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Joshua Waaland
Jedi Master Film Handler

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From: Cleveland, Ohio
Registered: Dec 1999

 - posted 08-06-2004 07:08 AM      Profile for Joshua Waaland   Email Joshua Waaland   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I recently purchased a Kelmar AS-8200 sound system to use until I can afford a digital sound system. It is in great shape but needs some new knobs and the fuse holders are broken. If I can't get a manual I guess I will have to try Newark. But I will need a wiring schematic too. Does anyone have a manual in PDF form or a xerox copy?

Also on the Kelmar website they list an audio input kit that isolates the two cells that you need when running a two projector system. How can I tell if this part has been installed in what I have? There is clearly markings on the inside that show where to wire the two projectors in. Is this it? Please look at the Kelmar website page here to see what I am talking about.

Thanks again for your help.


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Edward Jurich
Master Film Handler

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From: Las Vegas USA
Registered: Jul 2003

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You might try Kelmar, they could probably tell you what to look for to see if the 2-machine kit is installed. If the kit is not installed you could just wire up an external changeover switch. The 8200 looks like the mono units they made modified for stereo. I'd assume the inputs and outputs are marked on the terminal blocks.

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Ken Layton
Phenomenal Film Handler

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From: Olympia, Wash. USA
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I say contact Kelmar directly and get the information straight from the horse's mouth.

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Phil Hill
I love my cootie bug

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The 7200 listed in the manual section is basically the same thing...

>>> Phil

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Don Sneed
Master Film Handler

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Yes I just looked up a is the same as a AS-7200

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