Nady Systems DKW1HTASYS115, DKW1HTDSYS, DKW1, DKW1HTNSYS, DKW1HTESYS115, DKW1HTBSYS, DKW1HTHSYS User Manual

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DKW-1 WIRELESS MICROPHONE SYSTEM

OPERATINGI INSTRUCTIONSI I

Congratulations on your purchase. The Nady DKW-1 is the perfect entry level professional wireless, and delivers clear, transparent audio for a variety of singing and speech applications. Although offered at a breakthrough new low price for a professional wireless, this system is loaded with features:

High-band VHF (170-216 MHz) operation for interference-free performance

Companding circuitry for a wide dynamic range (no overloading for loud inputs or background hiss during quiet use)

Full frequency response from 40 –20,000 Hz

250 ft. typical, up to 500 ft. line-of-sight operating range

Choice of transmitters:

WHT-14 Handheld mic with a powerful neodymium cartridge that delivers unsurpassed audio, low handling noise and enhanced feedback rejection

WLT-14 Bodypack for lavalier/lapel headworn mic

DKW-1receiver with unique vertical space-saving mini portable design and jumbo LED indicators for power ON, transmitter ON and audio peak. Special added circuitry eliminates transmitter ON/OFF"pop" noise.

OPERATION

A.DKW-1 RECEIVER

1.Plug the AC/DC adapter (provided) into the 12VDC INPUT JACK (3) on the back of the receiver. Then plug the power supply into an AC outlet. Slide the POWER SWITCH (1) to the ON position. The POWER ON LED (6) will now light and the receiver is operational.

2.Rotate and extend ANTENNA (7) to the full vertical position.

3.The 1/4” AUDIO OUTPUT JACK (2) provides a fixed, unbalanced MIC level audio output for connection to your mixer with the 3 ft.

1/4” to 1/4” cord supplied. As when making any connection, make sure the mixing board’s volume is at the minimum level before plugging in the receiver to avoid possible sound system damage.

B.WHT-14 HANDHELD MIC TRANSMITTER

1.Unscrew the BATTERY COMPARTMENT COVER (8) and remove, exposing the BATTERY HOLDER (11). Insert a fresh 9V BATTERY (9), observing correct polarity as marked, and screw the cover back on to the

microphone. To ensure proper battery contact, the cover must be screwed on completely.

2.Turn on the WHT-14 by sliding the OFF/MUTE/ON SWITCH (10)

to the MUTE position (transmitter on, audio muted) or the ON position (transmitter and audio both on). The BATTERY INDICATOR LED (12)

will give a single quick flash, indicating usable battery strength. In the case of a dead or low battery, the LED will either not go on at all or will stay on continuously, indicating that the battery should be replaced with a fresh one.

3.The microphone is now ready to use. The TRANSMITTER SIGNAL RECEIVED LED (5) on the DKW-1 receiver should now be lit. When ready

to speak, slide the transmitter switch to the ON position and adjust the mixing board volume level as needed. The AUDIO PEAK LED (4) will flicker on the receiver with the audio peaks of the microphone input. This is normal. If the indicator lights continuously, it means the signal is too loud and there is the possibility of overload distortion. Back off from the microphone until the indicator only flickers on peaks.[Note: Observe care in selecting P.A. volume, transmitter location and speaker placement so that acoustic feedback (howling or screeching) will be avoided. See also Section C 3 below.]

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