MIRPO ACT-707S Instruction manual

ACT-707S Single Channel Wireless Receiver
Instruction Manual
Z
Z
Z
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Electronics Co., Ltd.
Head office: 814, Pei-Kang Road, Chiayi, 600, Taiwan.
0681
0197
Taipei office: 5, Lane 118, Sung-teh Road, 100, Taipei, Taiwan.
Web-http: //www.mipro.com.tw
E-mail: mipro@mipro.com.tw
2CE129
1/2-rack Frame
ACT-function
Color LCD Panel
100 Preset Channels
ACT SINGLE CHANNEL WIRELESS RECEIVER
CONTENTS
ACT SINGLE CHANNEL WIRELESS RECEIVER
1. INTRODUCTION
1. INTRODUCTION
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2. PARTS NAME AND FUNCTIONS
2-3
3. INSTALLATION OF THE RECEIVER
4-5
4. RECEIVER OPERATING PROCEDURES
5
5. 19/2-INCH UNITS RECEIVER INSTALLATION
6-7
6. CAUTIONS
7
7. OPERATION OF RECEIVER WITH LCD DISPLAY PANEL
8-13
Thanks for choosing the most advanced multi channel wireless receiver
system from MIPRO.
Please read this manual thoroughly for correct operating and optimal
performance.
ACT-707S is a compact 1/2-rack, true diversity metal receiver. It features
the world's first ACT-function and a color LCD panel displaying multiple
statuses. Innovative features developed from years of accumulated experience
are incorporated in the system. It allows for the rapid change of channels,
offers non-interfering channel selection and avoids spurious interference.
Included Accessories﹕
HANDHELD WIRELESS MICROPHONE
1. PARTS NAME AND FUNCTIONS
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2. BATTERY INSERTION
15
3. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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4. CAUTIONS
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① Antenna×2
② Instruction Manual×1
③ Switching Power supply with Cable×1
④ Audio Output Cable × 1
BELT PACK TRANSMITTER
1. PARTS NAME AND FUNCTIONS
16-17
2. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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3. AF 4-PIN INPUT CONNECTION METHODS
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4. BATTERY INSERTION
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5. CAUTIONS
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2. PARTS NAME AND FUNCTIONS
Rear Panel:
Front Panel:
ACT
RF
AF
ANT
BAT
A B
G/CH
FREQ
SQ
VOL
NAME
REMO
GROUP
MHz
MENU
SCAN
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
(Fig.2)
1
2
3
4
(Fig.1)
(5) Rear Antenna B input Connector: B Antenna connector can be installed
with antenna directly and provides power for antenna booster.
(1) Front Antenna A Input Connector : Allows an optional rear-to-front
Antenna kit for front antenna placement.
(6) Balanced Audio Output Jack: With Cannon / XLR type connector provides
balanced audio output signal from this jack to the amplifier.
(2) Power Switch & Indicator: When switch is turned on, red indicator
illuminates to denote normal power status.
(7) Unbalanced Level Switch: "MIC" selection is for "Microphone-level" output.
"LINE" selection is for "Line-out" level output.
(3) Receiver Panel : Color LCD Panel.
(8) Unbalanced Audio Output Jack: With 1/ 4λ Phone Jack provides audio
output signal from this jack to the amplifier.
(4) Front Antenna B Input Connector : Allows an optional rear-to-front
Antenna kit for front antenna placement.
(9) DC Input Socket: The input socket for 12 Volt DC power. Please note
that the polarity of the central pin in the socket is positive (+).
(10) Rear Antenna A input Connector: A Antenna connector can be installed
with antenna directly and provides power for antenna booster.
(11) Rackmount Bracket: To install the receiver into an EIA 19-inch standard
rack case.
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3. INSTALLATION OF THE RECEIVER
(c) Balanced Output: Using audio output cables attached with "XLR" or
"Cannon" type, connect one end from the balanced output jacks (6) of the
receiver, and the other end to the "MIC IN" input jack of the mixer or
amplifier, as shown in Fig. 3. (The characteristic of the 3-pin connector is
as shown in Fig. 4
1
2
3
1:GND
2:HOT +
3:COLD (Fig.4)
(Fig.3)
1.
Install 2 separate antennas on the antenna sockets (5), (10) on the rear
panel. Illustrated in figure 3.
2.
Connecting the power supply: Connect the AC/DC adapter cable to DC
12V INPUT JACK (9), then plug the adapter unit into an appropriate AC
outlet with caution to the correct voltage under both AC outlet and
adapter marked. Illustrated in figure 3.
3.
(d) Guitar Output: Using audio output cable attached with "PHONE PLUG" type,
plug one end from the unbalanced output jack of a receiver, and the other
end to the input jack of a guitar amplifier. Switch the Level Switch (7) to
"LINE" position.
4.
Audio Output Connection:
(a) Unbalanced Level Switch (7) Setting Position: When inputs the unbalanced
output of a receiver into "AUX-IN" input jack of a mixer or amplifier or "Electric
Guitar", switch the Level Switch (7) to the right "LINE" position. Low
sensitivity may occur if switch to the wrong position. When input the
unbalanced output of a receiver into the "MIC-IN" input jack of a mixer or
amplifier; switch the Level Switch (7) to the left "MIC" position. Over load
distortion may occur if switch to the wrong position. When using electric guitar,
don't use "MIC" position as it may have generated insufficient level.
(b) Unbalanced Output: Using audio output cable attached with "PHONE PLUG"
type, connect one end from the unbalanced output jack (8) of the receiver,
and the other end to the "LINE-IN" input jack of the amplifier, as shown in Fig.
3.
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Antenna Socket: The antenna socket provides 8 Volt DC power, which
enable you to pair with MIPRO's antenna booster directly. When the
connecting cable for the antenna is more than 10 meter, it is
recommended to install antenna booster to make up the signal loss
caused by the cable and to ensure the sensitivity of reception.
4. RECEIVER OPERATING PROCEDURES
1.
Turn volume controls of the mixer in use to a minimum setting before turn
on the microphones or transmitters. After switches on the receiver, the
power switch red indicator illuminates to denote normal power status.
2.
Under normal circumstances, the RF indicator lights up when a
microphone or transmitter is turned on near the receiver to indicate the
receiver is ready for normal operation. Once sounds to the microphone
and the AF indicators will glow according to the strength of sound level.
If no LED glows or no sound outputs, the system is not function properly,
thus it must be checked
3.
The microphone output level needs to be adjusted at the amplifier or
mixer. No need to adjust at the receiver itself.
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5. 19/2-INCH UNITS RECEIVER INSTALLATION
1. Single half-rack receiver
① Rack mount receiver with optional rack mount kit and fasten with screws on
both sides. (fig. 5)
3.
On the front panel of the receiver, 4 openings are pre-drilled for instant
installation on the standard 19-inch rack case. (Shows in figure 7)
4.
To ensure best reception possible, receiver must be installed at least one
meter above ground. In addition, the distance between transmitter and
receiver must be more than one meter and away from noise. (Shows in
figure 8)
(Fig.5)
(Fig.7)
(Fig.8)
2. Dual half-rack receivers
① Unfasten the top and bottom screws for each receiver. Push the receivers next
to each other.
6. CAUTIONS
② Insert the fixed steel plate between the receiver (top and bottom), align and
fasten the screws tightly as shown in Fig. 6.
③ After both receivers are fixed fasten the rack mount kit on both side of the
receiver as shown on figure 6.
1.
When using DC power supply, please be aware of the operating voltage.
First of all, please make sure minimum of 12 volts can be obtained for
function properly. However, the power supply should not exceed its
maximum capacity of 15 volts. When the supply voltage is more than 15
volts, the system will suffer severe internal damage. It is preferred the
power source is from a regulated power with the minimum current of 1 A.
2.
Use only MIPRO standard antenna to ensure the sensitivity of the
receiver.
3.
Antenna socket has 8-volts DC power supply; please do not short the
circuit of this part.
(Fig.6)
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7. Operation of Receiver with LCD Display Panel
B. Operating explanation of setting Group:
A. Press "MENU" button once, select "G/CH" block from the below line of LCD view
wheredisplays a horizontal bar and two numbers that represents group & channel
accordingly from left to right.
1. Full Display of LCD Screen and Locations of buttons
b.
ACT
GROUP
MENU
SCAN
Press "GROUP " button once, then the represented group number will start flashing
meaning the system is at a status of waiting for setting. Press the button again, the
group number will be changed following an increasing circle rule. At the same time,
channel number will change to the last channel of selected group. When holding
"GROUP " button, the group number will continue to change until "GROUP" button
is released. Press "MENU" or "SCAN" button once to stop flashing and lock the
group you desire to setup.
C. Opeartion o f setting CHANNEL :
MENU
2. Designations of buttons and Functions
G/CH
SCAN
DOWN
MENU: Enable user to select from one functiontotheother
"MENU" button allows user to select among 6 options (in the sequence
showingbelow) that each is surrounded in a square frame and shown on the
upper half of LCD display. Detail functions and operations are as follows.
MENU
EXIT
Save
D. Operating explanation of setting CHANNEL:
G/CH→FREQ→SQ→VOL→NAME→REMO
Similarly, press "MENU" button once, select "G/CH" block and press "SCAN "
button once, then the two numbers on the right side of below line of LCD will start
flashing which means a status of waiting for setting. Press "SCAN " button again the
receiver will stop at a non-interfered channel number automatically. In case of all
channels in the desired group are intefered and can't stop scanning, you can change to
another group. Press the "SCAN " button again or hold it will keep scanning and
continue to change until "SCAN " button is released. Press "MENU" button once to lock
the channel you desire to setup, and channel number will be set and stop flashing.
(1) G/CH: Indicates or setups the receiver GROUP and CHANNEL.
GROUP
ACT
E. Operating explanation of setting LOCK And UNLOCK:
MENU
A. In case you want to lock all setting functions on the operating panel and avoid
generating error operations, holding "MENU" button more than 3 seconds until the
word "LOCK" showed on the LCD, then all the buttons will be inactive except "ACT"
button , which means the setting of the panel is at the locking status.
SCAN
b.
A. Opeartion o f setting GROUP :
MENU
G/CH
GROUP
UP
MENU
EXIT
Save
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In case you want to unlock the setting of panel, holding "MENU" button more than
3 seconds until the word "UNLOCK" showed o n t h e L C D , t h e n t h e l o c k e d s e t t i n g
will be released accordingly.
ACT SINGLE CHANNEL WIRELESS RECEIVER
ACT SINGLE CHANNEL WIRELESS RECEIVER
A. Operating Procedures.
(2) FREQ: Indicates the frequency that is currently inuse.
MENU
ACT
GROUP
MENU
SCAN
MENU
01
DOWN
UP
EXIT
Save
B. How to Operate?
a. User can set the squelch level within the range of 01-99.
A. Operating Procedures.
MENU
SQ
b.
To set the squelch level, simply by pushing the "UP" or "DOWN" button and confirm
the modification by pushing "MENU" button.
c.
The bigger the setting number, the lower the sensitivity.
(4) VOL: Indicates Volume Level is at On or Mute position.
FREQ
ACT
GROUP
MENU
SCAN
B. How to Operate?
a. After push "MENU" button and select the "FREQ" frame, it will show the frequency
that is set under the GROUP and CHANNEL that one had selected previously.
B. The operation only for displaying frequency, not for the function of changing
frequency.
The operation provids mute control switch
A. Operating Procedures.
(3) SQ: Indicates or setups the Squelch level.
MENU
ACT
VOL
MUTE
DOWN
GROUP
EXIT
UP
B. How to Operate?
MENU
Push "UP " or "DOWN " Button allows one to switch volume to "ON" or "Mute" status.
SCAN
C. CAUTIONS :
AF bar and Ant. A, B of LCD panel will not displayed when the receiver module is
at Mute status. To ascertain if receiver is at Mute status, press Menu key, select
Volume. If LCD indicates "Mute" it is a Mute status. If LCD indicates "On" audio is
operating normally.
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(5) NAME: Indicates or setups the name of current channel user.
Operation of ACT Feature:
GROUP
ACT
MENU
ACT
GROUP
MENU
SCAN
SCAN
A. Operating Procedures.
MENU
NAME
DOWN
MENU
A
DOWN
UP
A. Operating Procedures.
MENU
A
UP
NEXT
ACT
ACT
EXIT
EXIT
B. How to Operate?
Save
a. At LCD panel displays "Group" and "Channel" mode keystroke "ACT"
button . ACT mode is activated when "ACT" word appears on the
LCD panel.
B. How to Operate?
a.
Maximum 6 characters are allowed (Select from capitalized English letter, numbers,
+ - x /, and space).
b. Move microphone toward to receiver within the distance around 20cm,
and face the "ACT" marked side on the microphone to the "ACT"
button on the panel of receiver , see below figure.
b.
Push "UP" or "DOWN" button into setup mode and the character on the far left will
start blinking. (There will be no blinking if there is no character in the specific space).
c.
c.
Push "UP" or "DOWN" button to select desired character and confirm by pushing
the "MENU" button. Once confirmed, the next character will start blinking and ready
for setup.
d.
Repeat step c u n t i l A L L 6 characters are set.
ACT function will release automatically once the transmitter channel is
locked on. Simultaneously, "Group" and "Channel" mode will be
back showing on the LCD panel. Both transmitter and receiver
should show the same "Group" and "Channel". This indicates
transmitter frequency set-up is successful. If unsuccessful, repeat step
"A".
ACT
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HANDHELD WIRELESS MICROPHONE
HANDHELD WIRELESS MICROPHONE
2. BATTERY INSERTION
1. PARTS NAME AND FUNCTIONS
(Fig.2)
1
2
3 4
5
6
7
8
9
1.
Unscrew battery cap in a counter-clockwise direction (7).
2.
Insert a 9V battery into the battery compartment according to the correct
polarity as shown in Fig.2. The moment the battery touches the terminals,
the indicator will flash briefly (7). This means the polarity is correct.
However, if no flash occurs, this indicates wrong insertion or that the
battery is dead. Please re-insert the battery according to its correct
polarity or exchange it for a fresh battery.
(Fig.1)
1.
Grille: Protects cartridge, prevents "POP" noise and prevents microphone
from rolling with polygonal shape.
2.
Color Ring: For frequency differentiation.
3.
Battery Status Indicator: Indicates power on / off and the battery status.
When the power switch is turned ON, the red LEDs indicator flashes
briefly, indicating normal battery status. If no flash occurs, it has either no
battery or the battery is discharged or installed incorrectly. If after power
on the indicator stays lighted, it warns that the battery is weak and should
be replaced.
3. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1.
When the power is switched on, the indicator will flash briefly indicating
normal operation.
2.
4.
Power On-off Switch: Slide the switch for power " ON " or " OFF ".
5.
Housing: Upper portion to be connected to capsule module and battery.
Internally, it holds transmitter PCB.
6.
Battery Compartment: Designed to accommodate two 1.5V(AA) batteries.
7.
Battery Cap: Covers battery in the battery compartment.
8.
Anti-roll Ring: For frequency differentiation.
9.
ACT Signal Receiving Hole: Receiving ACT signal and adjusting frequency
automatically.
When microphone is switched on:
During Usage:
The AF LED indicator on the receiver will illuminate according to the
audio signal strength from the microphone.
3.
When the microphone is not in use:
Make sure that you turn off the microphone after use to extend the
battery life. Remove the battery from the battery compartment if
microphone is not to be used again for some time. If a rechargeable
battery was used, take it out and recharge it.
4. CAUTIONS
Under normal operation, when microphone and transmitter are paired
together to set frequency, microphone indicator (3) will remain off after ACT
setup the frequency. However, if indicator (3) is flashing, it means microphone
and transmitter are not in the same frequency band. Please check the
stickers on transmitter and receiver to observe if they are sharing the same
frequency bands.
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BELT PACK TRANSMITTER
1. PARTS NAME AND FUNCTIONS
BELT PACK TRANSMITTER
9. Battery Compartment and Cover:Accommodates two 1.5V(AA) batteries.
10.Detachable Belt Clip: Allows 360 degrees rotating to suit transmitting angles.
To detach simply use a screwdriver at a 45 degree angle to unfasten. see
diagram.
1
2
3
4
5
10
6
7
8
9
ACT
2. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
(Fig.1)
1. AF Input Jack: Connects to either lavaliere or headset microphone. (See 5
ways of connection on AF Input Connections)
2. Power Switch: Switch to ON position for operation. Switch to OFF position
when not in use.
3. Battery Status Indicator: Indicates the power on / off and battery status.
(a) When power switch is turned on: The LED indicator flashes briefly,
indicating normal battery status.
(b) When RED light illuminates at either power on or during usage: The
battery level is low, therefore, a new battery replacement is thus necessary.
1. To adjust GT/MT Switch (8), and Gain Control (7), simply push down both
snap locks on the sides of battery cover and flip it backwards to expose the
adjustment panel.
2. Before power on, ascertain if same channelwas set up for both receiver and
microphone. If not adjust to same channel accordingly.
3. The LED indicator flashes briefly when power on indicating normal battery
status. If no flash occurs it has either no battery, the battery is drained or
installed incorrectly. Change accordingly.
4. Plug the microphone connector into the input jack (1) and tighten the
connector screw by clockwise direction as shown in (Fig. 2).
CapsuleConnectort
Headset
Lavalier
4. Transmitting Antenna: 1/ 4 λ transmitting antenna.
Pleaseaimof
thefillister
andinsertthe
connector
5. Transmitter Housing: Packages the PCB and battery.
6. ACT Signal Receiving Hole: ReceivingACTsignal and adjusting frequency
automatically.
7. Gain Control: Adjusts the desirous input gain.
8. GT/MT Level Select Switch: Switch GT position for electric guitar usage and
"Line In". Gain Control is irrelevant for "GT". Switch to "MT" for condenser
microphone or wired microphone. Gain Control works in "MT" for input
sensitivity adjusting.
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(Fig.2)
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BELT PACK TRANSMITTER
3. AF 4-PIN INPUT CONNECTION METHODS
4. BATTERY INSTALLATION
1. Pushing down both snap locks on the sides of battery cover to open battery
cover. Take out the batteries. Fig.(3).
(1) 2-Wire Electret condenser microphone Capsule
2. Insert a 9V battery into the battery compartment according to the correct
polarity as shown in Fig. (4). Then push up to close the battery
compartment as shown in Fig. (4).
PIN
1
SHIELD
AUDIO
2
3
4
4PIN
PLUG
(2) 3-Wire Electret condenser microphone Capsule
SHIELD
PIN
1
2
AUDIO
3
BIAS
4
4PIN
PLUG
(3) Dynamic Microphone
2
1
SHIELD
PIN
1
3
2
AUDIO
3
(Fig.3)
4PIN
PLUG
4
(4) Electric Guitar
(Fig.4)
5. CAUTIONS
SHIELD
PIN
1
Under normal operation, when microphone and transmitter are paired
together to set frequency, microphone indicator (3) will remain off after ACT
setup the frequency. However, if indicator (3) is flashing, it means microphone
and transmitter are not in the same frequency band. Please check the
stickers on transmitter and receiver to observe if they are sharing the same
frequency bands.
2
AUDIO
3
4
4PIN
PLUG
(5) Line-in (Impedance 8KΩ ATT. 10dB)
SHIELD
AUDIO
PIN
1
2
3
4
4PIN
PLUG
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