Sennheiser SK 9000 User manual

Sennheiser SK 9000 User manual
SK 9000
Instruction manual
Contents
Important safety instructions ........................................................... 2
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Contents
The SK 9000 bodypack transmitter .................................................. 4
Product overview ................................................................................ 5
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Delivery includes ................................................................................. 4
Connecting the antenna .................................................................. 9
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Preparing the SK 9000 for use .......................................................... 6
Connecting the KA 9000 COM command adapter ...................... 9
Switching the SK 9000 on/off .................................................... 10
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Using the SK 9000 ............................................................................. 10
Basic functions of the Sennheiser operating menu ................ 13
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Activating/deactivating the automatic lock mode 
(Autolock) ....................................................................................... 12
Overview of the status displays ................................................. 13
Cleaning and maintaining the SK 9000 ......................................... 17
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Overview of the menu items ....................................................... 14
Specifications ..................................................................................... 19
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If a problem occurs ... ........................................................................ 18
System characteristics .................................................................. 19
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SK 9000 characteristics ................................................................ 20
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Operating conditions .................................................................... 20
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Important safety instructions
Important safety instructions
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Read this instruction manual.
Keep this instruction manual. Always include this instruction
manual when passing the product on to third parties.
Heed all warnings and follow all instructions.
Do not use the product near water.
Only clean the product with a dry cloth.
Do not place the product near any heat sources such as radiators, stoves, or other devices (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
Only use attachments, accessories or spare parts specified by
Sennheiser.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required if the product has been damaged in any way, liquid has
been spilled, objects have fallen inside, the product has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate properly or has
been dropped.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
do not expose the product to rain or moisture.
Do not expose the product to dripping or splashing.
Intended use
Intended use of the Digital 9000 system components includes:
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having read and understood this instruction manual, especially
the chapter “Important safety instructions”,
using the product within the operating conditions and limitations described in this instruction manual.
“Improper use” means using the product other than as described in
these instructions, or under operating conditions which differ from
those described herein.
This instruction manual is also available at www.sennheiser.com.
Safety instructions for lithium-ion rechargeable batteries
If abused or misused, the rechargeable batteries may leak. In
extreme cases, they may even present a risk of
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explosion,
fire development,
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heat generation,
smoke or gas development.
Sennheiser does not accept any liability for damage arising from
abuse or misuse.
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Switch rechargeable batterypowered products off after use.
Immediately remove
rechargeable batteries
from an obviously
defective product.
When not using
rechargeable
batteries for
extended periods
of time, charge
them regularly
(about every
three months).
Do not continue to use
defective rechargeable
batteries.
Only use rechargeable
batteries specified by
Sennheiser.
Remove the rechargeable batteries if the
product will not be 
used for extended
periods of time.
Store the product in 
a cool and dry place 
at room temperature
(approx. 20 °C/68 °F).
Do not heat
above 70 °C/
158 °F, e.g. do
not expose to
sunlight or throw
into a fire.
Dispose of
rechargeable batteries at special
collection points
or return them to
your specialist
dealer.
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Do not mutilate or
dismantle.
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Only charge rechargeable batteries at
ambient temperatures
between 10 °C/50 °F
and 40 °C/104 °F.
Pack/store
charged
rechargeable batteries so that the
terminals cannot
contact each
other – danger 
of shorting out/
fire hazard.
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Do not expose to
moisture.
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Observe correct polarity.
Only charge
rechargeable
batteries with a
charger recommended by
Sennheiser.
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Keep away from
children.
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Important safety instructions
The SK 9000 bodypack transmitter
The SK 9000 bodypack transmitter
The SK 9000 transmitter offers great ease of use and can easily be
adapted to any transmission situation:
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Rugged housing
Input gain adjustable in 3 dB steps
Switchable 1 kHz test tone, useful for level matching the system
and for the walk test
High accuracy of charge status display (BA 61) or remaining
operating time display (B 61)
Switchable low cut filter for filtering out low frequency
components
Frequencies tuneable in 25 kHz steps
Power supply optionally via BA 61 lithium-ion accupack or B 61
battery pack (3 AA size alkaline batteries or 3 AA size lithium
batteries)
Automatic detection of the input signal type (mic, line, instrument) when Sennheiser accessories are used
Emulation of different guitar cable lengths
Different clip-on microphones for different areas of application
(see page 6)
Command function via KA 9000 COM command adapter
Delivery includes
1 SK 9000 bodypack transmitter
1 supplement “Framework requirements and restrictions on
frequency usage”
1 instruction manual
You additionally require microphones or the CI 1-4 line/
instrument cable as well as a BA 61 accupack and/or a B 61
battery pack.
A list of accessories can be found on the Digital 9000
product page at www.sennheiser.com. 
For information on suppliers, contact your local Sennheiser
partner: www.sennheiser.com > “Service & Support”.
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Product overview
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Product overview
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A
1 3-pin special audio socket
for
- Sennheiser microphones
- Sennheiser CI 1-4
instrument cable
- KA 9000 COM command
adapter
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2 ON/OFF button
with ESC function (cancel)
3 ON LED
- lights up constantly: 
transmitter is operational
- flashes regularly: 
remaining operating time
is less than 30 minutes
- flashes with high levels: 
audio signal is excessively
high
4 Antenna socket
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Infra-red interface
DOWN button
SET button
UP button
Catches 
for accupack/battery pack
0 Snap-in elements 
for accupack/battery pack
A Guide rails 
for accupack/battery pack
B Contacts 
for supply voltage and
data contacts
C Display panel
D Belt clip
E Battery pack 
for 3 AA size cells
F Accupack
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Preparing the SK 9000 for use
Overview of the standard display after switch-on
After switch-on, the bodypack transmitter displays the following
standard display:
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1 Display for charge status of
the accupack/battery pack
2 Operating time display (only
when used with the BA 61)
3 Frequency/channel/name
display, switchable
4 “Encryption” display
5 Lock mode icon
6 Transmission mode display:
“HD” (High Definition
Audio) or “LR” (Long Range
Audio)
Condenser microphones for SK 9000 bodypack transmitter
Microphone
Pick-up pattern
MKE 1
omni-directional
MKE 2
cardioid
ME 102
omni-directional
ME 104
cardioid
ME 105
super-cardioid
HSP 2
omni-directional
HSP 4
cardioid
Sennheiser CI 1-4 line/instrument cable
¼’’ (6.3 mm) jack plug (silent plug) to 3-pin special audio connector
Preparing the SK 9000 for use
For detailed information on the following points, refer to
the instruction manual for the Digital 9000 system.
Selecting the accupack/battery pack
You can power the SK 9000 bodypack transmitter using:
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the BA 61 accupack
the B 61 battery pack for three 1.5 V AA size batteries
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Preparing the SK 9000 for use
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Charge the BA 61 accupack before using it for the first time
(see the instruction manual for the Digital 9000 system).
Damage to the bodypack transmitter and/or the accupack/
battery pack
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CAUTION!
Inserting batteries into the B 61 battery pack
왘 Insert the batteries into the battery pack (see diagram). Observe
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correct polarity when inserting the batteries.
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Contacts for supply voltage
and data contacts B of the
bodypack transmitter
• Charging and data contacts
of the BA 61 accupack
B
• Data contacts of the B 61
battery pack
왘 Do not touch the contacts of
the accupack/battery pack nor the contacts of the bodypack
transmitter.
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If you touch the following contacts, they can become dirty or
damaged:
Only insert high-quality AA size batteries (e.g. lithium or
alkaline batteries) into the B 61 battery pack. If you insert
rechargeable batteries, the charge status display 1 will
show a wrong value.
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Preparing the SK 9000 for use
Removing and attaching the accupack/battery pack
To remove the accupack/battery pack:
왘 Push the two catches 9 and pull the accupack/battery pack
away from the bodypack transmitter as shown in diagram 2.
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To attach the accupack/battery pack:
왘 Slide the accupack/battery pack onto the guide rails A (see
diagram 1) until it locks into place with an audible click.
The bodypack transmitter is then operational.
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Connecting microphones and audio sources
왘 Connect the 3-pin special audio connector of the Sennheiser
microphone or the Sennheiser CI 1-4 line/instrument cable to
the 3-pin special audio socket 1.
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Preparing the SK 9000 for use
왘 Lock the 3-pin special audio connector by screwing down the
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coupling ring.
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Connecting the antenna
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왘 Only use the supplied antenna.
왘 Connect the antenna as shown:
Connecting the KA 9000 COM command adapter
왘 Connect the 3-pin special audio connector of the KA 9000 COM
to the 3-pin special audio socket 1 of the SK 9000.
왘 Connect the 3-pin special audio connector of the Sennheiser
instrument cable to the microphone input socket of the KA 9000
COM.
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Using the SK 9000
Using the SK 9000
Before using your bodypack transmitter, ask the relevant
wireless regulatory authority for the exact frequency allocations and apply for an individual license if necessary.
The supplied supplement “Framework requirements and
restrictions on frequency usage” provides an overview of
the different European framework requirements and
restrictions on frequency usage. If there is no entry in the
supplement, ask the relevant wireless regulatory authority
for the current rules governing frequency usage.
We recommend you to adjust the transmitter settings via
the operating menu of the EM 9046 receiver and then to
synchronize the transmitter and the receiver.
Switching the SK 9000 on/off
To switch your bodypack transmitter on:
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C
왘 Keep the ON/OFF button
2 pressed until the Sennheiser
logo appears on the display panel C.
The ON LED 3 lights up and the selected standard display (here:
“Frequency”, see page 16) appears on the display panel C. The
bodypack transmitter transmits an RF signal and the transmission mode display “HD”/“LR” lights up constantly:
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To switch your bodypack transmitter off:
왘 Keep the ON/OFF button
2 pressed until the display panel
goes off.
왘 Remove the accupack/battery pack when the transmitter will
not be used for extended periods of time (see page 8).
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Using the SK 9000
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pressed until the “Name” standard display appears. 
The RF signal is not activated and the transmission mode display
“HD”/“LR” flashes.
If you call up the “Tune” or “Preset” menu item within the next
10 seconds, the RF signal remains deactivated until you exit the
menu item. If you do not call up one of the mentioned menu items,
the RF signal is automatically activated after 10 seconds.
To check the set frequency/the selected frequency preset:
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Switching on the SK 9000 on and checking the set
frequency before the RF signal is activated
왘 Switch on the SK 9000 by keeping the ON/OFF button
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480.000
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2 while the standard display is
shown.
“LOCK” appears on the display panel because the lock mode is
activated.
왘 Press the UP button
8 or the DOWN button
6.
“UNLOCK” appears on the display panel.
왘 Press the SET button
7.
The lock mode is temporarily
deactivated, the lock mode
icon 5 flashes.
왘 Within the next 2 seconds, press 3:59
2 and
the ON/OFF button
keep it pressed until the display panel goes off.
If you switch on the SK 9000, the lock mode is activated again.
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왘 Press the ON/OFF button
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To switch your bodypack transmitter off with the lock mode activated:
8/
DOWN button
6 until the “Tune” or “Preset” menu item
appears.
The set frequency/the selected frequency preset is displayed.
If the displayed value is the desired one:
왘 Wait for 10 seconds to pass.
The RF signal is automatically activated and the transmission
mode display “HD”/“LR” lights up constantly.
If the displayed value is not the desired one:
왘 Call up the “Tune” or “Preset” menu item.
The RF signal remains deactivated until you exit the menu item.
왘 Set the frequency (menu item “Tune”) or select a frequency
preset (menu item “Preset”) and store your setting.
The RF signal is activated and the bodypack transmitter transmits an RF signal on the set frequency.
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왘 Call up the operating menu and press the UP button
Using the SK 9000
Activating/deactivating the automatic lock mode
(Autolock)
The bodypack transmitter has an automatic lock mode that can be
activated or deactivated via the “LOCK” menu item (see page 16).
To permanently activate the automatic lock mode:
왘 Call up the “LOCK” menu item and select “On”.
왘 Store your setting by pressing the SET button
7.
The automatic lock mode is permanently activated and the lock
mode icon 5 lights up constantly.
When the automatic lock mode is activated, you can still call up the
operating menu and use the UP button
8/DOWN button
6 to select menu items (read-only function). You can also call up
the “LOCK” menu item in order to deactivate the automatic lock
mode. If, however, you try to call up any other menu item, the following display appears on the display panel:
While this display is shown (about 2 seconds), you can temporarily
deactivate the lock mode:
왘 Press the UP button
8 or the DOWN button
6.
The following display appears on the display panel:
왘 Press the SET button
7.
The lock mode is temporarily deactivated. The lock mode icon 5
flashes.
- If you do not press a button, the lock mode is activated again
after 2 seconds. The lock mode icon 5 lights up constantly
again.
- If you continue navigating the operating menu or if you call
up a menu item, the lock mode is activated 2 seconds after the
last button press.
- If you exit a called up menu item, the lock mode is activated
immediately after exiting the menu item.
To permanently deactivate the automatic lock mode:
왘 Call up the “LOCK” menu item and select “Off”.
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Using the SK 9000
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The automatic lock mode is permanently deactivated. The lock
mode icon 5 goes off.
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왘 Store your setting by pressing the SET button
UP
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/
DOWN
SET
to call up the
operating menu or a menu item, to
switch between the selection areas of a
menu item and to store your settings.
왘 Press the UP button
/DOWN button
to select menu items and to change
the settings of a menu item.
Overview of the status displays
Status display
Meaning
SK 9000 switches on
SK 9000 switches off
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2:20
BA/B 61 accupack/battery pack: 
charge status 100% | 70% | 30%
BA 61 accupack: remaining operating time in
h:mm
Accupack/battery pack is completely
discharged, transmitter is not operational
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/DOWN button
When keeping the UP button
pressed within a menu item, you continuously adjust the
next/previous setting of the menu item. Keep the buttons
pressed for a longer time to accelerate the speed.
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to exit a
menu item without storing your settings or to change from the operating
menu to the standard display.
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왘 Press the ON/OFF button
ON/OFF
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Operation
왘 Press the SET button
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Button
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Calling up and selecting menu items, changing and storing
settings, cancelling an entry
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A special feature of the Sennheiser 9000 series is the straightforward, intuitive operating concept. As a result, you can act quickly
and precisely – even in stressful situations, for example on stage or
during a live show or presentation.
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Basic functions of the Sennheiser operating menu
Using the SK 9000
Status display
Meaning
Setting is being stored
Firmware is being updated
Firmware update has failed
Overview of the menu items
Icon
Name
Function
Tune
Sets a frequency
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Preset
Selects a frequency preset
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Name
Enters a name
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Gain
Adjusts the input gain
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Low cut
Sets the low-cut filter
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RF mode
Adjusts the transmission
mode
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Display
Selects a standard display
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Cable
Emulates different
instrument cable lengths
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Lock
Activates/deactivates the
lock mode
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Activates the test tone for
level matching the system
and for the walk test
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Resets the factory default
settings
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Test tone
Reset
Information Displays the firmware
version and frequency range
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Using the SK 9000
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Via the “Tune” menu item, you can set a frequency. The frequencies
are tuneable in 25 kHz steps. If you store your setting, the set frequency is automatically assigned to the user-defined frequency
preset “U”. The bodypack transmitter then changes from the currently set frequency preset to the frequency preset “U” and transmits on the set frequency.
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“Tune”– Setting a frequency
왘 Proceed as described in the instruction manual for the
Digital 9000 system. You first activate the booster frequency range on the EM 9046. If you then synchronize
the transmitter and the receiver, the booster frequency
range on the transmitter will also be activated.
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`space` `#` `A` `B` `C` `D` `E` `F` `G` `H` `I` `J` `K` `L` `M` `N` `O` `P`
`Q` `R` `S` `T` `U` `V` `W` `X` `Y` `Z`
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Via the “Name” menu item, you can enter a freely selectable name
for the bodypack transmitter. The name can consist of up to 6 characters from the following character set:
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“Name” – Entering a name
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To activate a different booster frequency range:
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Via the “Preset” menu item, you can select a frequency preset from
the active booster frequency range or the frequency preset “U” (see
also the “Tune” menu item).
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“Preset” – Selecting a frequency preset
Via the “Gain” menu item, you can adjust the input gain in 3 dB
steps from –6 to +42 dB.
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“Gain” – Adjusting the input gain
Using the SK 9000
“Low cut” – Setting the low-cut filter
Via the “Low cut” menu item, you can set the low-cut filter. When
you are using Sennheiser microphones or the Sennheiser CI 1-4 line/
instrument cable, the bodypack transmitter automatically detects
the type of input signal present and changes the possible settings
of the “Low cut” menu item accordingly:
Cable type
Settings
Sennheiser microphone cable
“60 Hz”, “80 Hz”, “100 Hz”,
“120 Hz”
Sennheiser CI 1-4 line/
instrument cable
“30 Hz”
“RF mode” – Adjusting the transmission mode
The “RF mode” menu item allows you to adjust the transmission
mode (see the instruction manual for the Digital 9000 system).
“Display” – Selecting a standard display
The “Display” menu item allows you to select one out of 3 standard
displays.
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Frequency
3:59
Preset
U
480.000MHz
3:59
GUITAR
Name
“Cable” – Emulating instrument cable lengths
Via the “Cable” menu item, you can emulate the lengths of instrument cables in 3 steps. You can use this function when you are using
the Sennheiser CI 1-4 line/instrument cable.
“Lock” – Activating/deactivating the lock mode
Via the “Lock” menu item, you can activate or deactivate the lock
mode. For more information on how to activate or deactivate the
lock mode, refer to page 12.
“Test tone” – Activating the 1 kHz test tone
Via the “Test tone” menu item, you can activate a 1 kHz test tone.
This test tone is transmitted instead of the input signal. You can use
this function for level matching your system or for the walk test.
“Reset” – Resetting the factory default settings
Via the “Reset” menu item, you can reset the bodypack transmitter
to its factory default settings.
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Cleaning and maintaining the SK 9000
Cleaning and maintaining the SK 9000
왘 Keep all liquids away from the devices.
왘 Do not use any solvents or cleansing agents.
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왘 Remove the rechargeable batteries or batteries before cleaning.
왘 Only use a soft, dry cloth to clean the bodypack transmitter.
왘 Wipe the contacts B with a dry cloth.
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Liquids entering the housing of the devices can cause a short-circuit
and damage the electronics.
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Liquids can damage the electronics of the devices!
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CAUTION!
EN
Via the “Information” menu item, you can display the firmware
version and the transmitter’s frequency range.
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“Information” – Displaying the firmware version and
frequency range
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If a problem occurs ...
If a problem occurs ...
Problem
Possible cause
Possible solution
Transmitter
cannot be operated, “LOCK”
appears on the
display panel
Lock mode is
activated
Deactivate the lock mode.
No operation
indication
Batteries are flat
or accupack is flat
Replace the batteries or
recharge the accupack
(see page 8).
No RF signal at
the receiver
Transmitter and
receiver are not
on the same
frequency
Transmitter to the same
frequency as the receiver.
Transmission
range is exceeded
Reduce the distance
between transmitter and
receiving antennas.
Transmitter’s 
RF signal is
deactivated 
(“RF Mute”)
Activate the RF signal.
Transmitter input
gain is adjusted
too low/too high
Adjust the input gain 
(see page 15).
Audio signal has
a high level of
background
noise or is
distorted
If a problem occurs that is not listed in the above table or if the
problem cannot be solved with the proposed solutions, please
contact your local Sennheiser partner for assistance.
To find a Sennheiser partner in your country, search at 
www.sennheiser.com under “Service & Support”.
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Specifications
Specifications
EM 9046 DRX
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470 to 798 MHz,
divided into 24 MHz booster frequency
ranges
TX variant Booster variant
A1–A8
470–798 MHz A1–A4
(expandable 470–
to 934 MHz) 558 MHz
A1 470–494 MHz
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Frequency ranges
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System characteristics
A2 494–518 MHz
A4 534–558 MHz
A5 550–574 MHz
A6 574–598 MHz
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A5–A8
550–
638 MHz
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A3 510–534 MHz
A7 590–614 MHz
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A8 614–638 MHz
TX variant Booster variant
B1–B8
470–798 MHz B1–B4
(expandable 630–
to 934 MHz) 718 MHz
B1 630–654 MHz
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EM 9046 DRX
B2 654–678 MHz
B4 694–718 MHz
B5 710–734 MHz
B6 734–758 MHz
B7 750–774 MHz
B8 774–798 MHz
Transmission method
digital modulation
“HD” mode: 
without audio data compression
“LR” mode: 
SeDAC (Sennheiser Digital Audio Codec)
Audio frequency
response
30 Hz to 20 kHz (3 dB) 
with SK 9000 line-in
30 Hz to 20 kHz (3 dB) 
with SK 9000 mic
Dynamic range
“HD” mode: 112 dB(A)
“LR” mode: 101 dB(A)
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B5–B8
710–
798 MHz
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B3 670–694 MHz
Specifications
Latency
Analog Audio Out: 3.2 ms 
Digital Audio Out: 3 ms (AES/EBU)
THD
“HD” mode: < 0.01% (at 1 kHz) 
“LR” mode: < 0.03% (at 1 kHz)
Operating conditions
Ambient temperature
–10°C to +50°C
Relative humidity
max. 85% at 40°C 
(non-condensing)
Protection against
dripping and light
splashing of liquids
the product must not be exposed to
dripping and splashing (IP2X)
Storage and transport conditions
Ambient temperature
–25°C to +70°C
Relative humidity
max. 90% at 40°C
Protection against
dripping and light
splashing of liquids
the product must not be exposed to
dripping and splashing (IP2X)
Shock resistance
as per IEC 68 or EN 60068, T2-27
SK 9000 characteristics
RF characteristics
Frequency ranges
470 MHz to 798 MHz, 
divided into 4 ranges:
SK 9000 A1–A4: 470–558 MHz
SK 9000 A5–A8: 550–638 MHz
SK 9000 B1–B4: 630–718 MHz
SK 9000 B5–B8: 710–798 MHz
(see also table “System characteristics”
on page 19)
Frequency ranges USA
550 MHz to 718 MHz,
divided into 2 ranges:
SK 9000 A5–A8: 550–638 MHz
SK 9000 B1–B4: 630–718 MHz
Switching bandwidth
88 MHz
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Specifications
“HD” mode: 10 mW rms, 50 mW peak
“LR” mode: 25 mW rms, 50 mW peak
Frequency stability
< 5 ppm
Tuneability
in steps of 25 kHz
Antenna output
coax socket, 50 
Mic/line input
3-pin special audio socket
Audio gain
mic: adjustable in 3 dB steps
from 0 dB to +42 dB
instruments: adjustable in 3 dB steps
from –6 dB to +42 dB
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AF characteristics
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RF output power
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line: adjustable in 3 dB steps
from –6 dB to +42 dB
Input impedance
mic: 22 k
Lower cut-off
frequency (–3 dB)
mic: adjustable 
30 Hz, 60 Hz, 80 Hz, 100 Hz, 120 Hz

cable length adjustable in 3 steps
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Other characteristics
Operating time
6.5 hrs (with BA 61 accupack)
Power consumption
approx. 1 W
Dimensions
76 x 62 x 20 mm (H x W x D, 
with BA 61 accupack)
Weight
approx. 147 g (with BA 61 accupack 
and belt clip)
Pin assignment of 3-pin special audio socket
Socket
Pin assignment
1
2
3
Pin 1 and thread: ground
Pin 2: line/instrument
Pin 3: microphone
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ZH
Instrument cable
emulation
PT
instruments/line: adjustable 
30 Hz, 60 Hz, 80 Hz, 100 Hz, 120 Hz
NL
instruments/line: 1 M
Specifications
In compliance with
Europe
EMC
EN 301489-1/-9
Radio EN 300422-1/-2
Safety EN 60065
EN 62311 (SAR)
Approved by
USA
Part 74
FCC-ID: DMOSK9000
limited to 698 MHz
Canada
Industry Canada RSS-123
IC: 2099A-SK9000
limited to 698 MHz
Brazil
QUANTA BRASIL IMPORTAÇÃO E EXPORTAÇÃO LTDA. 0927-15-7356
0927-15-7356
EUROBRAS FILM PRODUÇÕES CINEMATOGRAFICAS LTDA. 1350-15-7356
1350-15-7356
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SK 9000
Am Labor 1, 30900 Wedemark, Germany
www.sennheiser.com
Publ. 06/17, 547017
SK 9000
Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG
Bedienungsanleitung Gebruiksaanwijzing
Instruction manual
Manual de instruções
Notice d‘emploi
Istruzioni per l‘uso
Instrucciones de uso
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