Input Signal Connections
If the source unit has only speaker
outputs, use the Amplified Bazooka's high-level inputs. If the source
unit has both high and low level outputs, we recommend using the
high level inputs over the low level inputs, due to the configuration
of the BTAxx200's balanced input circuit. NEVER
USE BOTH high and low-level inputs at the same time!
Connect the GREEN wire from the 14-pin Molex
plug of the Amplified Bazooka to the source units left (+) positive
speaker output. Connect the GREEN W/BLACK stripe wire of the plug
to the source units left (-) negative speaker output. Connect the
GRAY wire of the plug to the source units right (+) positive speaker
output. Connect the GRAY W/BLACK stripe wire of the plug to the
source units right (-) negative speaker output. If the source unit
has both front and rear speaker outputs, use only one set of speaker
outputs for the high-level input of the Amplified Bazooka.
- Connecting one of the Amplified Bazooka's High-level Input channels
out of phase electrically with the other High-level Input channel
may cause damage to the amplifier's input section. NEVER DO THIS!
If you are not sure of the polarity
of the wires that you are tapping into, connect one channel first
and check it by turning on the unit and listening to it.
If there is no output, turn off the unit and
reverse the polarity of the inputs wires.
If it still has no output, you have other problems,
Check all connections. If it sounds correct, turn off the unit and
connect the other channel.
Turn on the unit again and listen to it, if the
output increases, you are connected correctly.
If the output drops or is reduced, turn off the
unit immediately as it is not the correct polarity and may damage
Reverse polarity of one channel and check it
again, the output should increase which indicates you have the connections