when

    and overload.

    the temperature

    power amp heat sink
    (over 75°C)
    Temperature rise

    decreases.
    Amplifier shut down

    Four indicators of

    at power supply or

    the corresponding

    power amp heat sink

    channel extinguish.

    (<65°C)

    (over 85°C)
    (*) MA-725F only

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    14. BLOCK DIAGRAMS
    MA-725F

    30



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    MM-700F

    31



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    15. DIMENSIONAL DIAGRAM

    32



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    16. SPECIFICATIONS
    ■SPECIFICATION

    (* 0dB = 1V)

    Model Number

    MA-725F

    Power Source

    100 - 240V AC, 50/60Hz
    1350 W (rated output), 200 W (based on cULus standards), 42.5 W (idle),
    22 W or less (Stand-by)
    20Hz - 20 kHz (-3dB / +1dB, LPF OFF)

    Power Consumption
    Frequency Response

    Total Harmonic Distortion 1% or less, at 1kHz, rated output
    Certification

    cULus 60065, EN60065, EN55032, EN55020, FCC part15 class A

    Input

    PRIORITY 1, 2:

    Mic -60dB* / Line -10dB* selectable, 2.2kΩ, electrically balanced,
    removable terminal block

    LINE IN 1,2,3,4:

    -10dB*, 10kΩ, unbalanced, 2 RCA jacks (Stereo summing)

    Output

    SPEAKER 1,2,3,4: 70V (20Ω), 100V (40Ω), removable terminal block
    LINE OUT 1,2,3,4: 0dB*, 600Ω, unbalanced, RCA jack
    MOH:

    0dB*, 600Ω, transformer balanced, removable terminal block

    DSP Preset

    16 presets in 4 banks at each output channel, selectable

    S/N Ratio

    Mic: 60 dB* or more, Line: 75dB* or more (A-weighted)

    Muting

    Manual mute / Automatic mute

    Mute Hold Time

    50ms - 10 seconds, adjustable

    Priority Level

    PRIORITY 1 > PRIORITY 2 > LINE 1,2,3,4

    Control

    POWER:

    ON/OFF switch, Power remote terminal

    PRIORITY 1,2:

    MIC/LINE selector switch, Gain control, Assign switch, Auto mute
    switch, Mute sense control,
    Manual mute terminal, Mute hold time control, Priority mix switch

    LINE IN 1,2,3,4:

    Gain control, Assign restriction switch

    OUTPUT 1,2,3,4:

    LINE IN 1-4 selector switch, Output gain control, 70V/100V selector
    switch, HPF switch,
    DSP bank selector switch, DSP preset selector switch

    REMOTE 1,2,3,4: Remote control connector (RJ-45), Remote link switch
    Indicator

    POWER:

    1 Power LED

    PRIORITY 1,2:

    1 Signal LED, 1 Peak LED

    LINE IN 1,2,3,4:

    1 Signal LED, 1 Peak LED

    OUTPUT 1,2,3,4:

    2 Activated PRIORITY LED, 1 Connected REMOTE LED, 4 Selected
    LINE LED
    1 Signal LED, 1 Peak LED, 1 Protect LED

    Operating Temperature

    0⁰C to 40⁰C (32⁰F to 104⁰F)

    Operating Humidity

    35% to 80%RH (no condensation)

    Finish

    Panel: Aluminum, hair line, black
    Case: Steel plate, black, paint

    Dimension

    420(W) X 107.6(H) X 350(D) mm (16.54" X 4.24" X 13.78")

    Weight

    7.6kg (16.7 lbs.)

    Accessories

    Power cord (2m, 5.65ft.)···1, Removable terminal plug (5 pins···2, 3pins···1, 2 pins···4),
    Rack mounting bracket···2, Bracket mounting screw···4, User's manual···1

    Option

    Remote controller: WP-700-AM
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    ■SPECIFICATION

    (* 0dB = 1V)

    Model Number

    MM-700F

    Power Source

    100 - 240V AC, 50/60Hz

    Power Consumption

    9W or less

    Frequency Response

    20Hz - 20 kHz (-3dB / +1dB)

    Total Harmonic Distortion

    1% or less, at 1kHz, rated output

    Certification

    cULus 60065, EN60065, EN55032, EN55020, FCC part15 class A

    Input

    PRIORITY 1, 2:

    Mic -60dB* / Line -10dB* selectable, 2.2kΩ, electrically balanced,
    removable terminal block

    LINE IN 1,2,3,4:

    -10dB*, 10kΩ, unbalanced, 2 RCA jacks (Stereo summing)

    Output

    LINE OUT 1,2,3,4: 0dB*, 600Ω, unbalanced, removable terminal block
    MOH:

    0dB*, 600Ω, transformer balanced, removable terminal block

    DSP Preset

    16 presets in 4 banks at each output channel, selectable

    S/N Ratio

    Mic: 60 dB* or more, Line: 75dB* or more (A-weighted)

    Muting

    Manual mute / Automatic mute

    Mute Hold Time

    50ms to 10 seconds, adjustable

    Priority Level

    PRIORITY 1 > PRIORITY 2 > LINE 1,2,3,4

    Control

    POWER:

    ON/OFF switch, Power remote terminal

    PRIORITY 1,2:

    MIC/LINE selector switch, Gain control, Assign switch, Auto mute
    switch, Mute sense control,
    Manual mute terminal, Mute hold time control, Priority mix switch

    LINE IN 1,2,3,4:

    Gain control, Assign restriction switch

    OUTPUT 1,2,3,4:

    LINE IN 1-4 selector switch, Output gain control,
    DSP bank selector switch, DSP preset selector switch

    REMOTE 1,2,3,4: Remote control connector (RJ-45), Remote link switch
    Indicator

    POWER:

    1 Power LED

    PRIORITY 1,2:

    1 Signal LED, 1 Peak LED

    LINE IN 1,2,3,4:

    1 Signal LED, 1 Peak LED

    OUTPUT 1,2,3,4:

    2 Activated PRIORITY LED, 1 Connected REMOTE LED, 4 Selected
    LINE LED
    1 Signal LED, 1 Peak LED

    Operating Temperature

    0⁰C to 40⁰C (32⁰F to 104⁰F)

    Operating Humidity

    35% to 80%RH (no condensation)

    Finish

    Panel: Aluminum, hair line, black
    Case: Steel plate, black, paint

    Dimension

    420(W) X 107.6(H) X 350(D) mm (16.54" X 4.24" X 13.78")

    Weight

    5.7kg (12.3lbs)

    Accessories

    Power cord (2m, 5.65ft.)···1, Removable terminal plug (5 pins···2, 3pins···1, 2 pins···4),
    Rack mounting bracket···2, Bracket mounting screw···4, User's manual···1

    Option

    Remote controller: WP-700-AM

    Note: The design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
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