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Description of JBL HT1S Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English

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SURROUNDS Place the Surrounds to the sides, or slightly behind the viewing position with the rear panel of the speaker (where the speaker wire connections are) up against the wall. Do not position the Surround speakers so that the drivers (under the grille area) point directly at the listener. Remove both grilles from each Surround and note the location of the oval port tube hole on the baffle. Align the driver side with the oval port tube so it faces the direction of the screen. This will mean one surround is "right-side-up" and the other "upside-down" in relation to each other. This will not affect the sound quality. You may replace the grilles so that the orientation of the JBL Logo is correct. Correct height placement for the Surrounds is between 2 and 3 feet above seated ear level. Mount your Surrounds on speaker stands or place them on shelves attached to the wall. If your home theater room is of a configuration that does not lend itself to the above placement suggestions, then it becomes more important to consider the ânullâ direction of the Surround. The null baffle is the blank panel between the two rounded edges of the cabinet. It is most important to point this panel at the listening position. Creativity and careful listening will tell you where the ideal position is for the placement of the Surround speakers. For example, if your listening position is up against the rear wall of the room, placing the Surrounds about 3 feet in front of the listening position with the null baffle turned to the point at the listening position would work best. Further guidance can® be had from your certified THX dealer.





product or improperly installing mounting brackets may void your JBL warranty and cause a safety hazard.
A JBL factory authorized custom installer can suggest and install appropriate brackets. Contact JBL or your installer/dealer for additional information. CONNECTIONS To connect the loudspeaker systems to the receiver or amplifier, use two-conductor insulated wire. Your JBL dealer can recommend suitable cables, or you can buy wire at most hardware stores. High-quality connectors and cable offer consistent performance that won't deteriorate over time. We recommend #16 AWG wire as a minimum size. If your speakers are more than 30 feet (10 m) from your receiver or amplifier, use larger diameter wire. Make connections at the terminals located on the back of the loudspeaker system. The terminals accept bare wire or dual banana plugs, either of which will provide easy, secure connections. 5

NOTE: Do not attempt to install any type of mounting brackets onto your speakers. Drilling holes in the


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