ACT Series 4 Channels Wireless Receiver
Instruction Manual
ACT-707MA : LED DISPLAY
ACT-707MB : MONO LCD DISPLAY
Electronics Co., Ltd.
Headoffice:814,Pei-KangRoad,Chiayi,600,Taiwan.
ACT-707MC : COLORLCDDISPLAY
Taipeioffice:5,Lane118,Sung-tehRoad,Taipei,110, Taiwan.
Web-http://www.mipro.com.tw E-mail:mipro@mipro.com.tw
2CE092
interstage
Phistersvej 31, 2900 Hellerup, Danmark
Telefon 3946 0000, fax 3946 0040
www.interstage.dk
- pro audio with a smile
CONTENTS
ACT MULTI CHANNEL WIRELESS RECEIVER
1. INTRODUCTION
1. INTRODUCTION
1
Thanks for choosing the most advanced 4 channelswirelessreceiver s ystem from
MIPRO.
Pleaseread this manual thoroughlyforcorrectoperatingandoptimalperformance.
2. PARTS NAME AND FUNCTIONS
2-3
ACT-707 series not only have the moststylish professional design, but alsoadapt
the most advanced modularized structure design. Each s tandard rackreceivercase
has 4 slots enable fordifferent r eceiver m odules quick assembly a n d e a s y disassembly.
3. INSTALLATION OF THE RECEIVER
4-5
Equippedwith switching power supply, w hich can beused while connected externally or
stock i nternally in the storage case on theback o f t he receiver. Thefront panel of the
receiver iswell designed for instant installation on the standard 19-inch rack case.
4. HOW TO ASSEMBLEAND DISSEMBLE A RECEIVER MODULE
6
5. COMPUTER NETWORK INTERFACE OPERATION
7-8
IncludedAccessories﹕
① Antenna×2
6. CAUTIONS
② Instruction Manual×1
③ Power Cable ×1
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SystemPairings﹕
① ACT-707A: ACT-707 Receiver+ACT-707MA(Wireless ReceiverModule with LED Display)
Select from MIPRO's UHF PLL handheld wireless microphonesandbeltpacktransmitters.
② ACT-707B: ACT-707 Receiver+ACT-707MB(Wireless ReceiverModulewith MONOLCD
Display)
Select from MIPRO's ACT handheld wireless microphonesand belt packtransmitters.
③ ACT-707C: ACT-707Receiver+ACT-707MC(Wireless Receiver Module with Color LCD
Display)
Select from MIPRO's ACT handheld wireless microphonesand belt packtransmitters.
④ Whensimultaneoususeofmultichannelsisneeds,pleaserefer to the non-interference
frequencies, pre-arranged and tested by MIPRO,toavoidinterference.
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CONTENTS
ACT MULTI CHANNEL WIRELESS RECEIVER
1. INTRODUCTION
1. INTRODUCTION
1
Thanks for choosing the most advanced 4 channelswirelessreceiver s ystem from
MIPRO.
Pleaseread this manual thoroughlyforcorrectoperatingandoptimalperformance.
2. PARTS NAME AND FUNCTIONS
2-3
ACT-707 series not only have the moststylish professional design, but alsoadapt
the most advanced modularized structure design. Each s tandard rackreceivercase
has 4 slots enable fordifferent r eceiver m odules quick assembly a n d e a s y disassembly.
3. INSTALLATION OF THE RECEIVER
4-5
Equippedwith switching power supply, w hich can beused while connected externally or
stock i nternally in the storage case on theback o f t he receiver. Thefront panel of the
receiver iswell designed for instant installation on the standard 19-inch rack case.
4. HOW TO ASSEMBLEAND DISSEMBLE A RECEIVER MODULE
6
5. COMPUTER NETWORK INTERFACE OPERATION
7-8
IncludedAccessories﹕
① Antenna×2
6. CAUTIONS
② Instruction Manual×1
③ Power Cable ×1
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SystemPairings﹕
① ACT-707A: ACT-707 Receiver+ACT-707MA(Wireless ReceiverModule with LED Display)
Select from MIPRO's UHF PLL handheld wireless microphonesandbeltpacktransmitters.
② ACT-707B: ACT-707 Receiver+ACT-707MB(Wireless ReceiverModulewith MONOLCD
Display)
Select from MIPRO's ACT handheld wireless microphonesand belt packtransmitters.
③ ACT-707C: ACT-707Receiver+ACT-707MC(Wireless Receiver Module with Color LCD
Display)
Select from MIPRO's ACT handheld wireless microphonesand belt packtransmitters.
④ Whensimultaneoususeofmultichannelsisneeds,pleaserefer to the non-interference
frequencies, pre-arranged and tested by MIPRO,toavoidinterference.
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ACT MULTI CHANNEL WIRELESS RECEIVER
2. PARTS NAME AND FUNCTIONS
Front Panel:
4
ACT-707
5
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
1
PUSH
0
1
POWER
HEADPHONE
CH1
2
3
6
CH2
CH3
CH4
7
8
9
10
(Fig.1)
Rear Panel:
11
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
12
13
14
15
FrontAntennaAInputConnector: Allows an optional rear-to-frontAntennakit forfront antenna
placement.
Power Switch & Indicator: When switchisturnedon, red indicator illuminates todenote normal
power status.
HeadphoneJack:Toconnecttoastereoheadphone to monitor outputsignals.
Headphone Volume Control and Module Selector: Pushes the knob to selectthe module you
would like tomonitor; turns the knob toadjust the volume ofthestereoheadphone.
Module Indicator: Points out selectedmonitoringmodule
Receiver Module 1: First Receiver ModuleSlot[Ch. 1 ]
Receiver Module 2: SecondReceiver Module Slot [ C h . 2 ]
(8) Receiver Module 3:Third Receiver Module Slot[Ch. 3 ]
(9) Receiver Module 4: Fourth Receiver Module Slot[Ch. 4]
(10) Front AntennaBInputConnector: Allows an optional rear-to-frontAntenna kitforfrontantenna
placement.
16
17
18
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
2
19
20
21
22
(Fig.2)
Rear Antenna B input Connector: B Antennaconnectorcanbeinstalledwithantenna directly and
provides power for antenna booster.
Heat Sink: Pleasekeepit adequatelyventilated.
Mixed AFOutput Socket: A balanced output socketformixedAFsignalsfromall installed
modules;2 outputlevelsto switch from.
Mixed AFOutput Level Switch: Canswitch theoutput toMICorAUXlevel.
Output Socket forModule 4: The balancedoutput socket for fourth receiver module. [Ch.4]
Output Socket forModule 3: The balancedoutput socket for thirdreceivermodule. [Ch. 3]
O utput Socket forModule 2: The balancedoutput socket forsecondreceivermodule. [Ch. 2]
Output Socket forModule 1: The balancedoutput socket for firstreceivermodule. [Ch. 1]
Computer Network InterfaceConnector:Networksocket to connect to the computerized systemmonitoring program.
RearAntennaAinput Connector:AAntennaconnector can be installed with antennadirectly and
provides power for antenna booster.
DCInputSocket: Theinput socket for 12 VoltDC power. Pleasenote that the polarity of the
central pin in the socketispositive (+).
ACPowerSocket: Theinput socketforAC power. UsesAC powerranging from 9 0 A C V t o 2 6 4
ACVwithout changing any application.
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2. PARTS NAME AND FUNCTIONS
Front Panel:
4
ACT-707
5
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
1
PUSH
0
1
POWER
HEADPHONE
CH1
2
3
6
CH2
CH3
CH4
7
8
9
10
(Fig.1)
Rear Panel:
11
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
12
13
14
15
FrontAntennaAInputConnector: Allows an optional rear-to-frontAntennakit forfront antenna
placement.
Power Switch & Indicator: When switchisturnedon, red indicator illuminates todenote normal
power status.
HeadphoneJack:Toconnecttoastereoheadphone to monitor outputsignals.
Headphone Volume Control and Module Selector: Pushes the knob to selectthe module you
would like tomonitor; turns the knob toadjust the volume ofthestereoheadphone.
Module Indicator: Points out selectedmonitoringmodule
Receiver Module 1: First Receiver ModuleSlot[Ch. 1 ]
Receiver Module 2: SecondReceiver Module Slot [ C h . 2 ]
(8) Receiver Module 3:Third Receiver Module Slot[Ch. 3 ]
(9) Receiver Module 4: Fourth Receiver Module Slot[Ch. 4]
(10) Front AntennaBInputConnector: Allows an optional rear-to-frontAntenna kitforfrontantenna
placement.
16
17
18
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
2
19
20
21
22
(Fig.2)
Rear Antenna B input Connector: B Antennaconnectorcanbeinstalledwithantenna directly and
provides power for antenna booster.
Heat Sink: Pleasekeepit adequatelyventilated.
Mixed AFOutput Socket: A balanced output socketformixedAFsignalsfromall installed
modules;2 outputlevelsto switch from.
Mixed AFOutput Level Switch: Canswitch theoutput toMICorAUXlevel.
Output Socket forModule 4: The balancedoutput socket for fourth receiver module. [Ch.4]
Output Socket forModule 3: The balancedoutput socket for thirdreceivermodule. [Ch. 3]
O utput Socket forModule 2: The balancedoutput socket forsecondreceivermodule. [Ch. 2]
Output Socket forModule 1: The balancedoutput socket for firstreceivermodule. [Ch. 1]
Computer Network InterfaceConnector:Networksocket to connect to the computerized systemmonitoring program.
RearAntennaAinput Connector:AAntennaconnector can be installed with antennadirectly and
provides power for antenna booster.
DCInputSocket: Theinput socket for 12 VoltDC power. Pleasenote that the polarity of the
central pin in the socketispositive (+).
ACPowerSocket: Theinput socketforAC power. UsesAC powerranging from 9 0 A C V t o 2 6 4
ACVwithout changing any application.
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4.
3. INSTALLATION O F THE RECEIVER
1:GND
AFOUTPUT
MIXED
MixedOutput: Balancedoutput socket (XLR) must connect to thebalanced input socketofthe
mixer. This output socket generates themixedoutput of C h . 1 ~ C h . 4 a n d t h e o u t p u t
sensitivity can be adjusted toAUX level or MIC level by the level switchon the right side of
thesocket. Generallyspeaking,AUXlevelistocoordinatetheinputsensitivityofelectricguitar
amplifier.
ANTENNAB
+8VDCOUT
2:HOT
3.COLD
MIC
Audio OutputConnection
AUX
LEVEL
CH4
CH3
CH2
CH1
REMOTE
DCIN(12~15V)
IndependentOutputs:Thereare fourbalanced output sockets forindividual outputs of
CH1~CH4. Allusebalanced(XLR) output sockets and theoutput sensitivities h a d b e e n p r e set t o m i c l e v e l t o coordinate the i n p u t level ofthemixer (MIC level aswell). (Figure 5
5.
(Fig.3)
Antenna Socket: Theantenna socketprovides 8 Volt DC power, whichenable you
topair with MIPRO'santennaboosterdirectly. When the connecting cable for the
antenna is more than 10 meter, it is recommended toinstall antenna booster to
make up thesignal loss caused by the cable a n d t o e n s u r e t h e sensitivity of
reception.
1. Install 2 separate antennas on theantennasockets(11), ( 20) on therear panel.
Illustrated in figure3.
2. Connectingthepowersupply:Whenusing AC power supply, attach the female end
o f t h e power cord to the receiver (22) and plug themale end to theAC power
outlet. Afterward, take the DC output cord from thepower module and pluginto
theDCinputsocket(21). Illustratedin figure 3.
1
2
3
1:GND
2:HOT +
3:COLD -
3. ACT-707 adapts switching power supply m odule. The switching power supplynot
only can be used whileconnected externally (figure 4), but also stock internally in
thestoragecase on the back o f thereceiver (figure 3).
(Fig.5)
External P o w e r Supply Unit
(Fig.6)
(Fig.7)
6.
To ensurebestreceptionpossible, receiver must be installed at least onemeter
above ground. In addition, the distance between transmitter and receiver must b e
7.
On the frontpanelofthereceiver,4openings arepre-drilled for instant installation
on the standard19-inchrackcase. (Shows infigure7)
InternalPowerSupplyAssembly
more than one meterandawayfromnoise. (Shows in figure 6)
(Fig.4)
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4.
3. INSTALLATION O F THE RECEIVER
1:GND
AFOUTPUT
MIXED
MixedOutput: Balancedoutput socket (XLR) must connect to thebalanced input socketofthe
mixer. This output socket generates themixedoutput of C h . 1 ~ C h . 4 a n d t h e o u t p u t
sensitivity can be adjusted toAUX level or MIC level by the level switchon the right side of
thesocket. Generallyspeaking,AUXlevelistocoordinatetheinputsensitivityofelectricguitar
amplifier.
ANTENNAB
+8VDCOUT
2:HOT
3.COLD
MIC
Audio OutputConnection
AUX
LEVEL
CH4
CH3
CH2
CH1
REMOTE
DCIN(12~15V)
IndependentOutputs:Thereare fourbalanced output sockets forindividual outputs of
CH1~CH4. Allusebalanced(XLR) output sockets and theoutput sensitivities h a d b e e n p r e set t o m i c l e v e l t o coordinate the i n p u t level ofthemixer (MIC level aswell). (Figure 5
5.
(Fig.3)
Antenna Socket: Theantenna socketprovides 8 Volt DC power, whichenable you
topair with MIPRO'santennaboosterdirectly. When the connecting cable for the
antenna is more than 10 meter, it is recommended toinstall antenna booster to
make up thesignal loss caused by the cable a n d t o e n s u r e t h e sensitivity of
reception.
1. Install 2 separate antennas on theantennasockets(11), ( 20) on therear panel.
Illustrated in figure3.
2. Connectingthepowersupply:Whenusing AC power supply, attach the female end
o f t h e power cord to the receiver (22) and plug themale end to theAC power
outlet. Afterward, take the DC output cord from thepower module and pluginto
theDCinputsocket(21). Illustratedin figure 3.
1
2
3
1:GND
2:HOT +
3:COLD -
3. ACT-707 adapts switching power supply m odule. The switching power supplynot
only can be used whileconnected externally (figure 4), but also stock internally in
thestoragecase on the back o f thereceiver (figure 3).
(Fig.5)
External P o w e r Supply Unit
(Fig.6)
(Fig.7)
6.
To ensurebestreceptionpossible, receiver must be installed at least onemeter
above ground. In addition, the distance between transmitter and receiver must b e
7.
On the frontpanelofthereceiver,4openings arepre-drilled for instant installation
on the standard19-inchrackcase. (Shows infigure7)
InternalPowerSupplyAssembly
more than one meterandawayfromnoise. (Shows in figure 6)
(Fig.4)
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4. HOW TO ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY A RECEIVER MODULE
5 . COMPUTERNETWORK INTERFACE OPERATION
1. When assembly the receiver module with the receiver, align the receiver module
with the insert slot in the receiverand push in gently following by the built-inguide
rail. Until the receiver module comes to a fully s t o p , t h e installationofthereceiver
1.
Except forACT-707MA receiver module,bothreceiver modules with LCD display
[ACT-707MB and ACT-707MC]havethemostadvancefunction of computer-
2.
WiringInstruction
module is completed. (Illustrated below)
2. When taking the receiver moduleapart from the receiver, have a Phillips-type
screwdriver available first. Insert t h e screwdriver in the indentationunderneath the
frontal frame of the receiver module and push out slightly to release the module
from the locking mechanism. Once the module is free from locking mechanism,
one can retrieve the module easily.
network-interfaced controlling system.
Connectthenetworkinterface remote connector (19) on the b a c k o f t h e r e c e i v e r t o t h e
interface converter (requiresatleast2linkingcablesforeachpairing). Then, useRS-232
cable connectsthe converter to the RS-232 COM PORT on the computer.
PC
TOPCKEYBOARDCONNECTOR
TOPCRS-232COMPORT
TOKEYBOARD CONNECTOR
CONVERTER
Wire(+)
Wire(-)
RX1
Align
RX2
RX3
Push
Pull
Wire(-)
Wire(+)
Pull
(Fig.8)
(Fig.9)
Removethedetachable connecting base from the REMOTE connector (19), and plug in the
leading wires [Wire (-) andWire (+)]. Use Phillips-type screwdriver torotate the screw and
tighten the wires. (Shows in figure 9.) Once completed, put t h e base back tothereceiver and
parallel connect with other receivers before finally connected to the converter.
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4. HOW TO ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY A RECEIVER MODULE
5 . COMPUTERNETWORK INTERFACE OPERATION
1. When assembly the receiver module with the receiver, align the receiver module
with the insert slot in the receiverand push in gently following by the built-inguide
rail. Until the receiver module comes to a fully s t o p , t h e installationofthereceiver
1.
Except forACT-707MA receiver module,bothreceiver modules with LCD display
[ACT-707MB and ACT-707MC]havethemostadvancefunction of computer-
2.
WiringInstruction
module is completed. (Illustrated below)
2. When taking the receiver moduleapart from the receiver, have a Phillips-type
screwdriver available first. Insert t h e screwdriver in the indentationunderneath the
frontal frame of the receiver module and push out slightly to release the module
from the locking mechanism. Once the module is free from locking mechanism,
one can retrieve the module easily.
network-interfaced controlling system.
Connectthenetworkinterface remote connector (19) on the b a c k o f t h e r e c e i v e r t o t h e
interface converter (requiresatleast2linkingcablesforeachpairing). Then, useRS-232
cable connectsthe converter to the RS-232 COM PORT on the computer.
PC
TOPCKEYBOARDCONNECTOR
TOPCRS-232COMPORT
TOKEYBOARD CONNECTOR
CONVERTER
Wire(+)
Wire(-)
RX1
Align
RX2
RX3
Push
Pull
Wire(-)
Wire(+)
Pull
(Fig.8)
(Fig.9)
Removethedetachable connecting base from the REMOTE connector (19), and plug in the
leading wires [Wire (-) andWire (+)]. Use Phillips-type screwdriver torotate the screw and
tighten the wires. (Shows in figure 9.) Once completed, put t h e base back tothereceiver and
parallel connect with other receivers before finally connected to the converter.
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③
This interface system adaptsparallel connection. Therefore, it takes only 2 linking wires to
complete t h e connection to the converter of the whole system.
6 . CAUTIONS
1.
RX1
TO PC RS-232 COMPORT
When the supply voltageis more than 15 volts, the systemwill suffer severe
internal damage. It is p r eferredthepower source is from a regulated power with
the minimum current of 3 A.
RX2
CONVERTER
RX3
When using D C p o wer supply, please beaware of theoperating voltage. Firstof
all, pleasemakesureminimumof 12 volts can beobtained for function properly.
However, the power supply should not exceeditsmaximumcapacity of 15 volts.
Wire(+)
2.
Use only MIPROstandardantenna to ensure the sensitivity of the receiver.
3.
Use only stereoinstead of mono headphone as the monitoring headphone.
4.
Antenna sockethas 8-volts DCpower supply; please do notshort thecircuit of
this part.
Wire(-)
(Fig.10)
④
This systemcanconnect up to 64receiver modules for simultaneous operation. Hence, if 4
receiver modules are installed ineachACT-707,this controlling system can operate up to
16 ACT-707 receivers.
⑤
Thoughlonger thedistance is, worse the stability will be; nevertheless,thenetwork
connecting cable can still operate while it is 300 meters long . However, it is our
recommendation to keep the cableunder 100 meters long t o e n s u r e high-speed
transmission.
⑥
8
Please refer to the LCD module's users manual for softwareoperation.
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ACT MULTI CHANNEL WIRELESS RECEIVER
③
This interface system adaptsparallel connection. Therefore, it takes only 2 linking wires to
complete t h e connection to the converter of the whole system.
6 . CAUTIONS
1.
RX1
TO PC RS-232 COMPORT
When the supply voltageis more than 15 volts, the systemwill suffer severe
internal damage. It is p r eferredthepower source is from a regulated power with
the minimum current of 3 A.
RX2
CONVERTER
RX3
When using D C p o wer supply, please beaware of theoperating voltage. Firstof
all, pleasemakesureminimumof 12 volts can beobtained for function properly.
However, the power supply should not exceeditsmaximumcapacity of 15 volts.
Wire(+)
2.
Use only MIPROstandardantenna to ensure the sensitivity of the receiver.
3.
Use only stereoinstead of mono headphone as the monitoring headphone.
4.
Antenna sockethas 8-volts DCpower supply; please do notshort thecircuit of
this part.
Wire(-)
(Fig.10)
④
This systemcanconnect up to 64receiver modules for simultaneous operation. Hence, if 4
receiver modules are installed ineachACT-707,this controlling system can operate up to
16 ACT-707 receivers.
⑤
Thoughlonger thedistance is, worse the stability will be; nevertheless,thenetwork
connecting cable can still operate while it is 300 meters long . However, it is our
recommendation to keep the cableunder 100 meters long t o e n s u r e high-speed
transmission.
⑥
8
Please refer to the LCD module's users manual for softwareoperation.
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ACT Series 4 Channels Wireless Receiver
Instruction Manual
ACT-707MA : LED DISPLAY
ACT-707MB : MONO LCD DISPLAY
Electronics Co., Ltd.
Headoffice:814,Pei-KangRoad,Chiayi,600,Taiwan.
ACT-707MC : COLORLCDDISPLAY
Taipeioffice:5,Lane118,Sung-tehRoad,Taipei,110, Taiwan.
Web-http://www.mipro.com.tw E-mail:mipro@mipro.com.tw
interstage
Phistersvej 31, 2900 Hellerup, Danmark
Telefon 3946 0000, fax 3946 0040
www.interstage.dk
- pro audio with a smile
2CE092