User Guide
SW800 with Bluetooth
Battery Powered PA System
READ FIRST ABOUT BATTERY OPERATIONS!
BY OBSERVING A FEW SIMPLE RULES, YOU CAN EXTEND THE
LIFESPAN OF THE SEALED LEAD ACID (SLA) BATTERIES THAT
OPERATE YOUR AMPLIVOX BATTERY POWERED PORTABLE
PA SYSTEM OR ACCESSORY:
•ALWAYS KEEP YOUR AMPLIVOX PORTABLE PA SYSTEM
PLUGGED IN AND CHARGING WHEN NOT IN USE.
•FOR LONG TERM STORAGE (OVER 1 MONTH) WE RECOMMEND DISCONNECTING THE SLA BATTERIES TO AVOID
GRADUAL, CONTINUOUS DISCHARGE.
•ALWAYS STORE SLA BATTERIES IN A CHARGED CONDITION
WHEN REMOVED FROM SERVICE.
•NEVER LET THE BATTERY VOLTAGE DROP BELOW 10V.
•FOR SLA BATTERIES IN STORAGE, APPLY A TOPPING
CHARGE EVERY SIX MONTHS.
•AVOID REPEATED DEEP DISCHARGES. THIS PRACTICE WILL
CUT THE LIFE OF THE BATTERY SIGNIFICANTLY.
•AVOID OPERATING SLA BATTERIES AT ELEVATED AMBIENT
TEMPERATURES.
•BATT STAT INDICATOR - RED = NO BATTERY POWER,
YELLOW = 1 HOUR LEFT. CHARGE BATTERY OVERNIGHT
FOR BEST RESULTS.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
GETTING STARTED / QUICK SETUP ................................ 3
CONTROLS / BACK PANEL .............................................. 4
OPERATION ……………………………………...…………… 4
AUDIO FUNCTIONS & ADJUSTMENT……………………… 5
UHF WIRELESS RECEIVER / BODYPACK .……………… 5
WIRELESS HANDHELD MICROPHONE…………………… 6
CD / MEDIA PLAYER ……................................................... 6
REMOTE CONTROL …………………….............................. 7
BLUETOOTH MODULE ......................................................
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TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................
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WARRANTY ………….......................................................... 8
AmpliVox • 650 Anthony Trail Suite D, Northbrook, IL 60062 • Phone: (800)267-5486 • Fax: (800)267-5489 www.ampli.com
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Before using this product, read the instruction manual for important safety information. Please retain this manual for
future reference and warranty information.
Troubleshooting & Servicing
Do not attempt to service or repair the device yourself. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Do not attempt to modify the device in anyway. Doing so could invalidate your warranty.
Cleaning
When cleaning the device, please use a soft, dry cloth. Never use benzene, paint-thinner, or other chemicals on the
device.
Location
Place the device in stable location, so it will not fall causing damage to the device or bodily harm.
Intended use
The product may only be used with the original parts intended for it. The intended use includes adherence to the specified installation instructions. The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage arising due to improper use.
WARNING: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
IMPORTANT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
The unit’s circuitry may cause interference to nearby radios. To prevent interference, either switch the unit off or move
away from the affected radio.
NOTE: This equipment complies within the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help.
NOTE: Shielded cables may be required to be used with this unit to en-sure compliance with the Class B FCC limits.
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Getting Started/Quick Setup
1. Power unit on with rocker switch.
2. The WIRELESS RECEIVER has its own POWER / VOLUME
Control. Turn Receiver Power On. A Frequency Channel will
appear in the Channel Display. Press UP/DOWN Buttons to
select a channel. Channel number must match channel number on wireless transmitter.
3. Wireless Microphone/Bodypack Transmitter– set the
transmitter channel selector switch to the same number that
is displayed on the receiver. Select channels 1-16. Install 2 “AA” batteries into battery compartment of wireless microphone transmitter or install 1 - “AA” battery into battery compartment of wireless bodypack transmitter.
4. MAIN BATTERY STATUS indicator - Red = no battery
power, If four LED’s are glowing, means fully
charged. Charge batteries overnight for best results.
If you need further assistance, please call
1-800-267-5486, 8am-6pm M-F CST .
PLEASE NOTE: THE REMOTE DOES NOT
TURN THE UNIT ON OR OFF. YOU MUST
DO THAT ON THE CONTROL PANEL
SW800 SPECIFICATIONS
Rated Power Output:
100 Watts RMS
Battery:
Speaker :
8" Bass
4" Tweeter
(2) 12 volt rechargeable SLA, 5 AH,
User accessible and replaceable
AC Power:
90V - 260V switched power supply
Frequency Response:
40Hz to 20Khz
Weight:
33 lbs.
Sensitivity:
96dB
Dimensions (HWD ):
18.5" H x 13.5" W x 12" D
Tone Controls:
Separate Bass and Treble
Extension Handle:
21", Locking
Wireless Range:
Up to 300 Feet
Speaker Mount:
1 3/8" pole mount receptacle
Wireless Frequency:
UHF 584 - 608 MHz
Warranty:
Bluetooth:
A2DP Version 3.0
Microphone Input:
XLR /1/4" combo connector
Wired Microphone:
AmpliVox or other compatible brands
1 year Limited Warranty;
Remote Control, Wireless
Microphones, Wireless Receiver,
Bluetooth Module, CD / Media
Player, Rechargeable SLA Batteries.
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CONTROL / BACK PANEL
MICROPHONE / BODYPACK /
REMOTE CONTROL
STORAGE COMPARTMENT
ADJUSTABLE PULL OUT HANDLE
EXPANSION SLOT FOR
WIRELESS MICROPHONE
WIRELESS MICROPHONE
16 CHANNEL UHF RECEIVER
POWER SWITCH
BATTERY STATUS
LED LIGHTS
CD / MEDIA PLAYER
WIRED MICROPHONE XLR /
1/4" COMBO JACK with
VOLUME / TONE / ECHO
CONTROLS:
To connect balanced or unbalanced
microphones that have either XLR or
phone plug connectors.
BLUETOOTH MODULE
AUDIO CONTROL KNOBS:
Master Volume Control
Bass Control
Treble Control
Not Used
XLR INPUT/OUTPUT JACKS:
MICROPHONE VOICE
PRIORITY SWITCH
Used with POWERED speakers or
output to other electronics
LINE INPUT with
VOLUME CONTROL:
FUSE: 5A 250V
Used to connect MP3 players,
portable tape and CD players
System Protection
EXTERNAL SPEAKER:
1/4" JACK, use with PASSIVE
speakers only
IEC TYPE AC
CONNECTION with FUSE:
Line Voltage Protection
BATTERY PANELS
User Accessible
OPERATION
POWER SWITCH: When power switch is in the ON position, the
FUSES: When the AC cord is plugged in, and the battery
red LED on switch will be illuminated. The BATTERY STATUS
LIGHTS (4 LED’s) will indicate the condition of the battery. Each LED
represents about 25% of battery charge. If no LED’s are lit, battery
must be recharged before use.
charging does not start, please check fuse. There is a fuse in
the AC jack. It is identified on the plastic with a drawing of a
fuse.
Detach the AC cord from the unit before replacement.
To charge the batteries, connect the unit to 110V AC using the supplied power cord. The LED’s will flash indicating battery is charging.
When they stop flashing, batteries are fully charged. While charging
you may hear a high pitch sound. This is normal. It is noise from the
charging circuit.
This fuse protects the AC circuitry. Use a flat blade screwdriver
in the slot on the top of fuse holder to slide the fuse holder out.
Replace the fuse with a 10A/250V fuse if needed.
If battery charger works but PA system does not, check
System Protection Fuse. Unscrew cap to check.
The batteries will charge when unit is operating with AC power,
HOWEVER the unit will charge faster with the power switch in
the “off” position.
If after replacing fuse, the SW800 does not “power on”, please
call AmpliVox Customer Service at 800-267-5486.
THE SW800 SHOULD BE PLUGGED IN AND CHARGING WHEN
NOT IN USE TO MAXIMIZE BATTERY LIFE. RECHARGING THE
UNIT ONLY WHEN THE BATTERY STATUS LIGHT IS RED WILL
SHORTEN THE USEFUL LIFE OF THE BATTERIES.
WARNING! RISK OF SHOCK! DO NOT OPEN UNIT.
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE!
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AUDIO FUNCTIONS
3 MASTER AUDIO CONTROLS:
TONE CONTROL: Use to adjust sound of plugged-in mi-
VOLUME: This is the master volume control for the system.
crophone.
BASS: This control cuts or boosts the bass level.
ECHO CONTROL: This is a sound effect feature that
makes the audio signal sound as though it’s in a large area,
such as a large cathedral or a cave, by repeating the sounds
that come into the SW800 through the microphones or any of
the accessories. The listener will hear the original sound, plus
the repeated sounds created by this feature.
TREBLE: This control cuts or boosts the treble level.
MICROPHONE / VOICE PRIORITY SWITCH: When turned
"ON" this feature allows a voice message to take precedence over
the musical program, without turning the music off completely. Full
volume is returned when speaking is complete.
INPUT/OUTPUT XLR JACKS: Connect only powered
speaker using XLR type cable. XLR Output can also be used
to connect to other electronic devices.
LINE IN INPUTS: Add pre-recorded music to your presentations from an external source such as a computer or MP3 player
can be used by connecting to the L/R RCA jacks. A separate
LINE IN VOLUME CONTROL is also provided for controlling
sound level of the external source.
LINE SET: When using the SW800 as an extension speaker
jack (this jack will accept either type microphone).
you need to select one speaker as the “MASTER” and other
speaker/s as “SLAVE”. Slide switch to the designated position. The speaker chosen as the “MASTER” becomes the
main control for all inputs.
WIRED MICROPHONE VOLUME CONTROL: Use to ad-
SLAVE INPUT CONTROL: Use to adjust input level when
WIRED MICROPHONE INPUT: One combination XLR / ¼″
used as a SLAVE speaker.
just sound level of the plugged-in microphone.
16 CHANNEL UHF WIRELESS
WIRELESS RECEIVER PANEL
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A
B C
D
Channel Display (A)
RF - Radio Frequency Indicator (B)
AF - Audio Frequency Indicator (C)
ASC / IR Auto Channel Select (Handheld Only) (D)
Select Buttons - Manual Channel Selection (E)
Mute Level Adjustment (F)
Volume Control (G)
E
G
F
RECEIVER / TRANSMITTER SETUP:
· The receiver has its own POWER / VOLUME Control (G). Turn Power
On. A Frequency Channel will appear in the Channel Display (A). Press
Select Buttons (E) to select a channel. Channel number must match
channel number on wireless transmitter.
Wireless Transmitter - Bodypack
Top Panel
· MUTE LEVEL (F) is set at half way mark when it leaves the
factory. If speaker sound is breaking up, turn level clockwise with small
screwdriver until condition improves.
· The transmitter bodypack (IF USED) is operated by 1 - "AA" 1.5 Volt
alkaline battery. Slide off battery cover (H) and install battery as shown.
Make certain the battery is fully seated in its compartment so the cover
slides in place easily. Battery life with alkaline batteries is approximately
8 hours of operating time.
J
Battery
Cover
K
Channel
Selector
· Select a channel (1-16) on side panel (I) using the supplied screw driver
to select channel number. Channel selected should match channel on
receiver. When transmitter and receiver are set to correct channel the
RF indicator (B) will glow red when transmitter is turned on.
· Plug the Lapel microphone into the Mic Input Jack (K). The microphone
can be clipped to a necktie or other clothing, using the supplied clip. The
lapel mic should be placed under the chin, as close to the center of the
body as possible.
· Slide the power ON/OFF switch (J) to the ON position (the LED indicator
light will illuminate green). Replace batteries when this LED turns red.
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WIRELESS HANDHELD MICROPHONE TRANSMITTER
If you are using the AmpliVox S1695 Wireless Handheld Microphone Transmitter, screw off the lower bottom section of microphone
and insert 2 - "AA" 1.5 Volt alkaline batteries.
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IMPORTANT: Because the microphone has an AUTO SYNC function, you first select channel you wish to use on the receiver.
Then press the ASC button (D), the IR light will start to flash. Turn on microphone and point end (6) of microphone at the flashing IR light on receiver and the microphone will auto sync to the same channel as selected on the receiver.
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IMPORTANT: INSERT BASE OF MICROPHONE FIRST WHEN PLACING INTO THE STORAGE COMPARTMENT.
BATTERIES
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1. Hold the body of microphone in hand and twist off bottom
section of microphone.
2. Insert two “AA” batteries.
3. Twist bottom section back on to microphone.
BATTERY STATUS
The life expectancy of the two batteries is about 10 hours.
When the “BATTERY” symbol on the display screen keeps
flashing the batteries should be replaced immediately.
Microphone Operation and Status Display
· TURN ON MICROPHONE: Push and hold the
Functions
“POWER/MUTE” (3) button until LCD screen
lights up.
1) Interchangeable Microphone Head
· TO MUTE: Press “POWER/MUTE” button twice
to MUTE. Channel number will flash when muted.
Press button again twice to remove “MUTE”.
2) LCD Screen
· TURN OFF MICROPHONE: Push and hold the
3) Power / Mute Control Switch
“POWER/MUTE” (3) button for 2 seconds to turn
microphone “OFF”.
4) Select Button
· SELECT CHANNEL (Manual): Press and hold
5) Microphone Input Sensitivity Adjustment—is used to set the gain of
microphone. If you are a soft talking
speaker you will need to turn the control
counter clockwise. Turn clockwise if you
are a loud talker. Use plastic screwdriver
that is supplied.
the “SELECT” (4) button for 2 seconds until you
only see the word Channel and channel number.
To change channel, when flashing, press the
“SELECT” (4) button until you reach the desired
channel. Flashing will stop after 10 seconds and
channel is now set.
· LOCK / UNLOCK CHANNEL: Push the
“POWER/MUTE” (3) button and “SELECT”
button at the same time to lock or unlock channel.
When locked, channel cannot be changed.
“LOCKED” symbol appears in upper left-hand
corner.
COMPACT DISC / MEDIA PLAYER OPERATION
· HANDLING THE DISCS:
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Always insert a CD, CD-R, CDR/W into player with label side
up! Proper handling and care of
CDs should be taken to insure
proper operation. Fingerprints
and dust should be carefully
wiped off the surface, starting
from the center of the disc and
moving out towards the edge. It is best to avoid touching
the surface opposite the label to prevent scratching or
leaving fingerprints on the surface area. Always remove
disc from player before transporting unit.
LOADING AND UNLOADING DISCS:
Gently insert disc into player slot until
engagement mechanism pulls CD into
player. Do not force CD into unit. To
remove disc press EJECT button. CD
will stop playing and will slowly eject
from player. Gently remove CD, place
CD back into jewel case.
· NORMAL DISC PLAY: Insert CD into
player and press PLAY/PAUSE button if CD hasn’t already begun to play. Disc play will start at first track. Player display will
indicate track number and time.
INPUTS
· USB 2.0 / SD CARD SLOT: For Flash / Thumb drive memory devices and SD cards containing MP3 music files.
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COMPACT DISC / MEDIA PLAYER OPERATION
FUNCTIONS
· POWER: Press Power button to turn CD Player on. This
· PROGRAM (PROG): Used to program order of songs to
play on CD. Press button. PROG lights up on display.
Rotate POWER/VOL knob to song number. Press SHUF
to confirm. Repeat to program another song. Press PLAY
to start program order. Press Program button to cancel
function.
knob increases the output level when turned clockwise,
and decreases the volume when turned counter clockwise.
This is in addition to the main volume control function.
· PLAY/PAUSE: Starts playback of the current selection,
and also stops the selection when pressed during playback. When the button is pressed again, playback resumes
at the point where the selection was stopped.
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STOP: Press to completely stop the CD from playing.
Pressing the (play) button will start the CD from the beginning of the first selection on the disk.
CONTINUED
· REPEAT: Song that is currently playing, REPEAT lights
up on display or repeat all CD tracks, ALL lights up.
· EJECT: Press button. After the CD has stopped playing,
CD disk will eject from the player.
· MODE: SD /USB/CD Button selects between SD, USB
and CD playback. Function lights up on display when
media is inserted into slot..
FOLDER BUTTONS: Select which folder in USB or SD
storage devices to play. Down
backs up on the current
folder or selection, UP
moves forward on the current
folder or selection.
· SHUFFLE (SHUF): Random playback of all music
SKIP BUTTONS: Down
skips back to the previous
selection, UP
skips forward to the next selection.
Hold button while song is playing and will fast-forward.
· MUTE: Press to silent music but will continue to play.
tracks.on CD, SD Card, or USB Thumb Drive. SHUF will
light up on display.
MUTE will light up on display. Press to release MUTE.
REMOTE CONTROL
The remote control for the SW800 is used only to operate the
controls of the Media Player ONLY from the backside (control
side). The remote control can be used up to 50 feet from player.
Must be in direct line of sight for best results.
· REMOTE: To operate the CD player or SD / USB reader
with the remote control, the button on the remote labeled device you wish to play must be pressed first.
Once the button is pressed, all buttons will continue to
control their respective functions on the CD / Media Player
until one of the other input buttons is pressed.
· See FUNCTIONS above for explanation of buttons.
BLUETOOTH MODULE
PAIRING WITH A BLUETOOTH DEVICE
·
The Bluetooth® receiver has its own power /
volume switch. Before turning receiver on, the
main power for the PA must be on.
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Once your device is “paired / connected” the
status LED will stop flashing and turns
GREEN.
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Rotate switch clockwise to turn on. Once
turned on you will hear a short music sound
confirming that it is now on.
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You can now stream audio from your device to
the PA.
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The status LED will begin to flash RED indicating that you are now ready for pairing your
Bluetooth device.
The three control buttons, in the center, can be
used to Start- Pause / Advance / Back, your
streaming music from your device.
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You need to first enable Bluetooth on you device. When enabled you will be in the
“discover” mode. You will see a list of devices.
Choose “AmpliVox” or “AmpliVox S1500”.
Adjust volume to desired level using Main Volume Control / Bluetooth Receiver
Volume Control and your device volume
control.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logo is a registered trademark owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by AmpliVox Portable Sound
Systems is under license.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
MICROPHONE SIGNAL IS WEAK
PROBLEM & ITEMS TO CHECK
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UNIT WILL NOT TURN ON
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Is unit plugged in?
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Are batteries charged?
Are fuses blown?
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Check battery terminals
Check Fuse in Power Receptacle. Replace if needed.
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Bass too high
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Treble too low
FEEDBACK: A LOUD SQUEALING, SHRILL OR
HOWLING SOUND THAT IS SELF GENERATED
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Feedback occurs when a microphone is too close to the
speaker or the microphone volume is too high, or the
microphone is pointed towards the speaker. It is also
caused by sound reflecting off hard surfaces.
Reduce or eliminate Feedback by
- Pointing the microphone in a different direction
- Keeping the microphone BEHIND the speakers
- Turn down the volume levels
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Inspect disc for deep scratches or cracks
Check if player is in “pause” mode
BATTERIES WILL NOT HOLD CHARGE
Does yellow “signal” LED light when transmitter is turned
on?
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Are the transmitter and receiver on the same channel?
(1-16)
Is unit visible (line of sight) from user? If not, move unit
into view when using wireless microphone.
Does the yellow “signal” LED go out when signal drops
out? Check battery in transmitter.
SW800 MAKES BUZZING NOISE
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Check cables – a damaged cable will cause this. Unplug
cables one at a time until buzzing stops.
Check for Ground loops – use a ground loop isolator
where needed.
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Replace Main Batteries every 1-2 years if unit is not
left charging when not in use.
A full charge is best obtained when the unit is off and
plugged into the AC outlet for several hours. After a
year or two the batteries may need to be replaced.
Batteries are available from Amplivox.
To replace the batteries use a Phillips screwdriver
and take out the 4 screws from each battery cover
(there are two batteries) on the back panel. Remove
the foam spacer, set aside. Pull out the batteries to
access the terminals.
Carefully hold the battery with one hand while you
remove the mating connector. Replace with new
battery and push mating connector of battery wire
onto the corresponding color/polarity. RED = POSITIVE, BLACK = NEGATIVE.
Place the batteries back in the compartment. Replace
the foam and screw on the covers.
CD DOES NOT PLAY
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POWER IS ON, BUT NO SOUND
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Check that transmitter batteries are good and ensure
transmitter is on.
WIRELESS MIC CUTS IN AND OUT
SOUND IS MUFFLED
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WIRELESS MIC DOES NOT WORK
UNIT OPERATES ON AC BUT NOT BATTERY
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UNIT WILL NOT PLAY CD-R/W MEDIA.
Check batteries in microphone.
Is unit turned on?
Be sure CD or CD-R is loaded into tray correctly.
NEED HELP? Call 800-267-5486
CD SKIPS
Check main volume level.
If using wireless, be sure receiver and transmitter battery
is installed and both units are turned on.
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Be sure unit is steady. If it is jarred, this may occur.
Check for scratches on disc surface
DISCLAIMER
AmpliVox Portable Sound Systems, operates a policy of continuous development. AmpliVox reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in
this document without prior notice.
Under no circumstances shall AmpliVox be responsible for any loss of data or income or any special, incidental, consequential or indirect damages howsoever caused.
In some countries there may be some restrictions in using this equipment. Please check with your local radio frequency authorities.
WARRANTY
Limited One (1) -Year Warranty
AmpliVox warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship (subject to the terms set forth below) for a period of one(1) year from the date of purchase
(“Warranty Period”). All accessories and the batteries are warrantee for 1 year. Accessories are; wireless and wired microphones, receivers and transmitters, CD players, cassette players, and digital players.
During the Warranty Period, AmpliVox will repair or replace (at AmpliVox’s discretion) this product or any defective parts (“Warranty Service”).
Repair or replacement under the terms of this warranty does not give right to any extension or a new beginning of the period of warranty.
CLAIMS UNDER THE WARRANTY
To obtain Warranty Service, contact AmpliVox (800-267-5486) to be assigned a Return Authorization number (RA#). After receiving a RA#, the defective unit is to be returned to
AmpliVox in either its original packaging or packaging affording an equal degree of protection. You will bear the cost of shipping the product to AmpliVox. If the product is covered by the
warranty, AmpliVox will bear the cost of shipping product back to you after the completion of service under this warranty.
Return shipping will be charged to you for products not covered by the warranty or requiring no warranty repair.
The following information must be presented to obtain Warranty Service: (a) the RA# must be clearly and legibility marked on the outside of shipping carton, (b) proof of purchase, which
clearly indicates the name and address of the seller, the date of purchase and the product type, which is evidence that this product is within the Warranty Period. Please further include
(c) your return address, (d) daytime telephone number, and (e) reason for return.
LIMITATION OF WARRANTY
This warranty is only valid for the original purchaser and will automatically terminate prior to expiration if this product is sold or otherwise transferred to another party. The warranty provided by AmpliVox in this statement applies only to products purchased for use, and not for resale. It does not apply to open box purchases, which are sold “as is” and without any warranty. Specifically exempt from warranty are limited-life consumable components subject to normal wear and tear, such as microphone windscreens, ear cushions, modular plugs, ear
tips, decorative finishes, batteries, and other accessories. This warranty is invalid if the factory-applied serial number, date code label, or product label has been altered or removed from
this product. This Warranty does not cover cosmetic damage or damage due to misuse, abuse, negligence, Acts of Nature, accident, disassembling or modification of, or to any part of,
the product. This Warranty does not cover damage due to improper operation, maintenance or installation, or attempted repair by anyone other than AmpliVox. Any unauthorized repairs
will void this warranty.
REPAIRS OR REPLACEMENTS AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY ARE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE CONSUMER. AMPLIVOX SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY
LAW, THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHAT SO EVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PRACTICAL PURPOSE.
NOTE! This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from location to location. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages or implied warranties, so the above exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty does not affect your legal (statutory) rights under your applicable national
or local laws.
Dispose of the product according to local standards and regulations
AmpliVox • 650 Anthony Trail Suite D, Northbrook, IL 60062 • Phone: (800)267-5486 • Fax: (800)267-5489 www.ampli.com
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