Both the front and rear outputs of the MCD make use of a built-in 18dB per octave electronic crossover that is continuously variable from 32Hz to 8kHz. Figure 1- 1. Front RCA Input 2. Front Crossover Frequency Control 3. Rear RCA Input 5.
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Both the front and rear outputs of the MCD make use of a built-in 18dB per octave electronic crossover that is continuously variable from 32Hz to 8kHz. Figure 1- 1. Front RCA Input 2.
Front Crossover Frequency Control 3. Rear RCA Input 5. Instead the remote sub level control will set the sub output level. The flanges on the chassis have mounting holes which can be used as a template for screw holes. Page 6: Wiring Precautions Read all wiring precautions. If you are not sure of the connections, contact your authorized Clarion dealer.
If you are using a source unit, without a remote turn-on lead, the MCD can be turned on with a switched accessory lead. You can find this accessory power source in the factory harness at the back of the radio.
After determining which system best fits your requirements, thoroughly read and follow the directions below for your system type.
Page 9 For 2 channel input, configure switches as shown. For 4 channel input with front and rear fade, configure switches as shown. For front and rear fade with dedicated subwoofer input, configure switches as shown. Figure Page 10 2-Way System Application Notes After all the wiring connections are made and before the system is turned on for the first time, you need to make some basic adjustments. It is important that the High-Pass and Low-Pass Frequency Controls are set correctly before turning on the system for the first time.
Page 11 5. Fine tune the bass response using the Sub Boost Controls. Setting the Sub Boost Level 1. Page 12 3-Way System Figure 6 - In this illustration, the MCD is configured for single channel input with dedicated amplifiers for tweeters, midranges and subwoofer s. Page 13 1. Be sure the front and rear High-Pass crossovers are set properly. NOTE: When the MCD is used in a 3-way system, the front outputs must be connected to the tweeteramplifierand the rearoutputs must be connected to the midrange amplifier.
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