SDR-5216/SDR-5116 - National Audio Systems

SDR-5216/SDR-5116
SQ-5016 SM-5016 SQ-1016 SM-1016
UHF 16CH True Diversity / Diversity Wireless Microphone System
OPERATION MANUAL
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Printed in Taiwan, September 2009
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Introduction
Congratulation in owning one of these state-of-the-art PLL Synthesized 16-channel frequencyagile professional wireless receivers. According to their frequency range, these receivers are
designed to be matched with CHIAYO's handheld / beltpack transmitters.
As this is a shared operating manual of SDR-5116 / 5216, we suggest you to read this
operation manual thoroughly to be familiarized with each part of function before using.
Index
Operating SDR-5116/5216 receivers................................................................................................P2
Placement of SDR-5116/5216 receivers..........................................................................................P3
Operating handheld transmitters.......................................................................................................P4
Operating beltpack transmitters.........................................................................................................P7
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Making changes to various settings in SM-5016
Parts and functions of SDR-5116/5216 receivers
1.Making changes to CHANNEL / FREQUENCY:
Use UP or DOWN button to go to the CHANNEL /FREQUENCY page.
1. Power switch
2. Diversity indicator
3. RF signal indicator
4. Audio signal indicator
5. Channel LED
6. Channel switch
7. Volume control
8. Antenna B socket (TNC)
9. Balanced audio output
10. Unbalanced audio output
11. Squelch control
12. DC in
13. Antenna A socket (TNC)
The cursor will flash to allow changes to be made. Pressing UP or DOWN button
will increase or decrease the channel number. The corresponding frequency will
change accordingly. When a desired channel(frequency) is being selected, it will
be automatically saved and stored in the memory.
Remark : When changing transmitter frequencies, user should take care
not to cause interference to other channels / users.
2.Making changes to Battery selection:
Use UP or DOWN button to go to the Battery selection page.
Press SET for about 2 seconds to activate the cursor. Press UP or DOWN button to
move the cursor to either NiMH ( rechargeable battery ) or AKLN ( Alkaline battery )
position.
When the desired option has been selected, press SET for about 2 seconds to save
and store the data in the memory.
Remark : "NiMH" must be selected when rechargeable battery is being
used. Never select "AKLN" ( Alkaline ) when transmitter is intended for
charging as Alkaline battery can not be charged ! Wrong selection of
battery will cause battery sensing electronics to display wrong information
and mislead charging status.
1. Audio output connection
There are two audio outputs on the back of the Diversity SDR receivers. Mic-level
balanced and Line-level unbalanced. Use shielded audio cable for the connection
between the receiver and the mixer. If the mixer / amp is a 1/4" phone jack, connect
a cable from the 1/4" unbalanced audio output from the receiver to the mixer / amp.
If the mixer has an XLR input, connect a cable from the balanced XLR audio output
from the receiver to the mixer input. Audio output connection is as Fig.2.
3.Input Level Gain Control Adjustment
Low impedance (Lo-Z) " MT" & high impedance (Hi-Z) " GT" gain controls are
situated inside the transmitter. Gain controls are adjustment ports that enable you to
use microphones of differing output levels and Guitar or instruments with Hi-Z
output. To adjust microphone (Lo-Z) input levels, turn the "MT" control and to adjust
the Guitar or instrument (Hi-Z) input, adjust the "GT" gain control to set the
transmitter's desired audio input level.
Fig.2
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2. Receiver Squelch control
The squelch control on the back panel of the receiver is preset at the factory, but
can be adjusted if you must use the system in a high RF interference area. If there is
audio output from the receiver when your transmitter is OFF, adjust the squelch
control so the system will receive the signal from your transmitter but squelch or
eliminate the unwanted background RF noise. This adjustment can cause a reduction
in usable range of the wireless transmitter, so set the control to the lowest position
which reliably mutes the unwanted RF signal.
UHF BELTPACK TRANSMITTER SM-5016
Parts and functions
1. Antenna
2. Battery weak indicator
3. Audio mute switch
4. Mini-XLR connector
5. Power ON / OFF switch
6. LCD display
7. Charging port
8. Cover release button
9. Charging contacts
10. Lavalier microphone
11. Mic clip
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3. Receiver installation
For best operation, the receiver should be at least 1m above the ground and at least
1m away from a wall or metal surface to minimize reflection. The transmitter should
also be at least 1m away from a wall or metal surface to minimize reflection. The
transmitter should also be at least 1m away from the receiver, as shown in Fig. 1.
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4. Rack mounting
SDR-5216/5116 is half-19"-casing design. It can be cabinet-mounted by either 1 or 2
units. If only 1 receiver is to be mounted, an optional kit is available and it's installed
as shown in Fig 3. If 2 receivers are to be mounted, they can be assembled by another
kit and installed as shown in Fig 4.
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12. SET
13. UP
14. DOWN
15. GT
16. MT
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Battery Installation
SM-5016 uses 2 pieces of " AA " size batteries (Alkaline battery is recommended ).
To install or remove the batteries, press the release buttons at the edges of the
transmitter to open or close the cover as illustrated below.
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UHF BELTPACK TRANSMITTER SM-1016
UHF HANDHELD MICROPHONE SQ-1016
Parts and functions
Parts and functions
7. Charging contacts
8. Lavalier microphone
9. Mic clip
10. Channel selector
11. GT control
12. MT control
1. Antenna
2. Battery low indicator
3. Power on/off
4. Mini XLR connector
5. Cover-release button
6. Battery compartment
1. Mic capsule module
2. Battery low indicator
3. Power on/off
4. Channel selector
5. Battery compartment
6. Charging port
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Changing mic capsule & Battery installation
First unscrew the metal grill from the housing, take out the capsule and then replace it with a
new one. Either dynamic or condenser type can be chosen to fit your requirement for any
application.
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Battery Installation
SM-1016 uses 2 pieces of " AA " size batteries (Alkaline battery is recommended ).
To install or remove the batteries, press the release buttons(5) at the edges of the
transmitter to open or close the cover.
Please remove the batteries if SM-1016 is going to be unused for over a couple of days.
Just place them back to the compartment when you are using it next time.
Channel selection and gain adjust
Channel selector and gain adjust are hidden in the battery compartment.
Channel selection can be made by rotating the selector with a small screw driver.
Gain adjust for Lavalier and Headset microphones can be done by adjusting the MT switch,
whereas GT switch is for the gain adjust of electric Guitar and other high-impedance line
level inputs.
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SQ-1016 uses 2 pieces of " AA " size batteries (Alkaline battery is recommended ).
To install or remove the batteries, rotate its battery compartment from the housing and then
place the batteries into it according to correct polarity.
Please remove the batteries if SQ-1016 is going to be unused for over a couple of days.
Just place them back to the compartment when you are using it next time.
Changing channels
Channel selection can be made by rotating the selector(4) with a small screw driver. User can
easily tell which channel has been chosen by referring to the number above the selector.
Making changes to various settings in SQ-5016
UHF HANDHELD TRANSMITTER SQ-5016
Parts and functions
1.Making changes to Channel:
Use UP or DOWN button to go to the CHANNEL/ FREQUENCY page. The cursor will flash
to allow changes to be made. Pressing UP or DOWN button will increase or decrease the
channel number. The corresponding frequency will change accordingly. When a desired
channel is selected, it will be automatically saved and stored in the memory.
5016
2. Making changes to Battery selection:
Use UP or DOWN button to go to the Battery selection page.
Microphone capsule module
Battery status LED
ON/OFF switch
LCD
Battery compartment
Rotating protective cap for controls
(also serves as color identification cap)
Lock / Unlock
Set
Up
Down
Charging port
Name plate
Press UP or DOWN button to move the cursor to either NiMH ( rechargeable battery ) or
AKLN ( Alkaline battery ) position.
When the desired battery has been selected, it will be automatically saved and stored in the
memory.
Changing the capsule
First unscrew the metal grill from the housing, take out the capsule and then replace it with
a new one. Either dynamic or condenser type can be chosen to fit your requirement for any
application.
Remark : "NiMH" must be selected when rechargeable battery is being
used. Never select "AKLN" ( Alkaline ) when transmitter is intended for
charging as Alkaline battery can not be charged ! Wrong selection of
battery will cause battery sensing electronics to display wrong information
and mislead charging status.
3. Making changes to Sensitivity Level:
Use UP or DOWN button to go to the SENS SET page.
Battery Installation
SQ-5016 microphone requires 2 pieces of " AA " size batteries
to operate. Please insert the batteries according to the correct
polarity as indicated.
Caution
Many batteries are known to have leakage problem of conductive and corrosive liquid.
Please remove the batteries if they are not to be used for a long period.
Due to various unstandardized sizes ( diameters ) of " AA " batteries, this battery
compartment is designed to accommodate the most common Alkaline batteries only.
Press UP or DOWN button to increase or decrease the Sensitivity Level of the transmitter.
The MAX level is 4 and the MIN level is 1.
When a desired sensitivity level has been selected for your application, it will be
automatically saved and stored in the Memory.
Remark : When selecting Sensitivity level, please keep in mind that Level 1 is for
close proximity singing purposes whereas Level 4 is for use of transmitter on
tripod mount for speech purposes. When Level 4 setting is used for close
proximity singing, high SPL input will result in undesirable distortion in the
output.
After performing setting changes, you could turn the protective cover 180°in either
direction to block the buttons from being accidentally adjusted.
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