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LIFE STYLE HI-FI COMPONENT SYSTEM
C-707I

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

This model consists of a main unit (RD-C707) and a pair of speakers (LS-C707).
Declaration of Conformity with regard to
Decla
the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Manufacturer:
Kenwood Corporation
2967-3 Ishikawa-machi, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo, 192-8525 Japan
EU Representative's:
Kenwood Electronics Europe BV
Amsterdamseweg 37, 1422 AC UITHOORN, The Netherlands
© B60-5700-08/00 (E/X) AB

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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    This model consists of a main unit (RD-C707) and a pair of speakers (LS-C707). Decla Declaration of Conformity with regard to the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC Manufacturer: Kenwood Corporation 2967-3 Ishikawa-machi, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo, 192-8525 Japan EU Representative’s: Kenwood Electronics Europe BV Amsterdamseweg 37, 1422 AC UITHOORN, The Netherlands © B60-5700-08/00 (E/X) AB...
  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Before Applying Power Caution: Read this page carefully to ensure safe operation. Units are designed for operation as follows. Australia .............AC 240 V only Europe ............AC 230 V only Safety precautions WARNING : TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    Safety Precautions IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Caution: Read this page carefully to ensure safe operation. Read Instructions accessory recommended by the manufacturer. – All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. A product and cart combination should be moved with care.
  • Page 4 Safety Precautions IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 8. Power Cord Protection d) If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. – Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched e) If the product has been dropped or by items placed upon or against them, paying damaged in any way, and...
  • Page 5 Safety Precautions 19. Outdoor Antenna Grounding Information on Disposal of Old Electrical – If an outside antenna or cable system is and Electronic Equipment (applicable for connected to the product, be sure the antenna EU countries that have adopted separate or cable system is grounded so as to provide waste collection systems) some protection against voltage surges and...
  • Page 6: How To Use This Manual

    How to Use This Manual Operation procedure While this system can be controlled from either the remote control or the main unit, the explanations in this manual primarily describe operation procedures using the remote control. This section explains how to play a CD. In addition to commercially available music CDs, you also can play discs with MP3 and WMA audio files recorded on them.
  • Page 7 How to Use This Manual Operation icons Explains the procedure for CDs. Explains the procedures for USB devices. Related functions that may also be helpful Explains the procedure for the radio. Explains the procedure for digital audio players. Supported Media R Page 24 Related Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Information...
  • Page 8: Disc Playback

    An AUX input terminal supports connection of a cassette deck, a video deck, or other device. Kenwood digital audio player support D.AUDIO IN terminal This input terminal supports use of a Kenwood digital audio player, which can be controlled using the system or remote control. Supports recording from a variety of sound sources...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Contents To ensure safety, read the items by this mark carefully. Procedures by Input Source P.29 Before Using the This chapter explains how to connect and use System the system with the diff erent input sources. • Be sure to read these precautions. •...
  • Page 10: Accessories

    If any accessories are missing, or if the unit is damaged or fails to operate, notify your dealer immediately. If the unit was shipped to you directly, notify your shipper immediately. Kenwood recommends that you retain the original carton and packing materials in case you need to move or ship the unit in the future.
  • Page 11: Installing The System

    Installing the System Notes on installing the system Always install the system on a fl at, stable surface. When installing the system on a stand of some sort, be sure to check the strength of the stand. Do not locate the speakers too close to a TV or PC. The magnets used in the speakers may cause color irregularities on TV or PC screens.
  • Page 12: Connecting The System

    Connecting the System Main Connections Do not plug the AC power cord into an AC wall outlet until all the connections are completed. Caution for Before disconnecting any cords or cables, always turn the system off and unplug the power cord Connection from the AC wall outlet.
  • Page 13: Connecting The Ac Adapter

    Connecting the System If the system does not operate normally or shows display errors, reset the Microcomputer malfunctions microcomputer. (Page 81) Connecting the AC adapter Use only the AC-120400A that comes with this product. To ensure optimum operation of the system, locate the AC adapter as far away as possible from the system. AC power cord To AC wall outlet Do not cover or wrap the AC adapter with cloth, blanket or other material.
  • Page 14: Detaching And Attaching The Speakers

    Connecting the System Detaching and attaching the speakers You can detach the speakers from the main unit and position them as you like. Before detaching or attaching the speakers, or replacing the speaker cords, always turn the system off and unplug the power cord from the AC wall outlet.
  • Page 15: Connecting The Speakers

    Connecting the System Connecting the speakers Align the speaker with the main unit so the protrusions in the main unit enter the installation holes of the speaker. From the front of the speaker, move it as indicated by the arrow. Replacing the speaker cords If you want to use the speakers while they are detached from the main unit and the speaker cords are too short, you can replace the supplied cords with the following type of commercially available speaker cords: AWG24-18 (Conductor...
  • Page 16 Connect digital audio players to the [D.AUDIO IN] terminal on the front panel of the main unit. If you connect a Kenwood player that supports digital audio link using the dedicated cable, you can control the player from the main unit and the remote control. (Page 48) It can also be connected using a 3.5 mm stereo mini-...
  • Page 17 VCR, etc. Audio OUT REC OUT Connect a Kenwood digital audio player with direct encode feature to the [REC OUT] terminal on the rear panel of the main unit. [REC OUT] outputs an analog audio signal. SUB WOOFER PRE OUT...
  • Page 18: Component Names And Functions

    Component Names and Functions Main unit CD slot (Page 30) Front Standby timer Display (Page 19) indicator Red: Normal standby Orange: Timer standby Remote sensor (Page 21) VOLUME (Page 22) Power (Page 23) Turns the system on G, H or off (Standby). (Pages 34, 35, 50, 57) TUNER/band STOPF...
  • Page 19 Component Names and Functions The displays shown here may diff er Display from the actual display. Lights in the PTY search mode. (Page 47 ) Lights when an RDS broadcast is received. (Page 46) Displayed while SOUND is selected. Shows numbers and text. (Page 65) Displayed while EX.BASS is on.
  • Page 20 Component Names and Functions Remote control keys with the same names as keys on the Remote control main unit have the same functions as the main unit keys. Switches power on and off Displays channel. (Page 46) (Standby). (Page 23) Adjusts the recording level.
  • Page 21: Using The Remote Control

    Component Names and Functions Using the remote control After plugging the main unit into an AC wall outlet, press the power [K] key on the remote control unit to turn the system on. After the system powers up, press the key for the function you want to use.
  • Page 22: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation This section explains basic general operations and how to play music. Adjusting the volume level Lowers the Raises the volume volume Raises the volume Lowers the volume Mute Press this key again to unmute the sound. C-707I...
  • Page 23: Start Playback

    Basic Operation Check the connections. (Pages 12-17) Preparations Have the remote control ready. (Page 21) If you plan to use a USB device, digital audio player, iPod, or other external device, connect the device to the main unit. (Pages 16, 17) Turn on the system.
  • Page 24: Important Information

    USB mass storage class compliant digital audio player to USB fl ash memory the [ USB] terminal. Note that Kenwood will not be held liable for any losses related to malfunction, damage, or data loss due to connection of any other type of device.
  • Page 25 Important Information Supported Audio Files On this system, you can play the audio fi le types listed below (MP3, WMA), which have been recorded with a CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, or USB device. MP3 fi les Number of File Limits File formats: MPEG 1 Audio Layer 3/ MPEG 2 Audio Layer Max.
  • Page 26: Handling Discs

    USB device to be lost. Note that make proper playback impossible. Kenwood will not be held liable for any losses arising This system supplies power to USB devices, which out of loss of stored contents.
  • Page 27 Software version contents stored on the iPod to be lost. Note that iPod 4th Generation (Click wheel) 3.02 or more Kenwood will not be held liable for any losses arising 20GB/40GB out of loss of stored contents. iPod mini 1.2 or more...
  • Page 28 Important Information Notes on transporting or moving the system Before transporting or moving this system, take the following actions: 1 Disconnect any iPod, USB fl ash memory, or USB audio player connected to the main unit. If there is a CD loaded in the system, remove it.
  • Page 29 Procedures by Input Source This chapter explains the operation procedures for each input source. For information on the sound quality settings and component settings regardless of the input source, see <Audio Settings> (page 63) and <Component Settings> (page 67). If an error is displayed or a problem arises, see <Maintenance> (page 77). •...
  • Page 30: Playing A Cd

    This section explains how to play a CD. In addition to commercially available music CDs, you also can play discs with MP3 and WMA audio fi les recorded on them. For details, see <Supported Media> (page 24). Playing a CD Load and play the CD.
  • Page 31: Removing A Cd

    Supported Media R Page 24 Related Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Information Selecting Track Program Playback Mode R Page 39 Cautions when loading a CD – A CD cannot be loaded while the system is in Standby mode. – Do not try to force a CD into the inlet slot while the system is in Standby mode. Doing so can cause malfunction.
  • Page 32: Usb

    Depending on the connected device, the number of fi les, and other factors, reading of fi les can take some time. If you are using a Kenwood digital audio player, a USB USB mode connection mode selection screen may appear. Select “Storage Mode”...
  • Page 33: Disconnecting A Usb Device

    Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Connecting Other (Commercially Available) Devices Related R Page 16 Selecting Track Program Playback Mode R Page 39 Supported Media R Page 24 Information Handling USB devices R Page 26 Disconnecting a USB device Press the [F] key to stop playback. Press the [F] key again.
  • Page 34: Cd/Usb Playback Operations

    CD/USB Playback Operations This section explains how to do normal playback, in addition to folder playback, program playback, random playback and repeat playback. Operations During Playback Operations during CD playback Pausing and resuming playback Press the [CDE] key. Stopping playback Press the [F] key.
  • Page 35 CD/USB Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Related Selecting Folder Playback Mode R Page 37 Information Operations during USB playback Pausing and resuming playback Press the [USBE] key. Stopping playback Press the [F] key. Playing the tracks in the previous/next folder (in Folder Playback mode) To go to the previous folder, press the [PREV.] key.
  • Page 36: Switching Display Contents

    CD/USB Switching Display Contents Selecting title display and TAG information display MP3/WMA TAG information such as track titles, artist names and album names are recorded in audio fi les. The display changes as shown below each time you press the [DISPLAY] key.
  • Page 37: Selecting Folder Playback Mode

    CD/USB CD/USB Supported Audio Files R Page 25 Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Related Related Selecting Track Program Playback Mode R Page 39 Setting the System Clock R Page 68 Information Information Track Random Playback Mode R Page 41 Track Repeat Playback Mode R Page 41 Selecting Folder Playback Mode MP3/WMA...
  • Page 38 CD/USB Playback sequence for folders and track fi les MP3/WMA When you play a CD or music from a USB device that contains recorded audio fi les, the track fi les are played sequentially beginning with the fi les in the ROOT folder, as shown in the fi gure. Sample folder confi guration Folder name Track fi le name...
  • Page 39: Selecting Track Program Playback Mode

    CD/USB CD/USB Supported Audio Files R Page 25 Related Related Track Random Playback Mode R Page 41 Track Repeat Playback Mode R Page 41 Information Information Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Selecting Track Program Playback Mode You can select the sequence for up to 32 tracks. If the CD is already playing, press the [F] key to stop playback.
  • Page 40 CD/USB Use the number keys or the [G] and [H] keys to select the track or fi le you want to listen to. Program number Track number Track 10 selected as program track 1 Press the [ENTER] key. If you enter the wrong track or fi le in a program, press the [ENTER] key and then the [CLEAR] key.
  • Page 41: Track Random Playback Mode

    CD/USB CD/USB Selecting Folder Playback Mode R Page 37 Related Related Selecting Track Program Playback Mode R Page 39 Information Information Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Track Random Playback Mode This mode plays the tracks in the current CD or in a folder in a random sequence.
  • Page 42: Receiving Radio Broadcasts

    Receiving Radio Broadcasts This section explains how to listen to the FM/AM radio and set radio stations. Listening to FM/AM Radio Simply pressing the [TUNER/band] key turns on the system and allows you to listen to the radio. Select a reception mode. Press the [TUNER/band] key.
  • Page 43 Receiving Radio Broadcasts Presetting Stations R Page 44 Related Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Information Setting the System Clock R Page 68 Choosing from stations that are not preset (Auto/Manual Tuning) Using Auto Tuning Holding down the [TUNINGI/J] key for more than 1 second will cause the system to jump automatically to the next receivable station.
  • Page 44: Presetting Stations

    Receiving Radio Broadcasts Presetting Stations Use this procedure to make the station you are currently listening to a preset number. If the selected preset number is already assigned a station, the existing station is overwritten by the new station. You can preset up to 40 FM and AM stations. Select the reception mode you want to use to preset a station.
  • Page 45: Clearing All Preset Stations

    Receiving Radio Broadcasts Receiving Radio Broadcasts RPage XX Listening to FM/AM Radio R Page 42 Related Related RPage XX- Information Information Clearing All Preset Stations This procedure deletes all of the currently preset stations. Hold down the [CLEAR] key for about 4 seconds. The message “TUNER CLEAR?”...
  • Page 46: Rds (Radio Data System)

    RDS (Radio Data System) This system is designed for RDS reception, it can extract the information from the broadcast signal for use with various functions such as automatic display of the station name. Select the FM band. (Page 42) PS (Program Service) Name Display When an RDS broadcast is received, the station name is automatically displayed.
  • Page 47: Searching For A Desired Program Type (Pty Search)

    RDS (Radio Data System) Listening to FM/AM Radio R Page 42 Related Information Searching for a Desired Program Type (PTY Search) The tuner automatically searches for a station which is currently broadcasting a specified program type (genre). Press the [PTY] key. When an RDS broadcast is received, the program type is shown on the display.
  • Page 48: D.audio

    D.AUDIO You can connect a Kenwood digital audio player (referred to hereafter simply as “digital audio player”) to the system and use it to play tracks. Playing Back from a Digital Audio Player Use this procedure to connect a digital audio player to the system and play tracks.
  • Page 49: Disconnecting The Digital Audio Player

    D.AUDIO Connecting Other (Commercially Available) Devices R Page 16 Related Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Information Adjusting the Input Level R Page 51 Disconnecting the Digital Audio Player Turn off this system and the digital audio player. Disconnect the digital audio player. Disconnect the digital audio player’s connection cable from the [D.AUDIO IN] terminal.
  • Page 50 D.AUDIO Operations during digital audio player playback Pausing and resuming playback Press the [D.AUDIOE] key. Playing the tracks in the previous/next folder To go to the previous folder, press the [PREV.] key. To go to the next folder, press the [NEXT] key. Skipping forward/back Hold down the [G] or [H] key.
  • Page 51: Adjusting The Input Level

    D.AUDIO D.AUDIO RPage XX Playing Back from a Digital Audio Player R Page 48 Related Related RPage XX- Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Information Information Adjusting the Input Level Use the following procedure to adjust the input level of a digital audio player.
  • Page 52: Recording To A Digital Audio Player

    Recording to a Digital Audio Player This section explains how to record from a variety of diff erent sources to a Kenwood digital audio player. You also can confi gure the digital audio player to detect silence and divide the recording into tracks automatically.
  • Page 53: Start Recording

    D.AUDIO D.AUDIO RPage XX Connecting Other (Commercially Available) Devices R Page 16 Related Related RPage XX- Adjusting the Recording Level R Page 54 Information Information Prepare the source to be recorded. Recording from a CD, USB, iPod Press the [CDE], [USBE], or [iPodE] key to pause playback. Select the track you want to record or pause at the location from which you want to start recording.
  • Page 54: Adjusting The Recording Level

    Select the output level. Press the [REC OUT LEVEL] key to toggle between the recording levels. When a Kenwood digital audio player is connected to the [REC OUT] terminal, it is recommended that you select the optimal recording level for each device.
  • Page 56: Connecting And Playing Back From An Ipod

    iPod This section explains how to connect and play back from an iPod. Connecting and Playing Back from an iPod Use this procedure to connect an iPod to the system for playback. Also refer to the instruction manual that comes with the iPod you are connecting. Use the PNC-iP120 connecting cable (optional accessory) to connect an iPod.
  • Page 57 iPod Connecting Other (Commercially Available) Devices R Page 16 Related Supported iPod Models R Page 27 Information Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Operations during iPod playback Pausing and resuming playback Press the [iPodE] key. Playing the tracks in the previous/next album To go to the previous album, press the [PREV.] key.
  • Page 58: Random Track Playback Mode (Shuffl E)

    iPod Random Track Playback Mode (Shuffl e) This mode plays the tracks on an iPod in random sequence. Press the [RANDOM] key. The mode changes as shown below each time you press the key. Track random playback Album random playback Check the iPod display to see the currently selected shuffl e mode.
  • Page 59: Track Repeat Playback Mode

    iPod iPod RPage XX Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Related Related RPage XX- Information Information Track Repeat Playback Mode This mode repeatedly plays the tracks on an iPod. Press the [iPodE] key to play a track you want to repeat.
  • Page 60: External Components

    External Components This section explains how to connect external components to the system and play back tracks. Playback from External Components Connect the external component to the system as described in <Connecting Other (Commercially Available) Devices> (page 17). When connecting external components, always turn this system and the external components off beforehand.
  • Page 61: Disconnecting The External Component

    External Components Connecting Other (Commercially Available) Devices R Page 17 Related Audio Settings R Page 63 onwards Information Adjusting the Input Level R Page 62 Disconnecting the External Component Turn off this system and the external component. Disconnect the external component. English...
  • Page 62: Adjusting The Input Level

    External Components Adjusting the Input Level Use the procedure below to adjust the input level for the external component connected to the [AUX IN] terminal. Use this adjustment when the volume from an external component is noticeably higher or lower than other input sources at the same volume setting.
  • Page 63 Audio Settings Use the procedures in this chapter to specify the sound quality settings for your stereo system. The EX.BASS setting can be adjusted for enhanced bass, and the SOUND setting can be adjusted to bring out the optimal sound quality of each track.
  • Page 64 EX.BASS The EX.BASS setting can be used to enhance the bass range. Enhancing the Bass Range Press the [EX.BASS] key. The setting changes as shown below each time you press the [EX.BASS] key. “EX.BASS” appears. “EX.BASS” disappears. Turning on EX.BASS disables the SOUND function automatically. C-707I...
  • Page 65 SOUND Use this setting to adjust the low and right ranges and achieve the type of sound you want. Adjusting the High Range and Low Range Press the [SOUND] key to select the range level. The range being adjusted changes as shown below each time you press the [SOUND] key.
  • Page 67 Component Settings This chapter explains basic timekeeping settings, as well as settings for the timer, display, and other functions that help make the system easier to use. Setting the System Clock ………………………68 Setting the Timer • Setting the Sleep Timer (SLEEP) …………………………… 69 •...
  • Page 68: Setting The System Clock

    Setting the System Clock Set the system clock to the correct time. If the system clock time setting is not correct, the Program Timer will not start playback at the correct time. Press the [TIMER] key. Press the [<] or [>] key. Press the [ENTER] key.
  • Page 69: Setting The Timer

    Setting the Timer Related Information A Sleep Timer automatically turns the system off after a set interval, while a Program Timer starts playback at a specifi ed time. Setting the Sleep Timer (SLEEP) The timer turns the system off automatically after a preset interval. You can set an interval from 10 to 90 minutes, in 10-minute increments.
  • Page 70: Setting The Program Timer (Program)

    Setting the Timer Setting the Program Timer (PROGRAM) This function allows you to use the timer to start playback automatically at a specifi ed time. You can set two timers (PROG. 1 and PROG. 2) at the same time. Set the system clock to the correct time before performing this procedure. (Page 68) If you want the radio to play when the programmed time is reached, preset the station before performing this procedure.
  • Page 71 Setting the Timer Setting the Timer RPage XX Presetting Stations R Page 44 Related Related RPage XX Setting the System Clock R Page 68 Information Information Select the day (or days) on which the Program Timer will run. Press the [<] or [>] key. The mode setting cycles as shown below each time you press a key.
  • Page 72: Select The Input Source

    Setting the Timer Specify the “OFF TIME” (off time). Use the [<] and [>] keys to set the hour. Press the [ENTER] key. Use the [<] and [>] keys to set the minutes. Press the [ENTER] key. Select “PLAY” or “AI PLAY”. Press the [<] or [>] key.
  • Page 73 Setting the Timer Setting the Timer RPage XX Setting the System Clock R Page 68 Related Related RPage XX Information Information Press the power [K] key to turn the power OFF. The [STANDBY/TIMER] indicator on the main unit lights in orange. To exit the setting procedure part way through Press the [TIMER] key.
  • Page 74: Display Settings

    Display Settings Use this procedure to adjust the brightness of the display. Setting the Display Brightness (DIMMER) The brightness of the display can be adjusted to one of 2 levels. Adjust the brightness according to your preferences and the conditions in the room. Hold down the [DIMMER] key for about 2 seconds.
  • Page 75: Auto Power Save

    Auto Power Save Related Information Auto Power Save (A.P.S.) is automatically turns the system off if no operation is performed for 30 minutes after a CD or a USB connected device stops playing. Hold down the [A.P.S.] key for about 2 seconds. The setting toggles on and off each time you hold down the key.
  • Page 77 Maintenance This chapter explains what to do when error messages appear on the display or when problems arise. It also describes how to store and maintain the system so it continues to provide enjoyment for many years to come. Messages …………………………………………78 Troubleshooting …………………………………79 Glossary …………………………………………82...
  • Page 78: Messages

    Messages Displayed Message Meaning Can't READ * CD disc information cannot be read correctly. R The disc is dirty. Clean the disc. (See <Care and Storage>.) (Page 83) (* is a number or symbol.) R Insert the disc correctly in the center of the inlet slot. (Page 30) The CD is loaded the other way around.
  • Page 79: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Whenever the system is not operating as expected, check the following tables to see if you can resolve the problem yourself before requesting service. Amplifi er/Speakers Symptoms Solution Ref. page No sound output. Check all connections as described in <Connecting 12 - 17 the System>.
  • Page 80 If this does not eject the CD, request servicing. Components connected to the [D.AUDIO IN] terminal Symptoms Solution Ref. page The main unit and Use a dedicated cable for connection. Check whether the connected model is compatible. remote control cannot control a Kenwood digital audio player. C-707I...
  • Page 81: Remote Control

    Troubleshooting Device connected to the [iPod] terminal Symptoms Solution Ref. page iPod is not recognized. Connect with a PNC-iP120 iPod connection cable (optional accessory). Connect the PNC-iP120 iPod connection cable securely. Check that the iPod model is compatible for playback by the system.
  • Page 82: Glossary

    Glossary Term Meaning Page CD-DA Refers to music CDs. Almost all discs normally referred to as “CDs” are actually CD-DA discs. An audio compression method developed by Germany's Fraunhofer IIS, which achieves high rates of data compression by discarding data not readily audible to humans. MP3 can compress data down to rates of approximately 1/11 (128 kbps) while retaining sound quality equivalent to a music CD.
  • Page 83: Care And Storage

    Care and Storage Care and storage of main unit Care and storage of CDs Keep the system out of the following Storing a CD locations If you do not plan to use a CD for a long time, remove it from the main unit and store it in its Areas exposed to direct sunlight.
  • Page 84: Specifi Cations

    Specifi cations Main Unit (RD-C707) Amplifi er CD player Eff ective output power during STEREO operation Scanning method ..........Semiconductor laser ........10 W + 10 W RMS (1 kHz, 10 % T.H.D., 6Ω) D/A Conversion ...................24 bit EX.BASS ..............+4 dB (70 Hz, Vol. 20) Oversampling ..............8 fs (352.8 kHz) Input terminals (Sensitivity/Impedance) Frequency characteristics ..........20 Hz to 20 kHz...