EDX Quickstart

GAL A X Y AUDIO
Quick Start Guide
EDX
Wireless Microphone System
Included Components
1.
2.
3.
4.
EDX Receiver x1
1/4" Cable x1
Power Supply x1
Quick Start Guide x1
Optional Accessories
1.
4.
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uick Start Guide
EDX
Wireless Microphone System
Included Components
1. EDX Receiver x1
2. 1/4" Cable x1
3. Power Supply x1
4. Quick Start Guide x1
Optional Accessories
1.
4.
1. HH38 Handheld Mic
2. MBP38 Body Pack
3. HS13-UBK Headset Mic
4. LV-13BK Lav Mic
5. AS-GTRVE Guitar Cable
3.
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Setup
1
Operation
2
Insert the 5.5 mm plug into the DC
input jack, then plug the wall wart into a
120VAC outlet.
3
1
3
Individual Outputs: Connect a shielded
microphone cable to each channel’s
XLRM output, then connect the other
end into your mixer input.
Combined Output: 1/4" - Connect 1 end
of a shielded 1/4"M to 1/4"M cable to the
1/4" mix output, then connect the other
end into your system input.
3b
3a
3.
6
5
Press the ASC button on channel 1.
7
Press the “Select” button on channel 2
to choose a frequency number of 0-9
or A-F
Press the “Select” button on channel 1
to choose a frequency number of 0-9
or A-F.
Make sure the receiver is powered on.
(Powers on immediately when power
supply is plugged into the DC input jack)
4
With the transmitter for channel 1 turned
on, place the transmitter with it’s IR
window facing the receiver IR window,
about 6" away.
2.
2
8
With the transmitter for channel 2 turned
on, place the transmitter with it’s IR
window facing the receiver IR window,
about 6" away.
9
Press the ASC button on channel 2.
When the transmitter is synced, the red
RF light on channel 1 will illuminate.
When talking into the microphone the
green AF light will illuminate.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
HH38 Handheld Mic
MBP38 Body Pack
HS13-UBK Headset Mic
LV-13BK Lav Mic
AS-GTRVE Guitar Cable
1.
2.
3.
4.
10
When the transmitter is synced, the red
RF light on channel 2 will illuminate.
When talking into the microphone the
green AF light will illuminate.
Use the individual channel level controls
to adjust the volume of the channels.
These affect both the individual as well
as the combined outputs.
For detailed instructions for finding the best frequencies, please consult the online manual.
5.
Setup
1
Operation
2
Insert the 5.5 mm plug into the DC
input jack, then plug the wall wart into a
120VAC outlet.
3
Individual Outputs: Connect a shielded
microphone cable to each channel’s
XLRM output, then connect the other
end into your mixer input.
6
Transmitter IR Window Locations:
Handheld IR is located on the end.
Body Pack IR is located inside the
battery compartment.
7
Press the “Select” button on channel 2
to choose a frequency number of 0-9
or A-F
Combined Output: 1/4" - Connect 1 end
of a shielded 1/4"M to 1/4"M cable to the
1/4" mix output, then connect the other
end into your system input.
3b
3a
With the transmitter for channel 1 turned
on, place the transmitter with it’s IR
window facing the receiver IR window,
about 6" away.
1
3
Receiver IR Window Location:
Center of the receiver face
5
Press the ASC button on channel 1.
9
Press the ASC button on channel 2.
Press the “Select” button on channel 1
to choose a frequency number of 0-9
or A-F.
Make sure the receiver is powered on.
(Powers on immediately when power
supply is plugged into the DC input jack)
4
8
With the transmitter for channel 2 turned
on, place the transmitter with it’s IR
window facing the receiver IR window,
about 6" away.
2
When the transmitter is synced, the red
RF light on channel 1 will illuminate.
When talking into the microphone the
green AF light will illuminate.
10
When the transmitter is synced, the red
RF light on channel 2 will illuminate.
When talking into the microphone the
green AF light will illuminate.
For detailed instructions for finding the best frequencies, please consult the online manual.
Use the individual channel level controls
to adjust the volume of the channels.
These affect both the individual as well
as the combined outputs.
EDX
Wireless Microphone System
FAQ
Quick Start Guide
1. Q. I’m having problems finding the best frequency for me. Where do I go to find this information?
A. Please consult the online manual or visit: GalaxyAudio.com/support/schematics-and-frequency-charts
2. Q. With my transmitter off, the RF and AF lights are both on, and I get a lot of noise.
A. You are picking up outside interference and you need to change your frequency.
3. Q. Which setting do I use on the body pack transmitter?
A. For a headset or lapel microphone use “MIC”, for a line level input use “0dB” and for a guitar use “-10dB”.
4. Q. My handheld microphone is much louder than my lapel mic.
A. Start with the level control for the handheld channel completely off, & the lapel channel completely up. Adjust the system
level till the lapel is at a good volume. Now slowly bring up the handheld channel volume up till it matches the lapel.
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Other Helpful Sources
EDX
Product Page
EDX
Manual
(PDF Download)
EDX
Cutsheet
EDX
How To Video
(PDF Download)
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