BOYA BY-WM6

BOYA BY-WM6 инструкция

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    The BOYA BY-WM6 is an UHF wireless microphone system, designed for ENG
    (electronic news gathering), EFP (electronic field production), DSLR video, and
    other professional applications.
    The receiver and the transmitter are lightweight and simple menu for easy
    operation.
    The BY-WM6 consists of a body-pack transmitter, a portable receiver, and their
    accessories as following:
    Omni-directional lavalier microphone Stereo 3.5mm mini plug cable
    XLR output cable Microphone Holder clip
    Wind screen Belt clip
    Shoe mount adapter
    Installing Batteries
    The transmitter, receiver are each powered by two AA batteries. To install
    batteries, please follow these steps:
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    1. Turn OFF the units, Slide the battery-compartment catches inward
    (in the direction of the arrows “,”).
    Battery indication
    When you turn the power on, the battery condition is shown by the BATT
    indication in the display section.
    Be sure to check the expiration date printed on the new batteries before
    using them.
    NOTE
    1.The indicated battery condition may not be correct if the batteries were not
    new when installed. If you plan to use the units for a long period, it is
    recommended that you replace the batteries with brand new ones.
    2.Insufficient battery power can decrease the ability of transmitter and receiver.
    Therefore, make sure your batteries start out with a full charge when using
    this system, and always carry spare batteries.
    Notes on battery
    Batteries may leak or explode if mistreated.
    Be sure to follow these instructions:
    1.Make sure install the batteries with correct polarity.
    2.Always replace two batteries together.
    3.Do not use different types of batteries or old and new one together.
    4.When not using the components for a long period of time, remove the
    batteries to avoid leakage. If the batteries do leak, clean all leakage from
    the battery compartment and the component.
    Leakage left in the compartment and the component may cause poor battery
    contact. If there seems to be poor battery contact, please consult our local
    dealer.
    Attachment and Installation Procedures
    Attaching the supplied accessories to the body-pack transmitter
    To attach the microphone
    For a secure connection, be sure to turn and lock the connector cover.
    NOTE
    Make sure to attach or remove the microphone after turning off the transmitter.
    To attached the holder clip to the microphone
    Push the holder clip against the bottom of the microphone until the holder clip
    clicks into place.
    To attach the wind screen to the microphone
    Insert the microphone into the hole at the bottom of the windscreen.
    To remove the belt clip
    Insert a pointed object such as a ballpoint pen between the belt clip and the
    transmitter to make some space between them, and then remove the end of
    the belt clip from the hole on the side of the transmitter.
    Attaching the supplied accessories to the body-pack
    transmitter
    To connect the supplied conversion cable to the OUTPUT
    connector
    For a secure connection, be sure to turn and lock the connector cover.
    Too much
    ambience is
    being picked
    up.
    When using an omnidirectional
    microphone like the one
    included with this system, the
    microphone may be picking up
    too much ambience.
    Make sure the microphone
    is as close as to the subject.
    Frequency Chart
    ChannelCH)
    Frequency(MHZ)
    ChannelCH) Frequency(MHZ)
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    Specifications
    System
    Oscillator type: PLL Synthesized Control Oscillator
    Carrier Frequency Range: 584 MHz-608 MHz
    Channels: 48
    Frequency response: 60Hz-15 KHz+/-3 dB
    Operation range: 100m (300')(without obstacle)
    Operating temperature: 14° F to 122° F (-10 to +50)
    Storage temperature: 14° F to 131° F (-10 to +55)
    Transmitter
    RF output power: 20 mW
    Antenna: Flexible
    Spurious emission: 250 nW or less
    Audio input connector: 3.5mm mini jack
    Audio input level: 600 mV-2000 mV
    Reference deviation: ±7KHz (-60 dBV, 1 KHz input)
    Input frequency range: 20 Hz-20 KHz
    Power supply: Two AA batteries
    Operation time: 8 hours
    Dimensions: (H x W x L) 4.2” x 2.6” x 1.1”
    (10.6 x 6.7 x 2.9 cm)
    Weight: 95g (3.4 oz) without batteries
    Receiver
    Antenna: Flexible
    Audio input connector: 3.5mm mini jack
    Signal-to-noise ratio: 80 dB
    Distortion: 0.8% (-60 dBV, 1 KHz input)
    Earphone output level: 60 mW, 32 Ohms/1KHz
    Audio output level: 120 mV
    Power supply: Two AA batteries
    Operation time: 8 hours
    Dimensions: (H x W x L) 4.2” x 2.6” x 1.1”
    (10.6 x 6.7 x 2.9 cm)
    Weight: 98g (3.5 oz) without batteries
    Lavalier Microphone
    Transducer: Back electret Condenser
    Polar pattern: Omni-directional
    Frequency Range: 35Hz ~ 18 KHz
    Signal / Noise74dB SPL
    Sensitivity: -30dB +/-3dB / 0dB=1V/Pa, 1 kHz
    Connector: 3.5mm locking mini plug
    Length: 1.2m (4’)
    Transmitter
    1. Antennat
    2. Line In
    3. Microphone input
    Connect the supplied lavalier microphone
    here. Fully insert the microphone’s
    3.5mm plug and make sure it clicks into
    place, then lock the plug.
    To remove,release the locking mechanism,
    then pull the plug out.
    4. Power/Mute button
    1) Long press the power of the transmitter
    ON or OFF
    2) Short press for muting
    For more details about LED indicator, please refer to as following:
    Situation
    The transmitter and the receiver connects.
    The transmitter and the receiver disconnects.
    Transmitter Receiver
    Stays blue Stays blue
    Stays blue Flash blue
    6. CH (Channel) indication
    Shows the transmission channel.
    7. Battery indication
    Shows the battery condition
    NOTE
    When the battery power icon is empty and blinking, the batteries are almost
    out of power, and you will need to change the batteries immediately.
    8. + (+ selection)/ – (- selection) buttons
    Press these buttons to set the transmission channel, or attenuation level of
    the input signal.
    For details, please see “How to set up channel and VOL” on page 13.
    9. SET button
    Press to change and enter display parameters.
    For details, please see “How to set up channel and VOL” on page 13.
    10. Belt clip
    11. Battery compartment
    Accommodates two AA batteries.
    For more details, please see “Installing batteries” on page 7.
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    Receiver
    1. Antenna
    2. Monitor Connector
    (3.5mm diameter stereo mini jack)
    To monitor the receiver output, connect
    the headphones to this connector.
    NOTE
    Do not connect headphones with a
    monaural mini jack.
    This may lead to short-circuiting
    of the headphone output, resulting
    in distorted sound output.
    4. Power
    Press this button to turn the receiver ON or OFF.
    5. Power LED
    1) The power LED glows blue when the unit is on.
    2) The power LED glows red when low power.
    For more details about LED indicator, please refer to as following:
    Situation
    The transmitter and the receiver connects.
    The transmitter and the receiver disconnects.
    Transmitter
    Stays blue
    Stays blue
    Receiver
    Stays blue
    Flash blue
    6. CH (Channel) indication
    Shows the transmission channel.
    7. Battery indication
    Shows the battery condition
    NOTE
    When the battery power icon is empty and blinking, the batteries are almost
    out of power, and you will need to change the batteries immediately.
    8. + (+ selection)/ – (- selection) buttons
    Press these buttons to set the transmission channel, or attenuation level of
    the input signal.
    For details, please see “How to set up channel and VOL” on page 13.
    9. SET button
    Press to change and enter display parameters.
    For details, please see “How to set up channel and VOL” on page 13.
    10. Belt clip
    11. Battery compartment
    Accommodates two AA batteries.
    For details on how to insert the batteries, please see “Installing batteries”
    on page 7.
    12. Shoe mount adapter
    NOTE
    Please make sure the units is turned OFF, because taking out the battery
    compartment during signal transmission may cause high noise.
    3. Insert the batteries into the battery compartment by matching their
    polarities to the indications inside the compartment. Then, set the
    battery holder in the original position.
    To attach the shoe mount adapter
    Before attaching the shoe mount adapter, attach the belt clip.
    Reorienting the belt clip: The BY-WM6’s belt clip can easily be removed and
    reattached to the body pack, so you can mount it upside down. To reorient the
    belt clip, please follow the below steps:
    1.Push outward on the belt clip at one of the hinges, so one side of the clip
    pops out.
    2.Push the belt clip out from the other hinge to completely remove the clip
    from the body pack.
    3.Realign the belt clip with the body pack, making sure the clip is facing the
    desired direction.
    4.Insert the two-way belt clip into the body pack, one hinge at a time.
    To attach the shoe mount adapter
    Connecting the Transmitter and the Receiver
    To connect the transmitter and the receiver, follow these steps:
    1.Make sure the supplied lavalier microphone connect to the transmitter’s
    microphone input or plug a line-level source into the transmitter’s line input.
    Note: If you are connecting the receiver to a sound system, mute the sound
    system. Do not monitor with the headphones at the stage. Anytime you are
    changing the channel, remove your headphones and mute connected sound
    systems to avoid audible RF noise bursts.
    2.Turn on the transmitter and the receiver.
    3.Set the transmitter and the receiver to the same channel. If you are
    experiencing interference or noise on one channel, try a different channel.
    Noted:1) If you are using multiple BY-WM6 wireless systems, make sure
    each system is set to a different channel, which can reduce the
    chance of intermodulation.
    2) If the transmitter and the receiver connect, the power indicator
    stays blue. Otherwise, if the power indicator flash blue, that
    means, the transmitter and the receiver is disconnected.
    3) The results are stored in memory automatically. The stored
    channel number will appear in the display section in next time if
    you turn on the transmitter and the receiver.
    4.With the headphone volume low, plug your headphones into the receiver and
    gradually raise the level to a comfortable volume for monitoring the
    transmission.
    6. Once you have determined the transmission quality and level are good,
    mount the transmitter and the receiver.
    NOTE
    1.When you are setting the transmission channel, the transmitter cannot
    be used to transmit signals.
    2.Do not remove the batteries while setting the transmission channel.
    How to set up channel and VOL, please follow the below steps:
    Set up Channel
    Turn on the transmitter and the receiver, if the display section shows “CH”.
    -Press the + (+ selection) button for increasing the channel number.
    -Press the – (- selection) button for decreasing the channel number.
    -Long press +/- buttons, the channel number will increase and decrease
    automatically.
    Set up Volume
    -Press “SET” button, the display section shows “VOL”
    -Press the + (+ selection) button for increasing the volume number.
    -Press the – (- selection) button for decreasing the volume number.
    -Long press +/- buttons, the volume number will increase and decrease
    automatically.
    For more details about VOL function, please see the below:
    VOL
    +/-
    Transmitter
    Adjust attenuation level of the
    input signal.
    Receiver
    1. Adjust sound recording level.
    2. Adjust monitor sound level.
    Important Notes
    On usage and storage
    .
    Operating the BY-WM6 components near electrical equipment
    (motors, transformers, or dimmers) may cause it to be affected
    by electromagnetic induction.
    Keep the BY-WM6 components as far as from such equipment as possible.
    . The presence of the lighting equipment may produce electrical interference
    over the entire frequency range. Position the BY-WM6 components so that
    interference is minimized.
    . To avoid degradation of the signal-to-noise ratio, DO NOT use the BY-WM6
    components in noisy
    Place or in locations subject to vibration, such as the following:
    - Near electrical equipment, such as motors, transformers, or dimmers.
    - Near air condition equipment or places subject to direct air flow from an air
    conditioner.
    - Near public address loudspeaker.
    - Where adjacent equipment might knock against the receiver.
    Keep the BY-WM6 components as far from such equipment as possible or use
    buffering materials.
    On cleaning
    Clean the surface and the connectors of the BY-WM6 components with a dry,
    soft cloth. Never use thinner, benzene, alcohol or any other chemicals, since
    these may mar the finish.
    Troubleshooting
    If you have any problem using the BY-WM6 components, use the following
    checklist.
    If any problem persist, please consult our local dealer, or contact us directly.
    Symptom Meanings Remedy
    The units does
    not turn on
    The polarity orientation of the
    batteries in the battery
    compartment is incorrect.
    The batteries are exhausted.
    Replace the batteries with
    new ones.
    The battery terminals in the
    transmitter are dirty
    Clean the + and - terminals
    with cotton swab.
    Insert the batteries with the
    correct polarity orientation.
    The batteries
    become drained
    quickly.
    The batteries are exhausted.
    Replace the batteries with
    new ones.
    Manganese batteries are being
    used.
    Use alkaline batteries. The
    battery life of a manganese
    battery is less than half that
    of an alkaline battery.
    The BY-WM6 components is
    being used under cold
    conditions.
    The batteries drain quickly
    under cold conditions.
    The channel
    cannot be
    changed
    An attempt was made to
    change the channel by
    pressing the SET button only.
    There is no
    sound.
    The channel setting on the
    transmitter is different from
    that on the receiver.
    Use the same channel setting
    on both the transmitter and
    receiver.
    The sound is
    weak.
    The attenuation level on the
    transmitter is too high.
    The input level of the
    transmitter is low. Press the -
    button on the transmitter in
    attenuation level setting
    mode to decrease the
    attenuation level.
    The line input is selected on the
    transmitter.
    Pull the cable out from LINE
    IN.
    There is
    distortion in the
    sound
    There is
    distortion in the
    sound
    The attenuation level on the
    transmitter is too low.
    The input level of the receiver
    is extremely high. Press the +
    button on the transmitter in
    attenuation level setting mode
    to increase the attenuation
    level.
    The transmitter and the
    receiver are set to
    different channels.
    Set the transmitter to the
    same channel.
    Headphones with a mon-
    aural min jack is used.
    Use the headphones with a
    stereo mini jack.
    RF interference
    .Try a different channel. Make sure
    both units are on the same
    channel.
    .Try to position the antennas at a
    45° angle in relation to each other.
    There can be a lot of RF
    interference outdoors.
    .Try moving indoors, where there
    is less RF interference.
    .Keep the units' antennas at least
    2'(0.6m) away from conductive
    objects like metal and water.
    .Overhead telephone lines,
    fluorescent lighting, and metal
    fences can all cause interference.
    .Turn off all nearby computers
    and mobile phones.
    The audio is
    noisy or
    distorted. This
    can include drop
    outs, white
    noise, bursts,
    pops and clicks.
    RF signal is weak.
    Make sure there is an unobstructed
    line of sight between the
    transmitter's and the receiver's
    antennas.
    Keep in mind that your body,
    clothes, and onstage sets are
    possible obstructions.
    Make sure the receiver and
    the transmitter are within
    328'(100m) range.
    If there are obstructions, you
    may need to move closer.
    The input level on the
    camera, recorder, or
    mixer is too high.
    Turn down the audio input level on
    your camera or recording device.
    Lower the audio output level on
    the receiver.
    Turn down the gain on your mixer.
    If there is no adjustment on the
    device, and the level is still high,
    adjust the microphone level on the
    transmitter. Keep this level as high
    as possible without distortion.
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    5. Power LED
    1) The power LED glows blue when the unit is on.
    2) The power LED glows red when low power.
    3. OUTPUT (audio output) connector (3.5mm diameter stereo mini jack)
    Connect one end of the supplied stereo 3.5mm mini plug-BMP conversion or
    XLR-BMP conversion output cable here, and the other end to the microphone
    input on a DSLR camera, camcorder, mixer, or amplifier etc.
    2. Take out the battery holder.
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    5. The Channel and Volume of the Transmitter and the Receiver are “CH-1”
    and “VOL-24” when turn on them for the first time.
    - Adjust channel as you need.
    - Adjust as necessary to make sure an ample level is being transmitted to
    the receiver.
    The objective is to transmit the highest level without distortion for the
    best signal-to-noise ratio throughout the signal path.
    Restart the unit, then change
    the channel with the + and -
    buttons.
    This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
    Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
    (1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
    (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference
    that may cause undesired operation.
    Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved
    by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
    operate the equipment.
    NOTE: “This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
    Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
    These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
    interference in a residential installation.
    This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
    if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
    harmfulinterference to radio communications.
    However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
    installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
    television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
    and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
    more of the following measures:
    Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
    Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
    Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
    which the receiver is connected.
    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
    FCC STATEMENT:
    RF warning statement:
    The device has been evaluated to meet general RF exposure requirement.
    The device can be used in portable exposure condition without restriction.
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