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Challenger 1000 Operation Manual
Maintenance-free Lead Acid battery
Congratulation and thank you for the purchase of this all-in-one portable sound system. To
ensure a trouble-free operation, please read the manual thoroughly to fully understand its
controls and functions.
Guidelines for maintenance-free Batteries:
1. Battery should operate at temperatures between 15°C ~ 50°C. To ensure a longer life span, it
should be kept between 5°C ~ 35°C. For optimum result, 20°C ~ 25°C will be ideal. When
temperature falls 15 degrees below zero, battery will undergo some changes in its chemical
contents and therefore cannot be recharged. Operating the battery at higher temperature will
result in higher capacity but shorter lifespan, whereas lower temperatures operation has a
longer lifespan but less capacity.
2. If the battery is not recharged 72 hrs after it is completely used, it will be permanently damaged.
3. When the battery is being charged, the internal gases will be electrolyzed into water at the
negative charge, maintaining the battery’s storage abilities with no water added. However,
erosion at the charged ends of the battery will cause poor performance.
4. The battery’s cycle lifespan ( no. of charge and discharge cycle ) is determined by the degree at
which power is dissipated., especially the degree of discharged each time it is used and the
recovery charging method. For normal use, the battery can be used for longer hours when less
power is dissipated each time and vice versa. At 25°C, maintenance-free batteries could be
charged 150 ~ 200 times at 100% discharge each time.
5. Decrease in capacity, internal short circuit, deformation in appearance, erosion of charged ends
and decrease in open circuit voltage are symbols indicating battery is approaching the end of its
life cycle.
6. When two batteries are used in parallel connection, the resistance of the cables should be kept
equal.
Followings are various Challenger 1000 variants :
1. Challenger 1000 portable sound system only.( Fig. 1 )
2. Challenger 1000 with CD / USB Player.( Fig.2 )
3. Challenger 1000 with Tape Deck.( Fig.3 )
4. Challenger 1000 with CD / USB Player & Digital Recorder.( Fig.4 )
All the above versions, except Fig.3, can be installed with up to 4 receiver modules, among
which one can be transmitter module.
The wireless receiver/transmitter module can be in either UHF or VHF band and is a PLL
synthesized type with 16 preset frequencies.
Configuration :
All versions of Challenger 1000 series come equipped with the following :
1. AC power cord.
2. 1~4 or no wireless receiver/transmitter module(s).
3. 1~4 transmitters, either handheld or bodypack transmitter ( except version with no
module installed ).
Optional accessories :
1. Weather proof dust cover.
2. Tripod stand
3. Companion powered speaker ( Slave speaker ).( Fig. 5 )
4. Companion passive speaker C-SP.( Fig. 6 )
5. Wired microphone.
Remark: Manufacturer reserves the rights to change the above combinations without
prior notice.
Properties of the Lead Acid Battery:
1. Has no memory effect. Can be charged at anytime, even when the recharge indication light is
not on.
2 .Performance and efficiency are affected by changes in the environment, especially temperature
and humidity. (Best operated between 20°C ~ 25°C)
3. Battery discharge naturally according to a certain pattern even not in use. For best performance
and a prolonged lifespan, it should be recharged every month even when not in use.
4. Under normal circumstances, battery could last for about a year.
5. When the battery’s life expires, possible indicators include internal short-circuit, decrease in
capacity, deformation in appearance, erosion of charged ends and decrease in operating
voltage.
User’s Precautions:
1. For first-time use, charge the battery for 10 hrs until it is fully charged.
2. To maintain performance and lifespan, if product has not been used for 3 months after the
initial shipment, please fully charge the battery.
3. Before each use, it’s advisable to charge the battery to its full capacity.
4. The average lifespan of the battery is one year. The user is advised to change the battery after
one year of use.
5. The current consumption is in direct ratio with load current. The more current consumption, the
less the operation time.
6. SMART and FOCUS operate on one 12V/2.9AH battery. ADVENTURE, CHALLENGER, and
VICTORY operate on two 12V/5AH batteries.
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Operation of wireless microphones
Chiayo Transmitters and Receivers have factory preset to allow immediate use after switchon.
Challenger 1000 ( Master )
( Basic configuration )
However, please note that the transmitter Sensitivity function is dependent on application
such
as close proximity singing or tripod mouth speech. To avoid over-modulation and distortion,
please check whether the preset sensitivity level is suitable for your particular application. For
close proximity singing purposes, please select the lowest sensitivity level whereas for tripod
mount speech purposes, please select a higher sensitivity level.
If you have made changes to the setting, after making proper selection on Transmitter and
Receiver settings the system is ready for operation. However, both antennas of the receiver
must be installed to assure a good reception.
A,B&D. Receiver modules
C. Transmitter module
Caution and tips on how to obtain the best results.
1. Before making any channel change on transmitters, please switch off the power supply.
The
synthesized program works in such a way that a change of channel will only take place after
a power off and on action. Otherwise, the previously selected frequency will stay
unchanged.
2.After making a channel change, please make sure that the corresponding change is made
on the matching receiver as well. To be exact, changes MUST be made at both the
transmitter and receiver.
3.The audio cable of VHF transmitters also serve as antenna. The length of the cable is cut
according to the specific frequency range. Do not alter the length or mix around the
cable of different transmitters. The use of wrong audio cable will affect the antenna
efficiency of the transmitter!
4.Position the receiver such that it has the least possible obstructions between it and the
transmitter. Line of sight is best !
5.The transmitter and the receiver should be as close as possible but not less than 1m.
6.A receiver cannot receive signals from two or more transmitters simultaneously.
7.Turn the transmitter off when it is not in use. Remove the batteries if it is not to be
used for a period of time.
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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.
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FCC Caution
To assure continued compliance, any changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could avoid the user's authority
to operate this equipment. (Example - use only shielded interface cables when
connecting to computer or peripheral devices.
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1. MIC IN.
2. LINE-IN VOL.
3. TAPE CONTROL
4. BASS
5. TREBLE
6. MASTER VOL.
7. MIC IN
8. LINE IN / OUT
9. VOICE PRIORITY
10. ACTIVE OUT ( MASTER OUT )
11. BATTERY LOW LED
12. CHARGING INDICATOR
13. FUSE
14. 24~32V DC-IN
15. AC-IN
16. POWER
17. EXT.SP
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AC IN~
90~260 VAC(150W)
47~63Hz 5A Max
Fig. 1
2
Making changes to various settings in GMW-216
Challenger 1000 ( Master )
(CD / USB Player version )
1. Changing CHANNEL / FREQUENCY:
Use UP or DOWN button to go to the CHANNEL / FREQUENCY page.
The cursor will flash to allow changes to be made. Pressing UP or DOWN button will
increase or decrease the channel number. The corresponding frequency will change
accordingly. When a desired channel(frequency) is being selected, it will be automatically
saved and stored in the memory.
Remark : When changing transmitter frequencies, user should take care not to
cause interference to other channels / users.
1. LCD DISPLAY
2. PLAY/PAUSE
3. STOP
4. SKIP
5. EJECT
6. CD SELECTOR
7. USB SELECTOR
8. FOLDER SKIP
9. IR LED
10. USB INPUT
11. POWER/VOL.
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CD player
remote control.
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2. Changing Battery selection:
Use UP or DOWN button to go to the Battery selection page.
Press SET for about 2 seconds to activate the cursor. Press UP or DOWN button to move
the cursor to either NiMH ( rechargeable battery ) or AKLN ( Alkaline battery ) position.
When the desired option has been selected, press SET for about 2 seconds to save and
store the data in the memory.
Remark : Do not connect the adaptor when AKLN batteries are being used.
Wrong selection of battery will cause battery sensing electronics to display
wrong information and mislead charging status.
Application
GMW-216 is compatible with any of CHIAYO's UHF 16-channel receivers and portable PA
system whichever is equipped with built-in 16/100- channel wireless receiver module.
Besides handheld and beltpack types, it is another stylish hands free alternative.
AC IN~
90~260 VAC(150W)
47~63Hz 5A Max
Fig. 2
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Gooseneck Transmitter GMW-216(UHF)
Challenger 1000 ( Master )
(Tape Deck Version )
1. Gooseneck microphone input
2. LCD display
3. UP button
4. DOWN button
5. SET button
6. TALK button: Push to talk, for short speaking.
7. LOCK button: Switch of long/temporary speaking.
8. POWER on/off LED
9. POWER on/off switch
10. Gain control: User can rotate the knob until a desired acoustic quality
is reached.
11. Audio output connector.
12. DC in/charging port
13. Battery compartment
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Standard Configuration
1. GN-43 Gooseneck microphone (43cm) + base
2. 3V DC/500mA charging adaptor
Optional Items
1. NiMH battery (1.2V / 2600 mAH)
2. GN-30 gooseneck microphone (30cm)
a. EJECT KEY
b. COUNTER
c. VARIABLE SPEED CONTROL
d. AUTO REVERSE INDICATOR
e. SINGLE REVERSE INDICATOR
f. SINGLE SIDE INDICATOR
g. MODE SELECTOR
h. FAST FORWARD
i. FORWARD PLAY
j. STOP
k. REVERSE PLAY
l. FAST REVERSE
m. REC
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AC IN~
90~260 VAC(150W)
47~63Hz 5A Max
Fig. 3
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Challenger 1000 ( Master )
(CD / USB Player & Digital Recorder version )
Beltpack Transmitter SM-316(VHF)
Battery installation
SM-316 use a 9V battery. To
insert the battery, first open the battery
compartment cover by pressing the
cover downward till the door flips open
by itself (see below picture). When
installing the battery, please beware of
correct polarity. To put back the cover of
the battery compartment, one has to
press the cover in upward direction until
it is locked.
Antenna(SM-916)
Battery status
Indic ator
Power swit ch
Cable
restrain t
Audio in put
Connector
Battery
Compartment
Mik e clip
Capsuale
a. POWER
b. LCD DISPLAY
c. EAR
d. USB
e. SD CARD SLOT
f. LINE▲▼
g. EQ
h. REPEAT
i. REWIND
j. FORWARD
k. REC
l. STOP
m. MODE.
n. PLAY ll
o. MIC VOL
p. MIC IN
q. VOL
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AC IN~
90~260 VAC(150W)
47~63Hz 5A Max
Fig. 4
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Fig.1
Channel selection and gain adjust
Channel selector and gain adjust are hidden in the designated cover of the front as
illustrated. To make channel selection and gain adjust, please press the designated
cover and flip it open as illustrated.
Channel selection can be made by
rotating the selector with a small
screw driver.
Gain adjust for Lavalier and Headset
microphones can be done by adjusting
the MT switch, whereas GT switch is
for the gain adjust of electric Guitar
and other high- impedance line level
inputs.
MT
Channel
Selector
GT
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Beltpack Transmitter SM-816(UHF) / SM-216(VHF)
Challenger Slave
The Challenger Slave is an active ( powered ) speaker unit with built-in switching
power supply as well as rechargeable batteries, complete with similar charging
circuit as that of the Challenger 1000 Master unit. It is an extended and indispensable member of the Challenger Audio Link system.
Battery installation
This transmitter uses 3 pieces of " AA " size
batteries (Alkaline battery is recommended ). To
install or remove the batteries, press the release
buttons at the edges of the transmitter to open or
close the cover as illustrated ( Fig.1 ).
Fig.1
Beltclip installation
This specially designed detachable beltclip
allows the user to wear the transmitter with
antenna pointing upward or downward as
illustrated. To wear the transmitter with the
transmitter pointing upward, install the belt-clip
as in Fig.2. To wear the transmitter with the
antenna pointing downward, please install the
belt-clip as in Fig.3.
Chargi ng point s
Fig.2
Channel selection and gain adjust
Channel selector and gain adjust are hidden
in the designated cover of the front as
illustrated.
To make channel selection and gain adjust,
please press the designated cover and flip it
open as illustrated. Channel selection can be
made by rotating the selector with a small
screw driver.
A. Slot for receiver module
B. slot for receiver/transmitter module
Chargi ng point s
Fig.3
11. SPEAKER OUT (SWITCHED)
12. SPEAKER OUT
13. 24-32V DC INPUT
14. FUSE
15. BATTERY LOW INDICATOR
16. BATTERY STATUS INDICATOR
17. AC INPUT
18. CHARGING INDICATOR
19. SLAVE IN
20. SLAVE OUT
21. SLAVE VOL.
MT
Channel
Selector
GT
Gain adjust for Lavalier and Headset
microphones can be done by adjusting the
MT switch, whereas GT switch is for the gain
adjust of electric Guitar and other highimpedance line level inputs.
Fig. 5
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Challenger Speaker ( C-SP )
UHF Beltpack Transmitter SM-1016
The Challenger Speaker is a passive companion speaker for the Challenger 1000 series.
It is for connection to the switched or unswitched speaker outs of the Challenger 1000 ( Master )
or the Challenger Slave units. Parts and functions
1. Antenna
2. Battery low indicator
3. Power on/off
4. Mini XLR connector
5. Cover-release button
6. Battery compartment
7. Charging contacts
8. Lavalier microphone
9. Mic clip
10. Channel selector
11. GT control
12. MT control
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Battery Installation
22. SPEAKER IN
23. SPEAKER OUT
SM-1016 uses 2 pieces of " AA " size batteries (Alkaline battery is recommended ).
To install or remove the batteries, press the release buttons(5) at the edges of the
transmitter to open or close the cover.
Please remove the batteries if SM-1016 is going to be unused for over a couple of days.
Just place them back to the compartment when you are using it next time.
Channel selection and gain adjust
Channel selector and gain adjust are hidden in the battery compartment.
Channel selection can be made by rotating the selector with a small screw driver.
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Fig. 6
Gain adjust for Lavalier and Headset microphones can be done by adjusting the MT switch,
whereas GT switch is for the gain adjust of electric Guitar and other high-impedance line
level inputs.
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Operating procedures
After unpacking the unit for the first time, please charge the unit for about 4-5 hours before
any operation. This is absolutely necessary as the built-in rechargeable battery might have
been discharged naturally due to long shipment and storage time, even though it has been
fully charged in the factory prior to shipment.
To operate this portable sound unit, switch on the main POWER switch, the GREEN LED
above it will glow. However, if the RED LED also glows at the same time, it means the battery
is getting weak and a recharge of the battery is necessary.
The main POWER switch does NOT switch on the Wireless receiver module and Tape/CD
Player/Digital Recorder as each of them has dedicated Power / Volume control switch on its
panel. To operate each of them, you must switch them on accordingly.
Operating the dynamic wired microphone.
To use a cable microphone, simply plug it into any MIC IN socket. The mic sockett accepts
both phone and Cannon jack. Rotate the dedicated volume control knob and master volume
control, amplified sound could be heard from the speaker when voice is spoken into the cable
microphone.
When a full range high fidelity sound is emphasized, the mode selector (3) should be put to
MUSIC. For vocal frequencies where better clarity and projection is emphasized, put the
mode selector to SPEECH and this will produce more mid-range frequency.
Operating the Wireless Microphone System.
To operate the wireless system, just switch on the power/volume control on the module panel
and the matching transmitter. Please have the channel setting on both the transmitter and
receiver module be the same before operation. Please as well make sure that master volume
control is set to minimum level before turning the unit on, especially working on a wireless
version! Set the Master volume control to the mid position. Rotate the volume control knob on
receiver panel clockwise to the desired levels. When voice is spoken into the microphone,
amplified sound should be heard over the built-in speaker.
SDR-6216m/SDR-6116m receiver modules
1
2
UHF SDR-6216m
TRUE DIVERSITY RECEIVER
PWR/Min
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5
6
Max
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Channel Indicator
Power switch/volume control
Channel Selector
Transmitter battery weak indicator
Diversity A/B Indicator
SCAN
Squelch control
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First turn on the Power of the main unit. Then turn on the individual power of the SDR-6216m/
SDR-6116m receiver module. Select a desired channel by pressing the ? or ? button and the
corresponding channel on the Transmitter.
UHF Beltpack Transmitter SM-5016
Parts & Functions
When transmitter is turned on, either A or B diversity indicator will flash to indicate that signal
has been received. Turning the volume control in clockwise direction can increase the audio
output. Once the power volume on the transmitter is too low, the LED indicator (4) on this panel
grow will grow to remind.
Frequency scanning
It is the automatic scan function key. To perform the scan function, the transmitter must be
switched off. Once the key is being pressed, the unit will do an auto scan and the next clean
channel will be displayed. Change the transmitter channel setting to this setting for an
interference- free operation.
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Squelch(SQ) setting
When a channel is in use and undesired interference signal is received, turn the SQ in clockwise
direction to make the receiver less sensitive and thus less susceptible to interference. If this still
does not solve the problem, it means this frequency is not applicable at current position. Please
switch over to the next channel.
Antenna
Battery weak / audio mute indicator
Audio mute switch
Mini-XLR connector
Power ON / OFF switch
LCD display
Charging port
Cover release button
Charging contacts
Lavalier microphone
Mic clip
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SDR-216M receiver module
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SDR-216M
VHF PLL TRUE DIVERSITY RECEIVER
PWR/Min
2
3
4
5
Max
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1516
Power switch/volume control
Channel selector
Diversity A/B Indicator
Power-on LED
TEST
Squelch control
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First turn on the Power of the main unit. Then turn on the individual power of the SDR-216M
receiver module. Select a desired channel by pressing the ? or ? button and the
corresponding channel on the Transmitter.
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15
16
SET
UP
DOWN
GT
MT
Battery installation
SM-5016 uses 2 pieces of " AA " size batteries (Alkaline battery is recommended ). To
install or remove the batteries, press the release buttons at the edges of the transmitter to
open or close the cover as illustrated below.
Switch on the corresponding transmitter. RF or Diversity indicator A or B will light up when
both are of the same channel. The movement of the transmitter causes diversity indicator A
or B to light up alternately. When both transmitter and receiver are on, speak into the
microphone and rotate the separate volume control and main unit volume control, amplified
sound could be heard from the speaker.
Squelch(SQ)setting
When interference occurs, turning the SQ switch in clockwise direction can make it diminish
or disappear completely.
Frequency testing
However if interference noise persists even though SQ is at max. position, then switch to
another channel and press the TEST button. When neither RF A nor B indicator light up,
then this particular channel is considered clean. The corresponding transmitter channel
setting must also be changed accordingly to match the receiver selection.
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VHF Handheld Transmitter SQ-316
RP-6016 Transmitter module
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2
R E P E A T E R
Parts & functions
1. Capsule with metal grille
2. Battery indicator
3. Sensitivity switch
4. Power on/off switch
5. Battery cover
7. Color cap
Battery installation
SQ-316 use a 9V battery for power. To change or replace the battery, please remove the
color cap first, then press the bottom of battery compartment to release the cover as
shown below.
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4
5
6
1. Channel indicator
2. Antenna socket(TNC type)
3. Channel selectors: Press ▲(
up)▼(down) to increase/decrease channel number. Please
select a non-interfering frequency channel to those used in the receiver modules.
4. Power on/off
5. Audio sensitivity: Clockwise to increase its sensitivity level and anticlockwise to reduce.
6. Output power switch. L for LOW output power and H for high output power. LOW output
power will reduce the RF transmission distance and HIGH output power will extend the
possible RF transmission distance.
However, if RP-6016m is installed in portable amplifiers, HIGH output power will reduce
more operation time than LOW output power since it requires more power for longer RF
transmission.
Operation of system with CD / USB Player.
Pre
ss
This operation is valid for version of Challenger 1000 with built-in " CD / USB Player" To operate,
push the Power/Vol button to turn on the player. The LCD panel on the player will be lighted up
and normal operation is ready. To insert a CD, just push it into the CD slot and the mechanism
will suck it in automatically.
Rotate the volume control knob to adjust the volume of the player. For Bass and Treble setting,
adjust the individual Bass and Treble controls.
Sensitivity switch
This microphone has a sensitivity switch, For close mouth singing or normal speech, please
put the switch to L ( Low ) position. For tripod-mount speech, please put the switch to N
( Normal ) position.
For more details, please refer to the instruction on " CD / USB Player" controls and functions.
Operation of system with Digital Recorder.
This operation is valid for version of Challenger 1000 with built-in " Digital Recorder "
To operate, first turn on the Master power switch and then press the designated power button
of this module. The LCD display will be lighted up and Volume setting can be done by rotating
the knob. For Bass and Treble setting, adjust the designated controls respectively.
L
N
L
Low Sensitivity
N
For more details, please refer to the instruction of " Digital Recorder " controls and functions.
Normal Sensitivity
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Operation of system with Tape Deck.
Handheld Transmitter SQ-816(UHF) / SQ-216(VHF)
This operation is valid for version of Challenger 1000 with built-in " Tape Deck ".Rotate the
volume control knob of the TAPE / CD control to adjust the volume of the Tape deck. For
Bass and Treble setting, adjust the designated controls respectively.
For more details, please refer to the instruction of " Tape Deck " Controls and functions.
Parts & functions
Voice Priority ( Ducking ) operation
Voice Priority operation is only necessary when Cassette tape or CD is playing. When the
Voice Priority switch ( 9 ) is put to ON position, the ducking function will be activated. While
the music is playing, a voice input from either a Wired or Wireless Microphone will temporary
override and turn down the volume of the background music and voice could be heard
clearly.
Background music will return to its original setting when no audio input is entering the
microphone for a certain time. However, if the microphone is not switch off, the reentering
of music into the microphone will also activate the voice priority function. So, Voice
priority is best operated using microphones with on / off switch.
However, in an aerobic operation, Voice Priority should NOT be activated !
Wired Audio Link
MASTER
1. Capsule with metal grille
2. Battery normal indicator (Green)
3. Battery low indicator (Red)
4. Power on/off switch
5. Channel switch
6. Charging port
SLAVE
Battery installation
SLAVE
SLAVE
Wir ed Audio Lin k Connectio n
SLAVE
SQ-816/SQ-216 transmitter requires 3 pieces of " AA " size battery to operate.
Please insert the batteries according to the correct polarity as indicated. To open the
battery compartment, press and slide down the cover until it clicks and locks. Further
sliding movement will remove the cover.
SLAVE
SLAVE
The Challenger 1000 could be operated as MASTER only. The Challenger Slave can only be
operated as SLAVE.
In order to operate Audio Link, you must have a Challenger 1000 unit that operates as a
MASTER. Only one unit is allowed to act as MASTER and the other(s) MUST operate as
SLAVE(s). A MASTER unit is capable of connecting up to about 20 SLAVE units.
To operate Audio Link, connect the Active Out ( 10 ) of the MASTER to the Audio Link IN
( 19 ) of the 1st SLAVE unit. The Out ( 20 ) of this SLAVE should be connected to the IN jack
( 19 ) of the 2nd SLAVE unit. Similar connection shall continue as such for the following
SLAVE units.
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UHF HANDHELD MICROPHONE SQ-1016
Parts and functions
1. Mic capsule module
2. Battery low indicator
3. Power on/off
4. Channel selector
5. Battery compartment
6. Charging port
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Volume Control ( 6 ) for MASTER or ( 21 ) for SLAVE.
When used on the MASTER, it controls the MASTER as well as all the SLAVE units.
When used on the SLAVE unit, it only controls that particular SLAVE unit volume.
Maximum number of SLAVE units to be connected with a MASTER is about 20.
Wireless Audio Link
Different from Wired Audio Link, with new SLAVE's capability of installation of receiver
and transmitter modules it eliminates all cable connection and largely extends the number
limit of SLAVEs.
One Master + several SLAVEs (with receiver and transmitter modules built in) : For crowds
of over 3000.
Application: For crowds of 1000 to 2000,
ex.speeches or forums.
Configuration: One Master + several SLAVEs
(with receiver module built in)
R1
T2
R2
T1
Changing mic capsule & Battery installation
First unscrew the metal grill from the housing, take out the capsule and then replace it with a
new one. Either dynamic or condenser type can be chosen to fit your requirement for any
application.
R2
Application: For crowds of over ex.stadiums.
Configuration: One Master + several SLAVEs
(with receiver and transmitter module built in)
SQ-1016 uses 2 pieces of " AA " size batteries (Alkaline battery is recommended ).
To install or remove the batteries, rotate its battery compartment from the housing and then
place the batteries into it according to correct polarity.
Please remove the batteries if SQ-1016 is going to be unused for over a couple of days.
Just place them back to the compartment when you are using it next time.
R4
section 2
T7
R6
section 2
T6
R2
section 1
section 4
PLATFORM
T2
R1
T:Transmitter R: Receiver Channel:1,2,3,...
T1 matches R1, T2 matches R2, T3 matches R3, T4...
Changing channels
Channel selection can be made by rotating the selector(4) with a small screw driver. User can
easily tell which channel has been chosen by referring to the number above the selector.
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R7
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T1
section 5
T4
R3
section 6
T3
R2
Battery Charging
Internally, the Challenger 1000 contains 2 pcs of 12V / 5AH maintenance free lead
acid battery, which has no memory effect.
When the batteries are weak, the power indicator ( 11) LED will keep lighted still. To
charge the batteries, simply plug in the AC power supply, the charging process will start
automatically. While charging, the charging indicator ( 12 ) will flash GREEN.
When batteries are fully charged, the charging indicator ( 12 ) will keep lighted GREEN.
External s peaker ( 17 )
For audio output connection to another speaker system.
Replacement of the covers of receiver module
To identify different matches of receiver and transmitter, there are 4 extra sets of button
covers with different colors available for replacement.
STEP 1: Adjust the PWR/VOL knob to OFF position. After the
replacement is completed, just put it back accordingly.
STEP 2: Screw off the panel.
STEP 3: Separate the panel and the board as demonstrated.
STEP 4: Use clamps to hold the button and remove the cover.
STEP 5: Repeat STEP 4 to remove the other 2 covers. When
the replacement is complete, please assemble the module
reversely.
REMARK:
This procedure is strongly recommended to be operated by
technician of importer or dealer.
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UHF Handheld Transmitter SQ-5016
Operating the Tape Deck
Parts and functions
To begin operation switch on the TAPE Power after the main power of Challenger 1000 has
been turned on.
Keys
7. Lock / Unlock
8. Set
9. Up
10. Down
11. Charging port
12. Name plate
1. Microphone capsule module
2. Battery status LED
3. ON/OFF switch
4. LCD
5. Battery compartment
6. Rotating protective cap for controls
(also serves as color identification cap)
FF Fast Forward
FP Forward Play
Stop
RP Reverse Play
FR Fast Reverse
Record
Mode selector
Changing of capsule
First unscrew the metal grill from the housing and take out the capsule to be replaced. Then
insert a new capsule. Either dynamic or condenser type can be chosen from location to location.
Speed Control
Eject
Functions
Press this key for fast forward .
Press this key for play in forward direction.
Press this key to stop the tape.
Press this key for play in reverse direction.
Press this key for fast reverse.
Press this key together with FP or RP key for recording.
This key is pressed to select one of the following three modes.
Active in Forward nor Reverse direction, the cassette tape will
play to the end and stop automatically. This mode may be used
for Record and Play.
The cassette tape will play to the end, stop, reverse direction to
the end of the second side and stop. This mode may be used for
Record and Play.
This mode provides continuous " Play " operation. It is not operable
in Record mode, however, it will record one complete cycle if the
recording is begun in the Forward direction.
Normal tape speed at center position. Clockwise direction increases
tape speed. Counter-clockwise direction reduces tape speed.
This key is pressed for ejecting the tape.
Rotate the volume control knob ( 8 ) of the TAPE control panel to adjust the volume of
the Cassette deck. For Bass and Treble setting, adjust "TREBLE"( 9 ) and "BASS"( 10 )
knobs.
Battery installation
SQ-5016 microphone requires 2 pieces of " AA " size batteries to
operate. Please insert the batteries according to the correct polarity
as indicated.
Caution
Many batteries are known to have leakage problem of conductive and corrosive liquid. Please
observe the rule to remove the batteries if they are not to be used for a longer period.
Due to various unstandardized sizes ( diameters ) of " AA " batteries, this battery compartment
is designed to accommodate the most common Alkaline batteries only.
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Operating the CD / USB Player
Front remotable is an unique feature of Challenger 1000. User can easily control this CD
player by clicking its remote from both front and rear Challenger 1000.
To begin operation switch on the CD Power after the main power of Challenger 1000 has been
turned on.
Keys
Functions
Panel Remote
When this key is pushed during CD stop, play will start after track search.
When this key is pushed during CD is playing, then it is changed to pause.
When this key is pushed during CD is pausing, then it is changed to play.
When CD is not stop, if this key is pushed then CD will stop.
STOP
When press this key will change to cd-mp3 mode.
CD
When press this key will changed to USB mode.
USB
In stop mode:
Change the starting play track(file) during stop mode, cyclic to the first track,
if it is in the last track.
SKIP+
In program entry mode:
UP/CUE
Change to the next track(file) for program select .
In play mode, pause mode, program play mode, random play mode:
Single pressed, skip the playing track(file) to next track(file) for normal
play/pause mode, to next program index track(file) for program play/pause
mode, to next random track(file) for random play /pause mode.
Continue pressed , fast forward during play/pause when pressed more
than 0.7sec.
In stop mode:
Change the starting play track (file) during stop mode, cyclic to the last track,
if it is in the first track.
SKIPDONW/REV In program Entry mode:
Change to the previous track (file) for program select.
In play mode, pause mode, program play mode:
Single pressed, skip the playing track (file) to precious track(file) for normal
play/pause mode, to previous program index track(file) for program
play/pause mode.
Continue pressed, fast reverse during play/pause when pressed more
than 0.7sec.
FOLDER-UP In stop mode:
Skip the starting play folder to next folder during stop mode, cyclic to the
first folder if it is in the last folder.
In program entry mode:
Change the file for program select to next folder's first file, cyclic to the
first folder if it is in the last folder.
In normal play mode:
Skip the playing file to the next folder's first file.
PLAY/
PAUSE
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9. Please use the one with cooperate specification (marks on the back of the machine).
Please turn off the power when you do not use the machine for a period of times.
* To keep stable data transmission, please do not twist the USB cable during data transmission.
* Please do not press the LCD monitor heavily, or touch it with finger or sharp articles.
* Please prevent water leak into the machine.
10 . The SD card is a very precise electronic part, please use it according to the following notice:
*To prevent taking the SD card out of the machine during data transmission.
*Do not bend, strike, drop or take apart the SD card.
*To prevent to place the SD card in a high temperature, high humidity, dusty place, or a
place full with static electricity.
*Please make sure the SD card you are using has been format.
*Make sure the write protection switch of the SD card is released when you are recording .
*Our product will process large amount of messages during recording and playing, we strongly
suggest you to use high speed SD card as extension memory card, to prevent noise, data lose
or any transmission problem.
* We have tested and approval the following brands of SD card for our machine, they are:
Toshiba SD-M51225R2W 512MB
Apacer SD 120X 1GB
Apacer SD 256MB
11. We do not guarantee the function, operation, or life of any SD card is used in our machine.
We do not also take any responsibility of indemnity for the damage of SD cards.
12. Same as other digital stock products, user must save the inner documents from time to time.
This product will not take any responsibility due to documents lost directly or indirectly
damage caused.
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5. MODE key------ Push the MODE key with another key for special function selection. The
LCD will show "MODE" when push MODE key, you shall push another
function key to perform the function. If you does not push another function
key within 5 seconds, the machine will back to idle mode. Following is the
detail of special function keys.
FOLDERDOWN
5-1 MODE key + ? (/LINE IN) key:LCD will show "LINE IN", and select line in audio source
as recording source.
In mp3 mode and in USB mode .
If this key is pushed, PLAY mode is changed cyclically shown below.
PLAY ALL RANDOM
REPEAT TRACK
REPEAT FOLDER
5-2 MODE key + A-B(/EQ) key :For EQ select function. EQ sequence is Normal?Classic?
Pop?Rock?Jazz. (Normal EQ will not be shown on LCD)
5-3 MODE key +
(/VOC,/MP3) key: To select VOC mode (Record from microphone or
LINE IN source) or MP3 mode (Download *.mp3 files from PC).
In stop mode:
Skip the starting play folder to previous folder during stop mode, cyclic
to the last folder if it is in the first folder.
In program entry mode:
Change the file for program select to previous folder's first file, cyclic to
the last folder if it is in the first folder.
In normal play mode:
Skip the playing file to the previous folder's first file.
REPEAT ALL
RANDOM REPEAT
IN CD mo de If this key is pushed,
PLAY mo de is changed cyclically shown below
PLAY MODE
5-4 MODE key +
(/Del.) key : When push these two keys, the LCD will show DEL,you
must push
(/Del.) key again to delete the track. The LCD will show"DEL"
until the delete process is finished.
5-5 MODE key + ¦ key : Change flash and SD card under PLAY and Idle modes.
PLAY ALL RANDOM
REPEAT ALL
EJECT
6. The machine offers extended connectors:
6-1 EAR :for earphone
6-2
:USB connector to PC
6-3 SD card:for extended SD memory card,up to 512MB
(When use 512 MB SD card, the recording time is available for over 8 hours)
( If use 1GMB SD card, it will be divided into 99 tracks recording, each track of
recording time no more than 9:59:59 will be able to display time function on LCD)
6-4 MIC IN:connect to two microphones
7. ROTARY VOLUME CONTROL
7.1 MIC REC. Rotary Volume Control
7.2 Level Rotary Volume Control.
PROG
MUTE
POWER
ESP
FIND
0~10;
VOL.-
8. USB CONNECTION : You can easily copy MP3 files from computer to the machine through
USB connection.
A. Install Hardware: Connect the machine and your computer with a USB cable. You
computer will recognize a new removable storage device automatically. You can add,
delete, copy, and preview files. (If the operation system of your computer is Window 98 or
below, you must install USB driver for first use. The USB driver is included.)
B. Store new files to VOC mode: MP3 files on the computer can be stored to VOC mode.
However, the file names must be renamed as following format:
B-1:If you want to store the file to flash memory in VOC mode, you must rename it asM_INT
_XX.MP3 (XX stands for track location)
B-2:If you want to store the file to SD card in VOC mode, you must rename it as M_EXT_XX.
MP3 (XX stands for track location) File format must be MP3 to work.
VOL.+
REPEAT TRACK
RANDOM REPEAT
PLAY ALL.
When this key is pushed, door is mo ved out.
Set to programming mo de.
When programming mo de, "stop" key is pushed then program is all cleared.
When this key is pushed during CD is playing, the set will mu te the output. option
Push again, will recovery the output .
Power SW of the set .
In CDDA mo de, Press"ESP" key , The ESP display lighted and the set is
in electronic anti-shock state. The electronic anti-shock time is about 40
seconds. Press "ESP" key again, cancel the ESP function.
In MP 3 mo de : Press this key once FILE search mo de changed .
Press this key twice ALBUM search mo de changed .If press this key long
time once track is displayed .press twice ID3 TAG is displayed.
You can use these keys to select the track you want directly.
When this key is pushed , the volume will decrease by 1dB per step ,
ENCODE
the mi n. volume is 0dB.
When this key is pushed, the volume will increase by 1dB per step ,
ENCODE
the ma x. volume is 30dB.
Caution:
This player does not accept 8-cm diameter CD. User is advised to have the USB 2.0
formatted in " FAT " or " FAT 32 ". The built-in USB 2.0 player can not be able to read the
MP3 files stored in your USB if it is not formatted by either " FAT " or " FAT-32 ". To avoid
damage to the USB, remember to detach it only after switching off the player.
C. Store new files to MP3 mode: *mp3 or *wma files on the computer can be stored to MP3
mode, no need to rename the file, it will store to MP3 mode automatically.
E: After completing all operations on computer, please detect the USB connection then to
operate the machine.
* * * NOTICE:Please read the following notice before you use our DIGI- REC Series .
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Operating the Digital Recorder
Product Features :
1.Digital record to MP3 compression format
2.Highest sample rate at 44.1KHz, 128Kbps (as CD quality).
3.1 - 99 recording tracks.
4.Equiped with 128MB flash memory for 60 min. recording time.
5.Available expanded memory socket of SD card. Up to 512MB
( When using 512 MB SD card, the recording time is available for over 8 hours.)
( If using 1G MB SD card, it will be divided into 99 recording tracks, each track with recording
time less than 9:59:59 will be able to display time function on LCD.)
6.USB port to PC for easy download or duplication.
7.EQ mode selection (5 modes: Normal, Classic, Pop, Rock, Jazz)
8.REPEAT function (A-B Repeat, Repeat, Repeat All)..
9.Time counting
10.Two MIC-IN (L/L+R, R) jacks.
11.Line-in control key.
12.Stereo earphone jack.
13.Tack select, Play, Stop, Pause, Forward & Rewind control keys.
14.Mode control keys.
15.Rotary Volume Control for MIC REC. and Volume Level.
Usual manual of Digital Recorder & Player
1.Key---Power ,REC ,PLAY(ll) , ¦ ,MODE ,? ,? (/LINE IN) , A-B(/EQ) ,
MP3) , >>(/DEL.)
(
), <<(/VOC,/
2. Tracks----1~99 tracks. May store 99 tracks both in VOC mode and MP3 Mode, flash
memory or SD card. Built-in 128MB NAND flash memory has a capacity of approx. 60 min.
recording time.
3.LCD:
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
4.Key control
4-1 Power key
4-2 Upper key:Upper key for track selection. Track number will move quickly when push still
for two seconds (this function will not work in MP3 mode).
4-3 Down key:Down key for track selection. Track number will move quickly when push still
for two seconds (this function will not work in MP3 mode).
4-4 REC key: Record key. Select track no. in VOC mode in advance, push REC key to record,
then push ? key to stop record. If the track you want to record is occupied, the
LCD will show " ?? " you must delete the content of the track before you record.
When the memory is with 30 seconds left, the LCD will start to count 30,29,28,
27.....6,5,4,3,2,1,0 You can use microphones LINE IN audio source or both
mixed source for recording source.
4-5 Play/ ll key: Play key. Select the track no. you want to play, then push PLAY key to play.
Push PLAY key during playing will pause play, then push PLAY key again to
start playing. Push STOP Key to stop play.
4-6 ? key: STOP key. Push the key to stop all the motions, ex.: recording, playing, track
selection..?
4-7
key(Forward):Forward key. The playing will move forward when press the key, back
to normal speed when release the key.
4-8
key(Rewind):Rewind Key. The playing will move rewind when press the key, back to
normal speed when release the key.
4-9 A-B repeat key:During playing, push this key to indicate any point as start point (A point)
and finish point(B point) on a track, the machine will repeat from A to B point
until you push the key again to release the function and continue to play.
4-10
&
Repeat key:In MP3 mode during playing, push REPEAT key once to"epeat the
track" the LCD will show
, and push REPEAT key twice to"repeat all the
track" , the LCD will show
. Push the key at the third time to release repeat
function. The "Repeat all " function can not be used in VOC mode.
MODE key
EQ select(CLASSIC, POP, ROCK, JAZZ)
VOC mode
MP3 mode
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