Dell Hk595 Service Manual
Lm 42 Service Manual. Contents: Harman/Kardon HK-595User's Guide Harman/Kardon HK-595User's Guide Safety Instructions Introduction Setup Using the speaker system Troubleshooting Specifications Regulatory Information in this document is subject to change without notice. © 1999 Harman Multimedia. All rights reserved. Trademarks used in this text: HK-595 is registered trademarks of Harman Multimedia; Dell and the DELL logo are trademarks of Dell Computer Corporation. Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products.
Harman Multimedia disclaims any proprietary interest in trademarks and trade names other than its own. Initial release: 4 Jun 1999. Safety Back to Contents Page Safety Instructions: Harman/Kardon HK-595 WARNING: Use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other than those specified in this documentation may result in exposure to shock, electrical hazards, and/or mechanical hazards. ● Read Instructions ---All the safety and operating instructions should be read thoroughly before attempting to operate this audio system.
● Retain Instructions for future reference. ● Heed warnings ---All warnings on this audio system and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
View and Download Dell HK-595 instruction manual online. PDF User Guide. Dell Computer Corporation service personnel. The Harman/Kardon HK-595 is the latest computer audio innovation from Harman/Kardon, a long time leader in the manufacture of high-end component and computer audio systems. Harman/Kardon’s years of experience in designing award-winning audio systems enables us to design a PC audio solution that provides playback of four channel audio.
● Follow Instructions ---All operating and use instructions should be followed. ● TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER (OR BACK). There are no user serviceable parts inside this unit, please refer servicing to qualified Dell Computer Corporation service personnel. ● To prevent the risk of fire or shock hazard, do not expose speakers or electrical power supply to rain or moisture. ● Do not expose the speakers to liquid or solvent.
● Never remove grille covers in order to service the product. The product does not contain any user serviceable parts. Refer all servicing to the Dell Computer Technical Support Group.
● Do not expose the product to temperature or humidity extremes, direct sunlight, excessive dust, or vibrations. ● Place the product on a stable, level surface. Do not drop, apply excessive force to the controls, or put heavy objects on top of the speaker. ● If cleaning is required, use a soft dry cloth. If necessary, use a damp cloth without any solvents.
● In order to protect the product, avoid microphone feedback, continuous output from electronic musical instruments, or distorted output from any signal source. ● Do not place the speakers close to fluorescent light sources, or neon light fixtures. ● Although the speakers are magnetically shielded, keep magnetic storage media (disks and tapes) at least four inches from the product in order to avoid data loss. ● WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. Back to Contents Page. Introduction Back to Contents Page Introduction: Harman/Kardon HK-595Speaker System The Harman/Kardon HK-595is the latest computer audio innovation from Harman/Kardon, a long time leader in the manufacture of high-endcomponent and computer audio systems. Harman/Kardon’s years of experience in designing award-winningaudio systems enables us to design a PC audio solution that provides playback of four channel audio, including a digital audio connection to enhance audio performance.
We also provide a simple approach to controlling operating modes and a form factor that provides wide bandwidth and spectrally true audio without consuming excessive desk space. VMAx, a Harman International audio image-processingalgorithm is used to re-createa four speaker sound field from two speakers. The effect is a type of audio hologram. This approach simplifies the installation of the speaker system by eliminating the need for physical rear speakers while delivering playback of four independent audio channels.
The Surround mode in the Harman/Kardon HK-595utilizes this technology. As described in the Using the speaker system section of this user's guide, the control speaker contains a push button mode switch and a rotary control for adjusting the selected mode.
Pushing the mode button changes the mode that will be adjusted by the rotary control. An LED will indicate which mode is selected. The system includes two desktop speakers and a sub-wooferto be placed on the floor. Both speakers and the sub-wooferare magnetically shielded to provide the greatest protection against image distortion on a computer monitor. Back to Contents Page. Usage Back to Contents Page Using the speaker system: Harman/Kardon HK-595Speaker System Mode Button • Restoring Default Settings • FX Control • Diagnostics Mode Button The Harman/Kardon HK-595speaker system allows for adjustment of five modes.
An LED will illuminate to indicate which of the tone or effects control features has been selected. Pushing the mode button provides access to these five modes by toggling the system between the modes in this order: ● Center ● Bass ● Volume ● Treble ● Surround Once a mode has been selected, the control can be adjusted as described in the F/X control section. After a few seconds, the active mode will default back to the volume control mode. This control will be adjusted most, thus for convenience you will not be required to toggle through the modes in order to select, then adjust the volume. The Harman/Kardon HK-595will remember the settings when waking up from a power down.
The system will store settings so that when the speaker is turned back on, the system will restore the last set of control settings. Restoring Default Settings The default mode settings are permanently stored in your speaker system. Pushing and holding the mode button continuously for three seconds will automatically restore the default system mode settings. F/X Control The Tone and effects level control sets the level for the selected tone or effects feature. A ring of seven LED’s around the control indicate the setting of the selected active tone or effects control feature.
A rotary encoder is used for this control. This rotary encoder is free spinning; that is, it can be turned infinitely in one or the other direction. However, full range on this control only requires 360 degrees. Usage less for all controls.
2018 Mack Granite Service Manual here. No changes will be made to the mode setting if you turn beyond 360 degrees. Vol-Toincrease or decrease the speaker volume, press the Mode button until the LED below Vol is lit. Then turn the F/X control knob clockwise to increase the volume or counterclockwise to decrease the volume. Treb-Toincrease or decrease the treble level, press the Mode button until the LED below Treb is lit. Then turn the F/X control knob clockwise to increase the treble level or counterclockwise to decrease the treble level.
Bass-Toincrease or decrease the bass level, press the Mode button until the LED below Bass is lit. Then turn the F/X control knob clockwise to increase the bass level or counterclockwise to decrease the bass level. Surr-Toincrease or decrease the surround level, press the Mode button until the LED below Surr is lit. Then turn the F/X control knob clockwise to increase the surround level or counterclockwise to decrease the surround level. Adjusting the rotary encoder counterclockwise until all of the F/X level LEDs are off will defeat the surround mode. Cntr-Thecenter level allows the control of audio material recorded in mono, such as vocals.
To increase or decrease the center level, press the Mode button until the LED below Cntr is lit. Then turn the F/X control knob clockwise to increase the center level or counterclockwise to decrease the center level. This control is not available when the surround mode is turned off. Turning off the system using the F/X The HK-595speaker system can be turned off by turning the rotary encoder counterclockwise until all of the F/X level LEDs turn off. The LED below Vol is turned off also. When the speakers are turned off in this manner, the mode button will be inactive.
In order to turn the speakers back on, turn the rotary encoder clockwise. Headphone A headphone jack is provided for private listening. When headphones are inserted in the headphone. Usage jack, the speaker system is muted and the center and surround levels will be disallowed. Thus, when toggling through speaker modes, the system will skip the center and surround modes.
Treble, bass and volume modes will remain active. Diagnostics In order to facilitate optimal system setup, diagnostics have been built in to the Harman/Kardon HK595 speakers. If you are having trouble getting sound out of your system, or are not confident that your setup is optimal, use the following diagnostics to configure your Harman/Kardon HK-595speakers.
To activate the diagnostic, press the mode button continuously for 6 seconds. This will generate a test tone. You should hear this tone coming from the subwoofer and the left and right satellites. This tone will toggle between left satellite, right satellite and subwoofer every three seconds. While the speaker system is in the diagnostic mode, all F/X controls are locked out until the power switch located on the subwoofer is turned off, then on.