User Manual Harman Kardon HKTS 30 - 5.1-Channel Home Theatre Speaker System

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Wall-Mounting: Satellite Speakers

IMPORTANT: Read the Speaker Connections section, on page 7, before wall-mounting the satellite speakers. You will need to insert the speaker wires through the wall mounts and connect the wires to the speakers during the process of installing the wall-mounts.

NOTE: If you are using your own speaker wire, it must be no thicker than the wire supplied with the speakers. Thicker wire will prevent the wall-mount bracket from sliding onto the speaker.

  • Decide on the location for the speaker (see Speaker Placement, opposite).
  • Remove the speaker’s base as explained in Shelf Placement, above.
  • Disassemble the wall-mount bracket by sliding the two sections apart, as shown in the illustration.
  • Attach the wall portion of the wall-mount onto the wall using hardware that is appropriate for the wall’s construction and materials. We recommend first anchoring the mount using its keyhole, then attaching it with another anchor through its top opening, as shown in the illustration. Note that the satellite speakers weigh 3.3 lb (1.5kg). Be sure to use hardware that can support this weight.
  • If you’re not running the speaker wire through the wall, insert it through the wall portion of the wall-mount bracket as shown in the illustration.
  • Pass the speaker wire through the speaker portion of the wall-mount as shown in the illustration.
  • If you have not already removed the speaker’s base, do so by pulling it straight off the speaker, as shown in the illustration. Applying even pressure to both sides of the base will allow it to slide off smoothly.
  • Connect the speaker wire to the speaker terminals as shown in the illustration
  • Slide the speaker portion of wall-mount onto the speaker as shown in the illustration. Fit the grooves on the mount onto the rails in the speaker, and apply even pressure on both sides of the mount so it slides straight onto the speaker.
  • Slide the speaker onto the mount’s wall section as shown in the illustration. Pull any slack speaker wire back through the mount’s wall section.
  • Fit the metal stop plate into the recess on the bottom of the mount with the pad facing the mount, and fasten it to the mount using two of the supplied screws. This will prevent The speaker from detaching from the bracket and will hold the speaker’s position as you rotate it on the mount.

Connecting Satellite Speakers With Supplied Wall-Mount Brackets

Follow the instructions in Wall-Mounting: Satellite Speakers, on page 5, and Wall-Mounting: Center Speaker, opposite.

Connecting Satellite Speakers with Supplied Bases

  • Remove the speaker’s base (see Shelf Placement, on page 5).
  • Pass the speaker wire through the opening in the speaker base.
  • Connect the speaker wire as described above.
  • Reattach the speaker’s base as shown in the illustration.

Turning the Subwoofer On and Off

Set the HKTS200SUB’s Power Switch 8 to the ON position.

  • If the Power On Mode Switch 4 is set to AUTO, the HKTS200SUB will automatically turn itself on when it receives an audio signal, and it will go into standby mode when it has received no audio signal for 15 minutes. The HKTS200 SUB’s LED will illuminate white when the subwoofer is on, and will not be illuminated when the subwoofer is in standby.
  • If the Power On Mode Switch 4 is set to ON, the HKTS200SUB will remain on at all times. The HKTS200 SUB’s LED will illuminate white.
  • If the External Trigger Input Connector 5 is connected to a trigger voltage source, the HKTS200SUB will turn on whenever a trigger voltage is present, and will turn off after the trigger voltage ceases, regardless of the position of the Power On Mode Switch 4.

If you will be away from home for an extended period of time, or if you will not be using the subwoofer for an extended period, switch the Power Switch 8 to the OFF Position.

Subwoofer Adjustments: Phase

  • The Phase Switch 3 determines whether the HKTS200SUB’s piston-like action moves in and out in phase with the satellite speakers. If the subwoofer were to play out of phase with the satellite speakers, the sound waves produced by the subwoofer could be canceled out, reducing bass performance and sonic impact. This phenomenon depends in part on the relative placement of all the speakers in the room.
  • Although in most cases the Phase Switch 3 should be left in the NORMAL position, there is no absolute correct setting for the Phase Switch 3. When the HKTS200SUB is properly in phase with the satellite speakers, the sound will be clearer and have maximum impact. This will make percussive sounds like drums, piano and plucked strings sound more lifelike. The best way to set the Phase Switch 3 is to listen to music that you are familiar with and set the switch in the position that gives drums and other percussive sounds maximum impact.


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