WIRELESS MICROPHONE SYSTEM
USER’S MANUAL
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Table of Contents
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1. Introduction …………………………………………………………….….….…….……….…… 1
2.
Safety ………………………………………………………………………………….………….……… 1
3. Environment ………………………………………………………………………………………... 1
4.
Wireless Note….………………………………………….………………………………..……... 1
5.
Product Description …………….…………………..……………………..…….………..… 2
5.1 Receivers
5.1.1 True-diversity Type
5.1.2 Switching-diversity Type
5.1.3 Non-diversity Type
5.2 Handheld Transmitter Microphone
5.3 Bodypack Transmitter
6.
Basic Connections……………….…………………..……….…..……………….………..… 13
7.
Setting Up ………………………………………………….…………………………………...…… 15
7.1 Connecting the receiver to power
7.2 Connecting the receiver to an audio mixer or an amplifier
7.3 Inserting batteries into the handheld / bodypack transmitter
7.4 Setting up the handheld transmitter microphone
7.5 Setting up the bodypack transmitter
8. Trouble-shooting ………………………….……………………………..………….…….…… 16
9.
System Feature……………………………………………………………….…………………... 17
10. System Specification…………………………………………………………………..………. 17
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WIRELESS NOTE
FCC Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1)This device may not cause harmful interference and (2) This device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation
Notice : The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
IMPORTANT NOTE: To comply with the FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, no
change to the antenna or the device is permitted. Any change to the antenna or the device
could result in the device exceeding the RF exposure requirements and void user’s
authority to operate the device.
1. Introduction
Thank you for purchasing our product. This wireless microphone system operates in UHF
band frequency with synthesizer controlled. The system with 64 selectable frequencies
via Phase Locked Loop (PLL) circuitry makes it easy to choose non-interfered channels.
Please read this instruction manual carefully before operating the system. This manual
covers the function and operation of the wireless microphone system.
2. Safety
¾ Do not spill liquid on the appliance and do not drop it on a hard concrete floor.
¾ Do not place the appliance near heat sources such as radiators, amplifier, or etc. Do
not expose it to direct sunlight, extremely dust, excessive moisture, or vibration.
¾ Take out the battery from transmitter, if the appliance has been not used for a longer
period. This will avoid the damage resulting from a defective leaking battery
3. Environment
¾ Do not throw used batteries into a fire or garbage bin with domestic rubbish. Be sure
to dispose of used batteries in accordance with local waste disposal rules.
¾ When disposing the equipment, remove the batteries, separate the case, circuit
boards, and cables, and dispose of all components in accordance with local waste
disposal rules.
4. Wireless Note
¾ Before setting up, make sure that the transmitter and receiver are tuned to the same
frequency.
¾ Do not use two transmitters in the same frequency.
¾ Use good quality batteries to avoid the damage resulting from a defective leaking
battery.
¾ Turn the volume control on the receiver to adjust receiver output level to match input
level requirements of an audio mixer or amplifier. (Refer to 7.2)
¾ While checking sound, move the transmitter around the area where you use the system
to look for dead spots. If you find any dead spot, change the receiver position. If it
does not work, avoid such places.
¾ To avoid interference, do not put the receiver too near metal object and avoid
obstructions between transmitter and receiver.
¾ Avoid the interference from TV, radio, other wireless appliances and etc.
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FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
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9. System Feature
5. Product Description
¾ The flexibility and the professional performance are specifically designed for stages,
5.1 Receivers
The receiver operates in UHF band frequency with PLL synthesizer control. They are used
with all our 16- or 64-selectable channels transmitters.
Powered by 12V DC.
places of worship and professional sound installations..
¾ The UHF wireless microphone system with 64 selectable frequencies via Phase Locked
Loop (PLL) circuitry makes it easy to choose non-interfered channels.
5.1.1 Diversity Type Receiver
¾ Super high sensitivity, extremely low noise transmission and reception.
¾ SMT assembled PCB module ensures the quality and stability.
Single channel, 1/2 rack
10. System Specification
Receiver
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: UHF band
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: ±0.005%
: >94dB, at 48KHz deviation and 60dBµV antenna input
: ±48KHz
: 80 dB minimum
: 6 dBμV.
: >50dB
: 50Hz to 15KHz (±3dB)
:<1% (at 1KHz)
Frequency Stability
S/N ratio
Maximum Deviation
Image and Spurious Rejection
Receiving Sensitivity
Selectivity
AF Response
T.H.D.
Audio Output
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: Balanced and unbalanced audio outputs
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Handheld/Bodypack Transmitter
¾ Carrier Frequency Range
¾ RF Power Output
: 10mW (max.)
¾ Oscillation Mode
: PLL synthesized
¾ Frequency Stability
: ±0.005%
¾ Maximum Deviation
: ±48KHz
: >60dB below carrier frequency
¾ Spurious Emission
¾ T.H.D.
¾ Microphone Cartridge
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: UHF band 740~928MHz
: <1% (at 1KHz)
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: DC1.5V x 2 AA size dry or rechargeable batteries
¾ Current Consumption
: 65mA ± 5mA
¾ Operating Time
¾ Dimension (mm)
: 20 hours (1300mA dry or rechargeable batteries)
: Handheld: 55ϕ x267mm
Bodypack: 64(W)x97(H)x24(D)
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7.5 Setting up the bodypack transmitter
Single channel, 1/2 rack
A. Connecting a microphone
¾ Open the battery cover. Push the MIC/LINE switch to “MIC” and use the supplied
screw- driver to adjust the GAIN at appropriate position.
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¾ Plug the mini 3-pin XLR connector of the microphone cable into the audio input
connector on the bodypack transmitter.
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¾ Switch the transmitter and hi-fi appliance (amplifier, tape deck etc.) power on.
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¾ Test the microphone and adjust the levels on your audio mixer or amplifier.
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Headphone Monitor Volume Control: Rotate this knob to control headphone volume
level.
2.
Headphone Input Connector:
receiver audio.
3.
Power:
4.
Group Selector:
Plug headphone into this 6.3ϕ connector to monitor
Pushes the receiver on and off.
Rotates this selector to choose a displayed group number.
5.
Channel Selector:
6.
Group LED Display:
Rotates this selector to choose a displayed channel number.
7.
Channel LED Display:
8.
Power Indicator:
9.
RF Level Indicators: Five LEDs per RF antenna channel glow to indicate RF signal
strength. The more LEDs that glow, the stronger the received signal. If none of these
LEDs glow, no signal is being received.
Displays group number.
Displays channel number.
B. Connecting an instrument
¾ Open the battery cover. Push the MIC/LINE switch to “LINE” and use the supplied
screwdriver to adjust the GAIN at appropriate position.
¾ Plug the 6.3ϕ phone plug of the optional guitar cable to the output jack on the
instrument and the mini XLR into audio input connector on the bodypack transmitter.
¾ Switch the transmitter and hi-fi appliance (amplifier, tape deck etc.) power on.
¾ Play the instrument for testing and adjust the levels on your audio mixer or amplifier.
8. Troubleshooting
Problem
Solution
No sound
¾ Check the power supply of the microphone and receiver.
The indicator LED lights when the receiver is ready to operate.
10. AF Level Indicators: Five LEDs glow to indicate audio signal strength.
normal operation. RED indicates approaching overload condition.
11. Diversity A.B Indicator:
¾ Check that the transmitter and receiver are tuned to the same
frequency.
¾ Check whether the hi-fi appliance is switched on and the
receiver output is connected to audio mixer or amplifier input.
Green indicates
¾ Check whether transmitter is too far away from receiver or
SQUELCH control set too high.
This LED lights to show that antenna has received the RF signal.
12. Level Control: This rotary control adjusts the receiver output level to match the input
sensitivity of a mixer or amplifier
13. DC Out: Connect the supplied DC1.5 cable to the receiver and the microphone, and it
takes around 10 hours to recharge and the LED of transmitter is flashing all the time.
¾ Check whether receiver is located too near metal object or there
are obstructions between transmitter and receiver.
Sound interference ¾ Check the antenna location
14. Antenna Input Connector: TNC-type connectors provide connection to the supplied
antennas or to coaxial cable used with an antenna divider, antenna boosters or remote
antennas.
15. Balanced Output:
3-pin XLR connector provides balanced low-impedance output.
16. Unbalanced Output:
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¾ Check whether the interference comes from other wireless
microphones, TV, radio and etc.
6.3ϕ phone jack provides unbalanced low-impedance output.
17. Squelch: The squelch adjusts the output level to suppress the noise. Setting the squelch
too high will reduce the usable range of the system. Set the squelch to minimum before
turning the receiver on.
18. DC IN:
¾ When using 2 or above microphone sets simultaneously, make
sure that the chosen frequencies are not interfered.
Input connector for the supplied AC adapter.
Distortion
¾ Check the receiver volume level is set too high or too low.
¾ Check whether the interference comes from other wireless
microphones, TV, radio and etc.
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SETTING UP
7. Setting Up
NOTICE:
5.1.2
Prior to setting up, check that the transmitter and receiver are tuned to the same
frequency. Two or above transmitters operating in the same frequency can not
be used at the same time and area, so please select the different frequencies
which can be used simultaneously at local area.
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Switching-diversity Type
Single Channel, Diversity, Mini Case
7.1 Connecting the receiver to power
¾ Plug the antennas into the TNC socket on the receiver and point them upward.
¾ Check that the voltage of the supplied AC adapter conforms to the voltage available
(AC110V or AC220V) in local area. Using the wrong AC adapter may cause irreparable
damage to the unit.
¾ Plug the feeder cable of the supplied AC adapter into DC IN socket on the receiver.
Then plug the AC adapter into a power outlet.
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7.2 Connecting the receiver to an audio mixer or an amplifier
In order to make sure the sound quality and avoid distortion, please adjust the volume level
according to following instructions.
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¾ When using a standard audio cable with 3-pin XLR connectors or 6.3ϕ phone
plugs to plug into the MIC IN on the audio mixer or on the amplifier, please turn
the Volume Level Control on the receiver to around 1 o’clock position, the
output level for balanced and unbalanced output is about at 77mV.
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¾ When using a standard audio cable with 3-pin XLR connectors or 6.3ϕ phone
plugs to plug into the LINE IN on the mixer, please turn the Volume Level
Control on the receiver to around MAX. position, the output level for balanced
and unbalanced output is about at 770mV.
Never use the balanced and unbalanced audio outputs at the same time! This may cause
signal loss or increased noise.
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¾ When the MIXING switch is in the OFF position, the XLR output for channels 1 and 2 are
separate. When the MIXING switch is in the ON position, the XLR output for channels 1
and 2 are mixed, so that both XLR outputs have combined signal from both channel 1
and channel 2.
7.3 Inserting batteries into the handheld / bodypack transmitter
¾ Open the battery cover and insert batteries into the battery compartment conforming to
the polarity (+)(-) marks. The transmitter can not work with incorrectly inserted
batteries.
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¾ When push the ON/OFF switch to “ON” to switch the power on, the LED will flash
momentarily.
If the battery has sufficient power, the LED flashes once. If the LED stays on, it
indicates that the battery has insufficient power and should be changed soon. If the
status LED fails to flash, the battery is either dead or not positioned correctly, and you
should correct the positioning or change the battery.
AUDIO OUTPUT
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¾ Close the battery cover.
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7.4 Setting up the handheld transmitter
¾ Switch the receiver power on and check the frequency and volume level.
¾ Switch the transmitter and hi-fi appliance (amplifier, tape deck etc.) power on.
¾ Test the microphone and adjust the levels on your audio mixer or amplifier.
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Single Channel, Diversity, 1/2 Rack
Detachable Antenna
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The antenna booster is highly recommended for long-distance purpose, such as in stadium
or in auditorium. By means of antenna holder, the antenna and booster can put wherever
you want. It is ideal design for multi-channel application.
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Antenna holder makes it easy to fix wherever for connection antenna and booster.
Antenna holder can be assembled on the mic stand or on the wall.
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TNC female connector for connecting with
cable or antenna booster (long distance
required)
Screw adapter to screw AH-1 on a
microphone stand.
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6. Basic Connections
1.
DC Out: Connect the supplied cable to the receiver and the microphone, and it takes
around 10 hours to recharge and the LED of transmitter is flashing all the time.
Connect the receiver output to the audio mixer or amplifier input, using a standard audio
cable with 3-pin XLR connectors or 6.3ϕ phone plugs. Never use the balanced and
unbalanced audio outputs at the same time! This may cause signal loss or increased
noise.
2.
Power:
3.
Power Indicator:
The indicator LED lights when the receiver is ready to operate.
4.
Group Selector:
Changes receiver Group setting. (for 64-selectable channels)
5.
Channel Selector:
6.
AF Indicator:
The indicator glows to indicate that audio signal has been received.
7.
RF Indicator:
This LED lights to indicate that signal is being received.
8.
RF Level Indicators: Five LEDs per RF antenna channel glow to indicate RF signal
strength. The more LEDs that glow, the stronger the received signal. If none of these
LEDs glow, no signal is being received.
9.
Diversity A.B Indicator:
signal.
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Changes receiver Channel setting.
This LED lights to show that antenna has received the RF
10. Level Control: This rotary control adjusts the receiver output level line level to match
the input sensitivity of the audio mixer or amplifier.
AUDIO OUTPUT
UNBALANCED
Pushes the receiver on and off.
ANT A
DC OUT
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BALANCED
11. Antenna:
Fixed-length UHF antenna permanently mounted either on rear panel.
12. Antenna Input Connector: TNC-type connectors provide connection to the supplied
antennas or to coaxial cable used with an antenna divider, antenna boosters or remote
antennas.
13. Balanced Output:
3-pin XLR connector provides balanced low-impedance output.
14. Mixing Switch: When the MIXING switch is in the OFF position, the XLR output for
channels 1 and 2 are separate. When the MIXING switch is in the ON position, the XLR
output for channels 1 and 2 are mixed, so that both XLR outputs have combined signal
from both channel 1 and channel 2.
15. Unbalanced Output:
6.3ϕ phone jack provides unbalanced low-impedance output.
16. Squelch Adj. : The squelch adjusts the output level to prevent from the external noise.
Setting the squelch too high will reduce the usable range of the system. Set the squelch
to minimum before turning the receiver on.
17. DC Jack: DC input connector for the supplied AC adapter.
AUDIO MIXER
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5.3 Non-diversity Type Receiver
5.3 Bodypack Transmitter
Single Channel, Non-Diversity
The bodypack transmitter operates in UHF band frequency with PLL synthesized control.
UHF 64 preprogrammed selectable frequencies to avoid interference. Uni-directional electret
condenser capsules with different characters for various choices. Use 1.5V x 2 AA size
batteries for low operating cost.

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1. On/Off Switch: Turns transmitter power on and off.
2. Mini XLR connector: The included electret lapel microphone is inserted into the
connector on transmitter.
3. Low Battery LED: LED indicates battery status. Switching the power to "ON", the
LED flashing once indicates that the transmitter has sufficient power. If the LED stays
on, it indicates that the battery has insufficient power and should be changed soon. If
the status LED fails to flash, the battery is either dead or not positioned correctly, and
you should correct the positioning or change the battery.
4. Antenna: Permanently connected, helical antenna.
5. Group Selector:
6. Channel Selector:
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Changes transmitter Group setting.
Changes transmitter Channel setting.
7. Mic Adj.: The rotary control adjusts the sensitivity of the transmitter’s audio to the
level of the connected lapel microphone or instrument.
8. Mic Unit: The uni-directional electret condenser unit features wide frequency
response for warm, rich bass and clear sound.
9. Tie Clip: To clip on the tie or lapel for free-movement.
10. Cable: With mini 3-pin XLR connector cable to connect the transmitter.
11. Battery Compartment: Insert two AA dry or rechargeable batteries into the
compartment and make sure that the polarity of batteries is correct.
12. Mic/Line Selector : The switch sets the audio input either to microphone level or line
level.
13. Charging Input: The inserted rechargeable batteries are charged by using the
supplied DC-plug cable connection to DC out on the receiver. It takes up to 10 hours
for charging.
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5.3 Handheld Microphone
1.
The handheld microphone operates in UHF band frequency with PLL synthesized control.
UHF 16 or 64 preprogrammed selectable frequencies to avoid interference.
Uni-directional dynamic or uni-directional electret condenser cartridges with different
characters for various choices. Use 1.5V x 2 AA size batteries for low operating cost.
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Pushes the receiver on and off.
3.
Power Indicator:
The indicator LED lights when the receiver is ready to operate.
4.
Group Selector:
Changes receiver Group setting. (for 64-selectable channels)
5.
Channel Selector:
6.
AF Indicator:
The indicator glows to indicate that audio signal has been received.
This LED lights to indicate that signal is being received.
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Changes receiver Channel setting.
7.
RF Indicator:
8.
RF Level Indicators: Five LEDs per RF antenna channel glow to indicate RF signal
strength. The more LEDs that glow, the stronger the received signal. If none of these
LEDs glow, no signal is being received.
9.
Level Control: This rotary control adjusts the receiver output level to match the input
sensitivity of the audio mixer or amplifier.
10. Antenna:
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around 10 hours to recharge and the LED of transmitter is flashing all the time.
2. Power:
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Fixed-length UHF antenna permanently mounted on rear panel.
11. Balanced Output:
3-pin XLR connector provides balanced low-impedance output.
12. Mixing Switch: When the MIXING switch is in the OFF position, the XLR output for
channels 1 and 2 are separate. When the MIXING switch is in the ON position, the XLR
output for channels 1 and 2 are mixed, so that both XLR outputs have combined signal
from both channel 1 and channel 2.
13. Unbalanced Output: 6.3ϕ phone jack provides unbalanced low-impedance output.
14. Squelch Adj. : The squelch adjusts the output level to prevent from the external noise.
Setting the squelch too high will reduce the usable range of the system. Set the squelch
to minimum before turning the receiver on.
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1. Grille: Protects the microphone capsule and helps reduce breath sounds and wind noise.
2. Low Battery LED: LED indicates battery status. Switching the power to "ON", the LED
flashing once indicates that the transmitter has sufficient power. If the LED stays on, it
indicates that the battery has insufficient power and should be changed soon. If the
status LED fails to flash, the battery is either dead or not positioned correctly, and you
should correct the positioning or change the battery.
3. On/off Switch:
Turns transmitter power on and off.
4. Battery Compartment: Insert two AA batteries into the compartment and make sure
that the polarity of batteries is correct.
5. Group Selector:
Changes transmitter group setting. (for 64-selectable channels)
6. Channel Selector:
7. Battery Cover:
8. Color Clip:
Changes transmitter channel setting.
Unscrew to expose battery compartment and Group/Channel selector.
This color clip helps to identify the frequency for multi-channel operation.
9. Charging Input: The inserted rechargeable batteries can be charged by using the
supplied DC-plug cable connection to DC out on the receiver. It takes up to 10 hours for
charging.
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Charging Connecting Diagram
Connect the supplied DC1.5 cable to the receiver and the microphone, and it takes around
10 hours to recharge and the LED of transmitter is flashing all the time.
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The detachable clip on the bottom of receiver is designed to hang on the supplied hook for
flexible location, such as on speaker amplifier, guitar amplifier or wherever you want.
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To combine two receivers in a 19” standard rack by using 2 short L type plastics racks (L2)
and 2 metal connecting plates (C1). (Each system includes a L2 and a C1.)
or
L2
C1
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AF
RF SIGNAL
9
L1
9
CHANNEL
DIVERSITY
5
13
1
MIN
MAX
13
AF
DIVERSITY
5
RF SIGNAL
VOLUME
OPEN
To mount a receiver in a 19” standard rack by using 2 L type long metal racks (L1).
(L1 is an optional product, so please purchase extra in local shops.)
MIN
MAX
VOLUME
9
or
10
WIRELESS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
BASIC CONNECTIONS
Charging Connecting Diagram
Connect the supplied DC1.5 cable to the receiver and the microphone, and it takes around
10 hours to recharge and the LED of transmitter is flashing all the time.
OPEN
The detachable clip on the bottom of receiver is designed to hang on the supplied hook for
flexible location, such as on speaker amplifier, guitar amplifier or wherever you want.
WIRELESS
1
1
7
3
7
3
5
5
DC OUT
To combine two receivers in a 19” standard rack by using 2 short L type plastics racks (L2)
and 2 metal connecting plates (C1). (Each system includes a L2 and a C1.)
or
L2
C1
CHANNEL
POWER
1
AF
RF SIGNAL
9
L1
9
CHANNEL
DIVERSITY
5
13
1
MIN
MAX
13
AF
DIVERSITY
5
RF SIGNAL
VOLUME
OPEN
To mount a receiver in a 19” standard rack by using 2 L type long metal racks (L1).
(L1 is an optional product, so please purchase extra in local shops.)
MIN
MAX
VOLUME
9
or
10
WIRELESS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
5.3 Handheld Microphone
1.
The handheld microphone operates in UHF band frequency with PLL synthesized control.
UHF 16 or 64 preprogrammed selectable frequencies to avoid interference.
Uni-directional dynamic or uni-directional electret condenser cartridges with different
characters for various choices. Use 1.5V x 2 AA size batteries for low operating cost.
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OFF
Pushes the receiver on and off.
3.
Power Indicator:
The indicator LED lights when the receiver is ready to operate.
4.
Group Selector:
Changes receiver Group setting. (for 64-selectable channels)
5.
Channel Selector:
6.
AF Indicator:
The indicator glows to indicate that audio signal has been received.
This LED lights to indicate that signal is being received.
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Changes receiver Channel setting.
7.
RF Indicator:
8.
RF Level Indicators: Five LEDs per RF antenna channel glow to indicate RF signal
strength. The more LEDs that glow, the stronger the received signal. If none of these
LEDs glow, no signal is being received.
9.
Level Control: This rotary control adjusts the receiver output level to match the input
sensitivity of the audio mixer or amplifier.
10. Antenna:
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DC Out: Connect the supplied cable to the receiver and the microphone, and it takes
around 10 hours to recharge and the LED of transmitter is flashing all the time.
2. Power:
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Fixed-length UHF antenna permanently mounted on rear panel.
11. Balanced Output:
3-pin XLR connector provides balanced low-impedance output.
12. Mixing Switch: When the MIXING switch is in the OFF position, the XLR output for
channels 1 and 2 are separate. When the MIXING switch is in the ON position, the XLR
output for channels 1 and 2 are mixed, so that both XLR outputs have combined signal
from both channel 1 and channel 2.
13. Unbalanced Output: 6.3ϕ phone jack provides unbalanced low-impedance output.
14. Squelch Adj. : The squelch adjusts the output level to prevent from the external noise.
Setting the squelch too high will reduce the usable range of the system. Set the squelch
to minimum before turning the receiver on.
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15. DC Jack: DC input connector for the supplied AC adapter.
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1. Grille: Protects the microphone capsule and helps reduce breath sounds and wind noise.
2. Low Battery LED: LED indicates battery status. Switching the power to "ON", the LED
flashing once indicates that the transmitter has sufficient power. If the LED stays on, it
indicates that the battery has insufficient power and should be changed soon. If the
status LED fails to flash, the battery is either dead or not positioned correctly, and you
should correct the positioning or change the battery.
3. On/off Switch:
Turns transmitter power on and off.
4. Battery Compartment: Insert two AA batteries into the compartment and make sure
that the polarity of batteries is correct.
5. Group Selector:
Changes transmitter group setting. (for 64-selectable channels)
6. Channel Selector:
7. Battery Cover:
8. Color Clip:
Changes transmitter channel setting.
Unscrew to expose battery compartment and Group/Channel selector.
This color clip helps to identify the frequency for multi-channel operation.
9. Charging Input: The inserted rechargeable batteries can be charged by using the
supplied DC-plug cable connection to DC out on the receiver. It takes up to 10 hours for
charging.
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WIRELESS
BASIC CONNECTIONS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
WIRELESS
5.3 Non-diversity Type Receiver
5.3 Bodypack Transmitter
Single Channel, Non-Diversity
The bodypack transmitter operates in UHF band frequency with PLL synthesized control.
UHF 64 preprogrammed selectable frequencies to avoid interference. Uni-directional electret
condenser capsules with different characters for various choices. Use 1.5V x 2 AA size
batteries for low operating cost.

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AF
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AF
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MIN
5
DIVERSITY
RF SIGNAL
VOLUME
9
MIN
MAX
VOLUME
9
15
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1. On/Off Switch: Turns transmitter power on and off.
2. Mini XLR connector: The included electret lapel microphone is inserted into the
connector on transmitter.
3. Low Battery LED: LED indicates battery status. Switching the power to "ON", the
LED flashing once indicates that the transmitter has sufficient power. If the LED stays
on, it indicates that the battery has insufficient power and should be changed soon. If
the status LED fails to flash, the battery is either dead or not positioned correctly, and
you should correct the positioning or change the battery.
4. Antenna: Permanently connected, helical antenna.
5. Group Selector:
6. Channel Selector:
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Changes transmitter Group setting.
Changes transmitter Channel setting.
7. Mic Adj.: The rotary control adjusts the sensitivity of the transmitter’s audio to the
level of the connected lapel microphone or instrument.
8. Mic Unit: The uni-directional electret condenser unit features wide frequency
response for warm, rich bass and clear sound.
9. Tie Clip: To clip on the tie or lapel for free-movement.
10. Cable: With mini 3-pin XLR connector cable to connect the transmitter.
11. Battery Compartment: Insert two AA dry or rechargeable batteries into the
compartment and make sure that the polarity of batteries is correct.
12. Mic/Line Selector : The switch sets the audio input either to microphone level or line
level.
13. Charging Input: The inserted rechargeable batteries are charged by using the
supplied DC-plug cable connection to DC out on the receiver. It takes up to 10 hours
for charging.
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WIRELESS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
BASIC CONNECTIONS
WIRELESS
6. Basic Connections
1.
DC Out: Connect the supplied cable to the receiver and the microphone, and it takes
around 10 hours to recharge and the LED of transmitter is flashing all the time.
Connect the receiver output to the audio mixer or amplifier input, using a standard audio
cable with 3-pin XLR connectors or 6.3ϕ phone plugs. Never use the balanced and
unbalanced audio outputs at the same time! This may cause signal loss or increased
noise.
2.
Power:
3.
Power Indicator:
The indicator LED lights when the receiver is ready to operate.
4.
Group Selector:
Changes receiver Group setting. (for 64-selectable channels)
5.
Channel Selector:
6.
AF Indicator:
The indicator glows to indicate that audio signal has been received.
7.
RF Indicator:
This LED lights to indicate that signal is being received.
8.
RF Level Indicators: Five LEDs per RF antenna channel glow to indicate RF signal
strength. The more LEDs that glow, the stronger the received signal. If none of these
LEDs glow, no signal is being received.
9.
Diversity A.B Indicator:
signal.
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DC ONLY
12V 300mA
Changes receiver Channel setting.
This LED lights to show that antenna has received the RF
10. Level Control: This rotary control adjusts the receiver output level line level to match
the input sensitivity of the audio mixer or amplifier.
AUDIO OUTPUT
UNBALANCED
Pushes the receiver on and off.
ANT A
DC OUT
8V/80mA
BALANCED
11. Antenna:
Fixed-length UHF antenna permanently mounted either on rear panel.
12. Antenna Input Connector: TNC-type connectors provide connection to the supplied
antennas or to coaxial cable used with an antenna divider, antenna boosters or remote
antennas.
13. Balanced Output:
3-pin XLR connector provides balanced low-impedance output.
14. Mixing Switch: When the MIXING switch is in the OFF position, the XLR output for
channels 1 and 2 are separate. When the MIXING switch is in the ON position, the XLR
output for channels 1 and 2 are mixed, so that both XLR outputs have combined signal
from both channel 1 and channel 2.
15. Unbalanced Output:
6.3ϕ phone jack provides unbalanced low-impedance output.
16. Squelch Adj. : The squelch adjusts the output level to prevent from the external noise.
Setting the squelch too high will reduce the usable range of the system. Set the squelch
to minimum before turning the receiver on.
17. DC Jack: DC input connector for the supplied AC adapter.
AUDIO MIXER
LOUDSPEAKER
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AMPLIFIER
LOUDSPEAKER
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WIRELESS
BASIC CONNECTIONS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Single Channel, Diversity, 1/2 Rack
Detachable Antenna
WIRELESS
The antenna booster is highly recommended for long-distance purpose, such as in stadium
or in auditorium. By means of antenna holder, the antenna and booster can put wherever
you want. It is ideal design for multi-channel application.
AUDIO OUTPUT
GR
DC OUT
3
7
SQUELCH
DC ONLY
12V 500mA
3
5
5
POWER
UNBALANCED
DIVERSITY
1
1
7
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Antenna
Dual Channel, Diversity, full Rack
Detachable Antenna,
CHANNEL
POWER
AF
1
13
5
CHANNEL
DIVERSITY
AF
1
13
MAX
MIN
RF SIGNAL
12
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16
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ANT A
DC OUT
8V/80mA
BALANCED
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Antenna holder makes it easy to fix wherever for connection antenna and booster.
Antenna holder can be assembled on the mic stand or on the wall.
DC ONLY
12V 1000mA
CH 1
UNBALANCED
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12V 1A
DC OUT
8V/80mA
Antenna Booster
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TNC female connector for connecting with
cable or antenna booster (long distance
required)
Screw adapter to screw AH-1 on a
microphone stand.
DC ONLY
12V 1000mA
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MIXING
ON
2
5
TNC female connector for connecting with
UHF antenna
DIVERSITY
5
VOLUME
AUDIO OUTPUT
11
11
AF
1
13
MAX
MIN
RF SIGNAL
9
CH 1
UNBALANCED
14
15
16
17
11
11
14
WIRELESS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
SETTING UP
7. Setting Up
NOTICE:
5.1.2
Prior to setting up, check that the transmitter and receiver are tuned to the same
frequency. Two or above transmitters operating in the same frequency can not
be used at the same time and area, so please select the different frequencies
which can be used simultaneously at local area.
WIRELESS
Switching-diversity Type
Single Channel, Diversity, Mini Case
7.1 Connecting the receiver to power
¾ Plug the antennas into the TNC socket on the receiver and point them upward.
¾ Check that the voltage of the supplied AC adapter conforms to the voltage available
(AC110V or AC220V) in local area. Using the wrong AC adapter may cause irreparable
damage to the unit.
¾ Plug the feeder cable of the supplied AC adapter into DC IN socket on the receiver.
Then plug the AC adapter into a power outlet.
CHANNEL
7.2 Connecting the receiver to an audio mixer or an amplifier
In order to make sure the sound quality and avoid distortion, please adjust the volume level
according to following instructions.
MIN
MAX
VOLUME
MAX
MIN
VOLUME
DC12V
5
MIN
OUTPUT
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¾ When using a standard audio cable with 3-pin XLR connectors or 6.3ϕ phone
plugs to plug into the MIC IN on the audio mixer or on the amplifier, please turn
the Volume Level Control on the receiver to around 1 o’clock position, the
output level for balanced and unbalanced output is about at 77mV.
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13
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Single Channel, Diversity, Mini Case
¾ When using a standard audio cable with 3-pin XLR connectors or 6.3ϕ phone
plugs to plug into the LINE IN on the mixer, please turn the Volume Level
Control on the receiver to around MAX. position, the output level for balanced
and unbalanced output is about at 770mV.
Never use the balanced and unbalanced audio outputs at the same time! This may cause
signal loss or increased noise.
DC 12V
AUDIO OUT
POWER
RF
SQUELCH
MIN
VOL.
MAX
5
1
9
13
CHANNEL
¾ When the MIXING switch is in the OFF position, the XLR output for channels 1 and 2 are
separate. When the MIXING switch is in the ON position, the XLR output for channels 1
and 2 are mixed, so that both XLR outputs have combined signal from both channel 1
and channel 2.
7.3 Inserting batteries into the handheld / bodypack transmitter
¾ Open the battery cover and insert batteries into the battery compartment conforming to
the polarity (+)(-) marks. The transmitter can not work with incorrectly inserted
batteries.
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Single Channel, Diversity, 1/2 Rack
¾ When push the ON/OFF switch to “ON” to switch the power on, the LED will flash
momentarily.
If the battery has sufficient power, the LED flashes once. If the LED stays on, it
indicates that the battery has insufficient power and should be changed soon. If the
status LED fails to flash, the battery is either dead or not positioned correctly, and you
should correct the positioning or change the battery.
AUDIO OUTPUT
UNBALANCED
¾ Close the battery cover.
7
3
5
SQUELCH
DC ONLY
12V 500mA
1
1
7
3
5
DC OUT
BALANCED
7.4 Setting up the handheld transmitter
¾ Switch the receiver power on and check the frequency and volume level.
¾ Switch the transmitter and hi-fi appliance (amplifier, tape deck etc.) power on.
¾ Test the microphone and adjust the levels on your audio mixer or amplifier.
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WIRELESS
TROUBLESHOOTING
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
WIRELESS
7.5 Setting up the bodypack transmitter
Single channel, 1/2 rack
A. Connecting a microphone
¾ Open the battery cover. Push the MIC/LINE switch to “MIC” and use the supplied
screw- driver to adjust the GAIN at appropriate position.
AUDIO OUTPUT
GR
CH
1
1
7
DC OUT
POWER
3
5
7
UNBALANCED
DIVERSITY
ON
SQUELCH
¾ Plug the mini 3-pin XLR connector of the microphone cable into the audio input
connector on the bodypack transmitter.
DC ONLY
12V 500mA
3
5
RF LEVEL
MIN
MAX
VOLUME
¾ Switch the transmitter and hi-fi appliance (amplifier, tape deck etc.) power on.
BALANCED
¾ Test the microphone and adjust the levels on your audio mixer or amplifier.
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1.
Headphone Monitor Volume Control: Rotate this knob to control headphone volume
level.
2.
Headphone Input Connector:
receiver audio.
3.
Power:
4.
Group Selector:
Plug headphone into this 6.3ϕ connector to monitor
Pushes the receiver on and off.
Rotates this selector to choose a displayed group number.
5.
Channel Selector:
6.
Group LED Display:
Rotates this selector to choose a displayed channel number.
7.
Channel LED Display:
8.
Power Indicator:
9.
RF Level Indicators: Five LEDs per RF antenna channel glow to indicate RF signal
strength. The more LEDs that glow, the stronger the received signal. If none of these
LEDs glow, no signal is being received.
Displays group number.
Displays channel number.
B. Connecting an instrument
¾ Open the battery cover. Push the MIC/LINE switch to “LINE” and use the supplied
screwdriver to adjust the GAIN at appropriate position.
¾ Plug the 6.3ϕ phone plug of the optional guitar cable to the output jack on the
instrument and the mini XLR into audio input connector on the bodypack transmitter.
¾ Switch the transmitter and hi-fi appliance (amplifier, tape deck etc.) power on.
¾ Play the instrument for testing and adjust the levels on your audio mixer or amplifier.
8. Troubleshooting
Problem
Solution
No sound
¾ Check the power supply of the microphone and receiver.
The indicator LED lights when the receiver is ready to operate.
10. AF Level Indicators: Five LEDs glow to indicate audio signal strength.
normal operation. RED indicates approaching overload condition.
11. Diversity A.B Indicator:
¾ Check that the transmitter and receiver are tuned to the same
frequency.
¾ Check whether the hi-fi appliance is switched on and the
receiver output is connected to audio mixer or amplifier input.
Green indicates
¾ Check whether transmitter is too far away from receiver or
SQUELCH control set too high.
This LED lights to show that antenna has received the RF signal.
12. Level Control: This rotary control adjusts the receiver output level to match the input
sensitivity of a mixer or amplifier
13. DC Out: Connect the supplied DC1.5 cable to the receiver and the microphone, and it
takes around 10 hours to recharge and the LED of transmitter is flashing all the time.
¾ Check whether receiver is located too near metal object or there
are obstructions between transmitter and receiver.
Sound interference ¾ Check the antenna location
14. Antenna Input Connector: TNC-type connectors provide connection to the supplied
antennas or to coaxial cable used with an antenna divider, antenna boosters or remote
antennas.
15. Balanced Output:
3-pin XLR connector provides balanced low-impedance output.
16. Unbalanced Output:
3
¾ Check whether the interference comes from other wireless
microphones, TV, radio and etc.
6.3ϕ phone jack provides unbalanced low-impedance output.
17. Squelch: The squelch adjusts the output level to suppress the noise. Setting the squelch
too high will reduce the usable range of the system. Set the squelch to minimum before
turning the receiver on.
18. DC IN:
¾ When using 2 or above microphone sets simultaneously, make
sure that the chosen frequencies are not interfered.
Input connector for the supplied AC adapter.
Distortion
¾ Check the receiver volume level is set too high or too low.
¾ Check whether the interference comes from other wireless
microphones, TV, radio and etc.
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WIRELESS
FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
WIRELESS
9. System Feature
5. Product Description
¾ The flexibility and the professional performance are specifically designed for stages,
5.1 Receivers
The receiver operates in UHF band frequency with PLL synthesizer control. They are used
with all our 16- or 64-selectable channels transmitters.
Powered by 12V DC.
places of worship and professional sound installations..
¾ The UHF wireless microphone system with 64 selectable frequencies via Phase Locked
Loop (PLL) circuitry makes it easy to choose non-interfered channels.
5.1.1 Diversity Type Receiver
¾ Super high sensitivity, extremely low noise transmission and reception.
¾ SMT assembled PCB module ensures the quality and stability.
Single channel, 1/2 rack
10. System Specification
Receiver
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¾ Carrier Frequency Range
: UHF band
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: ±0.005%
: >94dB, at 48KHz deviation and 60dBµV antenna input
: ±48KHz
: 80 dB minimum
: 6 dBμV.
: >50dB
: 50Hz to 15KHz (±3dB)
:<1% (at 1KHz)
Frequency Stability
S/N ratio
Maximum Deviation
Image and Spurious Rejection
Receiving Sensitivity
Selectivity
AF Response
T.H.D.
Audio Output
Power Supply
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ANT B
13
12
ANT A
UNBALANCED
SQUELCH
DC ONLY
12V 1A
DC OUT
8V/80mA
DC OUT
8V/80mA
BALANCED
: Balanced and unbalanced audio outputs
: 12V DC
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Handheld/Bodypack Transmitter
¾ Carrier Frequency Range
¾ RF Power Output
: 10mW (max.)
¾ Oscillation Mode
: PLL synthesized
¾ Frequency Stability
: ±0.005%
¾ Maximum Deviation
: ±48KHz
: >60dB below carrier frequency
¾ Spurious Emission
¾ T.H.D.
¾ Microphone Cartridge
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Dual Channel, Full Rack
: UHF band 740~928MHz
: <1% (at 1KHz)
GR
: DC1.5V x 2 AA size dry or rechargeable batteries
¾ Current Consumption
: 65mA ± 5mA
¾ Operating Time
¾ Dimension (mm)
: 20 hours (1300mA dry or rechargeable batteries)
: Handheld: 55ϕ x267mm
Bodypack: 64(W)x97(H)x24(D)
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Lavalier: uni-directional electret condenser unit
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12V 1A
ANT B
ANT A
DC OUT
8V/80mA
DC OUT
8V/80mA
BALANCED
BALANCED
14
13
12
AUDIO OUTPUT
AUDIO OUTPUT
UNBALANCED
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