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The
Oliver Audio

LINE

FUSI
power transformer
have
be connected for 230V
230-115V
The proper line fuse for 115V units is 1.6 amp,
slow-blow.
line
within .±10% of the nominal
or
50 Hz or
is recommended but not essential. If the chassis
may be needed to
mike or other low level
115V/230V AIVIPLIFIERS (
F.
to
Units
within
the
United
115j230V power transformers.
Units shipped to
230V
and will be
slow-blow fuses. Because of the
used,
line cords. The line connector on the rear of the
amplifier is
and it is assumed that the user can obtain the
proper cord. Units
will be prominently
115/230
V
United States will be connected for 115V
will use 1.6 amp slow-blow
equipped with standard line cords. These units
will be
tagged to
indicate
Amplifiers with 115/230V power transform­
ers may be reconnected by the user for either line
voltage. 115V
two halves of the transformer
for 230V, the two halves must be connected in
series.
-NOTE-
\\Then reconnecting transformer
must be taken to insure that
The line fuse must be changed when
the line voltage (1.6 amp for 115V; .8 amp for
230V).
AND LINE
external
transformer may be
will be obtained with
should be
or three wire socket
the power
a separ-
rid of hum on
Units)
are
will be connected for
with 0.8 amp
of ac
to
will not include
with
line
230
within
and will be
G.
INSTALLING AMPLIFIER IN AN
ING CABINET
If the
isting cabinet, careful attention should be
the
outline
drawing
Because certain components, especially the power
capacitors, are quite large, it will be seen
that the overhang at the top of the front
is not very great and at the bottom
zero. This \Yill require considerable care in cutting
the necessary hole in the cabinet. It is strongly
recommended that the amplifier be examined in
detail before laying out this hole to prevent costly
mistakes.
Referring to the side view in the out­
line drawing in Section III,
overall front panel height is 5", that the rear panel
is 4.85", and that the side gussets are 4.48"
high. This will make possible the use of a hole
somewhat less than 4.85" high, if the amplifier
can be tipped slightly as it is inserted.
Front panel overhang at each side is
%",
mately
requiring less precision in the horiz­
ontal dimension.
H.
CLOSURE
If the walnut or teak enclosure option was
included with your amplifier, it may be
as outlined below.
of assembled enclosure.)
The enclosure kit consists of the following:
the
for
Wood side
It is recommended that the wood pieces
the
be
finish
sanded
400 or 600
which can
an oil
stores and many
finish materials
If a
necessary to apply filler to the wood before stain-
and
is referred to his friendly paint store or cabinet
Installation
is to be installed in an ex-
shown in
is virtu\ l l ly
J.,
it will be seen that
Section
J. for picture
(one right and one left).
aluminum top cover with
Allen screws and nuts
to amplifier.
have been sanded but not
with fine sandpape r such as
can then be finished as you
and beautiful finish
most anyone anywhere is
without stain. Most paint
hardware stores sell Danish oil
brand is Watco).
finish is desired, it will be
finish. For this process the user
to
J.
III,
3-3

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