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B&K Components, Ltd.

User Manual

CT610

CT310

CT602

CT600

CT300

Multi-ZoneAudio/Video Receivers

13226 0905

COMPLETE USER MANUAL - CT RECEIVER

© 2005 B & K Components, Ltd. All rights reserved.

The information in this manual is copyright protected. No part of this manual may be copied or reproduced in any form without prior written consent from B & K Components, Ltd.

B & K Components, Ltd. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR OPERATIONAL, TECHNICAL OR EDITORIAL ERRORS/OMISSIONS MADE IN THIS MANUAL. The information in this manual may be subject to change without prior notice.

The information in this manual may be subject to change without prior notice.

***Warning - PC requirements - 128MB RAM, Pentium grade or better processor, Windows 98SE operating system or greater. (Exception - BKcSuite not supported on Windows NT) ***

SIMPLY BETTER! © is a trademark of B & K Components, Ltd. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or organizations.

B & K Components, Ltd. sells its products through authorized dealers. Buying from an authorized B & K Components, Ltd. dealer insures that you have a FACTORY WARRANTY on your B & K Components, Ltd. product. A warranty on B & K Components, Ltd. products is NOT VALID if the products have been purchased from an unauthorized dealer or an E-taileror if the factory serial number has been removed, defaced or replaced in any way.

Accessories Included

1 - MZ-128Remote Control

4 - AAA Batteries

1 - Power Cord

1 - BK Toolbox CD-ROM

1 - CT Receiver User Manual

1 - CT Receiver Quick Reference Manual

1 - FM Dipole Antenna

1 - AM Antenna

1 - DB9 to RJ-45Adapter

1 - Warranty Card

B&K Components, Ltd.

2100 Old Union Road

Buffalo, New York 14227

1.800.543.5252 In NY: 716.656.0026

Fax: 716.656.1291 E-mail:info@bkcomp.com On the web:www.bkcomp.com

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Table Of Contents

 

Table Of Contents

 

Introduction / Overview

1

CT Receiver Features and Benefits

2

CK1.2 Keypad Features and Benefits

3

Parts and Accessories Guide

4

CT Receiver Front Panel

4

CT Reeiver Back Panel

5

CK1.2 Front Panel / Back Panel

6

MZ-128 Remote Control

7

CT-1 System Integrator

8

RJ-45 to 5 position Phoenix Adapter

8

DB-9 to RJ-45 Adapter

8

BK Toolbox CD-ROM

8

Installation and System Diagrams

9

Basic System Hookup

10

Installation Considerations

11

AC Power and Line Fuse

12

Speaker Connections for CT Receiver

12

CK1.2 Keypad Connections

14

Adding Additional Keypads in the Same Zone.

16

12V Power Supply

16

Shared Source Connections

17

IR Emitter Outputs

18

Zone Line Outputs

19

Changing Line Level Outputs From Fixed to Variable

20

Dedicated Source Inputs (Local)

20

Local Source IR Control

21

Common Control Triggers

22

Additional Connections

23

Factory Reset

23

System Expansion

24

Connecting Two CT Receivers

25

Swap Cable Between Two CT Receivers

25

Adding a 7th Zone Using The AVR507/505/50 Second Zone

26

Swap Cable Construction

27

Using the CT-1 for System Expansion

27

Basic Expanded System Using a CT-1

28

Adding a Home Theater

30

Using a Swap Cable to Control a Theater

31

Setup Using a PC and BKcSuite

32

RJ-45 Pin Out

33

BKcSuite Setup and Overview

34

BKcSuite Task Bar Explained

35

Basic Setup Menu

36

Advanced Setup Menu

37

Hardware Zone Settings - Tab 1

38

Sub-Zoning

40

Code-SetDescription and Overview

41

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Groups / Code Sets / Zones - Tab 2

42

Groups with Mono Zones

43

Input Settings - Tab 3

44

Power On Titles - Tab 4

45

Power-On Preferences - Tab 5

46

Input Configuration - Tab 6

47

Page / Event - Tab 7

48

Display - Tab 8

50

12V Control - Tab 9

51

IR Flasher Settings - Tab 9

52

Security - Tab 10

53

RS-232 Communication - Tab 11

54

Preset Operation - Tab 12

56

Keypad Feedback - Tab 13

57

Preset Editor

58

RS-232 Serial Macro Editor

60

CK1.2 Keypad

61

Setup Using the On Screen Display

62

On Screen Menu Tree Diagram

63

On Screen Menu Operation with the MZ-128

64

Front Panel Buttons

65

On Screen Main Menu

66

Zone Operation

67

Zone Favorite Presets Menu

67

Audio/Video System Setup

68

Inputs Sub-Menu

68

Zones Menu

69

Zone Power On Settings

70

Page/Event Setup

70

Zone Sync Setup

70

Control System Menu

71

Control Menu Setup

71

Display Setup

71

Zone Code-Sets/Names and Group Titles

71

Zone Control I/O

72

Common Control I/O

73

Presets Setup

75

Power On Titles

75

Security Options

76

RS-232 Options

76

Memory Backup

77

System Status

78

Zone Planning Worksheets

79

Troubleshooting Guide

82

Limited Warranty

83

Specifications

84

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1

Introduction / Overview

The Finesse and Power To Please A Household...

The Receiver family serve the same goals; to bring to the entire house the same performance and sound quality B & K has brought to audiophile home theaters and music listening rooms. A level of performance that up to now could only be achieved by a stack of B & K preamplifiers and power amplifiers. Legendary B & K warmth, dynamics, and detail make critical listening possible in every room of the house. New innovations in automation make operating an entire house full of audio/video equipment a matter of one touch, every time!

Typically, the three zone CT Receiver is used for systems with one to three stereo zones and the six zone CT Receiver is used for systems with up to six stereo zones. The six zone reciever offers 55 watts per channel. The three zone reciever offers 55 watts per channel in all zones. CT Receivers can be chained to accommodate independent control for up to 126 zones with 9 shared sources!

Please visit B&K on the web at www.bkcomp.com for information on our full line of hand assembled B & K products, including digital preamplifiers, receivers and high current power amplifiers for the best in movie and music reproduction. High quality amplifiers start at 125 watts per channel in 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7 channel options. For the most demanding listener, our 200 watt per channel amplifiers offer 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7 channel options. All of B&K’s home theater amps are class Apre-driverwith a classA-Bmosfet output stage to supply even the most challenging speakers with massive amounts of driving current. Toroidal transformer power supply, computer grade capacitors, and discrete circuitry using 1% metal film resistors provide superior dynamics and sound quality. B&K, Simply Better!

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CT Receiver Features and Benefits

 

CT Receiver Features and Benefits

Separates Performance

The CT Receivers are born into the heritage of twenty years experience designing and building high current low distortion high-endseparates. Every design, concept, and tested part, unifies the vision that critical listening happens when the music matters. It doesn't matter where you are or what room you are in. With a B&KMulti-Zonereceiver, any room gets the solid deep bass, the warmth, and the transparency of B&K. Extraordinary preamplifier build quality using 1% Metal Film resistors and computer grade electrolytic capacitors lend the CT Reciever preamplifier section precision, linearity and dynamics that will reveal every detail your source components can provide. The ultimate reason to own B&K is the astonishing revolution in performance you'll enjoy. Available in 17” (standard) and 19” (rack mount) black or silver faceplates.

Built-InIntelligence

The CT Receivers work quietly behind the scenes to provide simple automation and flexibility for everyday living. Using unique Personal Action MacrosTM and B&K's SmartZoneTM system, the CT Receiver instantly recalls your favorite settings without any additional external automation systems. The intelligence is built in.

A Single Keypad in Each Room - Multi-ZoneFrom One Central System

The CT310/300 provides three independent listening Zones, the CT610/602 provides six. In each zone the user can freely select sources, raise and lower the volume, adjust the bass or the treble without affecting users in other zones! All the performance and ability that a dedicated stack of high-endseparates would give a user in each room, without any of the visible clutter. Themulti-zonereceiver and all shared sources can be concealed in a cabinet or rack in one central location. Only a keypad need be seen in any zone!

Connect Up to Nine Shared Sources

More than any other single feature, the nine input capability frees the system architecture from restriction. Now, designs can include multiple CD changers or multi-outputhard drives. Nine inputs enables your system to grow in the future and accommodate any new technology.Built-inIR routing allows any of the source components to be identical, yet still be controlled independently without problems.

Video For The Entire House

The CT Receivers incorporate a composite video matrix, delivering a pristine picture to every room in the house. One touch to your remote control or keypad enables you to select from up to ten video sources (nine shared and one dedicated to each zone).

Twin AM/FM Tuners Allow Simultaneous Listening to Two Radio Stations

The CT Receiver Family offers a combination of internal AM/FM tuner configurations. The CT610 and CT310 include two internal tuners. The CT602 also includes two internal tuners. The CT600 and CT300 include one internal AM/FM tuner.

Six Dedicated Zone Inputs

Each zone has its own dedicated local Audio/Video source input. This input can detect when a source is being played and automatically turn the zone on and/or switch from one of the nine shared sources. All the user needs to do is turn on the local source, simple!

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CK1.2 Keypad Features and Benefits

CK1.2 Keypad Features and Benefits

Automation Everywhere!

Keypads Automate the Central System with Local TVs and Components

The CK1.2 keypad can accommodate control of up to twenty devices with four pages of custom labeled buttons per device. Each button can be programmed with a single IR command (pre-programmedfrom the database or learned) or it can be programmed with a macro of up to 190 steps (steps can include IR commands, delays of .1 to 99.9 seconds, and jumps to another page). A vast database of more than one thousand brands instantly programs IR Codes for most products. B&K Batch Learning does the rest in a fraction of the time of any other system. The CK1.2 also featuresRS-232status feedback and input syncing for the zone in which it is operating. Macros can be programmed using the fastest macro programming method available, simply click on the button to make it a macro step. Once one keypad is programmed, the rest can be cloned by simply downloading to each keypad. Each keypad stores its program on an EEPROM so even if the power is lost, the memory is good for up to 10 years.

Point Any Remote Control at the Keypad

The integrated IR pass-throughsends the commands of any IR remote control to both locally installed components and the central system. If your client wants to use a remote control in any room, they can simply point it at the B&K keypad.

Status Feedback to Keypads

RS-232feedback from the CT Reciever to the keypads will keep the keypads in synchronization with the source that is selected. The keypad will stay in sync with the source that is selected, regardless of how it was selected (by a remote control, the front panel controls or the keypad itself). The keypads will also display zone status when the backlight button is pressed. Status feedback includes zone radio station or input name, volume, bass, treble and loudness levels. Additionally a 12VDC status signal lights up the Green Status LED whenever the zone is on.

Multiple Keypads In One Zone

Keypads can be used in a daisy chain application to accommodate up to 6 keypads per hardware zone. Any keypad has the ability to control any zone regardless of whether it is daisy chained (slaved) off another keypad. Slaved keypads are perfect for large rooms that require user interface at both ends. Keypads have successfully been tested up to 1000ft using CAT5-Ecable.

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Parts and Accessories Guide

CT610 / CT310 Front Panel

 

 

 

 

 

B & K C o m p o n e n t s , L t d . CT610

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 Zone Receiver

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

2

Headphone Sleep

Preset

Enter

Save

Down

Up

Source

Menu

Zone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On/Off

3

 

 

 

 

5

 

 

4

1.The front panel Vacuum Florescent Display (VFD) displays what zone you are controlling.

2.The Volume Control adjusts volume of the displayed zone.

3.Stereo headphones with a standard ¼ inch plug connect here. The receiver must be on and in HEADPHONE Mode for proper headphone operation. Headphone mode available in Zone A.

4.The Master Power Switch is only used to completely power off the CT Receiver. Normally, use the Sleep button to power the CT610/310 on or off from the front panel. There is very low electrical consumption when the unit is “sleeping” (35 watts drawn during sleep).

5.The front panel buttons:

Sleep - puts the zone displayed on the front panel in standby mode.

Preset - Steps through favorite audio/video presets for instant recall of setups.

Enter - Confirm selection or display current status of the receiver.

Step UP and Step DOWN for menus and tuner frequency.

Save - Pressing SAVE followed by ENTER saves a favorite preset.

Source - Steps through the various sources for the displayed zone.

Menu - Displays the MAIN menu. When menus are active, it selects the previous menu.

Zone - Steps through the zones. You control the zone that is displayed.

CT Receiver Front Panel (CT602/600/300)

1.Front panel IR receiver window.

2.Main Power Indicator.

3.Master power switch, described above.

B & K C o m p o n e n t s , L t d . CT6006 Z o n e R e c e i v e r

1

Power

2

 

Indicator

 

Power

3

On/Off

 

 

CT Receiver Back Panel

 

5

1

2

3

4

B&K

 

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R I S K O F E L E C T R I C SHOCK

 

 

 

 

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VOLTAGE

 

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D ATA IN

 

 

 

 

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COMMON

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C A U T I O N : F O R C O N T I N U E D

CTRL I/O

P R O T E C T I O N A G A I N S T R I S K

IN -

 

IN -

O F F I R E R E P L A C E O N LY W I T H

 

 

S A M E T Y P E A N D V A L U E F U S E

I N +

 

 

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OUT

 

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LIN E OU T P U T S

 

B U F F E R E D A / V S O U R CE O UTPU T S

 

 

OUT

OUT

OUT

OUT

OUT

 

F

C

9

6

3

 

OUT

OUT

OUT

OUT

OUT

 

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8

5

2

 

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OUT

OUT

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ANTENNA

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IN

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D

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7

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1

 

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IN

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B

8

5

22

 

IN

IN

IN

IN

IN

 

F

C

9

6

3

 

A / V S O U RC E I N P U T S

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPEAKER OUTPUTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARE 4 OHM STABLE

A M A N T EN N A

 

 

IR 9 IR 8 IR 7

 

I R 6

IR 4

 

 

 

I R 3 IR 2 I R 1

 

 

 

Z O NE D

ZO N E C

ZO N E B

Z ON E A

L E F T R I G H T

L E F T R I G H T

L E F T R I G H T

L E F T R I G H T

+

-

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+

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-

+

+

-

-

+

+

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+

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

1.6 Keypad control connections provide 12VDC power, common ground, RS-232transmit, IR Data IN and 12VDC control output triggers. CT310/300 has three keypad control connections. Seepage 14.

2.6 Zone Audio/Video Line outputs for external amplification (factory fixed output) and video monitors (1 per zone). On Screen Display (OSD) menu access is only provided through the zone A video output. See page 19.

3.9 Buffered Audio/Video outputs for daisy-chainapplications. Seepage 18.

4.FM Antenna connection. (Internally split for the two tuners in the CT610/310/602). See page 23.

5.9 Audio/Video shared Source inputs that can be shared throughout all zones. See page 17.

6.9 Infrared emitter outputs for IR routing. 1/8” (3.5mm) mini jack. See page 18.

7.Removable four position phoenix speaker connections. Speaker connections are 4 ohm stable. See page 12.

8.AM Antenna connection. See page 23

9.RF Antenna connection. (Not supported)

10.6 Zone dedicated Audio/Video inputs for local sources, one per zone. See page 20.

11.2 Common control connections with up to 24VAC or DC sensing. The RJ-45jack can be used for computer interface and communicating with otherRS-232devices.

One common control on CT310/300. See page 22 andpage 48.

12.AC Power inlet and AC fuse. See page 12.

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CK1.2 Front Panel / Back Panel

 

 

The CK1.2 Keypad Front Panel

LCD Buttons - Names on the screen

change depending on what activity has been selected. For example, when CD is the activity, you’ll see the button names change to Play, Stop etc. so that the source can be controlled.

Power LED Lights up when this Zone/Room is ON. (Controlled by the 12V Control)

Page Button press to display any additional pages of functions.

Main Button

The Main button always returns you to the Main Menu so that you can select a new device (activity) or turn the system on or off.

Screen Title - Displays what Source is selected ( i.e. device or activity like “CD” or “SAT”). “Main” indicates the Main Menu for selecting a new device or activity.

Volume/Mute Buttons control the level of the sound.

Favorites Button

Press to display up to five pages of your favorite radio station presets or TV channel macros.

Change Buttons - Change to the next channel, chapter, song or B & K sound preset; depending on the selected activity.

Backlight Button lights the keypad display and also recalls status feedback for that zone. Status feedback will display input, radio station, volume, bass, treble and loudness levels.

Remote Control IR Receiver conceals an IR (Infrared) Sensor which relays commands from hand held IR remote control to the main unit and components connected to flashers.

Programming Jack - Behind the Faceplate

Four tabs hold the faceplate to the keypad chassis. To remove the faceplate, simply pull the faceplate off the keypad chassis. Once removed, the Programming Jack is revealed. Note: When testing keypad functionality, remove the programming jack. The keypad will not receive RS-232communication while the programming jack is plugged in.

Slave [OUT]

Used when running multiple keypads in one zone or daisy chaining additional zones.

Master [IN]

The RJ-45Master [IN] is used for the home run back to the

CT Receiver. RJ-45termination allows the use ofCAT-5

cable to be used for keypad installation.

Alternate Master [IN]

The alternate master operates identically to the Master [IN]. Additionally, 12V controls or local source emitters can be terminated here. Refer to page 21 of this manual for details.

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MZ-128Remote Control

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Accessories

 

CT-1System IntegratorP/N: 52615

The CT-1is used to link multiple CT products together using IR as the communication interface. OneCT-1can accommodate 3 CT products, 9 shared sources, a CK1.2 Keypad and one home theater piece. TheCT-1makes operation of shared identical sources possible between multiple CT products, it also makes future expansion of a system simple. Please refer to the System Expansion section of this manual for more information on using theCT-1.

CT IN MASTER

 

HOME THEATER

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S E R I A L #

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RS-232

 

ROUTING

 

SENSOR

 

 

 

 

XMIT

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CT 3 IR FLASHER IN / [ CHAIN OUT ]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CT 2 FLASHER IN

 

 

 

 

IN

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

[ OUT ]

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

OUT

OUT

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

CHAIN

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

OUT

 

 

 

 

 

FLASHER OUT

 

 

 

IN

 

 

 

 

CT 1 FLASHER IN

 

 

 

 

 

 

B&K Components, Ltd. CT-1

IR ROUTING SYSTEM INTEGRATOR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RJ-45to 5 position Phoenix AdapterP/N: 21419

These adapters allow termination into RJ-45for easy connection into the back panel of a CT product. Standard Category 5 cabling can be used to install the keypads. These adapters are available through

B&K Components or B & K dealers.

DB-9toRJ-45AdapterP/N:13290

Included with any CT Receiver product, this adapter allows easy interface between a PC and any B&K product using a standard terminated CAT5 cable. The adapter plugs into the serial port of the PC.

***Warning - PC requirements - 128MB RAM, Pentium grade or better processor, Windows 98SE operating system or greater. (Exception - BKcSuite not supported on Windows NT) ***

BK Toolbox CD-ROMP/N: 13323

B&K offers PC based setup software (BKcSuite) for all of its receivers and preamplifiers . BKcSuite is designed to expedite the setup process by allowing users to edit presets, save files and create templates virtually before downloading them to the unit. The Toolbox CD-ROMincludes programming software for B&K receivers/processors plus the SR10.1 remote control and CK1.2 Keypad. A PDF library of the B&K product line is also included with BKcSuite. The library includes B&K product manuals past and present, systems diagrams and reference material forRS-232communication. Additional information is available on the web atwww.bkcomp.com.

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Installation and System Diagrams

Installation and System Diagrams

Zone D

Zone C

Zone B

Zone A

 

Zone E

Keypads

Sources

Zone F

CT602

Zone Speaker

Connections

Zone F Zone E

Zone D

Zone C

Zone B Zone A

 

 

See the following pages for details describing

 

B&K

 

installation procedures.

 

 

 

 

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Basic System Hookup

 

Keypads connect to the Zone Control terminals on the CT Receiver using CAT-5cable and/or phoenix connectors. Composite video is used for video distribution, usuallyRG-6or better.

Video

IR Flashers for A/V components are connected to the IR flasher outputs corresponding the their A/V Input number.

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Installation Considerations

Installation Considerations

C A U T I O N

R I S K O F E L E C T R I C S H O C K

D O N O T O P E N

Placement and Ventilation

The CT Receiver incorporates built in power amplifiers and requires at least 3" of free air space above the unit. If built into a rack, please insert at least one rack space of vent panel immediately above the unit.

Default Operation

The factory default of a B&K CT Receiver is designed for simplicity and functionality right out of the box! Default settings will allow for simple functions such as zone power, volume control, input changing and video connections to be checked as soon as they are connected. No programming required!

Connection Strategy

Connecting a CT Reciever can be a daunting task at first glance. However, the secret to a great looking and easy to service installation is to be as deliberate as possible. Make the installation SERVICEABLE as well as neat! Dress the wires in groups according to purpose:

·AC Power lines tied together and attached to the cabinet/rack on the opposite side of the signal cabling. Any component without enough slack in the power wire to enable rotating it or extracting it should have its length extended with a dedicated extension cord.

·Speaker wires tied together and attached to the cabinet/rack on the opposite side of AC Power lines.

·Antennas should be routed so that they can be positioned later.

·IR emitters should be routed and tied down, but NOT attached to source components. Remember, emitter position is best done with the system powered up! Emitter wires can safely be run adjacent to AC Power cables.

·Combine Keypad/IR Sensor cables together with any Dedicated Zone Input cables that originates in another zone. Tie each Zone Control cable together with its dedicated source. Tie everything together; make sure there is a service loop of free cable and dress on the opposite side of the AC Power cables.

·Combine all cables coming from the sources, label each cable and connect them to the nine inputs.

·Combine all buffered outputs and connect to additional preamplifiers/receivers in the system.

·If you are utilizing any external power amps, combine the zone line outputs and connect to each amplifier in turn.

Always leave enough slack in the ends of the cable so that the CT Receiver can be rotated in its shelf or pulled out of the shelf. Don't leave all the wires tied down so tightly that the components cannot be rotated or extracted from the rack without huge difficulty.

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