Bedienungsanleitung JBL P1020 II

JBL P1020 II

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  • Audio System JBL P1020 II


  • Vorschau JBL P1020 II Handbuch:
    Thank you for purchasing a new JBL Power Series subwoofer. Subwoofer installation requires woodworking skills and some experience disassembling and reassembling automotive interiors. If you lack the tools or necessary skills, have your subwoofer installed by an authorized JBL dealer. Warning: Playing loud music in an automobile can permanently damage your hearing as well as hinder your ability to hear traffic. We recommend listening at low levels while driving. JBL accepts no liability for hearing loss, bodily injury or property damage resulting from use or misuse of this product. Power Series subwoofers are optimized to perform best in small, sealed, vented and prefabricated bandpass enclosures. While infinite-baffle mounting of Power Series subs is possible, power handling will be greatly compromised because there’s no enclosed volume of air to prevent the speaker’s cone from moving past its limit. For this reason, we do not recommend infinite-baffle mounting for Power Series subwoofers. You should choose the enclosure you will use based on the type of music you listen to, how much amplifier power you will use for the subwoofer and how much space inside the vehicle you can devote to a subwoofer enclosure. Because a sealed enclosure provides the most control over the woofer’s movement, a woofer mounted in a sealed enclosure will handle more power than a woofer mounted in another enclosure type. Sealed enclosures provide more accurate sonic reproduction than other enclosure types, so they are well suited to all types of music. Sealed-enclosure construction is straightforward and there are many prefabricated sealed enclosures available. An optimum sealed enclosure is always smaller than other types of enclosures optimized for a particular speaker, so they require the smallest amount of space inside the vehicle. Vented enclosures provide better efficiency in the 40Hz – 50Hz range but this efficiency comes at the expense of sound in the lowest octave (below 40Hz) and at the expense of some control and power handling. If you are using a small amplifier, a vented box will provide more bass output from less power. Vented enclosures are also well suited to a variety of music types. Because vented enclosures require the volume of the enclosure and the size of the port to have a specific relationship with the characteristics of the woofer, the enclosure must be built exactly to the specifications provided. While there are some prefabricated vented boxes available, matching a prefabricated box to a particular woofer is difficult. If you wish to use a vented enclosure, we strongly recommend having your aut .....
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