Harman-Kardon HKSB30BLK Speaker System User Manual


 
4
SB 30
Connections and Controls
Coaxial Digital Input connector: If your TV, disc player or cable/satellite tuner has a
coaxial digital output, use a coaxial digital audio cable (not supplied) to connect it here.
Optical Digital Input connector: If your TV, disc player or cable/satellite tuner has an
optical digital output, use the supplied optical digital audio cable to connect it here.
Analog Input connectors: Use the supplied stereo audio cable to connect the stereo
analog outputs of your TV, disc player or cable/satellite tuner here.
NOTE: You can connect three different source components to the three input connectors.
See Source Connections, on page 9, for more information.
Wireless Code switch: This switch selects among four different wireless channels for
the wireless subwoofer signal.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to set the soundbar’s Wireless Code switch to the same
channel that you set the subwoofer’s Wireless Code switch. See Wireless Code
Switches, on page 10, for more information.
EQ switch: This switch adjusts the soundbar’s bass performance for either wall or
table mounting. If you’re mounting the soundbar on a wall with the included wall-mount
brackets, set this switch to the “Wall” position for the most natural-sounding bass
performance. If you are placing the soundbar on a table, set the EQ switch to the “Table”
position for the most natural-sounding bass performance.
Power Cord connector: Connect the supplied AC power cord here. See Power
Connections, on page 9, for more information.
CAUTION: Before connecting the power cord, make sure the Voltage Selector
switch (see below) is in the correct setting for your local AC voltage. See Power
Connections, on page 9, for more information.
Power switch: Set this switch to the “On” position to put the soundbar into the Standby
mode. In normal operation, this switch will be left in the “On” position. See Turning the
Soundbar On and Off, on page 11, for more information.
Voltage Selector switch: This switch is set at the factory for the proper AC voltage in
the region where the soundbar is shipped. See Voltage Selector Switch, on page 9, for
more information.
AC Fuse holder: The SB 30 CNTR is factory-equipped with a T4AL/250V AC fuse (110 –
120V AC operation) or a T2AL/250V AC fuse (220 – 240V AC operation). If the fuse ever
blows:
1. Unplug the soundbar power cord from the AC outlet and wait for the Power LED to
turn off before proceeding.
2. Use a screwdriver to open the fuse holder.
3. Remove the blown fuse.
4. Replace the fuse with an identical fuse: T4AL/250V (110 – 120V AC operation);
T2AL/250V (220 – 240V AC operation).
CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE, REPLACE THE FUSE ONLY
WITH THE SAME TYPE AND RATING.
Connections and Controls
Soundbar Rear-Panel Controls and Connectors
L
Input
Input
1 2 3 4
L
Input
Input
1 2 3 4
L
Input
Input
1 2 3 4
Coaxial Digital
Input Connector
Optical Digital
Input Connector
Power Cord
Connector
Analog
Input
Connectors
Power
Switch
AC Fuse
Holder
Voltage
Selector
Switch
EQ
Switch
Wireless
Code
Switch