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r300
UHF Wireless Microphone
User Guide
EZsync
Electro-Voice
R300
ClearScan
SYNC
SET
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Table of Contents
1. Quick System Setup
• Receiver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
• Transmitter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
• Systems Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2. Detailed Component Descriptions
• Receiver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-14
• Handheld Transmitter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-16
• Bodypack Transmitter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-19
3. Guidelines For Best Performance.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21
4. Troubleshooting Guide.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23
5. Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25
6. Certifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
7. Service and Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
8. Components and Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
9. Appendix A Compatible Channel Groups.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-31
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Quick set-up: Receiver
1. Do not connect the receiver to any other equipment yet!
2. Connect the two Antennas to the receiver.
3. Install the blades into the power supply, plug it into the back of the receiver,
and into an outlet.
4. Press the POWER switch. Display will light up.
5. Press and hold the
button until CLEARSCAN scrolls across the screen.
6. When CLEARSCAN stops, the receiver will be set to the clearest channel.
7. Turn the receiver off and connect the mixer or other audio system to the receiver
XLR Connector or the ¼ inch Line Level Jack.
8. Set the audio mixer or other system input level to minimum.
9. Press the Power switch button in again.
Receiver “Quick Set-up” is complete.
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Quick set-up: transmitter
1. With the Power switch on the transmitter OFF, install two fresh AA batteries into the transmitter.
2. Press the transmitter Power Switch until the display comes on.
3. Hold the transmitter with the EZsync Port facing the receiver, about a foot (30 cm) away.
EZsync
R300
SYNC
ClearScan
EZsync
R300
Clear
SET
4. Press the SYNC Button on the receiver, SYNC will show in the display.
5. Once the channel is set in the transmitter, the display will switch to the main
display and show RF and Audio Levels.
Transmitter “Quick Set-up” is complete.
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Quick set-up: Systems Operation
1. Set the mixer/amp gain.
2. Talk or sing into the microphone or play the guitar at a normal volume. You
should hear audio coming out of the system.
3. You may have to adjust the gain (via the control next to the connector on the
receiver back panel) to provide the best input volume for your mixer/amp.
“Quick Set-up” is now complete. Please enjoy your R300 system.
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Detailed component descriptions
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2.1 | R300 Receiver
RECEIVER CONTROLS, CONNECTORS
1. Power ON/OFF
2. SYNC Data Transfer Button
3. Infrared EZsync Window
4. Graphical Display
a. Channel or Frequency Display
b. Diversity Indicator
c. RF Strength Meter
d. Audio Level Meter
e. Lock Indicator
f. Squelch Level Indicator
EZsync
R300R300
Electro-Voice
5. Scroll Down and Up ( and ) Control Buttons
6. SET Control Button
7. ClearScan Control (press and hold button)
8. TNC Antenna Input Connectors (2)
9. Balanced Output Volume Control
10. XLR Balanced Output Connector
11. ¼ Inch Unbalanced Line Level Audio Output Connector
12. Unbalanced Output Level Switch (-10dB or 0dB)
13. DC Power Connector (12V DC, 500mA)
14. Power Cord Retainer
-10dB
Clear
ClearScan
SYNC
SET
ANTENNA B
8
MIN MAX
VOLUME
9
0dB
LEVEL
BALANCED OUT UNBALANCED OUT
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11
12V
12
.500mA
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ANTENNA A
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Detailed component descriptions
2.1 | Receiver Setup & Operation
1. Place the receiver and antennas where there is a clear line of sight to the area where the transmitter
will be used. Rotate the antennas to separate them by 90 degrees.
2. Install the appropriate power connection blades into the power supply and connect the
power supply cord to the receiver. Plug the power supply into an AC outlet. Push the power
button to turn the receiver on and confirm that it is on by checking the main display screen.
-10dB
ANTENNA B
MIN MAX
VOLUME
0dB
LEVEL
BALANCED OUT UNBALANCED OUT
12V
.500mA
ANTENNA A
3. Manual Channel Change
a. The and buttons allow you to scroll through the Channels. When the Channel
you desire is displayed, stop scrolling.
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b. After 2 seconds the displayed channel number will start to flash.
c. The number will stop flashing and the new channel is installed.
d. Turn on the transmitter and hold the EZsync port facing the receiver EZSync port,
about a foot (50 cm) away.
EZsync
EZsync
R300
R300
ClearScan
ClearScan
SET
SYNC
SYNC
EZsync
EZsync
R300
R300
Clear
Clear
SET
e. Press the SYNC button on the receiver to transfer the channel information.
f. The receiver will display SYNC until the data is transferred, then return to the main screen.
g. The transmitter display screen will now show the new channel and frequency.
h. If the channel data was not transferred to the transmitter after 5 seconds, the receiver
will display ERROR. Be certain that the transmitter is On and the EZsync port is facing the receiver
and try again.
i. If the data still does not transfer, try new batteries, or move the unit to a shaded area away from
direct sunlight before trying again.
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Detailed component descriptions
4. ClearScan: This feature automates the process of finding a clear channel.
a. To scan for the clearest channel in a group, press and hold until CLEARSCAN
appears in the display, then release the button.
b. When the scan is complete, the display will show the clearest available channel.
c. Use the SYNC button to transfer the new channel as in step 3.
5. During set up make sure the mixer or amplifier input used for the R300 is muted or
turned down to a minimum level.
6. Plug an audio cable (not supplied) into the 3 pin XLR or ¼ inch output of the R300.
Note: The XLR connector is the preferred connection since the output is balanced and will be
more immune to noise for longer runs of cable although either can be used with good results.
Set the balanced output level on the back panel to 12 o’clock (midway in the range) to start and
adjust later if necessary. If the ¼ inch unbalanced output is used, start with adjustment switch in
the -10dB setting.
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7. With the transmitter on, speak into the microphone or play the guitar. Turn up the level on the mixer
or amplifier until you are able to hear the desired signal. If no audio is present, repeat setup and
refer to the troubleshooting section.
Note: It may be necessary to adjust the receiver output until the volume level from the wireless
system approximates the level of an equivalent wired microphone/instrument.
8. DISPLAY The main display can be adjusted to display the Channel number or the Frequency
Note: At any time the item not selected for the main display can be shown for 5 seconds by
pushing the SET button once
a. Press and hold the SET button until DISPLY shows in the display.
b. Press SET and FREQUENCY or CHANNEL will flash in the display.
c. Press for FREQUENCY or for CHANNEL and press SET.
d. Display will return to the main screen and the selected item will be displayed.
e. At any time the item not selected for the main display can be shown for 5 seconds by
pushing the SET button once.
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Detailed component descriptions
9. Change Lock-Out This feature can be useful when the receiver is in a location where
unauthorized personnel have access to the receiver. With the LOCK ON, the channel cannot
be changed and the word LOCK is displayed when the or button is pushed.
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a. Press and hold the SET button until DISPLY shows in the display.
b. Press to display LOCK
c. Press SET and ON or OFF will be displayed to show the status of the lock-out.
d. Press to turn the LOCK ON or to turn the LOCK OFF and press SET.
e. Display will return to the main screen and padlock symbol in the upper left of the
display will show the lock status.
10. Squelch Adjustment – The squelch setting can be used to maximize range or immunity to noise.
a. Turn the transmitter off.
b. Press and hold the SET button until DISPLY shows in the display.
c. Press two times to display SQELCH.
d. Press SET and the squelch setting in the middle right of the screen (SQ 10dB) will flash.
e. Press to decrease the squelch setting or to increase it.
f. Press SET to enter the new setting and return to the main screen.
g. Turn on the transmitter and walk test the unit. Maximum squelch (50dB) maximizes noise
immunity but limits the range. Minimum squelch (5dB) will maximize the range but allow
more noise to break through the squelch. Never leave the squelch set to 0dB except for
testing, white noise will be constantly present on the audio outputs.
h. Repeat to fine tune squelch to the desired setting.
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Detailed component descriptions
2.1.2 | Receiver Main Operating Screen
Display:
1.RF Signal Meter
2.Audio Meter
3.Lock Indicator
4.No Signal Indicator
5.Channel Number (01 to 32) or Frequency
6.Squelch Setting
7. Antenna Diversity Status A or B antenna
Controls:
1.Press or to change channels
2.Press and hold for 3 seconds starts ClearScan, CLEARSCAN scrolls across the display.
3.Press SET once to display FREQUENCY or CHANNEL, whichever is not showing
4.Press and hold SET for 3 seconds to access settings menu.
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2.2 | Handheld Transmitter
HT-300 CONTROLS, CONNECTORS AND INDICATORS
1.Microphone Element
2.Backlit LCD Display
a. Channel
b. Frequency
c. Battery Level
d. Mute Indicator
3.EZSync Infrared Port
4.Battery Cover – Screw type.
5.Battery Compartment – Two AA Batteries
6. On/Off/Mute button
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Detailed component descriptions
2.2 | Handheld Transmitter Setup & Operation
1.Insert Batteries.
a. Remove the battery compartment cover by unscrewing it completely.
b. .Insert two AA batteries as shown, sliding one up into the housing to make room for
the other.
2.Turn the unit on by pressing and holding the on/off button for 3 seconds, and the display will light up.
3.If a new channel is desired, use EZsync as in Section 2.1 and close battery compartment.
4.Verify reception.
a. With the transmitter and receiver on a matching Channel, the main receiver display
should be indicating a RF signal on the bar graph.
b. Speak into the microphone and the Audio Meter bar graph should indicate audio
signal presence.
c. .If the level meters do not show reception, make sure the channels are matching and
refer to the trouble shooting section.
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5. M
ute Function – press and hold on/off button for 2 seconds until MUTE appears in the LCD
Display between the Channel and Frequency. The sound is then muted. Repeat to turn mute off.
2.3 | Bodypack Transmitter
1
3
4
7
5
1
2
6
9
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BP-300 CONTROLS, CONNECTORS AND INDICATORS
1.Antenna – Flexible ¼ wave antenna 3. TA4 Microphone Connector
2.Power On/Off/Mute Button
4. On/Mute LED – Green when transmitter
is on, Red when muted
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Detailed component descriptions
2.3 | Bodypack Transmitter continued
5.LCD Display
a. Channel
b. Frequency
c. Battery Level
d. Mute Indicator
6.EZsync infrared window
7. Battery Compartment Latch – push down latch and slide cover as shown.
8.Two AA Battery Compartment – follow polarity as marked
9.LAV/INS Gain Switch
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2.3.1 | Bodypack Transmitter Setup & Operation
1. Insert Batteries
a. .Open the battery compartment by pressing in on the latch and sliding the door down.
b. Insert two AA batteries with + and – as indicated.
c. Close the battery door by pushing up.
2.Turn the unit on by pressing and holding the on/off button for 3 seconds, and the LCD display will light up.
If channel has not been set, set channel according to 2.1.
3. Microphone/Guitar Operation.
a. For Lapel Microphones the gain switch should be in the LAV position.
b. For Headworn Microphones and Guitar operation the gain switch should be in the INS position.
c. If lapel microphones are too sensitive and the audio meter on the receiver is reaching the peak,
put the gain switch in INS to lower the gain.
4. Mute Function – press and hold on/off button for 2 seconds until MUTE appears in the LCD Display,
between the Channel and Frequency. The LED above the display will turn red and the sound is muted.
Repeat to turn mute off.
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Guidelines and recommendations For Best Performance
Compatibility
The transmitter and receiver must be of the same frequency band and set to the same channel in order
to work together. The R300 is available in three frequency bands, A, B and E (Europe only). The band
information is available in the label on the bottom of the receiver, the label in the battery compartment of
the handheld transmitter, and on the back panel label in the bodypack.
Using Multiple Wireless Systems
If three or more R300 systems and/or other UHF/VHF wireless systems are being used in the same
location, proper frequency coordination is necessary to avoid interference. Some channels in the R300
are designed to work together, see the channel maps in the back of the guide for more information.
Contact your dealer or Electro-Voice for assistance if you are planning more systems or using the
R300 with other wireless equipment.
Multiple Systems and R300
The ClearScan function can be used to set up any two R300 systems. Just scan with the first unit,
set the transmitter to that clear channel and leave it on. Then scan the second unit for another clear
channel. If 3 or more systems are used in the same room, put all of the channels in the same group as
indicated by the channel map on page 29-31.
Potential Sources of Interference
There are many potential sources of interference for your wireless system. Any electronic product
that contains digital circuitry including digital signal processors (reverb/multi-effects units), electronic
keyboards, digital lighting controllers, CD and DVD players, and computers, all emit RF energy that can
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adversely affect the performance of your wireless system. It is always best to place the receiver as far
away as possible from these devices to minimize potential problems.
Analog and Digital Television stations can also interfere with your wireless system. The R300 is
designed to operate over 16MHz of RF bandwidth, which covers 3 US TV stations. If two of the three
stations are used in your area, it will severely limit the number of systems that will operate together and
you should be using a different band.
Battery Recommendations
Fresh AA alkaline batteries from a quality manufacturer will yield the best performance from your R300
transmitters. If sound quality degrades during use, it may be the result of a weakening battery.
Receiver and Antenna Placement
Do not place the receiver near a large metal object or surface. Locate the receiver as close as possible
to the area where the transmitter will be used. Ideally, position the receiver/antennas are within sight of
the transmitter. When using multiple systems, do not allow antennas to cross or touch each other.
Transmitter and Antenna Distance
Keep all transmitters at least 3 meters (10ft) away from the receivers and antennas for best operation.
If possible, mount the receive antennas 3 meters (10ft) above the stage so transmitters can not come
too close.
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04
Trouble Shooting Guide
Problem
Possible Causes
No audio and no display on
the receiver
Receiver is off
Transmitter is off
Make sure that the power supply is properly
connected and the on/off button is in the on position
Turn on transmitter power switch
No audio and no RF
signal indicator on the
receiver display
Transmitter is on a different channel or is
a different band
Check band information on serial number label and
match to receiver, reset channel (see section 2.1)
No (or dead) battery in transmitter
Faulty battery contacts
No Audio with good RF
signal indicator
Microphone not connected
Insert fresh batteries in transmitter
Clean and or bend contacts to improve connection
Check the TA4F connector on the bodypack or the
detachable microphone element connection on the
handheld. If possible, try another microphone.
Press and hold On/Off button to stop Mute.
Transmitter Mute On
Receiver audio output cable is damaged
or disconnected
No (or low) Audio with good
RF signal and Audio indicators Gain not sufficient on mixer/preamp/amp
on receiver display
input or it is muted
Receiver output too low
Receiver output too high
Distorted audio signal
Loud instrument or audio source
Battery level low in transmitter
Interference
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Solutions
Another R300 system in the installation
is on the same channel or signals
are mixing
Connect, repair or replace cable
Increase gain on mixer or un-mute the input
Increase the audio output setting.
Decrease the receiver output setting
Change the bodypack gain switch to INS
Insert fresh batteries in transmitter
Make certain all units are on different channels. If
more channels are needed call EV at 800-392-3497
for coordination help
Problem
Interference
Possible Causes
Solutions
Another wireless product in the area is
on the same frequency or the signals
are mixing
Receiver is too close to digital signal
processor or similar device
Strong electromagnetic field from
stage lighting or other source near
the transmitter or receiver, which may
be producing RF noise at or near the
operating frequency
RF reflective metal obstacles between
the transmitter and receiver
Use ClearScan to change the operating frequency.
If problems persist, call EV at 800-392-3497 for
coordination help
Poorly oriented beltpack antenna
Short range or drop-outs
Squelch set too high
Faulty receiving antenna system
Can't change settings
on receiver
Lockout feature is enabled
Move the receiver to a different location
Use ClearScan to change the operating frequency.
Repair or remove the source of interference. Move
the receiver to a different location
Move the obstacles, or reposition the
receiver/antennas
Check the antenna connection and reorient the
bodypack so the antenna is vertical (up and down)
and facing the receiver, if possible
Check squelch setting, higher settings mean
shorter range
Check all antenna connections and reposition to be
in line-of-sight with the transmitter
Disable lockout by pressing SET for 3 seconds,
press to display LOCK, press SET, press to
turn lock off, press SET.
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Specifications
R300 Receiver
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Receiver Type
Synthesized PLL
Frequency Range (RF)
A Band 618 – 634MHz
B Band 678 – 694 MHz
E Band 850 – 865 MHz
Number of Channels
32
Modulation
+/- 40 kHz
Diversity
Antenna
RF Sensitivity
< 1.0 μV for 12 dB SINAD
Image Rejection
> 55dB
Squelch
Tone Code plus Amplitude
FCC Certification
Approved under Part 15
Power Requirements
12 - 16 VDC, 500mA max
Operating Temperature
5º to 45º C (41º to 113º F)
Dimensions
1.72” H x 7.8” W x 8.0” D
43 mm H x 206 mm W x 210 mm D
Audio Parameters
Frequency Response
80 – 18kHz +/- 2dB
Balanced Output
20 dBV (max @ 40 kHz deviation)
Unbalanced Output
Adjustable 8 mV to 0.755V RMS
Distortion
< 1.0%, 0.4% typical (ref 1kHz, 40kHz deviation)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
> 100dB A Weighted
Dynamic Range
> 95dB
Transmitters BP-300 and HT-300
Radiated Output
8 mW typical
Microphone Head ElectroVoice
PL22 Dynamic
Power Requirements
TA4F Connector Wiring
Two AA Batteries
EV ULM18
Uni-Directional Condenser
Pin 1: Ground; Pin 2 Mic Input; Pin 3: +5V bias; Pin 4: N/C
Power Requirements
Two AA Batteries
Battery Life (Typical)
> 14 hours with AA Alkaline Typical
Bodypack Antenna
Flexible external ¼ wave
Handheld Antenna
Internal Proprietary
Dimensions (Handheld)
26.7 cm (10.57 in.) Long
Dimensions (Bodypack)
3.3 in. H x 2.6 in. W x 0.89 in. D
84 mm H x 66 mm W x 23 mm D
Standard Lavalier Microphone
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Certifications
(Depending on frequency selected and country of operation)
R300 receiver, HT-300 and BP-300 transmitters: Certified to ETSI EN 300 422-2 and ETSI EN 301 489-9,
Conforms to European Union directives, eligible to bear CE marking as per the R&TTE directive.
R300 receiver: Certified for use in Canada under RSS 210 Issue 5. HT-300 and BP-300 transmitters:
Certified for use in Canada under RSS 123 Issue 1.
R300 receiver: Authorized under U.S. Federal communications Commission Part 15.
HT-300 and BP-300 transmitters: Certified under U.S. Federal Communications Commission Part 74.
These devices comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the condition that the device
does not cause harmful interference.
Licensing of this equipment is the user’s responsibility and is determined by the user’s classification, the user’s
application, and frequency selected. The user should contact the appropriate telecommunications authority for
any desired clarification. Any changes or modifications made to the aforementioned equipment, by the user,
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This equipment is intended for use in wireless microphone applications.
Equipment intended for sale in (ISO 3166-1, 2 letter country code): AT, BE, BG, CY, CZ, DK, EE, FI, FR, DE, GR, HU, IS, IE IT, LV, LT, LU, MT, NL,
NO, PL, PT, RO, SK, SI, ES, SE, CH, GB.
This equipment is in compliance with the following directives:
2002/95/EC RoHS Directive and 2002/96/EC WEEE Directive
Please dispose of the base station and transmitters at the end of its operational life, by taking it to your closest collection point or recycling center.
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Factory Service
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Factory Service (North America)
If factory service is required, ship the unit prepaid in its original carton to:
EV Audio Service
c/o Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
8601 East Cornhusker Highway
Lincoln, NE 68507-9702 U.S.A.
Tel: 402-467-5321 or 800-553-5992
Fax: 402-467-3279
Enclose a note describing the problem along with any other pertinent information and how to contact you.
Factory Service (Europe)
If factory service is required, ship the unit prepaid in its original carton to:
Telex EVI Audio GmbH
Hirschberger Ring 60
D-94315 Straubing
Telephone: +49 (0) 9421 706 0
Fax: +49 (0) 9421 706 350
Enclose a note describing the problem along with any other pertinent information and how to contact you.
For more information about service in your local area go to www.electrovoice.com.
Warranty (Limited)
Please go to www.electrovoice.com for all current warranty information.
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ACCESSORIES AND PARTS
Accessories and Parts
Model #
Order #
R300-L System Uni Lapel
ULM18
F.01U.168.803
R300-E System Headworn Microphone
HM3
F.01U.168.804
Windscreen for ULM18
WS-18
F.01U.168.802
Windscreen for HM3
WS-H3
F.01U.170.778
Beltclip for BP-300
BC-300
F.01U.168.797
Guitar Cord
MAC-G3
F.01U.118.492
PL22 Dynamic Mic Head
RCC-PL22
F.01U.170.777
Foam Windscreen for Handheld
379-1
F.01U.117.911
½ Wave Receiver Antenna A Band
CRA-A
F.01U.168.794
½ Wave Receiver Antenna B Band
CRA-B
F.01U.168.795
½ Wave Receiver Antenna E Band
CRA-E
F.01U.168.796
Single Receiver Rack Mount Kit
RMS-300
F.01U.168.792
Double Rack Mount Kit
RMD-300
F.01U.168.793
Front mount antenna cables (4)
FMC-K
F.01U.118.471
ANTENNA/PWR DISTRIBUTION (520-760 MHz) (A/B)
APD4+
F.01U.117.678
ANTENNA/PWR DISTRIBUTION (760-865 MHz) (E Band)
APD4+Euro
F.01U.117.679
TERMINATION PLUG FOR APD4+
TP-2
F.01U.086.103
Appendix A Compatible Channel Groups
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(Use only channels within the same group when using more than two R300 units in one room.
If you need additional help call 1-800-392-3497 (US and Canada only).
US/EURO Band A 618-634 MHz
Group 1
Group 2
Channel
Freq
1
2
Group 3
Channel
Freq
618.500
9
622.700
10
3
624.400
4
628.300
5
628.800
Group 4
Channel
Freq
Channel
Freq
618.900
17
619.300
25
619.700
620.100
18
620.500
26
620.900
11
621.500
19
621.900
27
622.300
12
623.100
20
623.500
28
623.900
13
624.900
21
625.300
29
625.700
6
630.700
14
626.925
22
627.325
30
627.725
7
631.400
15
629.325
23
629.725
31
630.125
8
633.500
16
632.075
24
632.475
32
632.875
29
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Appendix A Compatible Channel Groups
US/EURO Band B 678-694 MHz
Group 1
30
Group 2
Channel
Group 3
Freq
Channel
Group 4
Channel
Freq
Freq
Channel
Freq
1
678.500
9
678.900
17
679.300
25
679.700
2
682.700
10
680.100
18
680.500
26
680.900
3
684.400
11
681.500
19
681.900
27
682.300
4
688.300
12
683.100
20
683.500
28
683.900
5
688.800
13
684.900
21
685.300
29
685.700
6
690.700
14
686.925
22
687.325
30
687.725
7
691.400
15
689.325
23
689.725
31
690.125
8
693.500
16
692.075
24
692.475
32
692.875
Appendix A Compatible Channel Groups
Euro Band E 850-865 MHz
Group 1
Group 2
Channel
Freq
1
2
Group 3
Channel
Group 4
Channel
Freq
Freq
Channel
Freq
850.400
9
850.800
851.600
10
852.000
17
851.200
25
850.000
18
852.400
26
854.200
3
853.000
11
853.400
19
853.800
27
855.900
4
854.600
12
855.000
20
855.400
28
859.800
5
856.400
13
856.800
21
857.200
29
860.300
6
858.425
14
858.825
22
859.225
30
863.100
7
860.825
15
861.225
23
861.625
31*
865.000
8*
863.575
16*
863.975
24
864.375
32
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*Channels 8, 16 and 32 can be used as a group alone in the deregulated band.
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