User Guide - Pro Acoustics
User Guide
MA-101ACT / MT-101ACT
DUAL-CHANNEL WIRELESS IR REMOTE CONTROL PA
SYSTEM
MA-102ACT / MT-101ACT / MIC
DUAL-CHANNEL WIRELESS IR REMOTE CONTROL PA
SYSTEM
MIPRO Electronics Co., Ltd.
Headquarters: 814 Pei-Kang Road, Chiayi, 60096, Taiwan.
Web: www.mipro.com.tw
E-mail: mipro@mipro.com.tw
Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice
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WARNING
! 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 a 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.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarised or ground plug: A
polarised plug has two blades with one wider than the other. The wide blade
is provided for your safety. When the provided plug does not fit into your
outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
1.
FOR OUTDOOR USE:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to
rain or moisture.
2.
UNDER WET LOCATION:
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.
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS:
CAUTION - These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service
personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any
servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you
are qualified to do so.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage constituting a risk of
electric shock is present within this unit.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plug,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and
maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying this unit.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with a 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.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required
when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply
cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into
the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
15. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to
rain or moisture.
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THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES AND RSS-123 ISSUE 2 OF
CANADA. OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) This device may not cause interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device. This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation
exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
Disposal
Disposing of used batteries with domestic waste is to be avoided!
16. Apparatus should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects
filled with liquids, should be placed on the apparatus.
17. Use only with the battery which specified by manufacturer.
18. The power supply cord set is to be the main disconnected device.
Dispose of any unusable devices or batteries responsibly and in accordance
with any applicable regulations.
2005-08-13
Batteries / NiCad cells often contain heavy metals such as cadmium(Cd),
mercury(Hg) and lead(Pb) that makes them unsuitable for disposal with
domestic waste. You may return spent batteries/ accumulators free of
charge to recycling centres or anywhere else batteries/accumulators are
sold.
By doing so, you contribute to the conservation of our environment!
Wireless IR Remote Control PA System
Contents
WIRELESS IR REMOTE CONTROL PA SYSTEM
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
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KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS
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PARTS NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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TIPS IN OPERATING INFRARED REMOTE CONTROL
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
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The day-to-day stress placed on a teacher's voice has come increasingly under the
medical and legal spotlight. This convenient classroom PA system has been designed to
take away the vocal strain and fatigue associated with long hours teaching or lecturing.
A classroom full of enthusiastic pupils can place an inordinate amount of stress on your
vocal chords leading to possible long-term damage. This exciting and innovative PA system
can be installed simply and easily. It is designed to allow each teacher to carry their own
personal wireless microphone from classroom-to-classroom. Once the wireless amplified
monitor speakers have been installed in each classroom, the teacher can then activate
each individual system via their own wireless microphone. It allows them to remotely turn
the system on & off as well as to adjust the volume wirelessly. An external audio source
such as a CD, iPod, MP3, Cassette, DVD or MiniDisc player or a PC computer can also be
connected to the same wireless microphone and heard through the monitor speaker
system.
RECHARGEABLE MULTI-FUNCTION TRANSMITTER MICROPHONE
PARTS NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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TIPS IN OPERATING INFRARED REMOTE CONTROL
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CHARGING THE TRANSMITTER MICROPHONE
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Wireless IR Remote Control PA System
Wireless IR Remote Control PA System
PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS
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Each fixed-install MA-101ACT/MA-102ACT system delivers a powerful 56-watt output.
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97 built-in UHF frequencies allow different channels to be set up in every classroom
for interference-free operation.
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Easy speaker mounting to wall or ceiling.
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Detachable receiver module design allows for simple frequency band change.
Front Panel:
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Diversity reception for reliable and extended transmission.
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Featuring Industry's only all-in-one, versatile MT-101ACT transmitter microphone.
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Compact, ultra-lightweight design and powered via rechargeable or disposable alkaline
batteries.
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Same MT-101ACT transmitter microphone can be used in up to 97 different rooms.
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Power on/off and volume loudness can be wirelessly remote controlled.
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MT-101ACT can be a handheld or worn as a neck lanyard for hands-free operation
with an external headset microphone.
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Built-in 3.5mm ( 1/8" ) mini-jack line-input ( mono ) accepts other audio sources ( CD
/ iPodMP3 / tape / mini-disc / computer ) for amplification.
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Amazing 24 operating hours per fast charge.
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Ideal for teaching professionals and presenters in multiple classrooms, lecture halls
and similar environments.
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One wireless handheld microphone is included for interactive communication between
the speaker and listeners. (MA-102ACT)
(Figure 1)
The System Includes the Following Accessories:
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Main Body: Speaker cabinet houses internal speaker, amplifier and electronics.
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ACT Port: Receives infrared signal from transmitter to turn on (and off) receiver and
syncs frequency back to transmitter.
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Receiver Power Indicator: Denote receiver power status.Still red indicator denotes
the power is turned on Still green indicator denotes the system received signals from
the transmitter microphone.Flashing indicator 4~5 times denotes incorrect receiver
and transmitter frequency band used.
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Speaker: Built-in 5-inch full-range loudspeaker.
MA-101ACT Amplified Speaker ×1
AC Switching Power Supply ×1
Built-in Receiver Module ×1
MT-101ACT Transmitter Microphone ×1
MP-101ACT Battery Charger & DC Power Adapter ×1
Neck Lanyard ×1
User Guide ×1
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Rechargeable Multi-Function Transmitter Microphone
Wireless IR Remote Control PA System
PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
Rear Panel:
Front & Rear View
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MT-101 ACT
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IN
DC-IN
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LIN E-O UT
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(Figure 2)
External Speaker Connector: Connects to an optional MIPRO MA-101AXP 4~16Ω
ACT
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passive extension speaker.
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Receiver Module: Detachable UHF diversity receiver module.
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Wall-mounting Keyholes: Line up the keyholes on the back with installed nail or
hook in the wall. Slide the MA-101ACT/MA-102ACT downwards to firmly mount it on
the wall.
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Microphone: Harden grill protects mic capsule and eliminates pop and wind noises.
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Wall-mounting Bracket Holes: MA-101ACT/MA-102ACT can be fixed firmly to the
wall or ceiling with an optional MIPRO MS-11 wall-mounting bracket.
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3.5mm Mini-Jack Input (mono): Accepts external audio sources
(CD/iPod/MP3/tape/computer/DVD) for amplification.
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AC Switching Power Supply: Input 100V~240V AC, Output 18 Volt / 2.5 A DC.
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ACT Button: To turn on & off ACT-101 receiver. It also syncs the transmitter and
receiver frequency automatically.
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ACT Power Indicator: Red indicator lits and dims when ACT button is pressed. This
action denotes IR signal is sent.
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Lanyard Hanger: Secure the transmitter microphone in place with a lanyard in order
to be worn around the neck for hands-free operation.
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Contact Points: Ensure metal contact points are properly touched inside the battery
charger for re-recharging.
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18V DC Input Jack: The center pole is positive voltage. Current consumption must
be at least 2.5A.
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Switching Power Supply Compartment: Holds and secures AC switching power in
place.
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Rechargeable Multi-Function Transmitter Microphone
Wireless IR Remote Control PA System
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Side View
To Power ON MA-101ACT Amplifier/Speaker:
MIC
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Ensure it is plugged into an AC outlet.
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Ensure MT-101ACT transmitter microphone is fully charged.Aim the bottom of
transmitter towards the ACT Port of the MA-101ACT.
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Press and hold the ACT button on the transmitter for at least 1 second to power on.
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Still red Receiver Power Indicator denotes the power is on.
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Still green Receiver Power Indicator denotes the system received signals from the
transmitter microphone.
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Receiver Power Indicator illuminates and dims denotes the power is not turned on
successfully. Repeat above steps until still red indicator illuminates.
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Flashing Receiver Power Indicator 4~5 times denotes incorrect receiver and transmitter
frequency band used.
ON
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LINE
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OFF
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To Power ON MA-102ACT Amplifier/Speaker:
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Transmitter Power Indicator: Determines current battery power level.
! Normal Battery: Indicator illuminates and dims when turned on.
! Low Battery: Indicator stays illuminate when turned on. Recharge immediately.
! Drained Battery: Indicator does not illuminate when turned on. Recharge
immediately.
! No Battery or Installed Incorrectly: Indicator does not illuminate when turned
on.
! Different Frequency Band: Indicator flashes 4~5 times.
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MIC/LINE Switch: Microphone/Line Switch.
LINE- For electric guitar.
MIC- For general condenser lavalier/headworn microphone or wired microphone.
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Volume Control: Volume level adjustment.
Ensure it is plugged into an AC outlet.
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Ensure the wireless handheld microphone is power off. If power on, potential
interference may occur and interfere with power on MA-102ACT Amplifier/Speaker.
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Ensure MT-101ACT transmitter microphone is fully charged. Aim the bottom of
transmitter towards the ACT Port of the MA-102ACT.
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Press and hold the ACT button on the transmitter for at least 1~2 second to power on.
NOTE:
Transmitter Power Switch: Power ON to speak or amplification. The RF indicator on
the receiver illuminates to denote it has received signals. Make sure transmitter is OFF
position when not in use or during charging.
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Still red Receiver Power Indicator denotes the power is on.
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Still green Receiver Power Indicator denotes the system received signals from the
transmitter microphone.
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Receiver Power Indicator illuminates and dims denotes the power is not turned on
successfully. Repeat above steps until still red indicator illuminates.
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Flashing Receiver Power Indicator 4~5 times denotes incorrect receiver and transmitter
frequency band used.
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Wireless IR Remote Control PA System
Wireless IR Remote Control PA System
To Power ON MT-101ACT Transmitter Microphone:
To Power ON the additional Wireless Handheld Microphone:
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Once Receiver Power Indicator illuminates red, transmitter microphone is now ready to
be turned on.
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Ensure MT-101ACT transmitter microphone is fully-charged.
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If interactive communication is needed between the speaker and listeners, simply turn
on the wireless handheld microphone. Ensure the microphone has fresh disposable
alkaline batteries and installed correctly.
Turn on the Transmitter Power Switch.
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Speak into the microphone directly for amplification.
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Speak into the microphone directly for amplification.
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Adjust the side Volume Control for desired loudness.
This microphone has no remote-control volume feature, thus, volume loudness is fixed
and not adjustable.
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Turn off the microphone when not in use to conserve battery power.
Note:
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Still green Receiver Power Indicator is lit once wireless handheld microphone or MT101ACT transmitter microphone is turned-on denoting the system has received signals.
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Turn off the microphone when not in use to conserve battery power.
MT-101ACT Transmitter Microphone Battery Status:
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Normal or Fully Charged Battery:
Red indicator illuminates and dims when Transmitter Power Switch is turned on.
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Low Power Battery:
Red indicator stays illuminate when Transmitter Power Switch is turned on.
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Drained Battery:
Red indicator does not illuminate when Transmitter Power Switch is turned on.
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No Battery Inside or Battery Installed Incorrectly:
Red indicator does not illuminate when Transmitter Power Switch is turned on.
To Power OFF MA-101ACT/MA-102ACT Amplifier/Speaker:
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Aim the bottom of transmitter towards the ACT Port of the MA-101ACT/MA-102ACT.
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Press and hold the ACT button on the transmitter for at least 1 second to power off.
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A dim red LED Receiver Power Indicator denotes the power is off.
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Wireless IR Remote Control PA System
Wireless IR Remote Control PA System
TIPS IN OPERATING INFRARED REMOTE CONTROL
Power On & Off Operation:
Unable To Power ON MA-102ACT Amplifier/Speaker:
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Ensure it is plugged into an AC outlet.
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Ensure the wireless handheld microphone is power off. If power on, potential
interference may occur and interfere with power on MA-102ACT Amplifier/Speaker.
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Ensure MT-101ACT transmitter microphone is fully charged. Aim the bottom of
transmitter towards the ACT Port of the MA-102ACT.
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Press and hold the ACT button on the transmitter for at least 1~2 second to power on.
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If Receiver Power Indicator illuminates and dims it denotes the power is not turned on
successfully. Repeat above steps until still red indicator illuminates.
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Re-check MT-101ACT transmitter microphone, as battery power maybe extremely low
or drained and, thus, unable to send transmitting signals.
NOTE:
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The infrared (IR) has an approx. 30-degree trajectory angle for optimal reception.
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The optimal operating range of the infrared remote control is approx. 10-meter/33feet.
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Press and hold the ACT button for at least 1 second. Ascertain Receiver Power Indicator
stays illuminated (power is on) before moving away.
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If Receiver Power Indicator illuminates and dims (power is not on). Wait until it dims
completely (few seconds) before another attempt to power on the receiver by pressing
the ACT button again.
Different Transmitter and Receivers Frequency Bands:
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Each receiver and transmitter has an attached coded frequency label.
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Ensure that both the transmitter and receiver are operating on the same frequency
band in order to power on & off both receiver and transmitter.
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A flashing 4~5 indicator denote incorrect receiver and transmitter frequency band was
used.
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MIPRO's innovative design allows the versatile transmitter to sync any receiver
frequency within the same frequency band.
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Once the MA-102ACT Amplifier/Speaker is powered-on, indicated by a lit red Receiver
Power Indicator , either the MT-101ACT or wireless handheld microphone can now be
powered-on for audio amplification. A Still green Receiver Power Indicator
denotes
the system received signals from the transmitter microphone.
Rechargeable Multi-Function Transmitter Microphone
Rechargeable Multi-Function Transmitter Microphone
Accepts an External Portable Audio Player:
Accepts an External Microphone:
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A headworn or lavaliere microphone with a 3.5mm mini-jack connector can be
connected to the transmitter, worn by a neck lanyard and use as a bodypack
transmitter.
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CD, iPod, MP3, cassette or other audio signals can be connected to the transmitter via
its 3.5mm(1/8”) mini-jack connector to amplified sound. Make sure to switch to “LINE”
when playing
CD PLAYER
3.5mm(1/8”) Mini-Jack Input
Wearing a Neck Lanyard:
Headworn Microphone
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3.5mm(1/8”) Mini-Jack Input
Lavaliere Microphone
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Wearing a lanyard frees your hands during presentation or performance. Adjustable
strap for ideal length and minimizes the distance needed for optimal sound quality
between the microphone and speaker's mouth. Minimize the volume to reduce chances
of feedback.
Wireless IR Remote Control PA System
Wireless IR Remote Control PA System
Wall or Ceiling Mount:
Conventional Wall Hanging:
Install the optional MIPRO MS-11 wall-mounting bracket. See below illustration for
installation.
Hanging in upright position
Hanging in upside down position
Changing Receiver Module:
Remove the two screws. Detach, replace with a new receiver module and fasten screws
back in place.
Changing AC Switching Power Supply:
Loose screw, adjust clip upward.
Gently push the power supply to the right to dismount.
Reserve above steps for insertion.
IN
DC-IN
DC-IN
LINE-OUT
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Rechargeable Multi-Function Transmitter Microphone
Rechargeable Multi-Function Transmitter Microphone
Battery Charger Troubleshooting:
Charging the Transmitter Microphone:
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Plug into an AC power outlet and the end into the charger itself.
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Insert the transmitter into the battery charger. There are built-in contact points on both
sides of the battery charger. Therefore, either front or back side insertion will charge
the transmitter accordingly.
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Use the attached MIPRO 12v/500mA DC power adapter to avoid insufficient current,
voltage irregularity or damaging the equipment.
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Ensure the transmitter is fully charged before and after use.
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Ensure the transmitter is turned off before placing into the battery charger.
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Check the battery contacts for corrosion or wear. Clean the contacts with dry cloth
only. Water or chemicals can damage the contacts.
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For potential risks and dangers always use the attached MIPRO battery charger only for
charging. Do not place the transmitter in any other unauthorized battery chargers.
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The battery has a limited life. The amount of play time will decrease as the battery ages or after
many recharge cycles. The battery needs to be replaced when play time becomes too short or when
it can no longer be charged.
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Do not place the transmitter into the charger if there is visible battery leakage. Replace with a new
transmitter.
When to Replace the Rechargeable Batteries:
Battery Charger Indicators:
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Red Indicator (illuminate): Charging in progress.
b
Green Indicator (illuminate): Fully charged. A fast charge takes approx. 3 hours
then continuous trickle charges.
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Only a few hours of operation after a fully-charged.
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No longer holding a charge. (no battery voltage).
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Short operating distance after a fully-charged.
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Power indicator does not illuminate when pressed.
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After 1 or 2 years depending how often it is used. Battery life is determined by temperature, depth
and rate of discharge, and the number of charges and discharges (called cycles).
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Excessive wear and tear.
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Extreme weather conditions.
How to Change a Battery:
If a new battery replacement is needed, open the battery compartment by removing the
two screws. Insert two rechargeable batteries or disposable alkaline batteries into the
battery compartment with correct polarity placement.
Charging Indicators
Optional Accessories
MA-101AXP: Passive extension speaker for MA-101ACT.
MS-11: Wall-mounting Bracket for MA-101ACT.
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MP-101ACT: Battery charger for MT-101ACT.
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