Sennheiser SK D1 User manual

Sennheiser SK D1 User manual

System Manual

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Contents

Contents

Important safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Optimum sound the easy way

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Package contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Product overviews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 EM D1 rack receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

SKM D1, SKM-S D1 and SK D1 transmitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Displays of the transmitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Optional accessories for the transmitters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

ME 3-II headset microphone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 ME 2-2 clip-on microphone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Putting the products into operation

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Putting the receiver into operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Putting the bodypack transmitter into operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Preparing the headset microphone for use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Attaching the clip-on microphone to clothing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Putting the handheld transmitter into operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Recharging the accupack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Using the products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Switching the devices on or off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Checking the charge status of the batteries or accupacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Checking the RF signal level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Muting the bodypack transmitter or the SKM-S D1 handheld transmitter 28

Pairing a receiver with a transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Identifying paired devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Using the devices in multi-channel operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Switching between the standard display and the extended standard display 29

Using the operating menu of the receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Controlling, monitoring or updating devices via the network . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Cleaning and maintaining the products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

If a problem occurs ...

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Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Reacting to messages displayed on the display panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Licenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Manufacturer Declarations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

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Important safety instructions

Important safety instructions

1. Read these safety instructions and the instruction manuals of the prod ucts.

2. Keep these safety instructions and the instruction manuals of the prod ucts. Always include these safety instructions and the instruction manuals when passing the products on to third parties.

3. Heed all warnings.

4. Follow all instructions.

5. Do not use the products near water.

6. Only clean the products when they are not connected to the power supply system. Use a dry cloth for cleaning.

7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install the products in accordance with the instructions given in the instruction manuals.

8. Do not operate near any heat sources such as radiators, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

9. Only operate the products from the types of power source specified in the

chapter “Specifications” on page 46 and indicated on the power supply

unit.

10. Only use the supplied power supply units.

11. Unplug the power supply units from the wall socket, - to completely disconnect the products from the power supply system, - during lightning storms or - when not using the products for long periods of time.

12. Always ensure that the power supply units are - in a safe operating condition and easily accessible, - properly plugged into the wall socket, - only operated within the permissible temperature range, - not covered or exposed to direct sunlight for longer periods of time in order to prevent heat accumulation.

13. Protect the power cords from being walked on or pinched, particularly at the points where they exit from wall sockets, power supply units and prod ucts.

14. Only use attachments, accessories or spare parts specified by Sennheiser 15. Only use the products with the carts, stands, tripods, brackets, or tables specified by Sennheiser, or sold with the products.

16. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/product combina tion to avoid injury from tip-over.

17. When using the supplied device feet, do not place the products on delicate surfaces. Delicate surfaces can become discolored or stained when they come into contact with the plastic of the device feet.

18. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the products have been damaged in any way, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the products, when the products has been exposed to rain or moisture, do not operate normally, or have been dropped.

19. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the products to rain or moisture 20. Do not expose the products to dripping or splashing. Ensure that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, are placed on the products.

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Important safety instructions Risk of fire due to overloading 왘 Do not overload wall outlets and extension cables as this may result in fire and electric shock.

Safety instructions for antennas 왘 Use safety wires to protect the antennas against tipping/dropping.

The safety wires, rope terminations and coupling links must comply in their dimensioning and condition with the regulations and standards of the country in which they are used!

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 • explosion, • fire development, • heat generation, • smoke or gas development.

Sennheiser does not accept any liability for damage arising from abuse or mis use.

왘 Keep away from children.

왘 Only charge rechargeable batteries with chargers recommended by Sennheiser.

왘 Observe correct polarity.

왘 Pack/store charged rechargeable batteries so that the terminals cannot contact each other – danger of shorting out/fire hazard.

왘 Do not expose to moisture.

왘 Switch rechargeable battery-powered products off after use.

왘 Only charge rechargeable batteries at ambient temperatures between 10 °C/50 °F and 40 °C/104 °F.

왘 When not using rechargeable batteries for extended periods of time, charge them regularly (about every three months).

왘 Do not mutilate or dismantle.

왘 Do not heat above 60 °C/140 °F, e.g. do not expose to sunlight or throw into a fire.

왘 Immediately remove rechargeable batteries from obviously defective prod ucts.

왘 Do not continue to use defective rechargeable batteries.

왘 Only use rechargeable batteries specified by Sennheiser.

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Important safety instructions 왘 Dispose of rechargeable batteries at special collection points or return them to your specialist dealer.

왘 Store the products in a cool and dry place at room temperature (approx.

20 °C/68 °F).

왘 Remove the rechargeable batteries if the products will not be used for extended periods of time.

Intended use The microphones, the transmitters, the receiver and the accessories of the Sennheiser system can be combined with each other and have been designed for indoor use (e.g. in rehearsal rooms, studios, theaters and on stages).

In order that music and vocals are transmitted in the best possible quality, the products have to be connected, as described in this instruction manual, to a suitable mixing console or amplifier which, in turn, has to be connected to optimally positioned loudspeakers.

The products can be used for commercial purposes.

Intended use includes: • having read and understood these safety instructions and the instruction manuals of the products • using the products within the operating conditions and limitations described in these safety instructions and in the instruction manuals of the products.

It is considered improper use when the products are used for any application not named in the instruction manuals of the products.

Sennheiser does not accept liability for damage arising from abuse or misuse of the products and their accessories.

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Optimum sound the easy way

Optimum sound the easy way

The Sennheiser series consists of high-quality state-of the-art RF transmission systems with a high level of operational reliability and ease of use. The transmitters and the receiver permit wireless transmission with studio-quality sound.

Features of the series: • Digital transmission with an excellent transmission range and intelligent signal amplification • Optimum sound due to preset sound profiles and audio effects: - low-cut filter - equalizer - automatic gain control - de-esser • Quick and easy setup and operation due to automatic frequency manage ment and automatic microphone sensitivity adjustment • Low latency • Extended dynamic range • Secure and license-free transmission in the 2.4 GHz frequency band • Automatic interference management provides optimum protection against sources of interference such as WiFi or Bluetooth • Long battery life • Centralized remote control, monitoring and firmware updating via the “Wireless System Remote” (WSR) app or the “Sennheiser D1 SL Updater” software • Convenient access to help functions via QR codes 5

Package contents

Package contents

Package contents EM D1 rack receiver SK D1 bodypack transmitter ME 2-2 clip-on microphone ME 3-II headset microphone Handheld transmitter with mute switch and MMD 835-1 microphone head Handheld transmitter with mute switch and MMD 845-1 microphone head Handheld transmitter with MMD 935-1 microphone head Handheld transmitter with MMD 945-1 microphone head B 10 battery box B 30 battery box NT 12-4C 1 or NT 2-3 2 power supply unit CI 1 guitar cable Transport case Vocal Sets Lavalier Set Headmic Set Instrument Set ew D1-835-S ew D1-845-S ew D1-935 ew D1-945 ew D1-ME2 ew D1-ME3 ew D1-CI1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 – – – 1 – – – 1 – 1 – 1 – – – – 1 – – 1 – 1 – 1 – – – – – 1 – 1 – 1 – 1 – – – – – – 1 1 – 1 – 1 1 1 – – – – – – 1 1 – 1 1 – 1 – – – – – 1 1 – 1 1 – – – – – – – 1 1 1 1 AA size batteries (1,5 V) 2 2 2 2 1 Country-specific versions of the NT 12-4C are available for Europe, the UK, and the USA.

2 The NT 2-3 power supply unit is available for all other regions.

2 2 2 6

Product overviews

Product overviews

The transmitters and the receiver are available in different country variants: • -H variants are available in Europe, the UK and all other countries in which the products are distributed • -NH variants are available in the Americas, China and Australia • -NH10 variants are available in Japan and South Korea The country variant can be found on the packaging and on the type plate as shown on the left.

왘 Only use the country variant permitted for use at the venue.

왘 Do not combine devices of different country variants.

EM D1 rack receiver

Operating elements – front panel

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1 2G4 rod antennas 2 PAIR button 3 Display panel 4 Jog dial 5 ESC button 6 STANDBY button

2 3 4 5 6

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for connection to the R-SMA sockets at the rear of the receiver

Short-press to identify the paired transmitter (see page 29).

Long-press to change the pairing (see page 28).

For details, see page 9.

Turn to navigate through the menu, to change settings or to change from the standard display to the extended standard display.

Press to open the menu or to confirm the entry or selection.

Short-press to navigate to the next higher level in the menu or to exit a menu item without confirming new settings or entries.

Long-press to exit the menu and to return to the standard display.

Short-press to switch the receiver on.

Long-press to switch the receiver off.

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Product overviews 7 Status LED lights up green: A radio link to the transmitter is established. The batteries of the received transmitter are sufficiently charged.

The PAIR button has been short-pressed. Paired devices are being identified.

flashes green: flashes alternately green and red: The PAIR button has been long-pressed. The receiver establishes a radio link to a transmitter whose PAIR button has also been long-pressed.

lights up yellow: The received transmitter has been muted with the MUTE switch. In addition,

Muted

is displayed on the display panel.

The battery capacity of the received transmitter is only sufficient for approx. 30 minutes of operation.

flashes red: lights up red: No radio link to a transmitter. In addition, the background of the display panel changes back and forth between light and dark and display panel.

No Link

appears on the Operating elements – rear panel 8 R-SMA socket 9 Cable grip 0 DC IN socket A ¼" (6.3 mm) jack socket AF OUT UNBAL B XLR-3 socket AF OUT BAL C D Ethernet socket R-SMA socket ANT II LAN ANT I 9 0 A B C

D 8

Antenna input II for connecting a supplied 2G4 rod antenna (for details, see

page 16)

for the cable of the power supply unit for connection of the power supply unit Unbalanced audio output for connection to the ¼" (6.3 mm) jack input of the

mixing console (for details, see page 20)

Balanced audio output for connection to the XLR-3 input of the mixing console

(for details, see page 20)

for connecting to a network router or a switch (e.g. to control, monitor and update several receivers via a mobile device or a computer (for details, see

page 20)

Antenna input I for connecting a supplied 2G4 rod antenna (for details, see

page 16)

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Product overviews Standard display Displays and icons on the receiver's display panel The standard display appears automatically after switch-on or when no but ton has been pressed on the receiver for a long period of time. The brightness of the standard display automatically dims after a few minutes.

1 2 3 4 5

EQ DE-S AGC NAME

10 h

6 B A 0 9 8 7

1 2 3 4 Equalizer De-esser Auto gain control MUTE If one of the equalizer functions is activated,

EQ

appears in inverse on the

standard display (for details, see page 32).

If one of the de-esser functions is activated,

DE-S

appears in inverse on the

standard display (for details, see page 33).

If one of the compression functions is activated,

AGC

appears in inverse on the

standard display (for details, see page 33).

The received transmitter is not muted, but can be muted at any time (for

details, see page 28).

The received transmitter is muted. In addition, the status LED lights up yellow.

5 6 7 8 Audio level display Extended standard display 6-segment RF signal level display RF output power of the receiver‘s back channel The received transmitter cannot be muted because its MUTE switch is deacti-

vated (for details see page 35).

The audio level is automatically optimally adjusted.

The extended standard display appears when you turn the jog dial to the left

(see page 10). The above shown standard display appears again after 10 sec-

onds or when you turn the jog dial to the right.

Displays the field strength of the received signal. The 6-segment RF signal level display is also shown on the transmitter display panel.

Medium RF output power Displayed by the -H and -NH10 country variants.

High RF output power Only displayed by the -NH country variant.

9 Lock mode Open padlock icon: The lock mode is temporarily deactivated and the receiver can be operated as usual.

Locked padlock icon: The lock mode is activated. Press and hold the jog dial to temporarily deactivate the lock mode. To permanently deactivate the lock

mode, see page 34.

0 Name of the radio link If no padlock icon is displayed, the lock mode is permanently deactivated (for

details, see page 34).

To change this name, see page 32.

A Remaining battery life of the received transmitter This information is only displayed when the transmitter is powered via the

optional accupack (for details, see page 27).

B 7-segment display of the transmitter‘s battery or accupack capacity The 7-segment battery or accupack capacity display is also shown on the

transmitter display panel (for details, see page 27).

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Product overviews Extended standard display The extended standard display appears when you turn the jog dial to the left.

Audio out:

845

10 dB Low cut filter: Off

C F

E

D

C Pick-up pattern of the microphone used D Status of the low-cut filter (ON/OFF) E Output level of the receiver in dB F Product name of the microphone head used Power supply units for the receiver

For details, see page 24.

For details, see page 32.

For details, see page 34.

For details, see page 24.

NT 2-3 NT 12-4C

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1 NT 2-3 power supply unit 2 Interchangeable country adapters 3 NT 12-4C power supply unit

2 3

Not available in Europe, the UK, and the USA.

for plugging onto the NT 2-3 Country-specific variants are available in Europe, the UK, and the USA.

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Product overviews

SKM D1, SKM-S D1 and SK D1 transmitters

Operating elements of the SKM D1 and SKM-S D1 handheld transmitters

1 2 3 4 5 6

SKM-S D1

Mic Mute

SKM D1

1 2 3 4 5 6 Unscrewable microphone head Display panel MUTE switch ON/OFF PAIR button with status LED button Antenna lights up green:

For details, see page 24.

Do not cover the microphone head during transmission to avoid chang ing the characteristics of the pick-up pattern.

For details, see page 13.

for muting the SKM-S D1 handheld transmitter (for details, see page 28)

Short-press to switch the handheld transmitter on.

Long-press to switch the handheld transmitter off (for details, see page 26).

A radio link to the receiver is established. The batteries of the handheld trans mitter are sufficiently charged.

The PAIR button has been short-pressed. Paired devices are being identified.

flashes green: flashes alternately green and red: lights up yellow: The PAIR button has been long-pressed. The handheld transmitter establishes a radio link to a receiver whose PAIR button has also been long-pressed.

The SKM-S D1 handheld transmitter has been muted with the addition,

Muted

is displayed on the display panel.

MUTE switch. In The battery capacity of the handheld transmitter is only sufficient for approx. 30 minutes of operation.

flashes red: lights up red: No radio link to a receiver. In addition,

No Link

is displayed on the display panel.

Short-press to identify the paired receiver (see page 29).

Long-press to change the pairing (see page 28).

Do not touch the antenna during transmission to avoid a reduction in the transmission range.

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Product overviews Operating elements of the SK D1 bodypack transmitter

4 3 2 1 9 5 6 8 7 7

1 ON/OFF button 2 3.5 mm jack socket Mic/Line 3 Status LED lights up green: flashes green: Short-press to switch the bodypack transmitter on.

Long-press to switch the bodypack transmitter off (for details, see page 26).

for connecting the clip-on or headset microphone A radio link to the receiver is established. The batteries of the bodypack trans mitter are sufficiently charged.

The PAIR button has been short-pressed. Paired devices are being identified

(for details, see page 29).

flashes alternately green and red: lights up yellow: The PAIR button has been long-pressed. The bodypack transmitter establishes a radio link to a receiver whose PAIR button has also been long-pressed (for

details, see page 28).

The bodypack transmitter has been muted with the

Muted

MUTE switch. In addition,

is displayed on the display panel (for details, see page 28).

The battery capacity of the bodypack transmitter is only sufficient for approx. 30 minutes of operation.

flashes red: lights up red: 4 5 6 7 8 9 MUTE Antenna Display panel Catches PAIR switch button Belt clip No radio link to a receiver. In addition,

No Link

is displayed on the display panel.

for muting the bodypack transmitter (for details, see page 28)

Do not touch the antenna during transmission to avoid a reduction in the transmission range.

For details, see page 13.

Press simultaneously to release the battery box or the accupack.

Short-press to identify the paired receiver (see page 29).

Long-press to change the pairing (see page 28).

For details, see page 22.

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Product overviews

Displays of the transmitters

1 2 NAME 3

1

2

3 3

1 Name of the radio link

For details, see page 32.

2 7-segment display of the battery or accupack capacity

For details, see page 27.

3 6-segment RF signal level display Displays the field strength of the trans mitted signal at the receiver.

4 5 5 6

Optional accessories for the transmitters

BA 10 accupack for the SKM D1 or SKM-S D1 handheld transmitter 1 Micro USB socket with cover flap for charging the accupack with any USB power sup-

ply/charger (for details, see page 25)

2 Charge status LED lights up red: The accupack is being charged 3 Contact surfaces 4 Accupack 5 Catches 6 Charging contacts lights up green: The accupack is fully charged for powering the handheld transmitter contains the Li-Ion rechargeable battery Press simultaneously to release the accupack from the handheld transmitter.

for charging the accupack in the charging unit

4 1 3 2

BA 30 accupack for the SK D1 bodypack tranmsitter 1 Contact surfaces 2 Accupack 5 Charge status LED for powering the bodypack transmitter contains the Li-Ion rechargeable battery 3 Charging contacts for charging the accupack in the charging unit 4 Micro USB socket with cover flap for charging the accupack with any USB power sup-

ply/charger (for details, see page 25)

lights up red: The accupack is being charged lights up green: The accupack is fully charged

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2 USB power supply/charger for charging the accupacks 1 NT 5-10-U USB power supply/charger (country-specific) for charging the accupacks 2 USB connector (type A) for connection to the USB power supply/charger 3 Micro USB connector for connection to an accupack 13

Product overviews

ME 3-II headset microphone

7 1 6 5 4 3 2

1 Microphone capsule with lateral sound inlet and cardioid pick-up pattern with windshield 2 Flexible microphone for precise positioning of the microphone at the corner boom of the mouth 3 Ear hooks 4 Clips for a secure fit on the ears for attaching the connection cable to the ear hook 5 Connection cable 6 Neckband with lockable 3.5 mm jack plug for a secure fit on the head 7 Neckband padding for a comfortable fit, adjustable in length with a Velcro fastener

ME 2-2 clip-on microphone

1 2 3

1 Microphone capsule with windshield should be pointed towards the mouth 2 Anti-kink protection to prevent cable damage 3 Connection cable (1.6 m) with lockable 3.5 mm jack plug for connection to the bodypack transmitter Supplied with microphone clip to attach the clip-on microphone to clothing.

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Putting the products into operation

Putting the products into operation

Avoiding sources of interference Direct line of sight recommended Featuring automatic interference management, the devices are capable of avoiding interfering signals at any time by automatically moving together to unused frequencies in the 2.4 GHz frequency band, without any audio inter ruption. However, the number of usable radio links is reduced if there are active sources of interference in the vicinity of the devices.

왘 Switch off possible sources of interference operating in the 2.4 GHz fre quency band.

Possible sources of interference use e.g. WiFi or Bluetooth.

Infrared remote controls and headphones, DECT headphones and UHF radio links (e.g. Sennheiser evolution wireless G3) do not represent a source of interference and can remain switched on. You can identify and locate sources of interference using a WiFi scan ning tool.

왘 If you want to use WiFi while operating devices of the series, use a dual-band WiFi router and deactivate its 2.4 GHz frequency band in order to minimize interference to the radio links.

If conditions are optimal, you can operate up to 15 radio links simultaneously

(for details, see “Using the devices in multi-channel operation” on page 29).

Walls and other obstacles will reduce the range. Therefore, there should always be a direct line of sight between the transmitting antenna and the receiving antennas of a radio link. To ensure this, you can mount the antennas of the receiver in different ways.

• When using the EM D1 as a stand-alone receiver, you can mount the sup-

plied 2G4 rod antennas to the rear of the receiver (see page 16).

• When rack-mounting the receiver, you should use the GA 4 rack-mount kit

to mount the receiver antennas to the front of the rack (see page 19).

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Putting the products into operation

Putting the receiver into operation

Fitting the device feet ATTENTION Risk of staining of furniture surfaces!

Some furniture surfaces have been treated with varnish, polish or synthetics which might cause stains when they come into contact with other synthetics.

Despite a thorough testing of the synthetics used by us, we cannot rule out the possibility of staining.

왘 Do not place the receiver on delicate surfaces.

Do not fit the device feet when mounting the receiver into a rack.

왘 Clean the recesses for the device feet at base of the receiver.

왘 Fit the device feet to the recesses of the receiver.

왘 Place the receiver on a flat, horizontal surface.

The device feet will adhere reliably to the receiver only after some time.

Avoid moving the receiver during this time.

Mounting the rack mount “ears” The rack mount “ears” are designed to help protect the operating ele ments from damage or deformation, e.g. if the receiver is dropped.

왘 Therefore, always fasten the rack mount “ears”, even if you do not want to rack mount the receiver.

To fasten the rack mount “ears”:

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왘 Unscrew and remove the two recessed head screws on each side of the receiver.

왘 Secure the rack mount “ears” 1 to the sides of the receiver using the pre viously removed recessed head screws.

Connecting the rod antennas to the receiver The supplied 2G4 rod antennas can be mounted quickly and easily. The rod antennas are suitable for all applications where – good reception conditions provided – a wireless transmission system is to be used without a large amount of installation work 16

Putting the products into operation 왘 Connect the supplied 2G4 rod antennas to the two R-SMA sockets at the rear of the receiver.

왘 Align the 2G4 rod antennas vertically upwards.

When rack-mounting the receiver, you should use the GA 4 rack-mount kit to mount the receiver antennas to the front of the rack (see next chapter).

Mounting the receiver into a 19" rack ATTENTION Danger due to high temperature, mechanical loading or electric leakage cur rents When rack-mounted, the receivers can be damaged by overheat or excessive mechanical loading.

왘 Make sure that the temperature within the rack does not exceed the per-

missible temperature limit specified in the specifications (see page 46).

왘 왘 Make sure that the receivers in the rack are not mechanically loaded.

Make sure that circuits are not overloaded by providing overcurrent protec tion, if necessary.

왘 Make sure that the sum of the leakage currents of all power supply units do not exceed the allowable limit values by grounding the rack via an addi tional ground connection, if necessary.

Do not fit the device feet when mounting the receiver into a 19" rack.

For mounting one or several receiver into a rack, you require the optional GA 4 rack-mount kit. The GA 4 rack-mount kit is supplied with individually pur chased receivers and is also available separately as an accessory.

Using the GA 4 rack-mount kit, you can:

• mount a single receiver into a 19" rack (see page 18),

• mount the two 2G4 rod antennas to the front of the rack (see page 19) or • mount two receivers side by side into a 19" rack (see page 19).

The GA 4 rack-mount kit consists of:

3 9 1 8 2 4

6

7

5 17

Putting the products into operation 1 2 rack mount “ears” 2 1 blanking plate 3 1 jointing plate 4 2 R-SMA extension cables 5 Screw-in R-SMA sockets 6 R-SMA connectors with washers and nuts 7 2 blanking plugs for closing off the antenna holes in the blanking plate 8 2 recessed head screws 9 6 recessed head screws Mounting a single receiver into a rack

2 7 1

왘 Unscrew and remove the four screws located on the sides of the receiver housing.

왘 Secure the rack mount “ears” 1 to the sides of the receiver using the pre viously removed recessed head screws (see right-hand diagram).

Make sure that the angled ends of the rack mount “ears” point forward.

왘 Secure the blanking plate 2 to one of the rack mount “ears” 1 using the two recessed head screws 8 .

Make sure to use the correct side (the one with the round holes) of the blanking plate 2 to secure it to the rack mount “ear”.

If you want to mount the supplied rod antennas to the front of the rack: 왘 Read the next section.

If you do not want to mount the supplied rod antennas to the front of the rack: 왘 Insert the two blanking plugs 7 into the unused antenna holes.

왘 Slide the receiver into the 19" rack.

왘 Secure the rack mount “ears” 1 and the blanking plate 2 to the rack.

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Putting the products into operation Mounting the rod antennas to the front of the rack When mounting only one receiver into a rack, you can mount the receiver‘s antenna connections to the front of the rack. This can improve reception.

2

5 6

1 1

왘 Screw the two R-SMA sockets blanking plate 6 of the R-SMA extension cables to the 2 using the supplied washers and nuts.

왘 Connect the two R-SMA connectors 5 to the R-SMA sockets of the receiver.

왘 Slide the receiver into the 19" rack.

왘 Secure the rack mount “ears” to the rack.

왘 Connect the two 2G4 rod antennas to the R-SMA sockets plate 2 .

6 of the blanking Mounting two receivers into a rack You can mount two receivers side by side into a rack.

3 1 1

왘 Place the two receivers side by side upside-down onto a flat surface.

왘 Align the jointing plate 3 over the holes in the bottom sides of the receiv ers.

The jointing plate must be placed centrally over the two receivers.

왘 Secure the jointing plate 3 to the receivers using the six recessed head screws 9 .

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Putting the products into operation 0 A 왘 Unscrew and remove the four screws located on the sides of the receiver housings.

왘 Secure the rack mount “ears” 1 to the sides of the receivers using the pre viously removed recessed head screws.

Make sure that the angled ends of the rack mount “ears” point forward.

왘 Slide the receivers into the 19" rack.

왘 Secure the rack mount “ears” 1 to the rack using the recessed head screws 8.

Connecting the receiver to a mixing console The receiver‘s ¼" (6.3 mm) jack socket 0 and the XLR-3 socket A are con nected in parallel, allowing you to simultaneously connect two devices (e.g.

amplifier, mixing console) to the receiver. 왘 Use a suitable cable to connect the mixing console to the ¼" (6.3 mm) jack socket 0 or the XLR-3 socket A .

6.3 mm XLR

Connecting receivers in a network You can connect several receivers in a network using a router or a switch. This allows you to e.g. control, monitor and update all receivers and transmitters of a multi-channel system via a mobile device or a computer.

“WSR” app “Sennheiser D1 SL Updater” software Together with the “Wireless System Remote” (WSR) app, you can use one or several mobile devices to remotely configure all receivers and transmitters of a multi-channel system, to monitor their operation and to update the firm-

ware of the devices (for details, see page 38).

For this, your require a dual-band WiFi router, a sufficient number of network cables and at least one mobile device (tablet or smartphone).

You can use the “Sennheiser D1 SL Updater” software to update the device

firmware (for details, see page 39).

For this, you require any router or a switch, a sufficient number of network cables and a computer running Windows 7 or higher.

Updating the firmware without a network If you do not have a router or a switch and only want to update the firmware: 왘 Assign the computer a static IP address.

왘 Assign the receiver a static IP address (

Network Settings

Mode

Fixed IP

) and then restart the receiver.

왘 Connect the receivers directly to the computer one after the other and update their firmware.

To connect several receivers in a network using a router or a switch: 20

Putting the products into operation 왘 Connect a standard network cable (at least Cat 5) to the LAN Ethernet socket of your receiver.

왘 Connect your receiver to the Ethernet switch or the dual-band WiFi router.

왘 Connect either a computer to the Ethernet switch or connect the computer or the mobile devices to the WiFi router.

The yellow LED at the rear of the receiver indicates the connection status.

Yellow LED … ... lit ... off Connection status The receiver is connected to the network.

The receiver is not connected to the network.

왘 Use a strong password and a strong encryption algorithm to protect your WiFi or your router against unauthorized access.

왘 Deactivate the WiFi router‘s 2.4 GHz frequency band in order to minimize interference to the radio links.

To update the firmware of your devices: 왘 Establish an Internet connection with your mobile device or computer to download the current firmware.

Connecting the receiver to the power supply system Only use the supplied power supply unit (NT 12-4C or NT 2-3). It is designed for your receiver and ensures safe operation.

NT 12-4C NT 2-3 If you use the NT 2-3 power supply unit: 왘 Slide the supplied country adapter onto the power supply unit.

To connect the power supply unit: 왘 Pass the cable of the power supply unit through the cable grip as shown on the left.

왘 Connect the hollow jack plug of the power supply unit to the DC IN socket of the receiver.

왘 Plug the power supply unit into the wall socket.

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Putting the products into operation

Putting the bodypack transmitter into operation

Removing/inserting the batteries or the optional accupack You can power the bodypack transmitter with the supplied B 30 battery box and two 1.5 V AA size batteries.

Optionally, you can also use the Sennheiser BA 30 accupack (3.6 V). The accupack must be charged before first time use. The accupack can remain in the bodypack transmitter for charging.

If you use the supplied B 30 battery box to power the bodypack transmitter: 왘 Insert the batteries into the B 30 battery box.

Please observe correct polarity when inserting the batteries.

To remove the battery box or the accupack: 왘 Simultaneously press the two catches and pull the battery box or the accu pack away from the bodypack transmitter.

To insert the battery box or the accupack: 왘 Slide the battery box or the accupack onto the bodypack transmitter as shown.

The battery box or the accupack locks into place with an audible click.

Attaching the bodypack transmitter to clothing You can use the belt clip to attach the bodypack transmitter to clothing (e.g.

belt, waistband).

Connecting the clip-on microphone or the headset microphone to the bodypack transmitter Only connect the clip-on microphone or the headset microphone recom mended by Sennheiser. These microphones are optimized for the bodypack transmitter.

왘 Connect the jack plug of the clip-on microphone or the headset microphone to the 3.5 mm jack socket ( Mic/Line ) of the bodypack transmitter.

왘 Lock the jack plug by screwing down the coupling ring.

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Putting the products into operation 2–3 cm

Preparing the headset microphone for use

Adjusting the microphone boom and the neckband padding For best possible comfort and optimum fit of the headset microphone, the neckband padding and the microphone boom have to be adjusted to properly fit your head.

ATTENTION Damage to the microphone boom The microphone boom can break or be impaired in its function when you bend or turn it. Frequent alternate bendings close to the microphone head can also damage the microphone boom and possibly reduce the adjustability of the microphone.

왘 Only adjust the microphone boom as described in this chapter.

왘 Put on the headset microphone and adjust it so that a comfortable and secure fit is ensured.

Make sure to wear the neckband padding around the back of your head. If the neckband padding is worn too close to the top of the head, it can slip out of position.

왘 Change the length of the headband padding by means of the Velcro fas tener to ensure a snug and comfortable fit.

왘 Adjust the microphone boom so that the sound inlet points towards the mouth and is positioned approx. 2 to 3 cm from the corner of the mouth.

Using the windshield The windshield attenuates annoying wind noise by 10 dB.

왘 Slip the windshield onto the microphone capsule.

Attaching the clip-on microphone to clothing

The ME 2-2 clip-on microphone is supplied with a microphone clip.

왘 Use the microphone clip to attach the clip-on microphone to clothing (e.g.

tie, lapel).

왘 Conduct the cable so that noise due to friction is avoided and that the con nection cable and the antenna do not cross.

왘 Attach the microphone at a distance of approx. 20 cm to the mouth.

The clip-on microphone has an omni-directional pick-up pattern. It is there fore not necessary to position it precisely.

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Putting the products into operation

5-10 cm Putting the handheld transmitter into operation

If you touch the antenna of the handheld transmitter during transmission, the transmission range will be considerably reduced. If you cover the microphone head during transmission, this will change the pick-up pattern of the micro phone and consequently the sound.

왘 Only hold the handheld transmitter by its body.

왘 Hold the handheld transmitter approx. 5 to 10 cm in front of your mouth.

The MMD 845-1 and MMD 945-1 microphone heads have a super-cardioid pick-up pattern.

왘 Hold the handheld transmitter vertically and speak into the sound inlet basket from directly above.

The MMD 835-1 and MMD 935-1 microphone heads have a cardioid pick-up pattern.

왘 You can speak into the sound inlet basket from directly above or from slightly off-axis.

Removing/inserting the batteries or the optional accupack You can power the handheld transmitter with the supplied B 10 battery box and two 1.5 V AA size batteries.

Optionally, you can also use the Sennheiser BA 10 accupack (3.6 V). The

accupack must be charged before first time use (see page 25).

To remove the battery box or the accupack: 왘 Simultaneously press the two catches and pull the battery box or the accu pack away from the handheld transmitter.

If you use the supplied B 10 battery box: 왘 Insert the batteries into the B 10 battery box.

Please observe correct polarity when inserting the batteries.

왘 Close the battery box.

To insert the battery box or the accupack: 왘 Slide the battery box or the accupack onto the handheld transmitter as shown.

The battery box or the accupack locks into place with an audible click.

Changing the microphone head The handheld transmitter comes in different sets, including either the MMD 835-1, MMD 845-1, MMD 935-1 or the MMD 945-1 microphone head.

You can unscrew the microphone head and replace it by another one, e.g. one with a different pick-up pattern.

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Putting the products into operation

Recharging the accupack

If you use the optional BA 10 or BA 30 accupacks, you can charge them via a standard USB power supply/charger or via the USB port of a computer.

The BA 30 accupack of the bodypack transmitter can remain in the bodypack transmitter for charging. To charge the BA 10 accupack of the handheld trans mitter: 왘

Remove the accupack from the handheld transmitter (see page 22).

왘 If the accupack‘s micro USB socket has a cover flap: Open the cover flap of the micro USB socket and connect the micro USB connector of the USB cable to the micro USB socket of the accupack.

왘 Connect the USB connector of the USB cable to the USB socket of the USB power supply/charger or to the USB port of a computer.

왘 Plug the USB power supply/charger into the wall socket.

The charge status LED lights up red when the accupack is being charged.

The charge status LED lights up green when the accupack is fully charged.

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Using the products SHORT = ON LONG = OFF

Using the products

The Sennheiser series offers true ease of use: The devices of a set are already paired and are therefore ready for immediate use. The receiver features automatic frequency management and continually scans the RF environment for usable, interference-free frequencies. To ensure optimum levels, the transmitters automatically set the correct microphone sensitivity.

Switching the devices on or off

After switch-on, the receivers and transmitters will take approx.

10 seconds to establish the radio links. The more devices are switched on, the longer it takes to establish all the radio links.

SHORT = ON Switching the receiver on 왘 Short-press the STANDBY button.

After switch-on, the display panel first shows a logo and then the standard

display (see page 9). The status LED indicates the current status of the

receiver (see page 8). The radio link to the last paired transmitter is estab-

lished automatically as soon as the paired transmitter is switched on.

LONG = OFF Switching the receiver off 왘 Long-press the STANDBY button.

The display panel and the status LED go off.

Switching the bodypack transmitter on 왘 Short-press the ON/OFF button.

The standard display appears on the display panel (see page 13). The sta-

tus LED indicates the current status of the bodypack transmitter (see

page 12). The radio link to the last paired receiver is automatically estab-

lished as soon as the paired receiver is switched on.

Switching the bodypack transmitter off 왘 Long-press the ON/OFF button.

The display panel and the status LED go off.

Switching the handheld transmitter on 왘 Short-press the ON/OFF button in the direction of the transmitter body.

SHORT = ON

The standard display appears on the display panel (see page 13). The sta-

tus LED indicates the current status of the handheld transmitter (see

page 11). The radio link to the last paired receiver is automatically estab-

lished as soon as the paired receiver is switched on.

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Using the products Switching the handheld transmitter off 왘 Long-press the ON/OFF button in the direction of the transmitter body.

LONG = OFF The display panel and the status LED go off.

Battery status display

Checking the charge status of the batteries or accupacks

When the capacity of the batteries or the accupack is so low that the remain ing battery life is less than 30 minutes, the status LED on both the transmitter and the receiver flashes red.

In addition, the empty battery icon flashes on the display panel of both the receiver and the transmitter.

If you power the transmitter with batteries, a 6-segment battery icon is shown on the display panel of both the receiver and the transmitter: Accupack status display EQ DE-S AGC NAME NAME If you power the transmitter with the optional accupack, the expected battery life is shown on the display panel of both the transmitter and the receiver: EQ DE-S AGC 10 h NAME 10 h NAME

Checking the RF signal level

The field strength of the RF signal received by the receiver is shown on the dis play panel of both the receiver and the transmitter.

EQ DE-S AGC 8 h NAME NAME If no RF signal is being received, e.g. because the paired device is switched off or out of range, all segments of the RF signal level display are grayed out. In addition, the background of the display panel changes back and forth between light and dark and

No Link

appears on the display panel.

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Using the products

Muting the bodypack transmitter or the SKM-S D1 handheld transmitter

Both the bodypack transmitter and the SKM-S D1 handheld transmitter have a MUTE switch that mutes the audio signal without switching the transmitter off. In order that a transmitter can be muted, its MUTE switch must be acti-

vated (see page 35). If you try to mute a transmitter whose

MUTE switch is deactivated,

Mute disabled

appears on the display panel of both the transmitter and the receiver.

The SKM D1 handheld transmitter has no MUTE switch and can there fore not be muted.

왘 Slide the MUTE switch to the position MUTE.

Muted

appears on the display panel of both the transmitter and the paired receiver. The status LED on both the transmitter and the paired receiver lights up yellow.

왘 Slide the MUTE switch back to the initial position to unmute the audio sig nal.

Pairing a receiver with a transmitter

The receiver and the transmitter of a set are factory pre-paired and therefore ready for immediate use. The radio link is automatically established as soon as both devices are switched on. You can discon nect the existing radio link and establish new radio links to two other devices.

To establish a new radio link between a receiver and a transmitter, proceed as follows: 왘 Switch on the receiver and the transmitter that you want to pair (see

page 26).

The status LED on both the receiver and the transmitter indicates the cur-

rent device status (see page 8).

왘 Long-press the PAIR button of the receiver until its status LED flashes alter nately green and red.

Identify

appears on the display panel of the receiver, followed by the mes sage

Pairing

. An existing radio link is now disconnected. You now have 90 seconds to establish a radio link with a new transmitter.

왘 Long-press the PAIR button of the transmitter until its status LED flashes alternately green and red.

Press pair on receiver

appears on the transmitter display panel.

왘 Wait for approx. 10 seconds until the radio link is established.

- Once the radio link is successfully established,

Paired

appears on the display panel of both the receiver and the transmitter and the status LED on the transmitter and the receiver lights up green.

- If no radio link can be established,

Pairing failed

appears on the dis play panel of both the receiver and the transmitter and the status LED on the transmitter and/or the receiver lights up red.

- If you try to pair devices that are running incompatible firmware ver sions, a message appears on the display panel prompting you to update the firmware of the transmitter. If you update the firmware now, the transmitter and the receiver will be paired afterwards; if you do not update the firmware, the transmitter and the receiver will not be paired and

FW mismatch

appears on the display panel of the receiver.

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Using the products ATTENTION Breakdown of radio links during the firmware update All radio links are subject to interference during the firmware update pro cess and can therefore not be used for audio transmission.

왘 Never update the firmware during a performance.

Identifying paired devices

You can perform a pairing identification to see which transmitter is paired with which receiver.

Switch on all devices whose pairing you want to identify (see page 26).

왘 Short-press the PAIR button of the receiver or of the transmitter.

The status LEDs of the paired devices flash for 10 seconds.

Identify

appears on the receiver display panel.

This is

plus the name of the radio link appear on the transmitter display panel.

If the receiver or the transmitter is not paired or if the paired device is not switched on or out of range, the display panel changes back to the standard display after 10 seconds.

Using the devices in multi-channel operation

If you only want to use up to six radio links simultaneously, you do not have to follow a special switch-off/switch-on sequence. If you want to use more than six radio links simultaneously, you may have to follow a special switch off/switch-on sequence.

왘 Proceed as described in the enclosed “Multichannel Operation” leaflet.

EQ DE-S AGC NAME 10 h Audio out: 845 10 dB Low cut filter: Off

Switching between the standard display and the extended standard display

To switch from the standard display to the extended standard display: 왘 Turn the jog dial to the left.

After 10 seconds, the display panel automatically changes from the extended standard display back to the standard display.

To manually change from the extended standard display back to the standard display before 10 seconds have elapsed: 왘 Turn the jog dial to the right.

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Using the products

Using the operating menu of the receiver

Using the buttons for navigation Button Function • Short-press: Switches the receiver on • Long-press: Switches the receiver off Press the STANDBY button

esc SHORT

Short-press the ESC button

esc LONG

Long-press the ESC button • Navigates to the next higher level in the menu • Exits the menu item without storing changes to the settings • Returns to the standard display Press the jog dial Turn the jog dial • Changes from the current standard display to the operating menu • Calls up the selected menu item • Changes to the selected submenu • Switches between the standard display and the extended standard display • Changes to the previous or next menu item • Changes the settings of a menu item Overview of the operating menu of the receiver Home Standard display

(see page 9)

Extended standard display

(see page 10)

Level 1

Audio Settings

Level 2

Low Cut Equalizer De-Esser Auto Gain Control Effects Reset Audio Level Output Type System Settings Auto Lock Mute Switch Display Brightness Help System Info Factory Reset Network Settings Mode IP Subnet Gateway IPv6 MAC Name Walk Test 30

Using the products Level 1

Audio Settings System Settings Network Settings Name Walk Test Exit

Level 2

Low Cut Equalizer De-Esser Auto Gain Control Effects Reset Audio Level Output Type Exit Auto Lock Mute Switch Display Brightness Help System Info Factory Reset Exit Mode IP Subnet Gateway IPv6 MAC Exit – – –

To ...

filter out low-frequency noise select a sound profile or manually adjust the equalizer attenuate sibilants activate/deactivate the dynamic com pression reset all audio settings to the factory default settings fine-tune the receiver‘s output level adjust the receiver‘s output level to match the input (mic or line) of the connected device exit Level 2 and return to Level 1 See …

page 32 page 32

page 33 page 33 page 33

page 34 page 34

activate/deactivate the automatic lock mode

page 34

activates/deactivate the transmitter‘s MUTE switch change the brightness of the display panel

page 35 page 35

display the QR codes for the help functions

page 35

display the firmware version and serial number

page 36

reset the receiver to the factory default settings

page 36

exit Level 2 and return to Level 1 change the IP address assignment mode

page 36

change the IP address change the subnet mask change the gateway address display the IPv6 address

page 36 page 36

page 37 page 37 page 37

display the MAC address exit Level 2 and return to Level 1 change the name of the radio link check the reception quality within the operating environment exit the operating menu and return to the standard display

page 32

page 37

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Using the products Name I J F G H ANDHELD DEL SAVE Audio Output Type Exit Low Cut Equalizer De-Esser On Off Off Audio Exit Low Cut Equalizer De-Esser Auto Gain Control On Off Off Changing the name of the radio link You can change the name of the radio link. This name is displayed on the dis play panels of the paired devices.

왘 Select

Name

.

왘 Select and confirm the character that you want to change. Then select the new character.

You can enter up to 8 capital letters from

A

to

Z

and digits from

0

to

9

.

To delete the selected character: 왘 Select

DEL

and confirm by pressing the jog dial.

To store the entered name: 왘 Select

SAVE

and confirm by pressing the jog dial.

Activating/deactivating the low-cut filter You can filter out low-frequency noise caused, for example, by the proximity effect of the microphone or by wind.

왘 Select

Audio Settings

Low Cut

.

Setting

On Off

Meaning The low-cut filter is activated. Low-frequency noise is fil tered out.

This setting is recommended if you mainly want to transmit speech.

The low-cut filter is deactivated. Low-frequency noise is not filtered out.

This setting is recommended if you want to transmit music or sound effects with a dominant bass component.

Adjusting the equalizer You can adjust a sound profile to e.g. improve speech intelligibility or adjust the sound to the room acoustics.

왘 Select

Audio Settings

Equalizer

.

You can select an existing sound profile or manually adjust the equalizer.

To select an existing sound profile: 왘 Select the desired sound profile.

If one of the equalizer functions is activated,

EQ

appears in inverse on the standard display.

To manually adjust the equalizer: 왘 Select

Custom

.

The equalizer is displayed.

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Using the products EQUALIZER +12 0 -12 50 125 315 800 2k 5k 10k SAVE Audio Low Cut Equalizer De-Esser Auto Gain Control Effects Reset Off On Off Audio Equalizer De-Esser Auto Gain Control Effects Reset Audio Level Off Off On 10 dB Audio De-Esser On Auto Gain Control Effects Reset Audio Level On 10 dB Output Type Line 왘 Select one of the seven frequencies (

50

,

125

,

315

,

800

,

2k

,

5k

or

10k

) and press the jog dial.

dB +15 +10 +5 0 –5 –10 –15 20 50 Hz 50 100 125 Hz 200 315 Hz 500 800 Hz 1k 2k 2 kHz 5k 5 kHz 10k 10 kHz 20k Hz 왘 Turn the jog dial to increase or reduce the selected level.

Turning the jog dial by one notch increases or reduces the level by 1 dB. You can increase or reduce the level by a maximum of 12 dB. Your setting is rep resented by bars.

왘 Press the ESC button.

왘 Select the next frequency and repeat the steps.

왘 Once you have adjusted all frequency bands as desired, confirm with

SAVE

.

Adjusting the de-esser You can attenuate sibilance in vocals and speech.

왘 Select

Audio Settings

De-Esser

.

왘 Select the desired profile.

If one of the de-esser functions is activated,

DE-S

appears in inverse on the standard display.

Activating/deactivating the dynamic compression You can activate one of the dynamic compression profiles in order to boost very quiet passages and to attenuate particularly loud passages. You can choose from preset profiles for different situations.

왘 Select

Audio Settings

Auto Gain Control

.

왘 Select the desired profile.

If one of the dynamic compression profiles is activated,

AGC

appears in inverse on the standard display.

Resetting the audio settings The

Effects Reset

menu item allows you to reset the receiver‘s audio settings made in the

Audio Settings

menu to the factory default settings. All other receiver settings remain unchanged.

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Using the products Audio Effects Reset Audio Level Output Type Exit Low Cut 10 dB Line Off Audio Auto Gain Control Effects Reset Audio Level Off 10 dB Output Type Exit Line EQ DE-S AGC NAME 10 h System Debug Mode Auto Lock Exit Off Mute Switch Display Brightness Active 75 Coarsely adjusting the output level of the receiver (Mic/Line) You can coarsely adjust the output level of the receiver to match the input (mic or line) of the connected mixing console.

왘 Select

Audio Settings

Output Type

.

Setting

Line Mic

Meaning The output level is adjusted to match a line input.

The output level is adjusted to match a mic input.

Fine-tuning the output level of the receiver You can fine-tune the output level of the receiver to match the input (mic or line) of the connected mixing console.

왘 Select

Audio Settings

Audio Level

.

왘 Turn the jog dial to increase or reduce the audio level.

Turning the jog dial by one notch increases or reduces the audio level by 1 dB. You can adjust the audio level between 0 dB and 30 dB.

Activating/deactivating the lock mode The receiver is delivered with the lock mode deactivated. This is indicated by the open padlock icon on the standard display as shown on the left.

To activate the lock mode: 왘 Select

System Settings

Auto Lock

On

.

Stored

appears on the display panel. The open padlock icon appears on the standard display for 10 seconds. If, during these 10 seconds, no but ton is actuated on the receiver, the lock mode is activated and the locked padlock icon appears on the standard display.

The lock mode prevents that the receiver is accidentally switched off or that settings are inadvertently changed during operation. If one of the receiver buttons is actuated while the lock mode is activated,

Locked

and

To unlock press & hold SET

appears on the display panel of the receiver.

To temporarily deactivate the lock mode: 왘 Long-press the jog dial.

Unlocked

appears on the display panel.

The open padlock icon appears on the standard display and the lock mode is deactivated for 10 seconds. If, during these 10 seconds, no button is actuated on the receiver, the lock mode is automatically activated again.

To permanently deactivate the lock mode: 왘 If the lock mode is temporarily deactivated, select

System Settings

Auto Lock

Off

.

Stored

appears on the display panel. The lock mode icon no longer appears on the standard display.

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Using the products System Exit Auto Lock Mute Switch Display Brightness Off Active 75 Activating/deactivating the MUTE switch of the transmitter From the receiver, you can activate or deactivate the MUTE switch of the received transmitter. This setting determines whether or not the transmitter can be muted.

왘 Select

System Settings

Mute Switch

.

Setting

Active

Meaning The MUTE switch of the transmitter is activated.

Depending on the position of the MUTE switch of the received transmitter, either the icon for a muted transmitter ( ) or the icon for an unmuted transmitter ( ) appears on the standard display.

Deactivated

The MUTE switch of the transmitter is deactivated. The follow ing icon appears on the standard display: If the MUTE switch of the transmitter is actuated,

Mute disabled

appears on the display panel of the receiver.

System Auto Lock Off Mute Switch Active Display Brightness Help 75 System Info System Mute Switch Active Display Brightness Help 75 System Info Factory Reset Adjusting the display brightness The brightness of the receiver display panel can be adjusted in 16 steps.

왘 Select

System Settings

Display Brightness

.

Turning the jog dial by one notch increases or reduces the brightness by 5%. The brightness can be reduced to a minimum of 25%.

The brightness automatically dims after a few minutes.

Calling up help functions For more information and help on the use and operation of your receiver or your system, you can call up different help functions by scanning the QR codes displayed on the receiver display panel or by following the links given below.

왘 Select

System Settings

Help

.

왘 Select the desired help function.

Selection

Setup Guide

Help function You are redirected to the page for downloading the setup guide.

QR code Link sennheiser.com/D1-setup

Operation Manual

You are redirected to the page for downloading this system manual.

sennheiser.com/D1-manual

FAQ & Support

You are redirected to the FAQ/sup port page.

sennheiser.com/D1-support

Mobile App

You are redirected to the page for downloading the app for your mobile device.

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Using the products System Display Brightness Help System Info Factory Reset Exit 75 왘 Use a QR scanner (e.g. your smartphone or a reading device for QR codes) to scan the QR code that appears on the receiver display panel or follow the given link in your browser.

Alternatively, you can click on the desired link in the above table.

Retrieving system information You can display the serial number and the current firmware version of the receiver.

왘 Select

System Settings

System Info

.

The serial number as well as the version number and the date of the current firmware are displayed.

왘 Press the ESC button to return to the operating menu.

System Help System Info Factory Reset Exit Resetting the receiver to the factory default settings The

System Settings

Factory Reset

menu item allows you to reset the receiver to its factory default settings.

After the reset, the receiver is restarted and the standard display is shown on the display panel.

Changing the network configuration If you change a setting in the

Mode

,

IP

,

Subnet

and

Gateway

sub menus of the

Network Settings

menu, you will be prompted to restart the receiver. 왘 Switch the receiver off and on again so that changes to the network configuration take effect.

You can choose between static and dynamic IP address assignment.

Changing the IP address assignment mode Network MAC 00:1B:66:7D:56:D3 Exit Mode IP Subnet Fixed IP 0.0.0.0.

0 0 0 0 왘 Select

Network Settings

Mode

.

Setting

Fixed IP Automatic

Meaning The receiver is assigned a static IP address. You can enter the static IP address via the

IP

menu item.

When switched on, the receiver is automatically assigned a dynamic IP address.

Changing the IP address Network Mode IP Subnet Gateway Exit Fixed IP 0.0.0.0.

0.0.0.0.

0 0 0 0 Changing the subnet mask Network Mode IP Subnet Gateway Fixed IP 0.0.0.0.

0.0.0.0.

0.0.0.0.

IPv6 1188:80F3:1388: You can change the IP address of the receiver. The new IP address becomes effective only if

Fixed IP

has been selected in the

Mode

menu item.

왘 Select

Network Settings

IP

.

왘 Enter the IP address.

왘 Select

Save

and confirm by pressing the jog dial.

You can change the subnet mask of the receiver.

왘 Select

Network Settings

Subnet

.

왘 Enter the subnet mask.

왘 Select

Save

and confirm by pressing the jog dial.

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Using the products Changing the gateway address Network IP 0.0.0.0.

Subnet Gateway 0.0.0.0.

0.0.0.0.

IPv6 1188:80F3:1388:...

MAC 00:1B:66:7D:56:D3 You can change the gateway of the receiver.

왘 Select

Network Settings

Gateway

.

왘 Enter the gateway address.

왘 Select

Save

and confirm by pressing the jog dial.

Network Subnet Gateway 0.0.0.0

0.0.0.0

IPv6 1188:80F3:1388:...

MAC 00:1B:66:7D:56:D3 Exit Displaying the IPv6 address 왘 Select

Network Settings

IPv6

.

The IPv6 address is displayed, but it cannot be changed.

왘 Press the ESC button to return to the operating menu.

Network Gateway 0.0.0.0

IPv6 1188:80F3:1388:...

MAC 00:1B:66:7D:56:D3 Exit Mode Fixed IP Displaying the MAC address 왘 Select

Network Settings

MAC

.

The MAC address is displayed, but it cannot be changed.

왘 Press the ESC button to return to the operating menu.

WALKTEST Performing a walk test (checking the reception quality) The

Walk Test

menu item allows you to check the reception quality of your radio links within the operating environment. By performing a walk test, you can verify the range and coverage of the radio links.

왘 Switch on the transmitters and receivers of all radio links that you want to use. In addition, switch on all other devices that you want to use in the operating environment.

왘 Select

Walk Test

on all receivers that you want to use for the walk test.

The RF signal level display appears on the display panel of both the receiver and the transmitter.

왘 Walk the operating environment with one or several paired transmitters.

The RF signal level display on the display panel of both the receiver and the transmitter is continuously updated.

왘 Check the RF signal level display for more detailed information on the reception quality: - Good reception quality is indicated by a tick ( ).

- If the tick is missing, reception quality is sufficient.

- If reception quality is or was compromised at any position, this is indi cated by a warning triangle ( ). The warning triangle remains displayed on the display panel even if reception quality improves afterwards.

- If reception fails completely, the background of the display panel changes back and forth between light and dark and

No Link

appears on the dis play panel.

왘 Press the ESC button on the receiver to end the walk test.

If the result of the walk test is not satisfying, you can take the following remedial measures: • If possible, reposition the receivers so that there is always a direct line of sight between the receiving antennas and the paired trans mitter.

• If possible, remove obstacles between the transmitter and the receiving antennas.

• When rack-mounting receivers, you should mount their SG4 rod antennas to the front of the rack using the GA 4 rack-mount kit.

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Using the products

Controlling, monitoring or updating devices via the network

You can control, monitor and update multiple receivers and their paired trans mitters via the network.

Wireless System Remote (WSR) Sennheiser D1 SL Updater 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz (recommended) Network connection via a router or switch . . . “WSR” app “Sennheiser D1 SL Updater” software Together with the “Wireless System Remote” (WSR) app, you can use one or several mobile devices to remotely configure all receivers and transmitters of a multi-channel system, to monitor their operation, or to update the firmware of the devices.

You can use the “Sennheiser D1 SL Updater” software to update the firmware.

Monitoring devices using the “WSR” app The free “Wireless System Remote” (WSR) app is available in the Apple App Store . Compatible mobile devices and operating systems: • Apple iPad 2, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad mini, iPad mini 2 or iPad mini 3 Apple iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5S, 5C, 6, 6 Plus with iOS 6 or higher Devices with old hardware may not offer a smooth and fast user experience due to their limited processing power.

To control, monitor and update your receivers and transmitters using mobile devices: 왘

Connect all receivers to a WiFi router as described on page 20.

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Using the products 왘 Use a dual-band WiFi router and deactivate its 2.4 GHz frequency band in order to minimize interference to the radio links.

왘 Connect your mobile devices to the WiFi network and install the “Wireless System Remote” (WSR) app.

All functions that can be performed directly from the receiver can also be controlled via the app.

When started, the “WSR” app automatically checks for newer firm ware. You can update both the receiver firmware and the transmitter firmware (see next chapter).

Performing firmware updates ATTENTION Breakdown of radio links during the firmware update All radio links are subject to interference during the firmware update process and can therefore not be used for audio transmission.

왘 Never update the firmware during a performance.

왘 Never update the firmware of several transmitters simultaneously.

Breakdown of multi-channel systems due to different firmware versions All transmitters and receivers of a multi-channel system must run the same firmware version.

왘 Always update all your transmitters and receivers to the latest firmware version available.

Preparing the firmware update Updating the receiver firmware using the “WSR” app You can either use the “Wireless System Remote” (WSR) app or the “Sennheiser D1 SL Updater” software to update the firmware. Both the app and the software can be downloaded free of charge.

The app and the software automatically detect all receivers in the network, read their firmware version and offer to update the firmware if a newer ver sion is available.

You can also display the current firmware version of a receiver via the

System Info

menu item – without the need for the “WSR” app or the “Sennheiser D1 SL Updater” software.

왘 Make sure that all receivers are connected in a network as described on

page 20 and that all receivers are switched on.

왘 Switch off all transmitters.

You first update the firmware of the receivers via the network. Then you update the firmware of the transmitters via the radio links.

To update the firmware using the “WSR” app: 왘 Make sure that your mobile device has Internet access so that you can download the firmware file.

왘 Start the app.

When started, the app automatically checks for newer firmware.

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Using the products 왘 Open the

Device

tab.

The app automatically detects all receivers in the network and reads their settings and firmware version.

Updating the receiver firmware using the “Sennheiser D1 SL Updater” software If a newer firmware is available,

Update Available

appears on the screen and the

Update

button becomes active. If the firmware is up-to-date,

Current

is shown instead.

왘 Tap on the

Update

button.

A progress bar appears on the receiver display panel while the new firm ware is being downloaded and transferred to the receiver via the network.

Then

Finalising

and a new progress bar appear on the receiver display panel while the firmware is being installed. Finally, the receiver restarts.

The app displays the new firmware version.

Update Available

and the

Update

button disappear from the screen.

You can update the firmware of several receivers simultaneously by simply going to the next receiver in the app and then tapping the

Update

button on the

Device

tab.

To update the firmware using the “Sennheiser D1 SL Updater” software: 왘

Connect all receivers to a router or switch as described on page 20.

왘 Use an Ethernet cable to connect a computer to this router or switch. The connected computer requires Windows 7 or higher (32 or 64 bit) and Inter net access.

If Internet access cannot be guaranteed at all times and in all loca tions: 왘 Download the firmware file in advance via the Sennheiser Downloadarea and save it, for example, on a USB flash drive. 왘 Install the “Sennheiser D1 SL Updater” software on the computer. The soft ware can be downloaded from the following URL: www.sennheiser.com/ D1-app .

왘 Start the software.

The software automatically detects all receivers in the network and reads their firmware version.

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Using the products If you cannot access the Internet: 왘 Click

Browse

and navigate to the firmware file you saved.

The software displays the receiver information in list form.

Updating the transmitter firmware If a newer firmware is available, its version number appears in the

Latest Release

drop-down list. In addition, the buttons

Update All

and

Update

become active (see the second table row in the above screen shot). If the firmware is up-to-date, the text

Current

is shown instead (see the first table row in the above screen shot).

To update the firmware of all receivers: 왘 Click the

Update All

button located above the table.

To update the firmware of individual receivers: 왘 Click

Update

in the corresponding table row.

A progress bar appears on the receiver display panels while the new firm ware is being downloaded and transferred to the receivers via the network.

Then

Finalising

and a new progress bar appear on the receiver display pan els while the firmware is being installed. Finally, the receivers restart. The table displays the new firmware version and the text

Current

.

Once you have updated the firmware of all receivers: 왘 Switch on a transmitter. All other transmitters must be switched off during the firmware update!

The paired receiver automatically detects the differing firmware version of the transmitter. A message appears on the receiver display panel prompt ing you to update the firmware of the transmitter.

왘 Update the transmitter firmware by selecting

OK

and then confirming by pressing the jog dial.

The status LED on both the transmitter and the receiver lights up yellow and

Remote Update

appears on the transmitter display panel while the firmware is being wirelessly transmitted from the receiver to the transmit ter and automatically installed.

왘 Wait until the transmitter has restarted and the status LED on both the transmitter and the receiver lights up green.

The firmware update was successful.

왘 Switch off the transmitter with the updated firmware and repeat the update procedure with the next transmitter.

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Cleaning and maintaining the products

Cleaning and maintaining the products

Important safety instructions ATTENTION Liquids can damage the electronics of the devices Liquids entering the housing of the devices can cause a short-circuit and dam age the electronics.

왘 Only clean the devices with a soft, dry cloth.

ATTENTION Damage to the surfaces of the devices Solvents or cleansing agents can damage the surfaces of the devices.

왘 Do not use any solvents or cleansing agents.

왘 Use devices that are frequently worn on the body so that direct skin contact and contact with sweat is avoided.

왘 Use a dry cloth to clean all devices that are frequently worn on the body from time to time.

Cleaning and maintaining the receiver If a display is left uninterrupted on the receiver‘s display panel for extended periods of time, this “static” display will wear itself into the display panel (a phenomenon known as image persistence or burn in). To prevent image per sistence, the display panel dims automatically a few minutes after the last button press.

왘 When not using the receiver for extended periods of time, switch it off in order to further reduce the risk of image persistence and to keep current consumption low.

왘 Disconnect the device from the power supply system before cleaning.

Cleaning the sound inlet basket of the handheld transmitter 왘 Unscrew the sound inlet basket from the handheld transmitter.

왘 Unscrew the upper part of the sound inlet basket from the lower part.

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Cleaning and maintaining the products 왘 Remove the foam insert from the upper part of the sound inlet basket.

왘 Use a dry cloth to clean the upper part of the sound inlet basket from the inside and outside.

왘 Reinsert the foam insert into the upper part of the sound inlet basket.

왘 Screw the upper part of the sound inlet basket back to the lower part.

왘 Replace the sound inlet basket on the handheld transmitter and screw it tight.

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If a problem occurs ...

If a problem occurs ...

Troubleshooting

Problem No sound Possible cause The receiver is not connected properly.

Possible solution Connect the receiver properly.

The amplifier or mixing console is not connected, not switched on or adjusted to a too low volume.

Refer to the instruction manual of the amplifier or mixing console.

Page

16

Sound too low Bad reception Receiver does not react to any button press The devices take a very long time to establish a radio link The transmitter is muted.

Muted

appears on the display panel and the status LED lights up yellow.

The transmitter and the receiver are not paired. Perform device identification.

Pair the devices properly.

The transmitter‘s batteries are flat or the accupack is flat.

Set the MUTE switch to the position MIC.

Insert new batteries.

Recharge the accupack.

The volume of the amplifier or mixing console is adjusted to low.

Refer to the instruction manual of the amplifier or mixing console.

The receiver's output level is adjusted too low.

The receiver's output level is set to

Mic

receiver is connected to a wrong input.

but the Increase the receiver's audio level via the

Audio Level

menu item.

Connect the receiver to the mic input of the mixing console or set the receiver‘s output level to

Line

.

The distance between the transmitter and the receiving antennas is too high.

The antennas are not properly connected or optimally positioned.

The lock mode is activated.

Locked

on the display panel.

appears The devices need more time to establish the radio links because a multi-channel system is being put into operation for the first time.

The devices need more time to establish the radio links because there are active interfering sources in the vicinity of the devices.

Reduce the distance between the trans mitter and the receiving antennas and make sure that there is a direct line of sight between the transmitter and the receiving antennas.

Check the antenna cables or the antennas and reposition the antennas.

15, 16

Deactivate the lock mode.

Refer to the enclosed “Multichannel Operation” leaflet.

Move paired transmitters closer to the receiving antennas and deactivate sources of interference such as WiFi and Bluetooth.

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29

28

22, 24

25

34 34

15

34

29

15

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If a problem occurs ...

Reacting to messages displayed on the display panel

Message

No link Bad link Muted

1

Low battery Mute disabled

Possible cause No radio link can be established. The transmitter is switched off or out of range.

Possible solution • Switch the transmitter on.

• Keep a free line of sight between the transmitter and the receiver and reduce the distance between the devices.

• Hold the handheld transmitter correctly.

• Use the

Walk Test

menu item to check the reception quality and avoid areas without reception.

Page

26

15

24

37

The received radio signal is very weak or of bad quality.

• Keep a free line of sight between the transmitter and the receiver and reduce the distance between the devices.

• Hold the handheld transmitter correctly.

• Use the

Walk Test

menu item to check the reception quality and avoid areas with bad reception.

The batteries or the accupack of the received transmitter are/is flat.

• Insert new batteries.

• Recharge the accupack.

Activate the MUTE switch.

The transmitter cannot be muted because the MUTE switch is deactivated.

The transmitter is muted.

Set the MUTE switch to the position 1 In addition, the background of the display panel changes back and forth between light and dark.

MIC .

15

24

37

22

25

35

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If a problem occurs that is not listed in the tables 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

System AF frequency response Dynamic range THD (1 kHz) Audio sampling Signal-to-noise ratio RF frequency ranges Modulation Transmission method Latency Audio codec Relative air humidity Temperature range* Operation: Storage: 20 to 20,000 Hz > 128 dB (A) typ. < 0.1 % 24 bit/48 kHz typ. 109 dB (A) 2,400 to 2,483.5 MHz GFSK with back channel TDMA, time diversity, frequency diversity, fast switching antenna diversity 3.9 ms aptX® Live max. 95 % –10 °C to +55 °C –20 °C to +70 °C * The temperature range is influenced by the battery characteristics EM D1 RF sensitivity RF output power back channel Audio output level gain Mic/line level switch: XLR, balanced: Jack, unbalanced/bal anced: Audio effects Low cut: Equalizer: De-esser: Automatic Gain Control (AGC): Display AF connection sockets Antenna sockets Network socket Network protocol Power supply Current consumption Weight < –90 dBm 10 mW/100 mW (country-specific) –12 dB/0 dB max +18 dBu max. +12 dBu/max. +18 dBu at 120 Hz 7-band graphic equalizer multi-frequency targets compression/expansion with automatic make up gain function OLED XLR/¼" (6.3 mm) jack 2 x R-SMA RJ45 Media Control Protocol, UDP IPv4 (DHCP, Manual)/IPv6 12 V DC hollow jack 350 mA approx. 824 g 46

Specifications SKM D1 and SKM-S D1 RF output power AF frequency response Input sensitivity Power supply Batteries: Accupack*: Operating time Batteries: Accupack*: Display Weight (w/o batteries) * optional accessory SK D1 RF output power AF frequency response Mic: Line: Max. input level Mic: Line: Line input impedance Input sensitivity Power supply Batteries: Accupack*: Operating time Batteries: Accupack*: AF connection socket adaptive, up to 100 mW or 10 mW (country-specific) 50 to 20,000 Hz automatic sensitivity adjustment 2 x AA size battery (1.5 V) BA 10 (Li-Ion, 3.6 V) typ. 6 h typ. 11 h LCD approx. 280 g incl. microphone head adaptive, up to 100 mW or 10 mW (country-specific) 50 to 20,000 Hz 20 to 20,000 Hz 2.2 V RMS 3.3 V RMS 1 M Ω automatic sensitivity adjustment 2 x AA size battery (1.5 V) BA 30 (Li-Ion, 3.7 V) typ. 6 h typ. 11 h 3.5 mm jack socket, lockable Connector assignment:

Mic + Line +

Weight (w/o batteries) * optional accessory approx. 85 g 47

Specifications MMD 835-1 Microphones Microphone type Sensitivity Pick-up pattern Max. SPL MMD 845-1 Microphone type Sensitivity Pick-up pattern Max. SPL MMD 935-1 MMD 945-1 ME 3-II Microphone type Sensitivity Pick-up pattern Max. SPL ME 2-2 Microphone type Sensitivity Pick-up pattern Max. SPL Microphone type Sensitivity Pick-up pattern Max. SPL In compliance with: Microphone type Sensitivity Pick-up pattern Max. SPL Europe dynamic 2.1 mV/Pa cardioid 154 dB SPL dynamic 1.6 mV/Pa super-cardioid 154 dB SPL dynamic 2.5 mV/Pa cardioid 130 dB SPL dynamic 1.8 mV/Pa super-cardioid 150 dB SPL pre-polarized condenser microphone 20 mV/Pa omni-directional 130 dB SPL pre-polarized condenser microphone 1.6 mV/Pa cardioid 150 dB SPL USA Canada EMC Safety EN 301489-1/-17 EN 60950-1 RoHS EN 62311 (SAR) EN 50581 FCC 47 CFR 15 Industry Canada RSS 210 CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB-3(B) Approved by: USA EM SKM SK Canada EM SKM SK Australia/New Zealand Japan FCC ID: DMOEM2G4WE FCC ID: DMOSKM2G4WE FCC ID: DMOSK2G4WE IC: 2099A-EM2G4WE IC: 2099A-SKM2G4WE IC: 2099A-SK2G4WE

EM SKM SK R 202-SMC04 5 R 202-SMC04 6 R 202-SMC0 47

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Specifications NT 12-4C NT 2-3 Nominal input voltage Power frequency Input current Nominal output voltage Standby power consumption Energy efficiency level Operating temperature Storage temperature Relative air humidity Weight 100 to 240 V~ 50 or 60 Hz max. 120 mA 12 V ≤ 0.3 W IV –10 °C to +55 °C –20 °C to +70 °C max. 95 % approx. 105 g In compliance with: Power supply units Nominal input voltage Power frequency Input current Nominal output voltage Standby power consumption Energy efficiency level Operating temperature Storage temperature Relative air humidity Weight 100 to 240 V~ 50 or 60 Hz max. 120 mA 12 V ≤ 0.3 W V –10 °C to +55 °C –20 °C to +70 °C max. 95 % approx. 100 g Europe USA/Canada China Australia/New Zealand EMC EN 55022 Safety RoHs EN 55024 EN 60065 EN 50581 Commission Regulation (EC) No. 1275/2008 EMC FCC 47 CFR 15 B ICES 003 Safety EMC Safety RoHs CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB-3(B) UL 60065 CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60065 GB13837 GB17625 GB8898 EMC Safety AS/NZS CISPR 22 AS/NZS 60065 Certified by: Europe VDF_GS (T2-3) ENEC 22 SIQ (NZ12-4) USA/Canada Australia/New Zealand Japan China (NT 2-3 only) 49

Specifications Korea Russia KTL SU 10524-13002 (NT 2-3 only) ME95 BA 10 Optional accupacks Charging capacity Output voltage BA 30 Charging capacity Output voltage In compliance with: Europe USA/Canada Japan Korea UN transportation test Certified by: USA/Canada Japan Korea Receiver Dimensions 212 mm 2,200 mAh 3.6 V 2,030 mAh 3.7 V EMC Safety EN 301489-1/-6/-17 IEC/EN 62133 Rechargeable battery cells UL 1642 Accupack UL 2054 DENAN Ordinance Article 1; Appendix 9 Lithium Ion Safety K 62133 according to UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part III, section 38.3 Lithium-Ion batteries 168 mm 43 mm Handheld transmitter 215 mm

40 mm

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Specifications Bodypack transmitter 24 mm 65 mm

Licenses

CSR - aptX® Live Codec aptX® Live, which is used in this microphone, is provided by CSR.

Designed specifically for digital wireless microphones, aptX® Live delivers exceptional acoustic quality with a dynamic range in excess of 120 dB and a coding delay of under 2 ms. This unparalleled delay enables the wireless streaming of digital audio in real time and removes any lip synchronization issues. The aptX® Live audio codec also employs connection, synchronization, and error reduction techniques to ensure a solid and professional wireless link.

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Accessories

Accessories

Receiver • EM D1 rack receiver incl. NT 2-3 or NT 12-4C power supply unit incl. GA 4 rack-mount kit Mounting accessories for the receiver • GA 4 rack-mount kit Connection cable • CI 1 guitar cable Transmitters • SK D1 bodypack transmitter incl. 2 AA size batteries (1.5 V) and B 30 battery box • SKM D1 handheld transmitter without mute switch without microphone head incl. 2 AA size batteries (1.5 V) and B 10 battery box • SKM-S D1 handheld transmitter with mute switch without microphone head incl. 2 AA size batteries (1.5 V) and B 10 battery box Microphones for the bodypack transmitter • ME 2-2 clip-on microphone • ME 3-II headset microphone Microphone heads for the handheld transmitter • MMD 835, dynamic, cardioid • MMD 845, dynamic, super-cardioid • MMD 935, dynamic, cardioid • MMD 945, dynamic, super-cardioid • MMK 965, pre-polarized condenser, super-cardioid • MMK 965, large diaphragm true condenser microphone with switchable pick-up pattern (super-cardioid/cardioid) Windshields • MZW 1 windshield for the handheld transmitter Power supply units • NT 2-3 power supply unit for the receiver • Interchangeable country adapters for the NT 2-3 power supply unit • NT 12-4C power supply unit for the receiver • NT 5-10-U USB power supply/charger for the accupack 54

Accessories Battery boxes and optional accupacks • B 10 battery box for the handheld transmitter • B 30 battery box for the bodypack transmitter • BA 10 accupack for the handheld transmitter • BA 30 accupack for the bodypack transmitter Protective case • Transport case for the systems 55

Manufacturer Declarations

Manufacturer Declarations

Warranty • Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG gives a warranty of 24 months on the products of the Sennheiser system.

• For the current warranty conditions, please visit our website at www.sennheiser.com or contact your Sennheiser partner.

FOR AUSTRALIA ONLY Sennheiser goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.

This warranty is in addition to other rights or remedies under law. Nothing in this warranty excludes, limits or modifies any liability of Sennheiser which is imposed by law, or limits or modifies any remedy available to the consumer which is granted by law.

To make a claim under this warranty, contact Sennheiser Australia Pty Ltd, Unit 3, 31 Gibbes Street Chatswood NSW 2067, Australia; Phone: (02) 9910 6700, email: [email protected]

All expenses of claiming the warranty will be borne by the person making the claim.

The Sennheiser International Warranty is provided by Sennheiser Australia Pty Ltd (ABN 68 165 388 312), Unit 3, 31 Gibbes Street Chatswood NSW 2067, Australia.

In compliance with the following requirements • WEEE Directive (2012/19/EC) Please dispose of the products at the end of their operational lifetime by taking them to your local collection point or recycling center for such equip ment.

• Battery Directive (2006/66/EC) The supplied rechargeable batteries or batteries must be recycled. Please dispose of them as special waste or return them to your specialist dealer. In order to protect the environment, only dispose of exhausted batteries or rechargeable batteries.

CE Conformity •

0682

• R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC) • RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU) • EMC Directive (2004/108/EC) • Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EU) The declarations are available at www.sennheiser.com. Before putting the products into operation, please observe the respective country-specific regu lations.

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Manufacturer Declarations FCC Radiofrequency radiation exposure information: This equipment complies with FCC and IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. The EM D1 should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20 cm between the radiator and your body.

These devices must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. These devices comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

NOTICE: Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly approved by Sennheiser Electronic Corporation may void the FCC authorization to operate this equipment.

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruc tions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installa tion. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the fol lowing measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

These class B digital devices comply with the Canadian ICES-003.

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