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****** Page 2 ****** AIO-TX-US User Guide Copyright / Doc Rev History Info Model A10-TX-US only. See separate documentation for A10-TX model. Copyright 0 2018 Audio Ltd. All rights reserved. I audioltd.com 7 Century Court, Tolpits Lane, Watford WD18 9RS, UK I info@audioltd.com Revision Date Dec 2017 Feb 2018 Description Initial Publication Added note re: Bluetooth remote range Audio Input and Control . Lavalier Microphones . Balanced Microphones with Phantom Table of Contents Contents Table of Contents . Copyright / Doc Rev History Info Overview Key Features System Quickstart At the Receiver At the Transmitter At the Receiver . . Connectors, Controls Description Powering Main Display Menu Control and Menu Selections Main Menu Audio Setup Menu . . Settings Menu System Menu Basic Operation Frequency Selection Channel, Sub Channel, Frequency 2 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 9 9 Line-Level Sources Audio Level Control Antennas Remote Control Firmware Updates Specifications . Input Connector Wiring Diagram . Battery Runtime Chart Certifications FCC Conformity Minimize RF Exposure . . Frequency Tables . X Frequencies (6 MHz Per TV Channel) Y Frequencies (7 MHz Per TV Channel) Z Frequencies (8 MHz Per TV Channel) Channel Assignments by Region . -2- 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 14 15 15 16 17 17 AIO-TX-US User Guide Overview The AIO Digital Wireless System meets the demanding requirements of the professional sound community engaged in film and television production. It offers superb audio and RF perfor- mance. The digital RF transmission of the AIO system allows the user to operate up to 20 channels in an 8 MHz TV channel, maximising spectrum efficiency without compromising on range, audio quality or latency. The AIO-TX-US is the U.S.-only version of the transmitter. It incorporates Audio Ltd’s propri- etary digital modulation scheme whilst maintaining the high audio quality that Audio Ltd has become renowned for, and with extremely low end-to-end latency of 2 mS. The AIO-TX-US has an intuitive menu system allowing the user to become familiar with settings within a few minutes of turning it on. Key Features Low-noise, studio-grade balanced input for microphones and line level signals with analogue limiter and phantom power. Fully digital RF transmission Remote controllable over Bluetooth 0 using the AIO-TX-US Remote app for Android and iOS. Powered by easy-to-access AA batteries. -3-

****** Page 3 ****** AIO-TX-US User Guide System Quickstart The AIO Digital Wireless System is easy to use. Follow the steps below for basic setup and oper- ation. At the Receiver 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Fit the included straight and right-angled antennas to the A10-RX receiver. Connect the receiver to a power source. It will immediately power on. Using the scanning tool in the Selection menu find an available open frequency. If multiple wireless systems are in use, make certain to keep frequencies least 400 kHz apart. Connect the audio output from channel l, channel 2, or both to an audio input on a mixer, recorder, camera, or PA system. Ensure that the receiver audio output type and level are set based on the input type. AIO-TX-US User Guide Connectors, Controls Description 1 2 3 4 5 12 6 7 8 9 10 At the Transmitter l. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Attach the straight antenna to the AIO-TX-US. Attach an audio source to the 3-pin LEMO input connector. Insert AA batteries into the AIO-TX-US battery compartment and power on the unit with the red On/Off button. Set the audio input type to set to match the connected input. Set the transmitting frequency on the A10-TX-US match the frequency set on the A10-RX receiver channel. Adjust the audio gain according to your environment and source, taking care not to overload the signal. This is indicated by a red LED. Figure 1: AIO-TX-US transmitter with open battery compartment 1 – Antenna Socket SMA connector, 50 ohm, connects to includ- At the Receiver l. 2. 3. 4. Confirm that the blue channel power LED is solid blue. Confirm that the RF status LEDs and display indicate good RF strength on both antennas. Confirm that the audio level at the receiver corresponds to the audio connected to the A10- TX-US input. The system is now ready for use. -4- ed 1/4-wave whip antenna. 2 – Power LED Blue LED illuminates when unit is powered on. Flashes when unit is in sleep mode. LED can be turned off in the Menu. 3 – Display OLED screen. Screen automatically turns off during operation for battery savings. 4 Left Menu Button Moves selection in menu to the left, or decre- ments values. 5 – Power Button Press to power on the unit. Press and hold to power down the unit. 6 – Audio Input Connector Balanced LEMO-3 connector. Accepts mul- tiple audio input types including unbalanced lavalier, balanced microphone, balanced line. 7 – Input Overload LED Red LED illuminates when input signal is X dB below clipping. 8 – Menu Button Enters the menu selection. Also used to select options in the menu. 9 – Right Button Moves menu selection to the right, or incre- ments values. 10 – microSD Card Slot Used to load firmware updates on the unit. 11 Battery Tray Accepts two AA LR6 batteries. 12 Battery Door Latch Press both latches to open the battery door. -5-

****** Page 4 ****** AIO-TX-US User Guide Powering The A10-TX-US is powered by two AA (LR6) batteries. For the longest runtime use Lithium pri- mary cells. The transmitter also accepts alkaline primary and Nickel Metal Hydride rechargeable batteries. Select the battery type used in the menu to ensure that the battery condition is indicated accurately in both the transmitter display and receiver. AIO-TX-US User Guide Menu Control and Menu Selections The AIO-TX-US transmitter is controlled through its menu. Enter the menu via the centre Menu button. Once in the menu the Left and Right buttons toggle among options, and the Menu button makes the selection. Main Menu l. 2. 3. 4. Open the battery compartment by pressing both mechanical releases simultaneously. (See Figure l.) Insert two fresh AA type (LR6) batteries. Note correct battery polarity. Momentarily press the red On/Off button. The blue power LED will light and the display will illuminate. The transmitter is now powered on. To turn the transmitter off, press and hold the red button until the “turning off’ progress bar completes and the unit goes dark. Main Display After powering on the A10-TX-US the display shows the following. RF Output Power Input Gain SEB Input Level x 35-13 SBI.gøø — Frequency as Channel—Sub Channel Battery Condition Frequency in MHz Selections Exit Frequency Selection Audio Gain Audio Setup Privacy Settings System Icon 01 Description Returns to the mam display screen. Sets the transmitter’s frequency. Frequency selection and channel increments change based on the region of operation the unit is set. Controls the gain range of the audio input. Gain range is input type dependent. Gain control is in I dB increments. Enters the Audio Setup sub-menu. Activates transmission privacy with a four-number key set on the transmitter and receiver. When active, the receiver must be set to the corresponding key for audio to pass. New Key option generates a key. The key symbol is displayed on main default screen when privacy IS active. Enters the Setting sub-menu. Enters the System sub-menu. Options • TV Channel Increments • Sub Channel Increments • Frequency Increments in 25 kHz steps • Lav: O dB to +40 dB • Line Setting: -10 to 16 dB • Mic setting: 16 to 40 dB w/20dB pad • Mic setting: 36 to 60 dB • Low Cut • Limiter • Lav / Mic / Line • New Key – generates new key • Off – encryption cleared, set to —-, not active • Bluetooth • RF Power • Brightness • Battery Type • Blue LED • TV Ch Map • Sleep • Lock Menu • Set Time/Date • Format Card • Restore • Info • Update Firmware RF Output Power three power levels are indicated, Low (10 mW), Medium (20 mW), High (50 mW) Input Gain – gain applied to the input source, in dB Battery Condition – shows the battery voltage level of the transmitter batteries, five-seg- ments Frequency in MHz the transmitting frequency is shown Frequency in Channel—Sub Channel – the transmitting frequency is shown in region, channel, and sub channel Input Level Meter – shows audio input signal level Press the Left button, to view the name of the transmitter. The serial number of the transmitter is the default name of the transmitter. The transmitter name can be changed in the A10-TX-US Remote app. SAØ117268ØØ2 -6-

****** Page 5 ****** Selections Exit Low Cut Limiter Lav / Mic / Line AIO-TX- US User Guide Audio Setup Menu 1—5, System Menu Icon Description Returns to the main menu. Activates a low frequency cut filter to the audio input. 18 dB/octave The limiter reduces peak levels of the analogue audio input before digital conversion to prevent audio overload. The recommended setting is On. Selects the input type at the LEMO-3 connection. For Mic/Line, the AC-BAL-XLR accessory is required. Description Returns to the main menu. Toggles Bluetooth On or Off. Bluetooth offers external control of the AIO-TX via the A10-TX Remote App (for iOS or Android). Sets the RF output power of the transmitter. Sets the brightness of the OLED screen For accurate display of battery condition on the transmitter and receiver select the battery type from the available options. If set to On, the LED illuminates blue when powered on and screensaver is active. Selects the TV channel spacmg in MHz to ensure channel selection cooresponds to a specific geographic region. See frequency chart. -8- Options • Off • 40 Hz • 60 Hz 80 Hz • 100 Hz • 200 Hz Selections Exit Sleep Lock Menu Set Time / Date Format Card Restore Info Update (Firmware) Icon • On •Off • Lav Mic • Line •P48 – •P12- mic level with 48 V phantom mic level with 12 V phantom Settings Menu AIO-TX-US User Guide Description Returns to the main menu. When selected, the AIO-TX goes into low-power Sleep mode. The blue LED flashes when the unit is in a sleep state. The unit returns to normal power operation when any button is pressed or the transmitter is activated from the A10-TX Remote App. Activates a button lock to prevent unintentional changes to menu selections. Sets the time and date of the realtime clock. Deletes all files and data present on the inserted microSD card. The restore function allows the user to reset the AIO-TX to the factory default settings. Shows numerous attributes of the transmitter. Updates the firmware of the transmitter using a firmware .PRG file on the microSD card. Options • Sleep • Unlock • Lock 0K – begins formatting process. • Serial Number • Firmware Revision • Frequency Band Selections Exit Bluetooth RF Power Brightness Battery Type Blue LED TV Ch Map Icon IFI Options • Off •Low – 10mW • Med – 20 mw • High – 50 mw Five Increments, 5 is brightest • Alkaline • NiMH • Lithium On • Off • x – 6 MHz • Y – 7 MHz Z – 8 MHz Basic Operation Frequency Selection The AIO Digital Wireless System available in the operates in the UHF frequency band from 470 to 608 MHz. There are two models of the A10-TX-US transmitter to cover this frequency range. Multiple AIO Digital Wireless systems can be used simultaneously on nearby adjacent frequen- Cies without worry of intermodulation interference since the AIO Digital Wireless System and its digital RF transmission is inherently immune to intermodulation. Systems can be used together when separated by at least 400 kHz. Use the scan tool on the A10-RX receiver to search for available frequencies. When using AIO Digital Wireless systems in conjunction with analogue RF systems, an intermodulation plan needs to be addressed for analogue receivers. Channel, Sub Channel, Frequency To simplify frequency selection, frequencies are divided into channels and sub channels. Channel – corresponds to broadcast television channels used in geographic region. Sub Channel – channels are divided in 400 kHz increments called sub channels to speed up frequency selection. The number of sub channels depends on the channel mapping selected. Tune -u specific frequencies within the transmitter’s tuning range can be selected in 25 kHz increments. To change TV channels, use the Left button to highlight the TV Channel. Press the centre Menu button to select the TV channel. Select the sub channel until the desired sub-channel is selected. -9- 35 13

****** Page 6 ****** AIO-TX-US User Guide See the Frequency Tables in this guide for a complete list of frequencies corresponding to the channel and sub channel selections. Audio Input and Control The A10-TX-US input accepts a wide range of audio input types, including lavalier micro- phones, balanced microphones, and balanced and unbalanced line level signals. 12 V and 48 V phantom power is available for balanced microphones. The Selection Menu offers options for audio level control, input type, limiters, and low cut filter. Lavalier Microphones Unbalanced lavalier microphones wired in two-wire mode, are directly compatible with the A10-TX-US input. When connected, the AIO-TX-US auto-detects the presence of a lav mi- crophone. Balanced Microphones with Phantom Balanced microphones, including phantom powered shotgun microphones, can be connected to the A10-TX-US. 12 V and 48 V phantom power are available for microphones requiring it. For microphones that can properly operate on 12 V phantom, such as the Schoeps CMIT, select 12 V phantom to significantly increase battery runtime. Line-Level Sources Wireless systems are often used as “camera hop” systems. For most camera hop applications the output of a field mixer is connected to a wireless transmitter. The wireless receiver output is connected to the camera input. The line level input selection simplifies using the AIO Sys- tem as a camera hop. Select Line in the Selection Menu to accept balanced or unbalanced line level inputs. To connect balanced microphone or line level sources to the AIO-TX-US a cable wired as described in the specifications or the AC-BALXLR cable is required. This connects the shell of the LEMO connector to pin-I ofan XLR connector. Audio Level Control Input levels are controlled from the Audio Gain option in the Selection Menu. The gain range available is source-dependent as follows: Lav setting: 0 dB to 40 dB, I dB increments Line setting: -10 to 16 dB, I dB increments Mic setting (with 20 dB pad): 16 to 40 dB, I dB increments Mic setting (with no pad): 36 to 60 dB, I dB increments Set input levels so that the limiter is active only on the strongest peaks. Antennas The SMA antenna connector is used to mount the included 1/4-wave whip antenna. For specialty applications external, high-gain transmitting antennas can be attached to the SMA connector. Make certain to connect only passive antennas to the A 10-TX-US. For best operation and transmission power with the included 1/4-wave antenna keep it in the free field. If worn on a body keep the antenna away from direct contact with the wearer’s body. When multiple wireless systems are in use keep transmitters separated by at least 1/2-wave distance of the transmitted frequency. -10- AIO-TX-US User Guide Remote Control The AIO-TX can be remotely controlled from an Android or iOS device running the A10-TX Remote app. The app is available as a free download from the Google Play store and iOS App store, respectively. With the A 10-TX Remote app, you can: 1 Change the transmitter’s name; it is set to the transmitter’s serial number by default. 2 – Monitor Sleep status, Battery status, and Bluetooth@ signal strength 3 – Turn Sleep mode On/Off 4 – Adjust Gain 5 -L Set the low-cut filter 6 – Adjust RF Power 7 – Change TV Ch, Sub Ch and Frequency 9:45 AM No SIM 012345678901 Jane AIO-TX List 9:45 AM Find Devices Preview NO SIM < Back 1 2 3 7 AIO-TX SA01172680 Jane Sleep Gain LF Cut RF Power TV Ch Sub Ch Frequency (MHz) 1 2 4 5 6 z 36 11 About MO-TX List 594.200 About Touch the unit name (left screen) to access more information (image on right) about the transmit- ter. Touch the Circle-I icon to send identification signal to the transmitter. The Bluetooth operational range is very short. Maintain close proximity to the transmitter for reliable connection. -11- ****** Page 7 ****** AIO-TX-US User Guide Firmware Updates Audio Ltd. issues new firmware for the A10-TX-US transmitter to change and introduce new features to the unit. Make certain to register your Audio Ltd. product at the Audio Ltd. website to receive firmware update notifications. To update firmware: AIO-TX-US User Guide Input Connector Wiring Diagram The AIO-TX-US LEMO input connector accepts numerous input types. Select the input type in the Selection Menu before connecting an audio source. LEMO Connection 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Download the new firmware update file from the Audio Ltd. website and copy the file onto an approved microSD card that has been formatted in the A10-TX-US. Insert the microSD card in the unit. Insert fresh AA batteries in the unit. Enter the System menu and choose Update. The unit will indicate the revision of firmare to update. Confirm that you want to update. Verify the revision of firmware on the unit. Input Type Two-Wire Lavalier Microphone Three-Wire Lavalier Microphone Balanced Microphone Balanced Line-Level Unbalanced Microphone Unbalanced Line-Level pin-I shield XLR pin-3 XLR pin-3 earth earth pin-2 open XLR pin-2 XLR pin-2 signal signal pin-3 audio/bias shell shield or open not compatible XLR pin-I XLR pin-I earth earth XLR pin-I, shell optional XLR pin-I, shell optional earth earth Phantom power can be activated only when the shell of the LEMO-3 is connected to pin-3 of the LEMO-3 connector. Battery Runtime Chart This section's chart shows approximate battery runtime in minutes based on the listed operation. Specifications AIO U.S. Digital Wireless System Frequency Range Transmitter Switching Bandwidth Modulation Mode Digital Audio Codec Audio Frequency Response RF Output Power Audio Gain Control Input Gain Low Frequency Cut Input Limiter Input Type Bias and Phantom Power Menu and Controls Privacy Powering Operating Temperature Range Weight and Dimensions 470-608 MHz US. only Models A10-TX-AU (470-548 MHz) A10-TX-BU (518-608 MHz) Audio Ltd. proprietary digital RF modulation Audio Ltd. proprietary, high-performance digital encoding algorithm 20 Hz-20 kHz 10 mW, 20 mW, 50 mW, selectable Lav setting: 0 dB to +40 dB, I dB increments Line setting: -10 to 16 dB, 1 dB increments Mic setting (w/ 20 dB pad): 16 to 40 dB, I dB increments Mic setting (w/ no pad): 36 to 60 dB, I dB increments Battery Type NiMH (2450 mAHr) Alkaline Operation 10 mw (RF Power Low) 20 mw (RF Power Med) 50 mw (RF Power High) 50 mW, 48 V 8 hr 12 min 7 hr 29 min 4 hr 33 min 3 hr 29 min 4 hr 7 min 3 hr 56 min 2 hr 21 min I hr 33 min Lithium (Energizer Ultimate) 12 hr 18 min II hr 31 min 7 hr 57 min 6 hr 20 min Input Type Lav Bal Mic – plus P48 and Pl 2 Bal Line Input Impedance (ohms) 6.8k 2.5k 3k Input Clipping Level (minimum gain) +6 dBu +10 dBu (20 dB pad) +24 dBu Off, 40 Hz, 60 Hz, 80 Hz, 100 Hz, 200 Hz, user selectable Analogue, (pre-A/D converter) Microphone or line level, balanced or unbalanced 5 V Bias, 12 V or 48 V phantom power OLED menu display, 3 button navigation User settable 4-digit PIN, Audio Ltd. proprietary 2 x 1.5V LR6 AA size, lithium, NiMH, or alkaline -10 oc to +55 oc 104 g, 83 x 64 x 18 mm -12- The 48 V tests were run with a Schoeps CMITMini. Other settings used for tests to compile the chart are: Low Cut Off Limiter On, 40 dB gain (for 48 V)/30 dB gain (for Lav), freshly formatted 8G card, Bluetooth On, Blue LED On, and Brightness set to 5. -13- ****** Page 8 ****** AIO-TX-US User Guide Certifications FCC Conformity The A10-TX-US transmitter complies with the following requirements: FCC (Federal Communications Commission) Part 74 Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operations. Changes or modification not expressly approved. AIO-TX-US frequency ranges supplied for use in USA AIO-TX-US transmitters available for sale in the U. S. can tune over a switching bandwidth of up to 100 MHz. The frequency ranges are listed below: 470.1-547.9 MHz 518.1-607.9 MHz Frequency range 608—614 NIHz is forbidden for use in US. Warning! Any modifications or changes made to this device, unless explicitly approved by Audio Ltd. may invalidate the authorisation of this device. Operation of an unauthorised device is prohibited under Section 302 of the Communications act of 1934, as amended, and Subpart 1 of Part 2 of Chapter 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Minimize RF Exposure To avoid the possibility of exceeding the FCC RF exposure limits, it is recommended that the transmitter or attached microphone is kept at a minimum distance of 13 mm (0.5 inch) away from the head or body during normal operation. — 14 — AIO-TX-US User Guide Frequency Tables The AIO-TX-US offers preselected frequencies based on channels and sub channels. X Frequencies (6 MHz Per TV Channel) The chart below shows all frequencies available for the AIO-TX-US transmitter. Sub Channel 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 1 470.2 476.2 482.2 488.2 494.2 500.2 506.2 512.2 518.2 524.2 530.2 536.2 542.2 548.2 554.2 560.2 566.2 572.2 578.2 584.2 590.2 596.2 602.2 608.2 614.2 620.2 626.2 632.2 638.2 644.2 650.2 656.2 662.2 668.2 674.2 680.2 686.2 692.2 2 470.6 476.6 482.6 488.6 494.6 500.6 506.6 512.6 518.6 524.6 530.6 536.6 542.6 548.6 554.6 560.6 566.6 572.6 578.6 584.6 590.6 596.6 602.6 608.6 614.6 620.6 626.6 632.6 638.6 644.6 650.6 656.6 662.6 668.6 674.6 680.6 686.6 692.6 3 471 477 483 489 495 501 507 513 519 525 531 537 543 549 555 561 567 573 579 585 591 597 603 609 615 621 627 633 639 645 651 657 663 669 675 681 687 693 4 471.4 477.4 483.4 489.4 495.4 501.4 507.4 513.4 519.4 525.4 531.4 537.4 543.4 549.4 555.4 561.4 567.4 573.4 579.4 585.4 591.4 597.4 603.4 609.4 615.4 621.4 627.4 633.4 639.4 645.4 651.4 657.4 663.4 669.4 675.4 681.4 687.4 693.4 5 471.8 477.8 483.8 489.8 495.8 501.8 507.8 513.8 519.8 525.8 531.8 537.8 543.8 549.8 555.8 561.8 567.8 573.8 579.8 585.8 591.8 597.8 603.8 609.8 615.8 621.8 627.8 633.8 639.8 645.8 651.8 657.8 663.8 669.8 675.8 681.8 687.8 693.8 6 472.2 478.2 484.2 490.2 496.2 502.2 508.2 514.2 520.2 526.2 532.2 538.2 544.2 550.2 556.2 562.2 568.2 574.2 580.2 586.2 592.2 598.2 604.2 610.2 616.2 622.2 628.2 634.2 640.2 646.2 652.2 658.2 664.2 670.2 676.2 682.2 688.2 694.2 7 472.6 478.6 484.6 490.6 496.6 502.6 508.6 514.6 520.6 526.6 532.6 538.6 544.6 550.6 556.6 562.6 568.6 574.6 580.6 586.6 592.6 598.6 604.6 610.6 616.6 622.6 628.6 634.6 640.6 646.6 652.6 658.6 664.6 670.6 676.6 682.6 688.6 694.6 8 473 479 485 491 497 503 509 515 521 527 533 539 545 551 557 563 569 575 581 587 593 599 605 611 617 623 629 635 641 647 653 659 665 671 677 683 689 695 9 473.4 479.4 485.4 491.4 497.4 503.4 509.4 515.4 521.4 527.4 533.4 539.4 545.4 551.4 557.4 563.4 569.4 575.4 581.4 587.4 593.4 599.4 605.4 611.4 617.4 623.4 629.4 635.4 641.4 647.4 653.4 659.4 665.4 671.4 677.4 683.4 689.4 695.4 10 473.8 479.8 485.8 491.8 497.8 503.8 509.8 515.8 521.8 527.8 533.8 539.8 545.8 551.8 557.8 563.8 569.8 575.8 581.8 587.8 593.8 599.8 605.8 611.8 617.8 623.8 629.8 635.8 641.8 647.8 653.8 659.8 665.8 671.8 677.8 683.8 689.8 695.8 11 474.2 480.2 486.2 492.2 504.2 510.2 516.2 522.2 528.2 534.2 540.2 546.2 552.2 558.2 564.2 570.2 576.2 582.2 588.2 594.2 600.2 606.2 612.2 618.2 624.2 630.2 636.2 642.2 648.2 654.2 660.2 666.2 672.2 678.2 684.2 690.2 696.2 12 474.6 480.6 486.6 492.6 498.6 504.6 510.6 516.6 522.6 528.6 534.6 540.6 546.6 552.6 558.6 564.6 570.6 576.6 582.6 588.6 594.6 600.6 606.6 612.6 618.6 624.6 630.6 636.6 642.6 648.6 654.6 660.6 666.6 672.6 678.6 684.6 690.6 696.6 13 475 481 487 493 499 505 511 517 523 529 535 541 547 553 559 565 571 577 583 589 595 601 607 613 619 625 631 637 643 649 655 661 667 673 679 685 691 697 14 475.4 481.4 487.4 493.4 499.4 505.4 511.4 517.4 523.4 529.4 535.4 541.4 547.4 553.4 559.4 565.4 571.4 577.4 583.4 589.4 595.4 601.4 607.4 613.4 619.4 625.4 631.4 637.4 643.4 649.4 655.4 661.4 667.4 673.4 679.4 685.4 691.4 697.4 15 475.8 481.8 487.8 493.8 499.8 505.8 511.8 517.8 523.8 529.8 535.8 541.8 547.8 553.8 559.8 565.8 571.8 577.8 583.8 589.8 595.8 601.8 607.8 613.8 619.8 625.8 631.8 637.8 643.8 649.8 655.8 661.8 667.8 673.8 679.8 685.8 691.8 697.8 -15- ****** Page 9 ****** Y Frequencies (7 MHz Per TV Channel) Sub Channels 6 487.3 494.3 501.3 508.3 515.3 522.3 529.3 536.3 543.3 550.3 557.3 564.3 571.3 578.3 585.3 592.3 599.3 606.3 613.3 620.3 627.3 634.3 641.3 648.3 655.3 662.3 669.3 676.3 683.3 690.3 AIO-TX-US User Guide 488.2 488.6 489.0 489.4 489.8 490.2 490.6 491.0 492.2 492.6 500.6 501.0 508.6 509.0 512.6 513.0 513.4 513.8 528.6 529.0 548.6 549.0 560.6 561.0 561.4 561.8 564.6 565.0 580.6 581.0 584.6 585.0 585.4 585.8 588.6 589.0 600.6 601.0 604.6 605.0 617.4 617.8 620.6 621.0 624.6 625.0 628.6 629.0 632,6 633.0 656.6 657.0 657.4 657.8 660.6 661.0 .1 672,6 673.0 680.6 681.0 684.6 685.0 688.6 689.0 692.6 693.0 AIO-TX-US User Guide Z Frequencies (8 MHz Per TV Channel) Sub Channels 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 1 485.3 492.3 499.3 506.3 513.3 520.3 527.3 534.3 541.3 548.3 555.3 562.3 569.3 576.3 583.3 590.3 597.3 604.3 611.3 618.3 625.3 632.3 639.3 646.3 653.3 660.3 667.3 674.3 681.3 688.3 2 485.7 492.7 499.7 506.7 513.7 520.7 527.7 534.7 541.7 548.7 555.7 562.7 569.7 576.7 583.7 590.7 597.7 604.7 611.7 618.7 625.7 632.7 639.7 646.7 653.7 660.7 667.7 674.7 681.7 688.7 3 486 493.1 500.1 507.1 514.1 521.1 528.1 535.1 542.1 549.1 556.1 563.1 570.1 577.1 584. 1 591.1 598.1 605.1 612.1 619.1 626.1 633.1 640.1 647.1 654.1 661.1 668.1 675.1 682.1 689.1 4 486.5 493.5 500.5 507.5 514.5 521.5 528.5 535.5 542.5 549.5 556.5 563.5 570.5 577.5 584.5 591.5 598.5 605.5 612.5 619.5 626.5 633.5 640.5 647.5 654.5 661.5 668.5 675.5 682.5 689.5 5 486.9 493.9 500.9 507.9 514.9 521.9 528.9 535.9 542.9 549.9 556.9 563.9 570.9 577.9 584.9 591.9 598.9 605.9 612.9 619.9 626.9 633.9 640.9 647.9 654.9 661.9 668.9 675.9 682.9 689.9 7 487.7 494.7 501.7 508.7 515.7 522.7 529.7 536.7 543.7 550.7 557.7 564.7 571.7 578.7 585.7 592.7 599.7 606.7 613.7 620.7 627.7 634.7 641.7 648.7 655.7 662.7 669.7 676.7 683.7 690.7 8 488. I 495.1 502.1 509.1 516.1 523.1 530.1 537.1 544 551.1 558.1 565.1 572.1 579.1 586.1 593.1 600.1 607.1 614.1 621.1 628.1 635.1 642.1 649 656.1 663.1 670.1 677.1 684.1 691.1 9 488.5 495.5 502.5 509.5 516.5 523.5 530.5 537.5 544.5 551.5 558.5 565.5 572.5 579.5 586.5 593.5 600.5 607.5 614.5 621.5 628.5 635.5 642.5 649.5 656.5 663.5 670.5 677.5 684.5 691.5 10 488.9 495.9 502.9 509.9 516.9 523.9 530.9 537.9 544.9 551.9 558.9 565.9 572.9 579.9 586.9 593.9 600.9 607.9 614.9 621.9 628.9 635.9 642.9 649.9 656.9 663.9 670.9 677.9 684.9 691.9 11 489.3 496.3 503.3 510.3 517.3 524.3 531.3 538.3 545.3 552.3 559.3 566.3 573.3 580.3 587.3 594.3 601.3 608.3 615.3 622.3 629.3 636.3 643.3 650.3 657.3 664.3 671.3 678.3 685.3 692.3 12 489.7 496.7 503.7 510.7 517.7 524.7 531.7 538.7 545.7 552.7 559.7 566.7 573.7 580.7 587.7 594.7 601.7 608.7 615.7 622.7 629.7 636.7 643.7 650.7 657.7 664.7 671.7 678.7 685.7 692.7 13 490. I 497.1 504. 1 511.1 518.1 525.1 532.1 539.1 546.1 553.1 560.1 567.1 574. 1 581.1 588.1 595.1 602.1 609.1 616. 1 623.1 630.1 637.1 644. 651.1 658.1 665.1 672.1 679.1 686.1 693.1 14 490.5 497.5 504.5 511.5 518.5 525.5 532.5 539.5 546.5 553.5 560.5 567.5 574.5 581.5 588.5 595.5 602.5 609.5 616.5 623.5 630.5 637.5 644.5 651.5 658.5 665.5 672.5 679.5 686.5 693.5 15 490.9 497.9 504.9 511.9 518.9 525.9 532.9 539.9 546.9 553.9 560.9 567.9 574.9 581.9 588.9 595.9 602.9 609.9 616.9 623.9 630.9 637.9 644.9 651.9 658.9 665.9 672.9 679.9 686.9 693.9 16 491.3 498.3 505.3 512.3 519.3 526.3 533.3 540.3 547.3 554.3 561.3 568.3 575.3 582.3 589.3 596.3 603.3 610.3 617.3 624.3 631.3 638.3 645.3 652.3 659.3 666.3 673.3 680.3 687.3 694.3 17 491.7 498.7 505.7 512.7 519.7 526.7 533.7 540.7 547.7 554.7 561.7 568.7 575.7 582.7 589.7 596.7 603.7 610.7 617.7 624.7 631.7 638.7 645.7 652.7 659.7 666.7 673.7 680.7 687.7 694.7 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 470.2 478.2 486.2 494.2 502.2 510.2 518.2 526.2 534.2 542.2 550.2 558.2 566.2 574,2 582.2 590.2 598.2 606.2 614.2 622.2 630.2 638.2 654.2 662.2 670.2 678.2 686.2 470.6 478.6 486.6 494.6 502.6 510.6 518.6 526.6 534.6 542.6 550.6 558.6 566.6 574.6 582.6 590.6 598.6 606.6 614.6 622.6 630.6 638.6 654.6 662.6 670.6 678.6 686.6 471.0 479.0 495.0 503.0 511.0 519.0 527.0 535.0 543.0 551.0 559.0 567.0 575,0 583.0 591.0 599.0 607.0 615.0 623.0 631,0 639.0 647.0 655.0 663.0 671.0 679.0 687.0 479.4 487.0 487.4 487.8 495.4 503.4 511.4 519.4 527.4 535.4 543.4 551.4 559.4 567.4 575.4 583.4 591.4 599.4 607.4 615.4 623.4 631.4 639.4 647.4 655.4 663.4 671.4 679.4 687.4 471.8 479.8 495.8 503.8 511.8 519.8 527.8 535.8 543.8 551.8 559.8 567.8 575,8 583.8 591.8 599.8 607.8 615.8 623.8 631.8 639.8 647.8 655.8 663.8 671.8 679.8 687,8 480.2 496.2 504.2 512.2 520.2 528.2 536.2 552.2 560.2 568.2 576.2 584.2 592.2 600.2 608.2 616.2 624.2 632.2 640.2 648.2 656.2 664.2 672.2 680.2 688.2 472.2 472.6 473.0 473.4 473.8 481.0 497.0 505.0 521.0 537.0 545.0 553.0 569.0 577.0 593.0 609.0 617.0 641.0 649.0 665.0 480.6 496.6 504.6 520.6 536.6 544.6 552.6 568.6 576.6 592,6 608.6 616.6 640.6 648.6 664.6 481.4 497.4 505.4 521.4 529.4 537.4 553.4 569.4 577.4 593.4 601.4 609.4 625.4 633.4 641.4 649.4 665.4 673.4 681.4 689.4 481.8 497.8 505.8 521.8 529.8 537.8 545.8 553.8 569.8 577.8 593.8 601.8 609.8 625.8 633.8 641.8 649.8 665.8 673.8 681.8 689.8 11 474.2 482.2 498.2 506.2 514.2 522.2 530.2 538.2 546.2 554.2 562.2 570.2 578.2 586.2 594.2 602.2 610.2 618.2 626.2 634.2 642.2 650.2 658.2 666.2 674.2 682.2 690.2 12 474.6 482.6 498.6 506.6 514.6 522.6 530.6 538.6 546.6 554.6 562.6 570.6 578.6 586.6 594.6 602.6 610.6 618.6 626.6 634.6 642.6 650.6 658.6 666.6 674.6 682.6 690.6 13 475.0 483.0 499.0 507.0 515.0 523.0 531.0 539.0 547.0 555.0 563.0 571.0 579.0 587.0 595.0 603.0 611.0 619.0 627.0 635.0 643.0 651.0 659.0 667.0 675.0 683.0 691.0 14 475.4 483.4 499.4 507.4 515.4 523.4 531.4 539.4 547.4 555.4 563.4 571.4 579.4 587.4 595.4 603.4 611.4 619.4 627.4 635.4 643.4 651.4 659.4 667.4 675.4 683.4 691.4 15 475.8 483.8 491.8 499.8 507.8 515.8 523.8 531.8 539.8 547.8 555.8 563.8 571.8 579.8 587.8 595.8 603.8 611.8 619.8 627.8 635.8 643.8 651.8 659.8 667.8 675.8 683.8 691.8 16 476.2 484.2 500.2 508.2 516.2 524.2 532.2 540.2 548.2 556.2 564.2 572.2 580.2 588.2 596.2 604.2 612.2 620.2 628.2 636.2 644.2 652.2 660.2 668.2 676.2 684.2 692.2 17 476.6 484.6 516.6 524.6 532.6 540.6 556.6 572.6 596.6 612.6 636.6 644.6 652.6 668.6 676.6 18 477.0 485.0 493.0 517.0 525.0 533.0 541.0 557.0 573.0 597.0 613.0 637.0 645.0 653.0 669.0 677.0 19 477.4 485.4 501.4 509.4 517.4 525.4 533.4 541.4 549.4 557.4 565.4 573.4 581.4 589.4 597.4 605.4 613.4 621.4 629.4 637.4 645.4 653.4 661.4 669.4 677.4 685.4 693.4 20 477.8 485.8 493.8 501.8 509.8 517.8 525.8 533.8 541.8 549.8 557.8 565.8 573.8 581.8 589.8 597.8 605.8 613.8 621.8 629.8 637.8 645.8 653.8 661.8 669.8 677.8 685.8 693.8 Channel Assignments by Region Region North America, South Korea, Taiwan, Philippines UK and Western Europe , Greenland, Asia, Africa Australia and New Zealand Japan Taiwan China AL Frequency Region x z x x x -16- For further information, contact Audio Ltd or your local distributor Copyright@ 2017 Audio Ltd. 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