310 diversity camera-mount uhf wireless microphone system

310 DIVERSITY CAMERA-MOUNT
UHF WIRELESS MICROPHONE SYSTEM
310UDR - 35BT - 35HT - 35XT
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Thank you for purchasing the Azden 310 Diversity Wireless Microphone system. The following
table will show you the contents of the system you ordered:
310LT
1 x 310UDR Diversity Receiver
1 x Stereo Mini-to-Dual XLR Cable
1 x Stereo Mini-to-Stereo Mini Cable
1 x 35BT Body-Pack Transmitter
1 x EX-503L Lavalier Microphone
310HT
1 x 310UDR Diversity Receiver
1 x Stereo Mini-to-Dual XLR Cable
1 x Stereo Mini-to-Stereo Mini Cable
1 x 35HT Handheld Microphone/Transmitter
310XT
1 x 310UDR Diversity Receiver
1 x Stereo Mini-to-Dual XLR Cable
1 x Stereo Mini-to-Stereo Mini Cable
1 x 35XT XLR Plug-in Transmitter
310ULH
1 x 310UDR Diversity Receiver
1 x Stereo Mini-to-Dual XLR Cable
1 x Stereo Mini-to-Stereo Mini Cable
1 x 35BT Body-Pack Transmitter
1 x EX-503L Lavalier Microphone
1 x 35HT Handheld Microphone/Transmitter
310ULX
1 x 310UDR Diversity Receiver
1 x Stereo Mini-to-Dual XLR Cable
1 x Stereo Mini-to-Stereo Mini Cable
1 x 35BT Body-Pack Transmitter
1 x EX-503L Lavalier Microphone
1 x 35XT XLR Plug-in Transmitter
2
Operating the System
WARNING
・Do not use other batteries than the ones specified in this manual. Do not mix a fresh
battery with a used battery.
・When installing batteries, make sure battery polarity is correct as marked inside the
battery compartment.
・Remove the batteries if the products are not used for a long period of time.
・Do not submerge the products.
Because this is a frequency agile system, the receiver and transmitter must be on the same
channel number. To change the channel selection, use a small , sharp object such as the tip of
a pen, and press the “UP” or “DOWN” button to the desired channel. Make sure both the receiver and transmitter are on the same channel.
310UDR Diversity Receiver
After installing new batteries, mount the receiver to your video camera with supplied
shoe mount or hook & loop fastener. Select one of the supplied cables and connect the
output on the receiver and input on the video camera. Turn the power switch to “ON”
and the battery level indicator on the LCD display should come on. If not, check the
batteries. When the 310UDR receives a signal from the transmitter, the reception level
indicator will come on. If it does not, make sure both the receiver and the transmitter
are on matching channels.
35BT Body-Pack Transmitter
Plug in the supplied EX-503L Lavalier Microphone and clip it to your subject. The microphones should be placed 4”-12” from the subject’s mouth. Clip the transmitter to a
belt by using the supplied belt clip or place it in a pocket. Turn the power switch to
“ON” and the battery level indicator on the LCD display should come on. If not, check
the battery. Have someone speak into the microphone as you monitor the sound
through the 310UDR Receiver’s phone output. If the sound is distorted, lower the MIC
input level on the 35BT Transmitter. If there is not enough volume, raise the MIC input
level on the Transmitter.
35XT Plug-in Transmitter
Attach the 35XT Transmitter to any low impedance microphone with a corresponding 3pin XLR connector. Turn the power switch on the 35XT Transmitter to “ON” position
and the battery level indicator on the LCD display should come on. Have someone
speak into the microphone as you monitor the sound through the camera’s monitor
output. If the sound is distorted, lower the MIC input level control on the 35XT Transmitter. If there is not enough volume, raise the level control on the Transmitter.
3
35HT Handheld Microphone/Transmitter
Turn the power switch on the 35HT Transmitter to “ON” position and the battery level
indicator on the LCD display should come on. Have someone speak into the microphone as you monitor the sound through the camera’s monitor output. Adjust the MIC
input level control accordingly.
①
⑤
⑥
②
③
④
⑦
310UPR Diversity Receiver
① Antennas
For the best reception, the antennas should be pointed in an upward position. Use caution and do not force them into this position.
② Power Switch
To turn ON/OFF the receiver
③ LCD Display
The LCD Display shows multifunctional readout. Refer to “LCD Display Readouts” in this
manual for further details.
4
④ CHANNEL UP and DOWN Button
To change the channel number, use a small, sharp object, such as the tip of a pen, and
press the UP or DOWN button until the desired channel number is shown on the LCD
Display. Keep the button pressed down to fast forward the channel numbers. Once the
desired channel number is selected on the receiver, set the transmitter to the same
number.
⑤ PHONE Jack
This jack allows you to monitor the sound.
⑥ MIC OUT Jack
The 310UDR is supplied with both mini-to-mini and mini-to-dual XLR cables.
For mini jack microphone inputs: Use the supplied mini-to-mini cable. Plug one
end of the cable into the 310UDR Receiver and the other end into the microphone input of the video camera.
For 3-pin XLR microphone inputs: Use the supplied mini-to-dual XLR cable. Plug
the mini-plug end of the cable into the 310UDR Receiver (use the screw-down
sleeve to secure it to the receiver) and plug the XLR ends into the microphone
inputs on the video camera.
⑦ Battery Compartment
Remove the battery compartment lid by sliding it down. Install two fresh alkaline “AA”
batteries. Make sure the battery polarity is correct as marked inside the battery compartment. Alkaline batteries are preferred, but Azden’s 1HR-3U rechargeable Ni-MH
batteries may be used.
5
LCD Display Readouts
d
c
BATT
LEVEL
30-02
a
b
a. TV channel number (30 – 33)
b. Transmit channel number (01 -47)
c. Reception level indicator: 4 bars = High, 1 bar = Low
d. Battery level indicator: 3 bars = High, 1 bar = Low
35BT Body-Pack Transmitter
6
⑧ Battery Compartment
Remove the battery compartment lid by sliding it down. Install two fresh alkaline “AA”
batteries. Make sure the battery polarity is correct as marked inside the battery
compartment.
⑨ Install two fresh alkaline “AA” batteries. Make sure the battery polarity is correct as
marked inside the battery compartment.
Inside the battery compartment, you will also find:
⑩ MIC Input Level Control
This control enables you to adjust the input level of the microphone. Using the
supplied tool, also found inside the battery compartment, turn the orange dial
clockwise to increase, or counterclockwise to decrease the input level.
⑪ POWER Switch
Switches the 35BT Transmitter “ON” or “OFF”.
⑫ MIC Input Jack
Plug the supplied EX-503L Lavalier Microphone into the MIC input jack. In addition to
the EX-503L, other lapel and/or headset microphones with 3.5mm mini plug may also
be used with the 35BT.
⑬ LCD Display
The display shows the following information:
TV Ch – Transmit Channel Number (i.e. 30 – 01, 31 – 12, 33 – 47)
The TV – Transmit channel display is made of two parts. The first two digit
number is the actual TV channel (30-33) and the second two digit is the
transmit channel number (01-47).
Battery level by 3-bar indicator (3 bars = High, 1 bar = Low)
⑭ AUDIO Switch
It is best to set the AUDIO switch to “OFF” prior to first turning the POWER switch “ON”.
When you are ready to begin transmitting, turn the AUDIO “ON”. The “OFF” position
acts as “mute” that maintains the RF signal but turns off the audio.
7
35XT Plug-in Transmitter
⑮ Battery Compartment
Open the battery compartment lid by pushing down on the tab and lifting it up. Install
two fresh alkaline “AA” batteries. Make sure the battery polarity is correct as marked
inside the battery compartment.
⑯ POWER Switch
Turns the 35XT Transmitter “ON” or “OFF”.
⑰ AUDIO Switch
It is best to set the AUDIO switch to “OFF” prior to first turning the POWER switch
“ON”. When you are ready to begin transmitting, turn the AUDIO “ON”. The “OFF” position acts as “mute” that maintains the RF signal but turns off the audio.
8
⑱ MIC Connector/Locking Ring
This 3-pin XLR connector is the microphone input. Any low impedance microphone
with a corresponding connector may be plugged here. Once the microphone is plugged
into the 35XT, the locking ring should be rotated clockwise until snug. To remove the
microphone, first rotate the locking ring counterclockwise and then pull the microphone away while pressing the XLR release.
⑲ MIC Input LEVEL Control
This enables you to adjust the input level of the connected microphone. Using the supplied tool, turn the orange dial clockwise to increase, or counterclockwise to decrease
the input level.
⑳ LCD Display
The LCD display shows the following information:
TV Ch – Transmit Channel Number (i.e. 30 – 01, 31 – 12, 33 – 47)
The TV – Transmit channel display is made of two parts. The first two digit
number is the actual TV channel (30-33) and the second two digit is the
transmit channel number (01-47).
Battery level by 3-bar indicator (3 bars = High, 1 bar = Low)
AF (Audio Frequency) level by 4-bar indicator (4 bars = High, 1 bar = Low)
To change the channel number, use the tip of the tool provided and press the UP or
DOWN button until the desired channel number is shown on the LCD Display. Keep the
button pressed to fast forward the channel numbers.
9
35HT Handheld Microphone/Transmitter
㉑ Battery Compartment Cover
Remove the battery compartment cover by rotating it counterclockwise and sliding it
down.
㉒ Battery Compartment
Install two fresh alkaline “AA” batteries. Make sure the battery polarity is correct as
marked inside the battery compartment.
10
㉓ MIC LEVEL Control
This enables you to adjust the audio level of the microphone. Using the supplied tool,
turn the orange dial clockwise to increase, or counterclockwise to decrease the audio
level.
㉔ Channel UP and DOWN Button
To change the channel number, use the tip of the tool provided and press the UP or
DOWN button until the desired channel number is shown on the LCD Display. Keep the
button pressed to fast forward the channel numbers.
㉕ POWER Switch
Turns the 35HT Transmitter/Microphone “ON” or “OFF”.
㉖ LCD Display
The LCD display shows the following information:
TV Ch – Transmit Channel Number (i.e. 30 – 01, 31 – 12, 33 – 47)
The TV – Transmit channel display is made of two parts. The first two digit
number is the actual TV channel (30-33) and the second two digit is the
transmit channel number (01-47).
Battery level by 3-bar indicator (3 bars = High, 1 bar = Low)
AF (Audio Frequency) level by 4-bar indicator (4 bars = High, 1 bar = Low)
11
Specifications
310UDR Receiver
Frequency Range:
Type of Reception:
Oscillator:
RF Squelch Level:
Frequency Response:
S/N Ratio:
Audio Out:
Batteries:
Dimensions:
Weight:
35BT Body-Pack Transmitter
Frequency Range:
Oscillator:
RF Power:
Frequency Response:
Max Deviation:
Batteries:
Dimensions:
Weight:
35XT Plug-in Transmitter
Frequency Range:
Antenna:
Max Input Level:
RF Power:
Input Impedance:
Audio Adjust Range:
Batteries:
Dimensions:
Weight:
UHF 188 Selectable Frequencies (566.125-589.875MHz)
FM
PLL Synthesized
-95 dBm
50Hz – 15kHz
>57dB (± 5kHz) “A” Weighted
MIC Level – Unbalanced – 3.5mm Mini Jack
-58 dBm – 600 ohms @ ± 5kHz deviation
-22 dBm – 600 ohms @ ± 40kHz deviation
2 “AA” Alkaline (2 x 1.5V), 6-8 hours runtime
2 “AA” Rechargeable Ni-MH (2 x 1.2V)
2 1/2” x 3 15/16” x 1 3/16” (64 x 100 x 27mm)
Approx. 6oz (170g) w/ batteries
UHF 188 Selectable Frequencies (566.125-589.875MHz)
PLL Synthesized
25mW
50Hz – 15kHz
± 40kHz @ 1kHz Modulation, MIC input – 11dBm
2 “AA” Alkaline (2 x 1.5V), 6-8 hours runtime
2 “AA” Rechargeable Ni-MH (2 x 1.2V)
2 1/2" x 3 15/16” x 1 1/16” (64 x 100 x 27mm)
Approx. 6oz (170g) w/ batteries
UHF 188 Selectable Frequencies (566.125-589.875MHz)
Internal
-16dBm
25mW
25k ohms
-65dBm to 46dBm
2 “AA” Alkaline (2 x 1.5V), 6-8 hours runtime
2 “AA” Rechargeable Ni-MH (2 x 1.2V)
1 9/16” x 1 9/16” x 4 1/2” (40 x 40 x 114mm)
Approx. 6.4oz (180g) w/ batteries
35HT Handheld Microphone/Transmitter
Frequency Range:
UHF 188 Selectable Frequencies (566.125-589.875MHz)
Oscillator:
PLL Synthesized
RF Power:
25mW
Frequency Response:
50Hz – 15kHz
Max Deviation:
± 40kHz @ 1kHz Modulation, MIC input – 65dBm (dev ± 5kHz)
Batteries:
2 “AA” Alkaline (2 x 1.5V), 6-8 hours runtime
2 “AA” Rechargeable Ni-MH (2 x 1.2V)
Dimensions:
ɸ1 7/8” x 9 9/16”L (48 x 234.5mm)
Weight:
Approx. 9.6oz (270g) w/ batteries
Due to constant improvements, specifications are subject to change without notice.
Azden Corp., 147 New Hyde Park Road, P.O. Box 10, Franklin Square, NY 11010
Tel : + 1.516.328.7500 Fax: +1.516.328.7506 E-Mail: sales@azdencorp.com Web: www.azdencorp.com
© 2010 Azden Corp.
12
Download PDF
Similar pages
follow this setup guide
Azden 35XT Instruction manual
Azden 35HT Instruction manual
Azden 35XT Specifications
Azden 35XT Specifications
310 Series
330 manual-2017
Peavey 51440 Data Sheet
310 manual-2017