XD Handheld Microphone
XD Handheld Microphone
K-SHH14 | 1.9 GHz
14241 S. Redwood Rd., Bluffdale, UT 84065 • Phone 1.800.383.9362 • AudioEnhancement.com
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Safety precautions
FCC CAUTION
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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.
Compliance with FCC requirement 15.407(c)
Data transmission is always initiated by software, which is the passed down through the MAC,
through the digital and analog baseband, and finally to the RF chip. Several special packets are
initiated by the MAC. These are the only ways the digital baseband portion will turn on the RF
transmitter, which it then turns off at the end of the packet. Therefore, the transmitter will be on
only while one of the aforementioned packets is being transmitted. In other words, this device
automatically discontinue transmission in case of either absence of information to transmit or
operational failure.
Radio Frequency (RF) Exposure Warning
The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are associated with
using low power wireless devices. There is no proof, however, that these low power wireless
devices are absolutely safe. Low power wireless devices emit low levels of radio frequency energy
(RF) in the microwave range while being used. Whereas high levels of RF can produce health
effects (by heating tissue), exposure to low-level RF does not produce heating effects, causing no
known adverse health effects. Many studies of low-level RF exposures have not found any
biological effects. Some studies have suggested that some biological effects might occur, but
such findings have not been confirmed by additional research. 1.9GHz Wireless Handheld
Microphone, model K-SHH14 has been tested and found to comply with FCC radiation exposure
limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure
Guidelines.
Notice
FCC ID can be found on the battery compartment of the units.
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MEDICAL:
Consult the manufacturer of any personal medical devices, such as pacemakers, to determine if
they are adequately shielded from external RF (radio frequency) energy. The unit operates in the
frequency range of 1.92 GHz to 1.93 GHz.
Do not use the unit in health care facilities if there are any regulations posted in the area instruct
you not to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be
sensitive to external RF (radio frequency) energy.
WARNING:
1) To prevent fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
2) The apparatus should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the apparatus.
3) Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like
WARNING:
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent
type.
A lithium ion/polymer battery that is recyclable powers the product you have purchased.
Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to recycle this battery.
The model number and serial number of this product may be found on the surface of the unit.
You should note the model number and serial number of this unit in the space provided and
retain this book as a permanent record of your purchase to aid identification in the event of theft.
Model No.
Serial No.
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CONTENTS
Important Safety Instructions .............................................................................................................. 5 Precautions ......................................................................................................................................... 6 Major operating controls and their functions ....................................................................................... 8 Inserting a battery ............................................................................................................................. 10 Using the microphone ....................................................................................................................... 11 Connecting an external device ......................................................................................................... 12 Replacing a battery ........................................................................................................................... 13 Charging a battery ............................................................................................................................ 14 Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................ 16 Specifications .................................................................................................................................... 18 4
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Important Safety Instructions
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
10) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
11) For safety reasons, do not physically modify the product or any optional equipment.
12) To prevent possible fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
13) Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this product.
14) The product should never be placed near or over a radiator or other heat source.
15) Do not dispose of the battery in a fire. It may explode. Check with local authorities for special
disposal instructions.
16) Do not open, puncture, crush, or drop the battery. A damaged battery must not be used. This can
result in the risk of fire, explosion, overheating, and leaking of the electrolyte.
17) Do not touch released electrolyte if the battery leaks. It may cause burns or injury to the eyes or
skin. The electrolyte is toxic and may be harmful if swallowed. If you touch it, immediately wash the
affected areas with water and seek medical help.
18) Exercise care in handling the battery in order not to short the battery to conductive materials
such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The battery and/or conductor may overheat and cause burns.
19) Do not use a microwave oven to dry this product.
20) The product may only be installed and serviced by qualified service personnel.
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Precautions
Turn off the power supply when inside an aircraft.
The product might interfere with operational safety of the aircraft.
Do not attempt to disassemble or short-circuit rechargeable batteries.
An exploding battery or leaking battery fluid may result in fire, injury and burns.
Avoid placing the product in unstable conditions.
Failure to do so may cause injury.
Stop operation immediately when something is wrong with the product.
When smoke goes up from the product or the smell of smoke comes from the product, continued use
will result in fire. Immediately remove the battery and the battery charger, and contact your dealer.
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[Precautions for use]
• Operating temperature: 5 °C - 35 °C {41 °F - 95 °F}
When calculating the battery life, note that temperatures below 10 °C {50 °F} shorten the battery
duration.
• Do not disassemble the product or touch internal parts.
• Exercise care when using the product in high places. If it falls down, it may cause personal injury or
suffer damage.
• Do not use or leave the battery in places where it will be exposed to high temperatures, such as in
strong direct sunlight, in a sun-heated car, by the fire, or in front of a stove.
• Do not touch the battery poles or contacts inside the battery cover with dirty hands. Otherwise poor
contact or noise may result. If dirty, wipe off with a dry soft cloth.
Note: the contacts inside the battery cover tend to get dirty. Clean them regularly (about once a
month) with ethyl alcohol. Do not use solvents, such as benzine or thinner, or a metal polish;
otherwise the contacts may become deformed or discolored, or the brass plating may come off.
• Do not use a deteriorated or short-circuited battery. A battery in this condition may leak fluid,
overheat and cause damage.
• The product is not made to drip-proof specification. Do not use the product with the wet hands in a
place where it is directly exposed to water.
• The product is designed for indoor use.
• Use the product in a location where it is relatively shielded from noise produced by rotating
machinery, transformers or the ignition system or automobiles.
• Do not place the product on top of heat generating equipment, such as powered amplifiers, video
monitors or measuring instruments, and do not leave it in a closed car in hot summer. When storing
the product, do so in a dry place.
• The product is high-precision adjusted; exposing it to strong impact or dropping it on the floor may
change its characteristics. Handle the product with due care. Do not expose the product to shock or
impact as this will cause the audio output of the receiver to give off noise on impact.
Product care
• Clean the power source with a dry cloth.
• Do not clean with volatile liquids such as benzine and thinner.
• When using a chemical cloth for cleaning, observe the cautions provided with the product.
Useful hints
• Noise prevention
Turn off the power of this product, and turn down the volume of a powered amplifier, mixer, etc.
before replacing, removing or inserting the battery, as this might produce a loud noise from these
devices.
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Major operating controls and their functions
[1]
[Inside the battery cover]
[2]
[3]
[6]
CHG
PWR LINK
BATT
AUDIO IN
[4]
DC IN
[5]
[8]
TALK
[7]
[9]
[11]
[10] [LINK] Switch
Selects link mode
[OFF]
[ON]
[side]
[rear]
OFF [Same receiver connection]
ON [Different receiver connection] Default
[1] Microphone opening
This opening picks up the speaker’s voice.
[2] [CHG] Charge indicator (red)
Indicates the charging status.
Blinking (2 second intervals): Charging
* In the case of a complete discharge state, the LED lights RED for the first minute.
ON: [During charging] Charging completed
[During microphone operation] Battery is low.
Blinking (500 milliseconds intervals): Charge Error. Likely indicating that the temperature of the
battery may be out of the acceptable range. Confirm that the temperature is within the acceptable
range.
OFF: Microphone is off, not connected to a charger or no battery is installed.
[3] [BATT] Battery indicator
Indicates the status of the microphone power supply and the battery condition as follows:
Green light: Power is turned "ON".
Yellow light: Power is turned “ON”, but battery is nearing its end.
Red light: Battery is depleted. Charge the battery.
Light off: Power is turned "OFF" or Standby* state.
Blinking (green): Under connection to Receiver*1 or Voice disconnected state.
*1 When connecting two microphones to a receiver and am going to connect the third unit
microphone, it occurs.
Blinking (yellow): Unit is out of range.
Blinking (red): A pairing registration error with a receiver (refer to troubleshooting: pg. 16).
PTT button or TALK switch on: LED blinks red.
PTT button or TALK switch off: LED blinks red 10 times and turns off.
[4] TALK push button
While pushing the TALK push button, microphone is operational.
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[5] [TALK] switch
[ON]: Usable classroom audio condition (Microphone is operational.)
[OFF]: Standby condition (Microphone is not operational.)
[6] [PWR LINK] button (rear)
When pairing this microphone with the receiver, press this button at the same time as the TALK
push button or TALK switch.
[7] [AUDIO IN] External input terminal (rear)
Transmits the audio from a connected external device to the receiver.
When an external device is connected to this terminal, audio from the [1] microphone opening is
muted.
[8] DC input terminal (rear)
Used to connect the charger for charging the battery installed in the microphone and to supply
power to the microphone.
[9] Battery cover(side)
To remove the battery cover, push it down and pull it off.
[10] LINK switch (inside the battery cover)
Select the Link mode.
[OFF]: Same receiver connection
[ON]: Different receiver connection (Default)
*Note, leave this switch on to reserve it for future application
[11] Battery slot (inside the battery cover)
Install one lithium-ion rechargeable battery, paying attention to the charging terminal inside the
battery cover.
*Standby state: State power switch is OFF, the radio is still connected. The microphone will
automatically turn off when the TALK switch or TALK push button has not been operated for 30
minutes.
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Inserting a battery
• To insert a battery, turn off the power of the microphone, and make sure that the
microphone is not connected to the charger.
• To replace a battery, refer to “Replacing a battery” on page 13.
Note:
• Do not touch the battery poles with hands. Otherwise poor contact or noise may result. If dirty, wipe
off with a dry soft cloth.
A
3
2
4
1
Battery indicator
Battery cover
Battery
1 Confirm that the battery indicator is off.
2 Remove the battery cover.
Pull the battery cover in the arrow direction while pressing the A portion with both right and left
thumbs to remove the cover.
3 Install a battery.
Insert the battery, making sure that its orientation is correct.
About batteries that you can use with this unit
The 1U583136R-B006A (Lithium Ion Battery) is the only battery that can be used in this microphone.
4 Attach the battery cover.
Push up the battery cover in the direction of the arrow in the figure above, and fit it back in its original
position.
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Using the microphone
CHG
Battery indicator
BATT
1. TALK push button
TALK switch
TALK
1 TALK push button ON.
Pressing the TALK button turns the microphone on, allowing users to use the microphone.
(MIC1 or MIC2 indicator of the receiver lights green. Default indicator is MIC2.)
Memo:
When [BATT] indicator blinks yellow, the microphone must be paired to the receiver. Pair it by
sliding the LINK switch (found underneath the battery cover) ON. (Different receiver connection)
Afterwards, press the [PWR LNK] and [TALK] buttons together for one second or more to
complete registration. (when the microphone is powered OFF)
The microphone is ON and stays on when the [TALK] switch is pushed up. This is helpful when
talking for extended periods of time.
Important:
• While using the microphone, do not take the microphone close to a speaker. Loud noises that result,
such as feedback, may damage your hearing.
・A standby state:
When there is no operation for 30 minutes or more, the microphone automatically turns off.
When the power supply is off in the state of "ON" of [TALK] switch:
In order to push the [PWR LINK] button, it is necessary to turn OFF the [TALK] switch first.
• Also read the operating instructions of the receiver. (K-SRC14)
*Out of range = radio waves do not reach (NOT Equal sound stops area)
・ When users want to MUTE the microphone automatically as soon as they leave the classroom,
users can set that option in voice call areas. (Refer to K-SRC14 Manual. “Serial communication
command ‘SAA’”)
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Connecting an external device
You can connect an external device (for example, MP3 player or computer) to the external
input terminal and transmit the audio to the receiver.
PWR LINK
External input terminal
AUDIO IN
DC IN
Headphone output
1 Turn off the power by sliding the [TALK] switch down or releasing the [TALK]
button.
2 Connect an external device.
Use a ø3.5 stereo mini-plug to connect the external device (for example, the headphone output of an
MP3 player, or computer) to the external input terminal. This will mute the microphone in favor of the
external device.
3 Slide the [TALK] switch up to turn it [ON].
4 Adjust the volume.
Adjust the audio volume of the external device.
Note:
• Once a ø3.5 stereo mini-plug is plugged into the external input terminal, priority is given to this input
and the audio from the microphone opening and the microphone input terminal will not be
transmitted.
• If the audio of the external device is stereo, stereo signals will be mixed.
• In addition to this manual, refer to the operating instructions of the device to be connected.
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Replacing a battery
• To replace the battery, turn off the power of the microphone, and make sure that the microphone is
not connected to the charger.
Note:
• Do not touch the battery poles with hands. Otherwise poor contact or noise may result. If dirty, wipe
off with a dry soft cloth.
• Battery power is slightly consumed even when the power of this product is OFF. If the battery is left
unused, that may result in liquid leakage. To prevent this, remove the battery from the product when
unused for a long time.
A
1,6
Battery indicator
Battery cover
4
2
5
3
Battery
1 Turn off the power by sliding the [TALK] switch down.
Confirm that the battery indicator is off.
2 Remove the battery cover.
Pull the battery cover in the direction of the arrow while pressing the A portion with both right and left
thumbs.
3 Remove a battery.
Pull out the inserted battery from the bottom.
4 Install a new battery.
Insert the battery, making sure that the orientation is correct
Note:
The 1U583136R-B006A (Lithium Ion Battery) is the only battery that can be used in this microphone.
5 Attach the battery cover.
Push up the battery cover, and fit it to its original position.
6 Confirm that the battery indicator lights green or yellow.
Slide the [TALK] switch up or press the [TALK] button and confirm that the battery indicator lights
green or yellow.
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Charging a battery
DC input terminal
Charge indicator
TALK push-button
PWR LINK
CHG
BATT
AUDIO IN
DC IN
TALK
Micro-USB plug
(Charge only Micro-USB Cable)
[rear]
1 Turn off microphone.
2 Connect the micro-USB plug of the charger to the DC input terminal of the
microphone.
Insert the micro-USB plug into the DC input terminal of the microphone.
After connecting the microphone to the charger, the charge indicator (red) indicates the
charging status as follows:
Blinking (2 seconds interval lights): Charging
* In the case of a complete discharge state, the first about 1 minute red LED lights RED.
ON: Charging completed or battery is empty.
Blinking (500 milliseconds interval lights): Charge Error. Likely indicating that the temperature of
the battery may be out of the acceptable range. Confirm that the temperature is within the
acceptable range.
OFF: No connected a charge connector or no battery installed.
Important:
• If the microphone is connected to the charger with the power turned on, the microphone will power
off and start charging.
Button operation does not work when connected to the charger.
Note:
• If the charger remains connected after charging is completed, it will not restart charging to make up
for any battery life lost due to self-discharge.
• If the microphone is turned off and the charger is connected, but the charge indicator does not light,
check that all connections from the micro-USB plug down to the charger are properly plugged in.
• Charging takes up to 4 hours (5 V / 500 mA), but that time varies depending on status of use.
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• Charging at a temperature outside the normal range may result in significantly longer charging
times. Note, however, that charging times may become longer even within the operating temperature
range, if the temperature of the mic is higher or lower than the normal condition.
• The charger and the microphone may warm slightly during charging.
• Do not charge a rechargeable battery that has just been fully charged. Otherwise you will shorten
the life of the battery.
・Do not recommend charging a battery from PC.
・Use the charge only Micro-USB Cable. If use the Micro-USB communication cable, the battery does
not fully charge.
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Troubleshooting
Before asking for repairs, check the symptoms with the following table.
Contact a dealer if the suggested remedies do not correct the problem or if the problem is not
described below.
Symptom
Cause/solution
• Does rechargeable battery charger into the
microphone (with no battery)?
>> Insert the battery to the microphone.
The power cannot be turned on.
Does not use
(Battery indicator Red blinking)
Is microphone charging?
(CHG indication RED or RED brink)
>> Please extract a charge cable.
• Is the battery depleted?
>> charge the battery.
A pairing registration error with a receiver.
>> Please check registration in the following
procedure.
procedure.
Press a receiver's [LINK] button, and a receiver is
made into register mode
When a LINK button is pressed, the LINK LED blinks
yellow at 20s. (pairing registration mode)
During this time, please register pairing by the
following operation.
Microphone LINK switch (inside the battery cover) is
ON. (Different receiver connection)
(Please read the operating instructions of the
Does not use
(Battery indicator Yellow blinking)
Handheld Microphone (K-SHH14).)
Pressing [PWR LNK] button and [TALK] button for one
second or more will register for receiver.
Pairing registration with a receiver has not been
performed.
>>
(1) Press a receiver's [LINK] button, and a receiver is
made into register mode.
(2) Press microphone [PWR LINK] and [TALK] button
will register for receiver. (Microphone power OFF
state)
(Refer to K-SRC14 manual)
Microphone is out of range.
>> Please use in the range. (Press PWR / LINK button
and resume)
Is the receiver's power supply on?
>> Please check a receiver's power supply.
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No sound
Is the ø3.5 stereo mini-plug connected to the external
input terminal?
>> Disconnect the ø3.5 stereo mini-plug from the
external input terminal.
• Is a battery installed?
>> Install a rechargeable battery.
Does not charge
(charge indicator is off)
Does not charge
(The charge indicator brink, but goes lights after
a few minutes)
• Is the micro-USB plug of the charger inserted
all the way into the DC input terminal?
>> Confirm the connection.
Are you trying to charge a battery that has just been
charged?
>> The battery is already fully charged. Remove the
charger from the microphone, and use the microphone
with the battery
Is the battery extremely hot?
>> Disconnect the charger once and allow the battery
to cool off before reconnecting.
Does not charge
(charge indicator is blinking)
It takes time by charge completion
Has the battery deteriorated?
>> Deteriorated rechargeable battery will shorten the
battery duration or cannot turn on the
microphone. Replace the deteriorated battery with a
new rechargeable one.
Aren't you charging it from a PC?
>> Please charge it from a charger connected to
power outlet. It is not recommend to charge a
battery from a computer.
Do you use the charge only Micro-USB Cable?
>>Use the charge only Micro-USB Cable. If use
the Micro-USB communication cable, the battery
does not fully charge.
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Specifications
Radio Standard
XD
Frequency Range
1,920.0 ~ 1,930.0 MHz
Coverage (*1)
20 m (NORMAL)
30 m (Hi POWER)
Microphone type
Unidirectional electret condenser microphone
Audio Frequency Response
100 Hz to 7 kHz (from Microphone to receiver)
External input
–24 dBV ø3.5 stereo mini jack (monaural mix)
Battery
Lithium Ion Battery (chargeable)
Battery life
about 2 years (battery needs to be replaced every 2 years)
Talk time
Around 8 hours
Charge Time
Around 4 hours (5 V / 500 mA)
Charging method
Power Supply with micro USB Port
Dimensions
217 (H) x 38 (W) x 44 (D) [mm], excluding projections.
Weight
0.254 lbs. (115 g) (not including battery)
Temperature Range
5 °C ~ +35 °C {41 °F - 95 °F}
Humidity Range
~90%
(*1): Coverage is the distance to the microphone used for classroom audio.
Weights and dimensions indicated are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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