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105 SYSTEM
User's Guide
105UPR 15BT 15HT 15XT
ON-CAMERA
UHF WIRELESS MICROPHONE SYSTEM
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Q U A L I T Y Y O U C A N H E A R
Thank you for purchasing Azden's 105 wireless microphone system. Depending on
which system you ordered this package will contain one or more of the following components: the 105UPR receiver, the 15BT body-pack transmitter with EX-503L lavalier microphone, the 15XT XLR plug-in transmitter andlor the 15HT handheld microphone
transmitter. This equipment is designed primarily for video cameras but is usable with
most electronic components having a microphone level input. The 105UPR allows you to
"receive" audio from one transmitter at a time.
RECEIVER (105UPR)
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(1) Remove the battery compartment lid by sliding it down.
(2) Insert two fresh Alkaline* "AA" batteries into the compartment. Make sure the battery
polarity is correct as marked inside the battery compartment.
(3) POWER:
Switches the receiver "ON" or "OFF".
(4) MIC OUT jack:
The 105UPR is supplied with a mini-to-mini cable.
For mini jack microphone inputs: Use the supplied mini-to-mini cable. Plug one
end of the cable into the receiver and the other end of the cable into the microphone input of the video camera.
For 3-pin XLR microphone inputs: Use the optional mini-to-XLR cable (MX-1).
Plug the mini-plug end of the cable into the receiver (use the screw-down sleeve
to secure it to the receiver) and plug the XLR end of the cable into the microphone input of the video camera.
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(5) Frequency Selection:
Frequency adjustment is accomplished by setting the controls inside the battery compartment. With the frequency GROUP dial on the left (column A on the included chart)
you can select any of 10 frequency groups (numbered 0-9). With the frequency CHANNEL dial on the right (column B on the included chart) you can select any of 10 frequency
channels (numbered 0-9). There are 92 possible combinations.
(6) Phone Jack:
Plug an earphone into this jack to monitor the sound. The jack is wired to work with either
mono or stereo headphones (you will hear mono in both ears).
(7) LED indicator:
This LED turns RED when the receiver is turned "ON" and GREEN when receiving a
signal from the transformer.
(8) Phone Output Adjustment: Using the supplied tool, turn the screw clockwise to increase earphone level and counterclockwiseto decrease.
(9) Shoe-Mount:
Attach the 105UPR to the shoe-mount of the video camera by sliding it into place. Turn
the thumbwheel clockwise to tighten. Reverse this procedure to remove.
(10) Antenna: For best reception the antenna should be pointed in an upward fashion.
Use caution, and do not force it into this position.
BODYPACK TRANSMITTER (15BT)
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(11) Remove the battery compartment lid by sliding it down.
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(12) Insert two fresh "AA" Alkaline* batteries into the compartment. Make sure the battery polarity is correct as marked inside the battery compartment.
In addition to the battery, inside the battery compartment you will find:
(13) MIC lnput LEVEL Control:
This control enables you to adjust the input level of the microphone. Using the supplied
tool, turn the dial clockwise to increase, or counterclockwiseto decrease the input level.
(14) POWER:
Switches the transmitter "ON" or "OFF",
(15) MIC lnput Jack:
Plug the supplied EX-503L microphone into the MIC input jack and tighten the collar until
snug (DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN). In addition to the EX-503L, other lapel andlor headset
microphones with 3.5mm mini plugs can also be used withithe 15BT.
(16) Frequency Selection:
Frequency adjustment is accomplished by setting the controls inside the battery compartment. With the frequency GROUP dial on the left (column A on the included chart)
you can select any of 10 frequency groups (numbered 0-9). With the frequency CHANNEL dial on the right (column B on the included chart) you can select any of 10 frequency
channels (numbered 0-9). There are 92 possible combinations.
(17) Audio Standby:
The AudiolStandby switch ierves as a mute switch. In the STBY position the audio output from the 15BT is muted while in the ON position audio is transmitted.
(18) Belt clip
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XLR PLUG-IN TRANSMITTER (15XT)
(19) Open the battery compartment lid and insert 2 fresh "AA" Alkaline batteries. Make
sure the battery polarity is correct as marked inside the battery compartment
(20) POWER:
Switches the transmitter "ON" or "OFF"
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(21) AUDIO:
Prior to first turning the 15XT "ON" it is best to set the AUDIO switch to "OFF". When
you are ready to begin transmitting, switch to "ON". The "OFF" position acts as a
'mutete"that maintains the RF signal but turns off the audio.
(22) MIC ConnectorlLocking Ring:
This 3-pin XLR connector is the microphone input. Any low impedance microphone
with a corresponding connector can be attached here. Once the microphone is plugged
into the 15XT the locking ring should be rotated clockwise until snug. To remove the
microphone, first rotate the locking ring counterclockwise and then, while pressing the
XLR release, pull the microphone away from the 15XT.
(23) MIC Input LEVEL Control:
The MIC input LEVEL control enables you to adjust the inpd level.of the connected
microphone. Using the supplied tool, turn the dial clockwise to increase, or counterclockwise to decrease the input level.
(24) Frequency Selection:
Frequency adjustment is accomplished by setting the controls ingMe the battery compartment. With the frequency GROUP dial on the left (column A on the included chart)
you can select any of 10 frequency groups (numbered 0-9). With the frequency CHANNEL dial on the right (column B on the included chart) you can select any of 10 frequency channels (numbered 0-9). There are 92 possible combinations.
HANDHELD MlCROPHONErTRANSMlTTER (15HT)
(24) Remove the battery compartment cover by rotating it counterclockwiseand sliding it
down.
(25) Insert two fresh Alkaline* "AA" batteries* into the compartment. Make sure the battery
polarityis correct as marked inside the battery compartment.
In the battery compartment you.will also find #26 and #27:
(26) MIC LEVEL Control:
The MIC LEVEL control enables you to adjust the audio level of the microphone. Using the
supplied tool, turn the dial clockwise to increase, or counterclockwiseto decrease the
microphone's audio level.
(27) Frequency Selection:
Frequency adjustment is accomplishedby setting thecontrols inside'thebattery
compartment. With the frequency GROUP dial on the left (columnAon the included chart)
you can select any of 10 frequency groups (numbered 0-9). With the frequency CHANNEL
dial on the right (column B on the included chart) you can select any'of 10 frequency
channels (numbered 0-9). There are 92 possible combinations.
Operating the system
Because this is a frequency agile system, the receiver and transmitter must be on the same
Receivenransmit frequency. Follow the instruction#5,16,24 and 27. Make sure both the
receiver and transmitter are on the same channel.
105UPR Receiver
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After installing new batteries, mount the receiver to your video camera with the supplied
shoe mount or hook & loop fastener. Connect the output cable to the receiver and to the
microphone input on the vide mmera. Switch the 105UPR to "ON" and the power
indicator (7) should come o ,~ed'?If it doesn't, check the batteries.When the 105UPR
receives a signal from the transmitter the LED indicator will change t m e n : If it does not,
make sure both the receiver and transmitter are on matching channhs:
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15BT Transmitter
Plug in the supplied lapel microphone and clip it to your subject. The microphone should be
placed 4-12 inches from your subject's mouth. Clip the transmitter to a belt using the
supplied belt-clip or place it in a pocket. Switch the 15BT to "ON" and the power indicator
should come on. If it does not, check the batteries. Have someone speak into the
microphone as you monitor the sound through the receiver's phone output. If the sound is
distorted lower the MIC input level on the transmitter. If there is not enough volume raise the
MIC input level on the transmitter.
15XT Transmitter
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Switch the transmitter to "ONnand the power indicator should come on. If it does not, check
the batteries. Have someone speak into the microphone as you monitor the sound through
the camera's monitor output. If the sound is distorted lower the level control on the
transmitter. If there is not enough gain raise the level control on the transmitter.
35HT Transmitter
Switch the transmitter to "ONnand the power1 indicator should come on. If it does not, check
the batteries. Have someone speak into the microphone as you monitor the sound through
the camera's monitor output. If the sound is distorted lower the level control on the
transmitter. If there is not enough gain raise the level control on the transmitter.
Important information
Licensing of this, or any k d e n wireless equipment Is the user's responsibility. The ability to receive a license depends largely on the
user's classification, application and frequency. Contact the appropriate agency (FCC in the US) for further information.
These devices comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to Ule 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.
NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized mdifications to this equipment
Such modifications could w i d the u s e k authority to operate the equipment.
These devices and their antenna@)must not be co.located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
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Specifications
IOSUPR Receiver
Frequency Range
Type of Reception
Oscillator
RF Squelch Level
Frequency Response
SIN Ratio
Audio Out
Batteries
Dimensions
Weight
UHF 92 Selectable Frequencies (566.25-589.75MHz)
FM
PLL Synthesized.
-92dBm
50Hz - 12kHz
>57dB ( ~ 5 k H z'A) " Weighted
MIC.Level - Balanced - 3.5mm Mini-Jack
-57 bdBm -600 ? @ i 5kHz deviation
2 'AA" Alkaline (2 x 1.5V) - 6-8 hours runtime
2 'AA" rechargeable Ni-MH (2 x 1.2V)
2.48.W x 3.86"H x 1.06"D (63 x 98 x 27 mm)
Approx. 6.35oz(180g) whatteries
1SBT
Body-pack Transmitter
Frequency Range
UHF 92 Selectable Frequencies (566.25-589.75MHz)
Oscillator
PLL Synthesized
RF Power
25mW
Frequency Response 50Hz - 15kHz
Max. Deviation
24OkHz @ lkHz Modulation, MIC Input - I l d B m
Batteries
2 "AA" Alkaline (2 x 1.5V) - 6-8 hours runtime
2 'AA" rechargeable Ni-MH(2 x 1.2V)
Dimensions
2.48"W x 3.86"H x 1.06"D (63 x 98 x 27 mm)
Weight
Approx. 5.640~(160g) whatteries
15XT
Plug-In Transmitter
Frequency Range
Oscillator
Antenna
RF Power
Frequency Response
Reference Deviation
Battery
Dimensions
Weight
15HT
UHF 92 Selectable Frequencies (566.25-589.75MHz)
PLL Synthesized
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Internal
25mW
50Hz - 12kHz
~ 5 k H (-60dBm
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- IkHz input)
2 "AA" Alkaline (2 x 1.5V) - 6-8 hours runtime
2 "AA" rechargeable Ni-MH(2 x 1.2V)
1.57"W x 1.57"H x 4.49"L (40 x 40 x 114 mm)
Approx. 6.3502 (1809) whattery
Handheld MicrophonelTransmitter
Frequency Range
UHF 92 Selectable Frequencies (566.25-589.75MHz)
Oscillator
PLL Synthesized
25mW
RF Power
Frequency Response 50Hz - 12kHz
Reference Deviation *5kHz (-6OdBm - IkHz input))
Batteries
2 'AA" Alkaline (2 x 1.5V) -6-8 hours runtime
2 'AA" rechargeable Ni-MH (2 x 1.2V)
Dimensions
01.73" x 9.05"L (44 x 230 mm)
Weight
Approx. 4.580~(1309) wbatteries
Due to constant improvements, specifications are subject to change without notice.
Azden Corporation, 147 New Hyde Park Road, P.O. Box 10, Franklin Square, NY 11010
tel - 516.328.7500 *fax - 516.328.7506 email - sales@azdencorp.com
O 2008 Azden Corporation
Printed in USA
PI 070-03
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