EM 2050 Instruction Manual

Instruction manual

Instruction manual

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Contents

Contents

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

The EM 2000 and EM 2050 rack-mount receivers ........................................................................................................................... 4

Areas of application ............................................................................................................................................................................ 4

The frequency bank system .............................................................................................................................................................. 4

Delivery includes ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

Product overview .................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

Overview of the EM 2000/EM 2050 receiver ................................................................................................................................ 6

Overview of the displays ................................................................................................................................................................... 7

Putting the receiver into operation .................................................................................................................................................... 9

Setting up the receiver on a flat surface ........................................................................................................................................ 9

Mounting the receiver into a 19” rack ............................................................................................................................................ 9

Connecting the antennas .................................................................................................................................................................. 9

Daisy-chaining receivers .................................................................................................................................................................. 12

Connecting an amplifier/mixing console ...................................................................................................................................... 12

Connecting receivers in a network ................................................................................................................................................ 12

Connecting the mains cable ............................................................................................................................................................ 13

Using the receiver ................................................................................................................................................................................. 14

Switching the receiver on/off ......................................................................................................................................................... 14

Monitoring the audio signal via headphones .............................................................................................................................. 14

Synchronizing a transmitter with the receiver ........................................................................................................................... 15

Deactivating the lock mode temporarily ...................................................................................................................................... 15

Muting the audio signal ................................................................................................................................................................... 16

Selecting a standard display ........................................................................................................................................................... 16

Using the operating menu .................................................................................................................................................................. 17

The buttons ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 17

Overview of the operating menu ................................................................................................................................................... 17

Working with the operating menu ................................................................................................................................................ 19

Adjustment tips and functions .......................................................................................................................................................... 21

Standard displays with additional functions .............................................................................................................................. 21

The main menu “Menu” ................................................................................................................................................................... 22

The extended menu “Advanced Menu“ ....................................................................................................................................... 26

The “Sync Settings” submenu ........................................................................................................................................................ 29

Activating/deactivating warning messages – “Warnings” ..................................................................................................... 30

Synchronizing transmitters with receivers .................................................................................................................................... 31

Synchronizing a transmitter with the receiver – individual operation .................................................................................. 31

Synchronizing transmitters with receivers – multi-channel operation ................................................................................. 31

Cleaning the receiver ............................................................................................................................................................................ 33

Recommendations and tips ................................................................................................................................................................ 34

If a problem occurs ... ........................................................................................................................................................................... 35

Accessories ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 37

Specifications ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 38

Manufacturer Declarations ................................................................................................................................................................. 40

Index ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 41

For further information, visit the EM 2000 product page on our website at www.sennheiser.com.

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Important safety instructions

Important safety instructions

1.

Read these instructions.

2.

Keep these instructions. Always include these instructions when passing the receiver on to third parties.

3.

Heed all warnings.

4.

Follow all instructions.

5.

Do not use this apparatus near water.

6.

Clean only with a dry cloth.

7.

Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

8.

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

9.

Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.

10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.

11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.

13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.

14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, when the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

15. To completely disconnect this apparatus from the AC mains, disconnect the power supply cord plug from the AC receptacle.

16. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.

17. Do not expose this equipment to dripping or splashing and ensure that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, are placed on the equipment.

18. The mains plug of the power supply cord shall remain readily accessible.

Hazard warnings on the rear of the receiver

The label shown on the left is attached to the rear of the receiver. The symbols on this label have the following meaning:

This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the receiver’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute risk of fire or electric shock.

Important safety instructions

This symbol is intended to alert the user to the risk of electric shock if the receiver is opened.

There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.

This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying this receiver.

Overloading

Do not overload wall outlets and extension cables as this may result in fire and electric shock.

Replacement parts

When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician uses replacement parts specified by Sennheiser or those having the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.

Safety check

Upon completion of any service or repairs to this device, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the device is in safe operating order.

Danger of hearing damage due to high volumes

This is a professional receiver. Commercial use is subject to the rules and regulations of the trade association responsible. Sennheiser, as the manufacturer, is therefore obliged to expressly point out possible health risks arising from use.

This receiver is capable of producing sound pressure exceeding 85 dB(A). 85 dB(A) is the sound pressure corresponding to the maximum permissible volume which is by law (in some countries) allowed to affect your hearing for the duration of a working day. It is used as a basis according to the specifications of industrial medicine. Higher volumes or longer durations can damage your hearing. At higher volumes, the duration must be shortened in order to prevent hearing damage. The following are sure signs that you have been subjected to excessive noise for too long a time:

• You can hear ringing or whistling sounds in your ears.

• You have the impression (even for a short time only) that you can no longer hear high notes.

Intended use

Intended use of the EM 2000 receiver includes:

• having read these instructions, especially the chapter “Important safety instructions”,

• using the device within the operating conditions and limitations described in this instruction manual.

“Improper use” means using the device other than as described in these instructions, or under operating conditions which differ from those described herein.

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The EM 2000 and EM 2050 rack-mount receivers

The EM 2000 and EM 2050 rack-mount receivers

This receiver is part of the 2000 series. With this series, Sennheiser offers high-quality stateof-the-art RF transmission systems with a high level of operational reliability and ease of use.

Transmitters and receivers permit wireless transmission with studio-quality sound.

Features of the 2000 series:

• Optimized PLL synthesizer and microprocessor technology

• HDX noise reduction system

• Pilot tone squelch control

• True diversity technology

• Switching bandwidth of up to 75 MHz

• Safe configuration of a multi-channel system via a network

• Scan function (Easy Setup) for scanning the frequency banks for unused channels

Areas of application

The receiver can be combined with the following transmitters of the 2000 series:

Transmitter

SK 2000

SKM 2000

SKP 2000

Type

Bodypack transmitter

Radio microphone

Plug-on transmitter

The transmitters are available in the same UHF frequency ranges and are equipped with the same frequency bank system with factory-preset frequencies. An advantage of the factorypreset frequencies is that

• a transmission system is ready for immediate use after switch-on,

• several transmission systems can be operated simultaneously on the preset frequencies without causing intermodulation interference.

The frequency bank system

The receivers are available in 5 UHF frequency ranges with up to 3,000 receiving frequencies per frequency range:

500

Range Aw:

516 – 558

Range Gw:

558 – 626

600

Range Bw:

626 – 698

700

Range Cw:

718 – 790

Range Dw:

790 – 865

800

Delivery includes

Each frequency range (Aw–Dw, Gw) offers 26 frequency banks with up to 64 channels each:

Channel

1 – frequency preset

Channel

2 – frequency preset

Frequency bank

1 ... 20

Channel

64 – frequency preset

Channel

1 – freely selectable frequency

Channel

2 – freely selectable frequency

Frequency bank

U1 ... U6

Channel

64 – freely selectable frequency

Each of the channels in the frequency banks “ 1 ” to “ 20 ” has been factory-preset to a fixed frequency (frequency preset). The factory-preset frequencies within one frequency bank are intermodulation-free. These frequencies cannot be changed.

For an overview of the frequency presets, please refer to the supplied frequency information sheet. Updated versions of the frequency information sheet can be downloaded from the

EM 2000 product page on our website at www.sennheiser.com.

The frequency banks “ U1 ” to “ U6 ” allow you to freely select and store frequencies. It might be that these frequencies are not

intermodulation-free (see page 32).

Delivery includes

The packaging contains the following items:

1 EM 2000 rack-mount receiver or

1 EM 2050 rack-mount twin receiver

3 mains cables (with EU, UK and US plug)

2 rod antennas

4 self-adhesive device feet

1 instruction manual

1 frequency information sheet

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Product overview

Product overview

Overview of the EM 2000/EM 2050 receiver

The EM 2050 twin receiver has the same operating elements as the EM 2000 receiver. All information contained in this instruction manual refers to both receivers.

EM 2050

EM 2000

A

B

A

쐇 쐋 쐏 쐄 쐂

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

B.Ch: 20.64

-10

**2000**

543.200

MHz

-20

-30

-40

AF

EQ:

P + 12dB

SKM2000

MUTE

쐆 쐊 쐇 쐋 쐏 쐄

True Diversity Receiver EM 2050

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

B.Ch: 20.64

-10

**2000**

543.200

MHz

-20

-30

-40

AF

EQ:

P + 12dB

SKM2000

MUTE

쐆 쐊

100 - 240V

50/60Hz 0.25A

쐎 쐅

TRANS-BAL

AF OUT B

B

ETHERNET RJ-45 +18dBu MAX

쐈 쐉 씈 씉

FREQ. RANGE- Xw:

X/X XXX-XXX MHz

ART. NO.: XXXXXX

SER. NO.: XXXXXXXXXX

TRUE DIVERSITY RECEIVER

FMO

IC: 2099A- XXXXXXX

EM 2000

0682

DESIGNED IN AND MADE IN GERMANY

RF IN RF OUT

ANT II

GOST

C US

ANT I

RF IN

TRANS-BAL

AF OUT A

DC OUT 11V/250mA DC OUT 11V/250mA +18dBu MAX

씊 씋 씌 씍 씎 쐈

A

ETHERNET RJ-45

쐉 씈 씉

쐇 쐋 쐏 쐄

True Diversity Receiver EM 2000

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

B.Ch: 20.64

-10

**2000**

543.200

MHz

-20

-30

-40

AF

EQ:

P + 12dB

SKM2000

MUTE

쐆 쐊

B

TRANS-BAL

AF OUT B

+18dBu MAX

B

ETHERNET RJ-45

FREQ. RANGE- Xw:

X/X XXX-XXX MHz

ART. NO.: XXXXXX

SER. NO.: XXXXXXXXXX

TRUE DIVERSITY RECEIVER

FMO

IC: 2099A- XXXXXXX

EM 2000

0682

DESIGNED IN AND MADE IN GERMANY

RF IN RF OUT

ANT II

GOST

C US

ANT I

RF IN

DC OUT 11V/250mA DC OUT 11V/250mA

A Operating elements – front panel

Rack mount “ear”

Headphone output,

¼” (6.3 mm) jack socket ( )

Headphone volume control

쐏 button, backlit

Infra-red interface

Display panel, backlit in orange

Jog dial

쐊 STANDBY

button: operation indication

(red backlighting),

ESC function (cancel)

쐅 쐈 쐉 씈 씉 씊 씋 씌 씍 씎

B Operating elements – rear panel

3-pin mains socket

Cable grip for mains cable

Audio output

( TRANS BAL AF OUT ),

¼” (6.3 mm) jack socket, transformer balanced

Audio output

( TRANS BAL AF OUT ),

XLR-3M socket, transformer balanced

LED (yellow) for network activity indication

LAN socket ( ETHERNET RJ 45 )

Type plate

Antenna input II ( ANT II RF IN ) with booster supply voltage, cannot be switched off, shortcircuit proof, BNC socket

Antenna output II ( ANT II RF OUT ),

BNC socket

Antenna output I ( ANT I RF OUT )

BNC socket

Antenna input I ( ANT I RF IN ) with booster supply voltage, cannot be switched off, short-circuit proof,

BNC socket

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Product overview

Overview of the displays

After switch-on, the receiver displays the “ Receiver Parameters ” standard display. For further

illustrations and examples of the different standard displays, please refer to page 16.

This standard display displays the operating states of the receiver and provides the most important information on the received transmitter – provided the transmitter supports this function.

햲 햳 햴 햵 햶

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

B.Ch: 20.64

-10

543.200

MHz

-20

**2000**

-30

-40

EQ:

SKM2000

P

+ 12dB

MUTE

AF

햷햸 햹 햺 햻 햽 햾

Display

RF level “ RF ”

(Radio Frequency)

Transmitter/

Receiver

Receiver

Audio level “ AF ”

(Audio Frequency,

see page 25)

Transmitter

Meaning

40

30

20

10

RF

Diversity display:

Antenna input I is active

Antenna input II is active

RF signal level:

Field strength of the received signal

Squelch threshold level

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Modulation of the transmitter with peak hold function

When the display shows full deflection, the audio input level is excessively high. When the transmitter is overmodulated frequently or for extended periods of time, the

“ PEAK ” display is shown inverted.

Frequency bank and channel

(see page 24)

Frequency

(see page 24)

Name

(see page 24)

Pilot tone “ P ”

(see page 27)

Equalizer setting

(see page 25)

Output gain

(see page 25)

Receiver

Receiver

Receiver

Receiver

Receiver

Receiver

Current frequency bank and channel number

Current receiving frequency

Freely selectable name of the receiver

Activated pilot tone evaluation

Current equalizer setting

Current output gain of the audio signal

available at the ¼” (6.3 mm) jack socket

/

XLR-3M socket

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Product overview

Display

Transmitter/

Receiver

Muting function

“ MUTE ”

(see page 16)

Receiver/ transmitter

Transmitter type Transmitter

Battery status

Lock mode icon

(see page 25)

Transmitter

Receiver

Meaning

Audio signal is muted (see also page 35)

Product name of the linked 2000 series transmitter

The product name is displayed only if the linked transmitter supports this function.

Charge status: approx. 100% approx. 70% approx. 30% battery icon is flashing; charge status is critical

When the charge status is critical, “ Low

Battery ” appears on the standard display.

Lock mode is activated

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Putting the receiver into operation

Putting the receiver into operation

Setting up the receiver on a flat surface

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

CAUTION!

Clean the base of the receiver where you want to fix the device feet.

Fit the device feet to the four corners of the receiver.

Place the receiver on a flat, horizontal surface. Please note that the device feet can leave stains on delicate surfaces.

Connect the antennas (see page 9).

Mounting the receiver into a 19” rack

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30

20

10

PEA

RF

-1

-2

-3

-4

A

Risks when rack mounting the receiver!

When installing the device in a closed or multi-rack assembly, please consider that, during operation, the ambient temperature, the mechanical loading and the electrical potentials will be different from those of devices which are not mounted into a rack.

Make sure that the ambient temperature within the rack does not exceed the permissible temperature limit specified in the specifications.

Ensure sufficient ventilation; if necessary, provide additional ventilation.

Make sure that the mechanical loading of the rack is even.

When connecting to the power supply, observe the information indicated on the type plate. Avoid circuit overloading. If necessary, provide overcurrent protection.

When rack mounting, please note that intrinsically harmless leakage currents of the individual mains units may accumulate, thereby exceeding the allowable limit value. As a remedy, ground the rack via an additional ground connection.

Slide the receiver into the 19” rack.

Secure the rack mount “ears”

to the rack using four screws (not included in the delivery).

Connect the antennas (see next chapter).

CAUTION!

Connecting the antennas

Danger of damage to the antennas

To supply an active directional antenna (e.g. A 3700 for the UHF range) or an antenna booster (e.g. AB 3700), a direct voltage (which cannot be switched off) is output via the antenna sockets of the receiver. If you use antennas from other manufacturers, take into account that these must be installed with direct voltage decoupling. The output voltage supply is short circuit-proof, but an active antenna connected to this supply increases the current consumption of the overall device.

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Putting the receiver into operation

CAUTION!

Danger of short-circuit due to uninsulated antennas!

An 11 V voltage is applied to the antennas – even when you switch the receiver off ! If uninsulated antennas come into contact with objects which conduct electricity, this voltage can produce sparking and audio interference.

Use insulated antennas.

OR

Always mount uninsulated antennas so that they cannot come into contact with objects which conduct electricity.

You have the following options:

• For professional use, we recommend connecting remote antennas and, if necessary, using

Sennheiser antenna accessories (see next section).

• If the receiver is to be put into operation without a large amount of installation work, you can:

– connect the supplied rod antennas to the rear of the receiver (see page 10) or

– use the optional GA 3030 AM antenna front mount kit (see page 11).

Connecting remote antennas (optional accessories)

Connect two remote antennas to the BNC sockets

and

.

RF IN

ANT II

RF OUT

ANT I

RF IN

씋 씎

Positioning the remote antennas

Position antennas in the same room in which the transmission takes place.

Keep the distance between the receiving antennas as large as possible.

There should be a “free line of sight” between transmitter and receiving antennas.

Connecting the rod antennas to the rear of the receiver

Connect the rod antennas to the BNC sockets

and

.

Align the rod antennas in a V-shape.

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Putting the receiver into operation

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Mounting the antennas to the front of the rack

To mount the antenna connections to the front of the rack when rack mounting the receiver, you require the GA 3030 AM antenna front mount kit (optional accessory). The GA 3030 AM consists of:

• 2 BNC extension cables (screw-in BNC socket

to BNC connector ),

• 2 antenna holders ,

• 4 screws,

• 2 washers ,

• 2 nuts .

1

Guide the two BNC connectors through the holes in the rack mount “ears”

.

Connect the two BNC connectors to the two BNC sockets

and

.

Screw the antenna holders to the BNC sockets

using the supplied washers and nuts .

Secure the antenna holders to the rack mount “ears”

of the receiver using two of the supplied screws respectively.

Slide the receiver into the 19” rack.

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Putting the receiver into operation

Connect the rod antennas to the BNC sockets

.

12

RF IN

ANT II

RF OUT

ANT I

RF IN

RF IN

ANT II

RF OUT

ANT I

RF IN

Daisy-chaining receivers

The receivers feature an integrated antenna splitter so that up to

8 receivers can be daisychained without any additional antenna splitters being required. Only daisy-chain receivers

from the same frequency range (see page 4).

Connect the two supplied rod antennas or two remote antennas (optional accessories) to the BNC sockets

and

of the first receiver.

Use BNC cables to daisy-chain the receivers as shown in the diagram on the left.

• To supply an active directional antenna, a direct voltage (which cannot be switched off) is output via the antenna sockets

and

of the receivers.

• In order to obtain a good reception quality, we recommend not to daisy-chain more than

8 receivers.

• If you set a daisy-chained receiver to standby mode

(see “Switching the receiver on/off” on page 14), the integrated antenna splitter remains active.

RF IN

ANT II

RF OUT

ANT I

RF IN

True Diversity Receiver EM 2000 PEAK

**2000** B.Ch: 20.64

543.200

+ 12dB EQ:

MHz

SKM2000

MUTE

True Diversity Receiver EM 2000 PEAK

**2000** B.Ch: 20.64

543.200

EQ: + 12dB SKM2000 MUTE

MHz

TRANS-BAL

AF OUT B

+18dBu MAX

쐈 쐉

B

ETHERNET RJ-45

Connecting an amplifier/mixing console

The receiver’s XLR-3M socket

and the ¼” (6.3 mm) jack socket

are connected in parallel.

Use a suitable cable to connect the amplifier and/or the mixing console to the XLR-3M socket

and/or the ¼” (6.3 mm) jack socket

(see also page 39).

Via the operating menu of the receiver, adjust the audio output level to the input of the

amplifier or mixing console (see page 18). The adjusted audio output level is common for

both sockets.

WSM

PEAK

EQ:

**2000** B.Ch: 20.64

543.200

MHz

SKM2000

+ 12dB MUTE

True Diversity Receiver EM 2050

PEAK

EQ:

**2000** B.Ch: 20.64

543.200

MHz

SKM2000

+ 12dB MUTE

Connecting receivers in a network

You can connect several receivers in a network. The receivers are remote controlled via a PC running the “ Wireless Systems Manager ” (WSM) software. This software will assist in the

quick and safe configuration of multi-channel systems (see page 31).

Use standard network cables (at least Cat 5) to connect the receivers via the LAN socket

to an Ethernet switch. Then connect the Ethernet switch to a PC (see diagram).

When a receiver is properly connected to the Ethernet switch or the PC, the yellow LED

at the rear of the receiver lights up.

The EM 2050 twin receiver has a separate LAN socket

for each receiver.

Putting the receiver into operation

100 - 240V

50/60Hz 0.25A

CAUTION!

Connecting the mains cable

Damage due to electric current!

If you connect the receiver to an unsuitable power supply, this can cause damage to the device.

Use the supplied mains cable to connect the receiver to the mains (100 to 240 V AC, 50 or

60 Hz).

Ensure a reliable mains ground connection of the receiver – especially when you are using multi-outlet power strips or extension cables.

Pass the mains cable through the cable grip

.

Connect the mains cable to the mains socket

.

Plug the mains plug into the wall socket.

The STANDBY button

is backlit in red.

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Using the receiver

Using the receiver

To establish a transmission link, proceed as follows:

1.

Switch the receiver on (see next section).

2.

Switch the transmitter on (see the instruction manual of the transmitter).

The transmission link is established and the display backlighting of the receiver changes from red to orange.

It is vital to observe the notes on frequency selection on page 31.

If you cannot establish a transmission link between transmitter and receiver, read the

chapter “Synchronizing transmitters with receivers” on page 31.

**2000**

.200

MHz

SKM2000

UTE

Switching the receiver on/off

To switch the receiver on :

Briefly press the STANDBY button

.

The receiver switches on and the “ Receiver Parameters ” standard display appears.

To switch the receiver to standby mode :

Keep the STANDBY button

pressed until “ OFF ” appears on the display panel.

The receiver switches to standby mode. The integrated antenna splitter and the booster supply voltage remain active so that the antenna signals are still looped through to daisy-chained receivers.

• When in the operating menu, pressing the STANDBY button

will cancel your

entry (ESC function) and return you to the current standard display.

• The STANDBY button

is backlit in red both during operation and in standby

mode.

To completely switch the receiver off :

If necessary, deactivate the lock mode (see page 15).

Disconnect the receiver from the mains by unplugging the mains cable plug from the wall socket.

The backlighting of the STANDBY button

goes off.

Monitoring the audio signal via headphones

True Diversity Receiver EM 2000

CAUTION!

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

B.Ch:

-20

-30

-40

AF

EQ:

P + 1

Danger of hearing damage!

Listening at high volume levels for long periods can lead to permanent hearing defects.

Set the headphone volume control

to the minimum position before putting the head-

phones on.

Set the headphone volume control

to the minimum position.

Connect headphones with a ¼” (6.3 mm) stereo jack plug to the headphone output

.

Gradually increase the volume and monitor the audio signal with the lowest possible volume.

쐇 쐋

14

쐏 쐄

쐏 쐄

Using the receiver

Synchronizing a transmitter with the receiver

You can synchronize a suitable transmitter of the 2000 series with the receiver. By default, the following parameters are transferred to the transmitter during synchronization:

Setting Transferred parameter

“ Frequency Preset ” Currently set frequency

“ Name ”

“ Pilot Tone ”

Freely selectable name currently set on the receiver

Current pilot tone setting of the receiver (“ Inactive ”/“ Active ”)

Via the “ Sync Settings ” submenu, you can adjust additional parameters to be trans-

ferred to the transmitters (see page 29). It is vital to observe the notes on frequency

selection on page 31.

To transfer the parameters:

Switch the transmitter and the receiver on.

Press the button

on the receiver.

“ Sync ” appears on the display panel of the receiver.

Place the infra-red interface of the transmitter (see the instruction manual of the transmitter) in front of the infra-red interface

of the receiver.

The parameters are transferred to the transmitter. When the transfer is completed, “ ” appears on the receiver’s display panel. The receiver then switches back to the current standard display.

To cancel the transfer:

Press the STANDBY button

on the receiver.

“ ” appears on the display panel of the receiver. “ ” also appears if no suitable transmitter was found.

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

B.Ch: 20.64

-10

543.200

MHz

-20

**2000**

-30

-40

AF

EQ:

P

+ 12dB

SKM2000

MUTE

Deactivating the lock mode temporarily

You can activate or deactivate the automatic lock mode via the “ Auto Lock ” menu item

(see page 25).

If the lock mode is activated, you have to temporarily deactivate it in order to be able to operate the receiver:

Press the jog dial or the STANDBY button.

“ Locked ” appears on the standard display.

Turn the jog dial.

“ Unlock?

” appears on the display panel.

Press the jog dial.

The lock mode is temporarily deactivated.

– When you are in the operating menu, the lock mode remains deactivated until you exit the operating menu.

– When one of the standard displays is shown, the lock mode is automatically activated after 10 seconds.

The lock mode icon

flashes prior to the lock mode being activated again.

15

Using the receiver

Muting the audio signal

To mute the audio signal:

When one of the standard displays is shown on the display panel, press the

STANDBY button.

“ RX Mute On?

” appears on the display panel.

Press the jog dial.

The audio signal is muted. “ RX Mute ” flashes in alternation with the current standard display. The display panel is backlit in red.

To unmute the audio signal:

Press the STANDBY button.

“ RX Mute Off?

” appears on the display panel.

Press the jog dial.

The muting is canceled and the display backlighting changes from red to orange again.

If “ RX Mute On?

” or “ RX Mute Off?

” appears on the display panel but you do not wish to change the status of the muting function:

Press the STANDBY button.

The status of the muting function remains unchanged and the current standard display appears.

Selecting a standard display

Turn the jog dial to select a standard display:

Contents of the display Selectable standard display

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

B.CH: 20.64

0

-10

-20

**2000**

543.200

MHz

-30

-40

AF

EQ:

P + 12dB

SKM2000

MUTE

“ Receiver Parameters ” appears after switch-on of the receiver and displays the

receiver parameters (see page 7)

40

30

20

10

RF

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

543.200 MHz

-10

-20

**2000**

SKM2000

935

-30

-40

AF

P

Standard

– 12dB MUTE

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Soundcheck

20.64

**2000**

P

543.200

MHz

MUTE

“ Transmitter Parameters ” *

(transmitter type/microphone, inverted display) displays the microphone head (SKM only) and the transmitter type

“ Soundcheck ” (display with additional function) displays the signal quality within the transmission area

(see page 21)

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RF

PEAK

0

-10

543.200 MHz

-20

-30

-40

AF

**2000**

MUTE

440 Hz

“ Guitar Tuner ” ** (display with additional function)

displays the guitar tuner (see page 21)

* The reading of the transmitter parameters can take up to 2 minutes. If you synchronize

your transmitter with the receiver (see page 15), the parameters are read out without

delay.

** The “ Guitar Tuner ” standard display is deactivated upon delivery. To show this standard

display, you have to activate it (see page 27).

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Using the operating menu

Using the operating menu

A special feature of the Sennheiser 2000 series is the consistent, intuitive menu structure of transmitters and receivers. As a result, adjustments to the settings can be made quickly – even in stressful situations, for example on stage or during a live show or presentation.

The buttons

Button

Press the STANDBY button

Press the jog dial

Turn the jog dial

Function of the button

• Switches the receiver on and off

• Cancels the entry and returns to the current standard display

(ESC function)

• Mutes the receiver (special function, see page 16)

• Changes from the current standard display to the operating menu

• Calls up a menu item

• Enters a submenu

• Stores the settings and returns to the operating menu

• Selects a standard display (see page 16)

• Changes to the next/previous menu item

• Changes the setting of a menu item

Overview of the operating menu

Main menu

“Menu”

Squelch

Easy Setup

Frequency Preset

Name

AF Out

Equalizer

AutoLock

Advanced

Exit

Extended menu

“Advanced Menu”

“Easy Setup”

Reset List

Current List

Scan New List

Exit

”Warnings“

Tune

Guitar Tuner

Sync Settings

Pilot Tone

Warnings

LCD Contrast

Reset

IP-Address

Software Revision

Exit

AF-Peak

Low RF Signal

RF Mute

TX Mute

RX Mute

Low Battery

Exit

Submenu

“Sync Settings”

SK Settings

SKM Settings

SKP Settings

Exit

“SK Settings”, “SKM

Settings”, “SKP Settings”

Sensitivity

Low Cut (SKM)

Auto Lock

Mute Mode (SK, SKP)

RF Power

PhantomPower48V (SKP)

Cable Emulation (SK)

Exit

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Using the operating menu

Display Function of the menu item

Main menu “Menu”

Squelch

Easy Setup

Frequency Preset

Name

AF Out

Equalizer

Auto Lock

Advanced

Exit

“Easy Setup”

Reset List

Current List

Scan New List

Exit

Adjusts the squelch threshold

Scans for unused frequency presets, releases and selects frequency presets

Sets the frequency bank and the channel

Enters a freely selectable name

Adjusts the audio output level

Changes the frequency response of the output signal

Activates/deactivates the automatic lock mode

Calls up the extended menu “ Advanced Menu ”

Exits the operating menu and returns to the current standard display

Releases all locked frequency presets

Selects an unused frequency preset

Scans for unused receiving frequencies (frequency preset scan)

Exits “ Easy Setup ” and returns to the main menu

Extended menu “Advanced Menu”

Tune

Guitar Tuner

Sync Settings

Pilot Tone

Warnings

LCD Contrast

Reset

IP-Address

Software Revision

Exit

Sets the receiving frequencies for the frequency banks “ U1 ” to “ U6 ”

Sets the frequency bank, the channel and the receiving frequency

(frequency banks “ U1 ” to “ U6 ”)

Selects the mode of the guitar tuner function

Calls up the “ Sync Settings ” submenu:

Adjusts the parameters to be transferred to the transmitters and activates/ deactivates the transfer (see below)

Activates/deactivates the pilot tone evaluation

Calls up “ Warnings ”

Adjusts the contrast of the display panel

Resets the settings made in the operating menu

Adjusts the IP address of the receiver

Displays the current software revision

Exits the extended menu “ Advanced Menu ” and returns to the main menu

Page

23

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27

“Sync Settings” submenu

SK Settings Adjusts the parameters to be transferred to SK transmitters and activates/deactivates the transfer

SKM Settings

SKP Settings

Exit

Adjusts the parameters to be transferred to SKM radio microphone and activates/ deactivates the transfer

Adjusts the parameters to be transferred to SKP plug-on transmitter and activates/ deactivates the transfer

Exits the “ Sync Settings ” submenu and returns to the extended menu

“ Advanced Menu ”

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Using the operating menu

Display Function of the menu item

“SK Settings” / “SKM Settings” / “SKP Settings”

Sensitivity

Low Cut

Auto Lock

Mute Mode

RF Power

PhantomPower48V

Cable Emulation

Exit

Adjusts the input sensitivity

Actives/deactivates the low cut filter (“SKM Settings” only)

Activates/deactivates the automatic lock mode

Sets the mode for the MUTE switch (“SK Settings” and “SKP Settings” only)

Adjusts the transmission power

Activates/deactivates the phantom powering (“SKP Settings” only)

Emulates guitar cable capacities (“SK Settings” only)

Exits the menu item and returns to the “ Sync Settings ” submenu

“Warnings”

Activates/deactivates warnings (color change and warning messages):

AF-Peak Audio overmodulation

Low RF Signal

RF Mute

TX Mute

RF signal is weak

RF signal is too weak or no RF signal

RX Mute

• Transmitter is muted or

• no pilot tone

Receiver is muted

Low Battery

Exit

Charge status of the transmitter battery/the BA 2015 accupack is critical

Exits “ Warnings ” and returns to the extended menu “ Advanced Menu ”

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29

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Working with the operating menu

If the lock mode is activated, you have to deactivate it In order to be able to work

with the operating menu (see page 15).

Menu

By way of example of the “ Frequency Preset ” menu, this section describes how to use the

AF Out

Equalizer operating menu.

Squelch

Easy Setup

Frequency Preset

Changing from a standard display to the operating menu

Name

Press the jog dial.

The current standard display is replaced by the main menu. The last selected

Auto Lock menu item is displayed.

Advanced

Exit

Selecting a menu item

Turn the jog dial to change to the “ Frequency Preset ” menu item.

The current setting of the selected menu item is displayed:

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RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Menu

Easy Setup

Frequency Preset

Name

B.Ch: 1. 1

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Using the operating menu

Changing and storing settings

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

Menu

Easy Setup

Frequency Preset

Name

-40

AF

B.Ch: 5.14

Call up “Frequency

Preset”

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Frequency Preset

B.Ch: 5 .14

543.000 MHz

Select the frequency bank and confirm

“Stored”

Press the jog dial to call up the menu item.

Turn the jog dial to set the frequency bank.

Press the jog dial to confirm your selection.

Turn the jog dial to set the channel.

Press the jog dial to store the setting.

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RF

PEAK

0

-10

Frequency Preset

-20

-30

B.Ch: 5.

14

-40

AF

543.000 MHz

Select the channel; store the setting

By briefly turning the jog dial to the left or right, the display jumps either forwards or backwards to the next menu item or setting.

If you turn the jog dial to the left or right and hold it in this position, the display cycles continuously (“fast search” function).

Canceling an entry

Press the STANDBY button to cancel the entry.

The current standard display appears on the display panel.

To subsequently return to the last edited menu item:

Press the jog dial repeatedly until the last edited menu item appears.

Menu

Squelch

Easy Setup Setup

Frequency Preset

Name

AF Out

Equalizer

Auto Lock

Advanced

Exit

Exiting a menu item

Change to the “ Exit ” menu item.

Confirm your selection.

You return to the next higher menu level.

To directly return to the current standard display:

Press the STANDBY button.

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Adjustment tips and functions

The operating menu allows you to make settings for your receiver and your transmitters.

The “ Guitar Tuner ” and “ Soundcheck ” standard displays provide additional functions and can be called up by turning the jog dial, without having to get into the operating menu.

Standard displays with additional functions

Tuning a guitar (for SK transmitters only)

Activate the “ Guitar Tuner

” standard display via the operating menu (see page 27).

Connect a guitar to your SK transmitter.

On the receiver, change to the “ Guitar Tuner

” standard display (see page 16).

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30

25

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

B.CH: 20.64

543.200

MHz

-20

**2000**

-30 EQ:

P + 12dB

SKM2000

MUTE

AF

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30

30

20

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

543.200 MHz

RF

-40

AF

**2000**

MUTE

440 Hz

“Receiver Parameters” standard display

“Guitar Tuner” standard display

Tune your guitar.

The receiver automatically recognizes the pitch of the plucked string.

Doing a soundcheck

By doing a soundcheck, you can check the reception area for field strength gaps (“dropouts”) which cannot be compensated for by the receiver’s diversity circuitry.

The “ Soundcheck ” standard display must not be activated until later because otherwise the recording will give wrong results.

If necessary, change from the “ Soundcheck ” standard display to one of the other standard displays of your receiver.

Position the transmitter in the area in which it is to be used and switch it on.

Leave the transmitter switched on and go to your receiver.

On the receiver, change to the “ Soundcheck ” standard display.

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

B.CH: 20.64

0

-10

543.200

MHz

-20

**2000**

-30

EQ: SKM2000

-40

AF

P + 12dB MUTE

Receiver Parameters

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Soundcheck

20.64

**2000**

543.200

MHz

P MUTE

Soundcheck

If no transmitter is being received or if the signal is below the squelch threshold level,

“ MUTE

” appears on the display panel (see “If a problem occurs ...” on page 35).

Go to your transmitter.

With the transmitter, walk up and down the area in which it is to be used.

Then leave the transmitter there and do not switch it off.

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During the soundcheck, the receiver records the RF level and the AF level. The recording result is displayed on the “ Soundcheck ” standard display:

RF Max

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30

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10

RF

RF Min

AF Max

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Soundche

P

20.32 ew5

543.20

Display Meaning

RF Min Min. RF signal level: must be well above the squelch threshold level for one of the two antennas

RF Max Max. RF signal level: both antennas should reach 40 dB

μV

AF Max Max. audio level

What to do ...

Check if the antennas and the antenna cables are correctly connected.

Improve the position of the antennas.

If necessary, use antenna boosters.

On your transmitter, adjust the audio level as high as possible

(max. 0 dB) without the level display for audio level showing full deflection (AF Max is at a level with the PEAK display).

For more information, refer to the instruction manual of the transmitter.

The main menu “ Menu ”

Menu

Adjusting the squelch threshold

Squelch

40

PEAK

0

-10

Menu

Easy Setup

30

Exit

Frequency Preset

20

10

-30

Name

RF AF

AF Out

-20

Equalizer

Squelch

Frequency Preset

Call up “Squelch”

Auto Lock

Advanced

Exit

1 dB

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

Squelch

-20

-30

5 dB

-40

AF

Select the desired setting

“Stored”

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Squelch

7 dB

Store the setting

Adjustment range: 5 to 25 dB

μV, adjustable in 2-dB steps, can be switched off

The squelch eliminates annoying noise when the transmitter is switched off or when there is no longer sufficient transmitter power received by the receiver.

CAUTION!

Danger of hearing damage and material damage!

If you switch the squelch off or adjust the squelch threshold to a very low value, loud hissing noise can occur in the receiver. The hissing noise can be loud enough to cause hearing damage or overload the loudspeakers of your system!

Always make sure that the squelch is switched on.

Before adjusting the squelch threshold, set the volume of the headphone output (see

page 14) and the audio output level to the minimum (“

AF Out

”, see page 25).

Never change the squelch threshold during a live transmission.

Adjust the squelch threshold – with the transmitter switched off – to the lowest possible setting that suppresses hissing noise.

If you adjust the squelch threshold to a high value, the transmission range will be reduced under adverse RF reception conditions.

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Menu

Squelch

Easy Setup

Frequency Preset

AF Out

Equalizer

Auto Lock

Advanced

Exit

The squelch should only be switched off for servicing purposes. With the squelch threshold set to “5 dB”, you switch the squelch off by turning the jog dial to the left and keeping it in this position for 3 seconds.

Display

20

10

RF

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Menu

Exit

Squelch

Frequency Preset

1 dB

Squelch is ...

... switched on

The dotted line displays the squelch threshold.

20

10

RF

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Menu

Exit

Squelch

Frequency Preset

1 dB

... switched off.

The dotted line goes off and the audio level display “ AF ” shows full deflection (hissing noise).

If you have accidentally switched off the squelch:

Turn the jog dial to the right to switch the squelch on.

Scanning for, releasing and selecting frequency presets

Menu item Function of the menu item

Reset List Releases all locked frequency presets

Current List Selects an unused frequency preset

Scan New List Automatically scans for unused receiving frequencies (frequency preset scan)

If receiving frequencies are used, they will be locked; if receiving frequencies are unused, they will be released. After the frequency preset scan, you can select an unused frequency preset.

If you call up the “ Scan New List ” menu item, your receiver scans for unused frequency presets.

After the scan, the receiver displays a list of the frequency banks and their unused channels. The frequency bank with the largest number of unused channels is automatically selected.

To perform a frequency preset scan:

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RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

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-40

Menu

Squelch

Easy Setup

Frequency Preset

AF

Call up “Easy Setup”

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30

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10

RF

PEAK

0

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-20

-30

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AF

Easy Setup

Current List

Scan New List

Exit

Call up “Scan New List”

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RF

PEAK

0

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-20

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AF

Scan New List

516...580 MHz

.........

The frequency preset scan is performed

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RF

PEAK

0

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AF

Easy Setup

Bank 19

Bank 20

Bank U1

Free: 24

Select and call up a frequency bank

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10

RF

PEAK

0

Easy Setup

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

B.Ch: 20.

Sync

24 ew300 G3

531.375 MHz

„Stored“

Set the channel; store the setting

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10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

Easy Setup

Reset List

Current List

Scan New List

AF

“Easy Setup” menu item

You can call up the list containing the frequency banks again by selecting the

“ Current List ” menu item.

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Menu

Selecting the frequency bank and the channel manually

Squelch

Easy Setup

40

30

PEAK

0

-10

Menu

Easy Setup

Frequency Preset

20

10

-20

-30

Name

RF

AF

AF Out

Equalizer

Auto Lock

Frequency Preset

Name

Preset”

B.Ch: 5.14

Call up “Frequency

Advanced

Exit

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Frequency Preset

B.Ch: 5 .14

543.000 MHz

Select the frequency bank and confirm

“Stored”

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

Frequency Preset

B.Ch: 5.

14

-20

-30

-40

AF

543.000 MHz

Select the channel; store the setting

When setting up multi-channel systems, please observe the following:

Only the factory-preset frequencies within one frequency bank (“ 1 ” to “ 20 ”) are intermodulation-free. It is vital to observe the notes on frequency selection on

page 31.

Overview of the frequency banks and channels:

Frequency bank Channels

“ 1 ” to “ 20 ”

“ U1 ” to “ U6 ” up to 64 per frequency bank up to 64 per frequency bank

Type

System bank: frequencies are factory-preset

User bank: frequencies are freely selectable

Menu

Entering a name

Squelch

Easy Setup Setup

40

30

PEAK

0

-10

Menu

Frequency Preset

Frequency Preset

20

10

-20

-30

Name

RF AF

AF Out

Equalizer

Name

AF Out

Call up “Name”

Lichael

Auto Lock

Advanced

Exit

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

Name

-20

L ichael

-30

-40

AF

Enter a character and confirm

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

Name

-10

-20

Michae l

-30

-40

AF

Enter a character; store the

“Stored”

Via the “ Name ” menu item, you can enter a freely selectable name (e.g. the name of the performer) for the receiver. The name is displayed on the “ Receiver Parameters ” standard

display (see page 16) and can consist of up to eight characters such as:

• letters (without pronounciation marks),

• numbers from 0 to 9,

• special characters and spaces.

To enter a name, proceed as follows:

Turn the jog dial to select a character.

Press the jog dial to change to the next segment/character or to store the complete entry.

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Menu

Squelch

Easy Setup Setup

Frequency Preset

Name

AF Out

Equalizer

Auto Lock

Advanced

Exit

Adjusting the audio output level

Adjustment range: –25 dB to +24 dB, adjustable in 1-dB steps.

Via the “ AF Out ” menu item, you can adjust the level of the audio output TRANS BAL AF OUT from the receiver to the input of the connected device. The following figures are a guide to the best settings:

Connection to ...

... line input

... microphone input

Guide values for “AF Out”

0 to +18 dB (+24 dB)

−25 dB to −6 dB

Gain values greater than +18 dB should only be used when the audio modulation from the transmitter is at a low level, otherwise the audio output of the receiver may become clipped and distorted.

To adjust a gain greater than +18 dB (gain reserve):

Adjust a level of +18 dB.

Turn the jog dial to the right and keep it in this position for 3 seconds.

The next higher value (+19 dB) appears.

The audio output level is increased. Using this gain reserve also increases the headphone output level.

Menu

Squelch

Easy Setup Setup

Frequency Preset

Name

AF Out

Equalizer

Auto Lock

Advanced

Exit

Using the equalizer

Via the “ Equalizer ” menu item, you can change the treble and bass of the audio output signal:

“Flat”

(output signal remains unchanged)

“Low cut”

(cuts the bass)

“Low Cut +

High Boost”

(cuts the bass and boosts the treble)

“High Boost”

(boosts the treble)

Menu

Squelch

Easy Setup Setup

Frequency Preset

Name

AF Out

Equalizer

Auto Lock

Advanced

Exit

Activating/deactivating the automatic lock mode

The lock mode prevents that the receiver is accidentally switched off or programed during operation.

The lock mode icon

on the current standard display indicates that the lock mode is

activated. For information on how to use the lock mode, refer to page 15.

Menu

Squelch

Easy Setup Setup

Frequency Preset

Name

AF Out

Equalizer

Auto Lock

Advanced

Exit

Calling up the extended menu “Advanced Menu“

To call up the extended menu “ Advanced Menu ”:

From the main menu, select “ Advanced ”.

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The extended menu “ Advanced Menu “

Advanced Menu

Tune

Guitar Tuner

Sync Settings

Pilot Tone

Warnings

LCD Contrast

Factory Reset

IP-Address

Software Revision

Exit

Setting the receiving frequencies and the frequency banks “U1” to “U6”

When you have selected one of the system banks and then select the “ Tune ” menu, the receiver automatically switches to channel 1 of the frequency bank “ U1 ”. In this case, “ U1.1

” briefly appears on the display panel.

Upon delivery, the channels of the frequency banks “ U1 ” to “ U6 ” are not assigned a receiving frequency.

Setting a receiving frequency for the current channel

Via the “ Tune ” menu item, you can:

1.

set a receiving frequency to be stored in the current channel of the frequency bank (“ U1 ” to “ U6 ”)

2.

or select a frequency bank (“ U1 ” to “ U6 ”) and a channel and assign this channel a receiving frequency.

Turn the jog dial until the “ Tune ” menu item appears.

Briefly press the jog dial.

The frequency selection appears.

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RF

PEAK

0

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-20

-30

-40

AF

Advanced Menu

Exit

Tune

Sync Settings

543.200 MHz

Call up “Tune”

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10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Tune

543 .200MHz

B.Ch: U1. 1

Select the MHz value and confirm

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

Tune

-20

548.

200 MHz

-30

-40

AF

B.Ch: U1. 1

Select the kHz value; store the setting

„Stored”

It is vital to observe the notes on frequency selection on page 31.

Selecting a frequency bank and a channel and assigning this channel a receiving frequency

Set the desired frequency.

Press the jog dial.

Your settings are stored. The “ Tune ” menu item appears.

Turn the jog dial until the “ Tune ” menu item appears.

Keep the jog dial pressed until the frequency bank selection appears.

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

Advanced Menu

-10

-20

-30

Exit

Tune

Sync Settings

-40

AF

543.200 MHz

Call up “Tune” (special function)

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

Tune

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

543.200 MHz

B.Ch: U1 . 1

Select the frequency bank and confirm

“Stored”

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

Tune

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

543.200 MHz

B.Ch: U2. 1

Select the channel; store the setting

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Advanced Menu

Tune

Guitar Tuner

Sync Settings

Pilot Tone

Warnings

LCD Contrast

Reset

IP-Address

Software Revision

Exit

Advanced Menu

Tune

Guitar Tuner

Sync Settings

Pilot Tone

Warnings

LCD Contrast

Reset

IP-Address

Software Revision

Exit

Advanced Menu

Tune

Guitar Tuner

Sync Settings

Pilot Tone

Warnings

LCD Contrast

Reset

IP-Address

Software Revision

Exit

Set the desired frequency bank.

Set the desired channel.

Set the desired frequency.

Changing the settings of the guitar tuner

The following settings are available:

Setting

“ Inactive ”

“ Active ”

Meaning

The “ Guitar Tuner ” standard display is deactivated.

When selecting the “ Guitar Tuner

” standard display (see page 16),

the receiver is not muted.

“ Audio Mute ” When selecting the “ Guitar Tuner

” standard display (see page 16),

the receiver is muted.

Calling up the “Sync Settings” submenu

To call up the “ Sync Settings

” submenu (see page 29):

From the extended menu “ Advanced Menu ”, select “ Sync Settings ”.

Activating/deactivating the pilot tone evaluation

The transmitter adds an inaudible signal, known as the pilot tone, to the transmitted signal.

The receiver detects and evaluates the pilot tone. The pilot tone supports the receiver’s squelch function, thus protecting against interference due to RF signals from other devices.

Receiver display Meaning

The pilot tone evaluation

is deactivated.

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30

20

10

PEAK

0

B.Ch: 20.24

-10

ew300 G3

531.375

MHz

-20

-30

-40

AF

EQ

+ 12dB

MUTE

SKM300

RF

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30

20

10

PEAK

0

-10

B.Ch: 20.24

-20

ew300 G3

531.375

MHz

-30

EQ SKM300

-40

+ 12dB

MUTE

AF RF

The pilot tone evaluation

is activated.

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30

20

10

PEAK

0

-10

B.Ch: 20.24

-20

ew300 G3

531.375

MHz

-30

-40

AF

EQ

P + 12dB

MUTE

SKM300

RF

The pilot tone evaluation

is activated and the receiver receives a pilot tone from a transmitter.

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Advanced Menu

Tune

Guitar Tuner

Sync Settings

Pilot Tone

Warnings

LCD Contrast

Reset

IP-Address

Software Revision

Exit

Calling up “Warnings”

To call up “ Warnings

” (see page 30):

From the extended menu “ Advanced Menu ”, select “ Warnings ”.

Advanced Menu

Tune

Guitar Tuner

Sync Settings

Pilot Tone

Warnings

LCD Contrast

Reset

IP-Address

Software Revision

Exit

Adjusting the contrast of the display panel

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

Advanced Menu

Warnings

LCD Contrast

Reset

-40

AF

Call up “LCD

Contrast”

7

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30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

LCD Contrast

Tune

7

Hotsync

Select the desired setting

“Stored”

You can adjust the contrast of the display panel in 16 steps.

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

LCD Contrast

Tune

15

Hotsync

-40

AF

Store the setting

Advanced Menu

Tune

Guitar Tuner

Sync Settings

Pilot Tone

Warnings

LCD Contrast

Reset

IP-Address

Software Revision

Exit

Resetting the settings made in the operating menu

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Advanced Menu

LCD Contrast

Reset

IP-Address

Call up “Reset”

Reset

Tune

No

Hotsync

Select the desired setting

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

Reset

Tune

Yes

Hotsync

AF

Store the setting

“Stored”

When resetting the settings made in the operating menu, only the selected settings for the pilot tone and for the frequency banks “ U1 ” to “ U6 ” remain unchanged. For an overview of the factory-preset default settings, refer to the enclosed frequency information sheet.

Advanced Menu

Tune

Guitar Tuner

Sync Settings

Pilot Tone

Warnings

LCD Contrast

Reset

IP-Address

Software Revision

Exit

Adjusting the network configuration

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Advanced Menu

Reset

IP-Address

Software Revision

192.168.178.100

Richiamare

«IP-Address»

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

IP-Address

Manual

192.168.178.100

-30

-40

AF

00-11-D8-B0-F4-33

Impostare e confermare la modalità

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

IP-Address

Manual

192.168.178.100

-40

AF

00-11-D8-B0-F4-33

Inserire indirizzo IP; memorizzare l’inserimento

«Stored»

You can either automatically allocate or manually enter an IP address. This menu item also shows the receiver’s unique and unchangeable MAC address. In order to ensure safe commu-

nication between receivers in multi-channel systems (see page 31), we recommend using

automatic allocation of IP addresses.

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Adjustment tips and functions

Advanced Menu

Tune

Guitar Tuner

Sync Settings

Pilot Tone

Warnings

LCD Contrast

Reset

IP-Address

Software Revision

Exit

Displaying the software revision

You can display the current software revision of the receiver.

For information on software updates, visit the EM 2000 product page on our website at www.sennheiser.com.

Sync Settings

SK Settings

SKM Settings

SKP Settings

Exit

The “ Sync Settings ” submenu

Display Function

SK Settings Calls up “ SK Settings ”

SKM Settings Calls up “ SKM Settings ”

SKP Settings Calls up “ SKP Settings ”

Exit Exits the “ Sync Settings

“ Advanced Menu ”

” submenu and returns to the extended menu

Via the “ SK Settings ”, “ SKM Settings ” and “ SKP Settings ” menu items, you can set the transmitter parameters directly on the receiver and activate or deactivate the transfer of these parameters to the transmitter:

Setting Transfer is ...

... activated

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Sensitivity

-60 dB

Sync

... deactivated

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Sensitivity

-60 dB

Sync

By pressing the button

,

you can transfer the parameters to the transmitters via the

infra-red interface (see page 15).

Display

Sensitivity

Low Cut (SKM only)

Function Settings

Adjusts the input sensitivity:

SK

SKM and SKP

–60 dB to 0 dB, adjustable in steps of 3 dB

–48 dB to 0 dB, adjustable in steps of 6 dB

Low cut filter

/

Auto Lock

Mute Mode (SK, SKP only)

Lock mode

Mute mode

RF Power Transmission power

PhantomPower48V (SKP only) Phantom powering

Cable Emulation (SK only) Emulates guitar cable capacities

Inactive, Active

Disabled, RF On/Off, AF On/Off

Low, Standard, High

Inactive, Active

Minimum, Low, Medium, High

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Adjustment tips and functions

Warnings

AF Peak

Low RF Signal

RF Mute

TX Mute

RX Mute

Low Battery

Exit

Activating/deactivating warning messages – “ Warnings ”

Via the “ Warnings ” menu item, you can activate or deactivate different warning messages.

Setting

“ AF PEAK ”

Warning message with color change on the current standard display

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

AF PEAK

Trigger

Audio overmodulation

“ Low RF Signal ” RF signal is weak

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Low

RF Signal

“ RF Mute ” RF signal is too weak or no RF signal

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

RF Mute

“ TX Mute ” Transmitter is muted or no pilot tone

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

TX Mute

“ RX Mute ” Receiver is muted

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

RX Mute

“ Low Battery ”

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

Low Battery

Charge status of the transmitter battery/ the BA 2015 accupack is critical

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Synchronizing transmitters with receivers

Synchronizing transmitters with receivers

When synchronizing a transmitter with a receiver, please observe the following:

Only use a transmitter and a receiver from the same frequency range (see the type plates on the transmitter and the receiver).

Make sure that the desired frequencies are listed in the enclosed frequency information sheet.

Make sure that the desired frequencies are approved and legal in your country and, if necessary, apply for an operating license.

Synchronizing a transmitter with the receiver – individual operation

Upon delivery, transmitter and receiver are synchronized with each other. If, however, you cannot establish a transmission link between transmitter and receiver, you have to synchronize the channels of the devices:

With the receiver, perform a frequency preset scan to scan the frequency banks for unused channels (“ Scan New List

”, see page 23).

Then “ Sync ” appears on the display panel of the receiver.

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

-10

Easy Setup

-20

-30

-40

AF

B.Ch: 20.

Sync

24 ew300 G3

531.375 MHz

Synchronize a transmitter with the receiver via the infra-red interface (see page 15).

This establishes a transmission link between the transmitter and the receiver.

Alternatively, you can set the channel on the transmitter manually:

Make sure that you set the transmitter to the same frequency bank and the same channel as the receiver.

Synchronizing transmitters with receivers – multi-channel operation

In order to ensure an intermodulation-free transmission, use the same frequency bank for all transmission links.

Network operation Combined with 2000 series transmitters, 2000 series receivers can form transmission links that can be used in multi-channel systems. In multi-channel operation, the receivers are remote controlled via a PC running the “ Wireless Systems Manager ” (WSM) software. For further information on downloading the software, visit the ew G3 product page on our website at www.sennheiser.com.

True Diversity Receiver EM 2000

PEAK

B.Ch: 20.64

543.200

EQ:

**2000**

MHz

SKM2000

+ 12dB MUTE

True Diversity Receiver EM 2000 PEAK

**2000** B.Ch: 20.64

543.200

+ 12dB EQ: MUTE

MHz

SKM2000

WSM

PEAK

B.Ch: 20.64

543.200

EQ:

**2000**

MHz

SKM2000

+ 12dB MUTE

True Diversity Receiver EM 2050

PEAK

EQ:

**2000** B.Ch: 20.64

543.200

MHz

SKM2000

+ 12dB MUTE

Advantages of controlling the receivers via the “ Wireless Systems Manager ” (WSM) software:

• Detailed overview of all receiving channels

• Remote control of all receivers in the network

• Combination of receivers of different frequency ranges (see page 4).

Connect the receivers in a network (see page 12).

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Synchronizing transmitters with receivers

Launch the “ Wireless Systems Manager ” (WSM) software.

To scan for unused receiving frequencies and to configure the receivers, proceed as described in the instruction manual of the “ Wireless Systems Manager ” (WSM) software.

Set the corresponding transmitter to the selected frequency bank and to the selected

channel either by synchronizing the transmitter with the receiver (see page 15) or by

setting the frequency bank and the channel manually (see the instruction manual of the transmitter).

Your multi-channel system is now set up.

Operation without network

If you want to set up a multi-channel system without using the WSM, proceed as follows:

Switch off all transmitters of your system that are to be automatically configured.

Channels used by switched-on transmitters are displayed as “used”.

With one of the receivers, perform a frequency preset scan to scan the frequency banks for unused channels (“ Scan New List

”, see page 23).

Then “ Sync ” appears on the display panel of the receiver.

40

30

20

10

RF

PEAK

0

Easy Setup

-10

-20

-30

-40

AF

B.Ch: 20.

Sync

24 ew300 G3

531.375 MHz

Switch one of the transmitters on.

Synchronize a transmitter with the receiver via the infra-red interface (see page 15).

This establishes a transmission link between the transmitter and the receiver.

Repeat for the remaining transmitter and receiver pairs as described above. Leave those transmitters switched on that are already linked to a receiver.

Your multi-channel system is now set up.

Alternatively, you can set the channel on the transmitter manually:

Make sure that you set the transmitter to the same frequency bank and the same channel as the receiver.

For information on the setting options of the transmitter, refer to the instruction manual of the transmitter.

You can also freely select the receiving frequencies and store these frequencies in the frequency banks “ U1 ” to “ U6 ”.

If you are using frequencies from the frequency banks “ U1 ” to “ U6 ”, it might be that the receiving frequencies are not intermodulation-free.

To ensure that the desired frequencies are intermodulation-free:

Contact your Sennheiser partner (see www.sennheiser.com).

If you want to use the frequency banks “ U1 ” to “ U6 ”:

Set each receiver to the same frequency bank (see page 24).

On one of the receivers, select a channel within this frequency bank (see page 24).

Assign this channel one of the receiving frequencies (see page 24).

Synchronize a transmitter with the receiver (see page 15),

OR:

Manually set the transmitter to the same frequency bank, channel and frequency that you set on the receiver.

Repeat for the remaining transmitters and receivers as described above.

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CAUTION!

Cleaning the receiver

Cleaning the receiver

Liquids can damage the electronics of the receiver!

Liquids entering the housing of the device can cause a short-circuit and damage the electronics.

Keep all liquids away from the receiver.

Do not use any solvents or cleansing agents.

Before cleaning, disconnect the receiver from the mains.

Use a cloth to clean the receiver from time to time.

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Recommendations and tips

Recommendations and tips

... for optimum reception

• Transmission range depends to a large extent on location and can vary from about 10 m to about 150 m. There should be a “free line of sight” between transmitting and receiving antennas.

• If, with the EM 2000 receiver, reception conditions are unfavourable, you should use two remote antennas which are connected via antenna cable.

• To avoid overloading the receiver, observe a minimum distance of 5 m between transmitting and receiving antennas.

• Observe a minimum distance of 50 cm between receiving antennas and metal objects

(such as cross members or reinforced-concrete walls). Align the antennas upwards in a

V-shape.

... for multi-channel operation

• Each of the frequency banks “ 1 ” to “ 20 ” accommodates factory-preset receiving frequencies which are intermodulation-free. For possible frequency combinations, please refer to the supplied frequency information sheet.

• The channels in the frequency banks “ U1 ” to “ U6 ” can be assigned freely selectable

frequencies (see page 26).

• When using several transmitters simultaneously, interference can be avoided by maintaining a minimum distance of 20 cm between two transmitters.

• Use accessories recommended by Sennheiser for multi-channel applications (see page 37).

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If a problem occurs ...

If a problem occurs ...

Problem

Receiver cannot be operated, “ Locked ” appears on the display panel

No operation indication

No RF signal

Possible cause

Lock mode is activated

No mains connection

Transmitter and receiver are not on the same channel

Transmission range is exceeded

Possible solution

Deactivate the lock mode (see page 15).

Check the connections of the mains cable.

Set the transmitter and receiver to the same channel. To do so, use the synchronization

function (see page 15).

Check the squelch threshold setting

(see page 18).

Reduce the distance between transmitter and receiving antennas.

Cancel the muting on the receiver

(see page 16).

RF signal available, no audio signal,

“ MUTE ” appears on the display panel

If “ RX Mute ” additionally appears on the display panel: receiver is muted

If “ TX Mute ” additionally appears on the display panel: transmitter is muted (“ MUTE ”) or transmitter doesn’t transmit a pilot tone

Receiver’s squelch threshold is adjusted too high

Cancel the muting on the transmitter (see the instruction manual of the transmitter).

Activate the pilot tone transmission on the transmitter (see the instruction manual of the transmitter).

Deactivate the pilot tone evaluation on the

receiver (see page 27).

Reduce the squelch threshold (see page 18).

Reposition the antennas.

Audio signal has a high level of background noise

Transmitter sensitivity is adjusted too low Adjust the transmitter sensitivity correctly

(see the instruction manual of the transmitter).

Audio signal is distorted Transmitter sensitivity is adjusted too high Adjust the transmitter sensitivity correctly (see the instruction manual of the transmitter).

Receiver’s audio output level is adjusted too high

Reduce the audio output level

(see page 25).

No access to a certain channel

During scanning, an RF signal has been detected on this channel and the channel has been locked

During scanning, a transmitter of your system operating on this channel has not been switched off

Set the transmitter operating on this channel to a different channel and redo

the frequency preset scan (see page 18).

Switch the transmitter off and redo the

frequency preset scan (see page 18).

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If a problem occurs ...

Problem Possible cause Possible solution

None of the diversity displays I or II appears on the display panel

Receiver’s squelch threshold is adjusted too high

Transmitter’s RF signal is too weak

Reduce the squelch threshold (see page 17).

Increase the transmission power of the transmitter.

Reduce the distance between transmitter and receiving antennas.

Check the antenna cables or the antennas.

During the soundcheck, only one diversity display

(I or II) appears on the display panel

One of the antennas is not correctly connected

Antennas are not optimally positioned Reposition the antennas.

If a problem occurs that is not listed in the above table or if the problem cannot be solved with the proposed solutions, please contact your local Sennheiser partner for assistance.

To find a Sennheiser partner in your country, search at www.sennheiser.com under “Service & Support”.

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Accessories

Cat. No.

Accessories

004368 GA 3030 AM antenna front mount kit

Antennas

502195 A 3700 antenna, active broadband antenna, omni-directional

502197 AD 3700 antenna, active broadband antenna, directional

Antenna booster

502196 AB 3700 antenna booster

Cables

087969 Antenna daisy-chain cable, 50

Ω, BNC, 0.25 m

002324 GZL 1019-A1 coaxial cable, type RG 58, BNC to BNC, 1 m

002325 GZL 1019-A5 coaxial cable, type RG 58, BNC to BNC, 5 m

002326 GZL 1019-A10 coaxial cable, type RG 58, BNC to BNC, 10 m

Accessories

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Specifications

Specifications

RF characteristics

Modulation

Receiving frequency ranges

Receiving frequencies

Switching bandwidth

Nominal/peak deviation

Receiver principle

Sensitivity (with HDX , peak deviation)

Adjacent channel rejection

Intermodulation attenuation

Blocking

Squelch

Pilot tone squelch

Antenna inputs

Antenna outputs

AF characteristics

Compander system

EQ presets

Preset 1: “ Flat “

Preset 2: “ Low Cut “

Preset 3: “ Low Cut/High Boost “

Preset 4: “ High Boost “

S/N ratio (1 mV, peak deviation)

THD

AF output voltage

(at peak deviation, 1 kHz AF

Adjustment range of audio output level

Overall device

Temperature range

Power supply

Current consumption

Dimensions

Weight wideband FM

516–558, 558–626, 626–698, 718–790, 790–865 MHz

(Aw to Dw, Gw, see page 4)

up to 3,000 frequencies, tuneable in steps of 25 kHz

20 frequency banks, each with up to 64 factory-preset channels, intermodulation-free

6 frequency banks, each with up to 64 user programmable channels up to 75 MHz

±

24 kHz/

±

48 kHz true diversity

≤ 2 μV for 52 dBA rms S/N typ.

≥ 80 dB typ.

≥ 75 dB

≥ 80 dB

Off, 5 to 25 dB

μV in steps of 2 dB can be switched off

2 BNC sockets with booster supply voltage

(11 VdB, 200 mA, cannot be switched off)

2 BNC sockets

Sennheiser HDX

(switchable, affect the line and monitor outputs)

–3 dB at 200 Hz

–3 dB at 200 Hz

+5.5 dB at 10 kHz

+5.5 dB at 10 kHz

≥ 120 dBA

≤ 0.9%

¼” (6.3 mm) jack socket (transformer balanced): +12 dBu

XLR-3M socket (transformer balanced): +18 dBu

48 dB (in steps of 1 dB), +6 dB gain reserve

–10°C to

+

55°C

100–240 V~

EM 2000: 0.2 A

EM 2050: 0.25 A approx. 217 x 483 x 43 mm

EM 2000: approx. 2,600 g

EM 2050: approx. 2,900 g

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Specifications

In compliance with

Europe

USA

EMC

Radio

Safety

EN 301489-1/-9

EN 300422-1/-2

EN 60065

47 CFR 15 subpart B

Approved by

Canada Industry Canada RSS 210,

IC: 2099A-EM20X0

Connector assignment

Audio

¼” (6.3 mm) stereo jack plug, transformer balanced

XLR-3F connector, transformer balanced

+

2 1

3

¼” (6.3 mm) stereo jack plug for headphone output

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Manufacturer Declarations

Manufacturer Declarations

Warranty

Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG gives a warranty of 24 months on this product.

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

In compliance with the following requirements

• RoHS Directive (2002/95/EC)

• WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC)

Please dispose of the receiver at the end of its operational lifetime by taking it to your local collection point or recycling center for such equipment.

CE Declaration of Conformity

0682

• R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC)

The declarations are available at www.sennheiser.com.

Before putting the device into operation, please observe the respective country-specific regulations.

Statements regarding FCC and Industry Canada

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with RSS-210 of Industry Canada.

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.

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 instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. 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 following 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.

This class B digital device complies with the Canadian ICES-003.

Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly approved by Sennheiser electronic Corp. may void the FCC authorization to operate this equipment.

Before putting the device into operation, please observe the respective country-specific regulations!

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Manufacturer Declarations

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Index

Index

Activating/deactivating lock mode (Auto Lock)

25

pilot tone evaluation (Pilot Tone)

27

warnings (Warnings)

30

Adjusting audio output level (AF Out)

25

contrast (LCD Contrast)

28

network configuration (IP-Address)

28

squelch threshold (Squelch)

22

transmitter parameters (Sync Settings)

29

Advanced Menu (extended menu) overview

18

settings

26

AF Out (adjusting the audio output level)

25

AF PEAK (warning message)

30

Amplifier/mixing console, connecting

12

Antennas connecting

9

mounting

11

Audio signal monitoring via headphones

14

muting (Mute)

16

Auto Lock (activating/deactivating the lock mode)

25

B

Buttons (function of the ~)

17

C

Channel overview

4

selecting (Easy Setup)

23

,

31

selecting (Frequency Preset)

24

selecting (Tune)

26

Cleaning (receiver)

33

Connecting amplifier/mixing console

12

antennas

9

headphones

14

mains cable

13

Current List (selecting an unused frequency preset)

23

D

Daisy-chaining (receiver)

12

Deactivating (lock mode temporarily)

15

Displays adjusting the contrast (LCD Contrast)

28

overview

7

standard displays

16

E

Easy Setup overview

18

settings

23

Equalizer (modifying the frequency response)

25

F

Frequency preset frequencies

4

~ ranges

4

selecting (Frequency Preset)

24

selecting ~ presets

24

setting a Receiving frequency

26

Frequency bank overview

4

selecting (Easy Setup)

23

,

31

selecting (Frequency Preset)

24

selecting (Tune)

26

~ system

4

Frequency Preset (selecting a frequency bank/ channel)

24

Frequency presets releasing (Reset List)

23

searching for unused ~ (Scan New List)

23

,

31

selecting (Current List)

23

G

Guitar Tuner changing the settings

27

tuning a guitar

21

H

I

Headphones, connecting

14

Infra-red transmission

15

IP-Address (adjusting the network configuration)

28

L

LCD Contrast (contrast of the display panel)

28

Lock mode activating/deactivating (Auto Lock)

25

deactivating temporarily

15

Locked (lock mode activated)

15

Low Battery (warning message)

30

Low RF Signal (warning message)

30

M

Menu (main menu) overview

18

settings

22

Mixing console/amplifier, connecting

12

Mounting antennas

11

receiver

9

Multi-channel operation

31

42

Mute (muting the audio signal)

16

Muting (audio signal)

16

N

Name (entering a name)

24

Network (connecting receivers in a network)

12

,

31

Network configuration, adjusting

28

O

Operating menu, using

19

P

Pilot tone (activating/deactivating the pilot tone evaluation)

27

R

Receiver cleaning

33

connecting ~s in a network

12

,

31

daisy-chaining

12

mounting into a rack

9

~ parameters (standard display)

7

placing onto a flat surface

9

switching on/off

14

synchronizing with transmitter

15, 31

Receiving frequency selecting (Frequency Preset)

23

,

26

setting (Tune)

26

Reception, optimizing

34

Reset (resetting the settings made in the operating menu)

28

Reset List (releasing all locked frequency presets)

23

RF (Radio Frequency)

7

RF Mute (warning message)

30

RX Mute (warning message)

30

RX Mute On/Off (muting the audio signal)

16

S

Scan New List (frequency preset scan)

23

,

31

Setting up multi-channel system

31

transmission link

31

Settings equalizer

25

guitar Tuner

27

Software Revision (displaying the software revision)

29

Squelch (adjusting the squelch)

22

Switching on/off (receiver)

14

Sync Settings (submenu) overview

18

settings

29

Index

Synchronizing (transmitter with receiver)

15

,

31

T

Transmission link, setting up

31

Transmitter adjusting the transmitter parameters (Sync

Settings)

29

synchronizing with receiver

15, 31

Troubleshooting

35

Tune (setting the receiving frequencies and frequency banks)

26

TX Mute (warning message)

30

U

Unlock (deactivating the lock mode)

15

Using guitar Tuner

21

operating menu

19

receiver

14

W

Warnings (Warnings) activating/deactivating

30

overview of warning messages

30

WSM (Wireless Systems Manager)

12

,

31

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Am Labor 1, 30900 Wedemark, Germany www.sennheiser.com

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