Matias, welcome to the new Naim forum.
OK, first let’s make sure you have all the Link plugs, cables, and other bits you need; You should have a grey DIN5 interconnect, 2 x SNAIC5, 1 x SNAIC4, one small round 5 pin Link plug (for there NAC112), one 4pin paddle link plug (for the CD5), a pair of NACA5 speaker cables of at least 3.5m per channel with Naim SA8 speaker connector at each end, 3 x Naim mains leads, 2 x Naim Narcom remote controls, 1 x Clamp 3 for the CD5 mech. (If you need help with cable ID, see the FAQ on here). Got all that? Great! Now let’s go through from source to speakers. We will first set it up without the Flatcap2 to make sure all is working OK as standard.
CD5 - normally you would use this with the paddle link plug fitted to the LINK socket. Then connect the grey interconnect to the SIGNAL OUT DIN socket with the banded end closest to the CD5. Connect the other end into the CD input on the NAC112.
Then connect the NAC112 to the NAP150 using a SNAIC4 between SIGNAL OUT B on the 112 and INPUT on the NAP150. Ensure that the little round link plug is fitted to SIGNAL OUT A on the NAC112. Also, again ensure that the banded end of the SNAIC is closest to the source of the music signal (so closest to NAC112 in this case).
Connect the speaker cables to the power amp. Note the polarity and also that CH1 = Left, and CH2 = Right.
Ensure that the Intros are assembled with the three PIPs between each top and bottom box, and, if they have outboard crossovers fitted, that these are in place. Connect the other end of the speaker cable to the Intros.(Warning, be careful here as if they have outboard crossovers and they aren’t in place, be sure never to connect to bottom box directly!)
Connect the mains leads to the NAP150 and the CD5. Switch on the CD5 first, followed by the NAP150. Wait for the units to come out of mute. Select CD on the NAC112. Place a CD in the CD5 drawer and place the clamp on top. Close the drawer and press play. Advance volume…
All OK so far? If yes then we can proceed to add the Fltacap into the system. If not, then there’s a problem somewhere that we need to discover…