■ Epson accepts no responsibility for any of the components of this product falling due to the lack of strength of the ceiling or inadequate installation.
■ Make sure all the bolts, screws, and nuts are tight once the installation is finished. There is a risk of the system falling and it could cause severe injury if any of the hardware is loose. ■ Be aware of the neck strap when using the pendant microphone. The neck strap may snap off if handled roughly.
■ Turn off the microphone power after use. Parts List Before starting, make sure you have all the parts listed below. If you’re missing any parts, contact Epson as described on page 16. Pendant microphone Neck strap AA alkaline batteries...
Getting Started Before you can use your pendant microphone, you need to do the following: ■ Install the IR receiver module ■ Install and connect the IR dome sensor ■ Attach the neck strap ■ Insert the batteries ■ Adjust the sound Install the IR Receiver Module Follow the steps below to install the IR receiver module.
Coaxial cable Warning: Make sure that the ceiling is strong enough to support the IR dome sensor and coaxial cable. Epson accepts no responsibility for the IR dome sensor falling due to insufficient ceiling strength or inadequate installation. Getting Started...
Bend both ends of the mounting bracket as shown below. Securely attach the IR dome sensor to the ceiling. Installation varies depending on your building construction. Attach the coaxial cable to the back of the IR dome sensor. Secure the coaxial cable to the ceiling. Note: The coaxial cable can also be run in the ceiling instead of securing it to the ceiling.
Reconnect the ends of the neck strap. Insert Batteries If the power button on the pendant microphone turns red or doesn’t illuminate, you may need to insert or replace the batteries. Follow the steps below to insert batteries in the pendant microphone.
Adjust the neck strap so that the top of the microphone is just below your collarbone. Set the switch to Channel Note: The channel must be set to 1 when the microphone is used with the Connection & Control Box. Channel 2 is not available. Emitter Press the power button until it clicks into place.
Speak normally into the microphone and gradually increase the gain control knob on the IR receiver IR receiver gain control module. knob 10. Now you can adjust the volume control on the Connection & Control Box. Note: If necessary, you can also adjust the volume on the speakers and any other audio sources that are connected.
If you need to adjust the volume, use your external audio device’s volume control. Note: If your audio device doesn’t have a volume control, you can use the microphone Gain control wheel to adjust the volume from your external audio device.
Solving Problems If you have a problem with your pendant microphone kit, check the following sections for basic troubleshooting suggestions. Problems and Solutions There is no sound ■ If you can’t hear audio from the microphone, make sure that the Gain control wheel on the pendant microphone is set so that the white line is next to Up, but still visible.
External audio devices are too loud ■ Use the volume control on the external audio device to decrease the volume of the external audio device. ■ Adjust the audio levels, see page 9 for details. I hear feedback (howling) ■ Move the pendant microphone away from the speakers.
IR dome sensor Input Voltage DC 24 V (draws power from IR receiver) Size 4.0" × 1.2" (10.1 × 3 cm) (not including connector) Weight 6.17 ounces (175 g) Temperature Operating: 41 °F to 95 °F (5 °C to 35 °C) Humidity Operating: 20% - 80% Cable (coaxial)