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Harman-Kardon MAS 100 Owner's Manual

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MAS 100/
MAS 110


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  • Page 2: Safety Information

    SAFETY INFORMATION Important Safety Instructions Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with a dry cloth. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    FRONT- PANEL CONTROLS REAR-PANEL CONNECTIONS REAR-PANEL CONNECTIONS REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS INSTALLATION OPERATION Using the Remote Control Turning On the MAS 100/MAS 110 Setting the Clock Setting the Alarms Volume Control Speaker Setup (Tone Controls) Source Selection FM Radio Program Station Presets...
  • Page 4: Introduction And Features

    MAS 110 system Supplied Accessories The following accessory items are supplied with the MAS 100/MAS 110. If any of these items are missing, please contact Harman Kardon customer service at FM wire antenna...
  • Page 5: Front-panel Controls

    The MAS 100 and MAS 110 use touch-sensitive controls. To use a control, tap gently on its lit icon. Controls are the same for all models. NOTE: Power: Turns the MAS 100/MAS 110 on or places it in Standby mode. To completely power off the unit, unplug the power supply.
  • Page 6: Rear-panel Connections

    MP3 or WMA files. Although most USB flash and hard-disk drives in the FAT32 file format, as well as many MP3 players, are com- patible with the MAS 100 and MAS 110 systems, due to the wide variety of manufacturers, playback cannot be guaranteed. Do not connect an iPod or iPhone to this port.
  • Page 7: Rear-panel Connections

    REAR-PANEL CONNECTIONS AC Power Input Right Speaker Output Right and Left Speaker Output Terminals: speaker wire to connect each set of terminals to the correct speaker. Remember to observe the correct polarity (positive and negative con- nections). Connect the included ribbon cable to this Input From Controller: connector and to the corresponding connector on the MAS controller.
  • Page 8: Remote Control Functions

    REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS Power: Turns the MAS 100/MAS 110 on or off. To completely power off the unit, unplug the power supply. Sleep: Each press increases the time until turn-off, from 10 to 90 minutes, in increments of 10 minutes. The next press after the 90 min- utes setting turns off the Sleep function.
  • Page 9 After 3 sec- onds, the first track in the new folder will begin playing. Mute: Press to temporarily silence the speakers. Press again to restore audio. Muting is canceled if the MAS 100/MAS 110 is turned off. Power Source Selectors Info...
  • Page 10: Installation

    Remove the iPod from any case, and dock it in The Bridge II, as shown in Figure 1. The MAS 100/MAS 110 features eight audio inputs for other devices, such as portable players. This step is optional, and may be skipped if you have no external devices.
  • Page 11 Phono (MM) Inputs on the rear panel of the controller. If it is another type of turntable, do not connect it to the MAS 100 or MAS 110 without using a separate phono preamp, available from electronics outlets. Do not connect a turntable to another set of inputs without using a phono preamp.
  • Page 12: Operation

    Using the Remote Control Point the remote at the front of the MAS 100/MAS 110. The remote IR sensor is located on the right half of the front panel of the controller. Do not block the sensor. The remote has a range of approximately 6m, up to 30 degrees off center.
  • Page 13 Press the Enter Button to display “Alarm 1”. Use the 7 / 3 Buttons to display “Alarm 2”. When the desired alarm is displayed, press the Enter Button to set it. The “Weekday: On” message will appear. Use the 7 / 3 Buttons to display the Weekday Time, Weekend On/ Off, Weekend Time or Source Settings, and press the Enter Button to make a change.
  • Page 14: Volume Control

    Press the Enter Button to save the change. Source Selection The first time the MAS 100/MAS 110 is turned on, it will default to the CD Input. Press a Source Selector to switch to another source: Disc, USB,...
  • Page 15: Dab Tuner (mas 110 Systems Only)

    The mechanism will detect the disc and pull it the rest of the way in. Do not attempt to force the disc. If the disc will not load, turn off the MAS 100/MAS 110, unplug it and bring it to an authorized Harman Kardon service center for inspection.
  • Page 16: Usb

    +10 and –10 Numeric Keys. The MAS 100/MAS 110 is equipped with two USB Ports, one on the rear panel of the controller, and one on the right side panel, near the front of the controller.
  • Page 17: Auxiliary Inputs

    AUXILIARY INPUTS The MAS 100/MAS 110 is equipped with three analog audio inputs, a phono input (MM type) and four digital audio inputs. If you have connect- ed a compatible device, such as a portable audio player or a cassette deck, select the corresponding auxiliary input as the source and use the device’s own controls.
  • Page 18: Troubleshooting Guide

    If the “PROTECT” message appears, press and hold the remote control Power Button for at least 1 second to turn off the MAS 100/MAS 110, then unplug the system. Do not use it without first bringing it to an authorized Harman Kardon service center for inspection.
  • Page 19: Technical Specifications

    TEChNICAL SPECIFICATIONS SYSTEM: Power output: 65 watts per channel, 20Hz – 20kHz, THD <0.07%, into 6 ohms, both channels driven Bandwidth: 20Hz – 35kHz, –3dB System frequency response: 20Hz – 20kHz, ±0.5dB Signal-to-noise ratio, A-weighted: 90dB (Analog inputs), 96dB (Digital inputs) Channel separation: ≤65dB Crosstalk between sources: ≤70dB Line-level input sensitivity at 1kHz: 250mV RMS, ±1dB...
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