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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus. The MAINS plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable. Warning: the user shall not place this apparatus in the can be easily accessible.

area during the operation so that the mains switch

1. Read these instructions before operating this apparatus.

CAUTION

2. Keep these instructions for future reference.

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN

3. Heed all warnings to ensure safe operation. 4. Follow all instructions provided in this document. 5. Do not use this apparatus near water or in locations where condensation may occur. 6. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not use aerosol or liquid cleaners. Unplug this apparatus before cleaning. 7. Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. 8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including . 9. 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 is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plug, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 11. Only use attachments/accessories manufacturer.

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12. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tipover. 13. Unplug this apparatus during lighting storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14. Refer all servicing to 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.

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’ magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

WARNING: To reduce the risk of or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those may result in hazardous radiation exposure.


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page INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................4 FEATURES ..........................................................................................................4 INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................5 FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION...........................................................................6 REAR PANEL DESCRIPTION .............................................................................7 DIMENSIONS.......................................................................................................9 SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAMS ...........................................................................10 SPECIFICATIONS..............................................................................................12 APPENDIX .........................................................................................................13

Phonic reserves the right to improve or alter any information suppied within this document without prior notice. V1.1 DEC 17, 2004


INTRODUCTION

FEATURES

Thank you for choosing the Phonic XP 5000 or 5100 power amplifier. The unit is designed to provide a good combination of power, audio clarity, reliability and durability. An efficient heat-dissipation system comprising a high-surface area heat sink coupled with a variable speed fan ensures quiet and reliable cooling. Unreal sound quality and a sturdy construction make this unit ideal for a multitude of amplification tasks; from studio installations to mobile DJs, house of worship and touring bands. In order to get the best performance out of your XP power amplifier, please read this user’s manual carefully, and store it for future reference.

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2x 2500 watts @ 2 ohms; 5000 watts @ 4 ohms bridged

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Dual mono, high current power supply for increased reliability and performance

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High-current toroidal transformers for greater twoohm power and low noise

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Independent user-defeatable clip limiters reduce distortion

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Selectable high pass filters (30Hz or 50Hz) to protect speakers and increase headroom

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Balanced 1/4� (6.3 mm) TRS, XLR, and barrier strip inputs for maximum flexibility

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Binding post and speakon outputs

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Selectable stereo, parallel & bridge mono amp modes

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Ground lift switch to prevent hum

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Signal level at -40, -20, -10, protect and clip LED indicators to monitor performance

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Bridge mono and parallel mode indicators

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Front mounted detented gain controls for easy access

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Fast Recovery design for lower distortion at clipping

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Advance protection circuitry guards against: short circuit, open circuit, thermal, ultrasonic, and RF protection, stable into mismatched loads, on/off muting, DC fault output crowbar

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All XP5000 features plus 2 selectable low pass filters at 60Hz, 90Hz and 120Hz for subwoofer use

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INSTALLATION INPUT WIRING

MOUNTING The XP 5000 and XP 5100 power amplifiers can be installed in a standard 19" equipment rack. This requires a total of 3 units (5.25") of free vertical rack space, and the device must be secured to the rack cabinet with 4 rack mount screws and cup washers. In any one rack, it is best to mount power amplifiers one above the other, with at least one unit of space between two amplifiers. This provides more efficient airflow and support.

COOLING A single thermo-sensitive variable-speed fan starts running as soon as the XP 5000 or XP 5100 is turned on. Before mounting your amplifier, you should familiarize yourself with its cooling requirements. Airflow restrictions are the most common cause of inadequate cooling. They may result from improper mounting, bundles of power cords, clogged dust filters and closed rack doors. Air flows from the rear of the unit to the front, so it is important not to block the amplifier's rear air vents. Ensure you leave some space at the front and rear of the rack to prevent heated air being drawn back into the airflow.

WIRING The XP 5000 and XP 5100's balanced XLR and TRS input connectors will accept the line-level output of most devices. Also included are Barrier Strip inputs, best used in permanent or long-term installations. The amplifier's built-in connectors can be wired similarly for balanced or unbalanced, floating or ground-referenced sources. The output connector is a binding post with Speakon which provides an easy connection when using banana plugs, spade lugs or bare wires.

OUTPUT WIRING SPEAKON PIN OUT CH1 PIN

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FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION 1. CLIP/LIM LED (RED) When the audio signal drives the amplifier output circuit beyond its power capability, it will clip. The peak limiter detects this and quickly reduces the gain to minimize the amount of overdrive, so as to preserve as much of the program dynamics as possible. The CLIP/LIM LED will also come on if the speaker terminals are short circuited, or the impedance of the load between them is too low. Under these circumstances, the LED will stay on until the fault is rectified.

2. PROTECT LED (YELLOW) The protect LED illuminates when one or more of the breakers (located on the rear of the XP5000 and XP5100) is tripped. The LED will then go out after the breaker trip is corrected. If the amplifier’s large heat sinks go down for thermal reasons, leave the power connected to the amplifier, try to improve ventilation, and reduce the gain. Without power, the fan cannot operate, and the amplifier will require longer to reach a low enough temperature to restart.

3. SIGNAL LEDS Each channel of the power amplifier features 3 signal lights to show that an audio signal has been put in to the channel. The threshold for the bottom indicator is -40 dB, with other indicators displaying when signal levels reach -20 and -10 dB. Any noise above these levels will cause the corresponding LEDs to light.

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4. GAIN CONTROLS These two knobs are the level controls for each channel of the amplifier. The gain increases as the knob is turned clockwise. This unit features detented gain controls.

5.

POWER SWITCH

Although the XP 5000 and 5100 amplifiers feature power-on muting, it is always a good idea to reduce both the gain controls before turning on the amplifier. The powering-up procedure for an audio system should start from instruments and then mixer, and you should verify that all system operations are normal before turning on the amplifier.

6. DISPLAY When the power is on, the PHONIC logo at the top of the front panel will light up in amber. When the amplifier is switched to bridge mono mode, and the indicator switch (DIP switch number 9 on the rear panel) is set to the right, the bridge LED right next to the PHONIC logo will light up in red. When the amplifier is switched to parallel mode, and the indicator switch (DIP switch number 6 on the rear panel) is set to the right, the parallel LED next to the bridge LED will light up in yellow.

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REAR PANEL DESCRIPTION 7. FAN This variable speed fan automatically maintains a safe internal temperature. Keep the front and rear vents clear to allow full airflow, as cool air will be drawn into the rear and out the front of the amplifier.

12. INPUT CONNECTORS

8. RESET BREAKER With rated loads and output levels, the breaker should only shut down the amplifier in rare instances of catastrophic failure. The circuit breaker can also shut down the amplifier in cases where extremely lowimpedance loads and high output levels result in a current draw that exceeds its rating.

9. POWER CONNECTOR This cable connected to the XP 5000 and 5100 is to be connected to a suitable power source. This cable is a 3wire grounding type cable and, as this is a safety feature, should not be defeated. Check local AC voltage levels before connecting the plug.

10. CHASSIS GROUNDING CONNECTING POINT Please refer to your local safety code for proper grounding.

11. OUTPUT CONNECTORS A pair of versatile binding posts and Speakon connectors are provided for output connections of each channel. Loudspeakers can be easily connected using banana plugs, spade lugs, bare wires or Speakon connector. Spade lugs and bare wires should both be screwed down tight, as to avoid a short circuit. The Speakon connector for channel 1 includes channel 1, channel 2 and bridged mono pin connecting points. A pin out information could be found beside the Speakon connector. The loading

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of each speakers in stereo or parallel mode should be greater than 2 ohms, and in bridge mono mode should be above 4 ohms.

The power amplifier offers XLR and TRS input connectors for your connecting convenience. Also included are Barrier Strip inputs. Barrier Strip inputs should be screwed down tight, as to not let any oxygen enter the connection. These are best used in permanent or longterm installations.

13. SUBWOOFER SWITCH (XP 5100 only) Switching from normal to either 60 Hz, 90 Hz or 120 Hz setting will add the dedicated low pass filter to the output path, which offers you a sub bass output to achieve a 3-or-more-way speaker system. When you activate this function, you will get the frequencies output below 60 Hz, 90 Hz or 120 Hz only.

14. GROUNDING - FLOATING SWITCH This switch allows the circuit and chassis grounding to be separated in case of a grounding conflict. In normal use, the switch should be in the grounding on position. Lifting the grounding (to what is called the floating position) may resolve the ground conflict, but it means that circuit grounding depends on other connected equipment. Deficiencies in other components’ grounding will affect the sound quality and cause a grounding loop hum. For the best combination of safety and performance, it is highly recommended to set the switch at the “grounding on” position.

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15. MODE SWITCHES HPF Stereo Mode: each channel of the amplifier runs independently with its own signal and speakers. To set the amplifier to stereo mode, set DIP switches 4, 5, 7 and 8 to the left position. Dip switches 6 and 9 should be set to the left hand position, as to ensure the parallel and bridge mono indicators are off. The loading of each speaker in stereo mode should be above 2 ohms.

These switches (DIP switches 1 and 2 for channel 1, 11 and 12 for channel 2) can activate a 30 Hz or 50 Hz high pass filter, which will roll off signals below either 30 Hz or 50 Hz. This improves sub bass performance by limiting sub bass cone motion. It will make more power available for the speakers’ rated frequency range.

LIMITER ON/OFF

These DIP switches (DIP switches 3 for channel 1 and number 10 for channel 2) allow you to activate the peak limiter circuit built into the power amplifier. This function will reduce distortion and protect speakers. To activate the built-in limiters, DIP switches 3 (channel 1 limiter) and 10 (channel 2 limiter) should be set to the right position.

PARALLEL / STEREO / BRIDGE MONO Turn the power off before changing the operation mode as to avoid damaging your XP mixer. The Number 4 and 5 DIP switches allow users to change between stereo and parallel input modes, whereas DIP switches 7 and 8 are used to activate bridge mono mode. DIP switches 6 and 9 are used to activate the Parallel and Bridge Mono indicators, respectively.

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Parallel Mode: this mode allows the input of channel 1 to feed channel 2 also, allowing the channel 1 and 2 outputs to drive their own speakers independently, however with the same source. To set to parallel mode, DIP switches 4 and 5 should be set to the right, however switches 7 and 8 should be positioned to the left. You can also activate the parallel indicator by setting DIP switch 6 to the right and DIP switch 9 to the left. The loading of each speaker in parallel mode should be above 2 ohms. Bridge Mono: the signal of both inputs is combined, and fed through the bridge mono outputs at twice the power. The channel 2 gain control should be set to a minimum, and a rated load must be used for the higher output power. To set bridge mono mode, DIP switches 4, 5, 7, 8, and 9 should all be set to the right, and switches 6, 10 and 11 should be set to the left. You can also activate the Bridge Mono LED by setting DIP switch 9 to the right and DIP switch 6 to the left. The loading of the speaker in bridge mono mode should be above 4 ohms.

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DIMENSIONS

Measurements are shown in mm/inch.

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CKT BREAKER

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30Hz 50Hz HIGH PASS FILTER

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DC FAN SPEED

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THERMAL SENSING

MUTING

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LED INDICATOR

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OVER CURRENT DETECTION

LED INDICATOR

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2 STEP POSITIVE POWER SUPPLY

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1 STEP POSITIVE POWER SUPPLY

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SPECIFICATIONS XP SPECIFICATIONS

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Stereo Mode (both channels driven)

Continuous Average Output Power Per Channel

8 ohms FTC 20Hz-20kHz 0.1% THD

1050

4 ohms FTC 20Hz-20kHz 0.1% THD

1600

2 ohms FTC 20Hz-20kHz 0.1% THD

2000

8 ohms EIA 1kHz 0.1% THD

1100

4 ohms EIA 1kHz 0.1% THD

1800

2 ohms EIA 1kHz 1% THD

2500

Bridge Mono Mode

Continuous Average Output Power

8 ohms FTC 20Hz-20kHz 0.1% THD

3200

8 ohms EIA 1kHz 0.1% THD

3600

4 ohms EIA 1kHz 1% THD

5000

All Models Subwoofer output

Selectable subwoofer crossover at 60Hz, 90Hz, 120Hz (XP5100 only)

Distortion(SMPTE-IM)

<0.02%

Distortion(Typical) 20Hz-20k Hz: 10 dB below rated power

<0.02%

Distortion(Typical) 1k Hz and bellow: full rated power

<0.02%

Frequency Response

20Hz-20kHz, 8 ohms, LF filter bypassed, +0/-1 dB 5 Hz to 50 kHz, 8 ohms, LF filter bypassed, +0/-3 dB

Damping Factor Noise (unweighted)

>250 @ 8 ohms 100 dB below rated output (20 Hz to 20 kHz, 8 ohms load)

Input sensitivity

1.42 Vrms for 1000 watts into 8 ohms

Control Front

AC power switch, Ch1 & Ch2 gain control with 41 detents

Control Rear

12-pole DIP switch featuring high pass filter on/off, high pass filter 30/50 Hz, Clip Limiter on/off control for each channel and switches for selecting Stereo, Parallel, or Bridge Mode. Push-button circuit breaker for each channel. Slide switch for Grounding / Floating (Selectable low pass filter frequency at 60Hz, 90Hz and 120Hz, XP5100 only)

Voltage Gain

41x (36dB)

Input Impedance

20 k ohms balanced, 10 k ohms unbalanced

Indicators

Power-On: Amber Phonic logo; Parallel: Green backlight icon; Bridged: Red backlight icon CLIP/LIM: Red LED; PROTECT: Yellow LED Green LED for -10dB, -20dB and -40dB Signal Lights

Connectors Input

XLR, 1/4” TRS jacks and barrier strip

Connectors Output

Binding posts and speakon outputs (Ch 1 speakon wired for biamp)

Cooling

Continous variable-speed fan, rear-to-front air flow

Amplifier Protection

Short circuit, open circuit, thermal, ultrasonic, and RF protection. Stable into mismatched loads

Load Protection

on/off muting, DC fault output crowbar

Output Circuitry

Class H Amplifier

Power Requirements (depends on region)

100-120VAC, 220-240VAC (+/- 10%), 50/60Hz (factory configured); 120V model requires 20 amp

Circuit Breakers

two (one for each channel): 100 and 120 V models: 20 amp / 230 V models: 10 amp

Dimensions (WxHxD)

482.6 x 133 x 415mm (19” x 5.2” x 16.3”)

Weight

28.2kg (62.1bs)

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APPENDIX REFERENCE BOOKS Phonic recommends the following books for those interested in advanced audio engineering and sound system operation: l Sound System Engineering by Don and Carolyn Davis, Focal Press, ISBN: 0-240-80305-1 l Sound Reinforcement Handbook by Gary D. Davis, Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation, ISBN: 0-88188-900-8 l Audio System Design and Installation by Philip Giddings, Focal Press, ISBN: 0-240-80286-1 l Practical Recording Techniques by Bruce and Jenny Bartlett, Focal Press, ISBN: 0-240-80306-X l Modern Recording Techniques by Huber & Runstein, Focal Press, ISBN: 0-240-80308-6 l Sound Advice – The Musician’s Guide to the Recording Studio by Wayne Wadham, Schirmer Books, ISBN: 0-02872694-4 l Professional Microphone Techniques by David Mills Huber, Philip Williams. Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation, ISBN: 0-87288-685-9 l Anatomy of a Home Studio: How Everything Really Works, from Microphones to Midi by Scott Wilkinson, Steve Oppenheimer, Mark Isham. Mix Books, ISBN: 091837121X l Live Sound Reinforcement: A Comprehensive Guide to P.A. and Music Reinforcement Systems and Technology by Scott Hunter Stark. Mix Books, ISBN: 0918371074 l Audiopro Home Recording Course Vol 1: A Comprehensive Multimedia Audio Recording Text by Bill Gibson. Mix Books, ISBN: 0918371104 l Audiopro Home Recording Course Vol. 2: A Comprehensive Multimedia Audio Recording Text by Bill Gibson. Mix Books, ISBN: 0918371201

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