CT-711 / CR-711 / CT-800
UHF PLL Beltpack Transmitter & Receiver / Stationary Transmitter
OPERATION MANUAL
Printed in Taiwan, October 2008
CT-711 / CR-711 / CT-800
UHF PLL Beltpack Transmitter & Receiver / Stationary Transmitter
OPERATION MANUAL
Printed in Taiwan, October 2008
Introduction
FCC Caution :
Congratulations and thank you for the purchase of CT-711 / CR-711 / CT800 Tour Guide / Assistive Listening System. This system is PLLsynthesized with 100 factory preprogrammed channels. Please read this
manual thoroughly to be fully familiarized with its controls and functions.
To assure continued compliance, any changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's
authority to operate this equipment.
Description
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any
other antenna or transmitter.
Model
Description
Frequency band
No. of channel
Power supply
CT-800
CT-711
Belt-pack Transmitter
Stationary Transmitter
CR-711
Belt-pack Receiver
UHF high band
100
AC
AA battery * 2
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement
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.
(2)This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Applications
1.Simultaneous language interpretation
System recommendation :
CT-800 ( several, depending on number of languages used ), CR-711 ( many )Each language
must use a dedicated frequency for transmission and all the frequencies used must be
interference-free.
CT-800
CR-711
English
Chinese
Japanese
French
1
10
1
Introduction
FCC Caution :
Congratulations and thank you for the purchase of CT-711 / CR-711 / CT800 Tour Guide / Assistive Listening System. This system is PLLsynthesized with 100 factory preprogrammed channels. Please read this
manual thoroughly to be fully familiarized with its controls and functions.
To assure continued compliance, any changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's
authority to operate this equipment.
Description
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any
other antenna or transmitter.
Model
Description
Frequency band
No. of channel
Power supply
CT-800
CT-711
Belt-pack Transmitter
Stationary Transmitter
CR-711
Belt-pack Receiver
UHF high band
100
AC
AA battery * 2
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement
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.
(2)This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Applications
1.Simultaneous language interpretation
System recommendation :
CT-800 ( several, depending on number of languages used ), CR-711 ( many )Each language
must use a dedicated frequency for transmission and all the frequencies used must be
interference-free.
CT-800
CR-711
English
Chinese
Japanese
French
1
1
10
2.Fitness centre broadcast use.
Charging the batteries
First, make sure the types of the battery mode and batteries installed are
all NiMH. Secondly, both batteries have to be of the same brand/
specification.
When the battery-status LED keeps flashing, it means the batteries are
weak and recharging is thus necessary. There are 2 methods of charging,
namely via
A: AC adaptor-Plug the connector of the adaptor into the DC IN jack of the
transmitter and the adaptor to a wall AC outlet.
B:Charger-Set CR-711 vertically into the charger jack and have the
charging points contact the charger correctly.
During the charging process, the battery-status indicator LED will keep
flashing. As long as the process is completed, "FULL" will be shown on
the display and the LED will stop flashing and keep lighting until this
transmitter is removed from the charger.
System recommendation:
CT-800 ( several, depending on the number of TV sets ), CR-711 ( many,
privately own by club members )
Each broadcast must use a dedicated frequency for transmission and all
the frequencies used must be interference-free.
CR-711
Channel:1
CT-800
CR-711
Channel:2
CT-800
CR-711
Channel:3
CT-800
Belt clip
This uniquely designed belt clip(15) allows 360 ° rotation. Select the best position
to achieve your optimum comfort.
Channel:4
CR-711
CT-800
3.Guided tour
System recommendation:
CT-711 ( one ), CR-711 ( many )
2
9
2.Fitness centre broadcast use.
Charging the batteries
First, make sure the types of the battery mode and batteries installed are
all NiMH. Secondly, both batteries have to be of the same brand/
specification.
When the battery-status LED keeps flashing, it means the batteries are
weak and recharging is thus necessary. There are 2 methods of charging,
namely via
A: AC adaptor-Plug the connector of the adaptor into the DC IN jack of the
transmitter and the adaptor to a wall AC outlet.
B:Charger-Set CR-711 vertically into the charger jack and have the
charging points contact the charger correctly.
During the charging process, the battery-status indicator LED will keep
flashing. As long as the process is completed, "FULL" will be shown on
the display and the LED will stop flashing and keep lighting until this
transmitter is removed from the charger.
System recommendation:
CT-800 ( several, depending on the number of TV sets ), CR-711 ( many,
privately own by club members )
Each broadcast must use a dedicated frequency for transmission and all
the frequencies used must be interference-free.
CR-711
Channel:1
CT-800
CR-711
Channel:2
CT-800
CR-711
Channel:3
CT-800
Belt clip
This uniquely designed belt clip(15) allows 360 ° rotation. Select the best position
to achieve your optimum comfort.
Channel:4
CR-711
CT-800
3.Guided tour
System recommendation:
CT-711 ( one ), CR-711 ( many )
9
2
Various setting display pages
CT-800 Stationary Transmitter
6
UP button
MENU button
First, press the release buttons on both sides of the transmitter to open the battery
compartment.
Press SET once to make the display roll to
CH: 001
725.000M
This page shows the current channel and its corresponding frequency. You can
press UP and DOWN to choose a desired channel. There are 100 preset channels
for selection.
Press SET twice continuously to make the display roll to
1
Monitor Earphone IN
Earphone Volume
LCD
DOWN button
SET button
Power button
15
Antenna
Gain control
(for LINE IN)
DCIN
Gain control
(for MIC IN)
Battery types for CR-711 include Alkaline battery (not rechargeable) and NiMH
battery (rechargeable). Please be sure to select the correct battery type according
to the batteries installed. If the types of the mode and in-use batteries are not the
same, the battery-status display may not normally reflect correct battery status
information and recharging process will not be activated.
Press SET 3 times continuously to make the display roll to
RF power
Output switch
Audio In
( L / R RCA jack )
CH: 001
SELECT
This programming allows users to select desired channels from those preset 100
ones. For example, if you temporarily don't need channel 2 to 5, just press UP or
DOWN to channel 2 and then press SET till DELETE shows on the LCD display,
meaning channel 2 has stopped its function. So can the other channels be
programmed accordingly. Thus only 96 channels are left for normal operation.
Of course, those deleted channels can return to function by making them selected
by the same way they were deleted.
14
AC IN
MIC IN
(Phone jack)
NIMH
AKLN
**14&15. Gain control is used to adjust sensitivity of CT-800 respectively from
LINE IN and MIC IN. User can rotate the knob until a desired acoustic quality
is reached.
**10. RF output power can be selected between HI and LOW, depending on the
environment of application.
LCD display information of CT-800 Stationary Transmitter
Function of control keys :
MENU : Page Up
SET : Activate change / Store / Move Cursor
+ : Up
: Down
Press SET 4 times continuously to make the display roll to
SCAN UP
SCAN DW
Pressing UP and DOWN will have the receiver scan out the in-use channel in
different directions automatically.
Press SET 5 times continuously to make the display roll to
SQUELCH
LEVEL 01
If the reception is apparently affected by interferences, squelch-level setting is
necessary. There are 10 levels for adjustment from 1 (min.) To 10(max.). Press
UP or DOWN to change the level until an acceptable one has been selected. When
the reception quality isn't clearly improved even the max level has been chosen,
it means the current channel isn't applicable for use in this location and accessing
changes to channel is recommended.
Press SET 6 times continuously to make the display roll to
AUTO OFF
DISABLE
Aut-off is an unique design to reduce unnecessary current consumption of the
receiver. You can select either "Disable" or "Enable". If " Enable" is chosen, the
receiver will automatically shut off when it doesn't received signals from the
transmitter for 5 minutes. However, if "Disable" is chosen, the function will be
terminated until "Enable" is selected. 8
3
Various setting display pages
CT-800 Stationary Transmitter
6
UP button
MENU button
First, press the release buttons on both sides of the transmitter to open the battery
compartment.
Press SET once to make the display roll to
CH: 001
725.000M
This page shows the current channel and its corresponding frequency. You can
press UP and DOWN to choose a desired channel. There are 100 preset channels
for selection.
Press SET twice continuously to make the display roll to
1
Monitor Earphone IN
Earphone Volume
LCD
DOWN button
SET button
Power button
15
Antenna
Gain control
(for LINE IN)
Gain control
(for MIC IN)
DCIN
Battery types for CR-711 include Alkaline battery (not rechargeable) and NiMH
battery (rechargeable). Please be sure to select the correct battery type according
to the batteries installed. If the types of the mode and in-use batteries are not the
same, the battery-status display may not normally reflect correct battery status
information and recharging process will not be activated.
Press SET 3 times continuously to make the display roll to
RF power
Output switch
Audio In
( L / R RCA jack )
MIC IN
(Phone jack)
14
AC IN
**14&15. Gain control is used to adjust sensitivity of CT-800 respectively from
LINE IN and MIC IN. User can rotate the knob until a desired acoustic quality
is reached.
**10. RF output power can be selected between HI and LOW, depending on the
environment of application.
LCD display information of CT-800 Stationary Transmitter
Function of control keys :
MENU : Page Up
SET : Activate change / Store / Move Cursor
+ : Up
: Down
3
NIMH
AKLN
CH: 001
SELECT
This programming allows users to select desired channels from those preset 100
ones. For example, if you temporarily don't need channel 2 to 5, just press UP or
DOWN to channel 2 and then press SET till DELETE shows on the LCD display,
meaning channel 2 has stopped its function. So can the other channels be
programmed accordingly. Thus only 96 channels are left for normal operation.
Of course, those deleted channels can return to function by making them selected
by the same way they were deleted.
Press SET 4 times continuously to make the display roll to
SCAN UP
SCAN DW
Pressing UP and DOWN will have the receiver scan out the in-use channel in
different directions automatically.
Press SET 5 times continuously to make the display roll to
SQUELCH
LEVEL 01
If the reception is apparently affected by interferences, squelch-level setting is
necessary. There are 10 levels for adjustment from 1 (min.) To 10(max.). Press
UP or DOWN to change the level until an acceptable one has been selected. When
the reception quality isn't clearly improved even the max level has been chosen,
it means the current channel isn't applicable for use in this location and accessing
changes to channel is recommended.
Press SET 6 times continuously to make the display roll to
AUTO OFF
DISABLE
Aut-off is an unique design to reduce unnecessary current consumption of the
receiver. You can select either "Disable" or "Enable". If " Enable" is chosen, the
receiver will automatically shut off when it doesn't received signals from the
transmitter for 5 minutes. However, if "Disable" is chosen, the function will be
terminated until "Enable" is selected. 8
CR-711 Parts and functions
1
2 3
To operate, press power ON button ( 8 ) once, then the CHANNEL / AF SIGNAL page will
appear:
CHANNEL:090
AF
4
Press MENU button once, the display will change to FREQUENCY / AF SIGNAL page :
EC-16 (ear speaker)
722.250MHz
AF
Press MENU button again, the display will change to USER NAME / CHANNEL NO page :
5
10
12
6
11
13
USER NAME
CHANNEL:090
7
Display setting instructions
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BRAND / MODEL NO page is factory preset and is NOT user changeable !
EC-18 (ear speaker)
9
Antenna
Audio on/off switch
Battery-status indicator
TMP / XLR connector
LCD display
DC-in jack / Charging port
Cover-release button
Battery compartment
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1.To change CHANNEL and FREQUENCY
This can be done at either the FREQUENCY / AF SIGNAL page or the CHANNEL /
FREQUENCY page.
To make changes, press SET key for about 3 seconds, by default the display page will jump
to CHANNEL / FREQUENCY page, even though it is at FREQUENCY / AF SIGNAL page when
SET is pressed.
The cursor will flash at the last digit of the channel. Pressing "+" is to move UP one channel
and "-" to move DOWN one channel. As the channel number moves UP or DOWN, the
frequency will change accordingly. There are 100 preset channels for CT-800, so selection
could be made from channel 001 to 100. After the desired channel has been selected, press
SET for about 3 seconds to store the setting into the memory. However, at any instant, if the
flashing cursor is left idle for about 10 seconds, cursor will stop flashing, the process will be
terminated, changes will not be stored and the last setting will remain unchanged.
Charging contacts
Power on / off
SET button
UP button
DOWN button
Lock / Unlock
Belt clip
Battery installation
First, use a small too l to push both locks (14 )
outward(1 4) on the rea r to unlock the battery
compartment as illustrate d in right pictu re.
Then push the relea se buttons on both side s
of the rec eiver to open the cover. CR-711
uses 2 AA batteries to operate .
2.To change USER NAME.
Press MENU until the USER NAME / CHANNEL NO. page appears. To make changes, press
SET for about 3 seconds and then the cursor will flash at the first letter to allow changes.
Pressing SET once will move the cursor one position rightward. Pressing "+" is to roll UP the
ASCII code and "-" is to DOWN one ASCII code.
After all the desired changes have been made, press SET for about 3 seconds to store the
setting into the memory. However, at any instant, if the flashing cursor is left idle for about 10
seconds, cursor will stop flashing, the process will be terminated, changes will not be stored
and the last setting will remain unchanged.
4
15
14
14
7
CR-711 Parts and functions
1
2 3
To operate, press power ON button ( 8 ) once, then the CHANNEL / AF SIGNAL page will
appear:
CHANNEL:090
AF
4
Press MENU button once, the display will change to FREQUENCY / AF SIGNAL page :
EC-16 (ear speaker)
722.250MHz
AF
Press MENU button again, the display will change to USER NAME / CHANNEL NO page :
5
10
12
6
11
13
USER NAME
CHANNEL:090
7
Display setting instructions
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BRAND / MODEL NO page is factory preset and is NOT user changeable !
EC-18 (ear speaker)
9
Antenna
Audio on/off switch
Battery-status indicator
TMP / XLR connector
LCD display
DC-in jack / Charging port
Cover-release button
Battery compartment
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Charging contacts
Power on / off
SET button
UP button
DOWN button
Lock / Unlock
Belt clip
Battery installation
First, use a small too l to push both locks (14 )
outward(1 4) on the rea r to unlock the battery
compartment as illustrate d in right pictu re.
Then push the relea se buttons on both side s
of the rec eiver to open the cover. CR-711
uses 2 AA batteries to operate .
14
7
15
14
1.To change CHANNEL and FREQUENCY
This can be done at either the FREQUENCY / AF SIGNAL page or the CHANNEL /
FREQUENCY page.
To make changes, press SET key for about 3 seconds, by default the display page will jump
to CHANNEL / FREQUENCY page, even though it is at FREQUENCY / AF SIGNAL page when
SET is pressed.
The cursor will flash at the last digit of the channel. Pressing "+" is to move UP one channel
and "-" to move DOWN one channel. As the channel number moves UP or DOWN, the
frequency will change accordingly. There are 100 preset channels for CT-800, so selection
could be made from channel 001 to 100. After the desired channel has been selected, press
SET for about 3 seconds to store the setting into the memory. However, at any instant, if the
flashing cursor is left idle for about 10 seconds, cursor will stop flashing, the process will be
terminated, changes will not be stored and the last setting will remain unchanged.
2.To change USER NAME.
Press MENU until the USER NAME / CHANNEL NO. page appears. To make changes, press
SET for about 3 seconds and then the cursor will flash at the first letter to allow changes.
Pressing SET once will move the cursor one position rightward. Pressing "+" is to roll UP the
ASCII code and "-" is to DOWN one ASCII code.
After all the desired changes have been made, press SET for about 3 seconds to store the
setting into the memory. However, at any instant, if the flashing cursor is left idle for about 10
seconds, cursor will stop flashing, the process will be terminated, changes will not be stored
and the last setting will remain unchanged.
4
Various setting display pages
CT-711 Parts and functions
First, press the release buttons on both sides of the transmitter to open the
battery compartment.
1
2 3
4
Press SET once to make the display roll to
CH: 001
725.000M
This page shows the current channel and its corresponding frequency. You can
press UP and DOWN to choose a desired channel. There are 100 preset
channels for selection.
Press SET twice continuously to make the display roll to
5
10
12
6
11
13
7
Battery types for CT-711 include Alkaline battery (not rechargeable) and NiMH
battery (rechargeable). Please be sure to select the correct battery type
according to the batteries installed. If the types of the mode and in-use batteries
are not the same,the battery-status display may not normally reflect correct
battery status information and recharging process will not be activated.
Press SET 3 times continuously to make the display roll to
8
MC-72(headset microphone)
3
4
5
6
7
8
Antenna
Audio on/off switch
Battery-status indicator
TMP / XLR connector
LCD display
DC-in jack / Charging port
Cover-release button
Battery compartment
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Charging contacts
Power on / off
SET button
UP button
DOWN button
Lock / Unlock
Belt clip
Charging the batteries
First, make sure the types of the battery mode and batteries installed are all NiMH.
Secondly, both batteries have to be of the same brand/specification. When the battery-status LED keeps flashing, it means the batteries are weak and
recharging is thus necessary. There are 2 methods of charging, namely via A: AC adaptor-Plug the connector of the adaptor into the DC IN jack of the
transmitter and the adaptor to a wall AC outlet. B:Charger-Set CT-711 vertically into the charger jack and have the charging
points contact the charger correctly. During the charging process, the battery-status indicator LED will keep flashing.
As long as the process is completed, "FULL" will be shown on the display and
the LED will stop flashing and keep lighting until this transmitter is removed from
the charger.
Battery installation
First, use a small too l to push both locks (14 )
outward(1 4) on the rea r to unlock the battery
compartment as illustrate d in right pictu re.
Then push the relea se buttons on both side s
of the transmitter to open the cover. CT-711
uses 2 AA batteries to operate .
15
14
14
CH: 001
SELECT
This programming allows users to select desired channels from those preset 100
ones. For example, if you temporarily don't need channel 2 to 5, just press UP or
DOWN to channel 2 and then press SET till DELETE shows on the LCD display,
meaning channel 2 has stopped its function. So can the other channels be
programmed accordingly. Thus only 96 channels are left for normal operation.
Of course, those deleted channels can return to function by making them
selected by the same way they were deleted.
9
1
2
NIMH
AKLN
Belt clip
This uniquely designed belt clip(15) allows 360 ° rotation. Select the best
position to achieve your optimum comfort.
6
5
Various setting display pages
CT-711 Parts and functions
First, press the release buttons on both sides of the transmitter to open the
battery compartment.
1
2 3
4
Press SET once to make the display roll to
CH: 001
725.000M
This page shows the current channel and its corresponding frequency. You can
press UP and DOWN to choose a desired channel. There are 100 preset
channels for selection.
Press SET twice continuously to make the display roll to
5
10
12
6
11
13
7
Battery types for CT-711 include Alkaline battery (not rechargeable) and NiMH
battery (rechargeable). Please be sure to select the correct battery type
according to the batteries installed. If the types of the mode and in-use batteries
are not the same,the battery-status display may not normally reflect correct
battery status information and recharging process will not be activated.
Press SET 3 times continuously to make the display roll to
8
MC-72(headset microphone)
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Antenna
Audio on/off switch
Battery-status indicator
TMP / XLR connector
LCD display
DC-in jack / Charging port
Cover-release button
Battery compartment
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Charging contacts
Power on / off
SET button
UP button
DOWN button
Lock / Unlock
Belt clip
Battery installation
First, use a small too l to push both locks (14 )
outward(1 4) on the rea r to unlock the battery
compartment as illustrate d in right pictu re.
Then push the relea se buttons on both side s
of the transmitter to open the cover. CT-711
uses 2 AA batteries to operate .
14
15
14
NIMH
AKLN
CH: 001
SELECT
This programming allows users to select desired channels from those preset 100
ones. For example, if you temporarily don't need channel 2 to 5, just press UP or
DOWN to channel 2 and then press SET till DELETE shows on the LCD display,
meaning channel 2 has stopped its function. So can the other channels be
programmed accordingly. Thus only 96 channels are left for normal operation.
Of course, those deleted channels can return to function by making them
selected by the same way they were deleted.
Charging the batteries
First, make sure the types of the battery mode and batteries installed are all NiMH.
Secondly, both batteries have to be of the same brand/specification. When the battery-status LED keeps flashing, it means the batteries are weak and
recharging is thus necessary. There are 2 methods of charging, namely via A: AC adaptor-Plug the connector of the adaptor into the DC IN jack of the
transmitter and the adaptor to a wall AC outlet. B:Charger-Set CT-711 vertically into the charger jack and have the charging
points contact the charger correctly. During the charging process, the battery-status indicator LED will keep flashing.
As long as the process is completed, "FULL" will be shown on the display and
the LED will stop flashing and keep lighting until this transmitter is removed from
the charger.
Belt clip
This uniquely designed belt clip(15) allows 360 ° rotation. Select the best
position to achieve your optimum comfort.
5
6