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Yamaha XW-CS-700 Manual

Wireless extension microphone kit for the yamaha cs-700.
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XW-CS-700
Wireless extension microphone kit
for the Yamaha CS-700
Congratulations on your purchase of the XW-CS-700, a wireless extension microphone kit for the Yamaha CS-700. The
XW-CS-700 allows additional microphone pick-up in a room without having to wire the room with audio cables, allowing
for a clean extension of the microphone capture of the Yamaha CS-700.
Please read the safety documentation for the components that are part of the XW-CS-700 kit carefully and follow their
instructions.
The components in this kit will require to be prepared before first use. Please follow the set-up instructions as provided
in this document.

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  • Page 1 XW-CS-700 allows additional microphone pick-up in a room without having to wire the room with audio cables, allowing for a clean extension of the microphone capture of the Yamaha CS-700. Please read the safety documentation for the components that are part of the XW-CS-700 kit carefully and follow their instructions.
  • Page 2 3. Power Cord Receptacle — power supply input, 5 VDC (on rear) Important: The Serial Number of the Microphones used with the XW-CS-700 should start with a 7010 or 8020. Serial numbers starting with numbers different than 7010 or 8020 are not approved to be used with the CS-700 extension microphone kit! In the supported microphones the Lithium Polymer rechargeable batteries that power the microphones are field replaceable.
  • Page 3 Pairing the wireless microphone to the Receiver Pairing creates a link between the wireless microphone and the Receiver, with a unique identifier. This process only needs to be done once. Afterwards the microphone will automatically try to connect to the same Receiver whenever it is lifted from the Charger or otherwise switched on.
  • Page 4 Revolabs™ HD Single/Dual user documentation. To use the HD Control Panel Software: 1. Download the Revolabs HD Control Panel software from https://uc.yamaha.com/products/microphone- systems/hd-wireless-microphone-system/ 2. Connect the PC to the HD Single/Dual Receiver via USB.
  • Page 5 Connecting the Wireless Receiver to the Yamaha CS-700 The proprietary audio cable included in the kit allows to connect the wireless Receiver to the CS-700 unit. Plug the 3.5mm side of the cable into the “Ch1 Out” receptacles. Ensure that DIP switch 1 was set to “On” ensuring that the output carries both audio streams in case two microphones are being used.
  • Page 6 Using the Omni-Directional Tabletop Wireless Microphone The Omni-directional Tabletop Wireless Boundary Microphone enables multiple conference attendees to use a single microphone. 360 º pickup pattern 1. LED display — visual status for microphone status, like not-yet-activated, activated, and pairing. 2. Mute button — if DIP switches are configured as described above, this button will allow to activate the microphone after it has been taken out of the Charger but has no effect thereafter.
  • Page 7 Receiver and sent to the CS-700. As part of the Revolabs™ HD microphone series, Yamaha offers different microphone types which can be added to the XM-CS-700.
  • Page 8: Trouble Shooting

    To activate the microphone press the mute button once, the LEDs will switch colors to blinking green. Available microphones that can be used with the wireless extension microphone for the CS-700: Microphone Description Yamaha UC SKU HD Omni-Directional Wireless Boundary Microphone 01-HDTBLMIC-OM-11 HD Directional Wireless Boundary Microphone 01-HDTBLMIC-DR-11...
  • Page 9: Frequently Asked Questions

    Muting the wireless microphone has no impact on the CS-700 mute status. Once the LED light of the microphone is blinking green, pressing the mute button should have no effect – the LED should remain green. If the LED changes colors from green blinking to red blinking and back whenever the mute button is pressed, the DIP switch setting on the Receiver is incorrect.
  • Page 10 © Yamaha Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Published 05/2019 SC-XWCS-201905-EN/ 2950305-00 V 1.0 Manufacturer: Yamaha Unified Communications, Inc. Address: 144 North Road, Suite 3250 Sudbury, MA 01776, USA...

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