4. Parts Identification & Accessories ............5. Preparing procedures & basic operation ..........6. Recommendation..................... Thank you for choosing JTS wireless system. In order to obtain the best efficiency from the system, you are recommended to take few minutes to read this instruction manual carefully.
．Do not handle the power cord with wet hands. ．Keep the devices away from fire and heat sources. 2. Introduction The TG-10STX is an UHF PLL stantionary transmitter with 16 selectable channels. It works with all JTS 16 channel systems with channel indication 0,1,2..9,A,B..F.
5. Preparing procedures & basic operation (1.) Connect the main unit Connect the DC INPUT in the rear panel of TG-10STX to an AC to DC adaptor. (2.) Basic operation 1. Connect the mixer output to the XLR / Ø6.3mm combo CH1 input at the rear panel of TG-10STX with AF input cable.
The user-friendly antenna comes with BNC connector. Connect the antenna on the rear of the transmitter and align ANTENNA OUT it upward. (5.) Power On / Off TG-10STX Monitor CH1/CH2 CH3 UHF PLL Transmitter AUDIO LEVEL Turn on or turn off the transmitter by...
Multiple Systems Make use of the loop out connectors to deliver one signal from the mixer to multiple TG-10STX or other devices. 1. Connect the mixer outputs to inputs of the first transmitter. 2. Connect loop out connectors of the first transmitter to the second one.
5. Preparing procedures & basic operation (1.) Power output connector Plug in one end of AC/DC adaptor cable to DC input socket in the rear panel of receiver, and plug another end into an AC outlet.(Step 1) (2.) Audio output connector Connect one end of the AF output cable to the AF output socket in the rear panel, then plug another end to the “MIC IN”...
(7.) Adjusting the AF output level Use the AF output level control located on the front side of the receiver to adjust the AF signel level that appears at output. (8.) DR-900 dual pack adaptor The dual rack adaptor is available to unify the half rack space into a standard EIA size with single or dual units.