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Directed Electronics VS102

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Category: Receivers & Amplifiers

In such states, the exclusion or limitation of this Limited Warranty may not apply to you. This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. In such states, the exclusion or limitations of this Limited Warranty may not apply to you.This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary from state to

Directed Electronics VC2010

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Category: Cameras

("DIRECTED") promises to the original purchaser to repair or replace, free of cost, with a comparable reconditioned model any VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER (hereafter the "UNIT"), which prove to be defective in workmanship or material defect under normal use, provided the following conditions are met: the unit was purchased and installed by an authorized DIRECTED dealer; the unit remains in the vehicle in which the unit was originally installed; and the unit is returned to DIRECTED. The unit in questi

Directed Electronics TD2200PRO TD2200

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Category: Portable Players

Relocating various ground connections Whines and pops: If you have a combination of noises, or if one or more of the problems listed above persists despite efforts to stop the problem, the noise may be caused by one or more of the following problems: . Excessively high input level setting on the amplifier . Poor or open shielding, extra long cables or corroded input cables . Bad connections . Bad (or high resistance) system ground . Reversed polarity on audio signal cables . Poor quality source

Directed Electronics TD2200PRO 225A

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Category: Portable Players

You can achieve this mono channel by using the left positive (+) speaker connection and the right negative (-) speaker connection. (Refer to the end panel drawing on the next page.) Note: Total bridged impedance of less than 4-ohms may trigger the protection circuitry causing reduced output and may eventually damage your amplifier. B r i d g i n g You can operate each pair of channels in both stereo and mono (3 channel or tri-mode) at the same time by using highpass filters (bass blockers) on th

Directed Electronics SR6000

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Category: Security Systems

. . 7 locations for valet/program switch...........8 locations for the status LED................8 finding the wires you need....................9 locations for the optional starter kill relay......9 locations for the relay satellite..............9 obtaining constant 12V...................9 finding the starter wire..................10 finding the 12V switched ignition wire........10 finding the tachometer wire...............11 finding the wait-to-start bulb wire for diesels . . 11 fin

Directed Electronics Soloist Desktop Docking Station

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Category: Speakers & Subwoofers

Table of Contents Safety Precautions and FCC Statement 5 Congratulations 6 How to Use this Guide 6 Box Contents 7 Unpacking and Setting up your Soloist Battery Installation 8 Front View 9 Rear View 10 Remote Control 11 Docking Cradle Types 12 Before inserting the Stiletto Cradle 13 Inserting Docking Cradle 14 Setting the Clock 15 LCD Contrast Setting 16 Installing the Windowsill Antenna 17 Using your Soloist Switching Soloist On and Off 18 Selecting a Source 18 Volume Control 19 Equalization Set

Directed Electronics S800

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Category: Car Audio

• Custom impedance and frequency matched crossover network. They may also impair a driver’s ability to hear traffic sounds or emergency vehicles. Use common sense and practice safe listening habits when listening to or adjusting your audio system. © 2003 Directed Electronics, Inc SOUND QUALITY Obtaining the highest quality sound reproduction in the mobile environment requires installation techniques and knowledge of vehicle interiors that go far beyond simple replacement of stock speakers. Speak

Directed Electronics s650

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Category: Car Audio

Cut out the hole. With the tweeter assembled, route the wires through the hole and the pressure ring and slip the pressure ring over the tweeter assembly. Align the tweeter so the Directed logo faces the desired direction then push the pressure ring on to the rear of the tweeter assembly until the tweeter is snugly mounted to the panel. Connect the speaker wires observing the correct polarity and re-assemble the panel. © 2003 Directed Electronics, Inc Flush Mounting into Mounted Panel

Directed Electronics s550

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Category: Car Audio

• Check behind panels for clearance of metal brackets, hoses, and wire harnesses before making any cuts. • When mounting speakers into doors, roll the window up and down to check clearance of the glass and window regulator. • Make sure the mounting holes are the correct size for the speaker. Undersized holes can cause speaker distortion or shorting of the speaker leads to the chassis ground. Oversized holes will not allow the mounting screws to make sufficient contact with the panel, allowing th

Directed Electronics PVM-4210

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Category: Portable Generators

108 Fort Collins, Colorado 80526 970/493-1901 FAX 970/493-1903 DEI PVM-4210 DEI PVM-4210 Table Of Contents 1.0 Safety...........................................................................................................3 2.0 Overview.....................................................................................................3 3.0 Specifications..............................................................................................6 4.0 Connector Pin-Outs And User Adjust





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