Mipro ACT-848 User guide

Mipro ACT-848 User guide
ACT-848
Digital Wideband Quad-Channel Receiver
User Guide
Digital Wideband Receiver
! 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.
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.
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.
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.
Digital Wideband Receiver
WARNING
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.
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and maintenance
instructions in the literature accompanying this unit.
Digital Wideband Receiver
IC-ID
This device complies with RSS-310 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the
condition that this device does not cause harmful interference.
FCC
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES 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
Dispose of any unusable devices or batteries responsibly and in accordance
with any applicable regulations.
Disposing of used batteries with domestic waste is to be avoided!
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!
Digital Wideband Receiver
Ⅰ. Part Names, Fig. 1
CH1~
CH1
CH4
MHz
MHz
A B
PUSH
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
MHz
A B
GRP
CH
EQ
A B
L
ACT
ADD
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
ADD
CH2
L
DIGITAL
ACT-848
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
PUSH FOR MODE
MHz
A B
L
ACT
VOLUME
ACT
ADD
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
CH3
ADD
WIR ELE SS RECEIV ER
1
CH3
2 3 4
REMOTE
WORDCLOCK SYNC
OUT
IN
LINE
MIC
19
LINE
MIC
CH4
10 11 12
6
DIGITAL
+8V DC BIAS
LINE
ACT
5
BALANCED OUT
ANTENNA B
CH4
CH4
11 12
8
DC INPUT
ANTENNA A
(12~15V)
+8V DC BIAS
9
IN
OUT
LINE
MIC
CH3
7
PARAMETER
▲
9
CH2
▼
CH1
HEADPHONE
MIC
CH2
11 12
CH1
11 12
CH 3 + CH 4
AES/EBU OUT
This connector can not be connected
to telecommunication networks.
CH 1 + CH 2
13
14 15 14
20
16
17
18 10
19
Dante Interface (optional)
Fig.1
1
Power switch.
2
Headphone Monitor Phone Jack.
3
Headphone Volume Control & channel selector.
4
Channel indicator.
5
Color VFD Screen.
6
Channel Selector.
7
ACT button.
8
Rotary Knob.
9
Front panel antenna connector mount holes.
10
Antenna connectors.
11
Output Level Switch.
12
Analog Balanced Audio Output XLR connector.
13
Balanced Digital Signal Output Connector: 3 pin XLR type for
AES / EBU connection.
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14
WORDCLOCK sync input/output BNC Connector: TTL, 32kHz 96kHz.
15
WORDCLOCK sync input indicator.
16
Network Interface Connector.
17
Ventilation Fan.
18
DC input Jack: Central electrode must be connected to positive.
19
Rackmount kit.
20
Dante Interface (optional).
Warning: Avoiding Hearing Damage –
Permanent noise-induced hearing loss may occur on prolonged
exposure to loud sounds wearing earphones or headphones.
We recommend you listen responsibly by limiting the amount of
time that you use earphones or headphones at high volume.
To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at
high volume levels for long periods.
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Digital Wideband Receiver
Ⅱ. Receiver Installation
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BALANCED OUT
ANTENNA B
DIGITAL
WORDCLOCK SYNC
+8V DC BIAS
REMOTE
OUT
IN
LINE
LINE
MIC
MIC
CH4
19
10
LINE
MIC
CH3
DC INPUT
ANTENNA A
(12~15V)
+8V DC BIAS
IN
OUT
LINE
MIC
CH2
CH1
CH 3 + CH 4
AES/EBU OUT
CH 1 + CH 2
This connector can not be connected
to telecommunication networks.
18 10
11
19
Fig.2
1. Connect two antennas to each of the antenna connectors
the rear panel, Fig.2.
10
on
2. Power Connection:
Connect the power cord to the receiver optional AC power input
socket 18 and plug the other end into an AC 100~240V power source,
Fig. 2.
3. Audio Output Connection:
(A) Each channel signal output can be connected to the mixer or
amplifier's MIC IN using a balanced XLR connector, Fig.2.
(B) Volume Switch: Line or Mic level selection. To match input gain
of mixer or amplifier.
(C) LINE output connection: Connect receiver's balanced output
connector to the "LINE IN" input connector of mixer or amplifier
using the XLR to 6.3φ cable and switch the volume switch to
“LINE” position.
(D) 3-pin XLR output wiring diagram, as Fig. 3 shows.
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Digital Wideband Receiver
1
2
3
1: GND
2: HOT +
3: COLD Fig.3
4. Antenna Connection:antenna connectors provide 8-volt DC
bias to work with MIPRO antenna boosters. If the antenna
cable is longer than 10 meters, it is recommended to add an
antenna booster to ensure optimal reception.
Ⅲ. Receiver Operation
1. Before turning on the receiver, ensure all transmitters are
powered off and the mixer or amplifier's volume control is
minimized. When the receiver is turned on and the VFD screen
glows, it is working normally.
2. RF meter level glows when transmitter is powered on. Once
audio signal is received from the transmitter, the AF audio
meter level glows in accord with signal strength. System is
abnormal if RF indicator or AF meter does not glow, then
adjustment or repair might be required.
3. The microphone volume is adjusted at the amplifier or mixer.
No need for volume adjustment at the receiver.
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Digital Wideband Receiver
Ⅳ. Tips for Receiver Installation
1. Single half-rack receiver or Single 1-rack receiver: Install the
optional rack mount kit and fasten with screws on both sides,
Fig. 4.
Fig.4
2. Receiver Rack-Mount Kits, Fig. 5.
Fig.5
3. Receivers can be fitted on an EIA standard 19-inch rack case.
For improved reception, an optional rear-to-front antenna cable
installation through rackmount screw holes 9 is highly
recommended, Fig. 6.
4. For ideal reception range, install the receiver at least 1 meter
above the ground and away from EMI / RFI “noise” sources. In
addition, place the transmitter at least 1 meter away from the
receiving antenna, as shown, Fig. 7.
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Digital Wideband Receiver
1m
1m
all
W
1m
1m
Ground
Fig.6
Fig.7
5. Proper installation of antennas enhances the operating
efficiency of receiver. The most important rule is to minimize
the distance between the receiving antenna and transmitter for
best reception quality.
6. Use MIPRO supplied antennas to ensure proper receiver
sensitivity. Use MIPRO's antennas to ensure proper receiving
sensitivity
7. Antenna connector provides 8V DC biased output. Short
circuits should be avoided.
8. Use Install MIPRO directional antennas and boosters if
extended reception distance is required.
9. Use the antenna distributor in the multiple channel wireless
systems to simplify the antenna installation and improve
receiving efficiency.
10. For multiple compatible systems operation, it is recommended
to select MIPRO's factory preset interference-free channels
within the same group to ensure optimum performance.
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Digital Wideband Receiver
Ⅴ. VFD Screen Description
1. Displays functions and parameters, Fig.8:
33
32
MHz
31
30
29
A B
L
ACT
EQ
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
21 22 23 24
25
26 27 28
RF
AF
ADD
Fig.8
21
RF Signal Meter
28
PC address code
22
Audio Signal Meter
29
ACT indicator
23
Transmitter battery meter
30
Panel Lock icon
24
Receiving sensitivity SQ meter
31
Encryption status icon
25
Group
32
Working frequency
26
Channel
33
27
Equalizer and Anti-feedback
Diversity A/B Antenna Signal
indicators
2. Lightening VFD Screen, Fig. 9:
MHz
A B
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
Fig. 9
7
CH
EQ
ADD
Digital Wideband Receiver
3. The Functions and Parameters:
Use Rotary Knob 8 to set functions through the VFD Screen.
8 functions can be programmed, Fig.10.
SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
ANT
ADD
L
Fig.10
4. Programmable Parameters:
(A) SQUELCH Setting, Fig.11:
CH1
PUSH FOR MODE
MHz
A B
CH2
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
CH3
ADD
CH4
SQ Cursor
Fig.11
PARAMETER
▲
ACT
▼
CH4
Turn knob right to increase an indicator
Turn knob left to decrease an indicator
(1) Press knob to SQ meter. SQ cursor blinks to denote it is ready to
accept parameter changes.
(2) Turn the knob right to increase indicator grids but it decreases the
receiving sensitivity. If turn left to decrease indicator grids and increases
sensitivity.
(3) After changing a parameter, press the knob to save the value. SQ
cursor stops blinking.
(4) The lower the SQ level, the higher sensitivity level is when searching
automatically for a non-interference channel. When SQ is set as the
highest level, the frequency can be selected forcibly regardless the level
of external interferences.
(5) The SQ setting, regardless high or low, will not affect the receiver's
sensitivity during a performance.
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Digital Wideband Receiver
(B) GROUP Setting, Fig.12:
CH1
PUSH FOR MODE
MHz
A B
CH2
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
CH3
ADD
CH4
PARAMETER
▲
GRP cursor blinks
ACT
▼
CH4
Turn knob right to increase a group number
Turn knob left to decrease a group number
Fig.12
(1) Press knob to GRP cursor. GRP cursor blinks to denote it is
ready to accept parameter changes.
(2) Turn knob right to increase or left to decrease a GRP number.
(3) After changing a parameter, press the knob to save the value.
GRP cursor stops blinking.
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Digital Wideband Receiver
(C) CHANNEL Setting, Fig.13:
CH1
PUSH FOR MODE
MHz
A B
CH2
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
CH3
ADD
CH4
PARAMETER
▲
CH cursor blinks
ACT
▼
CH4
Turn knob right to increase a channel via Auto Scan
Turn knob left to decrease a channel via Auto Scan
Fig.13
(1) Press knob to CH cursor. CH cursor blinks to denote it is ready to
accept parameter changes.
(2) Turn knob right to increase or left to decrease a CH number.
(3) After changing a parameter, press the knob to save the value. CH
cursor stops blinking.
(4) When SQ is set as the highest level, the frequency can be selected
forcibly regardless the level of external interferences.
(5) Group 16 is last group and can be user-defined. Group 16 enables the
user to select and save up to 16 frequencies, Fig.14:
(a) CH cursor starts blinking when last group GRP 16 is shown. Press
and hold cursor enters user-defined status. Frequency starts
blinking to denote it is ready to accept parameter changes.
(b) Turn knob right to increase or left to decrease.
(c) Parameter value is programmed by 1MHz and 25kHz step.
(d) Press the knob to save the programmed frequencies. Frequency
number stops blinking.
(e) Only frequencies in the last group can be programmed. Other
groups cannot be programmed.
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Digital Wideband Receiver
Frequency blinks
CH1
PUSH FOR MODE
MHz
A B
CH2
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
CH3
ADD
CH4
PARAMETER
▲
ACT
▼
CH4
Fig.14
Last group
(D) ANTENNA Setting, Fig.15:
ANT cursor blinks
CH1
PUSH FOR MODE
MHz
A B
CH2
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
CH3
ADD
CH4
Fig.15
PARAMETER
▲
ACT
▼
CH4
Three selections available
(1) Factory default is set at Automatic switching antenna status. Antenna A
or B settings can be programmed.
(2) Press knob to ANT cursor. ANT cursor blinks to denote it is ready to
accept parameter changes. Press and hold knob for 2~3 seconds until
ANT cursor blinks again. Turn knob left or right to select either Antenna
A or Antenna B or Automatic antenna setting, Fig.16.
Antenna A
Antenna B Automatic switching
A B
A B
A B
Fig.16
(3) Under manual setting, press knob again exits the manual setting or
system reboot, system will automatically switch back to Automatic
switching antenna setting.
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(4) Antenna A or B setting is provided only for testing and analyzing RF
strength of either antenna side during system installation. We highly
recommend restoring the setting back to Automatic switching once done
with testing.
Digital Wideband Receiver
(E) EQUALIZER Setting, Fig.17:
CH1
PUSH FOR MODE
MHz
A B
CH2
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
CH3
ADD
CH4
EQ cursor blinks
PARAMETER
▲
ACT
▼
CH4
Turn knob right to increase a number
Turn knob left to decrease a number
Fig.17
First digit F denotes anti-feedback feature is activated
First digital 0 denotes anti-feedback feature is not activated
CH1
PUSH FOR MODE
MHz
A B
CH2
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
CH3
ADD
CH4
PARAMETER
▲
ACT
▼
CH4
Fig.18
(1) Press knob to EQ cursor. EQ cursor blinks to denote it is ready to
accept parameter changes.
(2) Turn knob right to increase or left to decrease a number.
(3) First digit F and 0 will be displayed during knob turning. F denotes antifeedback feature is activated. 0 denotes anti-feedback feature is not
activated.
(4) Preset EQs enable usage of the same microphone capsule for different
equalization to suit artists' preferences and stages.
(5) EQ will automatically be set to EQ-09 when interfaced with a PC
computer. Receiver will transfer the 32 parameters to EQ-09 from PC
computer.
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Digital Wideband Receiver
(F) PC ADDRESS Setting, Fig.19:
CH1
PUSH FOR MODE
MHz
A B
CH2
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
ADD
PARAMETER
▲
ADD cursor blinks
ACT
▼
CH4
CH3
CH4
Turn knob right to increase an address number
Turn knob left to decrease an address number
Fig. 19
(1) Receiver has ACT-BUS interface. Install MIPRO hardware and software
for PC remote-control and monitoring up to 64 MIPRO receiver
channels simultaneously.
(2) Address numbers need to be pre-programmed in advance from 01 ~ 64
before interfacing for network monitoring and control. However, to
ensure networking is working properly, all address numbers need to be
different from each other to avoid address conflicts.
(3) Press knob to ADD cursor. Current address number blinks to denote it
is ready to accept parameter changes.
(4) Turn knob right to increase or left to decrease an address number.
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Digital Wideband Receiver
(G)
: ENCRYPTION Setting, Fig.20:
denotes receiver is encrypted
denotes receiver is not encrypted Encryption key blinks
CH1
PUSH FOR MODE
MHz
A B
CH2
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
CH3
ADD
CH4
Fig.20
▼
ACT
PARAMETER
▲
CH4
Turn and press knob to confirm to lock or unlock
(1) Press knob to cursor. cursor blinks to denote it is ready to accept
parameter changes. Press and hold knob for 2~3 seconds until〝
〞&〝
〞appears interchangeably.〝
〞blinks together with
cursor. Press knob to confirm yes encryption while〝
〞blinks.〝
〞blinks without
cursor. Press knob to confirm no encryption while
〝
〞blinks.
(2) ** Whenever encryption status is changed, press ACT button again to
send new encryption key to transmitter. **
(3) The transmitter can only display encryption status. To
activate/deactivate encryption on the transmitter, user must program
from receiver and use ACT function to complete the setup.
(4) The newly encrypted transmitter will work only with the last encrypting
receiver and will not work with other receiver even with the same
frequency as there will be no audio output.
(5) The encryption key is randomly generated; hence, a new, secure,
encryption key is also downloaded to a transmitter each time an ACT
function is synced successfully.
Encrypted
Not Encrypted
MHz
MHz
A B
A B
L
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
ACT
ADD
RF
Fig.21
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
ADD
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Digital Wideband Receiver
Encryption Set-up Flow Chart
Encryption
Hold 
8 for
2~3 Seconds
No→YES
Encryption
YES→No
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Aim TX to
ACT Button
Press ACT
Button
TX
ENCRYP→No
Encrypted
Aim TX to
ACT Button
Press ACT
Button
TX
ENCRYP→Yes
Not Encrypted
Digital Wideband Receiver
(H)
L
:Locked & Unlock Receiver Panel, Fig. 22
denotes panel will be locked
denotes panel will not be locked
icon blinks
L
CH1
PUSH FOR MODE
MHz
A B
CH2
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
CH3
ADD
CH4
▼
ACT
PARAMETER
▲
CH4
Turn and press knob to confirm to lock or unlock
Fig.22
(1) Press knob to L cursor. L cursor blinks to denote it is ready to accept
parameter changes. Press and hold knob for 2~3 seconds until 〝
〞
&〝
〞appears interchangeably. 〝
〞blinks together with L
cursor. Press knob to confirm lock panel while〝
〞blinks. 〝
〞
blinks without L cursor. Press knob to confirm unlock panel while〝
〞 blinks.
(2) Receiver parameters can no longer be changed when it is in locked
status with L icon. To change parameters you need to unlock the
receiver panel first.
Locked
Not locked
MHz
MHz
A B
A B
L
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
ACT
ADD
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
ADD
Fig.23
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(I) ACT Sync Set-up:
ACT indicator is lit
denotes a failed sync
Press ACT button
CH1
PUSH FOR MODE
MHz
A B
CH2
L
ACT
RF
AF
BA
BA SQ
GRP
CH
EQ
CH3
ADD
CH4
<3
m
0c
Once ACT button is pressed, it automatically
(1
syncs the selected receiver frequency to any
PARAMETER
2i
or
n.)
MIPRO ACT handheld or bodypack
transmitter in the same frequency band
▲
ACT
▼
CH4
quickly and precisely.
Fig.24
(1) Align both infrared ports of transmitter and receiver. Press the ACT
button on the receiver, the word “Sync” is displayed to dente frequency
synchronization is in progress. FAILED appears after 10 seconds if the
synchronization was performed unsuccessfully. Repeat ACT
synchronization set-up.
(2) For a successfully ACT frequency synchronization, make sure
transmitter is powered on, infrared ports are facing each, and within
30cm distance, Fig.24.
(3) A successful ACT synchronization transmits both frequency and a
randomly generated encrypted key to the transmitter.
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5. Unchangeable setting display:
(A) Battery Meter: The battery meter is lit when the transmitter is
powered on. The battery meter gives a percentage (%)
indication of remaining battery life, as shown. Replace with new,
fresh batteries when battery indicators fall to 10% (1 indicator
remaining), Fig. 25.
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
Fig. 25
(B) Error Message: ERR01 indicates internal data error.
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Digital Wideband Receiver
Ⅵ. Computer Network Interface Operation
PC
Connect to
MIPRO DVU
USB jack on PC
BALANCED OUT
ANTENNA B
DIGITAL
WORDCLOCK SYNC
+8V DC BIAS
REMOTE
OUT
RX1
LINE
MIC
LINE
MIC
CH4
CH1
CH 3 + CH 4
AES/EBU OUT
DIGITAL
WORDCLOCK SYNC
REMOTE
OUT
MIC
LINE
MIC
CH4
CH1
CH 3 + CH 4
AES/EBU OUT
DIGITAL
WORDCLOCK SYNC
REMOTE
OUT
RX3
IN
LINE
MIC
LINE
MIC
CH4
+8V DC BIAS
IN
OUT
LINE
MIC
CH3
ANTENNA A
(12~15V)
This connector can not be connected
to telecommunication networks.
CH 1 + CH 2
+8V DC BIAS
LINE
DC INPUT
MIC
CH2
BALANCED OUT
ANTENNA B
+8V DC BIAS
LINE
MIC
CH3
ANTENNA A
(12~15V)
IN
OUT
IN
LINE
DC INPUT
This connector can not be connected
to telecommunication networks.
CH 1 + CH 2
+8V DC BIAS
LINE
+8V DC BIAS
MIC
CH2
BALANCED OUT
ANTENNA B
RX2
ANTENNA A
(12~15V)
LINE
MIC
CH3
DC INPUT
IN
OUT
IN
LINE
MIC
CH2
CH1
CH 3 + CH 4
AES/EBU OUT
CH 1 + CH 2
This connector can not be connected
to telecommunication networks.
Fig.26
1. This receiver has advanced computer network-interfaced with
MIPRO DV.
2. MIPRO DV Wiring Instructions, Fig. 26:
(A) Use supplied hardware cable for serial connection to MIPRO
receivers and PC network interface connector 16 .
(B) Next, using a USB connector, you can link to a computer USB
PORT.
(C) Up to 64 MIPRO channels can be connected, remote-controlled
and monitored.
(D) Best ideal network cable length for optimal transmission quality is
less than 100 meters. 100-300 meters cable will have unstable
transmission quality.
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Digital Wideband Receiver
Ⅵ. Dante Network Interface Operation (Dante interface only)
DHCP server
(such as router)
PC With
Dante Controller
Software
Ethernet
switch
cat.5 /
cat.5e /
cat.6
Cable
REMOTE
OUT
DC INPUT
ANTENNA A
(12~15V)
+8V DC BIAS
IN
RX1
This connector can not be connected
to telecommunication networks.
REMOTE
OUT
DC INPUT
ANTENNA A
(12~15V)
+8V DC BIAS
IN
RX2
This connector can not be connected
to telecommunication networks.
REMOTE
OUT
DC INPUT
ANTENNA A
(12~15V)
+8V DC BIAS
IN
RX3
This connector can not be connected
to telecommunication networks.
Fig.27
1. Dante network topology:
Connect MIPRO ACT-848 via Dante port by Cat.5, Cat.5e, or
Cat.6 cable with Ethernet switch to construct Dante network,
Fig. 27.
2. Note: The Ethernet switch should build-in DCHP function or
external connected with a DHCP server such as netowrk router.
3. Software Operation: Install Dante Controller software in PC to
perform audio stream routing and monitoring.
4. The free Windows and Mac OS X software and user guide of
Dante Controller can be downloaded at the website of Audinate.
https://www.audinate.com/products/software/dante-controller
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Digital Wideband Receiver
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