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Introduction Installation Mounting the units Connections Pickup(Disc)AdaPtor ... Tape Adaptor Initial Checksand OPeretion Controls Loudspeakerphasing Loudspeaker position Operation Summary Service Specifications Guarantee

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Installation Schematic Pickup and motor wiring Mounting the Quad 33 Connectionsto Quad 303

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DIN plugs DISC input
Disc Adaptor Board Tape and Radio inputs Tape Adaptor Board Tape Adaptor adjustments Quad 33 rear panel laYout Quad 33 controls curves Quad 33 performance curves Quad 303 performance

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I and the samobasic arrangementwill apply in whole or in part. Please note that threeprintedcircuit boardsfrom the for Quad 33 are packedseparately safetransit. loudspeaker. See Fig. Installation is quite straightforward and should present no difficulty to the intelligent enthusiastprovided the following notes are observed. 3 and also instructions containedin the packing. etc.shouldall receivecarefulconsideration if full advantageis to be taken of the capabilities of the amplifier. the gramophone motor. Thus. A complete installation is shown in Fig. whatever associated equipment is used with the Quad 33. It Page Two .INTRODUCTION QUAD for the closest approach the to originalsound This amplifier has been designedto provide the best possible quality of reproduction but it must be borne in mind that the standardof performanceof the complete equipment will be limited by that of the poorest link in the chain. pickup. These must be insertedduring installation..

Adequate ventilation must be provided for units producing heat.INSTALLATION Normally equipment of this type may be either mounted in a wide varietry of housings or used freestanding. 0lN plugto DISCinputotO33 FIG. and if you are designing your own layout it might be advisable to assembleall the parts in a mockup form before deciding on the final arrangement. including transistorisedlx]wer amplifiers and if the latter are to be mounted closer than about 12 inches from either control unit or tuner it might be nec€ssaryto experiment with orientation and position to ensurethat no hum is inducedin the latter units. 1 Page Three . etc.just to make sure there are no unforeseen difficulties of operation or inter-unit wiring.

3 If the Quad 33 is not to be used free standing you will require an aperture lA' x 3" as shown in Fig. by one connectiononly. 3 and a template is provided in the rear of this booklet to assistin marking this out on the cabinet. thus gripping the cabinetpanel betweenthe Quad 33 front casting and its cover. Alwaysfollow the manufacturers' instructionssupplied with pickup. The cover is then removed from the Quad 33. (Note: All the Quad units are already bonded togetherby their own inter-connecting cables). tape recorder. because multiple earth connectionscausehum. Page Four PLUGIN BOAROS 2 x M12017 M120lS I ' ( 2 O m m )t i c k OUAD 33cover Lugs . CovsrLocatins Slid6 t) FIG. the unit p'assed through the aperture from the front so that its lugs locate in the aperture. Hum can also occur if a low output magneticpickup is too close to a mains transformeror if its leads run closeto the mains wiring. . and the whole installation earthed at one point such as the E terminal on the rear of the control unit.and the cover replacedfrom the rear. motor. All metal parts must be earthedbut. OR the third pin of the control unit mains socket.etc. directly or indirectly. and refer any query which may arise to your dealer or in case of difficulty to the manufacturerconcerned. (SeeFig.but not both. they should be earthed. in which casea spaceof about two inchesshould be left between them.Close proximity of the control unit and tuners to each other should causeno problem unlessthe control unit is mounted immediately on top of the tuner. The securing screws shouldbe insertedfingertight and then givenone further half-turn to lock the unit firmly in position. 2)..

The Quad 303 carries no controls and may be mounted out of sight inside the cabinetor at any other convenientposition in the installation. through the feet which act as spac€rsto assist circulation of air under the amplifier.or more securelyfixed by drilling four holes in the shelf or board to coincide with the feet centres. in Slots or holes should be cut in or near the baseand in or near the top of any enclosedcompartment to permit a flow of air upwardsthrough the compartment. Page Five .up throughthese and passing longerscrews the holes. past and through the amplifier to assistventilation. The Quad 303 may be either stood on its feet on a shelf or baseboard of a cabinet. and into the tappedbushes the base-plate. In confined spaceswhere the exit vents are not directly over the amplifier a deflector plate of plywood or may be mountedat an inclined angleabovethe asbestos amplifier to help guide the rising warm air towardsthe exit vent and prevent an accumulation of warm air under a closedhorizontal top.removing the feet securingscrews provided.

(SeeFig. the top output socket on the other channel should also be connected to the left-hand terminal of its speaker. the \ . such as the electrostatic loudspeaker.Each loudspeakershould be connectedto its appropriate llower amplifier output so that the two pairs of wires are connected in the same way. Pape Six Power Amplifier to Loudspeakers Ordinary lighting flex or similar cable may be used for connectingthe loudspeakers the power amplifier to unless very long run is involvedin which casea heavier a calibre cable should be used.%of of the nominal impedanceof the loudspeaker. to ensure that the speakers operatein phase. Longer leads are permissible whererequiredfor specialinstallations(seeSpecification on page2l). For example. Where one loudspeakeronly is used for mono. phase is not important and in this case either outlet may be used and the sockets the other channelleft vacant. of In cases whereloudspeakers. See individual illustrations for Din connections. The other connectsthe switchedmains supply from the control unit to the power amplifier and the 2-pin plug at the control unit end of this lead is reversible. That with a 4-pin connector at each end is reversible and connectsthe control unit output to the power amplifier input.CO N N EC T I O NS Din styls plugs showing method of assembly.if the top output socket on one channel is connectedto the left-hand terminal of its speaker. (See Page l5). As a rough guide the DC resistance the cable should not exceed about 5. This is quite straighfforward but should there be any doubt the phasing can be checked later experimentally. l0). Control Unit to Power Amplifier Two leads are supplied with the control unit. also require an eneryising supply.

high output magnetictypes (M2). facility for accommodatingany new type of pickup which may be introduced. The M2 position should normally be used for most magneticpickups but for those with very low outputs Ml shouldbe usedinstead. Each loudspeaker shouldbe capableof handling the full output of the power amplifier. (SeeSpecification on Page20). and a spareposition (Sl). The necessary changein input circuitry to suit different types of pickup is achievedby the Disc Adaptor Board.instructions provided with the loudspeakershould be followed.of course. The fourth position is to enable the amateur or professionalengineerto provide any other circuit conflguration he may require and it alsoprovides. requiring a different input from existingtypes. Notez Quad electrostatic loudspeakersprior to serial number 16800need slight modification before being used with the Quad 303 amplifier.*tgdr foebd. 5 Page Seven . Pickup (Disc) Input The pickup input is via a 5-pin plug and the same connectionsare usedfor all types of pickup. FIG. *6lril ru. This board provides matching for pickups of low output magnetictypes (Ml). ceramictypes(Cl). according to the edge insertedinto the holder.

usedfor mono or stereo. an FM tuner. Quad self-powered tuners are supplied with the correct connectors and may be pluggedin immediately. For example.-. 7 .Qlt DISC ADAPTOR BOARD .?t--euAD33 Socketsare provided on the Quad 33 for two radio tuners to be connected.Sc Sbrt AgfSG Radio (SeeFig.f.may be connected Radio I to Page Eight FIG. The connectors usedon other self-powered tuners should be adaptedas n€cessary and thosealready fitted u u' t Rldb I Tcpr Rrcold fS. 7) T.input and an AM tuner for long distancereception to Radio 2.

of course. The mains supply for these tuners should also be taken from the mains outlet socketsat the rear of the Fig. Tape Three essentialfunctions are provided for tape recording: (l) to provide a signalof the right level for recording.providing. l0). Page Nine . filter or volume controls and without afiectingnormal listening. that the tape recorder has a monitor output. not afiected by any of the tone. (See WARNING On no accountshould the HT ILT lead of earlier Quad tuners be connected to the power supplies sockets of the Quad 33 control unit. 8 TAPE ADAPTOR BOARD (3) to monitor the signal off the tape during recording without interrupting the recordingoperation. Quad33. (2) to accept a signal of any likely level from the recorder for replay and subject this to all the appropriatecontrol facilities. If such tuners are used a separute power pack must be provided.and FIG. The output of such tuners should be suitable for the Quad 33 input of l00mV and l0OK ohms (stereo) or l00mV and 50K ohms(mono).with the sametype of plug shouldbe checkedto ensure are that the sameconnections used.

by means of small screws from the underside the board into the approof inserted priate positionfor the signallevel of the tape recorder on 20 to be used. Mains Outlets These socketsare intended for supplying the Quad 303 power amplifier and the FM stereotuner. In countrieswhere an earth connectionis not usedor where an external earth is connectedto the E terminal of the control unit the third pin of the plug should be left blank. Scr€ws for adju$ing outpu! lrcm Ou6d 33rotam r€coder pins of the replay the control unit to the corresponding are socket. Normally to it will be moreconvenient run the mainssupplydirect to tape recorder and gramophonemotor since these incorporate their own on/off switching. 9 Normally either one or both tapesocketsmay be used for recordingand replay as convenientthe (L) and (R) beinglinked inside pins (See Fig. 7) of the recordsocket Pape Ten . L6fthandchannol In$dthi6dgs inlo r€ar of contol Untr Righ! hand channcl FIG. 9 and Specification Pages and 2l').The plug-in Tape Adaptor Board provides three each for recordingand alternative signallevel settings replay on both channels. but if other units are run off the Quad 33 mains outlets the total current drawn must not exceed2 amps. Mains Input A 3-pin connector is provided for the control unit and this should be wired to the mains supply using a suitable grade of flexible cable. Where the levels and impedances such that cross-talk can appear in the cables and connectorsit connections will be advisableto usecompletelyseparate for recordingand replay. (SeeFig.

Page Eleven . AM for long distancereception.. Second radio. QIAD 33 Output to power amplifier Plug-in printed circuit board permitting independent adjustment of signal levels for both recording and replay on each channel. A C M a i n sn p u t . Input for stereo/mono radio Two switched Mainsoutlets AC f o r s u p p l y i n g a d i o t u n e ra n d r poweramplifier Additional inout for tape replay only. e. Any programme passing through the Quad 33 may be recorded w i t h o u t i n t e r r u p t i n g o r m a ll i s t e n n Ing. All signal connections comply with the intemationally Plug-in printed circuit board canying pickup input circuit.9. i used DIN standads.Combined record/replay socket.or Auxiliary input. 10 Eanh terminal. Ftc. This board may be inserted on any of its four edges to provide f o u r a l t e r n a t i v en p u t m a t c h i n g s . i I Inputfor stereo./mono pickup.

t r e b l e a a n d f i l t e rc o n t r o l sa n d p r o v i d e s v e r y u s e l u lr e f e r e n c e t a n d a r d s F i l t e rS l o p ec o n t r o l .h a n dc h a n n e l t a n d u p p e rt r a c kt a p e . eic (see performanceurves) c I I Press to select the input required Pressing the Tape button while another input is selected also provides AB monitoring facility off tap€ during recording: Press to listen to tape: Release to listen to original.h a n dc h a n t n e l a n d l o w e r t r a c kt a p e Press both together for two c h a n n e lm o n o Page Twelve l I I I P r e s s i n gh e C a n c e lb u t t o no v e r t r i d e s t h e s e t t i n g so f b a s s . FtG. high frequency distortions. P r e s s o s e l e c tr i g h t .r e m o v e s r e cord surface noise. 7K and 1 0 K p u s h b u t t o n s . t1 .V o l u m ec o n t r o la n d on/off switch C o n t r o lf o r a d j u s t i n g b a l a n c eb e t w e e nc h a n n e l s l Q U A D n a m e p l a t ei g h t su p when unit is switchedon I l I I I P r e s s o s e l e c tl e f t .u s e d i n c o n junction with the 5K.

replay or Disc) and the service(Stereo. then on reproPage Thirteen .the Mon buttons also select left or righthand inputs. however. For example.or Mono on left-hand speaker. bearing in mind that apart from enabling a level of sound to be obtained which suits the listening conditions of the moment. rotating it to the required voltageand pushingit fully home again. all inputs are connectedfor stereoreproduction. Pressing either or both of the Mon buttons will reproduce a mono sigral from Disc or Radio I whether tle programme sourceis mono or stereo. Then connect the mains and rotate the volume cantrol to switch on the equipment. Radio 2. each to its own speaker. Volume Control The volume control is advanced to the appropriate level.INITIAL CHECKS AND OPERATION Before connectingthe mains supply. In the caseof radio. With Stereo pressed. Tap. alsoFilters) Pushbuttons (see The input (Radio 1. With Radio 2 or Tape inputs. Theseselectors withdrawing the cap $".Radio 2 or Tape. * This facility wan not available prior to serial number 7500.* either by input may be reproducedover both speakers pressing the Stereo button as well as the <-Mon or Mon'+ button and. In addition. received. of course. The Quad 33 nameplate. apart from selecting loudspeakers. ensurethat the voltage marked on the rear of the control unit and the on settingof the selectors the power amplifier and tuner are set by are correct for your mains. This is obviouslyimportant for realisticreproduction.the Quad 303 indicator light and the tuner scaleshouldnow light up. are selectedby pressing the appropriatepushbuttons. right-hand speaker or both). the tuner will automatically switch to Stereowhen a stereo signal is reverting to Mono at all other times. if a voice is picked up close to a microphonein a very absorbentstudio.the volume control also has the important function of adjustingthe intensityof soundso that it is correctly related to the perspective of the recordingor broadcast.

If on the otherhand the voice is picked up someway from the microphone in a more live studio.treble and filter the controls to give a level response. however. It may be removed mitigatedby rotatingthe filter slopecontrol or anti-clockwise from the levelposition.This position is a reference which the effectsof the settings the other by of controlsmay be judged without upsettingthe position of thesecontrols.duction that voice will take up a positionat the centre of. page16). It follows that the volume settingfor natural sound is to a large extent fixed at the studioend. loudspeakers the shouldradiatesimilar powerto that of the originalvoice. and in the plane of the loudspeakers. . The pushbuttons marked5K. the quality and " cleanness of the reproduction will improve. For natural sound. 7K and l0K. As the controlis " rotated. then the voice on reproduction will take up a positionsomedistance behind the loudspeakers and it is clear that the power required for natural sound is now very much less. Their purpose is to enablethe maximum contentof the programme to be reproduced with the minimum distortion. There will.therefore. determine the frequencyat which filtering commences and that marked 7K is the most useful for modern recordings. With most types of recording the distortion rises Pape Fourteen rapidly at high frequencies and the wider the loudspeaker rangethe more audiblethis will be. The positionor perspectiveof the reproducedsound is fixed at the studio end and there is little that can be done at the listeningend to alter it.be a point beyondwhich further rotation degrades sound due the to lossof the usefulharmonicrange. Pressing 5K pushbuttontransposes filter operathe the tion to a lower frequency use with older recordings for and pressingthe lOK pushbutton transposes to a it higher frequencywhere it is useful with very good recordsor high quality radio transmissions. The Cancelbutton bypasses bass. Filters (See The filtersaffectthe extreme harmonicrangeonly and do not interferewith musicalbrilliance.

Balance Control This merelyadjuststhe balanceof the two channels it and after initial adjustment shouldrequireno alterarecording a unless misbalanced tion for normal listening which is unusual.these of the bass control will affect very low notes only. Page Fifteen .Correctly will the connected speakers give a definitecentresound by sourceaccompanied a more full bodiedsoundin the tenorand bassregisters. Smalldeviations shouldbe little used.Onceset for a particularinstallation.or is or broadcast to be reproduced. pagel6). Bass and Treble Controls (See The musical balanceof a programmeis carefully and adjustadjustedduring recordingor broadcasting mentof the bassand treblecontrolsshouldnot normally or unlessan inferior loudspeaker the listenbe necessary ing environmentproduces some effect which needs therecorrection. should be reversed. not both. unless the position of the loudspeakersor their environmentis changed. controls fore. If to this is indefinitethe connections either of the loudbut speakers. LoudspeakerPhasing there is any doubt about the way If. Greaterdeviationsaftect not only the very low notes to a greaterextent but also the high bass notes. for any reason. The treblecontrol afiectsbrilliance. (seepage 6) are in which the loudspeakers connected playing a mono their phasingmay now be checkedby when the soundshouldappear disc over both channels. to emanatefrom a point midway between them.

f is the frequency selected bythe skHz.leveland maximum settings olthe Bass control.As the Filterslope control is rotated lrom 0 to 25 the filter swings from a level response to a steep cut as shown.l Page Sixteen . p ) / 7 t All sub-audio signals below 20Hz are drasticallyf iltered as shown. Thethree curuescorrespond to minimum. / I a o & nt t o & s @ 1 2 " lA. TkHz or'10kHz push buttons. s $ 1 6 The Bass STreble controls provide smooth and independent adjustment of the responseto suit programme or environment ttl QUAD33 PERFORMANCE CURVES .

Outsidethis areathe overall quality may be should be satisfactoryalthough the perspective of degraded. (g) The positionof the listeners. The optimum position can only be found by experimentand this cannot be carried out quickly or in a perfunctory manner. if long term non-fatiguing listening is to be obtained.both mono and stereo.LoudspeakerPosition The standardof reproductionobtainedfrom any loudspeakeris influencedby both its position in the room and its position in relation to the listening area. apart stereothe two loudspeakers from each.Clearly.The measurement 6ft. With a larger room the scale may be accordingly. It is a fact that the standardof reproductionin many homes. (e) The point of intersection of the loudspeaker axes. This can usually be achievedover an area immedi ately behind the listening point already defined'with a and width equal to the distancebetweenloudspeakers with a similar depth. With stereothe following may be added:(d) The distanceapart. for should be 6ft' to 8ft. (b) The direction of loudspeaker axis. with the listenerat a similar distance when more than one person is listening they cannot both occupy the same position and all listening tests should aim at obtaining good stereoover a reasonable area. to 8ft. (c) The position of large piecesof furniture. The instructionssupplied with the loudspeakermay resolvesomeof the variablesand the rest must be solved Page Seventeen .is significantlybelow that which could have beenobtained had sufficientattention been paid to loudspeaker positioning. Broadly. increased The quality of the resultsobtained will dependupon the following:with respectto (a) The position of the loudspeakers the room boundaries (and sometimes floor joists). is basedon a small room. (f) The relation of the base line (an imaginary straight line joining the two speakers)to the room boundaries.

Adjust bassand treble controlsonly if it is necessary to alter the musicalbalance the programme. Adjust the filter to obtain the bestquality inherent in the programme remembering this meansfilterthat ing aslittle as possible. on Do not forget to enclose note giving your nameand a full details of the reasonfor returning the unit address. carriagepaid and preferablypacked in its original carton.by experiment. The loudspeaker should now be used in each of for thesepositions normal day to day listening. If this is not availablea pack will be forwarded request. of Adjust the balancecontrol only if the programme levels of the two channels are themselvesout of balance. direct to our ServiceDepartment. main agent in the country concerned. It may be summarised follows:as Use the pushbuttons to select input and system required.The usual attention should be paid to the programme itself without any consciousconcentrationon the quality. Adjust the volumecontrolfor a levelof soundsuitable for the programme. and all the symptomsyou have observed. SU O P ER A T I O N MMA R Y With all the testsdetailed in the previoussection completed. Page Eighteen . SERVICE Normally the dealersupplyingthe equipmentwill be able to assistwith adviceor any attentionthe equipment may require but in caseof difficulty you should return any Quad unit you wish to have checked. operationof the Quad 33 should now be readily apparent and completelystraightforward. In this way the optimum positionfor most satisfactorylistening will soon becomeapparent.or that of our. in order to ascertainwhich positionsare likely to be worth further investigation. Few people can successfully complete theseexperiments a singlesession at and it is strongly recommended the followingprocedure adopted. that be The loudspeaker(s) should be tried in the various room positionswhich appearphysicallypossible.

UNIT FOR QUAD 33 CONTROL SPECIFICATION DISTORIION: All controls level.5dB 30-20. Reilav/record typically better 1an 70dB 30-10. with anv inout.000Hz Intirchinnel tvrjiiattv better than 40dB 30-10. O'SVrms output.CHANT\IEL BALANCE: BALANCE CONTROL RANGE: CROSSTALK: : .o2% ) Hz ) 30-lo. Any coritrofsettings and any level within overload ratings 0-30 phon weighting ls'7kHz bandwidth controls level or cancel Any input.000 Hz RESIDUAL NOISE: FREQUENCY RESPTONSE: TONE CONIROIS: FILTERSI: INTER.TkHzandl0kJlz! (see page 16) Within ldB with volume control varied from maximum to -45db 9dB either way Dependant on input source impedances. any output RIAA or flat as appropriate :L ldB of published curves (see page 16) To pubtished curves at Sktlz.r'% ) -90d8 t0.000 llz Page Nineteen 3/o o.ooo o.

5V lMain Output 3. 3 0-30 phon weighting RADIO H 20K ohms or less any any any Low Output Magnetic 0. Special s Page Twenty FOR SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS .UNIT FOR SPECIFICATION QUAD33 CONTROL rms) INPUTS(all voltages Recommended Source Impedanoe l. Signal to noise referred to level in Col.5-2mViCmlSec. 2Y 85dB 85dB 85dB 1V 400mV lOOmV 2mV at lkHz 5. lOOmV Maximum Input 4. High Output Magnetic 1.5-6mV/CmiSec.2Y at lkHz 8odB . t cl Ceramic 450-800pF 2l80mvicm/Sec. Loail Impedance .6mV at lkqz l00mV at lkHz 10v 4V TAPE REPLAY M L MI 40K ohms 40K ohms 68K ohms 1V 40mV at lkHz 85dB 70dB I DISC M2 68K ohms 120mV at lkHz l. l00K ohms 4OK ohms Input l*vel for 0.

100-130/200-260V Page Twenty-one Recommended Load Impedance lOK ohms or over 25K ohms or over any any Maximum Cable Lengtbs (Using 20pF/ft Screened Lead) 100 feet 150 feet any any TO POWER AMPLIFIER H 0. (3Kg.7mV L POWER INPUT: .) width Height Depth l0+" (260mm) l1t" (92mm) free stalrding.5 Watts. 3|" (83mm) panel 6 j" (l65rnm) free standing 5*" (l40mm) behind cabinet panel when mounted (Allow a further 2i" 64mn) beyond rear panel for connectors) 50-60 Hz 1.FOR QUAD 33 CONTROL UNIT SPECIFICATION (all rms) OUTPUTS voltages Level Source Impedance lK ohms 5K ohms 800 ohms 180ohms * 3OVoprogramme modulation WEIGHT: DIMENSIONS: 6i lb.5v l00mV * TO TAPE RECORDER M 20mV * * 3.

io nri 1 -ldB (ref: lkHz) at 30 Hz and 35kHz into 8 ohms -ldB (ref : lkHz) at 2O Hz and 35kHz into 16 ohms 0.lV. 40-200 watts depending on signal level. OIIIER APPLICATIONS: Page Twenty-two .2Ke. 100-125 or 200-250V 50-60 Hz.titit uZ nnY level up to 45w 8 ohms load o. with or without the other channel operating.) Heisht 6+" (159mm.) Depth l2*" (324mm. I I I . Input load I K ohms. Below 8 ohms applications should be rbstricted to music and speechreproduction or intermittent sine-wave dutv.5V rms fqr 30 watts into 16 ohms 22K ohms in parallel with 60pF -l00dB below full output 30-10. POWER OUTPUT AND DISTORTION (with unrestrictedbandwidth) FREQUENCY RESPONSE: OUTPUT SOURCE IMPEDANCE: INPUT LEVEL: INPUT IMPEDANCE: HUM AND NOISE: INTDRCHANITIEL CROSSTALK : STABILITY: POWER INPUT: WEIGHT: DIMENSIONS: O.) (plus 1]" (38mm.6ln I anv level up to 28w 16 ohms load . The ampli{er may be used for any purposes into load impedancesgreater than 8 ohms. unconditionally stable with any load.3 ohms in series with 2000pF and 6pH.SPECIFICATION FOR QUAD 303 POWERAMPLIFIER The figures and curves refer to measurernentson either channel. (8.)for connectors).000 Hz better than 60dB. l8 lb. 0.) Width 4i" (l20mm.O3% ll ^7O Hz cj.

.. loKHz I VA ohqse 45" VA ohose 96o(Reocriw) I Woits +l 8ntu o -t o _ ..m &@ Page Twenty-three .. .t t t t r r | 8n Resistiw Lod 70Hz & 70OHz ------lOKHz I ----.... ... QUAD 303 PERFORMANCE CURVES -3 m t@ -------- t@ hnr tuqsq tud Le$ tfEn tZ Dbt at aryfiq|ry L6dbolzqdataryftqumry Odb =4li watts 0.. VA ohose Oo(Resistive) o i I 16^ Resistiw Lood TOHz & TOOHz .

'carriage paid to the main distributor for the country-of quoting ihe date and place of purchase. ai tie proper retail price prevailing in the country ol purchase. Any set requiring service under this guarantqeshould be taken to the suppli. that such any parts whici may prove on examinatioi to be defectiu_e tieieitiveness is not ihi result ol misuse (including use with unsuitable ancillary. eq'uipment). it should be carelully puckeZ and 'purchase consigned. in-case of dificulty. No guarantee card is packed with the equipment.d.or. Within this period we undertake to supply replacementsfree of charge for provide. Page Twenty-four . It must not be sent to any other agent or distributor except by special arrangement. with and does are This guaranteeis valid only when these-conditions complie_d not cove"rlabour or carriage iosts involved in any repair under the guarantee.6uarantee This instrument is guaranteedagainst any defect in material or workmanship for a period of twelve ialendar months frorn the date of purchase. and further that the instrument was purchased accident or negligence.er throuih whom it w7s purchased.