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Ivan Beaver

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Re: Golf Club Audio Installation
« Reply #10 on: September 16, 2014, 08:30:23 pm »

Thank you everyone, I did not realize that there was so much to constant voltage systems. I have been googling, searching and talking to as many people as I can about these systems and realize experience is key and of which I have none....

The volume control has no distinctive markings other than "Taiwan" and "RED - INPUT" "GREEN - OUTPUT" "BLACK -COMMON"
Actually 70V systems are much easier to deal with than "normal" speaker systems.  All you need is simple simple addition to figure it out-no division as with "normal" systems.

So easy even a 5th grader could do it----------------------

How about a photo of the control?

That would go A LONG way-MUCH further than simply stating the colors.  Colors could be anything-while a photo will instantly tell what it is.

With only 3 terminals it could a normal L pad or a 70V transformer control.

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Hal Bissinger/COMSYSTEC

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Re: Golf Club Audio Installation
« Reply #11 on: September 18, 2014, 05:16:53 pm »



So easy even a 5th grader could do it----------------------



Dunno about that with the "new math" and all.

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Re: Golf Club Audio Installation
« Reply #12 on: September 23, 2014, 03:57:48 pm »

Hello there,

This is my first post on the forums, thank you thank you.

I am a free lance contractor and was approached by a golf club to look over their in-house sound system. They use a 70V PA amplifier run through wall mounted volume controls. One of these wall mounted volume controls has ceased to work. Upon inspection, the previous installers wrote "35w" on the volume control. Would there be harm done if I were to replace the volume control with a 100 watt rated volume control?

Thank you in advance,
Jordan D.
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Re: Golf Club Audio Installation
« Reply #13 on: September 23, 2014, 06:36:18 pm »

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Re: Golf Club Audio Installation
« Reply #14 on: September 24, 2014, 02:17:50 am »

So use the same wattage, it is not the capacity of the speaker but the engineered coverage and original current budget design.

The idea is each xformer taps a certain amount of wattage for that speaker/s



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Re: Golf Club Audio Installation
« Reply #15 on: September 24, 2014, 10:35:08 am »


Shoulda done that in your first post, would have had your answer days ago.

AT-35 70 volt level control manufactured by Atlas and others.  Connect the speaker wires straight through temporarily to see if the speakers come up to full volume. Not saying it can't happen but I doubt the control is the problem, those are pretty bullet proof. Sometimes the switch becomes intermittent.

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Re: Golf Club Audio Installation
« Reply #16 on: September 24, 2014, 12:47:11 pm »

Shoulda done that in your first post, would have had your answer days ago.

AT-35 70 volt level control manufactured by Atlas and others.  Connect the speaker wires straight through temporarily to see if the speakers come up to full volume. Not saying it can't happen but I doubt the control is the problem, those are pretty bullet proof. Sometimes the switch becomes intermittent.

-Hal
And some fast twisting of the knob could "restore" the connections-which can become corroded over time and the "wiping" of the contacts can often clean them-for awhile anyway.
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Re: Golf Club Audio Installation
« Reply #17 on: September 24, 2014, 07:50:40 pm »

And some fast twisting of the knob could "restore" the connections-which can become corroded over time and the "wiping" of the contacts can often clean them-for awhile anyway.

Yup.

-Hal
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