Important Cautions Always makes all connections before plugging the unit into an AC power outlet. Do not leave the device in a place neither with high temperature nor high humidity. Always do not handle the power cord with wet hands! Keep the devices away from re and heat sources.
3-3 Transmitter Model No. Mh-8800 / Mh-8016 Mh-8800G/ Mh-8064 Channel Type Handheld Handheld Ball Grille Shape Flat top Flat top Spurious Rejection <-60dBc <-60dBc Stability ±10KHz ±10KHz Frequency Deviation ±48 KHz ±48 KHz S/N Ratio >100 dB (1 KHz-A) >100 dB (1 KHz-A) Current Consumption 100 mA 100 mA...
4-2 Handheld Transmitter Mh-8800(Mh-8800G) Handheld Transmitter Interchangeable capsule module LCD display Down bu on Up bu on Set bu on Ba ery tray Power On/O switch Mute On/O switch Mh-8016(Mh-8064) Handheld Transmitter Interchangeable capsule module Power On/O switch Channel Selection Gain Level Group Se ing Ba ery tray...
4-3 Body-pack Transmitter PT-920B(PT-920BG) Mic. input (4 pin mini XLR socket) Power On/O switch Antenna LCD display Up bu on Down bu on Gain adjust Ba ery tray cover Screwdriver Carry case Ba ery tray Set bu on Belt-loop PT-920Bmi(PT-920BGmi) Mic.
Preparing procedures & basic operation 5-1Receiver (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” input socket of a mixer or ampli er. (Step 1 of Figure 1) ∅...
(5) LCD Panel US-902D Pro RF incoming signal level of RX1 RF incoming signal level of RX2 AF incoming signal level of RX1 AF incoming signal level of RX2 Diversity of RX1 (Antenna A or B active) Diversity of RX2 (Antenna A or B active)
US-903DC Pro RF incoming signal level of RX1 RF incoming signal level of RX2 AF incoming signal level of RX1 AF incoming signal level of RX2 Diversity of RX1 (Antenna A or B active) Diversity of RX2 (Antenna A or B active) Group &...
(6) Basic Operation US-902D Pro Selecting channel Press the Up or Down bu on till the RX1 starts ashing, and again press the Up / Down bu on to select a suitable channel from the pre-set 16 channels. Later the RX1 stop ashing, the receiver will store the channel automatically meanwhile presenting the channel number.
US-903DC Pro Selecting group channel: Group set up: Step 1 Press “SET” bu on two sec. till the “SETUP” show up, then “A-1” starts ashing, press the Up or Down bu on to select a suitable group from the pre-set four group of A,B,C,D. en, press “SET”...
Using the ba ery charge of US-903DC Pro Push the charger’ s cover and put 4 pcs of rechargeable ba eries into the ba ery tray. Please match the correct polarity (+ and -) (Figure 1), then return the cover for charging the ba eries.
5-2 Handheld Transmitter Mh-8800/Mh-8800G (1) Ba ery Insertion Insert 2 pcs 1.5V ba eries into the ba ery tray. (Figure 3) A er pu ing into the ba ery, switch on the power switch. (Figure 4) (Figure 3) (Figure 4) (2) LCD Operation Up bu on Down bu on...
Mh-8016/Mh-8064 (1) Ba ery Insertion Insert 2 pcs 1.5V AA ba eries into the ba ery tray. (Figure 1) A er pu ing into the ba ery, switch on the power switch. (Figure 2) (Figure 1) Mh-8016 Mh-8064 (Figure 2) (2) Channel Selecting 2.1 Mh-8016 Screw o the outer body.
5-3 Body-pack Transmitter PT-920B(PT-920BG) Body-pack transmitter 1. LCD panel Main display Ba ery indictor 2. Basic operation (1) Slide the ba ery tray cover in the direction of the arrow to open it, insert two 1.5V ba eries according the correct polarity, and return the cover (Figure 3) DOWN (Figure 3) (2) Turning the transmi er On.
5-4 Installation of Condenser Microphones 1. Lavaliere microphone A ach lavaliere microphone to a tie, lapel, where is suitable for sound pick-up. Plug the connector into input socket on the body-pack transmi er. (Figure 1) (Figure 1) 2. Headset microphone Put the headband behind your head, and x the temples on your ears as (Figure 2) shows, then adjust the gooseneck to have best miking.
System operation Be sure to mute the audio signal of mixer or ampli er before turning on the receiver and transmi er. 6-1 Power on Turn AF level on the receiver completely counter-clockwise to the minimum level, and switch on the receiver. As soon as you turn power on of receiver, LCD lights on, meanwhile the RF signal and AF level indicate the transmission status, and receiver is ready for operating.
6-3 Wearing the Body-pack transmitter e carry case allows body-pack transmi er to be a ached on performer’ s belt, place the antenna towards the back of his body. e Velcro tag around the belt and x it. (Figure 1) (Figure 1) Recommendations 1.
US-902D Pro / US-903DC Pro 59508-002-03...