Cinema1 and Cinema2
Home Theater Loudspeaker
282 Carver Street
Winslow, IL 61089
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Due to our policy of continuous improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
Congratulations on your purchase of DCM Loudspeakers. Your new speakers
represent the latest technologies in loudspeaker design and manufacturing. They
will provide outstanding performance and years of listening enjoyment. Please
take time to read through this manual thoroughly to insure you get maximum
performance out of your new loudspeakers.
SATELLITE/CENTER CHANNEL FEATURES
• Video shielding for placement near a TV or monitor
• 1/2" Balanced dome tweeter
• 3 1/2" Midrange w/polypropylene cone
• Spring loaded push terminals (Cinema1)
• Gold plated 5-way binding posts (Cinema2)
• Black injection molded plastic cabinets
• High efficiency amplifier
• Bass reflex enclosure with low noise vents
• Adjustable low-pass crossover frequency
• Automatic signal-sensing ON/OFF
CINEMA SET UP GUIDE
Typical Loudspeaker Placement
Figure 1 illustrates the most generally accepted speaker locations for a home the-
ater system. Although there are an infinite number of set up options using Figure
1 as a template will certainly provide a great starting point. Experimentation with
slightly different speaker locations may provide improved performance in your
specific listening environment.
The front left and right speakers should form a 45 degree triangle using the center
seating position as the apex.
The surround speakers should be placed beside the listening area, and pointed
towards each other. It is also recommended that the speakers be 2-3 feet above
the listeners head.
Left/Center/Right Front Speaker Height
One of the most important parameters for the left/center/right front speakers in
a home theater system is height. Figure 2 shows the ideal arrangemen