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Specifications
Overall
Carrier Frequency
VHF 200-270MHz
Frequency Stabilization <+/-20PPM
Dynamic Range >95dB
T.H.D. <0.5%
Frequency Response 50Hz - 16kHz
Audio output level
Unbalanced Mix Output: 0-300mV
Balanced Individual Outputs: 0-700mV
Receiver
Power Supply Voltage 13.5-18V DC
Power Consumption 4W
S/N Ratio >98dB
Adjacent Channel Rejection >85dB
Blocking >85dB
Receiving Sensitivity >3dBu
Handheld and Bodypack Transmitter
Transmission Power
+10dBm @ 18mW
Modulation Type
FM (Frequency Modulation)
Power Source
2 x 1.5V AA Sized Batteries
Battery Life
Up to 10 hours (estimated, subject to usage pattern)
Noise Control
Pilot Tone and Noise Lock Circuitry
System Components
Receiver X 1
Transmitter x 2 (combination of handheld and bodypack)
Audio Cable 4" Jack X 1
Battery 1.5V AA x 4
15V DC Power Supply Adapter x 1
Operation Manual x 1
Handling Precautions
1. Do not subject the microphones to impacts such as throwing or knocking as this will cause
damage to the internal components.
2. Do not expose the receiver set to strong sun light and moisture and other extreme
environments.
3. Do not open the casing or dismantle the set yourself as you may risk injury from electrical
shock.
4. Do not expose the whole set to high temperatures and flame.
5. Do not dispose batteries into the garbage, Please put into a recycling bin.
6. The recommended normal operating temperature of the set is from -5°C to +45°C.
Instructions
Receiver
1. It is recommended that you install/place the receiver set at a location no less than 1m from the
floor and walls.
2. Extend antennas to the maximum length and position them perpendicular or upright to the
receiver casing to get the best reception.
3. Plug in the 12V DC power supply into wall socket and plug in the DC output into the receiver set.
4. 2 possible methods of connection, depending on your application:
a. Mono single output connection with a single piece audio cable with 4" jack:
Connect one end of the audio cable into "AF MIX OUT" socket at the back of the receiver
set, and the other end of the cable into the mixer's LINE input socket.
b. Individual channel A-B output connection with 2 pieces balanced XLR to XLR microphone
cable (not included):
Connect the XLR Female end of both cables to the "BALANCED A" and "BALANCED B"
outputs at the back of the receiver set, and the XLR MALE end of both cables to the "MIC"
inputs on the mixer.
5. Turn on the main power at the wall socket, press the "POWER" switch on the front panel of the
receiver set to turn it on. The "POWER" button will be illuminated in orange light.
. Turn on the microphones, and the LCD display will show both channels A and B frequencies.
. The LCD display will show the AF and RF signal strength and if there is weak or no reception,
the signal strength display will blink.
8. Adjust the output gain control knobs on the front panel to achieve the required output signal
level of each channel. Adjust the gain, equalizer and output settings on the mixer to achieve
the required output level and quality.
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Handheld Microphone Transmitter
1. Remove the battery compartment cover and carefully put in 2 units of 1.5V AA seized batteries.
Ensure that the polarity is correct. Replace the battery compartment cover.
2. Remove the batteries if the microphones are not in use for extended periods.
3. Push the switch on the microphone to the "ON" position to activate the microphone. The
indicator on the switch will light up in green.
4. If the indicator light turns to orange, it shows that the battery power is low. When the indicator
light turns red, the batteries are almost dead. Immediately replace the batteries with fresh ones.
5. Push the switch to the middle position would completely cut the audio signal while the
microphone is still on and transmitting to the receiver.
6. Push the switch to the "OFF" position to deactivate the microphone when not in use.
Bodypack Transmitter
1. Remove the battery compartment cover and carefully put in 2 units of 1.5V AA seized batteries.
Ensure that the polarity is correct. Replace the battery compartment cover.
2. Remove the batteries if the microphones are not in use for extended periods.
3. Push the switch on the microphone to the "ON" position to activate the microphone. The
indicator on the switch will light up in green.
4. If the indicator light turns to orange, it shows that the battery power is low. When the indicator
light turns red, the batteries are almost dead. Immediately replace the batteries with fresh ones.
5. Adjust the volume control knob at the side with a small screw driver to achieve the required
signal gain level.
6. Push the switch to the middle position would completely cut the audio signal while the
microphone is still on and transmitting to the receiver.
7. Push the switch to the "OFF" position to deactivate the microphone when not in use.
Part Descriptions
Handheld Microphone
1. Microphone Capsule
2. Zinc Alloy Socket (Antenna)
3. Battery Power/Lower Power Indicator Light
4. On/Off/Mute Switch
5. Battery Compartment (2 x 1.5V AA Sized batteries)
Bodypack Microphone
1. Microphone Capsule (Professional High Sensitivity
Condenser Capsule)
. Microphone Audio Input Jack
. Battery Power/Low Power Indicator Light
. On/Off/Mute Switch
. Battery Compartment (2 x 1.5V AA Sized batteries)
‚ Transmission Antenna
. volume Control
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Foreword
Thank you for purchasing IVA VX-8P. This Manual contains important
instructions for your equipment operation and setup. To help you make the
most out of this product, please take a few minutes to read the following
instructions below carefully before you start operating this product. Please
keep this manual for future guidance. ENJOY!
Part Descriptions
Receiver
1. Power Switch
2. LCD Display
3. Channel A Volume Control Knob
4. Channel B Volume Control Knob
5. Channel A Antenna Socket
6. Channel B Antenna Socket
7. Channel B Balanced Output Socket (XLR Male)
8. Channel A+B Audio Mix Output Socket (1/4" Jack)
9. 12V DC Power Supply Input Socket
10. Channel A Balanced Output Socket (XLR Male)
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