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VIBRATING FLOOR 14925
CONTENTS
1 x Vibrating Floor (includes platform, 2 speaker boxes, 2 leads with 2 mono jack plugs
attached)
1 x Amplifier
(amplifier may vary from that shown)
1 x Oscillator (Control Box)
1 x Remote Box (wired not wireless)
1 x Microphone (13068)
1 x Blue lead with 2 RCA plugs on each end (red/white)
Please note: Music system/Stereo not included
Please note: Please make sure all connections are OFF before switching components
ON. Failure to make sure the power is OFF is likely to result in fuses being blown.
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ASSEMBLY
1.
This product requires two wall sockets – one for your music system and another for
the Oscillator.
2.
Connect the two leads with the two mono jack plugs from the speaker box under the
Floor to the back of the McGregor Amplifier. Connect these to LSA and LSB (Loud
Speaker sockets).
The Vibrating Floor can be operated using:
• your music system
• your music system and the microphone
• the microphone
• the oscillator
TO USE THE OSCILLATOR
Please note: No music can be played when the Oscillator is in use. The Oscillator uses
frequency to create vibration, not music. There will be some noise when the Oscillator is
in use as the speaker is still in operation, but not music. It is not possible to create
vibration using the floor silently.
3.
Connect the Oscillator into the mains (240V).
4.
Connect the kettle lead from the Oscillator into the back of the Amplifier. The socket
on the Amplifier is on the left, just below the ON/OFF switch.
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5.
Connect the blue lead that has a pair of RCA (phono) connectors on each end
between the Oscillator and the Amplifier. Connect one end of this lead to the
Oscillator. This end is colour co-ordinated i.e. white to black and red to red. The
other end of the RCA lead connects to the Amplifier. The red RCA plug connects to
the top RCA socket at the back of the Amplifier marked AUX1 and the black RCA
plug connects to the RCA socket below the red RCA plug.
Do not use the SLAVE sockets!
6.
Switch the Oscillator on at the front (this is either a green or red switch - the colour is
for identification and has no other significance).
7.
8.
Please make sure the MASTER is set to its lowest setting before switching on.
Switch the Amplifier on at the front (a red light at the front of the unit indicates that it
is switched on).
The MASTER control on the Amplifier is for adjusting the volume. The dial on the
front of the Oscillator increases the frequency. To activate the product, turn the
Channel Control switch to high i.e. AUX1.
9.
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10. Use the Remote Box (labelled ‘Frequency’) to override the dial on the front of the
Oscillator. Connect the Remote Box to the socket labelled ‘REMOTE’ on the
Oscillator. Use of the remote box* allows more able clients to operate the floor and
lie on it at the same time. For less able clients, the carer can control the Oscillator.
The nearer the dial is turned to ‘MAX’, the faster the speaker vibrates and the more
intense the vibration.
* The remote box is remote in that it can be used away from the Oscillator, but it is wired,
not wireless.
TO USE A STEREO
11. Switch off the Oscillator. Switch off the Amplifier. Unplug both phono connectors
from the AUX 1 socket.
12. Take the split lead with the blue ferrules at the end. Connect the ends with the blue
ferrules to the speaker sockets at the back of the music system.
13. Connect the other end of the black lead to the Amplifier (the shortest lead from the
box* to the amplifier (AUX 1 or 2); longest lead to AUX IN R on the back of the music
system).
* The box is approx 3cm x 2cm x 1cm – it has 1 cable going into it and 2 cables
coming out of it.
Do not use the SLAVE sockets!
14. Please make sure the MASTER is set to its lowest setting before switching on.
15. Switch the Amplifier on at the front (a red light at the front of the unit indicates that it
is switched on).
16. Connect the stereo to the mains and switch the stereo on to activate the vibrations.
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17. Use the ‘MASTER’ control on the Amplifier to adjust the volume.
18. Experiment with the BASS and TREBLE controls to adjust the vibration effect.
TO USE THE MICROPHONE
The microphone may be used on its own to create vibrations from vocalisation/speaking.
It may also be used at the same time as music is played through your music system. That
is to say that clients who are able to do so, may sing along to their preferred music, i.e.
karaoke.
There is provision to use one microphone only.
19. Switch the Amplifier off at the front (a red light at the front of the unit indicates that it
is switched on – this will go out when switched OFF).
20. Plug in the microphone to the Microphone socket on the Amplifier (labelled ‘MIC 1’ or
‘MIC 2’ on the back of the amplifier – these are at the side of the AUX sockets and
have ‘INPUTS’ above them).
21. Switch the Amplifier on at the back (a green light at the front of the unit indicates that
it is switched on).
22. Switch the microphone on (small sliding switch on the handle).
23. Speak into the microphone to activate the vibration.
24. Adjust the controls to control the vibration e.g. AUX CHANNELS dials, LOW TONE,
HIGH TONE.
FUSES
25. In the event of product failure check the above connections.
26. If product still fails to operate, check the fuses. These are located below the input
socket on the Amplifier and below the ON/OFF switch on the Oscillator. Switch off
and unplug before checking.
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CARE & MAINTENANCE
Switch off components individually before unplugging from the mains.
First, make sure all the controls are set to their lowest settings. Then switch the amplifier
off BEFORE unplugging. Failure to do so may blow the fuses.
SAFETY
Always supervise use of this product.
For use indoors in a dry environment.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Constant noise? When the oscillator is in use there is a noise produced associated with
the vibrations. This is unavoidable as vibrations are produced through the speakers. If
noise is still present in stereo mode, the oscillator may have been left on at the same time.
Avoid this by removing the lead with paired RCA connectors on the end that connect the
oscillator and the amplifier.
No noise? Make sure that the amplifier has not been turned right down to the minimum
setting – turn up as required
Microphone not working? Make sure it is switched ON (sliding switch on handle)
High pitch squealing noise? Make sure the GAIN and BASS controls are not set to the
maximum – turn these down
Smoke? Do not use the SLAVE sockets
SPECIFICATION
Amplifier:
100W Amplifier BG100
Fuses :
Amplifier : 2.5A
Oscillator (Control Box) : T100mA
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