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OPERATION MANUAL
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General
Congratulation
for owningthisall-inoneportablesoundsystem.Pleasereadttrisoperating
instruction
thoroughly
to fullyunderstand
its controlsandfunctions.
Thereare4 versionsof Adventure
800,namelythe
(1).Adventure
800withCD/ DigitalPlayerwithUSB-tnterface.
( Fig.1 )
(2).Adventure
800withCD/ DigitalPlayerwithUSBJnterface
& TapeDeck.( Fig.2 )
(3).Adventure
Companion
Speakeronly.( Fig.3 )
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4. AUX IN
s.AUX OUT
6.MASTERVOLUME
7.FUSE
S.POWER(ON/ OFF)
9.MtC
1O.WR1VOLUME
11.WR2VOLUME
l2AUXVOLUME
13.TAPEVOLUME
14.BASS
15.TREBLE
16AC INPUTJACK/FUSE
1T.BATTERYSTATUSINDICATOR
18.DC24-32V TNPUT
19.SPKOUT
20.sPK OUT (SWTTCHED)
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remote
control.
I USBINPUT
A POWER/VOL.
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23,PI.AY
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24.FASTREWIND
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2s.FASTFORWARD
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26.STOP/EJECT
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27,PAUSE
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The PowerSupplyand basicBatteryManagement
ThepowersupplyofAdventure
800systemcomesfromthetwopiecesof 12V| 4.5AH
( maintenance
built-inrechargeable
batteries
freeLeadAcidtype,whichhasno memory
effect) . An understanding
of rechargeable
batteryis imperative
in the
andknowledge
operation
of theportable
soundsystemas it helpsto givea trouble-free
operation
of this
system.
Afterunpacking
in the
theunitforthefirsttime,pleasechargetherechargeable
batteries
procedure
Thisis a veryimportant
systemfirstfor at least10 hoursbeforeanyoperation.
Failureto
thatuserMUSTundertake
in orderto getthelongestlifespanoutof thebatteries.
followthisproperbatterymanagement
instruction
maycausetheuserendup payingfor
newbatteries.
werefullychargedin thefactorybeforeshipment.
However,
the
Therechargeable
batteries
unityouhavejustunpacked
couldhavebeenseveralmonthsoldandthebuilt-inleadacid
rechargeable
batteries
mighthavebeendischarged
or drained.
Thisis analogue
of car
whichhasbeenleftunusedfor monthsandtherestartis impossible
dueto flatbattery.
lt is
thusimperative
thata fullchargeis absolutely
necessary
for a newsystemor systemleft
unusedfor severalmonths.
process
Tochargethebattery,
willstart
simplyplugin theAC supplyandthecharging
willflash.Whenpermanent
Greenlight
automatically
andthebatterystatusindicator
appears,
it meansthebatteries
arefullycharged.
Normaloperation
couldnowbe resumed.
Whenthecharging
indicator
lightsup in RED,it meansbatteryis weakandcharging
is
In an urgentcasewhenthesystemmustbe usedwhilethesystemis stillunder
required.
charging,
forthissystemit is stillpossible
as theAC powersupplyis designed
suchthatit
alsoprovides
thebatteries
butthiscouldonlybe
thepowerforthesystemwhilecharging
processhasstartedfor about5 minutes
donewhenthecharging
andsomeminimum
energyhasbeenstoredin thebatteries.
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Operatingthe WirelessMicrophoneSystem
powersupply
TousetheFirstwireless
system,
switch
onthereceiver
module
switch
ofWM1.
( please
Switch
onthecorresponding
matching
transmitter
orhandheld
microphone
refertothe
operating
instruction
oftheindividual
transmitter
isbeing
received
bythe
).WhenRFsignal
receiver,
thereceiver
RFsignalindicator
1willlightup.Rotate
thecontrolWM1andMASTER
volume
control
to increase
clockwise
thevolume.
When
voiceisspoken
inlothemicrophone,
amplified
sound
should
beheard
overthebuilt-in
sDeaker.
Thisinstruction
isforsystem
whichisequipped
withtwowireless
receiver
modules.
Tousethe
power
Second
wireless
system,
switch
onthereceiver
module
supply
switch
WM2.Switch
on
thecorresponding
matching
transmitter
orhandheld
microphone.
WhenRFsignal
isbeing
received
bythereceiver,
thereceiver
RFsignalindicator
2 willlightup.Rotate
theWM2 control
andMASTER
volume
control
toincrease
clockwise
thelevel.
Whenvoiceisspoken
intothe
microphone,
amplified
sound
should
beheard
overthebuilt-in
speaker.
Operatingthe Wired/ CableMicrophone
pluginthewiredmicrophone
Tousethewiredmicrophone,
simply
connector
intotheXLR/
P h o n e j a c k c o m b o c o n n e c t o r , T h i s u n i q u e c o n n e c t o r a c c e pPt ehiot hn e rJXaLc R
k orl/4
maleconnector.
Rotate
theMICInvolume
control
andMASTER
Volume
control
clockwise
to
increase
thevolume.
When
voiceisspoken
intothewiredmicrophone,
amplified
sound
should
beheard
overthebuilt-in
orexternal
speaker.
Bothwiredandwireless
microohone
to
couldbeusedsimultaneouslv
asthereisa built-in
mixer
mixbothinputsignals.
Whenallthelevels
areset,simply
usetheMASTER
volume
control
asmaincontrol.
Functionof Speakerout
There
aretwotypes
ofSpeaker
outjack.
Speaker
out( unswitched
isconnected
tothisoulput,
speaker
boththe
) Whenanexternal
internal
speaker
ofandtheexternal
speaker
willhavesound,
Speaker
Out( switched
speaker
isconnected
tothisoutput,
theinternal
) Whenanexternal
speaker
willbemuted
andonlytheexternal
speakerwill
havesound.
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Operatingthe CD/ DigitalPlayerwith USB-lnterface
Tobeginoperation,
firstturnon the MasterPWRandthenpressthe Power/Volume
controlknob
to activatethisplayer.
thiskeyis pushedduringCD stop,playwillstartafterhacksearch.
When this key is pushedduring CD is playing,then it is changedto pause.
SKIP+
UP/CUE
WhenCD is not
if this key is pushedthen CD will
this
will chanqethe mode to CD-MP3.
this
will chanqedthe mode to USB.
ln stop mode:
Changethestartingplay-track(file)
duringstopmode,cyclicto the first
if it is in the lasttrack.
In programentry mode:
Changeto the nexttrack(file)for programselect.
In play mode,pausemode,programplay mode,randomplay mode:
Singlepressto skipthe playingtrack(file)
to nexttrack(file)
for normal
play/pause
mode,to nextprogramindextrack(file)
for programplay/pause
mode,to nextrandomtrack(file)
for randomplay/pausemode.
pressfor morethan0.7secto fastfonrvard
Continue
duringplay/pause.
In stop mode:
Change the startingplay-track(file)during stop mode, cyclicto the last
if it is in the first track.
ln program Entry mode:
SKIPChangeto the previoustrack (file)for programselect.
DONWREV ln play mode, pause mode, program play mode:
Single press to skip the playingtrack (file)to previoushack(file)for normal
play/pausemode, to previousprogramindex track(file)for program
play/pausemode.
Continuepressfor more than 0.7 sec to fast reverseduring play/pause.
FOLDER
In stop mode:
Skip the startingplay folder to next folder during stop mode, cyclicto 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.
ln normal play mode:
Skip the playingfile to the next folder'sfirst file.
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l n s t o pm o d e :
S k i pt h es t a r t i npgl a y - f o l d teorp r e v i o ufso l d e dr u r i n gs t o pm o d ec, y c l i c
to thelastfolderif it is in thefirstfolder.
FOLDER. ln program
entrymode:
DOWN
Changethefilefor program
selectto previous
folder'sfirstfile,cyclicto
thelastfolderif it is in thefirstfolder.
I nn o r m apl l a ym o d e :
Skiptheplayingfileto theprevious
folder'sfirstfile.
I nm p 3a n dU S Bm o d e.
lf thiskeyis pushed,PLAYmodeis changed
cyclically
as shownbelow.
-+ REPEAT
>PLAYALLRANDOM
TRACK-+ REPEAT
FOLDER
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REPEATALL<-RANDOM
REPEAT<-PLAYALLPLAYMODE l N C Dm o d el f t h i sk e yi s p u s h e d ,
PLAYmodeis changed
cyclically
shownbelow
PLAYALLRANDOM -----) REPEATTRACK ----------r>
I- REPEATALL<-RANDOM
REPEAT<_PLAYALL.+
EJECT
PROG
MUTE
- PUWET{
ESP
FIND
0 - 10 ;
VOL.-
VOL.+
Whenthiskevis oushed.
dooris movedout.
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W h e nt h i sk e yi s p u s h e d u r i n gC Di s p l a y i n gt h, es e tw i l lm u t et h eo u t p u option
Pushaoainto recover
theoutout.
'ower SW of the set .
l n C D D Am o d e ,P r e s s " E S Pk" e y , t h e n E S Pd i s p l a yw i l l b e l i g h t e da n d t h e ;et is
in electronicanti-shockstate.The electronicanti-shocktime is about40
seconds.Press "ESP"kev aoainto cancelthe ESP function.
I n M P 3m o d e: P r e s st h i sk e yo n c et o c h a n g e
F I L Es e a r c hm o d e .
Pressthiskeytwiceto change
ALBUMsearchmode.llpressthiskeylong
timeoncetrackis displaved
.presstwiceld3TAGis displaved.
Youcan use these kevs to selectthe track vou want directlv.
W h e nt h i sk e y i s p u s h e d ,t h e v o l u m e w i dl l e c r e a s b
e y 1 d Bp e r s t e p ,
t h e m i n .v o l u m ei s O d B .
W h e nt h i s k e y i s p u s h e d t, h e v o l u m ew i l l i n c r e a s eb y 1 d B p e r s t e p ,
t h e m a x .v o l u m ei s 3 0 d B .
ENCOOE
ENCOOE
Caution:
Thisplayer
does
notaccept
8-cm
diameter
CD.
Userisadvised
tohave
theUSB2,0formatied
in" FAT" or" FAT32".Thebuilt-in
USB2.0player
cannotbeableto readtheMP3filesstored
in yourUSBif it
is notformatted
by either" FAT" or " FAT-32
damage
", Toavoidpossible
to
theUSB,
remember
todetach
itonlyafter
switching
offtheplayer.
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Operatingthe TapeDeck
Pressthiskeyto playthetape.
Pressthiskey
with PLAYkevfor record
pause
Pressthiskeyto
theplav.Pressaqainto continuethe olav.
Pressthis keyfor fastforward.
Pressthis keyfor fast reverse.
Pressthiskevto stoo/ slot/ removethe
V o u l m e/ T o n ec o n t r o l :
Rotatethepower/volume
controlknobof TAPEto adjustthevolumeof theCassette
deck.
Fortonesetting,turnBASSto adjusttheoutputof highpitchandturnBASSto adjustthe
outputof lowpitch.
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Simple DIYTrouble-shootings:
1. No soundwhenspeakingintothe wirelessmicrophone
Pleaseverifythefollowings
:
1.1Mainpowerswitchshouldbe ON.Whenno lightappears,it meansthatthe batteryis
weak.Pleaseplugin theAC cableto chargethe battery.
1.2WM1shouldbeswitched
on.Whentwowireless
microphones
areused,bothWM1and
WM2shouldbe switchedon.Whenthisis done,pleaseverifythatthe MASTERvolume
controlis beenused to adjustto thedesiredvolume.
1.3Wirelessmicrophone
shouldbe putto ON andverifythatthe batteryis O.K.( pleaserefer
to wirelessmicrophone
operating
manual) andobservethe RF signalreceivedon the RF
indicator
1 or 2.
1.4Pleaseverifythatthefrequency
on thewirelessmicrophone
andthecorresponding
built-inwirelessreceivermoduleareexactlvthe same.
2.NosoundwhenCD/ DigitalPlayer*nn ,r"anrerface or TapeDeckis used.
2.'1Mainpowerswitchshouldbe ON.Whenno lightappears,
it meansthatthebatteryis
weak.Pleaseplugin theAC cableto chargethe battery.
2.2 Pleasemakesurethatif boththe MasterPWRandthe designated
PowerA/olume
control
areswitchedon. lf eitherPWRisn'tturnedon,themodulewon'tfunction.
2.3Followtheproperoperating
instruction
of CD/ DigitalPlayeror TapeDeck.
No powersupply
1.Battery
is faulty
2.Batteryis notcharged.
Specification
Item
Speclfletlon
Max. Power Outout
Max.75W(RMS)/4Q
Distortion
< O.5o/o
Frequenry
Response
SDeaker
PÖwar
Svstem
Sl rnölv
Recharoe'I'ime
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Mic
SOHZ-2OKHZ13dB
Wired
Input
ln
Load
Mic / Lina ln
range
6*9"full
12OV I 23O VAC
3A ot 24 - 35 V DC
1O Hours
U H F o r V H F band
Chiayo
or other compatible
XLR / Phone
Handheld
Conbo jack'
/ Lavalier / Headset
Output
Speaker/
Dimension
Weisht
44O" 21O' 25O mm
About 20 Kg
Color
Black
g
brands
1
Speaker
out(switchedy
Line out
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2.Battery
status
LED
3.ON/OFF
switch
4.LCD
5.Battery
compartment
protective
6,Rotating
capforcontrols
(also
serves
ascolorldentification
cap)
7.LOCK
/ unLOCK
8,SET
9.UP
1.0.D0wN
port
11.Gharging
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Firstunscrewthe metalgrillfom the housingandtakeoutthe capsuleto be replaced(Fig.9).
Theninsertin a newcapsule.Eitherdynamicor condenser
typecanbe chosento matchyour
-*"ö
SQ-5016microphone
requires2 piecesof " AA " sizebatteries
to operate.Pleaseinsertthe batteries
acmrdingto themnect
polarity
as indicated
in Fig.10.
Caution
Fig.10
Manybatteries
areknownto haveleakageproblemof conductive
andconosiveliquid.Please
observethe ruleto removethebatteries
if theyare notto be usedfor a longerperiod.
'AA' batteries,
Dueto variousunstandardized
sizes( diameters
thisbatterycompartment
is
) of
designed
to accommodate
the most common
Alkalinebatteries
only.
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M a k i n gc h a n g e st o v a r i o u ss e t t i n g si n h a n d h e l dt r a n s m i t t e r .
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willchangeaccordingly
frequency
Thecorresponding
thechannelnumber.
decrease
savedandstoredin the
it willbe automatically
Whena desiredchannelis selected,
memory.
to Batteryselection:
2. Makingchanges
page.
selection
to gototheBattery
button
UseUPor DOWN
battery
to eitherNiMH( rechargeable
to movethecursor
button
) or
PressUPor DOWN
position.
battery
AKLN(Alkaline
)
savedandstoredinthe
it willbeautomatically
hasbeenselected,
battery
Whenthedesired
memory.
batteryis beingused.
whenrechargeable
: NiMHbatterymustbeselected
Remark
asAlkaline
for charging
is intended
NeverselectAKLN( Alkaline) whentransmitter
of batterywill resultin batterysensing
batterycannotbechargedI Wrongselection
statusinformation.
to displaywrongandmisleading
electronics
3 . M a k i n g c h a n g e s to SensitivityLevel:
U s e U P o r D O W N buttonto go to the SENSSETPage.
Levelof the
PressUP or DOWNbuttonto increaseor decreasethe Sensitivity
t r a n s m i t t eTr h
. eM A Xl e v e li s 4 a n dt h e M I Nl e v e li s 1 .
it will be
levelhas beenselectedfor yourapplication,
Whena desiredsensitivity
the
Memory.
stored
in
and
saved
automatically
Remark: WhenselectingSensitivitylevel,pleasebear in mind that Level 1
is for close proximitysinging purposeswhereasLevel4 is for use of
transmitterön tripod mountfor speechpurposes.When Level4 setting is
u s e df o r c l o s ep r o x i m i t ys i n g i n g ,h i g h S P L i n p u tw i l l r e s u l ti n u n d e s i r a b l e
distortionin the output.
cover180"in
settingchanges,you couldturnthe protective
Afterperforming
adjusted.
eitherdirectionto blockthe buttonsfrombeingaccidentally
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E B a t t e rw
E Audiomuteswitch
connector
E Mini-XLR
E PowerON/ OFFswitch
E L C Dd i s p l a y
E M i n iU S Bp o r t
E Coverreleasebutton
contacts
El Charging
lE Lavaliermicrophone
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INSTALLATION OF BATTERIES
SM-5016
orremove
uses2piecesof"AA"sizebatteries(Alkalinebatteryisrecommended).T
press
thebatteries,
therelease
buttons
attheedges
ofthetransmitter
loopenorclose
thecover
as
( Fig.15
illustrated
).
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M a k i n gc h a n g e st o v a r i o u ss e t t i n g si n B e l t p a c k
T ra n s m i t t e r .
l . M a k i n g c h a n g e s t o C H A N N E L/ F R E Q U E N G Y :
U s e U P o r D O W Nb u t t o nt o g o t o t h e C H A N N E L / F R E Q U E N CpYa g e .
Thecursorwillflashto allowchangesto be made.PressingUPor DOWNbuttonwill
increaseor decreasethe channelnumber.Thecorresponding
frequency
willchange
accordingly.
Whena desiredchannel(frequency)
is beingselected,it willbe
automatically
savedandstoredin the memory.
Remark: Whenchangingtransmitterfrequencies,careshould be takento
avoid causinginterferenceto otherchannels/ users.
2.Makingchangesto Batteryselection:
UseUPor DOWNbuttonto go to the Batteryselectionpage.
PressSETfor about2 secondsto activatethecursor.PressUPor DOWNbuttonto
movethecursorto eitherNiMH( rechargeable
battery) oTAKLN( Alkalinebattery)
position.
Whenthedesiredoptionhasbeenselected,pressSETfor about2 secondsto save
andstorethe datain the memory.
Remark: N|MH battery must be selectedwhen rechargeablebattery is
beingused.NeverselectAKLN( Alkaline) whentransmitteris intendedfor
charging as Alkaline battery can not be charged I Wrong selection of
battery will result in battery sensing electronicsto display wrong and
misleadstatusinformation.
3.lnputLevelGainControlAdjustment
( Lo-Z) " MT'& highimpedance
( Hi-Z) 'GT'gain controls
Lowimpedance
aresituated
portsthatenableyou
insidethetransmitter
as shownin Fig 10.Gaincontrolsareadjustment
to usemicrophones
of difieringoutpullevelsandGuitaror instruments
withHi-Zoutput.To
( Lo-Z) inputlevels,turnthe " MT"controlandto adjustthe Guitaror
adjustmicrophone
( Hi-Z) input,adjustthe " GT"gaincontrolto set thetransmitte/sdesiredaudio
instrument
inout level.
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Caution and tips on how to obtain the best resulfs
pleasemakesurethattheyareinsertedaccording
l.Beforeinserting
the batteries,
to the
correctpolarity.
pleasemakesurethatthe
2.ForPLL-'16-frequency
agileversion,beforeoperation
groupandchannelnumberas the
corresponding
receiverMUSThavethesamefrequency
transmitter.
pleasemakesurethatcorresponding
3.Forfixedfrequency
version,beforeoperation
receiverMUSThavethesamefrequency
as thetransmitter.
4.Beforemakinganychannelchange,pleaseswitchoffthe powersupply.Thesynthesized
programworksin sucha waythata changeof channelwillonlytakeplaceaftera poweroff
andon action.Otherwise,
the previosly
selectedfrequency
willstayunchanged.
5.Aftermakinga channelchange,pleasemakesurethatthe corresponding
changeis made
on the matchingreceiveralso.Tobe exact,changesMUSTbe madeat boththetransmitter
andreceiver.
6.UseonlybrandnewAlkalinebatteries.
Do notuse" generalpurpose" batteries.
When
batteries
areweak,replacethethreebatteries
altogether
at the sametime.Do notmix and
usenewandold batteries
together.
T.Position
the receiversuchthatit hasthe leastpossibleobstructions
betweenit andthe
transmitter.
Lineof sightis best!
8.Thetransmitter
andthe receivershouldbe as closeas possiblebutnotlessthan1m.
9.4 receivercannotreceive signalsfrom two or more transmitters
simultaneously.
1O.Turn
if it is notto be used
thetransmitter
offwhenit is notin use.Removethe bafteries
fora periodof time.
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Maintenance-free
LeadAcid battery
Guidelines
for maintenance-free
Batteries:
1. Batteryshouldoperateat temperatures
between15"C- 50"C.Toensurea longerlife
span,it shouldbe keptbetween5"C - 35"C.Foroptimumresult,20'C - 25'C will be
ideal.Whentemperature
falls15 degreesbelowzero,batterywillundergosome
changesin its chemicalcontentsandthereforecannotbe recharged.
Operatingthe
batteryat highertemperature
will resultin highercapacitybut shorterlifespan,whereas
lowertemperatures
operationhasa longerlifespanbut lesscapacig.
2. lf the batteryis not recharged72 hrsafterit is completelyused,it will be permanently
damaged.
3. Whenthe bafteryis beingcharged,the internalgaseswill be electrolyzed
intowaterat
the negativecharge,maintaining
the battery'sstorageabilitieswith no wateradded.
However,erosionat the chargedendsof the batterywill causepoorperformance.
4. The battery'scyclelifespan( no. of chargeand dischargecycle) is determined
by the
degreeat whichpoweris dissipated.,
especially
the degreeof dischargedeachtime it
is usedandthe recoverychargingmethod.For normaluse,the batterycan be usedfor
longerhourswhenlesspoweris dissipatedeachtimeandviceversa.At 25"C,
maintenance-free
batteriescouldbe charged150- 200timesat 100%discharge
eachtime.
5. Decreasein capacity,internalshortcircuit,deformation
in appearance,
erosionof
chargedendsand decreasein opencircuitvoltageare symbolsindicatingbatteryis
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TastezumRueckwaerts
Betrieb
Tastezumschnellen
Rueckspulen.
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i 6. Drehbare
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7. Lock- Verriegelungstaste
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8. Set- Einstell-Funktionstaste
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9. Einstelltaste
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Batterien.
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richtigePolarität,
wie im Handsender
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Warnung!
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mitden zuletzt
gespeicherten
Daten.Die Batterieanzeige
befindetsichan der linken
Seite.
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der UP- Tasteerscheintdas USER- Menü.WennkeineTaste
mehrbetätigtwirdbleibtdiesesMenüals Hauptmenü
bestehen.
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drückenSiedieTasteUNLOCK.
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SiedieTasteSETfür ca.2 Sekunden.
durchfrihren
zu können.DnickenSiedie UP-oderDOWN- Tasteum denKanalzu
wählen.Dieauszuwählende
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daraufInterferenzen
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zu vermeiden.
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USERNAMMenüzugelangen.
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SiedieTasteSETfür ca.2 Sekunden.
geändert
zu können.
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durchführen
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umdenCursorzumnächsten
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zu bewegen.HaltenSiedieSET-Tastefiir
zu speichern.
ca.2 Sekunden
langgedrückt
umdieAnderungen
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umdenCursorzu aktivieren.
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derAuswahl
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Hinweis:
Batterien
verwenden
NiMHBatterien
müssenausgewählt
sein,wennSiewiederaufladbare
laden
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aus,wennSiedenTaschensender
Anzeigen
im
möchten.
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am Gerätoderzu missverständlichen
Display
führen.
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BenuEenSiedieUP-oderDOWN- Tasteumzum
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SENSITIVITY
DnickenSiedieSET
1-10
Tastefür ca.2 Sekunden
um denLevelzwischen
gednickthalten,um
einzustellen.
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zu speichern.
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zu gelangen.
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unterdiesemMenüpunK
vornehrnen
könren.Durch
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lGnal/ Freqr.renz
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dieseab.
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Kanälenzu vermeiden.
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um denCursoran aldivieren.
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zu wählen.Zrm SpeinernderArs:wahl
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Hinweis:
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müssenausgewählt
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nröcfrten.
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H i n w e i s eu n d T i p p s :
1. Achtensie beimEinsetzen
der Batterien
aufdie richtigepolaritaet.
2 . B i t t es t e l l e ns i e s i c h e rd, a s sd e rH a n d s e n d eurn dd e r - F u n t ejm
t a e n g e rc i e
g l e i c h eF r e q u e n z / E i n s t e l lhuanbge n .
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Versionen
bittedaraufachten,dassder korrespondierende
Empfaenge
d ri eg l e i c h eF r e q u e nhza t .
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d a sG e r a eat u s .E i n eK a n a l A e n d ä r ufnugn k t i o n i enr u
t rb e ia u s t e s c h a l t e t e m
Geraet.
5 . N a c hK a n a l a e n d e r ubnega c h t e sni e b i t t e d
, a s sa u c hd e rK a n a dl e s k o r e s p o n dierenden
Geraetesumgestellt
wurde.
6 . B i t t eb e n u t z eS
n i en u r A l k a l i nBea t t e r i e nW. e c h s e lS
n i eb i t t ea l l e3 B a t t e r i e n
gleichzeitig.
MischenSienichtverschiedene
BatterieTypen.
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r l l t e ns o n a hw i em o e g l i cihu e i n a n d esr t e h n e .
so
M i n d e s t a b s a tnnidc h tu n t e r1 m .
8 . E i nE m p f a e n g ek ra n nn i c h tz w e iS i g n a l e
g l e i c h z e i t ei gm p f a n g e n .
9. SchaltenSieden Empfaenger
aus,-wenrier
nichtbönutitwirä.Entfernen
Siedie
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