Manual - Thomann.de
Tour Guide TG
C18, C2, 16 HAT,16 R, 16 T
tour guide system
user manual
Musikhaus Thomann
Thomann GmbH
Hans-Thomann-Straße 1
96138 Burgebrach
Germany
Telephone: +49 (0) 9546 9223-0
E-mail: info@thomann.de
Internet: www.thomann.de
25.01.2017, ID: 234704, 234705, 234706, 235603, 278197
Table of contents
Table of contents
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General notes............................................................................................................................................... 6
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Safety instructions..................................................................................................................................... 8
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Features and scope of delivery.........................................................................................................
3.1 Bodypack Transmitter TG 16 T....................................................................................................
3.2 Handheld transmitter TG 16 HT..................................................................................................
3.3 Bodypack Receiver TG 16 R..........................................................................................................
3.4 Charger system TG C2....................................................................................................................
3.5 Charger system TG C18..................................................................................................................
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Installation and starting up................................................................................................................ 16
4.1 General information........................................................................................................................ 16
4.2 Dealing with lithium batteries..................................................................................................... 18
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Connections and controls...................................................................................................................
5.1 Bodypack Transmitter TG 16 T....................................................................................................
5.2 Handheld transmitter TG 16 HT..................................................................................................
5.3 Bodypack Receiver TG 16 R..........................................................................................................
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5.4 Charger system TG C2.................................................................................................................... 29
5.5 Charger system TG C18.................................................................................................................. 31
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Operating....................................................................................................................................................
6.1 Bodypack Transmitter TG 16 T....................................................................................................
6.2 Handheld transmitter TG 16 HT..................................................................................................
6.3 Bodypack Receiver TG 16 R..........................................................................................................
6.4 Charger system TG C2....................................................................................................................
6.5 Charger system TG C18..................................................................................................................
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Technical specifications.......................................................................................................................
7.1 Bodypack Transmitter TG 16 T....................................................................................................
7.2 Handheld transmitter TG 16 HT..................................................................................................
7.3 Bodypack Receiver TG 16 R..........................................................................................................
7.4 Charger system TG C2....................................................................................................................
7.5 Charger system TG C18..................................................................................................................
7.6 Frequency table................................................................................................................................
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Plug and connection assignment.................................................................................................... 44
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Troubleshooting...................................................................................................................................... 46
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Protecting the environment.............................................................................................................. 49
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General notes
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General notes
This user manual contains important information on safe operation of the device. Read and
follow all safety notes and all instructions. Save this manual for future reference. Make sure
that it is available to all persons using this device. If you sell the device, include the manual for
the next owner.
Our products are subject to a process of continuous development. We therefore reserve the
right to make changes without notice.
Symbols and signal words
This section provides an overview of the symbols and signal words used in this user manual.
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General notes
Signal word
Meaning
DANGER!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates an
immediate dangerous situation that will result in death or
serious injury if it is not avoided.
WARNING!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates a pos‐
sible dangerous situation that can result in death or serious
injury if it is not avoided.
NOTICE!
This combination of symbol and signal word indicates a pos‐
sible dangerous situation that can result in material and
environmental damage if it is not avoided.
Warning signs
Type of danger
Warning – danger zone.
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Safety instructions
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Safety instructions
Intended use
This device is intended to be used for the wireless transmission of audio signals especially for
voice transmission during guided tours and events. Use the device only as described in this
user manual. Any other use or use under other operating conditions is considered to be
improper and may result in personal injury or property damage. No liability will be assumed for
damages resulting from improper use.
This device may be used only by persons with sufficient physical, sensorial, and intellectual
abilities and having corresponding knowledge and experience. Other persons may use this
device only if they are supervised or instructed by a person who is responsible for their safety.
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Safety instructions
Safety
DANGER!
Danger for children
Ensure that plastic bags, packaging, etc. are disposed of properly and are not
within reach of babies and young children. Choking hazard!
Ensure that children do not detach any small parts (e.g. knobs or the like) from
the unit. They could swallow the pieces and choke!
Never let children unattended use electrical devices.
WARNING!
Incorrect handling of lithium batteries can result in injury
In the event of a short circuit, overheating or mechanical damage, lithium bat‐
teries can cause severe injuries.
Follow the advice on the correct handling of lithium batteries in the present sec‐
tion.
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NOTICE!
Operating conditions
This device has been designed for indoor use only. To prevent damage, never
expose the device to any liquid or moisture. Avoid direct sunlight, heavy dirt, and
strong vibrations.
NOTICE!
External power supply
The device is powered by an external power supply. Before connecting the
external power supply, ensure that the input voltage (AC outlet) matches the
voltage rating of the device and that the AC outlet is protected by a residual cur‐
rent circuit breaker. Failure to do so could result in damage to the device and pos‐
sibly the user.
Unplug the external power supply before electrical storms occur and when the
device is unused for long periods of time to reduce the risk of electric shock or
fire.
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Safety instructions
NOTICE!
Risk of fire due to incorrect polarity
Incorrectly inserted batteries may destroy the device or the batteries.
Ensure that proper polarity is observed when inserting batteries.
NOTICE!
Possible damage by leaking batteries
Leaking batteries can cause permanent damage to the device.
Take batteries out of the device if it is not going to be used for a longer period.
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Features and scope of delivery
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Features and scope of delivery
The wireless tour guide system TG 16 can be used as tour guide system for visitors in many
different areas where ideal voice quality and simple handling are essential. The system offers
various compilation possibilities so it can be tailored easily to many different needs. The
system operates within a UHF frequency range that is free of charge and registration (863 …
865 MHz) on one out of 16 switchable frequencies. Up to three parallel systems are possible.
The system is designed for mono transmission.
The tour guide system consists of the following components:
n one transmitter – either
– Bodypack Transmitter TG 16 T
or
– Handheld transmitter TG 16 HT
n as many Bodypack Receivers TG 16 R as desired
To charge the Receiver TG 16 R and Transmitter TG 16 T the following charger systems are
used:
n TG C2 with two charging slots
n TG C18 with 18 charging slots
The components are available separately and as handy combinations.
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Features and scope of delivery
3.1 Bodypack Transmitter TG 16 T
The transmitter for the wireless tour guide system TG 16 is characterized by the following fea‐
tures:
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Displays for set channel and operating status
Integrated chargeable lithium battery
Charging contacts for charger system TG C2 and TG C18
Integrated microphone
3.5 mm output for separate microphone
Housing colour: Black
Suitable earset microphone, cloth pouch for storage, band and belt clip included.
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Features and scope of delivery
3.2 Handheld transmitter TG 16 HT
The transmitter for the wireless tour guide system TG 16 is characterized by the following fea‐
tures:
n Displays for set channel and operating status
n Operating voltage supply 2 × AA cells (LR6, 1.5 V)
3.3 Bodypack Receiver TG 16 R
The transmitter for the wireless tour guide system TG 16 is characterized by the following fea‐
tures:
n
n
n
n
n
n
Displays for set channel and operating status
Integrated chargeable lithium battery
Charging contacts for charger system TG C2 and TG C18
Housing colour: Grey
3.5 mm output for ear phones
Suitable one ear phone, band and belt clip included
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3.4 Charger system TG C2
The charger system for the wireless tour guide system TG 16 is characterized by the following
features:
n Two charging slots for Bodypack Transmitter TG 16 T and Bodypack Receiver TG 16 R
n Separate control LED for each charging slot
n Power supply via supplied power adapter
3.5 Charger system TG C18
The charger system for the wireless tour guide system TG 16 is characterized by the following
features:
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18 charging slots for Bodypack Transmitter TG 16 T and Bodypack Receiver TG 16 R
Separate control LED for each charging slot
Power supply via supplied power adapter
Built into a handy and robust portable case
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Installation and starting up
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Installation and starting up
4.1 General information
Unpack and carefully check that there is no transportation damage before using the unit. Keep
the equipment packaging. To fully protect the device against vibration, dust and moisture
during transportation or storage use the original packaging or your own packaging material
suitable for transport or storage, respectively.
Establish all connections as long as the unit is switched off. Use the shortest possible highquality cables for all connections.
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Notes on wireless transmission
n This device utilizes frequencies that are not harmonized within the European Union (EU)
and therefore may only be used in certain EU member states. In all European countries, the
frequencies used for the transmission of audio signals are strictly regulated. Before you
start, make sure the frequencies are allowed in the respective country and check whether
the operation must be reported to the appropriate authority.
For more information, please visit: http://www.thomann.de.
n Make sure that transmitter and receiver are both tuned to the same channel.
n Never set multiple transmitters to the same channel.
n Make sure that there are no metal objects between the transmitter and receiver.
n Avoid interference from other radio or in-ear systems.
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4.2 Dealing with lithium batteries
WARNING!
Incorrect handling of lithium batteries can result in injury
In the event of a short circuit, overheating or mechanical damage, lithium bat‐
teries can cause severe injuries.
Follow the advice on the correct handling of lithium batteries in the present sec‐
tion.
When handled correctly and appropriately lithium batteries pose no risk.
Store lithium batteries in a cool, dry place, ideally in the original packaging.
Store lithium batteries away from heat sources (e.g. radiators or sunlight). Lithium batteries are
hermetically sealed. Never attempt to open a lithium battery.
If the battery housing is damaged small amounts of the electrolyte may leak out. If this should
happen, seal the lithium battery in airtight packaging and wipe up the traces of electrolyte
using absorbent paper towels. You must wear protective rubber gloves when doing so. Clean
your hands and the affected surface thoroughly with cold water.
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Never attempt to recharge non-rechargeable lithium batteries. When charging lithium bat‐
teries you must use a suitable charging device intended for the purpose.
Before disposing of the device remove the lithium batteries. Protect used lithium batteries
against potential short circuits, e.g. by covering the poles with adhesive tape.
Only use powder extinguishers or other suitable extinguishing agents to extinguish a burning
lithium battery.
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Connections and controls
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Connections and controls
5.1 Bodypack Transmitter TG 16 T
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Connections and controls
1 [POWER]
Main switch. Turns the device on and off. To turn the device on, press the button for about one second. To turn it off,
press the button for about three seconds.
2 [RESET]
Reset button for resetting the device to factory defaults.
3 [MIC INPUT]
3.5 mm mini phone socket (mono) to connect the supplied earset microphone or another microphone.
4 Notches for threading the band.
5 belt clip.
6 Display.
7 [CHANNEL]
Channel selection button. Transmitter and receiver must be set to the same channel.
8 Indicating the frequency range in which the device operates. The indication here must match the information on the
receiver.
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9 Charging contacts.
10 MIC
Built-in microphone.
11 [VOL]
Volume control.
12 LED to indicate the operating status. The LED lights up green when the device is turned on. The LED lights up red
when the charge of the built-in battery is too low.
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Connections and controls
5.2 Handheld transmitter TG 16 HT
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Connections and controls
1 [POWER / MUTE]
Power switch. Turns the device on and off or mutes it. To turn the device on and off, press the switch for about three
seconds. Press the switch once briefly to mute or unmute the microphone.
2 LED to indicate the operating status. The LED lights up green when the device is turned on. The LED flashes when the
device is muted and it lights up red when the charge of the built-in battery is too low.
3 Display.
4 [GAIN]
Rotary control to adjust the volume (under the removable microphone head).
5 Removable microphone head (with screw-cap).
6 Removable cover for the battery compartment.
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7 Battery compartment.
7 [SET]
Channel selection button. Transmitter and receiver must be set to the same channel.
The frequency range of the device is indicated below the button. The indication here must match the information on
the receiver.
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Connections and controls
5.3 Bodypack Receiver TG 16 R
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Connections and controls
1 [POWER]
Main switch. Turns the device on and off. To turn the device on, press the button for about one second. To turn it off,
press the button for about three seconds.
2 [RESET]
Reset button for resetting the device to factory defaults.
3 3.5 mm mini phone socket (mono) to connect the supplied one ear phone or another ear phone.
4 Notches for threading the band.
5 belt clip.
6 Display.
7 [CHANNEL]
Channel selection button. Transmitter and receiver must be set to the same channel.
8 Indicating the frequency range in which the device operates. The indication here must match the information on the
transmitter.
9 Charging contacts.
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10 [VOL]
Volume control.
11 LED to indicate the operating status. The LED lights up green when the device is turned on. The LED lights up red
when the charge of the built-in battery is too low.
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5.4 Charger system TG C2
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1 2 Charging slots for Bodypack Transmitter or Receiver with separate control LED. The LED flashes when the charging
slot is free. The LED turns off when charging the device. It lights constantly when the device in the charging slot is
fully charged.
2 Connection for the supplied power adapter.
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5.5 Charger system TG C18
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1 18 Charging slots for Bodypack Transmitter or Receiver with separate control LED. The LED flashes when the charging
slot is free. The LED turns off when charging the device. It lights constantly when the device in the charging slot is
fully charged.
2 [DC INPUT]
Connection for the supplied power adapter.
3 [POWER]
Main switch to turn the device on and off.
The integrated LED indicates that the device is turned on.
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Operating
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Operating
6.1 Bodypack Transmitter TG 16 T
Preparing the unit
Thread the supplied band through the corresponding notches at the upper right corner of the
housing. If you do not want to use the built-in microphone, you can connect the supplied
earset microphone or another suitable microphone to the corresponding socket.
Make sure that the device is fully charged before using it.
Turning the unit on
Press [POWER] until the control LED lights up green. The device is now operational.
Select channel
The display at the side of the device indicates the channel that is currently set. To change the
setting, press the button underneath the display until the decimal point on the display flashes.
If you briefly press the button now, you can change the channel number by one each time. The
channel numbers are represented by the characters „0“ … „9“, „A“ … „F“. If you do not press
the button for about six seconds, the device works with the current settings. Transmitter and
receiver must be set to the same channel.
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Operating
Turning the unit off
Press [POWER] until the control LED turns off. The unit is turned off.
6.2 Handheld transmitter TG 16 HT
Inserting batteries into the
receiver
Unscrew the bottom housing section of the hand-held microphone. Insert the batteries. Pay
attention to the correct location of the poles. The correct arrangement of the batteries is indi‐
cated with symbols in the battery compartment. Remount the lower part of the housing.
Turning the unit on
Press [POWER / MUTE] until the control LED and the display light up. The device is now opera‐
tional. The display is turned off automatically after a few seconds.
Select channel
The display on the front side of the device indicates the channel currently set after turning on
the device. To change the setting, unscrew the lower part of the housing. Press [SET] (button
next to the battery compartment) until the decimal point on the display flashes. If you briefly
press the button now, you can change the channel number by one each time. The channel
numbers are represented by the characters „0“ … „9“, „A“ … „F“. If you do not press the button
for about six seconds, the device works with the current settings. Transmitter and receiver
must be set to the same channel.
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Mute microphone
Press briefly [POWER / MUTE]. The flashing control LED indicates that the microphone is now
muted.
Press [POWER / MUTE] again to unmute the microphone.
Turning the unit off
Press [POWER / MUTE] until the control LED turns off. The unit is turned off.
6.3 Bodypack Receiver TG 16 R
Preparing the unit
Thread the supplied band through the corresponding notches at the upper right corner of the
housing. Connect the supplied one ear phone or another ear phone to the corresponding
socket.
Make sure that the device is fully charged before using it.
Turning the unit on
Press [POWER] until the control LED lights up green. The device is now operational.
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Select channel
The display at the side of the device indicates the channel that is currently set. To change the
setting, press the button underneath the display until the decimal point on the display flashes.
If you briefly press the button now, you can change the channel number by one each time. The
channel numbers are represented by the characters „0“ … „9“, „A“ … „F“. If you do not press
the button for about six seconds, the device works with the current settings. Transmitter and
receiver must be set to the same channel.
Turning the unit off
Press [POWER] until the control LED turns off. The unit is turned off.
6.4 Charger system TG C2
Preparing the unit
Connect the supplied power adapter with the power supply input of the unit. Then connect
the power adapter to a power outlet.
Charging Bodypack units
Turn off the Bodypack Transmitter or Receiver that needs charging. Position the charging con‐
tacts of the Bodypack unit over the charging contacts of the charging slot. Insert the Bodypack
unit into the charging slot so that it clicks into place. The control LED of the charging slot turns
off. It lights up again when the device is fully charged.
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6.5 Charger system TG C18
Preparing the unit
Connect the supplied power adapter with the power supply input of the unit. Then connect
the power adapter to a power outlet. Using the main switch, turn the device on. The integrated
control LED lights up red.
Charging Bodypack units
Turn off the Bodypack Transmitter or Receiver that needs charging. Position the charging con‐
tacts of the Bodypack unit over the charging contacts of the charging slot. Insert the Bodypack
unit into the charging slot so that it clicks into place. The control LED of the charging slot turns
off. It lights up again when the device is fully charged.
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Technical specifications
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Technical specifications
7.1 Bodypack Transmitter TG 16 T
Input
3.5 mm mini phone socket for microphone
Functional principle
PLL synthesized control
Frequency range
863 MHz … 865 MHz
RF outputs
10 mW
Range (free field)
50 m
Stability
±0.005 %
Frequency deviation
±48 kHz
Spurious emissions
< –50 dBC
NF frequency response
40 Hz … 18 kHz
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Operating supply voltage
Integrated chargeable lithium battery, battery life: more than 300 charging
cycles at 80 % of capacity
Operating time after a battery charging 14 h (typ.)
Dimensions (W × H × D)
54 mm × 99 mm × 17 mm
Weight
80 g
7.2 Handheld transmitter TG 16 HT
Functional principle
PLL synthesized control
Frequency range
863 MHz … 865 MHz
RF outputs
10 mW
Range (free field)
50 m
NF frequency response
40 Hz … 16.5 kHz
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Operating supply voltage
2 AA cells (LR6, 1.5 V) or corresponding rechargeable batteries
Operating time after a battery charging 14 h (typ.)
Dimensions (Ø × L )
9.7 in × 2.1 in (50 mm × 265 mm)
Weight
215 g
7.3 Bodypack Receiver TG 16 R
Output
3.5 mm mini phone socket for ear phones
Functional principle
PLL synthesized control
Frequency range
863 MHz … 865 MHz
NF frequency response
40 Hz … 18 kHz
Operating supply voltage
Integrated chargeable lithium battery, battery life: more than 300 charging
cycles at 80 % of capacity
Operating time after a battery charging: 14 h (typ.)
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Technical specifications
Charging time
ca. 8 hours
Dimensions (W × H × D)
54 mm × 99 mm × 17 mm
Weight
80 g
7.4 Charger system TG C2
Loading slots
2
Operating supply voltage
12 V … 18 V , 600 mA, via the supplied power adapter
Charging time
ca. 8 hours
Dimensions (W × H × D)
85 mm × 41 mm × 75 mm
Weight
115 g
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7.5 Charger system TG C18
Loading slots
18
Operating supply voltage
15 V , 3,3 A, via the supplied power adapter
Dimensions (W × H × D)
361 mm × 189 mm × 422 mm
Weight
3.4 kg
7.6 Frequency table
Channel
Display
Frequency (MHz)
Channel
Display
Frequency (MHz)
1
0
863.125
9
8
864.125
2
1
863.250
10
9
864.250
3
2
863.375
11
A
864.375
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Channel
Display
Frequency (MHz)
Channel
Display
Frequency (MHz)
4
3
863.500
12
B
864.500
5
4
863.625
13
C
864.625
6
5
863.750
14
D
864.750
7
6
863.875
15
E
864.875
8
7
864.000
16
F
865.000
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Plug and connection assignment
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Plug and connection assignment
Introduction
This chapter will help you select the right cables and plugs to connect your valuable equip‐
ment in such a way that a perfect sound experience is ensured.
Please note these advices, because especially in ‘Sound & Light’ caution is indicated: Even if a
plug fits into the socket, an incorrect connection may result in a destroyed power amp, a short
circuit or ‘just’ in poor transmission quality!
Balanced and unbalanced trans‐
mission
Unbalanced transmission is mainly used in semi-professional environment and in hifi use.
Instrument cables with two conductors (one core plus shielding) are typical representatives of
the unbalanced transmission. One conductor is ground and shielding while the signal is trans‐
mitted through the core.
Unbalanced transmission is susceptible to electromagnetic interference, especially at low
levels, such as microphone signals and when using long cables.
In a professional environment, therefore, the balanced transmission is preferred, because this
enables an undisturbed transmission of signals over long distances. In addition to the conduc‐
tors ‘Ground’ and ‘Signal’, in a balanced transmission a second core is added. This also transfers
the signal, but phase-shifted by 180°.
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Plug and connection assignment
Since the interference affects both cores equally, by subtracting the phase-shifted signals, the
interfering signal is completely neutralized. The result is a pure signal without any noise inter‐
ference.
Three-pole 1/8" mini phone jack
(stereo, unbalanced)
1
Signal (left)
2
Signal (right)
3
Ground, shielding
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Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
In the following we list a few common problems that may occur during operation. We give you
some suggestions for easy troubleshooting:
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Remedy
No sound
1. Check the power supply of transmitter and receiver.
2. Make sure that transmitter and receiver are operating in the same frequency
range. The frequency can be found on the devices.
3. Are transmitter and receiver set to the same channel?
4. Check the connection between the transmitter and the connected micro‐
phone and the receiver and the connected ear phone.
5. See if the sound transmission works when you move the receiver closer to the
transmitter.
6. Make sure that no metal objects near the transmitter or receiver obstruct the
transmission.
Transmission is interrupted.
1. If you use more than one wireless system at the same time, check the used
frequency groups and channels.
2. Interference can also be caused by televisions, radios or mobile phones.
The sound is distorted.
Change the volume setting of the transmitter and the receiver for test purposes.
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Troubleshooting
If the procedures recommended above do not succeed, please contact our Service Center. You
can find the contact information at www.thomann.de.
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Protecting the environment
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Protecting the environment
Disposal of the packaging mate‐
rial
For the packaging, environmentally friendly materials have been chosen that can be supplied
to normal recycling.
Ensure that plastic bags, packaging, etc. are properly disposed of.
Do not just dispose of these materials with your normal household waste, but make sure that
they are collected for recycling. Please follow the notes and markings on the packaging.
Disposal of batteries
Batteries do contain some hazardous chemicals so they should not be thrown away with the
normal household waste. They should be returned to the manufacturer for disposal or recycled
elsewhere in accordance with your local regulations.
Remove lithium batteries from the device before disposal. Protect used lithium batteries
against short circuit, for example by taping the poles.
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Disposal of your old device
This product is subject to the European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive
(WEEE) in its currently valid version. Do not dispose with your normal household waste.
Dispose of this device through an approved waste disposal firm or through your local waste
facility. When discarding the device, comply with the rules and regulations that apply in your
country. If in doubt, consult your local waste disposal facility.
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