ew300 IEM G2

ew300 IEM G2
W 300 IEM
Instructions for use
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Thank you for choosing Sennheiser!
We have designed this product to give you reliable operation over many
years. Over half a century of accumulated expertise in the design and
manufacture of high-quality electro-acoustic equipment have made
Sennheiser a world-leading company in this field.
Please take a few moments to read these instructions carefully, as we want
you to enjoy your new Sennheiser products quickly and to the fullest.
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Contents
The ew 300 IEM G2 system .................................................................................. 4
The channel bank system .............................................................................................
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Safety instructions ................................................................................................. 5
System components .............................................................................................. 5
Overview of operating controls ........................................................................... 6
SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitter ...............................................................................
EK 300 IEM G2 stereo receiver .....................................................................................
Indications and displays on the transmitter .............................................................
Indications and displays on the receiver ...................................................................
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Preparing the components for use ..................................................................... 10
SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitter ............................................................................... 10
EK 300 IEM G2 stereo receiver ..................................................................................... 13
Using the components .......................................................................................... 14
Switching the components on/off ..............................................................................
Adjusting the volume ....................................................................................................
Adjusting the balance ....................................................................................................
Activating/deactivating the lock mode .....................................................................
Attaching the receiver to clothing ..............................................................................
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The operating menu ............................................................................................... 16
The buttons .....................................................................................................................
Overview of menus .........................................................................................................
Working with the operating menu .............................................................................
Operating menu of the stereo transmitter ................................................................
Operating menu of the stereo receiver ......................................................................
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Adjustment tips for the operating menu .......................................................... 24
Switching between channel banks .............................................................................
Switching between the channels in a channel bank ...............................................
Selecting the frequencies to be stored in the channel bank “U” ..........................
Scanning the channel banks for free channels (receiver only) .............................
Multi-channel operation ................................................................................................
Adjusting the squelch threshold (receiver only) ......................................................
Stereo/FOCUS selection (receiver only) .....................................................................
Limiting the volume at the headphone output (receiver only) ............................
Activating/deactivating the frequency boost (receiver only) ..............................
Adjusting the sensitivity (transmitter only) ............................................................
Selecting the standard display ....................................................................................
Entering a name ..............................................................................................................
Loading the factory-preset default settings .............................................................
Activating/deactivating the pilot tone evaluation (receiver only) ......................
Adjusting the contrast of the graphic display (transmitter only) .......................
Stereo/Mono selection (transmitter only) ................................................................
Activating/deactivating the lock mode .....................................................................
Exiting the operating menu ..........................................................................................
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Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................... 30
Error checklist .................................................................................................................. 30
Recommendations and tips .......................................................................................... 31
Care and maintenance ........................................................................................... 31
Additional information .......................................................................................... 32
HDX noise reduction ....................................................................................................... 32
Wireless transmission systems ................................................................................... 32
Squelch ............................................................................................................................. 33
Specifications .......................................................................................................... 34
Connector assignment ................................................................................................... 35
Accessories .............................................................................................................. 35
Manufacturer declarations ................................................................................... 36
Warranty regulations ....................................................................................................
CE Declaration of Conformity .......................................................................................
Batteries or rechargeable batteries ............................................................................
WEEE Declaration ............................................................................................................
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The ew 300 IEM G2 system
With the Sennheiser evolution wireless in-ear monitoring system ew 300 IEM G2
(suitable for both stage and broadcast use), musicians, video and sound
amateurs, reporters/broadcasters, etc. can directly monitor the received sound
signals without troublesome cables or monitor speakers being required. In
addition, the system can also be used for any application where talkback signals
are to be transmitted.
The evolution wireless in-ear monitoring system ew 300 IEM G2 is a highquality state-of-the-art RF transmission systems with a high level of
operational reliability and ease of use. Transmitter and receiver permit
wireless transmission with studio-quality sound. The excellent transmission
reliability of the ew 300 IEM G2 system is based on the use of
y further optimized PLL synthesizer and microprocessor technology,
y the HDX noise reduction system,
y the pilot tone squelch control (during stereo operation),
y and the scan function for scanning the channel banks for free channels.
The channel bank system
The ew 300 IEM G2 system is available in five UHF frequency ranges with
1440 transmission/receiving frequencies per frequency range. Please note:
Frequency usage is different for each country. Your Sennheiser agent will
have all the necessary details on the available legal frequencies for your area.
Range A:
Range B:
Range C:
Range D:
Range E:
518 to 554 MHz
626 to 662 MHz
740 to 776 MHz
786 to 822 MHz
830 to 866 MHz
Transmitter and receiver have nine channel banks with up to 12 switchable
channels each.
channel 1
preset frequency
channel 2
preset frequency
channel 12
preset frequency
channel 1
freely selectable frequency
channel 2
freely selectable frequency
channel 12
freely selectable frequency
channel bank 1...8
channel bank U
The channel banks “1” to “8” have switchable channels that are factorypreset to a transmission/receiving frequency (see enclosed frequency table).
These transmission/receiving frequencies cannot be changed but have been
preset so that e.g. country-specific regulations on frequency usage are taken
into account. The channel bank “U” (user bank) has up to 12 switchable
channels to store your selection out of 1440 transmission/receiving
frequencies that are freely selectable within the preset frequency range.
An advantage of the factory-preset frequencies is that
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y the system is ready for immediate use after switch-on,
y several in-ear monitoring systems can be operated simultaneously on the
preset channels without causing intermodulation interference.
Safety instructions
No user serviceable parts inside! Never open the transmitter, otherwise you
can receive an electric shock. If units are opened by customers in breach ofthis
instruction, the warranty becomes null and void.
The SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitter is a Class 1 device, it must only be
connected to properly grounded power outlets.
Use the transmitter in dry rooms only. Never expose it to water (eg: never
place it in a position where it could be subjected to water splashes). Do not
place any objects containing liquids on the top of the unit.
Keep the transmitter away from direct sunlight, central heating radiators,
electric heaters and similar sources of heat. Ensure sufficient ventilation,
especially when it is mounted into a 19’’ rack.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning the unit. Do not use any cleansing agents or
solvents.
Attention! High Volume!
This is a professional transmission system. Commercial use is subject to the
rules and regulations of the trade association responsible. Sennheiser, as the
manufacturer, is therefore obliged to expressly point out possible health risks
arising from use.
This system 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 damage. The following are sure signs that you have been
subjected to excessive noise for too long a time:
y You can hear ringing or whistling sounds in your ears.
y You have the impression (even for a short time only) that you can no longer
hear high notes.
System components
The system consists of:
y 1 EK 300 IEM G2 stereo receiver
y 1 SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitter
y 2 batteries
y 1 telescopic antenna for SR 300 IEM G2
y 1 NT 2-1 mains unit
y IE 4 in-ear headphones
y Instructions for use
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Overview of operating controls
SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitter
Operating controls
Graphic display panel
Headphone output (PHONES),
¼” (6.3 mm) jack socket
Display for the current channel bank “1...8, U”
Headphone volume control (VOL)
Graphic display, backlit
“B.CH“ – abbreviation for channel bank and
channel number
/ rocker button, backlit
Alphanumeric display
SET button, backlit
“MHz“ – appears when the frequency is displayed
ON button, backlit
(serves as the ESC (cancel) key in the
operating menu)
Level display for audio signal “AF I” (left and MONO),
with “PEAK” warning
Cable grip for power supply DC cable
DC socket for connection of mains unit (DC IN)
Audio input (AF IN BAL/UNBAL),
XLR-3F socket (left and MONO)
Audio input (AF IN BAL/UNBAL),
XLR-3F socket (right)
Service interface (DATA)
Type plate
Antenna output (ANT), BNC socket
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Display for the current channel number “1...12”
Level display for audio signal “AF II” (right),
with “PEAK” warning
Lock mode icon
(lock mode is activated)
Note:
For further illustrations and examples of the different
standard displays, please refer to the section
“Selecting the standard display“ on page 27.
EK 300 IEM G2 stereo receiver
Operating controls
LC display panel
Headphone output (PHONES), 3.5 mm jack socket
Alphanumeric display
Antenna
“B.CH“ – appears when the channel bank and
the channel number are displayed
Red LED for operation and
battery status indication (ON/LOW BAT)
“MHz“ – appears when the frequency is displayed
Green LED for RF signal indication (RF)
4-step battery status display
Charging contacts
Lock mode icon
(lock mode is activated)
SET button
/ rocker button (DOWN/UP)
Battery compartment
“PILOT” display
(pilot tone evaluation is activated)
Battery compartment cover
“MUTE” display
(audio output is muted)
Unlocking button
7-step level display for received audio signal “AF”
ESC button
LC display
7-step level display for received RF signal “RF”
On/off/volume control
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Indications and displays on the transmitter
Modulation display
The level display for audio signal “AF” shows the modulation of the
transmitter.
When the transmitter’s audio input level is excessively high, the level display
for audio signal “AF” shows full deflection.
When the transmitter is overmodulated frequently or for an extended period
of time, the text “PEAK” (backlit in red) flashes in alternation with the
standard display.
Button backlighting
During standby operation, the ON button is backlit in red. When the
transmitter is switched on, the SET button and the / button are
additionally backlit in green.
Indications and displays on the receiver
Operation and battery status indication
The red LED (LOW BAT/ON) provides information on the current operating
state of the receiver:
Red LED lit up:
The receiver is switched on and the capacity of the
batteries/accupack BA 2015 is sufficient.
Red LED flashing:
The batteries are/the accupack BA 2015 is going flat
(LOW BAT)!
In addition, the 4-step battery status display on the display panel provides
information on the remaining battery/accupack BA 2015 capacity:
3 segments:
2 segments:
1 segment:
Battery icon flashing:
capacity approx. 100 %
capacity approx. 70 %
capacity approx. 30 %
LOW BAT
Modulation display of the receiving transmitter
The level display for audio signal “AF” shows the modulation of the
transmitter.
When the transmitter’s audio input level is excessively high (AF peak), the
receiver’s level display for audio signal “AF” shows full deflection.
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“MUTE” display
The “MUTE” display appears on the display panel when the RF signal of the
received transmitter is too weak.
“PILOT” display
The “PILOT” display appears on the display panel when the pilot tone
evaluation is activated (see “Activating/deactivating the pilot tone
evaluation (receiver only)” on page 28).
RF signal indication
The green LED (RF) at the front of the receiver lights up when an RF signal
is being received.
However, the green LED (RF) does not light up when the audio output is
muted because
y the RF signal of the received transmitter is too weak,
y the transmitter is set to mono operation and the receiver’s pilot tone
evaluation is activated.
Display backlighting
After pressing a button, the display remains backlit for approx. 15 seconds.
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Preparing the components for use
SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitter
Mounting the transmitter feet
To ensure that the transmitter cannot slip on the surface on which it is placed,
four self-adhesive soft rubber feet are supplied.
Ensure that the base of the transmitter is clean and free from grease
before mounting the rubber feet.
Fix the rubber feet to the base of the transmitter by peeling of the safety
paper and fitting them as shown in the digram on the left.
Attention!
Some furniture surfaces have been treated with varnish, polish or
synthetics which might cause stains when they come into contact with
other synthetics. Despite a thorough testing of the synthetics used by us,
we cannot rule out the possibility of staining.
Connecting the antenna
The supplied telescopic antenna can be mounted quickly and easily to the
rear of the transmitter and is suitable for all applications where – good
transmission conditions provided – a wireless transmission system is to be
used without a large amount of installation work.
Connect the telescopic antenna to the BNC socket at the rear of the
transmitter.
Pull the end cap to extend the telescopic antenna .
Use a remote antenna (available as an accessory) when the transmitter
position is not the best antenna position for optimum transmission.
Connecting the mains unit
The transmitter is powered via a mains unit.
Pass the cable through the cable grip .
Insert the DC connector on the mains cable into the DC socket .
Connecting the amplifier/mixing console
Connect the amplifier/mixing console to the XLR-3F sockets (left and
MONO) or (right).
Both balanced and unbalanced connection is possible (see “Connector
assignment” on page 35).
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Note:
Any unit that is only suitable for mono operation must be connected to
XLR-3F socket . In this case, set the transmitter to mono operation via
the menu.
Via the “Sensitiv” menu, adjust the transmitter’s input sensitivity (see
“Adjusting the sensitivity (transmitter only)” on page 26).
Connecting the headphones/monitoring the audio signal
To monitor the audio signal, connect headphones with a ¼” (6.3 mm)
jack plug to the headphone output (PHONES) !.
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Attention! High volume!
Even short exposure to high volume levels will damage your hearing!
Set the volume for the connected headphones to the minimum before
putting the headphones on.
First, set the volume control " to the lowest volume by turning it to the
left as far as possible. Then gradually turn up the volume.
Volume up? – NO!
When people use headphones, they tend to choose a higher volume than
with loudspeakers. Listening at high volume levels for long periods can
lead to permanent hearing defects. Please protect your hearing,
Sennheiser headphones have an excellent sound quality even at low
volumes.
Service interface
The service interface is only required for servicing purposes.
19” rack adapter and antenna mount
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For mounting one or two transmitters into a 19” rack, you require the GA 2
rack adapter (available as an accessory). The GA 2 rack adapter consists of:
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y 2 rack mount “ears” #
y 1 connecting bar $
y 1 connecting plate %
y 2 covering plugs & for antenna holes
y 12 recessed head screws M 3x6
&
y 2 recessed head screws M 6x10
When mounting only one transmitter into a rack, you can use the AM 2
antenna mount (available as an accessory) to mount the transmitter’s
antenna connection to the front of the GA 2 rack adapter. The AM 2 antenna
mount consists of:
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y 2 BNC extension cables (screw-in BNC socket ' to BNC connector ()
y 2 plains washers
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y 2 nuts
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To mount two transmitters into a rack:
Place the two transmitters side by side onto a flat
surface, their bottom sides facing upwards.
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Align the connecting plate % over the holes in the
bottom sides of the transmitters.
Secure the connecting plate % using eight of the
supplied recessed head screws (M 3x6).
Hook the two rack mount “ears” # to the front panels
of the transmitters.
Secure the rack mount “ears” to the transmitters
using two of the supplied recessed head screws
(M 3x6) respectively.
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Slide the transmitters into the 19” rack.
Secure the rack mount “ears” to the rack.
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When mounting only one transmitter into a rack, use the
connecting bar $ instead of the second transmitter.
Hook the two rack mount “ears” # to the front panels
of the transmitter.
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Secure the rack mount “ears” to the transmitter using
two of the supplied recessed head screws (M 3x6)
respectively.
Secure the connecting bar $ to one of the rack mount
“ears” # using two of the supplied recessed head
screws (M 6x10).
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If you are not front mounting the antennas, insert the
two covering plugs & into the antenna holes of the
connecting bar.
Slide the transmitter into the 19” rack.
Secure the rack mount “ears” to the rack.
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To mount the transmitter’s antenna connection to the
front of the GA 2 rack adapter using the AM 2 antenna
mount:
Screw the BNC socket ' of the BNC extension cables
to the connecting bar $ using the supplied plain
washer and nut.
Connect the BNC connector ( to the BNC socket at
the rear of the transmitter.
Slide the transmitter into the 19” rack.
Secure the rack mount “ears” to the rack.
Connect the telescopic antenna to the BNC
socket '.
Pull the end cap to extend the telescopic antenna.
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EK 300 IEM G2 stereo receiver
Inserting and replacing the batteries
For powering the EK 300 IEM G2 receiver, two 1.5 V AA size batteries are
required.
Press the two unlocking buttons and open the battery compartment
cover .
Insert the two batteries as shown in the diagram on the left. Please
observe correct polarity when inserting the batteries.
Close the battery compartment. The battery compartment cover locks
into place with an audible click.
Inserting and charging the accupack
The receiver can also be powered via the rechargeable Sennheiser BA 2015
accupack. Insert the accupack into the battery compartment as described above.
The transmitter has two charging contacts and a sensing contact on its short
sides. The accupack can be recharged while remaining in the transmitter. Insert
the transmitter into the L 2015 charger (see operating manual of the L 2015
charger).
Note:
For accupack operation of the receiver, only use the BA 2015 accupack In
order to ensure optimum operational reliability. For charging the accupack,
only use the L 2015 charger. Both the accupack and the charger are
available as accessories. The accupack is fitted with an integrated sensor
which is – via a third contact – monitored by the electronics of the receiver
and the charger. The sensor is necessary for the following control purposes:
y The taking into account of the different voltage characteristics of primary cells (batteries) and accupacks. The battery status indications on
the displays, the transmission of transmitter battery status information
to the rack-mount receivers and the switch-off thresholds at the end of
the operating time are corrected correspondingly. Due to the missing
sensor, individual rechargeable battery cells will not be identified as
accupacks.
y The monitoring of the accupack temperature during charging in the
L 2015 charger.
y The prevention of improper charging of inserted primary cells (batteries). Due to the missing sensor, individual rechargeable battery cells
will also not be charged in the L 2015 charger.
Connecting the headphones
If you use the receiver as part of the monitoring system, connect the
supplied in-ear headphones or any Sennheiser stereo headphones with
3.5 mm stereo jack plug to the headphone output (PHONES) !.
Attention! High volume!
Even short exposure to high volume levels will damage your hearing!
Set the volume for the connected headphones to the minimum before
putting the headphones on.
First, set the volume control " to the lowest volume by turning it to the
left as far as possible. Then gradually turn up the volume.
Volume up? – NO!
When people use headphones, they tend to choose a higher volume than
with loudspeakers. Listening at high volume levels for long periods can lead
to permanent hearing defects. Please protect your hearing, Sennheiser
headphones have an excellent sound quality even at low volumes.
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Using the components
Switching the components on/off
Switching the transmitter on/off
Press the ON button to switch the transmitter on.
To switch the transmitter off, press the ON button until “OFF” appears on
the display.
Note:
The transmitter can only be switched off when the standard display is
shown on the display panel. Within the operating menu, the ON button
serves as the ESC (cancel) key, i.e you cancel your entry and return to the
standard display.
After switch-off, the transmitter is in standby mode. To disconnect the
transmitter from the mains, pull out the mains connector.
Switching the receiver on/off
To switch the receiver on, turn the volume control clockwise until it
clicks. The red LED lights up.
To switch the receiver off, turn the volume control counterclockwise
until it clicks. The red LED goes off.
Note:
y The receiver has a short switch-on delay.
y Remove the batteries or the accupack when the receiver will not be used
for extended periods of time.
Adjusting the volume
You can adjust the volume at the headphone output on both the transmitter
and the receiver.
Use the volume control " or to adjust the volume of the connected
headphones.
Volume up? – NO!
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When people use headphones, they tend to choose a higher volume than
with loudspeakers. Listening at high volume levels for long periods can
lead to permanent hearing defects. Please protect your hearing,
Sennheiser headphones have an excellent sound quality even at low
volumes.
Adjusting the balance
During stereo operation – and provided that the standard display is shown
on the display panel – the / rocker button serves to adjust the balance
between the left and right stereo signal.
During FOCUS operation, the / rocker button serves to adjust the
relative levels of the two separate channels in the mixed mono signal (see
“Stereo/FOCUS selection (receiver only)” on page 26).
Activating/deactivating the lock mode
Transmitter and receiver have a lock mode that can be activated or
deactivated via the operating menu (see “Activating/deactivating the lock
mode” on page 29). The lock mode prevents that
SR 300 IEM G2
y the transmitter is accidentally programmed or switched off during
operation
y the balance setting is accidentally changed via the receiver’s / rocker
button.
EK 300 IEM G2
Attaching the receiver to clothing
The receiver is attached to clothing (e.g. belt, waistband) with the supplied
belt clip.
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The operating menu
To ensure intuitive operation of both transmitter and receiver, the operating
menus have been largely standardized. As a result, adjustments to the
settings can be made quickly and “without looking” – even in stressful
situations, for example on stage or during a live show or presentation.
The buttons
Buttons
ON
Mode
To ...
Standard display
switch the transmitter on and
off
Operating menu
cancel the entry and return to
the standard display
Setting mode
cancel the entry and return to
the standard display
Standard display
get into the operating menu
Operating menu
get into the setting mode of the
selected menu
Setting mode
store the settings and return to
the top menu level
Standard display
without function (transmitter)
adjust the balance (receiver)
Operating menu
change to the previous menu
() or change to the next menu
()
Setting mode
adjust the setting of the
selected menu:
option (/)
Standard display
without function
Operating menu
cancel the entry and return to
the standard display
Setting mode
cancel the entry and return to
the standard display
(transmitter only)
SET
/
ESC
(receiver only)
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Overview of menus
Transmitter
Receiver
Display
Function of the menu
Display
Function of the menu
Bank
Switching between channel banks
BANK
Switching between channel banks
Channel
Switching between the channels in
a channel bank
CHAN
Switching between the channels in
a channel bank
Tune
Setting a receiving frequency for the
channel bank “U” (user bank)
TUNE
Setting a receiving frequency for the
channel bank “U” (user bank)
⎯
⎯
SCAN
Scanning a channel bank for free
channels
⎯
⎯
SQELCH
Adjusting the squelch threshold
⎯
⎯
ST-FOC
Stereo/FOCUS selection
⎯
⎯
LTD
Limiting the volume at the
headphone output
⎯
⎯
Hi-BST
Activating/deactivating
the frequency boost
Sensitiv
Adjusting the sensitivity
⎯
⎯
Display
Selecting the standard display
DISPLY
Selecting the standard display
Name
Entering a name
NAME
Entering a name
Reset
Loading the factory-preset
default settings
RESET
Loading the factory-preset
default settings
⎯
⎯
PILOT
Activating/deactivating
the pilot tone evaluation
LCD Contr
Adjusting the contrast of the
graphic display
⎯
⎯
Mode
Stereo/Mono selection
⎯
⎯
Lock
Activating/deactivating the lock mode
LOCK
Activating/deactivating the lock mode
Exit
Exiting the operating menu and
returning to the standard display
EXIT
Exiting the operating menu and
returning to the standard display
Working with the operating menu
By way of example of the “Tune” menu, this section describes how to use the
operating menu.
After switching the unit on, the standard display is shown on the display
panel.
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EK 300 IEM G2
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Getting into the operating menu
Press the SET button to get from the standard display into the operating
menu.
The last menu selected flashes on the display. With the transmitter, the
current setting is additionally displayed.
Selecting a menu
Press the / buttons to select a menu.
Press the SET button to get into the setting mode of the selected menu.
With the receiver, the current setting that can be adjusted flashes on the
display. With the transmitter, the name of the menu and the current
setting are displayed.
Adjusting a setting
Press the / buttons to adjust the setting.
By briefly pressing the / buttons, the display jumps either forwards or
backwards to the next setting. In the “Channel”, “Tune” and “Name”
menu, the / buttons feature a “fast search” function. If you hold down
a button, the display cycles continuously. The “fast search” function
allows you to get fast and easily to your desired setting. With the receiver,
the new setting flashes on the display until it is stored.
Storing a setting
Press the SET button to store the setting. “Stored” appears on the display,
indicating that the setting has been stored. The display then returns to
the top menu level.
With most menus, new settings become effective immediately without
having to be stored. An exception are the “Bank”, “Channel”, “Tune” and
“Reset” menus of the transmitter and the “RESET” menu of the receiver.
With these menus, new settings only become effective after they have
been stored (“Stored” appears on the display, indicating that the setting
has been stored).
Exiting the operating menu
Select the “Exit” menu to exit the operating menu and to return to the
standard display.
When you have entered the operating menu, the transmitter’s ON button
serves as the ESC (cancel) key, i.e. by briefly pressing this button, you
cancel your entry and return to the standard display. The receiver has a
separate ESC button with which you can cancel your entry.
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Operating menu of the stereo transmitter
SET
Exit
Menu
Exit
Bank
Channel
SET
1
01
Bank
1.01
B.CH
786.300 MHz
Current channel bank
Changing the channel bank
Bank
3.01
B.CH
790.250 MHz
/ : 1...8, U (User Bank)
SET: Stores the setting
Stored
Menu
Bank
3
Channel 01
Tune
786.400MHz
SET
Channel
3.01 790.250 MHz
B.CH
Current channel and
corresponding frequency
Changing the channel
Channel
3.08 807.900 MHz
B.CH
/ : Channel
01...12
SET: Stores the setting
Stored
Menu
Channel 08
Tune
807.900MHz
Sensitiv –24 dB
SET
Tune
U.01
B.CH
786.300 MHz
Current frequency on the
selected channel
Setting the frequency for
channel bank "U"
Tune
U.01
B.CH
797.075 MHz
/ : Transmission frequency
in steps of 25 kHz
SET: Stores the setting
Stored
Menu
Tune
Sensitiv
Display
SET
797.075MHz
–24 dB
Frequency
Sensitiv
– 24 dB
Current sensitivity setting
Setting the sensitivity
Sensitiv
–8 dB
/ : 0...–24 dB,
Sensitivity in steps of 8 dB
SET: Stores the setting
Stored
Menu
Sensitiv
Display
Name
SET
–8 dB
Frequency
VOCAL
Display
Frequency
Display
Name
Current standard display
/ : Frequency,
Bank/Channel, Name
Switching between the
standard displays
SET: Stores the setting
Stored
Frequency
Menu
Display
Name
Reset
SET
Name
VOCAL
Name
Bank/Channel
Name
OCAL
Current transmitter name
Assigning the transmitter a
name
Stored
Name
G CAL
/ : Name (10 characters)
Letters w/o pronounciation
marks, numbers from 0...9,
special characters, spaces
SET: 9 x next character, then
store
Reset
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Name
GUITAR
Menu
Name
GUITAR
Reset
LCD Contr IIIIII.....
SET
Reset
Reset? No
Security check
Loading the factory-preset
default settings
Reset
Reset? Yes
/ : No, Yes
"reset"= Yes:
SET: Transmitter loads factorypreset default settings,
transmitter is restarted,
standard display appears
"reset"= No:
SET: Reset is cancelled
Menu
Reset
LCD Contr IIIIII.....
Mode
Stereo
SET
LCD Contrast
IIIIII..........
Current contrast setting
Adjusting the contrast of the
graphic display
LCD Contrast
IIIIIIIIII......
/ :
16 steps
SET: Stores the setting
STORED
Menu
LCD Contr IIIIIIIIII......
Mode
Stereo
Lock
Off
SET
Mode
Stereo
Current setting
Switching between stereo
and mono operation
Mode
Mono
/ : Stereo, Mono
SET: Stores the setting
STORED
Menu
Mode
Lock
Exit
SET
Mono
Off
Lock
Off
Lock
On
Lock mode activated or
deactivated
Activating the lock mode
STORED
Menu
Lock
Exit
Bank
SET
On
3
Exiting the operating menu
Bank
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3
/ : On, Off
Lock mode = On:
SET: Stores the setting,
returns to standard display
Lock mode = Off:
SET: Stores the setting
Operating menu of the stereo receiver
EXIT
SET
BANK
SET
Changing the channel
bank
BANK 1
BANK U
Current channel bank
/ : 1...8, U (User
Bank)
SET: Stores the setting
STORED
CHAN
SET
Changing the channel
1.01
B.CH
Current channel or
frequency
1.12
/ : Channel
B.CH
01...12
SET: Stores the setting
STORED
TUNE
SET
790.025 MHz
Current frequency on
the selected channel
Setting the frequency
for channel bank "U"
791.125 MHz
/ : Receiving
frequency in steps of
25 kHz
SET: Stores the setting
STORED
SCAN
SET
Scanning the selected
channel bank for free
channels
U.
START
09 CH FREE
STORED
Setting the squelch
threshold
CLEAR
/ : CLEAR, START
SET
SQELCH
U.
SET
SQ LO
Current squelch
threshold
Start scan = START
SET: Scans the selected
channel bank for free
channels
Delete result = CLEAR
SET: Releases locked
channels
SQ HI
/ :
LO, MID, HI
SET: Stores the setting
STORED
ST--FOC
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SQELCH
ST--FOC
SET
Switching between
stereo and FOCUS
operation
STEREO
Current setting
FOCUS
/ :
Stereo, Focus
SET: Stores the setting
STORED
SET
LTD
LTD.OFF
OFF
Limiter activated or
deactivated
Limiting the volume at
the headphone output
LTD. ON
/ : OFF, ON
SET: Stores the setting
STORED
HI--BST
SET
HB.OFF
OFF
Frequency boost
activated or deactivated
Boosting the AF
frequency response
HB. ON
/ : OFF, ON
SET: Stores the setting
STORED
DISPLY
SET
CHAN
Current standard display
Switching between the
standard displays
NAME
/ :
FREQ, NAME,
CHAN
SET: Stores the setting
STORED
NAME
Assigning the receiver
a name
SET
VOCAL
GUCAL
Current receiver name
/ : Enter a name (6
characters) Letters w/o
pronounciation marks,
numbers from 0...9, special
characters, spaces
STORED
RESET
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SET: 5 x next character,
then store
NAME
SET
RESET
RST. NO
Security check
Loading the factorypreset default settings
RST. OK
/ : OK, NO
"reset" = OK:
SET: Receiver loads factorypreset default settings (only
pilot tone setting is kept),
receiver is restarted,
standard display appears
"reset" = NO
SET: Reset is cancelled
PILOT
SET
PLT. ON
PLT. OFF
/ : ON, OFF
Activating/deactivating
the pilot tone
transmission
Pilot tone transmission
activated or deactivated
SET: Stores the setting
STORED
LOCK
SET
LOC.OFF
OFF
Lock mode activated or
deactivated
Activating the lock mode
STORED
EXIT
LOC. ON
/ : ON, OFF
Lock mode = ON:
SET: Stores the setting,
("STORED") returns to
standard display
Lock mode = OFF:
SET: Stores the setting
SET
Exiting the operation
BANK
BAL.L 1
Current balance setting
BAL.R 15
/ : BAL.L 1...15,
BAL.--0--, BAL.R 1...15
Adjusting the balance
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Adjustment tips for the operating menu
Switching between channel banks
BANK
Bank
Via the “Bank” menu, you can switch between the nine channel banks of the
ew 300 IEM G2 transmitter and receiver. The channel banks “1” to “8” have
up to 12 switchable channels that are factory-preset to a transmission/
receiving frequency (see “The channel bank system” on page 4). The channel
bank “U” (user bank) also has up to 12 switchable channels to store your
selection out of 1440 transmission/receiving frequencies that are freely
selectable within the preset frequency range.
When switching from one channel bank to another, the channel with the
lowest channel number is automatically displayed. If, during the last scan of
this channel bank, an interfering frequency was detected on the channel with
the lowest channel number, the receiver display panel automatically displays
the next free channel (see below).
Switching between the channels in a channel bank
CHAN
Channel
Via the “Channel” menu, you can switch between the channels in a channel
bank.
Always set the transmitter and the receiver of a transmission link to the same
channel. After scanning a channel bank (see “Scanning the channel banks for
free channels (receiver only)” on page 24), only the free channels are
displayed. Set the transmitter to one of the free channels
Selecting the frequencies to be stored
in the channel bank “U”
TUNE
Tune
Via the “Tune” menu, you can select the frequencies to be stored in the
channel bank “U” (user bank).
When you have selected one of the channel banks “1” to “8” and then select
the “Tune” menu, the transmitter or receiver automatically switches to
channel 01 of the channel bank “U”. In this case, “U.01” briefly appears on
the display.
Use the / buttons to select the desired transmission or receiving
frequency. Transmission and receiving frequencies are tunable in 25-kHz
steps within a switching bandwidth of 36 MHz max. For intermodulationfree frequencies, please refer to the enclosed frequency table.
Scanning the channel banks for free channels
(receiver only)
SCAN
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Before putting one or several transmission links into operation, you should
scan the selected channel bank for free channels.
Starting the scan and storing the scan result
Before starting the scan, switch all transmitters of your system off, since
channels used by switched-on transmitters will not be displayed as “free
channels”.
Select the “SCAN” menu.
Select “START” and confirm your selection by pressing the SET button.
After the scan is completed, the number of free channels is displayed.
Pressing the SET button once more will store the scan result and lock all
channels that are used or subject to interference.
Releasing locked channels
Select the “SCAN” menu.
Select “CLEAR” and confirm your selection by pressing the SET button. All
channels in this channel bank can now be selected again.
Multi-channel operation
For multi-channel operation, only use the free channels in a channel bank.
Before putting the transmission links into operation, we recommend
performing an auto scan.
Select a channel bank on a receiver.
Scan this channel bank for free channels. If not enough free channels are
available in the selected channel bank, repeat the scan with another
channel bank.
Apply the scan result to all other transmitters and receivers.
Adjusting the squelch threshold (receiver only)
SQELCH
The receiver is equipped with a squelch that can be adjusted via the “SQELCH”
menu. The squelch eliminates annoying noise when the transmitter is
switched off. It also suppresses sudden noise when there is no longer
sufficient transmitter power received by the receiver.
Note:
Before adjusting the squelch threshold to a different setting, use the
volume control to set the volume for the connected headphones to the
minimum.
There are three possible squelch settings:
y LO
= low
y MID
= middle
y HI
= high
Selecting the setting “LO” reduces the squelch threshold, selecting the
setting “HI” increases the squelch threshold. Adjust the squelch threshold –
with the transmitter switched off – to the lowest possible setting that
suppresses hissing noise.
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IMPORTANT!
Notes:
y If the squelch threshold is adjusted too high, the transmission range will
be reduced. Therefore, always adjust the squelch threshold to the
lowest possible setting.
y When in the setting mode of the “SQELCH” menu, pressing the
button for more than three seconds will switch the squelch off.
“SQ.OFF” appears on the display. If no RF signal is being received, hissing noise will occur. This setting is for test purposes only.
Stereo/FOCUS selection (receiver only)
ST-FOC
Via the “ST-FOC” menu, you can switch between stereo and FOCUS operation.
In both operating modes, the SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitter has to be set
to stereo operation.
When the receiver is set to stereo operation, the left-right signals are
available as usual.
When the receiver is set to FOCUS operation, the left-right signals are mixed
and are available as a mono signal in both headphone channels. Use the /
rocker button to adjust the relative levels of the two separate channels in
the mixed mono signal (see “Adjusting the balance” on page 15).
Limiting the volume at the headphone output (receiver
only)
LTD
Via the “LTD” menu, you can switch the limiter on and off. With the limiter
switched on, the volume at the headphone output will be reduced.
Activating/deactivating the frequency boost (receiver
only)
HI-BST
Via the “HI-BST” menu, you can boost the AF frequency response at 10 kHz.
As a result, headphones with magnetic transducers sound better.
Adjusting the sensitivity (transmitter only)
Sensitiv
To match the transmitter to the output level of the connected unit (e.g.
mixing console), you can adjust the input sensitivity in four steps of 8 dB via
the “Sensitiv” menu.
The input sensitivity is adjusted too high when close talking distances,
speakers with loud voices or loud music passages cause overmodulation in
the transmission link. In this case, the transmitter’s “PEAK” warning will light
up and the receiver’s level display for audio signal “AF” will show full
deflection.
If, on the other hand, the sensitivity is adjusted too low, the transmission link
will be undermodulated, which would result in a signal with high background
noise.
The sensitivity is correctly adjusted when the level display for audio signal
“AF” shows full deflection only during the loudest passages.
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Selecting the standard display
DISPLY
Display
Via the “Display” menu, you can select the standard display.
SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitter
Selectable standard display
Contents of standard display
“Frequency”
(display of the frequency)
“Bank/Channel”
(display of the channel bank
and channel number)
“Name”
(display of the freely selectable
name)
EK 300 IEM stereo receiver
Selectable standard display
Contents of standard display
“FREQ”
“NAME”
“CHAN”
Entering a name
NAME
Name
Via the “Name” menu, you can enter a freely selectable name for the
transmitter and the receiver. You can, for example, enter the name of the
performer for whom the adjustments have been made.
The name can be displayed on the standard display and can consist of up to
ten characters (transmitter) and up to six characters (receiver) such as:
y letters (without pronounciation marks),
y numbers from 0 to 9,
y special characters e.g. () - . _ and spaces.
To enter a name, proceed as follows:
Press the SET button to get into the setting mode of the “Name” menu.
The first segment starts flashing on the display.
With the / buttons you can now select a character. By briefly pressing
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a button, the display jumps either forwards or backwards to the next
character. If you hold down a button, the display starts cycling
continuously.
Press the SET button to change to the next segment and select the next
character.
Have you entered the name completely? Press the SET button to store
your setting and to return to the previous menu level.
Loading the factory-preset default settings
RESET
Reset
Via the “Reset” menu, you can load the factory-preset default settings. With
the receiver, however, the selected setting for the pilot tone remains
unchanged. After the reset, the unit is restarted and the standard display is
shown on the display panel.
Activating/deactivating the pilot tone evaluation
(receiver only)
PILOT
Pilot
Via the “Pilot” menu, you can activate or deactivate the pilot tone evaluation
of the receiver. The pilot tone is used
y to code the transmitter’s stereo signal,
y to support the squelch function (Squelch).
During stereo operation, the transmitter adds the pilot tone to the
transmitted stereo signal and the receiver detects and evaluates the pilot
tone. When the transmitter is set to mono operation, deactivate the pilot
tone evaluation on the receiver.
You can combine units of first and second generation ew 300 IEM systems
without any problems.
Adjusting the contrast of the graphic display (transmitter
only)
LCD-Contr
Via the “LCD Contr” menu, you can adjust the contrast of the graphic display
in 16 steps.
Stereo/Mono selection (transmitter only)
Mode
Via the “Mode” menu, you can switch the transmitter between mono and
stereo operation.
Note:
Connect any unit that only delivers a mono signal to the transmitter’s left
XLR-3F socket and set the transmitter to mono operation. The receiver
automatically “identifies” the transmitted audio signal and does not need
to be set to mono operation. However, you have to deactivate the pilot
tone evaluation on the receiver.
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Activating/deactivating the lock mode
LOCK
Lock
Via the “Lock” menu, you can activate or deactiveate the lock mode.
The lock mode icon on the display indicates that the lock mode is activated.
To deactivate the lock mode, first press the SET button. Then press the /
buttons to select “Lock Off”. If you confirm your selection by pressing the SET
button, the buttons can be operated as usual.
SR 300 IEM G2
EK 300 IEM G2
Exiting the operating menu
EXIT
Exit
Via the “Exit” menu, you can exit the operating menu and return to the
standard display.
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Troubleshooting
Error checklist
Problem
Possible cause
Possible solution
No operation indication
Batteries are flat or
accupack is flat (receiver only)
Replace the batteries or
recharge the accupack
No mains connection (transmitter
only)
Check the connections of the mains
unit
Transmitter and receiver are not on
the same channel
Set transmitter and receiver to the
same channel
Transmitter is out of range
Check the squelch threshold setting
(see “Adjusting the squelch threshold
(receiver only)” on page 25) or
reduce the distance between
transmitter and receiving antenna
Transmitter is set to mono operation
and the pilot tone evaluation of the
receiver is activated
Deactivate the pilot tone evaluation
on the receiver
Receiver’s squelch threshold is
adjusted too high
See “Adjusting the squelch threshold
(receiver only)” on page 25)
Audio signal has a high level
of background noise
Transmitter sensitivity is adjusted
too low
See “Adjusting the sensitivity
(transmitter only)” on page 26
Audio signal is distorted
Transmitter sensitivity is adjusted
too high
See “Adjusting the sensitivity
(transmitter only)” on page 26
No access to a certain channel
During scanning, an RF signal has
been detected on this channel and
the channel has been locked
See “Scanning the channel banks for
free channels (receiver only)” on
page 24
No RF signal
RF signal available, no audio
signal, “MUTE” display
appears on the display panel
If problems occur that are not listed in the above table or if the problems cannot be solved with the proposed
solutions, please contact your local Sennheiser agent for assistance.
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Recommendations and tips
... for the EK 300 IEM G2 receiver
y The antenna of the EK 300 IEM G2 should hang freely and be at least 1 cm
away from the body. The antenna must not be in direct contact with the
skin.
... for optimum reception
y Transmission range depends to a large extent on location and can vary
from about 10 m to about 150 m. There should be a “free line of sight”
between transmitting and receiving antennas.
y If, with the SR 300 IEM G2 transmitter, transmission conditions are
unfavourable, you should use a remote antenna which is connected via
antenna cable.
y To avoid overmodulating the receiver, observe a minimum distance of 5 m
between transmitting and receiving antennas.
y Observe a minimum distance of 50 cm between transmitting antennas and
metal objects (such as cross members or reinforced-concrete walls).
... for multi-channel operation
y For multi-channel operation, you can only use the channels in a channel
bank. Each of the channel banks “1” to “8” accommodates up to 12
factory-preset frequencies which are intermodulation-free. For alternative
frequency combinations, please refer to the enclosed frequency table. The
freely selectable frequencies can be selected via the “Tune” menu and can
be stored in the channel bank “U”.
y When using several transmitters simultaneously, interference can be
avoided by maintaining a minimum distance of 20 cm between two
transmitters. For multi-channel applications, use the AC 2 transmitter
combiner (see “Accessories” on page 35).
Care and maintenance
Use a slightly damp cloth to clean the units from time to time.
Note:
Do not use any cleansing agents or solvents.
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Additional information
HDX noise reduction
RF link
Inherent noise
of the RF link
Transmitter
Receiver
The evolution wireless G2 series is equipped with HDX, the Sennheiser noise
reduction system that reduces RF interference. It increases the signal-tonoise ratio in wireless audio transmission to more than 110 dB.
HDX is a wideband compander system which compresses the audio signal in
the transmitter in a 2:1 ratio (related to dB) to lift it above the inherent noise
floor of the RF link. In the receiver the signal is expanded in an identical and
opposite way in a 1:2 ratio to restore the original signal, at the same time
reducing the RF noise to below the noise floor of the receiver.
HDX has been specially developed for high quality radiomicrophone systems.
Note:
Only transmitters and receivers that are equipped with HDX can work
correctly with each other. If non HDX equipment was mixed with HDX, the
dynamic range would be drastically reduced and the transmission would
sound blunt and flat. HDX is permanently active and cannot be switched
off.
Wireless transmission systems
With the ew 300 IEM G2 system, Sennheiser puts an end to cable tangles and
enables complete freedom of movement. The systems operate exclusively in
the UHF band. UHF transmission is extremely reliable and is far less prone to
interference than the overcrowded VHF band – harmonics from mains units,
fluorescent tubes, refrigerators, computers, etc. are virtually eliminated. Also
indoor propagation of UHF radio waves is better than VHF so that the RF
power can be kept low – this is also an advantage when using multi-channel
systems. Finally, UHF frequency ranges are being approved all over the world
for radiomicrophone usage – in some countries licence-free.
Correct adjustment of transmitter sensitivity is vital. Too high and you get
overmodulation and distortion, too low and you get undermodulation and a
noisy signal. Please set the sensitivity correctly for the microphone/usage
and check it before every performance to ensure best operation.
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Squelch
Pilot tone squelch
When the transmitter is set to stereo operation, it adds a 19-kHz pilot tone
to the audio signal. The receiver checks incoming audio signals to see if the
pilot tone is present. In the absence of the 19-kHz signal, the receiver’s audio
output will remain muted, even if a strong RF signal is present.
This prevents strong interfering signals from causing hissing noise in the
receiver when the transmitter is switched off.
Field strength-dependent squelch
Depending on the strength of the received RF signal, the receiver’s audio
output is opened or muted. Via the “SQELCH” menu of the receiver, the
squelch threshold can be adjusted in three steps (LO, MID, HI).
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Specifications
System
RF characteristics
Modulation
Frequency ranges
Transmission/receiving frequencies
wideband FM stereo, MPX pilot tone
518–554, 626–662, 740–776, 786–822, 830–866 MHz
8 channel banks with up to 12 factory-preset channels each
Switching bandwidth
Nominal/peak deviation
Frequency stability
1 channel bank with up to 12 freely selectable channels
(1440 frequencies, tunable in steps of 25 kHz)
36 MHz
± 24 kHz/± 48 kHz
≤± 15 ppm
AF characteristics
Noise reduction system
AF frequency response
MPX pilot tone (Frequenz/Hub)
S/N ratio (at 1 mV and peak deviation)
THD (at nominal deviation and 1 kHz)
Sennheiser HDX
40–15,000 Hz
19 KHz/±4 kHz
≥ 91 dB(A)
≤ 0.9 %
General data
Temperature range
Dimensions of carrying case [mm]
Weight of carrying case
– 10 °C to + 55 °C
380 x 370 x 70
approx. 3000 g
IE 4 in-ear headphones
Frequency response
Max. SPL
Impedance
40–20,000 Hz
106 dB (1 kHz, 1 mW)
16 Ω
EK 300 IEM G2 stereo receiver
RF characteristics
Receiver principle
Sensitivity (with HDX, peak deviation)
Adjacent channel rejection
Intermodulation attenuation
Blocking
Squelch
Pilot tone squelch (MPX pilot tone)
non diversity
< 2.5 μV at 52 dBArms S/N ratio
≥ 70 dB
≥ 70 dB
≥ 80 dB
4 steps:
OFF
LO: 5 dBμV
MID: 15 dBμV
HI: 25 dBμV
can be switched off
AF characteristics
Headphone output
3.5 mm jack socket
AF output voltage (at peak deviation 1 kHzAF) PHONES 2 x ≥ 100 mW at 32 Ω
Overall device
Power supply
Nominal voltage
Max. power consumption at nominal voltage
Power consumption with switched-off receiver
Operating time (with batteries)
Operating time (with BA 2015 accupack)
Dimensions [mm]
Weight (incl. batteries)
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2 AA size batteries, 1.5 V
2.4 V
approx. 190 mA (2 x 30 mW)
≤250 μA
6–10 h (depending on volume level)
6–10 h (depending on volume level)
82 x 64 x 24
approx. 170 g
SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitter
RF characteristics
RF output power at 50 Ω
Antenna output
≥ 20 mW, internally adjustable to 10 mW
BNC socket, 50 Ω
AF characteristics
Headphone output
Output power at headphone output
AF input
Max. input voltage (at peak deviation, 1 kHz)
Input impedance
≥ 100 mW at 32 Ω (2x)
2 x XLR-3 socket, balanced
+20 dBu
10 kΩ
Overall device
Power supply
Nominal voltage
Max. power consumption at nominal voltage
Dimensions [mm]
Weight
10.5–16 V DC
12 V DC
approx. 300 mA
212 x 145 x 38
approx. 1100 g
¼’’ (6.3 mm) stereo jack socket
Connector assignment
SR 300 IEM G2:
SR 300 IEM G2:
¼’’ (6.3 mm) stereo jack plug XLR-3M connector
for headphone output
+
2
SR 300 IEM G2:
DC connector for power
supply
EK 300 IEM G2:
3.5 mm stereo jack plug for
headphone output
1
3
Accessories
GA 2 19” rack adapter
AM 2 Antenna mount for mounting antennas to the front of the GA 2
A 1031-U UHF antenna,
passive, omni-directional, can be mounted onto a stand
A 2003-UHF UHF antenna,
passive, directional, can be mounted onto a stand
GZL 1019-A1 Antenna cable with BNC connectors
1m
GZL 1019-A5 Antenna cable with BNC connectors
5m
AC 2 Transmitter combiner,
for combining the RF signals of up to four transmitters onto a single antenna
and for powering up to four transmitters
NT 3 Plug-in mains unit for AC 2
IE 4 1 pair of earphones with medium ear sleeves
IES 4 1 pair of small ear sleeves
1 pair of large ear sleeves
BA 2015 Accupack
L 2015 Charger for BA 2015 accupack
CC 2 Carrying case for ew 300 IEM G2 system
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Manufacturer declarations
Warranty regulations
The guarantee period for this Sennheiser product is 24 months from the date of
purchase. Excluded are accessory items, rechargeable or disposable batteries that are
delivered with the product; due to their characteristics these products have a shorter
service life that is principally dependent on the individual frequency of use.
The guarantee period starts from the date of original purchase. For this reason, we
recommend that the sales receipt be retained as proof of purchase. Without this proof
(which is checked by the responsible Sennheiser service partner) you will not be reimbursed for any repairs that are carried out.
Depending on our choice, guarantee service comprises, free of charge, the removal of
material and manufacturing defects through repair or replacement of either individual parts or the entire device. Inappropriate usage (e.g. operating faults, mechanical
damages, incorrect operating voltage), wear and tear, force majeure and defects
which were known at the time of purchase are excluded from guarantee claims. The
guarantee is void if the product is manipulated by non-authorised persons or repair
stations.
In the case of a claim under the terms of this guarantee, send the device, including
acces-sories and sales receipt, to the responsible service partner. To minimise the risk
of transport damage, we recommend that the original packaging is used. Your legal
rights against the seller, resulting from the contract of sale, are not affected by this
guarantee.
The guarantee can be claimed in all countries outside the U.S. provided that no national law limits our terms of guarantee.
CE Declaration
of Conformity
This equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directives 1999/5/EC, 89/336/EC or 73/23/EC. The declaration is available on the internet site at www.sennheiser.com.
Before putting the device into operation, please observe the respective country-specific regulations!
Batteries or rechargeable batteries
The supplied batteries or rechargeable batteries 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.
WEEE Declaration
Your Sennheiser product was developed and manufactured with highquality
materials and components which can be recycled and/or reused. This symbol
indicates that electrical and electronic equipment must be disposed of separately from normal waste at the end of its operational lifetime.
Please dispose of this product by bringing it to your local collection point or recycling
centre for such equipment. This will help to protect the environment in which we all
live.
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Publ. 02/06
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