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Professional Wireless Portable Mixer Amplifier
Operation manual
ISO 9001:2008
GREEN PRODUCT
Congratulations and thank you for purchasing 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.
All the above versions can be installed with up to 4 receiver modules, among which one can be
transmitter module or MP3 module.
The wireless receiver/transmitter module is UHF band and plus PLL synthesized type with 16 or
100 preset frequencies.
Configuration
StagePRO/StageMAN/StageSLAVE may come equipped with the following:
1. AC power cord.
2. 1~4 or no wireless receiver/transmitter/MP3 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)
4. Wired microphone.
Remark
Manufacturer reserves the rights to change the above combinations without prior notice.
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Parts and functions on StagePRO control panel
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1. Mic in #1
2. Mic #1 volume control
3. Mic in #2
4. Mic #2 volume control
5. Mic tone control
(Treble/Bass)
6. Reverb volume control
7. Reverb on/off
8. Instrument in #1
9. Instrument in #2
10. Instrument volume
control
11. Line in (3.5mm)
12. Line in (RCA R/L)
13. Line in volume control
14. Line out (RCA R/L)
15. Loudness on/off
16. Voice priority on/off
17. Music tone control
(Treble, Middle, Bass)
18. Master volume control
19. Master Limiter indicator
20. Audio link out
21. Aux out/Monitor
22. Digital in (USB 2.0)
23. Battery indicator
24. Charging indicator
25. Fuse
26. DC in (30-32V/4A)
27. Power on/off
Parts and functions on StageMAN control panel
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1. Mic in #1
2. Mic #1 volume control
3. Mic in #2
4. Mic #2 volume control
5. Line in (6.3mm)
6. Line in volume control
7. Master tone control
(Treble, Bass)
8. Master volume control
9. Audio link out
10. Battery indicator
11. Charging indicator
12. Fuse
13. DC in (30-32V/4A)
14. Power on/off
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Parts and functions on StageSLAVE control panel
1. Audio link in
2. Audio link out
3. Volume control
4. Battery indicator
5. Charging indicator
6. Fuse
7. DC in (30-32V/4A)
8. Power on/off
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Starting to operate StagePRO/StageMAN/StageSLAVE
First of all, please charge for at least 4~6 hours because 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 the shipment.
To operate this portable sound unit, please switch on the main POWER switch. However, if the
battery indicator stops at 40%, it means the battery is getting weak and instant recharging is
necessary.
The main POWER switch does NOT switch on the other devices since each of them has
individual Power/Volume control. To operate those, you have to switch them on accordingly.
Operating the wired microphone
To use a cable microphone, simply plug it into any MIC IN socket. The sockets accept both XLR
and 6.3mm jack. There are individual volume, tone and reverb controls for both microphones’
adjusting.
Playing the instruments
There are 2 inputs for connection with your instrument such as guitar. Above them is the volume
control specifically for their adjusting.
Music audio inputs
To receive different audio signals from unbalanced sources with different connectors, the unit is
equipped with one 3.5mm and one RCA R/L jacks. This Line-in area has its individual volume
and tone control (Bass/Middle/Treble), too.
Digital in
The Digital-in is for audio connection with the PC/Notebook. Just use a USB cable to connect the
unit and your PC/Notebook to make StagePRO/StageMAN the speaker of your device. Its
volume is controlled by the master adjusting knob.
Operating Voice Priority
Voice Priority operation is only necessary when CD/USB/MP3 is playing.
When the Voice Priority switch is ON, the ducking function will be activated. While the music is
playing, a voice input from either a Wired or Wireless Microphone will temporarily override and
lower the volume of the background music and voice could be heard more 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.
Operating Loudness
When the amplifier’s sound is at low level, the tone might not be clear enough to be heard and
activating the Loudness function can raise the tone level to make it clearer.
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Limiter Function
There’s an interior anti-overload circuit to protect the amplifier from being damaged due to over
volume output, this design will automatically lower the output when it goes over the limit.
Various audio outputs
Active out: The StagePRO/StageMAN could be operated as the MASTER unit in an audio link
system. In order to operate Audio Link, you must have a StagePRO/StageMAN as the only
MASTER.The Master is capable of connecting with up to about 20 active speakers
(StageSLAVE).
To install the linking, please connect the output jack the Active-in of the 1st StageSLAVE. Its
Output jack should be connected to the Active-in of the 2nd one and so forth.
Aux out: This 6.3mm jack is used as audio output connection to another active amplifier.
Recharging the battery
StagePRO/StageMAN/StageSLAVE uses either two lead-acid batteries or one lithium battery.
The battery power is leveled from 40%, 60%, 80% and FULL. If the LED stays at 40%, the
battery might not be sustainable for long operation. During recharging the indicator LED will flash
RED until the battery power is full, at which the LED stays GREEN. However, if there is no
battery inside or the battery has problem, the charging LED will stays YELLOW.
Operating the wireless microphone
To operate the wireless system, please switch on the power/volume control on the module panel
and the matching transmitter. Then set the channel on both the transmitter and receiver module
to the same before operation. Please as well make sure that master volume control is set to
minimum level before turning on the amplifier, especially working on a wireless version! Position
the Master volume to the middle. Then adjust the receiver volume to a desired level and the
operation is ready.
SDR-5200m/SDR-5216m/SDR-5116m receiver modules
1. Channel Indicator
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2. Power switch/volume control
3. Channel Selector
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4. Transmitter battery weak indicator
5. Diversity A/B Indicator
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6. SCAN
7. Squelch control
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First turn on the Power of the main unit. Then turn on the individual power of the receiver module.
Select a desired channel by pressing the ▲ or ▼ button and the corresponding channel on the
Transmitter.
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.
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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.
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.
RP-5100m/RP-5016m Transmitter module
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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.
DP-500M MP3 module
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1. LCD display
2. Short press to return to previous track, long press to fast reverse.
3. Short press to play/pause, long press to switch USB/SD.
4. Short press to go to next track, long press to fast forward.
5. Press to return to previous folder.
6. Short press to change play modes(POP ROCK JAZZ CLASSIC COUNTRY NORMAL), long
press to switch repeat modes(ALL-repeat all, RANDOM-repeat random, SINGLE-repeat single
track, FLDER-repeat single folder)
7. Press to go to next folder.
To use the USB/SD digital player, simply plug your USB/SD card into the port after the player is
turned on. To prevent any possible damage to the USB/SD card, always detach it after the
player has been shut off.
This player can read MP3 files only. Other formats such as WMA and WAV aren't supported .
The USB and SD card must be FAT/FAT32 formatted.
Operating functions on the panel and the remote:
Operating function
On the panel
On the remote
short press II
Play/pause
Skip forward
short press 
short press I
Fast forward
long press 
long press I
Skip backward
short press 
short press I
Fast backward
long press 
long press I
input track number,
then press II
long press II
Track selec
t(#0-9 buttons)
USB/SD switch
Repeat mode switch
(ALL/RANDOM/SINGLE/FLDER)
long press MODE
EQ mode switch
(POP/ROCK/JAZZ/CLASSIC/COUNTRY/NORMAL)
short press MODE
short press MODE
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short press EQ
Operating the CD player
Parts and functions
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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/volume control
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Keys
PLAY/PAUSE
STOP
CD
USB
SKIP+UP/CUE
SKIP-DONW/REV
FOLDER-UP
Functions
When this key is pushed during CD stop, play will start after track search.
When this key is pushed during CD is playing, it will be changed to pause.
When this key is pushed during CD is pausing, it will be changed to play.
When CD is not stop, if this key is pushed then CD will stop.
When press this key will change to cd-mp3 mode.
When press this key will changed to USB mode.
In stop mode:
Change the starting play track (file) during stop mode, cyclic to the first track, if it is in
the last track.
In program entry mode:
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.
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.
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:
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FOLDER-DOWN
PLAY MODE
EJECT
PROG
MUTE
POWER
ESP
FIND
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VOL.VOL.+
Skip the playing file to the next folder’s first file.
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.
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→REPEAT
ALL→RANDOM REPEAT→PLAY ALL
IN CD mode If this key is pushed, PLAY mode is changed cyclically shown below.
PLAY ALL RANDOM→REPEAT TRACK→REPEAT ALL→RANDOM
REPEAT→PLAY ALL.
When this key is pushed, door is moved out.
Set to programming mode.
When programming mode, “stop” key is pushed then program is all cleared.
When this key is pushed during CD is playing, the set will mute the output. Pushing
again can recovery the output.
Power SW of the set.
In CDDA mode, 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 MP3 mode: Press this key once FILE search mode changed.
Press this key twice ALBUM search mode changed. Long press this key to display
the track. Press twice to display ID3 TAG.
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, the min. volume
is 0dB.
When this key is pushed, the volume will increase by 1dB per step, the max. 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.
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Operating the Digital recorder player
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1. Play/Pause
2. Stop
3. SD/USB selector
4. Track number button "1"
5. Track number button "10"
6. Track number button "100"
7. A→B play section
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8. Program/Repeat
9. Forward
10. Reverse
11. Folder selector
12. Volume control
13. USB 2.0 input
14. SD card input
15. Copy
16. Record
17. Infrared detector
18. Power on/off
19. Delete
20. LCD display
Features
- Recording through the Line-in recording directly to a USB or SD Card
- Offer USB and SD Card function of each replication.
- Recording format is most popular MP3 audio format.
- Accept the capacity of 128MB to 16G USB/SD Card/SDHC
- With a language learning function, can be broadcast repeatedly at designated areas
- Adjustable recording quality, provide choice of 44.1 KHz, 128 Kbps and 192Kbps.
- Able to store up to 99 folders, or 999 tracks in SD Card or USB
Easy to use
- Play through the LINE IN audio recording files into the directory folder simply select "REC"
- Play copied USB or SD Card copy files into the directory folder simply select "CPY"
- Direct delete function when plan single song
- Can copy single, multiple songs or whole folder
Operation and function of the use of panel description
POWER: Switching power on/off.
VOLUME: Volume control button, turning to adjust the volume
USB socket: To insert a USB storage device
SD CARD socket: To insert a SD CARD
100/10/1: The number buttons to select directory, or track.
- Button 1, indicating the single digit 1 to 9, press once to increase every 1 single digit.
- Button 10, indicating the 10-digit, press once to increase every 10-digit. If total tracks are 88,
the LCD display will only show to “8”. Keep pressing will back to “0”.
- Button 100, indicating the 100-digit, press once to increase every 100-digits. If the total tracks
below the 100, the button has no effect.
FOLDER: Folder selection key and adjust the recording quality
-Select folder
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Press FOLDER button, LCD screen display F, then REW or F. FWD button with the numbers 0
to 9 button to select the directory . Double-click the Cancel catalog select, LCD screen, "F"
disappears
-Recording quality adjustment: Press FOLDER button more than 3 seconds can choose the
recording quality. Press REW or F. FWD key to select 44.1 KHz,128Kbps or 192Kbps
Recording
■REC: Recording function key, need to use this key to record through the Line-in channel
When USB and SD Card are both in the device
- Press the REC button. LCD display flashing to indicate will be recorded to USB or SD.
- Use USB/SD button to select the option to record to USB or SD card.
- Press REC to start to recording, LCD starts to flashing indicated that they are recording
- Press STOP button to stop recording.
When only single USB or SD Card in the device
- Press REC to begin recording, LCD starts to flash and indicating that they are recording, press
STOP button to stop recording.
Sound recording through the REC function keys are saved in the directory folder REC
-To Play REC track in folder: press FOLDER button, LCD display F. Use REV or F. WD button to
select the directory REC, press PLAY/II to start playing.
-The track number in the REC Folder will start from “ REC 001 “, and increase gradually.
Therefore if want to check the recording file after finish record, the song will be recorded at the
last track in the REC folder.
COPY: Copy function key. It has to operate copy function in STOP status when use this key for
USB Copy to SD or SD Copy to USB.
Press STOP key, the device should be at stop mode
Insert USB and SD Card, use USB/SD button to select the device you want to copy the source of
any of the following options
Copy single: Press REV , F. WD button or Numerals key to select tracks. Press COPY button to
start copying
Copy the multi-tracks or multi-directories:
- Select the tracks and store the tracks in the Memory Program first(for PROG feature instruction,
please refer to PROG)
- Press COPY button to copy the tracks stored in the Program, if the copy to SD, LCD display will
flash SD and indicates that it is recording to the SD card.
Copy the whole directory:
- Press FOLDER button, LCD display F, use REV button & F. WD to select the directory you
want to copy
- Press COPY key to start to copy the selected directory. If copy to SD, LCD display will flash SD
and indicates that it is recording to the SD card.
- The tracked recorded through COPY function are stored in the folder “CPY”
- To play folder “CPY” of the tracks, press FOLDER button, LCD display F. Press REV keys F.
WD button to select the directory CPY, press PLAY/II to start playing
- The time required to copy according to the file size and track the numbers
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-Copy function is copying without folder. For example, if wants to copy each 5 tracks in 3 folders
(total 15 tracks) and there will be storage to CPY001 ~ CPY015 at the CPY folder after copying.
If copy a new song after it, it will be storage at CPY016.
A↔ B: Section Repeat Play
Press once to start playing the beginning of memory.
Press again to stop at the end of memory area. The device repeats to play memory area.
Press it again to stop playing.
USB/SD Playing
■PLAY/II: Play and pause, press to play, play again to pause.
■STOP: Press to stop playing
■USB/SD: Select to use US or SD CARD
■REPEAT /PROG: Press to select Repeat or Program memory function
Repeat function : Need to operate in the playing mode
- Press once, LCD screen displays "REP", will repeatedly playback currently playing track.
- Press twice, LCD screen displays "REP F", will repeat the entire directory is currently being
played
- Press 3rd times, LCD screen displays "REP ALL", will be repeated play all tracks.
- Press 4th times, cancel repeat playback function. The words on LCD screen will be eliminated.
Memory function: Need to operate in the stop-play mode, can be memories up to 99 songs
- Single or multi-tracks memory:
Press the STOP button to stop playback.
Press PROG/REPEAT button, LCD screen displays PROGRAM. Select desired songs by using
FOLDER button and number keys 0 to 9 and REV key or F. WD key.
Press PROG/REPEAT button to store 1st song, LCD display shows “00 01” for the 1st song.
Press << PROG/REPEAT >> again for storing 2nd song; LCD display shows “00 02”. Start over
above process for storing more songs. Press PLAY/II memory to play the tracks stored in the
Program.
-Whole folder memory:
Press the STOP function keys to stop playback
Press PROG/REPEAT button, LCD screen display shows PROG, press the FOLDER button with
the number of combination of keys or REV keys F. WD button to select the folder
Press PROG to store selected folder. To store more folders, repeat above steps.
Press PLAY/II button to start play memorized folders.
To memorize multi-folders or multiple tracks, repeat above steps
LCD will display shows FULL when stored 99 songs
To cancel program feature, keep pressing PROG button until LCD display PROG disappeared
■REV I: Backwards. Press to backward to last track. Press for 3 seconds to fast reverse the
track
■F. WD I: Fast forward. Press to forward to next track. Press for 3 seconds to fast forward
the track
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■IR sensor: Infrared remote control eye.
■DEL: Delete single/folder/all of the files.
Delete current playing track, can be operated under “Stop” mode or during “Playing” mode
Press DEL button, LCD displays flash DEL FILE, reminding you to delete the file, and then press
DEL to confirm the deletion, LCD display shows DEL END.
Delete a folder: To delete the specified folder, press FOLDER button to select the folder you
want to delete, click the DEL, LCD display flashes DEL FOLDER , reminding whether you want
to delete the folder, and then press DEL again to confirm the deletion, LCD displays DEL END,
the folder is removed
Delete all the files: In the stop-play mode operation
- Press the Stop button
- Long DEL key to more than 5 seconds
- LCD display shows "DEL ALL" to confirm whether you want to delete all the files
- Then press DEL key again to delete all the files
- To cancel delete function, just wait for LCD stops flashing and cancellation of delete function
LCD Display:
LINE: Line in audio source
DEL: When using delete function
: In playing mode
II: Pausing
REP: Repeatedly playing the single track
REP ALL: Repeat all tracks
REP F: Repeat specific folder
RAN: Playback in random order
PROG: When operate to program tracks.
M: Mute function
A→B: When repeat playing a specific section
USB: When use USB function
SD: When use SD card function
COPY: When operate copy function
REC: When operate recording function
: The volume display, total 15 sections.
888(1st): Under the MP3 mode, it will appear the folder numbers.
888 (2nd): Display the current playing track.
88:88:88:Display the time for the current playing track.
THE FUNCTIONS ON THE REMOTE CONTROLLER
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The remote controller shall be appointed to the receiving hole of face plate. The optimal
receiving distance is 3 meters. ( the available distance is 3 meters. ) The batteries ( model
CR2025 3V ) shall be put into the remote controller.
■Numeral 0 ~ 9 : Select the track from numerals.
■USB/SD: Switching for USB or SD mode.
■REC: Recording function buttom, use for LINE IN recording.
When both USB and SD Card are both in the device
- Press the REC button. LCD display flashing to indicate will be recorded to USB or SD.
- Use USB/SD button to select the option to record to USB or SD card.
- Press REC to start to recording, LCD starts to flashing indicated that they are recording
- Press STOP button to stop recording.
When only single USB or SD Card in the device
- Press REC to begin recording, LCD starts to flash and indicating that they are recording, press
STOP button to stop recording.
Sound recording through the REC function keys are saved in the directory folder REC
- To Play REC track in folder: press FOLDER button, LCD display F. Use REV or F. WD button
to select the directory REC, press PLAY/II to start playing.
- The track number in the REC Folder will start from “ REC 001 “, and increase gradually.
Therefore if want to check the recording file after finish record, the song will be recorded at the
last track in the REC folder.
COPY: Copy function key. It has to operate copy function in STOP status when use this key for
USB Copy to SD or SD Copy to USB.
Press STOP key, the device should be at stop mode
Insert USB and SD Card, use USB/SD button to select the device you want to copy the source of
any of the following options
Copy single: Press REV , F. WD button or 0 ~9 Numerals key to select tracks. Press COPY
button to start copying
Copy the multi-tracks or multi-directories:
- Select the tracks and store the tracks in the Memory Program first(for PROG feature instruction,
please refer to PROG)
- Press COPY button to copy the tracks stored in the Program, if the copy to SD, LCD display will
flash SD and indicates that it is recording to the SD card.
Copy the whole directory:
- Press FOLDER button, LCD display F, use REV button & F. WD to select the directory you
want to copy
- Press COPY key to start to copy the selected directory. If copy to SD, LCD display will flash SD
and indicates that it is recording to the SD card.
- The tracked recorded through COPY function are stored in the folder “CPY”
- To Play folder “CPY” of the tracks, press FOLDER button, LCD display F. Press REV keys and
F. WD button to select the directory CPY, press PLAY/II to start playing
- The time required to copy according to the file size and track the numbers
- Copy function is copying without folder. For example, if wants to copy each 5 tracks in 3 folders
(total 15 tracks) and there will be storage to CPY001 ~ CPY015 at the CPY folder after copying.
If copy a new song after it, it will be storage at CPY016.
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■REP: Repeat function : Need to operate in the playing mode
- Press once, LCD screen displays "REP", will repeatedly playback currently playing track.
- Press twice, LCD screen displays "REP F", will repeat the entire directory is currently being
played
- Press 3rd times, LCD screen displays "REP ALL", will be repeated play all tracks.
- Press 4th times, cancel repeat playback function. The words on LCD screen will be eliminated.
■PROG Memory function: Need to operate in the stop-play mode, can be memories up to 99
songs
- Single or multi-tracks memory:
Press the STOP button to stop playback.
Press PROG/REPEAT button, LCD screen displays PROGRAM. Select desired songs by using
FOLDER button and number keys 0 to 9 and REV key or F. WD key.
Press PROG/REPEAT button to store 1st song, LCD display shows “00 01” for the 1st song.
Press << PROG/REPEAT >> again for storing 2nd song; LCD display shows “00 02”. Start over
above process for storing more songs. Press PLAY/II memory to play the tracks stored in the
Program.
- Whole folder memory:
Press the STOP function keys to stop playback
Press PROG/REPEAT button, LCD screen display shows PROG, press the FOLDER button with
the number of combination of keys or REV keys F. WD button to select the folder
Press PROG to store selected folder. To store more folders, repeat above steps.
Press PLAY/II button to start play memorized folders.
To memorize multi-folders or multiple tracks, repeat above steps
LCD will display shows FULL when stored 99 songs
To cancel program feature, keep pressing PROG button until LCD display PROG disappeared
STOP: Press to stop playing
I: Press to backward to previous track
I: Press to forward to next track
: Press to fast reverse the playback. Press again to cancel fast reversing
: Press to fast forward the playback. Press again to cancel the fast forwarding
DEL: Delete single/folder/all of the files.
Delete current playing track, can be operated under “Stop” mode or during “Playing” mode
Press DEL button, LCD displays flash DEL FILE, reminding you to delete the file, and then press
DEL to confirm the deletion, LCD display shows DEL END.
Delete a folder: To delete the specified folder, press FOLDER button to select the folder you
want to delete, click the DEL, LCD display flashes DEL FOLDER , reminding whether you want
to delete the folder, and then press DEL again to confirm the deletion, LCD displays DEL END,
the folder is removed
Delete all the files: In the stop-play mode operation
- Press the Stop button
- Long DEL key to more than 5 seconds
- LCD display shows "DEL ALL" to confirm whether you want to delete all the files
- Then press DEL key again to delete all the files
- To cancel delete function, just wait for LCD stops flashing and cancellation of delete function
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■RAN: Press to play the tracks in a random order. Press again to cancel.
■FOLDER: Folder selection key and adjust the recording quality
- Select folder
Press FOLDER button, LCD screen display F, then REW or F. FWD button with the numbers 0
to 9 button to select the directory . Double-click the Cancel catalog select, LCD screen, "F"
disappears
- Recording quality adjustment: Press FOLDER button more than 3 seconds can choose the
recording quality. Press REW or F. FWD key to select 44.1 KHz, 128Kbps or 1 92Kbps
■PLAY/II: Play and pause, press to play, play again to pause
■MUTE: Press to mute, press again to back to normal playing
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UHF handheld microphones
Parts and functions
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SQ-1016/1016V
(UHF 16-freq.)
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 8
SQ-5016/6100/7100
(UHF LCD16/100/100-freq.)
10 11 9
Microphone parts and functions
Cartridge
Battery power LED
Power switch
Channel switch
LCD
Battery compartment
Bottom cap
Locking button
Audio mute switch
Setting button
Up button
Down button
Charging port
Volume control
Battery used
SQ-1016
1
2
3
4
SQ-1016V
1
2
3
4
5
6
5
6
7
7
8
SQ-5016
1
2
3
SQ-6100
1
2
3
SQ-7100
1
2
7
4
5
6
7
4
5
6
7
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
8
9
10
11
3
8
9
10
11
AA *2
Battery installation
Insert or replace the batteries according to the correct polarity after opening the compartment.
Many batteries are known to have leakage problem of conductive and corrosive liquid. So please
remove the batteries if they are not to be used for a long period.
Channel setting (SQ-1016/1016V)
Please use the attached small screw driver to set the channel.
Volume adjusting (SQ-1016V)
Please slide the wheel to adjust the volume.
Other settings (SQ-5016/6100/7100)
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1. Channel setting
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 is selected, it will be automatically saved and stored in the memory.
2. Making changes to Battery selection
Use UP or DOWN button to go to the Battery selection page.
Press UP or DOWN button to move the cursor to either NiMH (rechargeable battery) or AKLN
(Alkaline battery) position.
When the desired battery has been selected, it will be automatically saved and stored in the
memory.
Remark: NiMH battery must be selected when rechargeable battery is being used. Never select
AKLN (Alkaline) when microphone is intended for charging as Alkaline battery can not be
charged ! Wrong selection of battery will result in
battery sensing electronics to display wrong and misleading status information.
3. Making changes to Sensitivity Level
Use UP or DOWN button to go to the SENS SET page.
Press UP or DOWN button to increase or decrease the Sensitivity Level of the microphone.
The MAX level is 4 and the MIN level is 1.When a desired sensitivity level has been selected for
your application, it will be automatically saved and stored in the Memory.
Remark: When selecting Sensitivity level, please bear in mind that Level 1 is for close proximity
singing purposes whereas Level 4 is for use of microphone on tripod mount for speech purposes.
When Level 4 setting is used for close proximity singing, high SPL input will result in undesirable
distortion in the output.
After performing setting changes, you could turn the protective cover 180° in either direction to
block the buttons from being accidentally adjusted.
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UHF beltpack microphones
Parts and functions
11
1
2 3
4
5
1 2
3 4
5
6 7
12 13 14 15
6
SM-1016
(UHF 16-Freq.)
Transmitter parts and functions
Antenna
Battery weak/audio mute indicator
Power switch
Mini XLR connector
Audio mute switch
LCD
Charging port
Cover release button
Charging contacts
Lavalier microphone
Setting button
Up button
Down button
Channel switch
Gain control (GT, hign impedance)
Gain control (GT, hign impedance)
Battery used
8
10
SM-5016/7100
9
(UHF LCD 16/100-Freq.)
SM-1016
1
2
3
4
5
9
6
SM-5016/SM-7100
2
3
1
5
4
8
6
7
9
10
11
14
15
11
12
13
12
13
AA *2
Battery installation
Insert or replace the batteries according to the correct polarity after opening the compartment.
Many batteries are known to have leakage problem of conductive and corrosive liquid. So please
remove the batteries if they are not to be used for a long period.
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Channel setting (SM-1016)
Please use the attached small screw driver to set the channel.
Gain control is an adjustable design that enables user to set different output levels. GT is for the
use of instrument with high impedance, such as guitar while MT is for the use of low impedance
such as lavalier or headset microphone.
Other settings (SM-5016/7100)
1. Channel setting
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 is selected, it will be automatically saved and stored in the memory.
2. Making changes to Battery selection
Use UP or DOWN button to go to the Battery selection page.
Press UP or DOWN button to move the cursor to either NiMH (rechargeable battery) or AKLN
(Alkaline battery) position.
When the desired battery has been selected, it will be automatically saved and stored in the
memory.
Remark: NiMH battery must be selected when rechargeable battery is being used. Never select
AKLN (Alkaline) when microphone is intended for charging as Alkaline battery cannot be
charged! Wrong selection of battery will result in battery sensing electronics to display wrong and
misleading status information.
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Maintenance-free Lead Acid battery
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.
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.
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