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JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier

Important Safety Instructions

CAUTION 
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN

ATTENTION: RISQUEDECHOC ELECTRIQUE- NE PASOUVRIR
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT EXPOSE THIS EQU IPM ENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE
The above symbols are international electronic product warning signs. The triangle symbol with lightning pattern is used to remind the user that there is a “dangerous voltage” in the power amplifier, which may lead to electric shock. The triangle symbol with an exclamation mark is used to remind the user to pay attention to and follow important operation and maintenance (repair) instructions in the manual.
Such marks are used to warn the user that there are no user repairable parts in the power amplifier Do not open the power amplifier without authorization, and do not carry out any maintenance on the power amplifier without authorization. In case of maintenance and repair, please consult the relevant qualified professionals. If you open the equipment chassis without authorization, the warranty terms will be invalid. The power amplifier is strictly prohibited to be exposed to rain and moisture. In case of liquid infiltration, shut down the equipment immediately and return it back to the agent for maintenance; in case of a thunderstorm, disconnect the power supply to prevent the equipment from being damaged.

Safety Instructions
Please pay attention to the safety instructions here for users who use equipment with the power cord!
Warning: This equipment must be connected to a power socket with grounding protection! The cables in the power cord are distinguished by the following colors:
Yellow-green-ground wire
Blue-neutral wire
Brown – live wire
If the cable color is inconsistent with that of the terminal in the power socket to be connected, please follow the following steps:

  • Connect the yellow-green cable to the terminal marked with E, or grounding symbol, or the green or yellow-green terminal in the power socket;
  • Connect the blue cable to the terminal marked with N or the black terminal in the power socket;
  • Connect the brown cable to the terminal marked with L or the red terminal in the power socket. Depending on the power supply at the installation site, the equipment may require different power cords or connectors. If you need to replace the connector, please consult the relevant qualified professionals and refer to the relevant information in the table below. The yellow-green cable must be connected to the equipment chassis.

Conductor

Cable color

General standards

Other standards

L Live wire Brown Black
N Neutral wire Blue White
E Ground wire Green/yellow Green

Warning: If the grounding protection is poor, the equipment or system connected may fail, resulting in a full-load line voltage between the equipment chassis and the ground. Once a person touches the chassis and the ground at the same time, it may cause serious injury or even death.

Safety Instructions Keep these Safety Instructions.
Pay attention to all warning information. Comply with all operation specifications.
Do not spray liquid around the equipment.
Do not place liquid containers (such as vases) above the equipment. Use only a dry cloth to clean the equipment.
Do not block the heat sink. Install the equipment according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install the equipment near a heat source, such as a radiator, heat regulator, furnace, or other heating equipment (including a power amplifier).
Accessories and fittings specified by the manufacturer must be used.
Unplug the power socket in case of a thunderstorm or long-term equipment shutdown.
Please follow the safety specifications for polarized plugs or grounding plugs. The polarized plug consists of two metal prongs with different widths. The grounding plug is composed of a two-pole male tab and a grounding male tab with a safety protection function. If the plug provided is incompatible with the power socket please replace the power socket. Please consult an electrical engineer for the replacement of power sockets. Take care to protect the power cord from trampling or crushing.
Pay special attention to protecting cables at the plug end, socket end, and equipment end.
Movable cabinets, bases, tripods, supports, and workbenches designated by the manufacturer or sold with the equipment must be used. When winging the movable cabinet, please be careful to prevent the cabinet and equipment from overturning. In case of maintenance and repair, please consult the relevant qualified maintenance personnel. In case of any of the following situations, the equipment must be overhauled: cable or plug damage, liquid splashing, foreign material falling into chassis, rain and moisture, abnormal operation or equipment falling, etc.

Power switch: For equipment with a power switch, turn off the power switch but do not completely disconnect the equipment from the power supply.
Power offsetting: The power socket shall be available at any time. For the equipment installed in cabinets or unable to be connected by plugs, the all-pole power switch with contact spacing not less than 3mm shall be provided in equipment cabinets or buildings.
For equipment with an external fuse interface, replace only with fuses of the same type and specification. Multiple input voltages: Depending on the power supply at the installation site, the equipment may require different power cords or connectors to ensure that the power supply meets the requirements of the power type indicated on the back panel of the equipment. For information or services related to electricity, please consult relevant qualified personnel to avoid fire or electric shock.

Chapter I Product Introduction

1.1 Brief description
AMP150/350 is an intelligent integrated amplifier composed of a power amplifier, microphone, and processor. There are 150W and 350W power options available. It is equipped with a wireless handheld microphone (AMP-H), wireless hands-free microphone (AMP-N), and 5 25″ (CV1510) and 6.5″ (CV1610) loudspeakers to meet the needs of classrooms, conference rooms, and multi-function rooms with different sizes.
Note: The wireless microphone and speaker need to be purchased separately.

1.2 Features
– Automatic gain control function
– 7-band parametric equalizer available for each microphone channel and music channel
– RCA input/output level adjustment – Maximum volume setting
– 32-bit DSP audio digital signal processing
– Preset: 4 scene modes
– Menu in Chinese and English languages are available
– Automatic feedback suppression, multi-level adjustable
– 2.8′ color screen with adjustable brightness – Life-safety linkage to the external control system (low-level: mute)
– Support dual wireless input (wireless handheld microphone and wireless hands-free microphone), smart connection
– Support wired microphone input
– Automatic standby, green energy-saving
– Infrared remote control with lock control, convenient and safe
– Microphone high/low-pass, ECHO, and REVERB adjustment
– Device name in Bluetooth can be renamed for specific device pairing
– Bluetooth can be renamed according to the usage scenario
– Multiple installation methods available for different installation requirements
– Menu display orientation can be rotated 180 for different installation methods
– Different input and output connections are available
1.3 Packing list
– Intelligent integrated amplifier x 1
– National standard power cord x 1
– Operation instruction x 1
– Remote controller x I
– AAA batteries x 2
– Antenna x 3
– Mounting kit x 1 (side support x 2 + rear support x 2)

1.4 Introduction to Panel

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - Panel

  1. Power switch
  2. (USB drive playback) Previous
  3. (USB drive playback) Play / Pause
  4. (USB drive playback) Next
  5. (USB drive playback) Single Loop / All Loop
  6. USB port
  7. 2.8″ color screen
  8. Infrared remote control window
  9. Wireless microphone infrared frequency pairing window
  10. Standby status indicator
  11. [MENU I/IENTERI Enter menu and confirm
  12. IMIC A/Cl/MUTE] microphone A/C volume and mute
  13. IMIC B]/[MUTEI microphone B volume and mute
  14. [MUSIC VOLPIHDMI A/B/ARC] music volume adjustment (including USB, Bluetooth, HDMI, and RCA volume) / HDMI A/B/ARC input switch
  15. HDMI B input
  16. Microphone C input level adjustment potentiometer
  17. Microphone C input jack (TRS)
  18. RCA input left channel (L)
  19. RCA input right channel (R)

 Introduction to rear panel

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier -

1- RCA output left channel (L)
3- Life-safety alarm signal interface
5- HDMI A input
7- Wireless microphone pairing antenna
9- Wireless microphone A antenna
11- Audio output (left channel, connected to speaker L)
2- RCA output right channel (R)
4- External infrared remote control input port
6- HDMI ARC output (TV return)
8- Wireless microphone B antenna
10- Audio output (right channel, connected to speaker R) 12- Power socket

Note :
1) Life-safety alarm signal interface – when a low level is detected, the equipment will start to mute.
2) The pin definition of the external infrared remote control input port (interface 41 is shown in the figure to the left.

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - fig 1

1.6 Introduction for display icons

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - display icons

  1. Wireless microphone A battery indicator
  2. Wireless microphone A carrier frequency
  3. Wireless microphone A volume indicator
  4. Music volume left channel indicator
  5. Music volume left channel graphic sign; one bar represents 20% of the total volume
  6. Music volume left channel
  7. Panel lock indicator (displayed when the panel is locked)
  8. Preset modes: “DFLT (default)”, “SPCH (speech)”, “MUSC (music)” and “PERF (performance)”
  9. Current mode of USB drive playback: LT, indicates single track loop and indicates all tracks loop
  10. Music volume right channel
  11. Music volume right channel graphic sign; one bar represents 200A, of the total volume
  12. Music volume right channel indicator
  13. Wireless microphone B volume indicator
  14. Wireless microphone B carrier frequency
  15. Wireless microphone B battery indicator
  16. Wireless microphone B signal strength indicator
  17. Wireless microphone B indicator
  18. Indicator with current signal source input (seven sources of input: Ext In, RCA In, HDMI A or HDMI B or HDMI ARC, Bluetooth or USB)
  19. Wireless microphone A indicator
  20. Wireless microphone A signal strength indicator

Instructions for menu icons

When the display screen displays the standby interface (see the figure to the right), short press the ‘MENU] knob to enter the menu interface; then, rotate the ‘MENU] knob to select different menu items (enlarged and displayed in orange), as shown in the figure to the right, and then short press the I MENU] knob again to enter the menu parameter setting interface.
Icons on the menu interface are described as follows:

– Back to standby mode: When this menu is activated, short press the ‘MENU] knob to return to standby mode.

-system Setting: Parameters such as display backlight brightness, automatic standby time, microphone feedback exterminator, Bluetooth on, power on volume, maximum volume, and menu display language can be set here. if this menu is activated, short press the (MENU] knob to enter the system parameter settings interface.

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - standby

– Input Gain Setting: Parameters such as microphone automatic gain ON and audio input gain of all signal sources can be set here. If this menu is activated, short press the ‘MENU] knob to enter the input gain parameter settings.

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - Menu operation Interface

Setting Output PEQ Mode: Four modes can be called upon here: DELT(default) SPCH(Speech). MUSC(Music) and PERF (Performance), all of which are factory preset modes, with default mode being the system default. If this menu is activated, short press the (MENU] knob to enter the model parameter settings.

-Min Setting: Parameters such as wireless microphone transmitting power, carrier frequency, and microphone equalization can be set here. If this menu is activated, short press the I MEN U] knob to enter the microphone parameter settings.

-Effect Setting: Parameters such as microphone effect volume, reverberation, and echo can be set here. If this menu is activated, short press the I MENU] knob to enter the microphone effect parameter settings.

Music Setting: Parameters such as equalization of each input audio can be set here. If this menu is activated, short press the [MENU] knob to enter the music parameter settings.

Mix Out Setting: Parameters such as power amplifier output balance, RCA output volume, and music volume when the microphone is turned on can be set here. If this menu is activated, short press the MENU knob to enter the output parameter settings.

Attention

  1. If the circle icon becomes larger and turns orange, it indicates that the menu has been selected (i.e., activated); you can then short press the (MENU] knob to enter the next parameter settings interface.
  2. If the text menu item (in the parameter settings interface) turns orange, it indicates that the parameter has been selected; you can then short press the [MENU] knob to activate its parameter (the parameter value turns orange), then rotate the [ MENU I knob to change the parameter, and short press the (MENU] knob to confirm and exit
  3. Please do not turn off the power in the parameter settings. You must return to the standby interface and turn off the power (otherwise, some parameters being set may not be saved).

Chapter II Operation Instructions

2.1 Button/knob instructions

Button: When playing from the USB flash drive, short press this button to play the previous track.
Button: When playing from the USB flash drive, short press this button to pause or play the current track.
Button: When playing from the USB flash drive, short press this button to play the next track.
Button: When playing from the USB flash drive, short press this button to loop a single track or all tracks in sequence.

[MENU]/[ENTER] knob:

(1) Long press for 3 seconds to rotate display interface 180 .
(2) In the standby interface, short press the knob to enter the menu interface.
(3) In the menu interface, rotate the knob to select the menu item circularly, and then short press the knob to enter the next parameter settings interface in the menu.
(4) In the parameter settings interface, rotate the knob to select each parameter in sequence, and then short press the knob to activate the parameter value; then, rotate the knob to change the parameter value, and then short press it again to confirm and exit the active state of the parameter.
[: MIC NC]/[MUTE] knob: Rotate the knob to directly adjust the volume of MIC A/C; long-press the knob to mute MIC A/C, and then long-press it again to release the mute mode.
[MIC B]/[MUTE] knob: Rotate the knob to directly adjust the volume of MIC B; long-press the knob to mute MIC B, and then long-press it again to release the mute mode.
[MUSIC VOL]/[HDMI NB/ARC] knob: Rotate the knob to directly adjust the music volume; short press this knob to switch HDMI A, HDMI B, and HDMI ARC inputs in sequence.

2.2 Wireless microphone frequency matching

Wireless frequency matching of AMP-H wireless handheld microphone: Long press the power button on the microphone to turn on the microphone, and then short press the power button, the microphone will automatically search and synchronize the carrier frequency set by the integrated amplifier. After successful frequency matching, the display screen of the integrated amplifier will show the carrier frequency, battery capacity, wireless signal strength, and wireless microphone volume, as shown in the figure to the right.
Infrared frequency matching of AMP-H wireless handheld microphone: Unscrew the lower tube and antenna of the microphone, then turn on the power supply and point the infrared receiver tube of the wireless microphone to the infrared emission window on the integrated amplifier. Short press the power/frequency matching button and the wireless microphone will automatically synchronize (i.e., frequency match) the microphone frequency set by the integrated amplifier (see AMP-H operation instructions for details).

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - Wireless Microphone

Wakes frequency matching of AMP-N whits hands-me miercphore: Long press the power button on the microphone to turn on the power, and then short press the power/frequency matching button. The microphone will automatically search and synchronize the carrier frequency set by the integrated amplifier. After successful frequency matching, the display screen of the integrated amplifier will show the carrier frequency, battery capacity, wireless signal strength, and other information (during frequency matching, try to point the microphone core to the frequency matching antenna of the integrated amplifier). Infrared frequency matching of AMP-N wireless hands-free microphone: After turning on the microphone, align the infrared frequency matching window of the microphone to the infrared emission window next to the integrated amplifier screen. Short press the power/frequency matching button and the microphone will automatically synchronize the frequency set by the integrated amplifier (see AMP-N operation instructions for details).
Note: In order to avoid abnormal noise of the wireless microphone caused by interference between carriers, the carrier frequencies of A and B shall be set as far apart as possible (the carrier frequency of MC A and B can be set in **microphone settings” menu).
Only applicable to AMP-H wireless handheld microphone and AMP-N wireless hands-free microphone:

Menu operation

When the display screen is in standby mode, short press the I MENU] knob to enter the menu. Rotate the MENU knob to activate the menu item to be set, and then short press the I MENU I knob to enter the parameter settings interface in the menu. Then, rotate the I MENU I knob to select parameters, and short press the I MENU I knob to activate the parameter (the parameter value on the right becomes orange, indicating that the parameter value is editable, and the parameter value can be adjusted by rotating the [MENU] knob).
Note: When the symbol “>” is on the right side of the parameter, it indicates that the parameter has a submenu. After selecting the parameter, short press the I MENU] knob to enter the parameter’s submenu
2.31 System Setting

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - PEQ Mode

Parameters Description Value range

Remarks

Brightness Set the brightness of the screen backlight 1, 2, 3
 

Stand-by Time

Turn off the power supply of the amplifier module when there is no playback signal for a period of time  

Off, 5~60 min

Mic FBX Level Set microphone feedback exterminator strength Off, 1, 2, 3 The larger the number, the stronger the suppression ability.
BT Switch Set Bluetooth On or Off On, Off
BT Name Rename the Bluetooth device A~7, 0~9, -, _ The maximum length is 16 bytes; the default Bluetooth name is JBL-AMP.
Volume Setting Music Init Volume Set the default music volume at power-on 0~”Music Maximum Volume” “Music Maximum Volume” is the maximum limit volume set by the

next menu item.

Music Maximum Volume Set the maximum limit volume “Music Init Volume”~100
MIC A/C Init Volume Set the default MIC A/C volume at power-on 0~”MIC A/C Maximum Volume” “MIC A/C Maximum Volume” is the maximum MIC A/C limit volume set

by the next menu item.

MIC A/C Maximum Volume Set the maximum MIC A/C limit volume “MIC A/C Init Volume”~100
MIC B Init Volume Set the default MIC B volume at power-on 0~”MIC B Maximum Volume” “Maximum MIC B Volume” is the maximum MIC B limit volume set by the next menu item.
MIC B Maximum

Volume

Set the maximum MIC B limit volume “MIC B Init Volume”~100
Default Restore the factory default parameters at this level None
Return Return to the previous interface None
System Language Set the display language of the menu English English
Default Restore the factory default parameters at this level None
Return Return to the previous interface None

Description:

  1. Bluetooth renaming: Short press the menu item to activate the parameter, and then rotate the [MENU] knob to select the character. Short press the [MENU] knob again to confirm the input of the first character and move to the next character (the input operation is the same as that of the first character). Do this until the input of the last character is completed, and then long-press the [MENU] knob to end the Bluetooth name Save and exit the Bluetooth renaming menu.
  2. Bluetooth connection: Since Bluetooth is turned off by default, it is necessary to turn Bluetooth on in the “System Setting” interface. Then, search for the Bluetooth name (i.e., “JBL-AMP” or the user-defined Bluetooth device name if it has been edited) and click Connect.

2.1.1 Input Gain Setting

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - Input Gain settingThe list of Input Gain Setting parameters is as follows:

Parameters

Description Value range

Remarks

Mic Auto Gain MIC automatic gain is On or Off Off, On
RCA Input Set the RCA input gain 0.0~10 dB
HDMI A Input Set the HDMI A input gain 0.0~10 dB
HDMI B Input Set the HDMI B input gain 0.0~10 dB
HDMI ARC Input Set the ARC return input gain 0.0~10 dB
USB Input Set the USB drive playback input gain 0.0~10 dB
Bluetooth Input Set the Bluetooth input gain 0.0~10 dB
Default Restore the factory default parameters None

2.3.3 Setting Output PEQ Mode

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - PEQ Mode

The integrated amplifier is preset with four modes: default (DFLT), speech (SPCH), music (MUSC), and performance (PERF), among which “DFLT” is the factory default preset mode. The English abbreviation of the selected preset mode will be displayed under the LOGO in the standby interface.

2.1.1 Mic Setting

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - Mic setting

The list of Mic Setting parameters is as follows :

Parameters

Description Value range

Remarks

 

Transmit Power

Adjusts the working distance of the wireless microphone (when the transmitting power is low, the working distance is short; when the transmitting power is high, the working distance is far)  

High, Low

After setting the wireless microphone transmitting power, frequency matching is required again to update its transmitting power.
MIC A frequency Set MIC A carrier frequency 645.25 MHz~664.25 MHz
MIC B frequency Set MIC B carrier frequency 665.25 MHz~684.25 MHz
MIC A/C EQ Setting Low Cut Set the lower cutoff frequency of the microphone’s frequency response Off, 19.7~303 Hz
High Cut Set the upper cutoff frequency of the microphone’s frequency response Off, 5990 Hz~19800 Hz
EQ Bypass When EQ bypass is Off, the equalization setting is valid; when EQ bypass is On, the equalization setting is invalid Off, On
EQ Equalization section, 7 sections in total 1~7
Frequency Center frequency of this equalization section 19.7 Hz~20.2 kHz
Gain Gain of this equalization section -24.0~+12.0 dB
Q Bandwidth of this equalization section 0.4~128
Default Restore the factory default parameters None
Return Return to the previous interface None
MIC B EQ Setting Low Cut Set the lower cutoff frequency of the microphone’s frequency response Off, 19.7~303 H7
High Cut Set the upper cutoff frequency of the microphone’s frequency response Off, 5990 Hz~19800 Hz
EQ Bypass When EQ bypass is Off, the equalization setting is valid; when EQ bypass is On, the equalization setting is invalid Off, On
EQ Equalization section, 7 sections in total 1~7
Frequency Center frequency of this equalization section 19.7 Hz~20.2 kHz
Gain Gain of this equalization section -24.0~+12.0 dB
Q Bandwidth of this equalization section 0.4~128
Default Restore the factory default parameters None
Return Return to the previous interface None
Default Restore the factory default parameters None
Return Return to the previous interface None

2.3.5 EVect Setting

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - Effect setting

The list of Effect Setting parameters is as follows:

Parameters

Description Value range

Remarks

Effect Volume Set the effect sound volume

(including reverb and echo)

Percentage
Reverb Setting Reverb Volume Set the reverb volume
Reverb Direct Volume Set the reverb direct volume
Reverb PreDly Set the reverb pre-delay time
Reverb Time Set the reverb time
Reverb LowCut Set the reverb lower cutoff frequency
Default Restore the factory default parameters None
Return Return to the previous interface None
Echo Setting Echo Volume Set the echo volume
Echo Direct Volume Set the echo direct volume
Echo PreDly Set the echo pre-delay time
Echo Delay Set the echo delay time
Echo Repeat Set the number of echoes
Echo HighCut Set the echo upper cutoff frequency
Default Restore the factory default parameters None
Return Return to the previous interface None
Return Return to the previous interface None

2.1.1 Music Setting

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - Music setting

The list of Music Setting parameters is as follows:

Parameters

Description Value range

Remarks

RCA EQ Setting Low Cut Set the lower cutoff frequency of the RCA input Off, 19.7~303 Hz Percentage
EQ Bypass When EQ bypass is Off, the equalization setting is valid; when EQ bypass is On, the equalization setting is invalid Off, On
EQ Equalization section, 7 sections in total 1~7
Frequency Center frequency of this equalization section 19.7Hz~20.2 kHz
Gain Gain of this equalization section -24.0~+12.0 dB
Q Bandwidth of this equalization section 0.4~128
Default Restore the factory default parameters None
Return Return to the previous interface None
HDMI EQ Setting Low Cut Set the lower cutoff frequency of the HDMI input audio Off, 19.7~303 Hz
EQ Bypass When EQ bypass is Off, the equalization

the setting is valid; when EQ bypass is On, the equalization setting is invalid

Off, On
EQ Equalization section, 7 sections in total 1~7
Frequency Center frequency of this equalization section 19.7 Hz~20.2 kHz
Gain Gain of this equalization section -24.0~+12.0 dB
Q Bandwidth of this equalization section 0.4~128
Default Restore the factory default parameters None
Return Return to the previous interface None
USB/BT EQ Setting Low Cut Set the lower cutoff frequency of the

USB/Bluetooth input audio

Off, 19.7~303 Hz Percentage
EQ Bypass When EQ bypass is Off, the equalization setting is valid; when EQ bypass is On, the equalization setting is invalid Off, On
EQ Equalization section, 7 sections in total 1~7
Frequency Center frequency of this equalization section 19.7Hz~20.2 kHz
Gain Gain of this equalization section -24.0~+12.0 dB
Q Bandwidth of this equalization section 0.4~128
Default Restore the factory default parameters None
Return Return to the previous interface None
Return Return to the previous interface None

2.1.1 Mix Out Setting

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - Mix Out Setting

The list of Mix Out Setting parameters is as follows:

Parameters

Description Value range

Remarks

Amplifier Out Balance Set the left and right channel volume ratio of the total output -100~+100 “-100” means that the left channel has the maximum volume and the right channel has zero volume. “+100” means that the left channel has zero volume and the right channel has the maximum volume.
RCA Out Volume Set the RCA output volume 0~200%
Dodge (Music output) Volume of music output when the microphone is turned on 0~100 The output is a percentage of the current music volume.
Impedance of SPK Rated impedance of external speaker 8 ohm (Ω)

4 ohm (Ω)

Default Restore the factory default

parameters

None
Return Return to the previous interface None

2. 4 Factory reset

Press the [MIC A/C] + [MIC B] knobs simultaneously and turn on the equipment (the system will automatically enter the factory reset, and then enter the standby interface after the reset).

Chapter III System Connection

3.1 System connection

Please refer to the following “Connection Diagram of General Systems” for system connection.
Attention:

  1. Make sure that all devices are powered off before connecting the system.
  2. Please adjust the volume of all devices to the lowest level, and then turn on the power supply of this equipment.
  3. In general, always turn the AMP on last during system startup and off first during system shutdown (“Last On / First Off”).
  4. In order to ensure proper HDMI playback, it is strongly recommended to use Version 0 HDMI cables.
  5. When transmitting an audio signal from a terminal (such as a TV) to the AMP via HDMI ARC, set the audio signal output of the terminal to the PCM output.
JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - System connectionJBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - System connection 1

Analog connection —
Digital connection …….

3.1 Instructions for installation methods
3.21 Table installation with an angle of 15°

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - Methods

3.2.2 Cabinet installation

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - Cabinet

3.2.3 Wall installation with an angle of 15°

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - wall

3.2.4 Wall installation with an angle of 0°

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - wall1

3.1.1 ceiling installation with an angle of 15°

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - ceiling

3.2.6 Ceiling installation with an angle of 0° 

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - ceiling 1

Note: The support installation is the same as that in “Section 3.2.4 Wall Installation with an angle of 0°”.

Important notes:

  1. To ensure stability, 10 x 50 expansion pipes and M6 x 50 screws are recommended for the wall or ceiling installation. Please make sure that the supporting force of the wall and ceiling that can bear the weight of the HARMAN is not responsible for direct or indirect losses caused by improper installation.
  2. During installation, the support shall be installed on the wall first, and then the equipment shall be locked on the support.
  3. After installation, please adjust the receiving antenna and frequency matching antenna of the wireless microphone and keep them away from each other, so as to avoid mutual interference and influence on the frequency matching.

Chapter IV Menu Structure

Menu structure:

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier - Menu Structure

Chapter V Instructions for Remote Controller

IRDA: Based on standard IRDA protocol
The function of remote control buttons is as follows:

  1. Standby button
    Press the standby button and the AMP will enter standby mode, indicated by the standby state indicator illuminating yellow and the display screen turning off. Press the standby button again to exit standby mode, indicated by the standby state indicator turning off.
  2.  Mode
    Select between DFLT (default), SPCH (speech), MUSC (music) and PERF (performance) modes.
  3. USB playback operation
    From left to right, these buttons correspond to previous, play/pause, next, and cycle.
  4. Menu settings
    Press this button to enter the menu setting interface. Press it again to return to the standby interface. During menu editing, press it to return to the standby interface.
  5. Menu item operation
    The navigation button is used to select the menu item above. The navigation button selects the menu item below. The button is used to select the menu item to the left in the menu interface or reduce the parameter value when setting parameters. The ► button is used to select the menu item to the right in the menu interface or increase the parameter value when setting parameters.
    Note: When naming Bluetooth, the up/down navigation buttons are used to cancel/confirm a standard character, and the left/right navigation buttons () are used to select a character. Short press the OK button to end and exit the Bluetooth naming menu.
  6. Effect volume setting
    button decreases effect volume; d+ button increases effect volume.
  7. Music volume setting 
      button decreases music volume;c1+ button increases music volume; *button mutes the output.
  8. MIC NC volume setting
    button decreases microphone volume;a+ button increases microphone volume; >e,v button mutes the microphone.
  9. MIC B volume setting
    button decreases microphone volume;d+ button increases microphone volume; AY button mutes the microphone. ta
  10. HDMI input switch setting
  11. LOCK button
    Press the LOCK button once to lock the AMP host; press the LOCK button again to unlock the AMP host.
  12. Bluetooth On/Off
    Short press this button to switch Bluetooth on or off.

Attention:

  1. When the AMP panel button is locked with the remote controller (i.e., by pressing the LOCK button on the remote controller), the AMP panel must be unlocked with the remote controller (i.e., by pressing the LOCK button on the remote controller again) to make the AMP panel buttons work.
  2. When the remote controller is used for standby (i.e., by pressing the standby button on the remote controller), the standby state can only be canceled by using the remote controller (i.e., by pressing the standby button on the remote controller again). When AMP is in standby mode, the power supply of the power output module and the backlight of the display screen will be turned off to reduce power consumption, and the standby indicator (yellow light) on the right side of the display screen will be turned on at the same time.

Chapter VI Specification Parameters

AMP150

AMP350

Input interface
USB/Bluetooth input x 1 Type B USB socket
Stereo input (unbalanced) x 1 group RCA socket
HDMI input x 2 HDMI socket
ARC audio input x 1 HDMI socket
1/4 JACK input (balanced) x 1 TRS socket
External infrared remote-controlled interface x 1 3.5 mm socket
EXT In input (short circuit trigger) x 1 2-PIN phoenix socket
Output interface
HDMI output x 1 HDMI socket
Stereo mixed output x 1 group RCA socket
Speaker terminal output (stereo) x 1 group Terminal
Technical Specifications
 

SNR

RCA input, 8 ohm (Ω) load, A-weighted ≥85 dB
1/4 TRS input, 8 ohm (Ω) load ≥75 dB
Frequency response RCA input, 8 ohm (Ω) load, 1W, 20 Hz–20 kHz -1dB~+1dB
1/4 TRS input, 8 ohm (Ω) load, 1W, 50 Hz–14 kHz -3dB~+1dB
 

THD+N

RCA input, 8 ohm (Ω) load, 1 kHz, rated power output, 20 Hz–20 kHz bandwidth ≤1%
1/4 TRS input, 8 ohm (Ω) load, 1 kHz, rated power output, 20 Hz–20 kHz bandwidth ≤1%
 

Input impedance

RCA input, f=1 kHz 10K ohms
1/4 TRS input, f=1 kHz 3.6K ohms
Rated power THD+N ≤ 1%, 8 ohms (Ω) load, 20 Hz–20 kHz bandwidth 150 watts 350 watts
 

USB

Audio format MP3,WAV,APE,FLAC,WMA
File system FAT16,FAT32,ExFAT/Fat64
Maximum capacity 32G
Bluetooth Version V4.2/2.1+EDR
HDMI Version 1.4/2.0
Supported format Up to 4K/60 Hz (8 bit) and 4K/30 Hz (16 bit)
Power requirements AC 220V~50Hz
Size  

 

Net weight 4.4Kg 5.0Kg
Gross weight 6.3Kg 6.9Kg

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JBL AMP SERIES
Intelligent Integrated Amplifier
User Manual
Issued: 07/2020

Documents / Resources

JBL Intelligent Integrated Amplifier [pdf] User Manual
JBL, HARMAN, Intelligent, Integrated, Amplifier, AMP150, AMP350

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