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VOICE PROJECTOR WITH WIRELESS POWERED SPEAKERS SW227
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or 847-498-9000
email:
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Whats in the Box?
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1. SW225 Voice Projector
2. S1204 Wireless Speaker
3. S1670 Wireless Transmitter with connecting cable
4. Two S1090 Tripods
5. Rolling Case
6. Wireless headset and lapel mic with transmitter
7. Computer Interface Cables
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Headset & lapel
w/ transmitter
stereo cable
projector cable
Made in USA
Thank you for choosing the SW227 Voice Projector
with Wireless Powered Speakers Kit from AmpliVox
Portable Sound Systems. Our system combines flexibility
with functionality. Please refer to this user guide as you
enjoy the unique capabilities of another quality product
from AmpliVox Portable Sound Systems. As always, you can
reach us at 800-267-5486, or at 847-489-9000, Monday Friday 8am - 6pm CST.
user guide
TABLE OF CONTENTS.......................................................... 1
battery installation / set up................................... 2
control panel layout.................................................. 3
wireless mic setup....................................................... 3
problem solving ........................................................... 4
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SW227
BATTERY installation / SET-UP:
Install Power supply in all componenets:
transmitter. insert one new 9 volt alkaline battery, observing polarity,
and replace the door.
important! Do not mix battery types or attempt to recharge alkaline
batteries. Equipment dammage, safety hazard or fire could result.
Remove batteries if the unit is not going to be used for long periods
of time to prevent leakage.
set-up wireless transmitter for the S1204-70 speaker:
PLEASE NOTE: YOU HAVE TWO SEPERATE TRANSMITTERS. ONE IS
FOR THE SPEAKER AND THE OTHER IS FOR THE MICROPHONE.
SW225 Wireless Voice Projector: Runs on AC power or battery power.
The battery carriage holds 10 D-cell alkaline batteries or our S1465
NiCad battery pack (requires S1460 AC adapter to recharge). Or run
on a 12 Volt DC adapter (automotive cigarette lighter plug-in, not
included).
SPEAKER = BEGINS WITH 169MIC = BEGINS WITH 171
Connect provided cable from the MIC INPUT JACK on the S1670
transmitter (labled 169) into the LINE OUT JACK (*see image on next
page) on the Amplifier on the SW225 Voice Projector. Turn SW225
Amplifier ON. Turn S1670 transmitter ON. Make sure frequencies
MATCH. Turn S1204-70 Speaker Amplifier ON. The red light should
illuminate.
S1204-70 Wireless Powered Speaker: Runs on AC power or battery
power. The battery carriage holds 10 D-cell alkaline batteries or our
S1465 NiCad battery pack (requires S1460 AC adapter to recharge).
Or run on a 12 Volt DC adapter (automotive cigarette lighter plug-in,
not included).
NOTE: If for any reason the S1670 transmitter frequency is changed
from its factory set position A please reset to A. The internal wireless
receiver is preset to A.
For both the 1204-70 and SW225: Loosen four thumbscrews and
remove battery door from back of speaker. Remove battery carriage.
Insert 10 D-cell alkaline batteries, observing polarity, or replace with
fully charged S1465 NiCad battery pack. Carefully replace the battery
carriage. Reposition battery door and fasten the thumbscrews.
NOTE: The frequencies used by the S1204-70 Speaker and the S1670
transmitter are not on clear channels adn may be used by other devices.
If the unit receives interference and if you are unable to use the S1670
transmitter, connect the LINE OUT on the SW225 Voice Projector to
the S1204-70 LINE IN using a 3.5mm miniplug cable. Turn the volume
control on the S1204-70 speaker completely down.
S1670 Transmitter Power Supply: Requires one 9-Volt battery or
a 9-Volt AC adapter (not supplied). Remove battery door on back of
transmitter. insert one new 9 volt alkaline battery, observing polarity,
and replace the door.
SW225 Wireless Mic Set up:
Plug headset or lapel microphone into transmitter labled with 171,
select A or B frequency, turn power switch ON. A red light should come
on. Turn SW225 on with the main power switch. When the power switch
is in the ON position, the red light will be on. Turn wireless receiver
power switch on and select matching frequency to the mic transmitter,
Lapel & Headset Mic Battery Installation: Requires one 9-Volt battery
or a 9-Volt AC adapter (not supplied). Remove battery door on back of
SW225 Voice Projector
s1204-70 WIRLESS POWERED SPEAKER
S1670
TRANSMITTER
WITH CABLE
HANDLE
AMPLIFIER
CONTROL
PANEL
BATTERY
DOOR PANEL
transmitter battery installation
RIBBON FOR
BATTERY REMOVAL
9V DC ALKALINE
BATTERY
BATTERY COVER
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PLEASE NOTE:
YOU HAVE TWO
SEPERATE
TRANSMITTERS
ONE IS FOR THE
SPEAKER AND THE
OTHER IS FOR THE
MICROPHONE.
HANDLE
SPEAKER = 169
MIC = 171
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AMPLIFIER
CONTROL
PANEL
BATTERY
DOOR PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
TRANSMITTER
FREQ PWR
MIC INPUT JACK
INTERNAL WIRELESS
MIC RECEIVER
A B OFF ON
MAIN POWER
SWITCH
POWER ON/OFF SWITCH
ON
DC IN
ON
POWER INPUT
either A or B. Both the microphone transmitter and the amplifier have
to be on the same frequency for the wireless mic to work proplerly. If
you encounter interference, switch frequencies. Rotate VOLUME control
knob on the amplifier to obtain desired loudness level throughout the
coverage area.
EXTEND YOUR
VOICE WITH
AUX OUT
AUX OUT
VOLUME
“A” Channel
“B” Channel
T6: 171.105 MHz T7: 171.845
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CONDENSER 1
3
DYNAMIC
WIRELESS
AUXILIARY VOLUME
wireless mic set up
The frequency appears on the back of each unit. Both transmitter and
receiver must have the same, and both units must be set to either “A” or
“B.” Note that two transmitters on the same frequency will not work with
one receiver. However two or more receivers will work with the same
transmitter. Before use, make certain you understand the function and
operation of the system.
main POWER switch
The MAIN POWER switch is located on the control panel. Flip the rocker
switch to the ON position. The red light next to the switch will light up
showing that the power is on.
VOLUME
LINE IN
TONE CONTROL
LINE IN
AUXILIARY
The VHF wireless microphone system is compact, lightweight and
compatible with all AmpliVox VHF wireless systems. The wireless mic MICROPHONE INPUTS
operates in an authorized VHF band and has a useful range of up to
200-ft. in line-of-sight applications. Each system operates on two crystalcontrolled, switch selectable frequencies for clear clean transmission.
MICROPHONE
MASTER VOLUME
The microphone has an ON/OFF switch. it should always be in the OFF
position until the main power is ON and you are ready to speak.
TONE
DC INPUT
Connection for an optional external power adapter.
AUX OUT
Power source for 12 to 15V DC accessories.
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SPEAKERS
LINE OUT
OUTPUT
SPEAKER JACK
LINE OUT
**CONNECT S1670
HERE
SPEAKER JACK
AMPLIVOX
CHANNEL SELECTOR SWITCH
OFF
ON
POWER
POWER ON INDICATOR
INTERNAL
WIRELESS
RECEIVER
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MASTER VOLUME
Controls the volume level of the microphones, including the wireless
OUTPUT
microphones.
The LINE OUT provision may be used for connecting to an input on
MICROPHONE INPUTS
a recording device, such as a computer sound card, MP3 recorder,
There are three microphone inputs, which can be used simultaneously: tape recorder, or similar device. The LINE OUT can also be used for a
number of other applications, such as connecting to a house system, or
DYNAMIC - for standard dynamic microphones, 1/4 in.
connecting to one of our wireless speaker transmitters, for example.
CONDENSER - for electret or condenser microphones, which require
EXTERNAL SPEAKERS
phantom power (supplied from the amplifier) 3.5 mm
Two separately amplified speaker jacks allow you to use one or two
WIRELESS - accepts output from an external wireless microphone S1201, S1290, or any of our horn speakers for additional sound power.
receiver
Note: when using a stereo AUX source with
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AUXILIARY
a single speaker, only one of the stereo
The LINE IN provision is for connecting an external audio source such channels will be heard. However, all MIC call 800-267-5486
as a CD player, tape player, MP3 player or computer sound card This inputs are heard equally on both channels.
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input also serves as a provision for connecting additional wireless
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Separate VOLUME and TONE control knobs allow flexibility in controlling Please note that wireless frequencies are
the sound quality as well as balancing the auxiliary source with the shared with other radio services. According
to the Federal Communications Commission
microphones.
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regulations, “Wireless microphone operations are unprotected
from interference from other licensed operations in the band. If any
interference is received by any Government or non-Government
operation, the wireless microphone must cease operation…” If you need
assistance with operation of frequency selection, please contact your
dealer or AmpliVox. Additionally There are models available for use in
Canada.
BELT CLIP
A detachable belt clip is included for convenience. Slide the tapered
end of the belt clip into the grooved area located on the back of the unit
until it clicks into place.
PROBLEM SOLVING
FEEDBACK is the howl or screech often heard in sound reinforcement
systems. It is caused by sound from the loudspeaker returning to the
microphone. AmpliVox systems utilize proven acoustical principles
The transmitter and receiver are each operated by a 9V alkaline battery. to minimize this; however, there is no way to completely eliminate
Before use, install a battery as shown. Make certain the battery is fully feedback under conditions of high amplification. If feedback occurs
seated in its compartment so the cover slides in place easily. Battery life check the following:
with alkaline batteries is approximately 8 hours of operating time. The
receiver also features an external jack for connecting a 9V DC power 1. User’s hand covering the head of the microphone. (Hold microphone
under head slots.)
supply (not included).
POWER SOURCE
2. Sound can easily re-enter microphone. Keep loudspeaker turned
toward audience. Note: sound can be reflected from a hard surface
If there is a “dead spot” in a room, try a slight change of position or try back through the microphone. (Turn speaker.)
changing frequencies. Each unit provides two selectable transmitting
3. User holding microphone in a reflecting position. (Turn microphone.)
frequencies.
TRANSMITTER OPERATION
1) Switch the Frequency Selector Switch to the desired channel 4. Volume setting too high. (Reduce microphone channel volume;
compensate by speaking louder or closer to the microphone.)
(A or B).
2) Belt clip on the back of the unit clips the transmitter onto a belt or
the transmitter simply can be put into a pocket.
3) Plug the microphone into the Mic Input Jack.
4) The microphone can be clipped to a necktie or other clothing, using
the supplied clip.
5) Slide the power ON/OFF switch to the ON position (the LED indicator
light will illuminate).
HELPFUL HINTS
A) If the selected channel is noisy, switch both the transmitter and
receiver to the other channel.
C) Low ceiling fluorescent lighting, overhead telephone lines, or close
proximity to metal fences can all cause static. If this occurs, try a slight
change of position and/or try changing frequencies.
D) When the battery voltage drops below 6V, the LED indicator will go
out. This means you need a new battery.
E) Be sure to turn off the power whenever the units are not in use, and
remove the batteries if the units will be out of service for a long time.
F) Cellular telephones cause interference with the wireless mic. Please
ask your audience to turn off their cell phones.
NOTE: There are no user-adjustable parts inside the transmitter or
receiver Do not attempt to open or make any adjustments
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