Radio Shack PDWM-2600 User Manual

Size:
182.17 Kb
Download

PDWM-2600

www.pyleaudio.com

PDWM-2600

DUAL UHF WIRELESS MICROPH0NE SYSTEM

OPERATION MANUAL

Thanks for your support and trust to us while choosing our wireless microphone series with excellent quality. To ensure it functions well, Please read this manual carefully before operation.

PDWM-2600

PDWM-2600

DUAL UHF WIRELESS MICROPH0NE SYSTEM

Avoid exposure of the system to rain or moisture.

Nouser-serviceableparts inside the system. Refer all servicing to a qualified technician only.

Handle the microphone carefully, dropping or other shocks may cause failure.

Avoid using the system where it may be subjected to heat, such as in direct sunlight, near radiators or other heat sources.

Should any liquid be spilt on the system, stop using it immediately. It may be possible to dry the system, but you should have it checked by a qualified technician before using it again.

Take care with the mains power adapter and lead. If damaged in any way, do not use the system, and refer to a qualified technician for repair.

Only use the system with the supplied components, do not attempt to use with any other mains power supply adapter .

If the microphone is not going to be used for a time, remove the

battery to prevent leakage. In the event of electrolyte leakage inside the battery compartment, carefully remove using a damp cloth. Take care not to get battery electrolyte in contact with your skin, however, if it does, wash your hands under a running tap. If electrolyte comes into contact with your eyes, seek medical advice immediately.

Only replace the battery with the same or an equivalent type.

Please dispose of old batteries in an environmentally friendly manner in accordance with the relevant legislation.

Do not use any solvents to clean any part of the wireless microphone system .

---1---

RECEIVER UNIT/operation

PDWM-2600

DUAL UHF WIRELESS MICROPH0NE SYSTEM

 

ANT

MIX

 

DC 12V

ANT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SQUELCH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BALANCED

AF. OUT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BALANCED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OUTPUT JACK

 

DC POWER IN

 

 

 

AERIAL. B

 

AERIAL. A

OPERATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Switch on the wireless microphone receiver unit by pressing the POWER

The wireless microphone is now ready for use; adjust the volume and

switch and the POWER light will illuminate to show the receiver unit is

tone levels of your amplifier system as well as the receiver & the handheld

working. Raise the aerials to the maximum height. The positioning of the

mic as required. When the wireless microphone is not being used, turn

aerials is not critical for performance; ideally it should be fully extended.

OFF the microphone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Switch ON the microphone, checking that the red LED comes on for a

Note that switching the microphone on and off can cause interference that

second and then goes off. When the microphone is ON, the SIGNAL light

will be heard if the microphone volume level of the amplifier system is

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

still set high.

will illuminate on the receiver unit.

---2---

HANDHELD MICROPHONE/DIAGRAM

UNSCREW BATTERY

COVER TO INSERT

BATTERY

 

BATTERY CONDITION POWER SWITCH

BATTERY COVER

 

INDICATOR

 

MICROPHONE BATTERY.

Unscrew the battery cover at the end of the microphone, Install the provided

 

9 volt battery, taking care to fit it with the correct polarity connected,

 

Check the battery by switching the microphone ON, The red LED will come

on for one second and then go OFF, this indicates correct operation, If the red LED stays ON or is dim, this indicates the battery is low and should be changed, If the red LED does not come on at all, it indicates the battery

is dead, please change it right now,

---3---

INSTALLATION

To connect the wireless microphone to your amplifier system:

Refer to the installation diagram below.

Using the suppliedjack-to-jacklead, connect from the AF OUT jack socket to the MICROPHONE INPUT socket on your amplifier. Plug the mains power adapter into a suitable mains socket, and plug the lead connector into the DC 12V input socket.

With voltage selector switch for selecting a suitableAMPLIFIER one according to different countries.

SPEAKERS

VOLTAGE SELECTOR SWITCH

RADIO MIC

ANT

MIX

SQUELCH

ANT

 

 

 

DC 12V

 

RECEIVER UNIT

 

 

 

 

 

BALANCED

AF. OUT

 

BALANCED

MAINS POWER

ADAPTER

MICROPHONE

---4---

TROUBLE SHOOTING

Please read and check the following points before asking for service.

The wireless microphone fails to work:

check the microphone battery by switching the microphone ON, the red LED battery condition indicator should come on for a second and then go off. If the red LED stays on or is dim, replace the battery. If the red LED fails to come on, check the battery polarity or change battery.

Check the POWER indicator on the receiver unit is ON, if not, check the mains power adapter is firmly plugged into a working mains socket.

Check the amplifier system is ON and the microphone controls set correctly.

Check the wireless microphone jack lead is firmly connected into the output socket on the rear panel of the receiver unit, and into the MIC input socket on your amplifier.

The working range is limited:

Check the microphone battery condition (see above)

Check the aerials are fully extended. Adjust the position of aerials to achieve the best reception.

Feed back (howl-round)is heard:

Check that the microphone is not being used too close to, or in front of, the loundspeakers.

Check the settings of the microphone controls on the amplifier, adjust volume and tone to get the best sound without any trace of feedback.

---5---

SPECIFICATIONS

A.OVERALL SYSTEM

1. Oscillation mode:

2. Carrier Frequency Range:

3. Stability:

4. Max Deviation:

5. Dynamic Range:

6. S/N Ratio:

7. T. H. D:

8. Squelch:

9. Frequency Response:

10. Operation range:

B.REVELVER

1.Sensitivity:

2.Image Rejection:

3.Stability:

4.Audio output:

5.Power supply:

6.Dimensions:

7.Weights:

C. WIRELESS MICROPHONE

1.Mike capsule:

2.Antenna:

3.RF Output:

4.Spurious:

5.Battery:

Quartz controlled UHF690-960MHz+/-0.005%

+/-56KHzwith level limiting >110dB

> 100dB 0.5

"Pilotone & noiselock" dual squelch circuit 60 Hz18KHz

200ft

6dBpv at S/N >70dB >60dB

>80dB

-12db/600ohmunbalanced and balanced12V-15VDC/0.5Apower supply

10.8"L x 5.9"W x 14.2"H 1.0kg approx

Dynamic microphone Built-inhousing <10mW

<-40dBC

one 9V battery

---6---