Kigashura Enter text from picture: Because it can hang from the ceiling and is compact in size, the WCU is very useful in minimizing visual distrac- tion for the performers and the audience alike, and limits intrusion into the boogen space. Bogen communications microphones specifications sheet 8 pages. PLL-synthesized tuning with digital readout. Intelligent Disc Scan When using the remote control, the disc skip button rotates the carousel tray clockwise or counterclockwise when searching for a disc for faster playback.
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Not included. Connect cable shield to center screw marked "GND. When the contacts are closed, the AUX 2 input will be muted. Typically activated by a switch in a push-to-talk style microphone.
AUX 1, if selected, is not mutable by contact closure. TEL Connect the telephone line to the two outside terminals and the shield, if used, to the center terminal. Input impedance is ohm and is trans- former balanced.
Input is for "Dry" audio signals only, no DC voltage on the signal. Output Connections Speakers, General The amplifier may be used with most conventional speaker sys- tems. Connect one speaker lead to the screw terminal that corresponds to the impedance of the type of speakers used in the system and the other lead to the COM terminal. If the line is shielded, connect the shield to GND. Connecting the GND to the COM terminal when using the trans- former-coupled outputs references the transformer output to ground.
This is sometimes useful under certain conditions where a ground connection is undesirable. Speakers, Low-Impedance To connect a 4-ohm speaker, remove the the 4-ohm link and connect the speaker between 4-ohm and GND.
Can also be connected to the input of a booster amplifier. The WMT1A steps the signal down by a ratio, giving you a ohm balanced signal that can drive long cable runs. Input Volume Controls Each input module may be individually controlled by its corresponding volume control knob. The other input is inactive and any connections to the inactive input will not work. Bass and Treble Controls The Bass and Treble controls are used to adjust the tonal balance of the amplifier output.
The center position of these controls provides flat frequency response. Counterclockwise rotation of these controls reduces the bass or treble response, while clockwise rotation increases such response. It does not affect the microphone level. Rotate the control counterclockwise to decrease the level.
Rotate the control clockwise to increase the level. The VOX SENSitivity control should be set so that only the desired signal is above the threshold level, while noise and unwanted signal is below it. To adjust the sensitivity of this circuit: 1. Rotate the control fully clockwise. While making a page announcement and talking at a low level, the sound should not be choppy nor missing parts of words.
If it is choppy, or if intelligibility is poor, rotate the control counterclockwise to the point where the sound is clear and crisp but not to the maximum counterclockwise position. If the background music shuts down when no page is in progress, rotate the control clockwise until the music is restored.
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