Instruction manual | Sennheiser 830-TV Headphones User Manual

Sennheiser 830-TV Headphones User Manual
cordless TV listening system
Set 830-TV
Instruction manual
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Contents
Contents
Safety instructions ................................................................. 2
Delivery includes ..................................................................... 4
Product overview .................................................................... 5
Putting the Set 830-TV into operation .............................. 6
Setting up the transmitter ............................................... 6
Connecting the transmitter to a sound source ............ 7
Connecting the transmitter to the mains ................... 10
Using the Set 830-TV ........................................................... 11
Switching the transmitter on/off ................................. 11
Switching the receiver on/off ........................................ 12
Adjusting the volume ...................................................... 13
Adjusting the balance .................................................... 13
Switching between mono and stereo operation ........ 14
Individually enhancing the speech intelligibility ....... 15
Storing and charging the receiver ................................ 16
Charging a rechargeable battery
in the transmitter’s charging compartment ............. 17
What if... ................................................................................. 18
...this indicator lights up? ............................................... 18
...you press this button? ................................................. 18
...you change the position of this control/switch? .... 19
...you hear warning signals? .......................................... 19
Cleaning the Set 830-TV ..................................................... 20
Cleaning the transmitter and the receiver .................. 20
Cleaning the earpads ....................................................... 20
If a problem occurs ... ........................................................... 21
Additional technical information ...................................... 23
Fine adjusting the speech intelligibility ........................ 23
Changing the operating mode ........................................ 25
Accessories and spare parts ............................................... 26
Specifications ........................................................................ 27
Manufacturer declarations ................................................. 29
Index ........................................................................................ 30
1
Safety instructions
Safety instructions
• Please read this instruction manual carefully and completely before
using the devices.
• Make this instruction manual easily accessible to all users at all
times. Always include this instruction manual when passing the
devices on to third parties.
• Do not use the devices in situations which require special attention
(e.g. when performing skilled jobs).
• Always keep the devices dry and do not expose them to extreme
temperatures.
• Use the devices with care and set them up in a clean, dust-free environment.
• Varnish or furniture polish may degrade the feet of the transmitter,
which could stain your furniture. You should therefore place the
transmitter on a non-slip pad to avoid potential staining of furniture.
• This receiver allows you to set higher volumes than conventional
headphones. This can cause hearing damage in persons with healthy
hearing and especially in children.
• Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required if the devices have been damaged in any way, such as
mains cable or plug damage, liquid has been spilled, objects have
fallen inside, the devices have been exposed to rain or moisture, do
not operate properly or have been dropped.
• WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose
the device and the mains unit to rain or moisture.
• Use only the supplied mains unit.
• Disconnect the mains connector from the wall socket
– to completely disconnect the device from the mains,
– during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
• Ensure that the mains unit is:
– always readily operable and easily accessible,
– properly plugged into the wall socket,
– not covered or exposed to direct sunlight for longer periods of
time in order to prevent heat accumulation,
– only operated within the permissible temperature range (see
“Specifications” on page 27),
– not operated near heat sources.
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Safety instructions
Intended use of the devices
Intended use includes:
• having read this instruction manual, especially the chapter “Safety
instructions” on page 2,
• using the devices within the operating conditions and limitations
described in this instruction manual.
“Improper use” means using the devices other than as described in this
instructions, or under operating conditions which differ from those
described herein.
Safety instructions for the Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery
The BA 300 is a Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery. If abused or misused,
this rechargeable battery may be damaged. Please understand that
Sennheiser does not accept liability for damage arising from abuse or
misuse.
WARNING!
!
In extreme cases, the rechargeable battery may even
present a
• heat hazard
• fire hazard
• explosion hazard
• smoke and gas hazard
Do not heat above
70°C/158°F, e.g. do
not expose to sunlight
or throw into a fire.
Only charge rechargeable
batteries with the appropriate Sennheiser chargers.
Do not expose
to moisture.
When not using the
rechargeable battery for
extended periods of time,
charge it regularly (every
six months for about one
hour).
Do not short-circuit.
Only charge rechargeable
batteries at ambient
temperatures between
10°C and 40°C.
Do not mutilate
or dismantle.
Do not charge the
rechargeable battery
if the device is
obviously defective.
Store the devices/
rechargeable batteries
in a cool and dry place
at room temperature.
Return defective devices
or devices with defective
rechargeable batteries to
your specialist dealer.
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Delivery includes
Delivery includes
Delivery of the Set 830-TV system includes:
1 RI 830 stethoset receiver
with BA 300 Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery
1 TI 830 transmitter
with integrated charging compart-ments
1 NT 13 mains unit
with 3 country adapters (EU, UK, US)
1 connection cable
with two 3.5 mm stereo jack plugs
for connection to a headphone socket
3 audio adapters:
1 adapter 3.5 mm to ¼” (6.3 mm) jack plug
1 adapter for RCA socket
1 SCART adapter for SCART socket
2 pairs of spare earpads
1 instruction manual
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Product overview
Product overview
I
Receiver
(see inside cover)
1 Volume control
2 Balance control
II
3 Battery compartment
Transmitter
(see inside cover)
4 Charging compartment for receiver
5 Charging compartment for optional spare
6
7
8
9
0
A
B
C
D
rechargeable battery
Charging indicator for optional spare
rechargeable battery
Charging indicator for receiver’s
rechargeable battery
Operation indicator
“Speech intelligibility” button
Indicator for the selected speech intelligibility
Socket (marked blue) for connection
of sound source or external microphone
Mono/stereo slide switch
Treble adjustment control
DC socket (marked yellow) for connection of mains unit
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Putting the Set 830-TV into operation
Putting the Set 830-TV into operation
Setting up the transmitter
왘
Place the transmitter so that:
– there are no obstacles in the light path between transmitter and receiver and
– transmitter and receiver are not exposed to direct sunlight. Direct sunlight may interfere with the reception
and may damage the transmitter.
If you are using a plasma TV screen:
Plasma TV screens radiate an infra-red signal that can
adversely affect the transmission quality.
왘 Make sure that the transmitter is placed as far as possible from your plasma TV screen.
왘 If necessary, use a standard extension cable (3.5 mm
stereo jack plug) to reduce the distance between transmitter and receiver. This extension cable is available from
your Sennheiser dealer.
Note:
One transmitter can be used to transmit to several
receivers on the same frequency.
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Putting the Set 830-TV into operation
Connecting the transmitter to a sound source
왘
Switch your sound source (e.g. TV) off before connecting
the transmitter.
F
A
왘
Plug one end of the connection cable F into the blue
socket A on the transmitter.
왘
Check the connection possibilities of your sound source
(e.g. TV).
Connection
possibility
Socket on
sound
source
Name of
connection
possibility
왘
A
B
L
Head- RCA
phone socket
socket
C
R
D
–
SCART
socket
MKE 800 TV-N
external
microphone*
Select one of the four connection possibilities A , B , C
or D and follow the instructions in the corresponding
chapter.
Note:
If there are several connections ( A , B or C ) available,
select the SCART socket C .
*
The MKE 800 TV-N microphone is available as an
accessory (see page 26).
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Putting the Set 830-TV into operation
A Connecting the transmitter to a headphone socket
G
왘
F
Plug the other end of the connection cable F into the headphone
socket on your sound source.
Is the plug on the connection cable
too small for the headphone
socket?
왘
Plug the adapter to ¼” (6.3 mm) jack socket G onto the
connection cable F.
왘
Adjust the volume of the headphone socket on your
sound source to a medium level.
This improves the quality of cordless sound transmission.
For detailed information, please refer to the instruction
manual of your sound source (e.g. TV).
Note:
With most TVs, the headphone socket is located at the
front or sides.
B Connecting the transmitter to an RCA socket
왘
Plug the adapter for RCA
socket H onto the connection
cable F.
왘
Connect the red connector of
the adapter H to the red RCA
socket R of your sound source.
왘
Connect the white connector of
the adapter H to the white or
black RCA socket L of your
sound source.
H
F
Note:
With most TVs, the RCA socket is located at the rear.
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Putting the Set 830-TV into operation
C Connecting the transmitter to a SCART socket
F
I
왘
Plug the SCART adapter I onto
the connection cable F.
왘
Connect the SCART adapter I to
the SCART socket on your TV.
Note:
If your TV has several SCART sockets, use the socket
SCART output.
D Using the MKE 800 TV-N external microphone
Your sound source doesn’t have any of the connections
mentioned above?
You can then use the MKE 800 TV-N microphone (see
“Accessories and spare parts” on page 26).
왘
Directly connect the microphone to the blue socket A on
the transmitter.
왘
Position the microphone in front of the loudspeaker of
your sound source.
Note:
You can change the sound by varying the position of the
microphone in front of the loudspeaker.
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Putting the Set 830-TV into operation
Connecting the transmitter to the mains
J
왘
Select the suitable country
adapter K for your wall socket.
왘
Plug the suitable country
adapter onto the mains unit J.
왘
Connect the yellow connector of
the mains unit to the yellow
socket D on the transmitter.
왘
Plug the mains unit J into a
wall socket.
The operation indicator 8 on
the transmitter lights up green.
K
EU
US
UK
D
J
Notes:
– When connecting the transmitter to the mains
for the first time, charge the rechargeable
battery for 3 hours as described in the chapter 3h
“Storing and charging the receiver” on page 16.
– If there is no audio signal from the sound source for
about 3 minutes, the transmitter automatically
switches off. The operation indicator 8 goes off.
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Using the Set 830-TV
Using the Set 830-TV
To switch the Set 830-TV system on, proceed as follows:
1. Switch your sound source (e.g. TV) on. The transmitter
automatically switches on (see next chapter).
2. Put the stethoset receiver on. The receiver automatically
switches on (see page 12).
3. Adjust the desired volume (see page 13).
Switching the transmitter on/off
To switch the transmitter on:
왘
Switch your sound source on.
The transmitter automatically switches on. The operation indicator 8 lights up green.
The transmitter doesn’t switch on?
왘 Read the chapter “If a problem occurs ...” on page 21.
To switch the transmitter off:
왘
Switch your sound source off.
The transmitter automatically switches off after
3 minutes. The operation indicator 8
goes off.
To disconnect the transmitter from the mains:
왘 Pull out the mains connector from the wall socket.
Note:
When not using the transmitter for extended periods of
time (e.g. when you are on holiday), pull out the mains
connector from the wall socket. In this case, however, the
receiver’s rechargeable battery will not be recharged.
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Using the Set 830-TV
Switching the receiver on/off
CAUTION!
Hearing damage due to high volumes!
This receiver allows you to set higher volumes than conventional headphones. This
can cause hearing damage in persons with
healthy hearing and especially in children.
왘 Before putting the receiver on, set the
volume on the receiver to a low value.
왘 Do not continuously expose yourself to
high volumes.
Switching the receiver on
The receiver automatically switches on
when you pull the earbows apart.
Putting the receiver on
왘
Put the receiver on the correct way
round, with the Sennheiser logo facing
away from your body.
The earpads adapt to the ear form and
thus increase the wearing comfort.
Switching the receiver off
왘
Take the receiver off.
The receiver automatically switches off after 30 seconds.
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Using the Set 830-TV
Notes:
– For how to store and charge the receiver, see
page 16.
– If you are not within the range of the transmitter, the receiver automatically switches off
after 3 minutes.
3h
Adjusting the volume
왘
Use the volume control 1 to adjust
the volume to a sufficient and
comfortable level.
Adjusting the balance
2
The balance control allows for right/left
volume adjustment. Adjust the balance
so that you hear equally well with both
ears.
왘
Turn the balance control 2 to the
left L or right R in order to increase the
volume for the corresponding ear.
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Using the Set 830-TV
Switching between mono and stereo operation
If, despite a correct balance adjustment, you can hear the
sound only with one ear:
the ST/MO switch B on the
transmitter to MO (mono).
왘 Set
B
Meaning of the terms “mono” and “stereo”
Stereo (ST)
L
Mono (MO)
R
L+R
Example: L: Speech from the left
R: Music from the right
You hear speech from
You hear speech and music
the left and music from
coming from the front.
the right.
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Using the Set 830-TV
Individually enhancing the speech intelligibility
0
9
The “speech intelligibility” button 9
allows you to adjust the sound to your
individual needs.
Try out which setting works best for you.
왘
Press the “speech intelligibility” button 9
sound is optimally adjusted to your needs.
Press the
button
until the
1x
2x
3x
4x
1
2
3
Default setting
Indicator 0
lit yellow
Setting
If necessary, you can have the speech intelligibility fine
adjusted to your hearing ability (see page 23).
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Using the Set 830-TV
Storing and charging the receiver
Do not store the receiver on a glass dummy head, chair
armrest, or similar for long periods of time as this can
reduce the contact pressure of the earbows. Furthermore,
with the earbows pulled apart, the receiver remains
switched on.
왘
8
7
4
After use, place the receiver into
the transmitter’s charging compartment 4 without exerting too much
pressure.
When the receiver is placed correctly
into the charging compartment, the
indicator 7 lights up:
red: The battery is being charged.
green: The battery is fully charged.
Notes:
– With a fully charged battery, the operating time is up
to 12 hours.
– If you have several receivers, they can be used during
charging.
– Always store the receiver in the transmitter’s charging
compartment 4 to ensure that it is fully charged. The
intelligent battery charging technology prevents overcharging.
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Using the Set 830-TV
Charging a rechargeable battery
in the transmitter’s charging compartment
You can charge the receiver’s rechargeable battery or a
spare BA 300 rechargeable battery (not included in the
delivery of the Set 830-TV) in the charging compartment 5 at the side of the transmitter.
The spare battery offers extended listening time while the
discharged first battery is being recharged.
Note:
Before using the spare rechargeable battery for
the first time, charge it for at least 3 hours.
3h
Removing and charging the receiver’s battery
To remove the receiver’s battery:
왘
Pull the battery out of the receiver’s
battery compartment 3.
왘
Insert the receiver’s battery into the
charging compartment 5 at the side
of the transmitter as shown.
3
5
6
When the battery is inserted correctly
into the charging compartment, the
indicator 6 lights up:
red: The battery is being charged.
green: The battery is fully charged.
왘
Slide the battery into the receiver’s
battery compartment 3 as far as it
will go.
3
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What if...
What if...
...this indicator lights up?
Indicator
Operation
indicator 8
on the
trans-mitter
Charging
indicator 7
Charging
indicator 6
Status
lit green
off
lit red
lit green
lit yellow
“Speech
intelligibility”
indicator 0 on
the transmitter off
Meaning
Transmitter is
switched on.
Transmitter is
switched off.
Rechargeable battery
is being charged.
Rechargeable battery
is fully charged.
Speech intelligibility
enhancement is
switched on.
Speech intelligibility
enhancement is
switched off.
...you press this button?
Button
Function
“Speech
intelligibility”
button 9 on
the transmitter
Selects one of the
possible settings in order
to individually enhance
the speech intelligibility.
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see
page
15
What if...
...you change the position of this control/switch?
Control/switch
Function
see
page
13
Volume control 1
on the receiver
Reduces or increases the
volume of the receiver.
Balance control 2
on the receiver
Mono/stereo slide
switch B on the
transmitter
Increases the volume for
the left or the right ear.
13
Sets the transmitter to
mono or stereo operation.
14
Treble adjustment
control C on the
transmitter
Treble adjustment is only to
be made by a hearing aid
technician / an expert.
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...you hear warning signals?
Warning signal
Meaning
6 short The receiver does not receive
beeps any signal from the transmitter:
• Transmitter and receiver
are too distant.
The receiver switches
off after 3 minutes.
• The transmitter is
switched off.
2 long The rechargeable battery is
beeps almost flat.
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Cleaning the Set 830-TV
Cleaning the Set 830-TV
Cleaning the transmitter and the receiver
CAUTION!
Liquids can damage the electronics of the
devices!
Liquids entering the housing of the devices
can cause a short-circuit and damage the
electronics.
왘 Keep all liquids far away from the devices.
왘 Do not use any cleansing agents or solvents.
왘
Before cleaning, disconnect the transmitter from the
mains.
왘
Use only a slightly damp cloth to clean the devices.
Cleaning the earpads
E
왘
Carefully remove the earpads E from
the receiver.
왘
Clean the earpads E with warm soapy
water and rinse thoroughly.
왘
Dry the earpads E.
왘
Put the earpads back on the receiver.
Note:
For reasons of hygiene, you should replace the
earpads E from time to time. Spare earpads are available from your Sennheiser dealer (see “Accessories and
spare parts” on page 26).
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If a problem occurs ...
If a problem occurs ...
The transmitter does not switch on
Possible cause
Solution
Is the mains unit
Check the connection of the mains
connected correctly? unit to the transmitter and to the
mains (see page 10).
Is the sound source
switched on?
Is the volume of
the sound source
sufficient?
Is the transmitter
set to operating
mode 2 (see
page 25)?
Switch your sound source on.
Set the volume on your sound
source to a medium value.
Take the receiver out of the
charging compartment.
The transmitter automatically
switches on.
You cannot hear anything
Possible cause
Is there a free line
of sight between
receiver and
transmitter?
Is the receiver still
within the transmitter’s range?
Are transmitter and
receiver exposed to
direct sunlight?
Are all connectors
connected correctly?
Solution
Remove obstacles in the light path
between receiver and transmitter.
Move the receiver closer
to the transmitter.
Avoid exposure to direct sunlight.
Is the operation
indicator 8 lit?
Check the connection between
the transmitter and your sound
source (see page 7).
Check if the transmitter is
switched on (see page 11).
Is the transmitter
set up the wrong
way round?
Set up the transmitter so that
the cables are guided away from
the receiver (see page 6).
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If a problem occurs ...
Possible cause
Does the receiver’s
Sennheiser logo face
the transmitter?
Is the volume of
the sound source
sufficient?
Is the volume of the
receiver sufficient?
Is the rechargeable
battery inserted
properly into the
receiver and fully
charged?
Solution
Wear the receiver the right way
round, with the Sennheiser logo
facing the transmitter.
Set the volume on your sound
source to a medium value.
Increase the volume by turning
the volume control 1 on the
receiver (see page 13).
Remove the rechargeable battery
and reinsert it into the receiver.
If this doesn’t help: recharge the
rechargeable battery
(see page 17).
You hear the sound only with one ear
Possible cause
Is the balance
adjusted correctly?
Solution
Is the transmitter
set to mono?
Set the mono/stereo switch B
on the transmitter to the left
(see page 14).
Turn the balance control 2 to
the left or right (see page 13).
The sound of your sound source is hardly intelligible
Possible cause
Is the speech
intelligibility
enhancement out
of adjustment?
Do you use a
plasma TV screen?
Is the receiver still
within the transmitter’s range?
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Solution
Press the “speech intelligibility”
button 9 on the transmitter
until the sound is optimally
adjusted to your needs
(see page 15).
Make sure that the transmitter is
placed as far as possible from your
plasma TV screen (see page 6).
Move the receiver closer to
the transmitter.
Additional technical information
The loudspeakers of your TV are muted
Possible cause
Some TVs have a
function that mutes
the loudspeakers
when you connect a
transmitter.
Solution
Via the operating menu of your TV,
check if and how the muting function can be deactivated.
Use either a different audio socket
on your TV or use the MKE 800 TV-N
external microphone (see “Accessories and spare parts” on page 26).
If a problem occurs that is not listed in the above tables or
if the problem cannot be solved with the proposed solutions, please contact your Sennheiser partner for assistance.
Additional technical information
Fine adjusting the speech intelligibility
The speech intelligibility can be enhanced individually on the transmitter (see page 15).
There are the following settings:
Setting
Indicator 0
lit yellow
Fine adjustment
1
Compression
2
Treble boost
3
Compression and treble boost
Default
setting
No fine adjustment made
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Additional technical information
Compression (settings 1 and 3)
Deterioration of the ability to hear quiet sounds as well as loud ones is
a typical symptom of old age. Compression compensates for these
volume differences by boosting the volume of quiet sounds and
reducing the volume of loud sounds if necessary.
Compression seems to put the speech in the foreground, making it
easier to understand.
Compression is self-regulating; once it has been activated, it is not
necessary to make any other settings.
Treble boost (settings 2 and 3)
Another typical age-related phenomenon is the deterioration of the
hearing with regard to high frequencies. However, high frequencies are
important for the intelligibility of speech.
The treble boost makes the speech clearer and easier to understand.
With the treble boost (settings 2 and 3), additional fine adjustment is
possible using the treble boost control C on the rear of the transmitter.
C
왘 Use a screwdriver to turn the treble boost
control C to the left or right until the sound
can be heard very well.
The position “0” corresponds to a minimum
boost, the position “MAX” corresponds to a
maximum boost, and the control is factorypreset to the medium position.
Function of the treble boost control
By means of the transmitter’s steplessly adjustable treble boost
control C the audio signal is boosted as shown in the diagram.
The treble boost control C allows you to select one of the curves
shown in the diagram below.
dB
20
“MAX”
10
Factory-preset
setting
“0”
0.1
24
1
10 kHz
Additional technical information
Changing the operating mode
The transmitter can be set to a different operating mode. This is useful
when the sound of your sound source is very low and the transmitter
therefore does not always switch on automatically.
왘 Press the “speech intelligibility” button 9
for approx. 5 seconds.
0
9
The indicator 0 goes off. The charging indicator for the spare rechargeable battery 6
flashes several times:
red:
green:
operating mode 2
operating mode 1 (factory-preset)
If the operating mode was changed successfully, the charging indicator for the spare
rechargeable battery 6 goes off and the
indicator 0 lights up again.
6
Particularities of operating mode 2:
In operating mode 2, the transmitter is not switched on by the sound
signal from the sound source.
To switch the transmitter on:
왘 Take the receiver out of the charging compartment.
To switch the transmitter off:
왘 Place the receiver into the charging compartment.
If – in operating mode 2 – you want to use a second receiver and charge
its rechargeable battery during operation:
왘 Pull the battery out of the receiver’s battery
compartment 3.
왘 Slide the battery into the transmitter’s
charging compartment 5 as far as it will go.
3
5
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Accessories and spare parts
Accessories and spare parts
CAUTION!
Danger of damage to the device!
Components from other manufacturers (e.g.
for power supply or rechargeable battery)
may cause damage to the device and will
invalidate the warranty!
왘 Use only use original Sennheiser accessories and spare parts.
Do you wish to use additional receivers?
The following receivers are available from your specialist
dealer:
Cat. No.
502020
502023
502021
Accessory/spare part
RI 830 stethoset receiver
RI 900 stethoset receiver
RI 830 S receiver
The following Set 830-TV accessories are available from
your specialist dealer:
Cat. No.
500898
528123
528124
528125
Accessory/spare part
BA 300 spare rechargeable battery
Earpads (silicone, black), 5 pairs
Earpads (silicone, transparent), 5 pairs
Earpads (foam, black), 5 pairs
531428
500974
517627
Swivel joint for earpad
MKE 800 TV-N external microphone (mono)
Extension cable, 3 m
(3.5 mm stereo jack plug)
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Specifications
Specifications
System
Modulation
Carrier frequencies
Frequency response
THD
Charging time for
rechargeable battery
Signal-to-noise ratio
(1 mV, peak deviation)
Operating temperature
Transmitter
Range
Audio/microphone
connection
Power supply
Weight
Dimensions
Receiver
Max. SPL
Power supply
Operating time
Weight
Dimensions
FM, stereo
2.3 MHz/2.8 MHz
50 Hz–16,000 Hz
<1%
approx. 3 hours
typ. 75 dB(A)
10°C to 40°C
up to 12 m within a room
3.5 mm stereo jack socket
13.5 V DC/500 mA
via NT 13 mains unit
approx. 260 g
approx. 115 x 145 x 40 mm
125 dB (SPL)
via BA 300 rechargeable Li-Ion
battery (3.7 V/150 mAh)
up to 12 hours
approx. 68 g (incl. BA 300)
approx. 240 x 130 x 25 mm
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Specifications
NT 13 mains unit
Nominal input voltage
Mains frequency
Max. power consumption
Nominal output voltage
Nominal output current
Standby consumption
Ambient temperature
100 V~ to 240 V ~
50–60 Hz
2.4 W (incl. battery charging)
13.5 V DC
500 mA
approx. 0.9 W
(w/o battery charging)
+5°C to +40°C
The devices comply with the following standards:
Europe
EMC: EN 55013, EN 55020
Safety: EN 60065, EN 61558, EN 60950
USA
47CFR15_B
Canada
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IC
ICES-003
Manufacturer declarations
Manufacturer declarations
Warranty
Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG gives a warranty of 24 months on
this product.
For the current warranty conditions, please visit our web site at
www.sennheiser.com or contact your Sennheiser partner.
CE Declaration of Conformity
This equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements
and other relevant provisions of Directives 2004/108/EC and
2006/95/EC.
The declaration is available on the internet site at www.
sennheiser.com.
Batteries or rechargeable batteries
Please dispose of exhausted batteries and rechargeable
batteries as special waste or return them to your specialist
dealer.
WEEE Declaration
Please dispose of this product at the end of its operational lifetime by taking it to your local collection point or recycling
centre for such equipment.
Statements regarding FCC and industry Canada
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This class B digital apparatus complies with the Canadian ICES-003
Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly
approved by Sennheiser electronic Corp. may void the FCC authorization to operate this equipment.
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Index
Index
Receiver
Adjusting the balance 13
Adjusting the volume 13
Balance control (function) 19
Charging the receiver 16
Cleaning 20
No sound signal 21
Operating time 16
Putting the receiver on/taking the receiver off 12
Sound hardly intelligible 22
Sound only audible with one ear 22
Storing the receiver 16
Switching the receiver on/off 12
Rechargeable battery
Charging in the charging compartment 17
Replacing and charging the rechargeable battery 17
Special functions
Changing the operating mode 25
Fine adjusting the speech intelligibility 23
Treble boost control 24
Terms
Compression/treble boost 24
Mono/stereo 14
Transmitter
Cleaning 20
Connection to a headphone socket 8
Connection to a SCART socket 9
Connection to a sound source 7
Connection to an RCA socket 8
Connection to the mains 10
Enhancing the speech intelligibility 15
Installation 6
Operation indicator (meaning) 18
“Speech intelligibility” indicator (meaning) 18
Switching between mono and stereo operation 14
Switching the transmitter on/off 11
Treble boost control (function) 24
Troubleshooting 21
Using the MKE 800 TV-N external microphone 9
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Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG
Am Labor 1, 30900 Wedemark, Germany
www.sennheiser.com
Printed in China
Publ. 07/08
528249/A01
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