User manual ELECTRO-VOICE CM12-2 BROCHURE

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[. . . ] urnonthetransmitterandholdtheEZsyncportfacingthereceiverEZSyncport, T aboutafoot(50cm)away. 8 EZsync EZsync CM12-2 CM12-2 ClearScan ClearScan SYNC EZsync EZsync SYNC CM12-2 CM12-2 Clear Clear SET SET e. PresstheSYNCbuttononthereceivertotransferthechannelinformation. f. ThereceiverwilldisplaySYNCuntilthedataistransferred, thenreturntothemainscreen. h. fthechanneldatawasnottransferredtothetransmitterafter5seconds, thereceiver I willdisplayERROR. BecertainthatthetransmitterisOnandtheEZsyncportisfacingthereceiver andtryagain. i. fthedatastilldoesnottransfer, trynewbatteries, ormovetheunittoashadedareaawayfrom I directsunlightbeforetryingagain. 9 02 deTailed coMponent descriptions 4. [. . . ] b. Whenthescaniscomplete, thedisplaywillshowtheclearestavailablechannel. uringsetupmakesurethemixeroramplifierinputusedfortheCM12-2ismutedor D turneddowntoaminimumlevel. 6. Pluganaudiocable(notsupplied)intothe3pinXLRor¼inchoutputoftheCM12-2. Note:TheXLRconnectoristhepreferredconnectionsincetheoutputisbalancedandwillbe moreimmunetonoiseforlongerrunsofcablealthougheithercanbeusedwithgoodresults. Setthebalancedoutputlevelonthebackpanelto12o'clock(midwayintherange)tostartand adjustlaterifnecessary. Ifthe¼inchunbalancedoutputisused, startwithadjustmentswitchin the-10dBsetting. 10 7. iththetransmitteron, speakintothemicrophoneorplaytheguitar. Turnupthelevelonthemixer W oramplifieruntilyouareabletohearthedesiredsignal. Ifnoaudioispresent, repeatsetupand refertothetroubleshootingsection. Note:Itmaybenecessarytoadjustthereceiveroutputuntilthevolumelevelfromthewireless systemapproximatesthelevelofanequivalentwiredmicrophone/instrument. displaYThemaindisplaycanbeadjustedtodisplaytheChannelnumberortheFrequency Note:Atanytimetheitemnotselectedforthemaindisplaycanbeshownfor5secondsby pushingtheSETbuttononce a. PressandholdtheSETbuttonuntilDISPLYshowsinthedisplay. tanytimetheitemnotselectedforthemaindisplaycanbeshownfor5secondsby A pushingtheSETbuttononce. 11 02 deTailed coMponent descriptions 9. change lock-Out Thisfeaturecanbeusefulwhenthereceiverisinalocationwhere unauthorizedpersonnelhaveaccesstothereceiver. WiththeLOCKON, thechannelcannot bechangedandthewordLOCKisdisplayedwhenthe or buttonispushed. b. Press todisplayLOCK c. PressSETandONorOFFwillbedisplayedtoshowthestatusofthelock-out. Repeattoturnmuteoff. 19 03 GUideliNesANDRECOMMENDATIONSForBestPerformance compatibility Thetransmitterandreceivermustbeofthesamefrequencybandandsettothesamechannelinorder toworktogether. TheCM12-2isavailableinthreefrequencybands, A, BandE(Europeonly). Theband informationisavailableinthelabelonthebottomofthereceiver, thelabelinthebatterycompartmentof thehandheldtransmitter, andonthebackpanellabelinthebodypack. Using Multiple Wireless systems IfthreeormoreCM12-2systemsand/orotherUHF/VHFwirelesssystemsarebeingusedinthesame location, properfrequencycoordinationisnecessarytoavoidinterference. SomechannelsintheCM12-2 aredesignedtoworktogether, seethechannelmapsinthebackoftheguideformoreinformation. ContactyourdealerorElectro-Voiceforassistanceifyouareplanningmoresystemsorusingthe CM12-2withotherwirelessequipment. Multiple systems and r300 TheClearScanfunctioncanbeusedtosetupanytwoCM12-2systems. Justscanwiththefirstunit, setthetransmittertothatclearchannelandleaveiton. Thenscanthesecondunitforanotherclear channel. If3ormoresystemsareusedinthesameroom, putallofthechannelsinthesamegroupas indicatedbythechannelmaponpage29-31. potential sources of interference Therearemanypotentialsourcesofinterferenceforyourwirelesssystem. Anyelectronicproduct thatcontainsdigitalcircuitryincludingdigitalsignalprocessors(reverb/multi-effectsunits), electronic keyboards, digitallightingcontrollers, CDandDVDplayers, andcomputers, allemitRFenergythatcan 20 adverselyaffecttheperformanceofyourwirelesssystem. Itisalwaysbesttoplacethereceiverasfar awayaspossiblefromthesedevicestominimizepotentialproblems. AnalogandDigitalTelevisionstationscanalsointerferewithyourwirelesssystem. TheCM12-2is designedtooperateover16MHzofRFbandwidth, whichcovers3USTVstations. Iftwoofthethree stationsareusedinyourarea, itwillseverelylimitthenumberofsystemsthatwilloperatetogetherand youshouldbeusingadifferentband. Ifproblemspersist, callEVat800-392-3497for coordinationhelp Movethereceivertoadifferentlocation UseClearScantochangetheoperatingfrequency. Repairorremovethesourceofinterference. Move thereceivertoadifferentlocation Movetheobstacles, orrepositionthe receiver/antennas Checktheantennaconnectionandreorientthe bodypacksotheantennaisvertical(upanddown) andfacingthereceiver, ifpossible Checksquelchsetting, highersettingsmean shorterrange Checkallantennaconnectionsandrepositiontobe inline-of-sightwiththetransmitter DisablelockoutbypressingSETfor3seconds, press todisplayLOCK, pressSET, press to turnlockoff, pressSET. Interference Shortrangeordrop-outs Squelchsettoohigh Faultyreceivingantennasystem Can'tchangesettings onreceiver Lockoutfeatureisenabled 23 05 speciFicaTiONs r300 receiver ReceiverType FrequencyRange(RF) NumberofChannels Modulation Diversity RFSensitivity ImageRejection Squelch FCCCertification PowerRequirements OperatingTemperature Dimensions SynthesizedPLL ABand618­634MHz BBand678­694MHz EBand850­865MHz 32 +/-40kHz Antenna <1. 0Vfor12dBSINAD >55dB ToneCodeplusAmplitude ApprovedunderPart15 12-16VDC, 500mAmax 5ºto45ºC(41ºto113ºF) 1. 72"Hx7. 8"Wx8. 0"D 43mmHx206mmWx210mmD 24 audio parameters FrequencyResponse BalancedOutput UnbalancedOutput Distortion Signal-to-NoiseRatio DynamicRange Transmitters bp-300 and HT-300 RadiatedOutput MicrophoneHeadElectroVoice PowerRequirements StandardLavalierMicrophone TA4FConnectorWiring PowerRequirements BatteryLife(Typical) BodypackAntenna HandheldAntenna Dimensions(Handheld) Dimensions(Bodypack) 8mWtypical PL22Dynamic TwoAABatteries EVULM18 Uni-DirectionalCondenser Pin1:Ground;Pin2MicInput;Pin3:+5Vbias;Pin4:N/C TwoAABatteries >14hourswithAAAlkalineTypical Flexibleexternal¼wave InternalProprietary 26. 7cm(10. 57in. )Long 3. 3in. Hx2. 6in. Wx0. 89in. D 84mmHx66mmWx23mmD 80­18kHz+/-2dB 20dBV(max@40kHzdeviation) Adjustable8mVto0. 755VRMS <1. 0%, 0. 4%typical(ref1kHz, 40kHzdeviation) >100dBAWeighted >95dB 25 06 cerTiFicaTiONs (Dependingonfrequencyselectedandcountryofoperation) CM12-2receiver, HT-300andBP-300transmitters:CertifiedtoETSIEN300422-2andETSIEN301489-9, ConformstoEuropeanUniondirectives, eligibletobearCEmarkingaspertheR&TTEdirective. CM12-2receiver:CertifiedforuseinCanadaunderRSS210Issue5. HT-300andBP-300transmitters: CertifiedforuseinCanadaunderRSS123Issue1. CM12-2receiver:AuthorizedunderU. S. FederalcommunicationsCommissionPart15. HT-300andBP-300transmitters:CertifiedunderU. S. FederalCommunicationsCommissionPart74. [. . . ] ThesedevicescomplywithPart15oftheFCCRules. Operationissubjecttotheconditionthatthedevice doesnotcauseharmfulinterference. Licensingofthisequipmentistheuser'sresponsibilityandisdeterminedbytheuser'sclassification, theuser's application, andfrequencyselected. Theusershouldcontacttheappropriatetelecommunicationsauthorityfor anydesiredclarification. Anychangesormodificationsmadetotheaforementionedequipment, bytheuser, couldvoidtheuser'sauthoritytooperatetheequipment. Thisequipmentisintendedforuseinwirelessmicrophoneapplications. Equipmentintendedforsalein(ISO3166-1, 2lettercountrycode):AT, BE, BG, CY, CZ, DK, EE, FI, FR, DE, GR, HU, IS, IEIT, LV, LT, LU, MT, NL, NO, PL, PT, RO, SK, SI, ES, SE, CH, GB. Thisequipmentisincompliancewiththefollowingdirectives: 2002/95/ECRoHSDirectiveand2002/96/ECWEEEDirective Pleasedisposeofthebasestationandtransmittersattheendofitsoperationallife, bytakingittoyourclosestcollectionpointorrecyclingcenter. 26 FacTOrYSERVICE Factory service (North america) Iffactoryserviceisrequired, shiptheunitprepaidinitsoriginalcartonto: EVAudioService c/oBoschSecuritySystems, Inc. [. . . ]

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