User manual ELECTRO-VOICE FMR-1000

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[. . . ] A guitar symbol will appear in the display to indicate instrument mode. Turn the receiver off and connect the mixer or other audio system to the receiver XLR Connector or the ¼ inch Line Level Jack. Use the up and down arrows to change the Group number to match the Group number displayed on the receiver. Use the up and down arrow buttons to change the Channel to match the receiver. [. . . ] Battery Cover - Screw type Handheld Transmitter Setup and Operation 1. With the transmitter and receiver on and matching Group and Channel, the main receiver display should be indicating a RF signal on the bar graph. Speak into the microphone and the Audio Meter bar graph should indicate audio signal presence. If the level meters do not show reception, make sure the channels are matching and refer to the trouble shooting section. Adjustment of the transmitter audio gain - If necessary The transmitter audio gain is factory set at the middle of the range, which should be suitable for most applications. For loud or soft speakers/singers, a gain adjustment may be necessary. Have the speaker or singer use the microphone in a normal performance level voice. The Audio Meter in the main receiver display screen should show peaks around the -3dB level. If the meter peaks all the way to the right or well below the -3dB level, adjust the transmitter audio gain. To adjust the transmitter gain, gently insert the provided screwdriver (or other 3/32 - 2. 5 mm screwdriver) into the adjustment hole above the display screen. Turn lightly until the screwdriver tip goes into the adjustment level control Gently turn counterclockwise until the control stops (the microphone output is at minimum but not off). Slowly turn the gain control up (clockwise) while speaking/singing into the microphone and audiometer shows peaks around -3 dB. To adjust the transmitter gain, gently insert the provided screwdriver (or other screwdriver) into the adjustment potentiometer. Gently turn counterclockwise until the control stops (the microphone output is at minimum but not off). Slowly turn the gain con trol up (clock wise) while speaking/singing into the microphone or strumming the guitar and the audiometer shows peaks around -3 dB. NOTE: Operating with the transmitter audio gain set as high as possible (without distortion or peaks all the way to the right end of the meter) will result in the best performance and highest signal to noise ratio. Other Screens: Press SET and DOWN at the same time to display the battery level. Frequency Edit Mode - Press SET from the frequency display screen to enter frequency edit mode. Holding the Up or Down buttons down will auto step the frequency; slowly at first, then quickly. You can also enter frequency edit mode by pressing SET and UP at the same time from either the Group and Channel or Battery status display screens. Pressing SET and UP at the same time from the Frequency display screen will enter Group and Channel edit mode. Power Lock Out - Press and hold SET, UP, and DOWN at the same time and hold for 3 seconds to lock the power switch on. To turn the unit off, place the power switch in the OFF position and push SET, UP, or DOWN. [. . . ] When setting up more than one system, set up the first system using the Auto-ClearScanTM function. Section 5 - Trouble Shooting Guide Possible Causes Receiver is off Problem No audio and no display on the receiver Solutions Make sure that the power supply is properly connected and the on/off button is in the on position Turn on transmitter power switch No audio and no RF signal indicator on the receiver display Transmitter is off Transmitter is on a different channel No (or dead) battery in transmitter Faulty battery contacts No Audio with good RF signal indicator but no (or low) Audio indicator on the receiver display Microphone not connected Match the transmitter group and channel to the one displayed on the receiver Insert fresh battery in transmitter Clean and or bend contact Check the TA4F connector on the bodypack or the detachable microphone element connection on the handheld Increase the transmitter gain Con nect, repair or re place cable Increase gain on mixer or un-mute the input In crease the au dio out put setting Decrease the transmitter gain setting Decrease the receiver output setting Insert fresh battery in transmitter Make sure all the channels in use are from the same group. If more channels are needed call Telex at 800-392-3497 for coordination help Use ClearScan to change the operating frequency. If problems per sist, call Telex at 800-392-3497 for coordination help Low gain set ting on the transmitter No (or low) Audio with good RF signal and Audio indicators on receiver display Receiver audio output cable is damaged or disconnected Gain not sufficient on mixer/preamp/amp input or it is muted Re ceiver out put too low (1/4" output) Distorted audio signal Transmitter audio gain too high Re ceiver out put too high (1/4" output) Battery level low in transmitter Interference Another FMR-1000 system in the in stal la tion is on the same channel or the signals are mixing Another wireless product in the area is on the same frequency or the sig nals are mixing -10- Trouble Shooting Guide (continued) Problem Interference (continued) Possible Causes Receiver is too close to digital signal processor or similar device Strong electromagnetic field from stage lighting or other source near the transmitter or receiver, which may be producing RF noise at or near the operating frequency Solutions Move the receiver to a different location Use ClearScan to change the operating frequency. Move the receiver to a different location Short range or drop-outs RF reflective metal obstacles between the transmitter and receiver Poorly ori ented beltpack antenna Move the obstacles, or reposition the receiver/antennas Check the antenna connect i o n a n d re - o ri e n t t h e bodypack so the antenna is vertical (up and down) and facing the receiver, if possible Check all an tenna connections and reposition to be in line-of-sight with the transmitter Disable lock out (see pages 3 and 9) Put the on/off switch in the off position and press one of the programming buttons (see page 9) Faulty re ceiv ing an tenna system Can't change settings on receiver or transmitter B o d y p ac k o r H an d h e l d transmitter will not turn off, display says On-Loc Lock-out feature is enabled On/Off lock-out is engaged -11- Section 6 - Technical Specifications FMR-1000 Receiver Specifications Overall Receiver Type . [. . . ]

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