Sennheiser Evolution Wireless G3

Sennheiser Evolution Wireless G3
100 Series
Instruction manual
Contents
Contents
Important safety instructions ............................................................................................................................................................. 2
System ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Receiver .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 2
Bodypack transmitter and radio microphone ............................................................................................................................ 3
The ew 100 G3 evolution wireless series .......................................................................................................................................... 4
The frequency bank system ........................................................................................................................................................... 4
Product overview .................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Overview of the EM 100 receiver .................................................................................................................................................. 5
Overview of the displays of the EM 100 receiver ...................................................................................................................... 6
Overview of the SK 100 bodypack transmitter ......................................................................................................................... 7
Overview of the displays of the SK 100 bodypack transmitter .............................................................................................. 8
Overview of the SKM 100 radio microphone .............................................................................................................................. 9
Overview of the displays of the SKM 100 radio microphone ................................................................................................ 10
Putting the devices into operation ................................................................................................................................................... 11
EM 100 receiver .............................................................................................................................................................................. 11
SK 100 bodypack transmitter ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
SKM 100 radio microphone .......................................................................................................................................................... 15
Using the devices .................................................................................................................................................................................. 17
Switching the devices on/off ....................................................................................................................................................... 17
Synchronizing a transmitter with the receiver ........................................................................................................................ 20
Deactivating the lock mode temporarily ................................................................................................................................... 21
Muting the audio signal or deactivating the RF signal ........................................................................................................... 22
Selecting a standard display ........................................................................................................................................................ 24
Overview of the operating menus .................................................................................................................................................... 25
Cleaning the devices ............................................................................................................................................................................. 27
Specifications ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Manufacturer Declarations ................................................................................................................................................................. 35
For an animated instruction manual, visit the respective product pages at www.sennheiser.com.
There you will also find detailed instruction manuals for the individual devices.
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Important safety instructions
Important safety instructions
System
•• Read this instruction manual.
•• Keep this instruction manual. Always include this instruction manual when passing the
devices and the mains unit on to third parties.
•• Heed all warnings and follow all instructions in this instruction manual.
•• Only clean the devices when they are not connected to the mains. Use a cloth for cleaning.
•• Only use attachments/accessories specified by Sennheiser.
•• Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required if the devices or the mains unit have been damaged in any way, 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 use the devices and the mains
unit near water and do not expose them to rain or moisture.
Receiver
•• Only use the supplied mains unit.
•• Unplug the mains unit from the wall socket
–– to completely disconnect the device from the mains,
–– during lightning storms or
–– when unused for long periods of time.
•• Only operate the mains unit from the type of power source specified in the chapter
““Specifications”” (see page 31).
•• Ensure that the mains unit is
–– in a safe operating condition and easily accessible,
–– properly plugged into the wall socket,
–– only operated within the permissible temperature range,
–– not covered or exposed to direct sunlight for longer periods of time in order to prevent
heat accumulation (see ““Specifications”” on page 31).
•• Do not block any ventilation openings. Install the device in accordance with the instructions given in this instruction manual.
•• Do not install the device and the mains unit near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other devices (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
•• Do not overload wall outlets and extension cables as this may result in fire and electric
shock.
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Important safety instructions
•• Danger due to high volumes
This device is capable of producing sound pressure exceeding 85 dB(A). 85 dB(A) is the
sound pressure corresponding to the maximum permissible volume which is by law
(in some countries) allowed to affect your hearing for the duration of a working day. It is
used as a basis according to the specifications of industrial medicine. Higher volumes or
longer durations can damage your hearing. At higher volumes, the duration must be shortened in order to prevent hearing damage. The following are sure signs that you have been
subjected to excessive noise for too long a time:
–– You can hear ringing or whistling sounds in your ears.
–– You have the impression (even for a short time only) that you can no longer hear high
notes.
Bodypack transmitter and radio microphone
Do not place the devices near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other devices (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Intended use of the system
Intended use of the ew 100 G3 series devices includes:
•• having read this instruction manual especially the chapter ““Important safety instructions””,
•• 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 these instructions,
or under operating conditions which differ from those described herein.
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The ew 100 G3 evolution wireless series
The ew 100 G3 evolution wireless series
With the ew 100 G3 evolution wireless series, Sennheiser offers high-quality state-of-the-art
RF transmission systems with a high level of operational reliability and ease of use. Transmitters and receivers permit wireless transmission with studio-quality sound.
The frequency bank system
Please note: Frequency usage is different for each country. Your Sennheiser partner will have
all the necessary details on the available legal frequencies for your area.
The devices are available in 6 UHF frequency ranges with 1,680 frequencies per frequency
range:
Range A:
516 – 558
500
Range G:
Range B:
566 – 608
Range C:
626 – 668
600
734 – 776
Range D:
780 – 822
700
Range E:
823 – 865
800
MHz
Each frequency range (A––E, G) offers 21 frequency banks with up to 12 channels each:
Channel 1 – frequency preset
Channel 2 – frequency preset
Frequency bank 1 ... 20
Channel 12 – frequency preset
Channel 1 – freely selectable frequency
Channel 2 – freely selectable frequency
Frequency bank U
Channel 12 – freely selectable frequency
Each of the channels in the frequency banks ““1”” to ““20”” has been factory-preset to a fixed
frequency (frequency preset).
The factory-preset frequencies within one frequency bank are intermodulation-free. These
frequencies cannot be changed.
For an overview of the frequency presets, please refer to the supplied frequency information
sheet. Updated versions of the frequency information sheet can be downloaded from the
product page on our website at www.sennheiser.com.
The frequency bank ““U”” allows you to freely select and store frequencies. It might be that
these frequencies are not intermodulation-free.
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Product overview
Product overview
Overview of the EM 100 receiver
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Operating elements –– rear panel
' Cable grip for power supply DC cable
( DC socket (DC IN) for connection of
NT 2 mains unit
) Audio output (AF OUT BAL),
XLR-3M socket, balanced
+ Audio output (AF OUT UNBAL),
¼”” (6.3 mm) jack socket,
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* Service interface (DATA)
- Service interface (DATA)
, Antenna input I (ANT II) with
remote power supply input,
BNC socket
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/ Antenna input I (ANT I) with
remote power supply input,
BNC socket
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Product overview
Overview of the displays of the EM 100 receiver
After switch-on, the receiver displays the standard display ““Receiver Parameters””. For further
illustrations and examples of the different standard displays, please refer to 24. This standard display displays the operating states of the receiver.
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0 RF level ““RF””
(Radio Frequency)
Diversity display:
Antenna input I is active
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Antenna input II is active
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RF
1 Audio level ““AF””
(Audio Frequency)
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PEAK
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-20
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RF signal level:
Field strength of the transmitted signal
Squelch threshold level
Modulation of the transmitter
with peak hold function.
When the level display for audio level shows full
deflection, the audio input level is excessively
high. When the transmitter is overmodulated
frequently or for extended periods of time, the
““PEAK”” display is shown inverted.
2 Frequency bank and
channel
Current frequency bank and channel number
3 Frequency
Current receiving frequency
4 Name
Freely selectable name of the receiver
5 Pilot tone ““P””
Activated pilot tone evaluation
6 Muting function ““MUTE””
Receiver is muted
Receiver does not output an audio signal
(see also page 28).
7 Battery status of the
transmitter
Charge status:
approx. 100%
approx. 70%
approx. 30%
Icon is flashing; charge status is critical
8 Lock mode icon
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Lock mode is activated
Product overview
Overview of the SK 100 bodypack transmitter
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(lit = ON/flashing = LOW BATTERY)
! Audio overmodulation indicator, yellow LED
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(lit = AF PEAK)
" Charging contacts
Battery compartment cover
Battery compartment catches
Infra-red interface
ON/OFF button,
serves as the ESC (cancel) key in
the operating menu
. Display panel, backlit in orange
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Product overview
Overview of the displays of the SK 100 bodypack transmitter
After switch-on, the bodypack transmitter displays the standard display ““Frequency/Name””.
For further illustrations and examples of the different standard displays, refer to 24.
The display backlighting is automatically reduced after approx. 20 seconds.
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Meaning
0 Audio level ““AF””
Modulation of the bodypack transmitter with peak hold
function
When the transmitter’’s audio input level is excessively high,
the ““AF”” display shows full deflection and, in addition, the
yellow AF PEAK LED ! lights up:
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1 Frequency
Current transmission frequency
2 Name
Freely selectable name of the bodypack transmitter
3 Transmission icon
RF signal is being transmitted
4 Lock mode icon
Lock mode is activated
5 ““P”” (Pilot)
Pilot tone transmission is activated
6 ““MUTE””
Microphone or line input is muted
7 Battery status
Charge status:
approx. 100%
approx. 70%
approx. 30%
Charge status is critical,
the red LOW BATT LED # is flashing:
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Product overview
Overview of the SKM 100 radio microphone
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# Battery compartment (not visible from
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! Display panel, backlit in orange
" Infra-red interface
' Antenna
( Color-coded protection ring; available in
different colors
) Operation and battery status indicator,
red LED
(lit = ON/flashing = LOW BATTERY)
+ Charging contacts
* Multi-function switch:
" (DOWN), ! (UP) and
(SET)
- ON/OFF button,
serves as the ESC (cancel) key in the
operating menu
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Product overview
Overview of the displays of the SKM 100 radio microphone
After switch-on, the radio microphone displays the standard display ““Frequency/Name””.
For further illustrations and examples of the different standard displays, refer to 24.
The display backlighting is automatically reduced after approx. 20 seconds.
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0 Audio level ““AF””
Modulation of the radio microphone with peak hold
function
1 Frequency
Current transmission frequency
2 Name
Freely selectable name of the radio microphone
3 Transmission icon
RF signal is being transmitted
4 Lock mode icon
Lock mode is activated
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““P”” (Pilot)
Pilot tone transmission is activated
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““MUTE””
Audio signal is muted
7 Battery status
Charge status:
approx. 100%
approx. 70%
approx. 30%
Charge status is critical,
the red LOW BATT LED ) is flashing:
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Putting the devices into operation
Putting the devices into operation
EM 100 receiver
You can set up the receiver on a flat surface or mount it into a 19““ rack. For information on rack mounting, refer to the instruction manual of the EM 100 receiver available on the ew G3 product page at www.sennheiser.com.
Setting up the receiver on a flat surface
Place the receiver on a flat, horizontal surface. Please note that the device feet can leave
stains on delicate surfaces.
The stacking elements are designed to help protect the operating elements from
damage or deformation, e.g. if the receiver is dropped. Therefore, fasten the
stacking elements, even if you do not want to stack your receivers.
Fastening the stacking
elements
To fasten the stacking elements 9:
# Unscrew and remove the two recessed head screws (M4x8) on each side of the receiver
(see diagram).
# Secure the stacking elements 9 to the sides of the receiver using the previously removed
recessed head screws (see diagram).
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Fitting the device feet
The device feet are fitted to the base of the receiver (see diagram).
If you want to stack receivers (see following section), only fit the device feet to the
base of the lowermost receiver.
# Clean the base of the receiver where you want to fix the device feet.
# Fix the device feet to the base of the receiver by peeling off the backing paper and fitting
them as shown on the left.
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Putting the devices into operation
Stacking receivers
CAUTION!
# Stack several receivers on top of each other.
Danger of injury due to toppling receiver stacks!
High receiver stacks can easily topple over.
# Place the stack on an absolutely flat surface.
# Secure the stack against toppling over.
# Fasten the stacking elements as described in the previous section.
# Stack the receivers so that the recesses of the stacking elements completely engage with
each other.
Connecting the rod
antennas
The supplied rod antennas are suitable for use in good reception conditions.
# Connect the antennas. You have the following options:
–– You can connect the rod antennas to the rear of the receiver.
–– You can use the optional AM 2 antenna front mount kit and mount the rod antennas
to the front of the receiver (see the instruction manual of the EM 100 receiver available on the ew G3 product page at www.sennheiser.com).
# Align the antennas in a V-shape.
When using more than one receiver, we recommend connecting remote antennas
and, if necessary, using Sennheiser antenna accessories. Fore more information, visit
the ew G3 product page at www.sennheiser.com.
Connecting an amplifier/mixing console
The receiver’’s XLR-3M socket ) and the ¼”” (6.3 mm) jack socket + are connected in parallel.
# Use a suitable cable to connect the amplifier/mixing console to the XLR-3M socket ) or
the ¼”” (6.3 mm) jack socket +.
# Via the operating menu, adjust the audio output level (““AF Out””) of the receiver to the
input of the amplifier or mixing console (see page 26). The audio output level is adjusted
via the operating menu and is common for both sockets.
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Putting the devices into operation
Connecting the mains unit
Only use the supplied mains unit. It is designed for the receiver and ensures safe operation.
To connect the mains unit:
# Insert the connector of the mains unit : into the socket ( of the receiver.
# Pass the cable of the mains unit through the cable grip '.
# Slide the supplied country adapter ; onto the mains unit :.
# Plug the mains unit : into a wall socket.
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Inserting the batteries/accupack
For powering the bodypack transmitter, you can either use two 1.5 V AA size batteries or the
rechargeable Sennheiser BA 2015 accupack.
# Push the two catches * in the direction of the arrows and open the battery compartment cover +.
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# Insert the two batteries or the accupack as shown above.
Observe correct polarity when inserting the batteries/accupack.
# Close the battery compartment.
The battery compartment cover + locks into place with an audible click.
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Putting the devices into operation
Charging the accupack
To charge the BA 2015 accupack:
# Insert the bodypack transmitter into the L 2015 charger (optional accessory).
The L 2015 charger can only charge the combination BA 2015 accupack/bodypack
transmitter. Standard batteries (primary cells) or individual rechargeable battery
cells cannot be charged.
Connecting the microphone cable/instrument cable
The audio input is designed for the connection of both condenser microphones and instruments (e.g. guitars). DC powering of the condenser microphones is via the audio input.
# Use one of the recommended Sennheiser microphones or the optional CI 1 instrument
cable.
# Connect the 3.5 mm jack plug / from the Sennheiser microphone or instrument cable to
the 3.5 mm jack socket MIC/LINE &.
# Lock the 3.5 mm jack plug by screwing down the coupling ring 9 of the cable.
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# Via the operating menu, adjust the sensitivity of the microphone/line input.
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Attaching and positioning the corresponding microphones
ME 2/ME 4
# Use the microphone clip : to attach the microphone to clothing (e.g. tie, lapel).
The ME 2 clip-on microphone (shown on the right in the diagram) has an omni-directional
pick-up pattern. It is therefore not necessary to position it precisely.
# Attach the ME 2 microphone as close as possible to the sound source.
The ME 4 clip-on microphone (shown on the left in the diagram) has a cardioid pick-up
pattern.
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# Position the ME 4 microphone so that its sound inlet is directed towards the sound source
(e.g. mouth).
ME 3
# Adjust the ME 3 headmic so that a comfortable and secure fit is ensured.
The ME 3 headmic has a cardioid pick-up pattern.
# Position the microphone so that its sound inlet is directed towards the sound source
(e.g. mouth).
Attaching the bodypack transmitter to clothing
You can use the belt clip ; to attach the bodypack transmitter to clothing (e.g. belt, waistband).
The belt clip is detachable so that you can also attach the transmitter with the antenna
pointing downwards. To do so, withdraw the belt clip ; from its fixing points and attach it
the other way round. The belt clip ; is secured so that it cannot slide out of its fixing points
accidentally.
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Putting the devices into operation
To detach the belt clip:
# Lift one side of the belt clip as shown in the diagram on the right-hand side.
# Press down the belt clip at one fixing point and pull it out of the transmitter housing.
# Repeat for the other side.
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SKM 100 radio microphone
Inserting the batteries/accupack
For powering the radio microphone, you can either use two 1.5 V AA size batteries or the
rechargeable Sennheiser BA 2015 accupack.
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# Unscrew the lower part of the radio microphone from the radio microphone’’s body " by
turning it counterclockwise.
When unscrewing the radio microphone during operation, the muting function is
automatically activated. ““MUTE”” appears on the display panel.
When screwing the lower part of the radio microphone back to the radio microphone’’s body, the muting function is deactivated.
# Slide back the lower part of the radio microphone as far as it will go.
# Open the battery compartment cover ,.
# Insert the batteries or the BA 2015 accupack as shown on the battery compartment
cover. Observe correct polarity when inserting the batteries/accupack.
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# Close the battery compartment cover ,.
# Push the battery compartment into the radio microphone’’s body.
# Screw the lower part of the radio microphone back to the radio microphone’’s body ".
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Putting the devices into operation
Charging the accupack
To charge the radio microphone with the inserted BA 2015 accupack (optional accessory):
# Use the LA 2 charging adapter to insert the radio microphone into the L 2015 charger
(both the charger and the charging adapter are available as optional accessories).
Changing the microphone head
The microphone head is easy to change.
# Unscrew the microphone head.
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Do not touch the contacts of the radio microphone nor the contacts of the microphone head. The contacts can become dirty or damaged if touched.
When unscrewing the microphone head during operation, the muting function is
automatically activated. ““MUTE”” appears on the display panel.
When screwing the microphone head back to the radio microphone, the muting
function is deactivated.
# Screw the desired microphone head to the radio microphone.
# Put the radio microphone back into operation.
Changing the color-coded protection ring
The color-coded protection ring ( prevents the multi-function switch * from accidental
operation. Protection rings in different colors are available as accessories. The protection
rings allow you to clearly identify each radio microphone.
# Remove the color-coded protection ring as shown in the left-hand diagram.
# Put on a new protection ring as shown in the right-hand diagram.
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Using the devices
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Using the devices
To establish a transmission link, proceed as follows:
1. Switch the receiver on.
2. Switch a transmitter on.
The transmission link is established and the receiver’’s RF level display ““RF”” reacts.
If you cannot establish a transmission link between transmitter and receiver:
# Make sure that transmitter and receiver are set to the same frequency bank and to the
same channel.
# If necessary, read the chapter ““If a problem occurs ...”” on page 28.
It is vital to observe the following notes:
# Make sure that the desired frequencies are listed in the enclosed frequency
information sheet.
# Make sure that the desired frequencies are approved and legal in your country
and, if necessary, apply for an operating license.
Switching the devices on/off
EM 100 receiver
To switch the receiver on:
# Briefly press the STANDBY button ".
The receiver switches on and the ““Receiver Parameters”” standard display appears.
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To switch the receiver to standby mode:
# If necessary, deactivate the lock mode (see page 21).
# Keep the STANDBY button " pressed until ““OFF”” appears on the display panel.
When in the operating menu, pressing the STANDBY button " will cancel your entry
(ESC function) and return you to the current standard display.
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Using the devices
To completely switch the receiver off:
# Disconnect the receiver from the mains by unplugging the mains unit from the wall
socket.
SK 100 bodypack transmitter
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To switch the bodypack transmitter on (online operation):
# Push the two catches * and open the battery compartment cover +.
ON/OFF
# Briefly press the ON/OFF button ,.
The bodypack transmitter transmits an RF signal. The transmission icon 3 is
displayed.
The red ON LED # lights up and the standard display ““Frequency/Name”” appears
on the display panel.
You can switch the bodypack transmitter on and deactivate the RF signal on switch-on.
For more information, see below.
To switch the bodypack transmitter off:
# If necessary, deactivate the lock mode (see page 21).
ON/OFF
# Press the ON/OFF button , until ““OFF”” appears on the display panel. The red
ON LED # goes off and the display panel turns off.
When in the operating menu, pressing the ON/OFF button , will cancel your entry
(ESC function) and return you to the current standard display.
To switch the bodypack transmitter on and to deactivate the RF signal on switch-on (offline
operation):
ON/OFF
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# Press the ON/OFF button , until ““RF Mute On?”” appears on the display panel.
# Press the SET button '.
The transmission frequency is displayed but the bodypack transmitter does not
transmit an RF signal. The transmission icon 3 is not displayed.
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Use this function to save battery power or to prepare a bodypack transmitter for use
during live operation without causing interference to existing transmission links.
To activate the RF signal:
ON/OFF
SET
# Briefly press the ON/OFF button ,.
““RF Mute Off”” appears on the display panel.
# Press the SET button '.
The transmission icon 3 is displayed again.
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To switch the radio microphone on (online operation):
ON/OFF
# Briefly press the ON/OFF button -.
The radio microphone transmits an RF signal. The transmission icon 3 is displayed.
The red ON LED ) lights up and the standard display ““Frequency/Name”” appears
on the display panel.
You can switch the radio microphone on and deactivate the RF signal on switch-on.
For more information, see below.
To switch the radio microphone off:
# If necessary, deactivate the lock mode (see page 21).
ON/OFF
# Press the ON/OFF button - until ““OFF”” appears on the display panel. The red
ON LED ) goes off and the display panel turns off.
When in the operating menu, pressing the ON/OFF button - will cancel your entry
(ESC function) and return you to the current standard display.
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Using the devices
To switch the radio microphone on and to deactivate the RF signal on switch-on (offline
operation):
ON/OFF
# Press the ON/OFF button - until ““RF Mute On?”” appears on the display panel.
# Press the multi-function switch *.
The transmission frequency is displayed but the radio microphone does not
transmit an RF signal. The transmission icon 3 is not displayed.
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Use this function to save battery power or to prepare a radio microphone for use
during live operation without causing interference to existing transmission links.
To activate the RF signal:
ON/OFF
# Briefly press the ON/OFF button -.
““RF Mute Off”” appears on the display panel.
# Press the multi-function switch *.
The transmission icon 3 is displayed again.
Synchronizing a transmitter with the receiver
You can synchronize a suitable transmitter of the ew 100 G3 series with the receiver. During
synchronization, the following parameters are transferred to the transmitter:
Setting
Transferred parameters
““Frequency Preset””
Currently set frequency
““Name””
Freely selectable name currently set on the receiver
““Pilot Tone””
Current pilot tone setting of the receiver (““Inactive””/““Active””)
To transfer the parameters:
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button & on the receiver.
““Sync”” appears on the display panel of the receiver.
# Place the infra-red interface of the transmitter (see page 7 and 9) in front of the infrared interface of the receiver %.
The parameters are transferred to the transmitter. When the transfer is completed, ““ ””
appears on the display panel. The receiver then switches back to the current standard
display.
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To cancel the transfer:
# Press the STANDBY button on the receiver.
Using the devices
““ ”” appears on the display panel of the receiver. ““ ”” also appears if:
–– no transmitter was found or the transmitter is not compatible,
–– no transmitter was found and the synchronization process was canceled after
30 seconds,
–– you canceled the transfer.
Deactivating the lock mode temporarily
You can activate or deactivate the automatic lock mode via the ““Auto Lock”” menu item (see
page 25). If the lock mode is activated, you have to temporarily deactivate it In order to be
able to operate the devices:
EM 100
# Press the UP/DOWN button.
““Unlock?”” appears on the display panel.
SET
# Press the SET button.
The lock mode is temporarily deactivated (see below).
SK 100
# Press the rocker button.
““Unlock?”” appears on the display panel.
SET
# Press the SET button.
The lock mode is temporarily deactivated (see below).
SKM 100
# Move the multi-function switch upwards/downwards.
““Unlock?”” appears on the display panel.
# Press the multi-function switch.
The lock mode is temporarily deactivated (see below).
How you are using the devices determines how long the lock mode remains deactivated:
When in the operating menu
The lock mode is deactivated as long as you are working with the operating menu.
When one of the standard displays is shown
The lock mode is automatically activated after 10 seconds.
Prior to this, the lock mode icon flashes, indicating that the lock mode is being activated.
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Using the devices
Muting the audio signal or deactivating the RF signal
EM 100
To mute the audio signal:
# When one of the standard displays is shown on the display panel, press the
STANDBY button.
““RX Mute On?”” appears on the display panel.
SET
# Press the SET button.
The audio signal is muted.
To unmute the audio signal:
# Press the STANDBY button.
““RX Mute Off?”” appears on the display panel.
SET
# Press the SET button.
The muting is canceled.
SK 100
%
3
543.200 MHz
ew100 G3
AF
P MUTE
6
The MUTE switch % allows you to mute the audio signal or to deactivate the RF signal. Via the
““Mute Mode”” menu item, you can set the desired function of the MUTE switch %:
Setting
Slide the MUTE switch % ...
Function
““Disabled””
... to the left (position MUTE)
None
““RF On/Off””
... to the left (position MUTE)
Deactivates the RF signal
(offline operation)
... to the right
Activates the RF signal
(online operation)
... to the left (position MUTE)
Mutes the audio signal
... to the right
Unmutes the audio signal
““AF On/Off””
# From the ““Mute Mode”” menu item, select the desired setting (see page 27).
# Exit the operating menu.
# Slide the MUTE switch % to the left, to the position MUTE.
The bodypack transmitter reacts as indicated in the table.
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Using the devices
The current state of the muting function or the RF signal is displayed on the display panel of
the bodypack transmitter.
Audio signal is muted
Transmitter’’s display panel:
““MUTE”” 6 is displayed
Audio signal is activated (muting is canceled)
Transmitter’’s display panel:
““MUTE”” 6 is not displayed
RF signal is deactivated
Transmitter’’s display panel:
Transmission icon 3 is not displayed
RF signal is activated
Transmitter’’s display panel:
Transmission icon 3 is displayed
You can also deactivate the RF signal on switch-on. For more information, refer to
the chapter ““Switching the devices on/off”” on page 18.
Using the ON/OFF button, you can also activate/deactivate the RF signal during
operation. To do so, briefly press the ON/OFF button and proceed as described on 18.
SKM 100
You can deactivate the RF signal on switch-on. For more information, refer to the chapter
““Switching the devices on/off”” on 20.
To deactivate the RF signal during operation:
ON/OFF
# When one of the standard displays is shown on the display panel, press the
ON/OFF button.
““RX Mute On?”” appears on the display panel.
# Proceed as described on 20.
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Using the devices
Selecting a standard display
EM 100
# Press the UP/DOWN button to select a standard display:
Contents of the display
40
25
10
RF
PEAK
0
-10
-20
-30
AF
40
25
10
RF
40
25
10
RF
1. 1
ew100 G3
543.200 MHz
P
MUTE
PEAK
0
-10
-20
-30
AF
Soundcheck
543.200 MHz
MUTE
PEAK
MUTE
0
-10
-20
-30
AF
440 Hz
Selectable standard display
““Receiver Parameters””
appears after switch-on of the receiver and displays the
receiver parameters (see page 5).
““Soundcheck”” (display with additional function)
displays the signal quality within the transmission area.
““Guitar Tuner”” (display with additional function)
displays the guitar tuner.*
* The ““Guitar Tuner”” standard display is deactivated upon delivery. To show this standard
display, you have to activate it (see page 26).
Information on the soundcheck function and the guitar tuner function can be found
in the instruction manual of the EM 100 receiver available on the ew G3 product
page at www.sennheiser.com.
SK 100 and SKM 100
To select a standard display:
SK 100
SKM 100
Press the rocker button
Contents of the display
““Frequency/Name””
B.Ch: 20.24
543.200 MHz
““Channel/Frequency””
ew100 G3
B.Ch: 20.24
““Channel/Name””
AF
AF
24
Selectable standard display
543.200 MHz
ew100 G3
AF
P MUTE
P MUTE
P MUTE
Move the multi-function switch
Overview of the operating menus
Overview of the operating menus
For more detailed information on the operating menus, refer to the individual
instruction manuals of the devices. These instruction manuals can be downloaded from the respective product pages at www.sennheiser.com.
EM 100
Main menu
“Menu“
Squelch
Easy Setup
Frequency Preset
Name
AF Out
Equalizer
Auto Lock
Advanced
Extended menu
Exit
“Advanced Menu“
“Easy Setup“
Reset List
Current List
Scan New List
Exit
Tune
Guitar Tuner
Pilot Tone
LCD Contrast
Reset
Software Revision
Exit
When one of the standard displays is shown on the display panel, you can get into the main
menu by pressing the SET button #. The extended menu ““Advanced Menu”” and the
submenu ““Easy Setup”” can be accessed via the corresponding menu items.
Display
Function of the menu item
Main menu ““Menu””
Squelch
Adjusts the squelch threshold
Adjustment range: adjustable in three steps ““Low””, ““Middle””, ““High””
Special function (for servicing purposes only): With the squelch threshold set to ““Low”” ,
you switch the squelch off by keeping the DOWN ! pressed. If you then press the UP
button !, you switch the squelch on again.
CAUTION!
Danger of hearing damage and material damage!
If you switch the squelch off or adjust the squelch threshold to a
very low value, loud hissing noise can occur in the receiver.
The hissing noise can be loud enough to cause hearing damage
or overload the loudspeakers of your system!
# Always make sure that the squelch is switched on (see above).
# Before adjusting the squelch threshold, set the volume of
the audio output level to the minimum.
# Never change the squelch threshold during a live transmission.
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Overview of the operating menus
Display
Function of the menu item
Easy Setup
Scans for unused frequency presets, releases and selects frequency presets
Frequency Preset
Changes the frequency bank and the channel
Name
Enters a freely selectable name
AF Out
Adjusts the audio output level
Adjustment range: -24 dB to +24 dB, adjustable in 3-dB steps, 6 dB gain reserve
Special function ““gain reserve””: When you have adjusted a level of +18 dB, press the
UP button ! until the next higher value appears.
Equalizer
Changes the frequency response of the output signal
Auto Lock
Activates/deactivates the automatic lock mode
Advanced
Calls up the extended menu ““Advanced Menu””
Exit
Exits the operating menu and returns to the current standard display
„„Easy Setup““
Reset List
Releases all locked frequency presets and selects an unused frequency preset
Current List
Selects an unused frequency preset
Scan New List
Scans for unused receiving frequencies (frequency preset scan)
Exit
Exits the submenu ““Easy Setup”” and returns to the main menu
Extended menu ““Advanced Menu””
Tune
Sets the receiving frequencies for the frequency bank ““U””
Special function: Sets a channel and a receiving frequency for the frequency bank ““U””:
Select this menu item and call it up by pressing the SET button # until the channel selection appears.
Guitar Tuner
Selects the mode of the guitar tuner function
Pilot Tone
Activates/deactivates the pilot tone evaluation
LCD Contrast
Adjusts the contrast of the display panel
Reset
Resets the receiver
Software Revision
Displays the current software revision
Exit
Exits the extended menu ““Advanced Menu”” and returns to the main menu
SK 100 and SKM 100
SK 100
SKM 100
Main menu
“Menu“
Main menu
“Menu”
Sensitivity
Frequency Preset
Name
Auto Lock
Advanced
Exit
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Extended menu
“Advanced Menu”
Tune
Mute Mode
Cable Emulation
Pilot Tone
LCD Contrast
Reset
Software Revision
Exit
Sensitivity
Frequency Preset
Name
Auto Lock
Advanced
Exit
Extended menu
“Advanced Menu“
Tune
Pilot Tone
LCD Contrast
Reset
Software Revision
Exit
Cleaning the devices
Display
Function of the menu item
Main menu
Sensitivity
Adjusts the sensitivity ““AF””
Frequency Preset*
Changes the frequency bank and the channel
Name*
Enters a freely selectable name
Auto Lock
Activates/deactivates the automatic lock mode
Advanced
Calls up the extended menu ““Advanced Menu””
Exit
Exits the operating menu and returns to the current standard display
Extended menu ““Advanced Menu””
Tune
Sets the transmission frequencies for the frequency bank ““U””
Special function: Sets a channel and a transmission frequency for the frequency bank ““U””
# Select this menu item and call it up by pressing the SET button (SK)/the multi-function
switch (SKM) until the channel selection appears.
Mute Mode (SK only)
Sets the mode for the MUTE switch
Cable Emulation (SK only) Emulates guitar cable lengths/guitar cable capacities
Pilot Tone*
Activates/deactivates the pilot tone transmission
LCD Contrast
Adjusts the contrast of the display panel
Reset
Resets the bodypack transmitter/radio microphone
Software Revision
Displays the current software revision
Exit
Exits the extended menu ““Advanced Menu”” and returns to the main menu
* For information on the sychronization of transmitters with receivers, refer to 20.
Cleaning the devices
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.
# Keep all liquids away from the devices.
EM 100
# Before cleaning, disconnect the device from the mains.
# Use a slightly damp cloth to clean the receiver from time to time. Do not use any solvents
or cleansing agents.
SK 100
# Use a slightly damp cloth to clean the bodypack transmitter from time to time. Do not
use any solvents or cleansing agents.
SKM 100
# Use a slightly damp cloth to clean the radio microphone from time to time. Do not use any
solvents or cleansing agents.
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Cleaning the devices
To clean the radio microphone’’s sound inlet basket (MMD 835-1, MMD 845-1, MMD 935-1,
MMD 945-1, MME 865-1):
# Unscrew the upper sound inlet basket from the microphone head by turning it counterclockwise.
CAUTION!
Liquids can damage the microphone head!
Liquids can damage the microphone head.
# Only clean the upper sound inlet basket.
# Remove the foam insert.
# There are two ways to clean the sound inlet basket:
–– Use a slightly damp cloth to clean the upper sound inlet basket from the inside and
outside
–– or scrub with a brush and rinse with clear water.
# If necessary, clean the foam insert with a mild detergent or replace the foam insert.
# Dry the upper sound inlet basket.
# Dry the foam insert.
# Reinsert the foam insert.
# Replace the sound inlet basket on the microphone head and screw it tight.
You should also clean the contact rings of the microphone head from time to time:
# Wipe the contact rings of the microphone head with a dry cloth.
For information on cleaning the MMK 965-1 microphone head, refer to its instruction
manual.
If a problem occurs ...
EM 100
Problem
Receiver cannot be operated, ““Locked”” appears
on the display panel
No operation indication
No RF signal
Possible cause
Lock mode is activated
Possible solution
Deactivate the lock mode (see page 21).
No mains connection
Transmitter and receiver are not on the
same channel
Check the connections of the mains unit.
Set the transmitter and receiver to the same
channel. To do so, use the synchronization
function (see page 20)
Check the squelch threshold setting
(see page 25).
Reduce the distance between transmitter and
receiving antennas.
Transmitter is out of range
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Cleaning the devices
Problem
RF signal available,
no audio signal,
““MUTE”” appears on the
display panel
Possible cause
Transmitter is muted (““MUTE””)
or
transmitter doesn’’t transmit a pilot tone
Possible solution
Cancels the muting (see page 22).
Switch the pilot tone transmission on the transmitter on (see page 27).
Switch the pilot tone evaluation on the receiver
off (see page 26).
Receiver’’s squelch threshold is adjusted Reduce the squelch threshold
too high
(see page 25).
Reposition the antennas.
Audio signal has a high
Transmitter sensitivity is adjusted too
Adjust the transmitter sensitivity correctly
level of background noise low/high
(““Sensitivity””, see page 27).
Audio signal is distorted Transmitter sensitivity is adjusted too
Adjust the transmitter sensitivity correctly
high
(““Sensitivity””, see page 27).
Receiver’’s audio output level is adjusted Reduce the audio output level
too high
(““AF Out””, see page 26).
No access to a certain
During scanning, an RF signal has been
Set the transmitter operating on this channel to
channel
detected on this channel and the channel a different channel and redo the frequency
has been locked
preset scan (see page 26).
During scanning, a transmitter of your
Switch the transmitter off and redo the
system operating on this channel has
frequency preset scan (see page 26).
not been switched off
None of the diversity
Receiver’’s squelch threshold is adjusted Reduce the squelch threshold (see page 25).
displays I or II appears on too high
the display panel
Transmitter’’s RF signal is too weak
Increase the transmission power of the
transmitter.
Reduce the distance between transmitter and
receiver.
Antennas are not connected correctly
Check the antenna cables or the antennas.
During the soundcheck,
One of the antennas is not connected
Check the antenna cable or the antenna.
only one diversity display correctly
(I or II) appears on the
Antennas are not optimally positioned
Reposition the antennas.
display panel
SK 100 and SKM 100
Problem
Possible cause
Possible solution
Devices cannot be operated, ““Locked”” appears
on the display panel
Lock mode is activated
Deactivate the lock mode (see page 21).
No operation indication
Batteries are flat or
accupack is flat
Replace the batteries or recharge the accupack
(see page 15).
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Cleaning the devices
Problem
Possible cause
No RF signal at the
receiver
Bodypack transmitter/radio microphone Synchronize the bodypack transmitter/radio
and receiver are not on the same channel microphone with the receiver (see page 20).
Possible solution
Set the bodypack transmitter/radio microphone to the same channel as the receiver.
Bodypack transmitter/radio microphone
is out of range
Check the squelch threshold setting on the
receiver.
Reduce the distance between bodypack
transmitter/radio microphone and receiving
antenna.
RF signal available,
no audio signal,
““MUTE”” appears on the
display panel of the
receiver
RF signal is deactivated (““RF Mute””)
Activate the RF signal (see page 23).
Bodypack transmitter/radio microphone
is muted (MUTE)
Cancels the muting (see page 22).
Receiver’’s squelch threshold is adjusted
too high
Reduce the squelch threshold setting on the
receiver.
Bodypack transmitter/radio microphone
doesn’’t transmit a pilot tone
Activate or deactivate the pilot tone transmission (see page 27).
Audio signal has a high
Bodypack transmitter’’s/radio microlevel of background noise phone’’s sensitivity is adjusted too low/
or is distorted
too high
Adjust the input sensitivity (see page 27).
If a problem occurs that is not listed in the above table or if the problem cannot be solved with the proposed solutions,
please contact your local Sennheiser partner for assistance. To find a Sennheiser partner in your country, search at
www.sennheiser.com under ““Service & Support””.
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Specifications
Specifications
EM 100
RF characteristics
Modulation
Receiving frequency ranges
Switching bandwidth
Nominal/peak deviation
Receiver principle
Sensitivity (with HDX, peak deviation)
wideband FM
516––558, 566––608, 626––668, 734––776,
780––822, 823––865 MHz (A to E, G, see page 4)
1,680 frequencies, tuneable in steps of 25 kHz
20 frequency banks, each with up to 12 factory-preset
channels, intermodulation-free
1 frequency bank with up to 12 user programmable
channels
42 MHz
±24 kHz / ±48 kHz
true diversity
< 2,5 xV for 52 dBA rms S/N
Adjacent channel rejection
Intermodulation attenuation
Blocking
Squelch
Pilot tone squelch
Antenna inputs
typ. ≥ 65 dB
typ. ≥ 65 dB
≥ 70 dB
Off, Low: 5 dBµV, Middle: 15 dBµV, High: 25 dBµV
can be switched off
2 BNC sockets
Receiving frequencies
AF characteristics
Compander system
EQ presets (switchable,
affect the line and monitor outputs):
Preset 1: ““Flat””
Preset 2: ““Low Cut””
Preset 3: ““Low Cut/High Boost””
Preset 3: ““High Boost””
S/N ratio (1 mV, peak deviation)
THD
AF output voltage
(at peak deviation, 1 kHz AF)
Adjustment range of audio output level
Sennheiser HDX
––3 dB at 180 Hz
––3 dB at 180 Hz
+6 dB at 10 kHz
+6 dB at 10 kHz
≥ 110 dBA
≤0.9%
¼’’’’ (6.3 mm) jack socket (unbalanced): +12 dBu
XLR socket (balanced): +18 dBu
48 dB (in steps of 3 dB)
+6 dB gain reserve
Overall device
Temperature range
Power supply
Current consumption
Dimensions
Weight
––10°C to +55°C
12 V
300 mA
approx. 190 x 212 x 43 mm
approx. 980 g
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Specifications
In compliance with (EM)
Europe:
EMC
Radio
Safety
USA:
47 CFR 15 subpart B
EN 301489-1/-9
EN 300422-1/-2
EN 60065
Approved by
Canada:
Industry Canada
RSS 210,
IC: 2099A-G3EM100
Mains unit*
NT 2––1
NT 2––3
Input voltage
110 V~ or 230 V~,
50/60 Hz
9 VA
13 V
300 mA
––10 °C to +40 °C
100 to 240 V~,
50/60 Hz
max. 120 mA
12 V
400 mA
––10 °C to +40 °C
Power/current consumption
Output voltage
Secondary output current
Temperature range
* depending on country variant
In compliance with
Europe:
EMC
NT 2-3: EN 55022, EN 55024,
EN 55014-1/-2
NT 2-1: EN 55013, EN 55020,
EN 55014-1/-2
Safety
EN 60065
47 CFR 15 subpart B
ICES 003
USA:
Canada:
Certified by cCSAus KL, 60065, CSA.
For accessories and information on connector assignment, visit the ew G3 product page at www.sennheiser.com.
SK 100 and SKM 100
RF characteristics
Modulation
Frequency ranges
Transmission frequencies
Switching bandwidth
Nominal/peak deviation
Frequency stability
RF output power at 50 Ω
Pilot tone squelch
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wideband FM
516––558, 566––608, 626––668, 734––776,
780––822, 823––865 MHz (A to E, G, see page 4)
1,680 frequencies, tuneable in steps of 25 kHz
20 frequency banks, each with up to 12 factorypreset channels, intermodulation-free
1 frequency bank with up to 12 user programmable
channels
42 MHz
±24 kHz / ±48 kHz
≤±15 ppm
typ. 30 mW
can be switched off
Specifications
AF characteristics
Compander system
AF frequency response
SK
SKM
S/N ratio (1 mV, peak deviation)
THD
Max. input voltage (SK) microphone/line
Input impedance (SK) microphone/line
Input capacitance (SK)
Adjustment range of input sensitivity
Sennheiser HDX
microphone: 80––18,000 Hz
line: 25––18,000 Hz
80––18,000 Hz
≥ 110 dBA
≤0.9 %
3 Vrms
40 kΩ, unbalanced/1 MΩ
switchable
SK: 60 dB, adjustable in steps of 3 dB
SKM: 48 dB, adjustable in steps of 6 dB
Overall device
Temperature range
Power supply
Nominal voltage
Current consumption:
––10 °C to +55 °C
2 AA size batteries, 1.5 V
or BA 2015 accupack
2.4 V
•• at nominal voltage
typ. 180 mA (30 mW)
•• with switched-off transmitter
Operating time
Dimensions
≤25 xA
typ. 8 hrs
SK: approx. 82 x 64 x 24 mm
SKM: approx. ∅ 50 x 265 mm
SK: approx. 160 g
SKM: approx. 450 g
Weight (incl. batteries)
In compliance with (SK and SKM)
Europe:
EMC
Radio
Safety
EN 301489-1/-9
EN 300422-1/-2
EN 60065, EN 62311 (SAR)
Approved by (SK)
Canada:
USA:
Industry Canada RSS 210, IC 2099A-G3SK
limited to 806 MHz
FCC-Part 74, FCC-ID: DMO G3SK
limited to 698 MHz
Approved by (SKM)
Canada:
USA:
Industry Canada RSS 210, IC: 2099A-G3SKMEM
limited to 806 MHz
FCC-Part 74, FCC-ID: DMO G3SKMEM
limited to 698 MHz
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Specifications
Microphones (SK 100)
ME 2
ME 3
ME 4
Microphone type
condenser
condenser
condenser
Sensitivity
20 mV/Pa
1.6 mV/Pa
40 mV/Pa
Pick-up pattern
omni-directional
cardioid
cardioid
Max. SPL
130 dB SPL
150 dB SPL
120 dB SPL
Microphone heads (SKM 100)
MMD 835-1
MMD 845-1
MME 865-1
Radio microphone type
dynamic
dynamic
condenser
Sensitivity
2.1 mV/Pa
1.6 mV/Pa
1.6 mV/Pa
Pick-up pattern
cardioid
super-cardioid
super-cardioid
Max. SPL
154 dB SPL
154 dB SPL
152 dB SPL
Polar diagrams and frequency response curves of the microphone heads (SKM 100)
Polar diagram MMD 835-1
30°
0°
0
Frequency response curve MMD 835-1
dBV
30°
-30
5
10
60°
60°
15
-40
20
25
90°
-50
90°
dB
-60
120°
120°
150°
125 Hz
150°
180°
250 Hz
2000 Hz
4000 Hz
500 Hz
8000 Hz
1000 Hz
16000 Hz
-80
Polar diagram MMD 845-1
30°
0°
0
-70
50
100
200
500
1k
2k
5k
10k
20k
Hz
1k
2k
5k
10k
20k
Hz
Frequency response curve MMD 845-1
dBV
30°
-30
5
10
60°
60°
15
-40
20
25
90°
90°
dB
-50
-60
120°
125 Hz
250 Hz
500 Hz
1000 Hz
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120°
150°
150°
180°
2000 Hz
4000 Hz
8000 Hz
16000 Hz
-70
-80
50
100
200
500
Manufacturer Declarations
Polar diagram MME 865-1
30°
0°
0
Frequency response curve MME 865-1
dBV
30°
-30
5
10
60°
60°
15
-40
20
25
90°
-50
90°
dB
-60
120°
125 Hz
250 Hz
120°
150°
150°
180°
-70
2000 Hz
4000 Hz
500 Hz
8000 Hz
1000 Hz
16000 Hz
-80
50
100
200
0°
500
1k
2k
5k
10k
20k
Hz
90°
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.
In compliance with the following requirements
•• RoHS Directive (2002/95/EU)
•• WEEE Directive (2002/96/EU)
Please dispose of these products at the end of their operational lifetime by taking
it to your local collection point or recycling center for such equipment.
•• Battery Directive (2006/66/EU)
The supplied batteries or rechargeable batteries of the transmitters can be recycled.
Please dispose of them as special waste or return them to your specialist dealer.
In order to protect the environment, only dispose of exhausted batteries.
CE Declaration of Conformity
SK / SKM 100: 0682
0682
•• R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EU), EMC Directive (2004/108/EU),
Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EU)
The declarations are available at www.sennheiser.com. Before putting the devices into
operation, please observe the respective country-specific regulations.
•• EM 100:
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Manufacturer Declarations
Statements regarding FCC and Industry Canada
These devices comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) these devices may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) these devices must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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.
These class B digital devices comply 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.
Before putting the devices into operation, please observe the respective country-specific
regulations!
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www.sennheiser.com
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Publ. 01/09
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