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    INF5520 Sound Bar MIC Number: HW-SOUNDBAR-2 Regulatory model: VSB200 p/n: 009-1430-01 U ser’s Guide[...]

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    Page 1 C ontent s Saf ety Inf ormaon .................................................................................................................................................................................. 2 What's Included ............................................................................................................[...]

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    Page 2 Safety Information The HD sound bar is designed and manufactur ed to opera te within dened design limits, and misuse ma y result in electric shock or re. T o prev ent the HD sound bar from being damag ed, the following rules should be observed f or its installaon, use, and maint e - nance. Please Read the f ollowing safety ins truc?[...]

  • Page 5

    Page 3 sound bar , unplug the power cord and con tact your dealer . Con nuous use in this case may r esult in re or electric shock. • Do not use the HD sound bar if any abnormality occur s. If any smok e or odor becomes apparent, unplug the pow er cord and cont act your dealer immediat ely . Do not try to repair the HD sound bar y ourself .[...]

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    Page 5 What's Included Sound bar with installed f eet Remot e Control (ba ery included) Mounng Br ack et Set #1 (2) Mounng Br ack et Set #2 (2) Mounng Scre ws (2) V elcro® tape RCA Ster eo Cable Pow er Adapter Pow er Cords (2) User's Guide (this document) Mounting the Sound Bar IMPORT ANT : The INF5520 must be mount ed to a s[...]

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    Page 6 2) Align the rect angular brack ets with the screw holes on the monitor . NOTE : If the monitor is mounted to f eet, use Mounng Brack et set #1. If the monitor is being mount ed to a wall or t o a stand and y ou want to moun t the sound bar ush with the monitor , use Mounng Brack ets #2. 3) Using the screw s from Step 1, a ach th[...]

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    Page 7 C onnecting the Sound Bar t o y our Sour ce D evic e INPUT 2 INPUT 1 S/PDIF SUB OUT 24V DC Connector Descripon 24V DC Used f or connecng the power adapt er . S/PDIF An SPDIF Opcal connect or used with an alternate sour ce device such as a home theater sy stem, amplier , re - ceiver , set top bo x or DVD Play er . SUB OUT Used wit[...]

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    Page 8 C ontro l P anel Overview Input Mute TVOL TSHD V ol - V ol + Buons Descripon Powe r T urns the sound bar on and o . Input T oggles between the dier ent sources, Input 1, Input 2 and Opc al In. V ol- Decreases the volume. V ol+ Increases the volume. Mute T urns the sound on and o . TVOL T oggles the SRS T ruV olume featur e [...]

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    Page 9 Remot e Over view Buons Descripon Powe r T urns the sound bar on and o . Input T oggles between the dier ent sources, Input 1, Input 2 and Opc al In. V ol+ Increases the volume. V ol- Decreases the volume. Mute T urns the sound on and o . TVOL T oggles the SRS T ruV olume featur e on and o . (When this f eature is on and[...]

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    Page 10 Operating the R emote T o operat e the remote, poin t the remote a t the remote c ontrol sensor in the low er right side of the sound bar . The r ange of opmum opera on is about 30 fee t (10m), 30° to the le and right, 20° up and down. Maint enanc e 1) Unplug the sound bar from pow er . 2) Moisten a so, dry cloth with w ater .[...]

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    Page 1 1 LED Error C odes 123456789 1 0 When an error occur s, the volume strip (LEDs #1 - 7) turns solid e xcep t for the LED which indica tes which error c ondion is occurring (that LED will be ashing). LEDs #8-10 are not used f or error c ondions. LED 1 LED 2 LED 3 LED 4 LEDs 5-7 Error T ype T roubleshoong Tip Blinking Solid Solid So[...]

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    Page 12 Spec ification s Model Number HW -SOUNDBAR-2 Speak ers 4 x 3" High E ciency mid/bass transducer s / 2 x 3/4" High Perf ormance Aluminum Dome T weeters Frequency R esponse 80Hz to 20 kHz Amplier Integr ated Class D @ 15x2 channel w/ .01% THD Frequency R esponse 35Hz up to 80Hz Inputs SPDIF 1 rear of HD sound bar Stereo Audio[...]

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    Page 13 W arranty LIMITED W ARRANTY Subject to the Limita ons, Exclusions and Disclaimer s hereof , InFocus Corpor aon ("InFocus") warr ants that the soundbar (her einaf - ter collecv ely or individually ref erred to as "Product" as appr opriate) will conf orm to InFocus' specic aons and be free fr om def ect[...]

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    Page 14 LIMIT A TION OF LIABILITY IT IS UNDERST OOD AND AGREED THA T INFOCUS' LIABILITY SHALL NO T EXCEED THE RETURN OF THE AMOUNT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE P AID B Y PURCHASER. Where applicable naonal or st ate la w prohibits the ex clusion or limitaon of liability , InFocus e xcludes or limits its liability to the maximum e xtent permie[...]