Wireless Personal In-Ear Monitor

Wireless Personal In-Ear Monitor
Wireless Personal In-Ear Monitor
100 CH UHF Synthesized
OWNER’S MANUAL
Contents
Contents................................................................................................................................... 2
Introduction.............................................................................................................................. 2
Using This Manual.................................................................................................................... 2
Warning.................................................................................................................................... 3
System Features...................................................................................................................... 4
Quick User Controls Guide....................................................................................................... 5
Operation
PEM-1000T Transmitter....................................................................................................... 8
PEM-1000R Receiver........................................................................................................... 9
Multiple System Operation.....................................................................................................12
Caution During Operation........................................................................................................13
Specifications..........................................................................................................................14
Frequency Table......................................................................................................................15
Service.....................................................................................................................................16
One Year Limited Warranty.....................................................................................................17
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a Nady PEM-1000 Wireless Personal In-Ear Monitor System and
congratulations on your choice. This PEM-1000 offers all of the advantages of wireless
in-ear monitoring–mobility, more focused audio, freedom from feedback, and elimination
of transport issues associated with conventional floor monitors–as well as the long-term
health benefits of safe listening levels. For the first time, a wireless in-ear monitor system
combines state-of-the-art advanced frequency synthesized UHF technology, high-end
performance, ease of use, and unprecedented affordability. The PEM-1000 offers a choice
of 100 user selectable UHF channels for the transmitter and receiver(s), as well as stereo
(MPX system) or mono mode transmission. This system is indispensable for live-stage
music performance, and is loaded with features previously found only in units costing
several times more.
Using This Manual
This booklet gives instructions for the operation of the PEM-1000 Wireless In-Ear Monitor
System. Please read the instructions for your system completely before operating unit.
This manual first lists the features of the PEM-1000, and then takes you step-by-step
in explaining how to operate your new system, for the transmitter and receiver(s). Each
section gives you detailed operating instructions. Also included in this manual are system
specifications and servicing information.
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Warning
USING THIS SYSTEM AT EXCESSIVE VOLUMES CAN CAUSE PERMANENT HEARING DAMAGE.
ALWAYS USE A VOLUME LEVEL AS LOW AS POSSIBLE.
The Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) has established the following guidelines for
maximum time exposure to sound pressure levels (SPL) before hearing damage occurs:
90 dB SPL @ 8 hours
95 dB SPL @ 4 hours
100 dB SPL @ 2 hours
105 dB SPL @ 1 hour
110 dB SPL @ 1/2 hour
115 dB SPL @ 15 minutes
Avoid exposure to 120 dB SPL or greater or irreversible ear damage may result.
(Note: It is difficult to measure the SPL present at the eardrum in live sound applications. The volume
present will be affected by the level setting of your PEM-1000R, the ambient stage sound from your
other instruments and speakers, and the quality of and fit of your in-ear speakers.)
Always avoid prolonged listening at excessive sound pressure levels. Use the following guidelines to use
this system safely:
1. Turn up the volume to your earphones only enough to hear properly. The PEM-1000 can provide a high
quality monitor mix at significantly lower decibel levels than floor monitors. Whenever possible, use
the system with the limiter in the PEM-1000R receiver ON.
2. Just as with any in-ear monitor system, The PEM-1000 works best when used exclusively by all
performers on stage (without any wedges or side monitors). The high sound pressure levels produced
by floor monitors (especially if the band plays loud) can bleed through the in-ear monitor ear-buds and,
in the worst cases, hinder their effectiveness. Experiment with your overall mix to get the maximum
benefit from your PEM-1000.
3. Turn down the volume immediately if you experience any pain or hearing discomfort or ringing in the
ears after use.
4. Have an audiologist check your hearing and ears regularly. If you experience any wax buildup in your
ears, do not use the system until an audiologist examines your ears.
5. Wipe the earphones with an antiseptic before and after use to avoid infection. Stop using the
earphones if they cause discomfort or infection.
!
An equilateral triangle enclosing an exclamation point is intended to alert the users to
the presence of important operating and service instructions in the literature enclosed
with this unit.
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System Features
•100 selectable UHF frequencies for
interference-free performance. (Up to 8
systems can operate simultaneously).
PEM-1000R Receiver
•Portable bodypack receiver features a
power switch switchable with built-in
volume output level control, select button
for choosing one of 100 UHF channels,
LCD channel display, stereo/mono, Signal/
Low Battery LED indicator.
•System consists of PEM-1000T
transmitter and one bodypack PEM1000R receiver, both of which offer 100
•Receiver has AUTO–SCAN for finding
channels user select-ability. Any number of
an open channel and IR SYNC to system
additional receivers can also be operated
transmitter
with the same transmitter if they are all
•Handy Mute Button for muting audio if
set to the same channel.
desired during use
•AUTO-SCAN on receiver unit for easily
•Operates up to 8 hours (depending on
locating clear channels or manually
volume) on 2x1.5V AA alkaline batteries
choosing Group/Channel on transmitter
•Each receiver is supplied with a pair of
•IR (Infrared) synchronization both ways
miniature, lightweight (yet powerful)
interface between receiver and transmitter
in-ear speakers with soft rubber mounts,
•User-friendly menu operation with more
designed for “custom” form-fitted comfort
control options shown in LCD display
and optimum acoustic transfer and
•Proprietary companding circuitry for wide
isolation.
Dynamic Range and clear, natural sound
•Rear clip can be rotated 180˚ for attaching
•Operating Range: Up to 500 feet typical
receiver either vertically up or down
(depending on site conditions)
position.
•Rugged, foam-padded traveling case
provides easy, safe transport and storage
PEM-1000T Transmitter
•Rugged, all metal half-rack that can be
rack mounted singly or side-by-side with
optional rack kits
•Front panel features stereo headphone
monitor output jack and volume control,
select button for choosing one of 100
UHF channels, Left/Right 5-segment audio
input level displays, LCD channel display,
and IR SYNC to system receivers
•Back panel provides BNC jack for the
detachable antenna, a combo 1/4” TRS
unbalanced, and balanced XLR jacks for
Left and Right Line inputs, Left and Right
1/4” TRS unbalanced loop outputs
•Externally powered by AC-DC power
adapter
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Quick User Control Guide
Transmitter Front Panel
1. Earphone Output 1/4” jack: Connecting stereo earphones for monitoring output signal
2. Volume Knob: Adjusting the volume clock-wise (MAX), counter clock-wise (MIN)
3. Left/Right Source Audio Input Level LCD tree: Indicates if audio input source level is optional
4. LCD display: Displaying Channel/Frequency, and other status
5. Infrared Receptor/Sender LED: Synchronizes operatingnfrequency between transmitter and receiver as selected by either
6. Manual UP selecting button: Manual setting up with up direction
7. Set Up Button: Set up the functions of the transmitter/ scroll through the menu list
8. Manual DOWN selecting button: Manual setting up with down direction
9. SYNC Button: Press this button down can set up the transmitter and receiver’s infrared link and connection
10. Power Switch: Press momentarily to turn ON and for a few seconds to turn unit OFF
Transmitter Rear Panel
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16.
Transmitter Antenna BNC connector: Connect antenna before use
Left Channel Loop Out: 1/4” jack provides parallel unbalanced pass-through output of input source signal to other devices
Right Channel Loop Out: see above
Left Channel Audio Source Input: Combo XLR/1/4” jack, mono
Right Channel Audio Source Input: Combo XLR/1/4” jack, mono
DC Input Jack: Connects AC/DC adapter power supply (center of jack is + polarity)
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Bodypack Receiver
17. Power and Volume Control: Combo power ON/OFF switch and earphones volume adjust
18. Earphone Out: 1/8” (3.5mm) jack for connecting monitoring earphones
19. Antenna: permanently attached
20. RF Signal LED Indicator: Lights RED when receiving transmitter’s signal
21. LCD Display: Displays selected frequency and battery life status (0 Bar=Empty)
22. Infrared Receptor/Sender LED: Synchronizes operating frequency between transmitter and receiver as selected by either
23. Stereo/Mono Switch: Selects either stereo or mono output to earphones
24. Limiter Switch: Select to limit the audio output level to earphones
25. Battery Compartment: Holds 2 x AA Betteries
26. Battery Compartment Door: Covers batteries and selection buttons
27. LOCK Button: Locks the receiver controls to prevent accidental adjustment
28. SYNC Button: Press to download receiver’s Autoscan selected frequency to receiver via infrared link for frequency synchronization
29. AUTOSCAN: Press to automatically find open channel
30. MUTE Button: For muting the audio output to the headphone
31 . Belt Clip: Rotates 180o for attaching to belt with receiver’s top panel in either up or down position
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Rack-mounting the PEM-1000T
32. RKT-11: Optional rackmount kit for rackmounting a single unit. Includes front antenna mount, jack and
connecting cable.
33. RKT-21: Optional rackmount kit for rackmounting two units side-by-side.
34. AC/DC Adapter: DC-12V/1000mA (110-240VAC, auto select), plugs into transmitter DC Input Jack (16)
35. Antenna: screws onto transmitter Antenna BNC connector (11)
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Operation
PEM-100T Transmitter
1. Rack-mounting the transmitter
The PEM-1000T requires no installation and can be used on any flat surface. However, in some applications rack
mounting is preferred. There are 2 options available for rack-mounting the PEM-1000T transmitter: singly or
side-by-side with another PEM-1000T transmitter.
• Single mounting: The optional RKT-11 Rack Kit (32) can be attached with the screws provided on the
front of the side panels to enable rackmounting a single PEM-1000T transmitter. Includes front antenna
mount, jack and connecting cable.
• Side-by-side dual mounting: The optional RKT-21 Rack Kit (33) can be attached with the screws
provided on the front of the side panels to enable rackmounting two PEM-1000T transmitters.
(Note: Do not mount the transmitter(s) in a rack directly above an amplifier or other source of high heat–this
could degrade the performance of the PEM-1000T. Always ensure adequate airflow and heat dissipation in any
rack configuration.)
2. Antenna
Connect the Antenna (35) or optional remote antenna on the back panel to the Antenna Jack (11). Optimal
antenna position is vertical. For maximum range, it is always best to maintain a line of sight (no obstructions)
between the transmitter antenna and the receiver(s) at all times whenever possible.
3. Powering the Transmitter
Plug the 12V-15V/1000mA DC Adapter (34) provided into the DC Input Jack (16) on the back of the receiver.
Then plug the power supply into an AC outlet. Press the Power Switch (10) once to turn on the transmitter. The
backlight LCD Display (4) will now light and the transmitter is operational. The LCD display will be lit up and
meantime all the relative information will be displaying on the screen, when the PLL circuit has been locked the
transmitter will start to transmit the signal.
4. Connecting the Audio Input
The PEM-1000T transmitter features a 1/4” TRS unbalanced and balanced XLR for the LEFT Input (14) and
RIGHT Input (15) combo sockets for inputting Line Level. The pass through LEFT and RIGHT output 1/4” TRS
unbalanced for daisy chain audio. The audio signal input can be chosen to be stereo or mono signal. If mono, the
input should be gone through AF IN RIGHT input (15) using XLR balanced input or 1/4” unbalanced plug, the
socket is a combo socket to be able to use the both plugs but only one a time.
(Please note: The signal input level is line level, if need to input Mic level, then it has to be amplified before
inputting, otherwise the sensitivity is not enough, we recommend to first connect with the monitoring output on
the mixer first.)
5. Set the proper audio input level
The strength of the audio input signal will be displaying on the two LED Indicators (3) on the front-left panel.
Adjusting the output level properly makes three LEDs to be lit up. When input level is higher, the four LEDs lit up.
If more than 4 LEDs are lit up the fifth red LED will be lighted to show the input signal has been too strong. So,
adjust the input properly to make sure the S/N ratio and dynamic range are the best to avoid distortion.
(Note: As when making any connection, make sure that the PEM-1000T Volume Knob (2) and the console
output levels are set at minimum volume before plugging into the transmitter. This will avoid possible loud
transients in the PEM-1000R receiver if it is already turned on, and with earphones plugged into the user’s ears.)
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6. Monitoring on audio signal and connection with earphones
The sound technician can monitor the signal being transmitted with a pair of wired headphones via the stereo
1/4” TRS Earphone Output Jack (1). The volume can be adjusted as desired with the Volume Knob (2). Both
the left and right channels of a stereo signal are adjusted simultaneously by this control in the same manner. To
monitor the sound, plug the stereo earphones into the earphone/headphone output jack, the earphone jack must
be stereo 1/4”at the same time please rotate the volume knob to adjust the proper monitoring volume.
(Please note: In order to protect your ears, the volume must be adjusted properly, it can’t be too loud, and if too
loud the earphone output will be distorted.)
7. Transmitter function set up procedure:
SET Button (7): This button has five functions/menus and works conjunction with the UP (6), or DOWN (8),
they are explained as below:
MAIN DISPLAY➞SET CH➞MODE➞GROUP➞RF PWR➞AF IN➞EXIT
SET Button Illustration:
a.Press the SET Up Button to select SET CH menu, press Manual UP or DOWN button to increase or
decrease the frequency to get the ideal one, meanwhile you can see the frequencies are changed per 125
KHz on the LCD displaying screen.
b.Press the SET Up Button again to select MODE menu, press Manual Up button to be in Stereo mode and
press Manual Down button to be in Mono mode (only R input is used).
c.Press the SET Up Button third time to enter GROUP menu, press Manual Up or Down to increase or
decrease the frequencies to get the wanted frequency, meanwhile you can see the channel numbers are
changed per 10 CH a time on the LCD displaying screen.
d.Press the SET Button the fourth time to select RF PWR menu, press Manual Up or Down to choose the
emission power HI or LOW. It has been preset to be LOW power at 10mW, HI is 100mW. Please kindly
check with your local wireless transmission control gets the relative regulation on its allowable power limit.
e.Press the SET Button the fifth time entering input AF IN menu, press Up or Down to choose the max audio
input level, either +4dB or +10dB.
f.Press the SET Up Button again to EXIT menu, in this preset menu after 8 seconds the unit will be existed to
the default main menu automatically.
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PEM-1000R Receiver
1. Using the battery and the battery automatically management system
The receiver requires two pieces of normal or rechargeable AA-Batteries (25). Insert the batteries into the
Battery Compartment (25). Observe the correct polarity and close the Battery Door (26). The normal AA
battery can run more than 8 hours. When the battery voltage is less than 1.9V the power management system
will power off the unit automatically to protect the batteries from leakage.
(Notes: The normal batteries must be with good quality and without leakage. The rechargeable battery must be
the Ni-H battery without memory effect but large capacity.)
2. Earphone connection
Connect the stereo monitoring earphones jack into the receiver.
Plug in the stereo monitoring earphone jack to the 1/4” stereo Earphone Jack (18), or can also connect any
normal earphone or put the output terminals to be connected with other audio equipments’ audio signal input.
(Please note: The earphone output jack is stereo output, please pay attention to the fact that the connecting
plug must be stereo plug, if it is the mono jack, it will be possible to get short-circuit on the output and then
damage one side of the earphone output.)
(Note: Wipe the earphones and rubber mounts with an antiseptic before and after each use to avoid infection.
Stop using the earphones if they are causing discomfort or infection.)
3. Power on the unit and volume control
Rotate the power and Volume Knob (17) on the top of the receiver clockwise to power on the unit, meanwhile
the LCD Display (21) is showing out the working frequencies and battery status. After the unit is on,
continuously rotate the volume knob in clockwise direction to get the volume louder and turn counter clockwise
to reduce the volume.
(Please note: When the battery is weak or too little remaining, the unit can’t be powered on, it is a must to
change new batteries or to check if the batteries are well installed with right polarity.)
4. Sound mode switch
Stereo-Mono Switch (23) can be used to choose if the current earphone should be stereo output or mono output,
when the stereo is chosen, it must work with the transmitter and the transmitter should be tuned to be stereo too.
(Please note: When the stereo output mode is chosen, the sound performance is good while the S/ N ratio is not
good as when choosing mixed sound in mono mode output).
5. Sound Limit mode switch
The Limit Switch (24) is used to keep the headphone output to a limited level.
6. RF signal LED Indicator
When the RF LED Indicator (20) has been lit up, it means there has gotten transmitter’s signal. If the
interference signals at the same frequency, it will also light up. To eliminate the interference please switch to
the non-interference frequency.
7. Frequency setup for either from the Transmitter-Receiver or Receiver-Transmitter
For Transmitter-Receiver: Open the Battery Compartment (26) of the receiver, get the Infrared Receiving
IR (22) to be seen, and should be pointing to the transmitter Infrared Transmission Window (5), press the
SYNC Button (9) on the transmitter until the receiver has gotten the same frequency as the transmitter. Now
the system has been set up successfully set up. Close the receiver’s battery compartment. If you have more than
one receiver, use this procedure to sync the additional receiver.
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For syncing Receiver-Selected Frequency to Transmitter: Press the receiver Auto-Scan Button (29) to locate
an open frequency/channel. Point the Receiver Infrared IR receptor/Sensor(22) at the transmitter Infrared
Transmission Window (5) and press the SYNC Button (28) on the receiver until the transmitter’s LCD
Screen (4) displays the same frequency as the receiver’s LCD Screen (21).
8. The receiver’s LCD display can be locked with the LOCK Button (27) to prevent accidental
adjustment, or to unlock it to make an adjustment later. The “LOCK” icon will be displayed
on the LCD screen in lock mode only. Push the Lock button to unlock.
9. The headphone audio can muted temporarily by pressing the MUTE Button (30). Press
again to un-mute. The “MUTE” icon will be displayed on the LCD screen in mute mode
only.
10. Wearing the Bodypack Receiver.
The Belt Clip (31) rotates 180˚ for attaching to belt with receiver’s top panel in either up or
down position as pictured below.
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Multiple System Operation
Selecting a Channel/ Multiple System Operation
Both the PEM-1000T transmitter and PEM-1000R receiver offer a choice of 100 channels in the UHF band. Select
an open frequency, that doesn’t interfere with any other PEM-1000 or UHF wireless Mic system you are also
using, by pushing the SET Up Button (7) and Manual Up (6) or Manual Down (8) buttons on the front panel of the
PEM-1000T until the channel you want is displayed on the LCD Display (4). You will also need to select the same
channel for the transmitter (see Transmitter Operation instructions above). If different mixes are required for the
different performers, additional PEM-1000T transmitters and receivers set to other channels must also be used,
and each transmitter must be fed a different mix from the console as desired. Depending on the band(s) you are
using and open channel availability within the band(s), up to 8 PEM-1000 systems on different frequencies can
be operated simultaneously to provide multiple discrete mixes to the performers.
[Note: After selecting a frequency on the transmitter, you must also check with the receiver to ensure that the
chosen channel is open (i.e., no other transmissions from other sources, such as UHF TV channels in your area,
operating at the same frequency). Turn off the PEM-1000T transmitter, and monitor the signal from the PEM1000R (see PEM-1000R instructions page). It should be silent. For optimum operation and range, if you receive
any transmissions or static you must choose another channel that is clear.]
[Note: If, after you complete the set-up, you experience interference or unsatisfactory audio performance, change
the channel until the problem goes away. In the extremely rare circumstance that such a problem persists, turn
off all UHF wireless Mic being used or move their receivers physically away from the PEM-1000T transmitter.
In some instances, UHF wireless Mic and the PEM-1000 system can interact if they are too close in frequency.
Contact the NADY SYSTEMS Service Department for further information if necessary (see SERVICE)]
Multiple Monitor Mixes
Any number of PEM-1000R receivers can be used with a single PEM-1000T transmitter set to the same channel.
Although there are individual controls on each receiver allowing different levels of volume, each receiver will
receive the same transmitted monitor mix (see Selecting Stereo or Mono Mode Reception above for exceptions).
If different mixes are required for the different performers, additional PEM-1000T transmitters and receivers
set to other channels must also be used, and each transmitter must be fed a different mix from the console as
desired.
(Note: Never set more than ONE transmitter to the same operating frequency.)
Testing Receiver Range
Wearing your receiver and earphones, walk around the stage area and listen for audio quality. Depending
on room size, obstructions, amount of reflective metal surfaces, and other conditions that may affect RF
transmission, it is normal that the audio may disappear or “drop out” in certain locations. Such zones, otherwise
known as “null spots” are very small and fixed in location if you are within 100 feet of the transmitter and will
become larger as you approach the ultimate range of your system in that location (up to 500 feet, Depending on
site conditions). Generally, it is possible to eliminate such “null spots” by moving your PEM-1000T transmitter
as little as 12-18 inches in any direction. If that is not convenient (e.g., because the PEM-1000T is rackmounted),
you can also use an optional remote antenna. Contact the NADY SYSTEMS Service Department for information
about remote antennas for the PEM-1000T. After you move the transmitter or relocate a remote antenna, range
walk the stage and other areas you will use in your performance to again check for consistent reception. You are
now ready to use the PEM-1000 system for wireless personal in-ear monitoring.
(Note: Due to the strong transmission power of the PEM-1000T, you may experience compromised audio or static
if the PEM-1000R is too close to the antenna of the PEM-1000T transmitter. Always operate the receiver at least
6 ft (2 m) away from the transmitter antenna.)
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Cautions During Operation
1. When this in-ear wireless monitoring system is used together with a wireless microphone system, make sure they are not on close frequencies to avoid their possible interference with each other.
2. If using a coaxial cable to connect the transmitter to a remote antenna, note that the coaxial cable must be 50 and less than 5 meters long for optimum operating range.
3. Maintain line-of sight-operation at all times, when possible, for best performance and range.
4. For best performance use only the supplied power adapter for the transmitter.
5. If using earphone other than those supplied, make sure they have a sensitivity of at least 110dB/mW. Note that the receiver’s battery life diminishes as earphone volume is increased or earphones have low sensitivity, which requires more power to drive to a desired volume.
6. Always remove batteries from receiver if not using them for a long time as leaking batteries can damage the unit.
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Specifications
Operating Frequency Range Modulation Audio Frequency Response T. H. D.
Signal-to-Noise Ratio Operating Range 100 Selectable Channels, 673MHz to 685.375MHz, country dependent
Mono or stereo (MPX with pilot tone), FM: F3E +/- 25 KHz, nominal
50 ~ 15,000 Hz (-3dB)
< 1%
> 80 dB, with proprietary companding noise reduction
Up to 500 feet typical (depending on site conditions)
PEM-1000T Transmitter
RF Output Power 100 mW (Hi), 10 mW (Lo), country dependent
Spurious Emission
> -55 dBc
Frequency Stability +/- 100 PPM
Headphones Out Power 50 mW max. @ 16 ~ 32 Ω
Input impedance
750 Ω (L/R Audio Line Inputs)
Nominal Input Level
0 dBm
Max. Input Levels
+4dB/+10dB Selectable
Controls Power ON/OFF, Menu buttons; headphones monitor volume control
Connectors ¼” stereo headphones monitor out, Combo ¼” and XLR female type in,
and ¼” TS unbalanced loop out jacks, 1/12” barrel-type DC input jack; BNC
antenna socket
Indicators Power ON LED; Channel LCD and 5-segment L-R audio LED input displays
Antenna
¼ wave rigid detachable, BNC mount
Power Requirement
External 12V/1000mA (110V-240V auto selection)
Dimension
8.27” x 9.1” x 1.75” (210 x 231 x 45mm)
Weight
2.98 lbs (1.35 Kg)
PEM-1000R Receiver
Maximum Audio Output Level
80 mW max, 5mW (Limiter ON) @ 16 ~ 32 Ω
RF Sensitivity
2.5uV (-100 dB/12 dB SINAD)
Squelch Threshold < -90 dB
Spurious Rejection
> 55 dBc
Audio Output Connector 1/8” Stereo (Tip=left, Ring=Right, Sleeve=ground)
Controls Volume/ON/OFF, IR window, STEREO/MONO, Limiter ON/OFF switches,
LOCK, SYNC, SCAN buttons and MUTE button
Indicators Low Battery LCD (5 Bars), Signal ON (RED LED)
Power Requirements 1.5Vx2 alkaline batteries
Current Drain 130 mA~260mA
Battery Life
Up to 8 hours, volume dependent
Antenna External Flexible
Dimensions 4.5” x 0.9” x 2.6” (115 x 23 x 66 mm)
Weight 2.85 oz (80 Kg)
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
RKT-11 Single transmitter rackmount kit. Includes front antenna mount, jack and connecting cable.
RKT-21 Dual (side-by-side) transmitters rackmount kit
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Frequency Table (MHz)
CHS
01112131415161718191
1
673.000674.250675.500676.750678.000679.250680.500681.750683.000684.250
2
673.125674.375675.625676.875678.125679.375680.625681.875683.125684.375
3
673.250674.500675.750677.000678.250679.500680.750682.000683.250684.500
4
673.375674.625675.875677.125678.375679.625680.875682.125683.375684.625
5
673.500674.750676.000677.250678.500679.750681.000682.250683.500684.750
6
673.625674.875676.125677.375678.625679.875681.125682.375683.625684.875
7
673.750675.000676.250677.500678.750680.000681.250682.500683.750685.000
8
673.875675.125676.375677.625678.875680.125681.375682.625683.875685.125
9
674.000675.250676.500677.750679.000680.250681.500682.750684.000685.250
10
674.125675.375676.625677.875679.125680.375681.625682.875684.125685.375
Consumer Alert
Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless in-ear
monitor system. Nevertheless, operating this system without a
license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause
harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not
in excess of 50mW); and it has noprotection from interference
received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware
that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone
systems, and these rules are subject to change.
For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC
(TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit
www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumerfacts/wirelessmic_factsheet.html.
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One Year Limited Warranty
Nady Systems, Inc. warrants to the original consumer purchaser that the unit is free from any defects in
material or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original retail purchase. If any such defect
is discovered within the warranty period, Nady Systems, Inc. will repair or replace the unit free of charge,
subject to verification of the defect or malfunction upon return to Nady Systems. Please do not return your
Nady product to the store where it was purchased as Nady Systems handles your warranty service directly.
Communication with our Service Department is the most efficient means of servicing your unit and we are
dedicated to keeping you a satisfied customer.
To the extent permitted by law, any applicable implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability
and fitness are hereby limited to one year from the date of purchase. Consequential or incidental damages
resulting from a breach of any applicable express or implied warranties are hereby excluded. This warranty
is in lieu of all other agreements and warranties, general or special, express or implied and no representative
or person including a Nady dealer, agent, or employee is authorized to assume for us any other liability in
connection with the sale or use of this Nady Systems’ product.
Whereas some states do not allow limitations on how long implied warranties last, and do not allow
exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, the above limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which may vary from state
to state.
This warranty is subject to the following conditions:
1) This system must have been purchased from an authorized Nady dealer and all warranty
service must be performed by Nady’s service department. Any service not performed by Nady
will automatically void this warranty.
2) Items not covered: physical damage resulting from improper handling of the unit in transit from the factory
by the shipper (Nady Systems is not responsible for such damage and all such claims must be made against
the shipping company by the consignee); defects caused by normal wear of the product (expendable parts
are typically connectors, cables, potentiometers, switches and similar components); damage or defects
caused by abuse, neglect, accident, failure to connect or operate the unit in any way that does not comply
with applicable technical or safety regulations, or improper repair, excessive heat or humidity, alteration or
unreasonable use of the unit, causing cracks, broken cases/housings or parts; damage caused by leaking
batteries; finish or appearance items; items damaged in shipment en route to Nady Systems, Inc. for repair.
The warranty is null and void if any Nady serial number has been removed or defaced.
Service
(U.S.) Should your Nady PEM-1000 Wireless Personal In-Ear Monitor System require service, please contact
the Nady Service Department via telephone at (510) 652- 2411 or e-mail to [email protected] for
a Return Authorization (R/A) Number and a service quote (if out of warranty). Make sure the R/A Number is
clearly marked on the outside of the package that you send in and enclose a cashier’s check or money order
(if not prepaid with a credit card). Ship the unit prepaid to: Nady Systems, Inc., Service Department, 6701
Shellmound Street, Emeryville, CA 94608. Include a brief description of the problem you are experiencing.
(INTERNATIONAL) For service, please contact the Nady distributor in your country through the dealer from
whom you purchased this product.
The warranty card enclosed with this system contains additional valuable warranty and service information.
Keep it in a safe place for possible future reference. Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as it will void
the warranty.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SERVICE THIS UNIT YOURSELF AS IT CAN BE DANGEROUS AND ALSO WILL
VOID THE WARRANTY
6701 Shellmound Street | Emeryville, CA USA 94608
T 510.652.2411 | F 510.652.5075 | www.nady.com
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