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If your system is FCC Class B, the following applies: Note – 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.
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1. INTRODUCTION Thank you for choosing the most advanced wireless microphone system from Peavey. In today's audio world, the demand for operating many wireless microphone systems simultaneously is greatly increasing. Furthermore, audio engineers would like to have a unit that has easy frequency agility, more non- interfering channels and interference-free operation.
2. PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS Front Panel: (1) Front Antenna Input Connectors (A and B): located on optional rack-mount ears: Allows an optional rear-to-front Antenna kit for front antenna placement on OPTIONAL rack-mount brackets. (2) Power Switch and Indicator: When switch is turned on, the red indicator illuminates, indicating normal power status.
Rear Panel: (4) Rear Antenna Input Connectors (A/B): Installed with antenna directly. This connector also provides power for optional antenna booster. (5) Balanced Audio output Jack: XLR type connector provides a balanced output signal from the receiver to the mixer. (6) Line-Level Switch: Used for the selection of either Mic-level or Line-level output.
Fig. 3 or on front rack-mount ears (1). Caution: These sockets have 8 Volts DC supplied to them, which enables you to directly connect the Peavey antenna booster for antenna runs longer than 30' (9.144m). At that point it is recommended that you install an optional antenna booster to make up for signal loss through the cable and ensure the sensitivity of the reception.
(a) Unbalanced Output: When using an instrument/patch cable, connect one end of the cable to the unbalanced output (8) of the receiver and the other end to the "LINE IN" jack of a mixer or guitar/bass amplifier input, as illustrated in Fig. 3. (b) Balanced Output: When using an XLR (microphone) cable, connect the female end of the cable to the balanced XLR output connector (9) on the receiver and the male end of the cable to the microphone input of the mixer, as...
4. 19'' RACK INSTALLATION (1) Single Receiver (Half-rack) (a) Fasten OPTIONAL rack-mount kit to receiver using supplied screws on each side of the receiver as illustrated in Fig. 5. (2) Dual Receivers (Full-Rack) (a) Remove the screws located on the top and bottom of both units and locate the units next to each other and align.
(3) Mount the receiver(s) into a standard 19" rack as illustrated in Fig. 7. NOTE: To ensure best possible reception, the receiver must be installed at least 3’ (.914m) above the ground. In addition, the distance between the transmitter and receiver must be more than 3'(.914m) as illustrated in Fig.8.
5. RECEIVER OPERATING PROCEDURES (1) Be sure that the level controls of the mixer or guitar/bass amplifier are turned down to a minimum setting before switching on the receiver. After the receiver power switch has been turned on, the red power LED indicator will illuminate.
(a) G/CH: Indicates or selects the receiver GROUP and CHANNEL. There are nine separate Groups. Each group contains between three and 16 separate channels, giving 100 different channels for use. Selecting/Changing GROUP: Press the "MENU" button until the "G/CH" function is selected. This will be indicated by a block that will appear around the selected function located in the upper right corner of the display.
Selecting/Changing CHANNEL: NOTE: In order for the receiver to recognize that a frequency is occupied, make sure all transmitters that are to be used are powered up. Press the "MENU" button until the "G/CH" function is selected. This will be indicated by a block that will appear around the selected function located in the upper right corner of the display.
Viewing Channel FREQUENGY: Press the "MENU" button until the "FREQ" function is selected. This will be indicated by a block that will appear around the selected function located in the upper right corner of the display. The frequency displayed will be for that particular channel for that particular group.
Selecting/Adjusting SQ: Press the "MENU" button until the "SQ" function is selected. This will be indicated by a block that will appear around the selected function located in the upper right corner of the display. Press the "GROUP" ▲ button or the "SCAN" ▼ button to either increase or decrease the level.
Selecting/Changing MUTE: Press the "MENU" button until the "VOL” function is selected. This will be indicated by a block that will appear around the selected function located in the upper right corner of the display. Press the "GROUP" ▲ button or the "SCAN" ▼ button to place the receiver in a "Mute"...
(e) NAME: Indicates or sets up the name of the receiver. This allows you to give a six character identification to the receiver (i.e. user's name, instrument name etc.). This is extremely helpful when in a rack or with other devices. Selecting/Setting Name: Press the "MENU"...
CCS: Enables the user to change channels on the transmitter by simply pressing a button Selecting/Operating CCS : Once the Group and Channel have been established on the receiver, the information must be transferred to the transmitter. With the transmitter switched to the ON position, arrange it so that the rear of the handheld transmitter or the face of the belt pack transmitter are facing the receiver as illustrated in Fig.
Selecting/Changing LOCK/UNLOCK: Press and hold the "MENU" button until the word "LOCK" appears momentarily on the panel. At that point only the "CCS" button is active. This prevents inadvertent or unintentional changes to the settings. Press and hold the "MENU" button until the word "UNLOCK" appears on the panel.
7. COMPUTER NETWORK INTERFACE OPERATION (1) Connect the network interface remote connector (8) on the back of the receiver to the interface converter (this requires at least two linking cables for each pairing). Then use RJ 11 telephone cable to connect the converter to the RS-232 or USB COM PORT on the computer as illustrated in Fig.
1 Amp. (2) To ensure maximum sensitivity, use only the proper antennas designed for Peavey receivers. (3) Antenna sockets have 8VDC supplied to them for the operation of boosters if necessary. DO NOT SHORT the antenna connector. Make...
1. PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (1) Grille: Protects microphone capsule and reduces "POP" noise. (2) Handle Housing: Houses electronics and battery compartment (3) LCD Display: Indicates function information such as Error, Group ID, Channel ID, Battery Status and Power Off (4) Battery Compartment: Designed to accommodate two 1.5 Volt (AA) batteries (5) Battery Cap: Covers batteries and battery compartment...
3. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (1) Power on: when powering up the microphone, switch the power switch (2) to the ON position- The Battery Status indicator will flash briefly, indicating normal operational status. (b)When the indicator remains illuminated or does not illuminate at all, the battery level is low or exhausted and must be replaced for continued operation.
(2) “GROUP" and "CHANNEL": When both items are shown, they indicate the user is currently using a pre-programmed frequency in the receiver. (3) “CHANNEL" Only: lf only the channel number is shown in the display, it indicates the user is using a personalized frequency. (4) Battery Status: Indicates the power remaining in the transmitter battery.
1. PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (1) AF Input Jack: Connects to lavalier, headset microphones or to guitar cable. (see P23 for five different ways of connecting the TA4F AF input connector). (2) Power Switch: Powers up unit. Switch to OFF position when not in use to extend battery life.
(3) Battery Status Indicator: Indicates the power on and battery condition. (a) When the power switch is turned on, the indicator will flash briefly, indicating normal operational status. (b) When the indicator remains illuminated the battery level is low and must be replaced for continued operation. (4) Transmitting Antenna: 1/4"...
(11) Detachable Belt Clip: Allows for 360 degrees of rotation to suit transmitting angles. To detach, simply use a screwdriver on a 45-degree angle to unfasten (see Fig. 2). 2. BATTERY INSTALLATION (1) Push in on both battery cover snap locks (10) to open battery compartment as illustrated in Fig.3...
(2) Insert two 1.5 Volt (AA) batteries into the battery compartment, being careful of the proper polarity as illustrated in Fig.4 NOTE: When transmitter is not in use, make sure it is switched off. If the transmitter will not be used for some time, please remove the batteries from the battery compartment to avoid battery leakage which could result in damage to the microphone.
(4) Connecting mics or cable: Before making these connections, power down the transmitter to prevent damage. Make these connections by plugging the connector into the AF input jack (1) and tightening the locking connector down by rotating it in a clockwise direction as illustrated in Fig.5. Then power unit up again.
5. FUNCTIONS OF LCD DISPLAY (1) "ERR" Message: When "ERR" appears in the display it indicates that an operational error has occurred. Please refer to the following codes to diagnose which error you are experiencing ERR no01 - EEPROM is not being programmed or internal data error. ERR no02 - For testing only.
ERR no04 - The frequency you are about to program into the system is below the microphone's frequency lower limit (At this time the microphone is still operable and the frequency remains unchanged. To clear the "ERR" message in LCD display, simply turn off the power and switch back on.).