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****** Page 1 ****** 5000 Series User Manual UHF Wireless Systems ATW-R5220 Dual Receiver ATW-R5220DAN Dual Receiver with Dante Output ATW-T5201 Body-Pack Transmitter ATW-T5202 Handheld Transmitter (without capsule) o o gacK RfCEVfn 01 PLSK audio-teclmica o o audio-technica

****** Page 2 ****** Contents Introduction ………………2 Important information ………………………………………………………..2 Notes on use … ……………………..4 Maintenance ……………………………………………………………………..4 Part names and functions…………………………………. . ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN.. ATW-T5201 . ATW-T5202 …….30 How to insert batteries…………………. . ATW-T5201 . ATW-T5202 … .. 9 How to attach and detach the interchangeable microphone ………..32 capsule (only for ATW-T5202)………….. ……….10 How to attach How to remove . How to read the display ……………………………………………………1 1 ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN.. ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202….. How to operate………………………………………………………………..14 Basic operation Using SYNC shortcut 14 Settings ………………………………………………………………………….15 ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN.. ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202….. Setting ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN 16 List of setting items 16 Setting the operating frequency . Setting the channel (receiver) name 16 Setting the audio output level. Scanning for open channels ….. ….. ……………………………………… Setting transmitters via IR 17 Setting the squelch level… Setting the system-related functions…………………………………………………… 18 Setting network……. . 21 Using test mode 22 Setting DANTE . Settting ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202 ….. ….. ….. ….. ……….. ……23 List of setting items .. Setting the transmission frequency. Setting the channel (transmitter) name 23 Setting the gain… Setting the microphone input gain …………………….. Setting the RF transmission output ….. ….. 24 Setting HPF (High-Pass Setting lock . Setting the function 25 Setting the system-related 25 How to attach the transmitter (ATW-T5201) ….. ….. .. . ……27 .5 10 10 11 13 14 15 15 16 17 17 18 .22 .23 .23 .24 . 24 .24 . 24 Making connections (basic connections) …………………………….27 Using IR SYNC…………………………………………………………………28 Achieving stable reception ………………………………………………..28 Rack-mounting the receiver……………………………………………….28 Troubleshooting ……………………………………………………………….29 ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN……. .29 ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202 29 Dimensions…………………. ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN……. .30 ATW-T5201 31 ATW-T5202 .. 31 Specifications………………………………………….. Overall system 32 ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN………………………………. … ATW-T5201 . .32 ATW-T5202 …… .33

****** Page 3 ****** Introduction Thank you for purchasing this Audio-Technica product. Before using the product, read through this user manual to ensure that you will use the product correctly. Please keep this manual for future Important information Warning: • To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. Caution: • Do not expose this apparatus to drips or splashes. • To avoid electric shock, do not open the cabinet. • Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. • Do not expose this apparatus to excessive heat such as that generated by sunshine, fire or other heat sources. • Do not subject this apparatus to strong impact. • This apparatus should be located close enough to the AC outlet so that you can easily grasp the power cord plug at any time. • In case of emergency, disconnect the power cord plug of this apparatus quickly. • Do not place any objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on this apparatus. • To prevent fire, do not place any naked flame sources (such as lighted candles) on this apparatus. • Do not install this apparatus in a confined space such as a bookcase or similar unit. • Install this apparatus only in the places with good ventilation. • To prevent fire, do not cover the ventilation of this apparatus with newspapers, table-clothes, curtains, etc. • This apparatus with Class I construction shall be connected to the AC outlet with a protective grounding connection. • This apparatus is not disconnected from the mains as long as it is connected to the AC outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off. • In order to maintain proper ventilation, do not place any objects around the rear of this apparatu s. • This apparatus should be placed at least 15 cm away from a rear wall. This apparatus should not be placed near to other electrical apparatuses. Keep the top and sides of this apparatus at least 10 mm away from any other surface if sitting on shelving, such as an audio apparatus rack. Failure to do so may cause this apparatus to overheat which in turn may cause it or surrounding items to catch fire. Battery caution: • Keep batteries out of the reach of children. • Observe correct polarity as marked. • Do not expose the battery to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. • Always consider the environment issues and follow local regulations when disposing of batteries. • Remove depleted battery immediately. • Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. • Use only disposable LR06(AA) alkaline or Ni-MH batteries. • Do not use new batteries and old one at the same time. • Do not use different batteries type or model. • Do not use a leaking battery. If battery leakage occurs, avoid contact with skin. If contact occurs, immediately wash thoroughly with soap and water. • If battery leakage comes into contact with your eyes, immediately flush with water and seek medical attention. For customers in the USA/Canada CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN Caution: To prevent electric shock, do not remove the cover. lhere are no user-serviceable parts inside. Internal adjustments are for qualified professionals only. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of shock to persons. The exclamation point symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the product. 2

****** Page 4 ****** Important information Important Safety Instructions 1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not block any of ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 1 1 . Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 12. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. 13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. FCC Notice Warning: 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, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Caution: You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. Wireless microphone users shall rely on the white space databases in part 15, Subpart H to determine that their intended operating frequencies are available for unlicensed wireless microphone operation at the location where they will be used. Wireless microphone users must register with and check a white space database to determine available channels prior to beginning operation at a given location. A user must re-check the database for available channels if it moves to another location. 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 harmful interference 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. For customers in Canada IC statement CAN RSS-Gen/CNR-Gen This device complies with INDUSTRY CANADA R.S.S. 210. Operation is subject to the following conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference which may cause undesired operation. This device complies with RSS-102 radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. 3

****** Page 5 ****** Notes on use • Be sure to read the user manual for any microphone or cable that you attach to the product. • Disconnect the power cable from the outlet when this product is not in use. • Turn off the power of this product before connecting or disconnecting cables. • If you use the product near a TV or radio antenna, you may hear unwanted noise in the television or radio. If this occurs, move the product away from the device. • Two waves of the same frequency can’t be used simultaneously. • Be careful of interference noise caused by the surrounding radio wave environment and use of multiple systems. • Wireless systems may be affected by the spark noise of vehicles, dimmer of lighting apparatus, computers, office automation apparatus and electronic musical instruments. Place and use the product where it is less likely to be affected by the above. • Be sure to use this product in combination with components specified by our company. • Be sure the connected cable is plugged all the way into the product. • When you connect the product with a mixer, turn off the phantom power source. • If you use the product close to an electronic or communications device (such as a mobile phone), the product may produce unwanted noise. If this occurs, move the product away from the device. • When setting up the product, make sure there are no obstacles between the transmitter and the receiver that might block the signal. •To prevent the batteries from wearing out, turn the transmitter off when not in use. • Over time, discoloration may occur due to ultraviolet rays (especially direct sunlight) and friction. • It is legally prohibited to dismantle and modify this product. In addition, this product is so precisely manufactured that dismantling it could cause electric shock, failure or fire. Never dismantle this product. Using multiple wireless systems • If you use more than one device at the same time, use them in the same group. • When using multiple units simultaneously, maintain 1 meter or more between individual transmitters and 3 meters or more between transmitters and receivers’ antennas. • When using multiple units, power on transmitters one by one, making sure there is no unwanted noise. • When a howling (beeping or squealing) sound is produced during use, turn down the output volume of the connected mixer/amplifier. Maintenance • If the product becomes stained or covered with dust, be sure to disconnect the power cable before wiping it off with a dry and soft cloth. • Do not use benzine, thinner or electrical contact cleaner, etc. They may deform or otherwise damage the product, or cause operational failure. 4

****** Page 6 ****** Part names and functions ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN Front panel o o 1 a.AÆK o 2 PUSH ENTER ooo UHF SYNTHESIZED DIVERSITY RECEIVER o o aacK O PUSH UTER o Power button ( Use to turn the receiver on or standby. Symbol indicates standby.) IR sync window O O O O Use to IR SYNC with the transmitter (ATW-T5201 , ATW-T5202). Function button 1 Press to switch the main display and the level meter display. Function button 2 Press to switch the main display.. Display Displays the receiver state and setting menus. BACK button Press to take the display back one screen. Returns to the Main screen when pressed and held. Control dial Displays the setting menu when you press the dial. Turn the dial to select a setting and press to confirm. When you press and hold the dial, “TX SYNC” setting screen is displayed. Headphone monitor(6.3 mm) output jack This is the headphone output jack used for monitoring. It allows you to monitor receivers 1 and 2. Headphone channel indicator Displays which receiver is being monitored, receiver 1 or 2. Headphone volume/Channel switch Use when adjusting the volume of the headphones for monitoring. Press and release the dial to switch between receivers 1 and 2. • Does not affect receiver audio output level. 5

****** Page 7 ****** Part names and functions Rear panel The figure below is AM-R5220. o Antenna input jack e oo oo o O 0 O Symbol indicates direct current.) Each jack supplies DC 12 V to a connected antenna. Additionally other compatible accessories (sold separately) can be connected. Antenna output jack Distributes and outputs signals input to antennas A and B. By using this jack, it is possible to connect up to seven receivers (8 total). Ground lift switch This switch isolates the GND pin of the balanced/unbalanced output from the ground. Normally this is kept in the GND position, but if a hum develops due to a ground loop, switch to the LIFT side. Balanced output jack (XLR 3-pin male) GND HOT 3 COLD RECEIVER2 Network interface By connecting to a PC via Ethernet, you can use the PC for monitoring or control. In the case of ATW-R5220DAN, it will be the DANTE output port. AC inlet Connect the power cable. Symbol indicates the current.) Main power switch Press the main power switch to turn the power on. Turn the main power switch on before turning the front panel power switch on. 6

****** Page 8 ****** Part names and functions ATW-T5201 O Indicator O go O O LED that shows the status of the transmitter. When the power is turned ON: Solid green When the transmitter is muted: Solid red Transmission antenna Function button Press briefly to turn the screen back on if it shuts off. Press and hold to perform preselected function. Input connector Connect a microphone, a headworn microphone, a guitar cable, etc. Pin 1: GND Pin 2: Instrument input Display Shows the current status. Pin 4: +5 V output Pin 3: Microphone input O 7 Lever push switch Use to select various settings. Turn to the right to change a selection. DOWN (O Turn to the left to change a selection. Press to confirm a selection. Power switch Use to turn the power on or off. SYNC button Use to IR SYNC with the receiver (ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN). Battery cover IR sync window Use to IR SYNC with the receiver. If no buttons are pressed for a period of 30 seconds, the display will turn off. BACK button Press to take the display back one screen. Returns to the Main screen when pressed and held.

****** Page 9 ****** Part names and functions ATW-T5202 O -o o o o 8 12 O O Interchangeable microphone capsule Display Shows the current status. If no buttons are pressed for a period of 30 seconds, the display will turn off. Grip case UP button Used for selecting various settings. BACK button Press to take the display back one screen. Returns to the Main screen when pressed and held. IR sync window Use to IR SYNC with the receiver. DOWN button Used for selecting various settings. SET button Press to confirm a selection. SYNC button Use to IR SYNC with the receiver (ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN). Power switch Use to turn the power on or off. Battery cover Function button Press briefly to turn the screen back on if it shuts off. Press and hold to perform preselected function. Indicator LED that shows the status of the transmitter. When the power is turned ON: Solid green When the transmitter is muted: Solid red

****** Page 10 ****** How to insert batteries ATW-T5201 ATW-T5202 1. 2. 3. 4. Slide the battery cover latches inward as shown by the arrows. With the latches pressed in, slide the cover down as shown by the arrow. Open the battery cover. Insert the batteries according to the plus (+) and minus (-) marks found inside the battery compartment. 1. 2. 3. Rotate the grip case of the battery compartment. Open the battery cover. • Put your finger on the hook of the battery cover and pull it to open the battery cover. Insert the batteries according to the plus (+) and minus (-) marks found inside the battery compartment. 9

****** Page 11 ****** How to attach and detach the interchangeable microphone capsule (only for ATW-T5202) How to attach 1. 2. 1. 2. Attach the microphone capsule to the body of the transmitter. Rotate the microphone capsule clockwise to tighten it. How to remove Rotate the microphone capsule counterclockwise to loosen it. Detach the microphone capsule from the body of the transmitter. • Do not directly touch or scratch the connection surface. • Be sure to turn off the power of the transmitter before attaching/ detaching the microphone capsule. • Do not forcibly attach the microphone capsule. Doing so may damage the transmitter or microphone capsule. 10

****** Page 12 ****** How to read the display ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN Main screen o a TX HPF 30mW O Transmitter information display area VOCALI 000.000MHz r:06 Ch:l O O O Group indicator Channel indicator o o Information on the connected transmitter is displayed. Refer to “Transmitter information display area” (p. 10) for screen display. RF level indicator Displays the strength of RF reception for antennas A 8 B. Name display Displays the specified name. Frequency indicator Displays the set frequency. Receiver mute indicator A speaker icon with a slash through it is displayed when the receiver is muted. AF level indicator Displays the strength of the received audio signal. Transmitter information display area Backup frequency indicator “BIY icon is displayed when the backup frequency mode is ON. Lock status indicator Antenna input power indicator Icon is displayed when the antenna power supply is ON. O a TX 30mW Normal O a TX MUTE Muted Battery level indicator 9 Transmitter mute indicator O a -rx Non-communication O Lock status indicator High-pass filter indicator @ RF transmission output indicator A microphone with a slash through it is displayed when the transmitter is muted. o Transmitter non-communication indicator 11

****** Page 13 ****** How to read the display Level meter screen O TX-RF PWR 30mw B RX O -92 -86 -80 -74 dBm O-30-24-18-15-12-10 -8 -6 -4 -2 0 +2 +4 +6 dBu O RF transmission output indicator (transmitter) Marker (when the minimum hold function is on) Shows the minimum level at which the RF is held. Mute indicator A speaker icon with a slash through it is displayed when transmitter is muted. Minimum hold function Audio output indicator (receiver) Gain indicator (transmitter) Overload (excessive input) indicator If you press the BACK button on the level meter screen, the minimum hold function turns on and its marker is displayed. • The marker indicates the lowest level of RF signal received from the transmitter. • The marker does not move if the input RF level is higher than the marker position. • If the RF level input is lower than the marker position, the marker moves in tandem with the RF level. •To reset the marker position, press the BACK button again. Switching between screens The screen is switched every time the function button 1 TX B is pressed. HPF 30mW VOCALI 000.000MHz Gr:06 Ch:12 Main screen -92 -80 -74 dBm TX-RF PWR 30mw B m+12dB m-10dB -40-30-24-18-15-12-10 -8 -6 -4 -2 0 +2 +4 +6 dBu Level meter screen 12

****** Page 14 ****** How to read the display ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202 The main screen is displayed when the power is switched on. If you press the UP/Down button on the main screen, the screen display is switched. o 000. OO 0 VOC Ll 0 0 0 O /L….IX Gr:02 Ch•.05 0 O Frequency indicator Displays the set frequency. @ Lock status indicator @ Battery level indicator CIIZ> : 75% or more battery power remaining. CZZ* : 50 to 75% battery power remaining. • 25 to 50% battery power remaining. • 25% or less battery power remaining. (Flicker): Replace the batteries. O RF transmission output indicator •RF Power High (50mW) RF Power Mid (10mW) : RF Power Low (2mW) B RF Power Off High-pass filter indicator Name display Displays the specified name. Group indicator Channel indicator 13

****** Page 15 ****** How to operate Basic operation 1 . Turn on the main power button of the receiver (ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN). Using SYNC shortcut You can easily move to the setting screen that you can set the settings of the receiver with SYNC shortcut. o 1. O O 2. o o 14 Press and hold (for approximately 2 seconds) the control dial on the main screen. “TX SYNC” setting screen is displayed. • Refer to ‘iUsing IR SYNC” (p.p. 17) for subsequent steps. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Turn on the power button of the receiver (ATW-R5330/ATW-R5220DAN). • The display lights and the main screen is displayed. Set the operating frequency. Turn on the power switch of the transmitter (ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202). • The indicator lights and the display shows the main screen. ATW-T5201 Set the transmission frequency. ATW-T5202 fi Check the RF level indicator on the receiver. • Check that antenna A or B lights up. Speak into the microphone. • Make sure the AF level indicator lights up on the receiver.

****** Page 16 ****** Settings Various settings can be made from the menu screen shown on the display. ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN Press the control dial. • The main menu screen appears. ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202 The transmitter’s (ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202) UP/DOWN button operation is explained below. In this user manual, the text is indicated as the button operation. ATW-T5201: Slide to the UP/DOWN position. ATW-T5202: Press the UP/DOWN button. o 2. 3. o O o 1. 2. 3. Press the SET button. • The menu screen appears. ATW-T5201 ATW-T5202 Turn the control dial to select the item you wish to set. VOCALI UTILITIES HPF 30mW 000.00 FREQUENCY NAME Gr:06 Ch:12 ÄV////////Ø AF Press the control dial to open the settings menu of the selected item. • Press the BACK button to go back one screen. • To cancel partway through making a setting, press the BACK button. • While on the settings screen, the display will return to the main screen if approximately 60 seconds pass without a button or the control dial being used. Press the UP/DOWN button to select the item you wish to set. FREQUENCY Selected menu item OOO. OOO MHz Current setting value Press the SET button to display the settings screen for the selected item. • Press the BACK button to go back one screen. • To cancel partway through making a setting, press the BACK button. • While on the settings screen, the display will return to the main screen if approximately 30 seconds pass without a button or the control dial being used. 15

****** Page 17 ****** Setting ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN List of setting items FREQUENCY MANUAL Setting the operating frequency Manual setting NAME AUDIO SCAN TX SYNC SQUELCH UTILITIES NETWORK TOOLS DANTE* Gr/Ch AUTO MANUAL LOCK ANT PWR Gr/Ch BACKUP FREO AF METER BRIGHTNESS ACCESS RESET VERSION DEVICE ID IP SETTING REMOTE CTRL SYSLOG DISCOVERY NTP MAC ADDRESS WALK TEST MONITOR MODE INFO IP SETTING MAC ADDRESS VERSION Set the operating frequency. Set the channel name. Set the audio output level. Scan for open channels. Set transmitters via IR SYNC. Set the squelch level. Set this function to prevent the receiver settings from being changed Set whether to turn power on or off to the antenna input terminals. Edit the groups/channels 01 to 10. Set the backup frequency. Switch the level meter on the main screen between receiver and transmitter. Set the display brightness. Set the user access level. This returns the receiver settings to their factory defaults. This function displays product information such as the version of the receiver. Set the receiver’s ID No. Set the IP. Set the remote control. Set whether to send the log message to the Syslog server. Set automatic detection by the application. Set the NTP (Network Tme Protocol). Display the MAC address. Record for 90 sec. the RF level being received. This mode will enable monitoring with headphones only. (The audio OUT and DANTE OUT will be muted.) Display the device name and channel label. Set the DANTE’s IP. Display the MAC address. This function displays product information such as the version of the receiver. 1 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [FREQUENCY] and then press the control dial. Select [MANUAL] and press the control dial. Turn the control dial to set the first 3 digits. When finished setting them, press the control dial. Turn the control dial to set the last 3 digits. When finished setting them, press the control dial. • The setting is complete. Setting by group/channel 1 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [FREQUENCY] and then press the control dial. Select [Gr/Ch] and press the control dial. Turn the control dial to set the group. When finished setting it, press the control dial. Turn the control dial to set the channel. When finished setting it, press the control dial. • The setting is complete. Setting the channel (receiver) name The following characters can be entered: The maximum number of characters that can be entered is 8. Alphabetic (uppercase letters) Numeric * ATW-R5220DAN only 1 2. 3. 4. Symbols (+, —t period) Space From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [NAME] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select the desired character and then press the control dial. • The character is input and the cursor moves. Repeat the operation in Step 2 to enter all characters. Turn the control dial, select [End] and then press the control dial. • The setting is complete. 16

****** Page 18 ****** Setting ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN Setting the audio output level Selecting the group you want to scan: 4. 5. 2. 3. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [AUDIO] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial to set the audio output level. • The level changes 2dB +/- each time you turn the control dial. • It can be set from -60 to OdB. Press the control dial. • The setting is complete. Confirm the scan result by selecting [0K] and then pressing the control dial. • If you want to scan over again, select [Retry]. Select the channel selection method, and them press the control dial. • When selecting [Manuall and pressing the control dial, available channels and frequencies are shown in a list. Turn the control dial, select an available channel and then press the control dial The setting is complete. • When selecting [Find Best] and pressing the control dial, the optimum channel and frequency are shown. Turn the control dial, select [Setl and then press the control dial. The setting is complete. Scanning for open channels Scan for unused channels in the current environment for use. Setting transmitters via IR SYNC This function allows you to make transmitter settings on the receiver and then automatically configure the transmitter via IR SYNC. The following are the available settings and setting values: 2. 3. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [SCAN] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial to select the group you want to scan. After selecting a group, press the control dial. • Selecting “ALL” will scan all the groups. Turn the control dial to select the preferred threshold. selecting the threshold, press the control dial. • You can select [Normal], [Highl or [Lowl sensitivity. High: Prioritize the number of channels, Normal Low: Prioritize stable operation. Starts. Settings Freq Name RF Pwr Gain Sens.* Lock Batt HPF * ATWLT5201 only Setting values Current setting value, NoChange Current setting value, NoChange Low:2mW, Mid:10mW, High:50mW, NoChange -10 to +20dB, NoChange 0, +10dB, NoChange Lock, Unlock, NoChange Alkaline, Ni-MH, NoChange OFF, ON, NoChange Selecting [ALL]: 4. 5. 1 2. 3. 4. 5. Confirm the scan result, select the group and then press the control dial. Select the channel selection method, and them press the control dial. • When selecting [Manuall and pressing the control dial, available channels and frequencies are shown in a list. Turn the control dial, select an available channel and then press the control dial. The setting is complete. • When selecting [Find Bestl and pressing the control dial, the optimum channel and frequency are shown. Turn the control dial, select [Setl and then press the control dial. The setting is complete. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [TX SYNC] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial to select a setting you would like to sync to the transmitter and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial to select the setting value and then press the control dial. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for each setting you would like to sync to the transmitter. Turn the control dial, select [SYNC START] and then press the control dial. • Communication function is in standby. Refer to “Using IR SYNC” (p. 28) for subsequent steps. 17

****** Page 19 ****** Setting ATW-R5220/TW-R5220DAN Setting the squelch level Setting automatically Setting the system-related functions Setting the lock Set this function to prevent the receiver settings from being changed • The default setting is [Unlock]. 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [SQUELCH] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [AUTO] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [Normal], [High] or [Low] and then press the control dial. • You can select one from [Normal], [Highl or [Low]. High: Prioritize the sound/voice quality. Normal Low: Prioritize the available range. Scan starts. • If an error message is displayed, change the operating frequency. Tho error indicates that the current frequency is already in use or that there is excessive noise. Scan starts. Press the control dial. • The setting is complete. 1 2. 3. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [UTILITIES] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [LOCK] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial to select [Lock] or [Unlock], and then press the control dial. • The setting is complete. Setting the antenna power Set whether to turn power on or off to the antenna input terminals. • The default setting is IOFFI. 2. 3. Setting manually If set to [ONI, power is supplied to both antennas A and B. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [UTILITIES] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [ANT PWR] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [ON] or [OFF] and then press the control dial. • The setting is complete. 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [SQUELCH] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [MANUAL] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial to select the value you wish to set. • The meter indicates the RF level. • It can be set from levels 1 to 16. • While tho available range of the transmitter becomes wider as the squelch level is lower, there may be cases when noises occur under the influence of other radio waves. While the available range of the transmitter becomes narrower as the squelch level is made higher, noises are less likely to occur due to the less influence of other radio waves, Press the control dial. • The setting is complete. 18

****** Page 20 ****** Setting ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN Setting group/channnel editing Setting group/channel Groups/Channels 01 to 10 can be edited. Setting the backup frequency mode If you set the backup frequency in advance, you can switch the frequency of the transmitter and receiver with the transmitter. It is convenient to set this function when you want to switch the frequency easily. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [UTILITIES] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [Gr/Ch EDIT] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [EDIT] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select a channel and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [ON] or [OFF] and then press the control dial. • If you select [OFFL the group can not be used. Turn the control dial, select a channel and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [EDIT] and then press the control dial. • By pressing ISETI, you can set the frequency of tho selected channel. • If you press [RESET l, the frequency of tho selected channel becomes blank. After setting all channels, turn the control dial, select [Sync] or [Save] and then press the control dial. • If you press [Save], the setting is completed. • If you press [Sync], the screen turns to an IR SYNC standby screen. Refer to “Using IR SYNC’ (p. 28) for subsequent stops. 1 2. 3. 4. 5. The default setting is IOFFI. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [UTILITIES] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [BACKUP FREQ] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [ON] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [Manual] or IGr/Ch] and then press the control dial. • If you select [Manual], you can set the frequency. • If you select IGr/Chl, you can set the group/channel. After setting each item, turn the control dial, select [Set] or [Sync] and then press the control dial. • If you press [SET], the setting is completed but you must still sync the setting with the transmitter or set the backup frequency manually on the transmitter in order to use the backup frequency. • If you press ISyncl, the screen turns to an IR SYNC standby screen, Refer to “Using IR SYNC” (p. 28) for subsequent steps. Syncing the Group/Channel The Groups/Channels that have been set with [EDITI can be set to the transmitter in groups with IR SYNC. 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [UTILITIES] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [Gr/Ch EDIT] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [Gr/Ch SYNC] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial to select group and then press the control dial. • The screen turns to an IR SYNC standby screen. Refer to “Using IR SYNC” (p. 28) for subsequent steps. 19

****** Page 21 ****** Setting ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN Setting the AF level meter on the main screen Switch the AF level meter on the main screen between [Receiver (Rx)] and [Transmitter (TX)]. • The default setting is [RX]. Resetting This returns the receiver settings to their factory defaults. 2. 3. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [UTILITIES] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [AF METER] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [RX] or [TX] and then press the control dial. • The setting is complete. 1 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [UTILITIES] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [RESET] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [Yes] and then press the control dial. After the confirmation screen is displayed, turn the control dial again to select [Yes] and then press the control dial. • Reset starts. Setting the display brightness The default setting is IHighl. Checking the receiver information This function displays product information such as the version of the 2. 3. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [UTILITIES] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [BRIGHTNESS] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [High] or [Low] and then press the control dial. • The setting is complete. 2. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [UTILITIES] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [VERSION]. Setting the user access level Set the user access level. • The default setting is [Free Tuning]. 2. 3. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [UTILITIES] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [ACCESS] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [Free Tuning] or [Group Only] and then press the control dial. Free Tuning Group Only No limit Selection of frequency can be made only from group. • The setting is complete. 20

****** Page 22 ****** Setting ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN Setting network By connecting the receiver and PC, you can use the dedicated app for monitoring or controlling with the PC. Setting the receiver’s ID No. Setting the log message Set whether to send the log message to the Syslog server. 1 2. 3. 2. 3. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [NETWORK] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [DEVICE IDI and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select the device ID and then press the control dial. • The setting is complete. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [NETWORK] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [SYSLOG] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [ON] or [OFF] and then press the control dial. • The setting is complete. Setting the IP • Syslog is a standard for transferring log messages across IP networks. It is used for administration of computer systems and security monitoring. Setting automatic detection by the application 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [NETWORK] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [IP SETTING] and then press the control dial. Select an item you want to set and press the control dial. 1 2. 3. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [NETWORK] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [DISCOVERY] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [ON] or [OFF] and then press the control dial. • The setting is complete. IP Mode IP Address* Subnet Mask* Gateway* Set how to obtain IP addresses. [Auto]: IP addresses are automatically assigned. [Static]: Set to use the specified static IP addresses. Specify static IP addresses. Set the subnet mask. Set the gateway. Setting NTP Set the NTP (Network Time Protocol). *This item can be set only when [IP Model is set to IStatic]. Set each item. Setting the remote control 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [NETWORK] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [N T P] and then press the control dial. Select an item you want to set and press the control dial. 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [NETWORK] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [REMOTE CTRL] and then press the control dial. Select an item you want to set and press the control dial. port Notification I-VL Notify Multicast IP Multicast Port Set each item. Set the receiver’s ID No. Receive notifications from the receiver. Set whether to include the AF and RF level in the notification from the receiver during remote control. Set the address for multicast. Set the port number for multicast. NTP Server adrs Port Time Zone DST DST Start Date DST Start Time DST End Date DST End Time Set each item. Set whether to enable or disable the NTP (Network Time Protocol). Set the NTP server address. Set the N TP port number. Set the time difference from the UTC (Coordinated Universal Time). Turn on/off the daylight saving time. Set the starting date of daylight saving time. Set the starting time of daylight saving time. Set the ending date of daylight saving time. Set the ending time of daylight saving time. 21

****** Page 23 ****** Setting ATW-R5220/TW-R5220DAN Setting MAC address Setting the DANTE’s IP 2. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [NETWORK] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [MAC ADDRESS]. 1 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [DANTE] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [IP SETTING] and then press the control dial. Select an item you want to set and press the control dial. Using test mode Using the walk test function When using the walk test function, record for 90 sec. the RF level being received. IP Mode IP Address* Subnet Mask* Gateway* Set how to obtain IP addresses. [Auto]: IP addresses are automatically assigned. [Static]: Set to use the specified static IP addresses. Specify static IP addresses. Set the subnet mask. Set the gateway. 2. 3. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [TOOLS] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [WALK TEST] and then press the control dial. Select [START] and press the control dial. • Walk test starts. *This item can be set only when [IP Model is set to [Static]. Set each item. Setting MAC address Setting monitor mode This mode will enable monitoring with headphones only. (The audio OUT and DANTE OUT will be muted.) 1. 2. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [DANTE] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [MAC ADDRESS]. 2. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [TOOLS] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [MONITOR MODE] and then press the control dial. • Monitor mode is set. Checking the receiver information This function displays product information such as the version of the receiver. 1 2. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [DANTE] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [VERSION]. Setting DANTE This setting is used only for ATW-R5220DAN. Displaying the device name and channel label 2. From the menu screen, turn the control dial, select [DANTE] and then press the control dial. Turn the control dial, select [INFO]. 22

****** Page 24 ****** Setting ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202 List of setting items Setting by group/channel FREQUENCY MANUAL Gr/Ch NAME GAIN SENSITIVITY* RF POVVER HPF LOCK TOOLS UTILITIES * ATW-T5201 only Fn BUTTON TEST TONE BATTERY LED ACCESS RESET VERSION Set the transmission frequency. Set the channel name. Set the microphone input gain. Set the gain. Set the transmission output. Set HPF (High-Pass Filter). Set a lock. Set the function allocation for function button. Output a test signal from the transmitter. Set the type of batteries used. Set whether to constantly keep indicator turned on or off. Set the user access level. This returns the transmitter settings to their factory defaults. It shows the version of the transmitter. 1 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [FREQUENCY], and then press the SET button. FREQUENCY OOO . OOO MHz After selecting [Gr/Ch], press the SET button. FREQUENCY Gr/Ch Press the UP/DOWN button to set the group. After completing the setting, press the SET button. Press the UP/DOWN button to set the channel. After completing the setting, press the SET button. • The setting is complete. Setting the transmission frequency Setting manually Setting the channel (transmitter) name The following characters can be entered: The maximum number of characters that can be entered is 8. 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [FREQUENCY], and then press the SET button. FREQUENCY OOO .OOO MHz After selecting [MANUAL], press the SET button. FREQUENCY MANUAL Press the UP/DOWN button to set the first 3 digits. After completing the setting, press the SET button. Press the UP/DOWN button to set the last 3 digits. After completing the setting, press the SET button. • The setting is complete. Alphabetic (uppercase letters) Numeric 2. 3. 4. 5. 23 Symbols (+, —t 8, period) Space From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [NAME], and then press the SET button. NAME Press the UP/DOWN to select a desired character and press the SET button. • The character is input and the cursor moves. Repeat the operation in Step 2 to enter all characters. • If you don’t enter 8 characters, press the UP/DOWN button and select [Endl and then press the SET button. After entering the 8th character, press the SET button. • [Endl is displayed. Press the SET button. • The setting is complete.

****** Page 25 ****** Setting ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202 Setting the gain Setting HPF (High-Pass Filter) 2. 3. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [GAIN], and then press the SET button. GAIN OdB Press the UP/DOWN button to select the gain you wish to set. • The level changes 2dB +/- each time you press the UP/DOWN button. • It can be set from -10 to +20 dB. Press the SET button. • The setting is complete. 2. 3. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [HPF], and then press the SET button. Off Press the UP/DOWN button to select [On] or [Off]. Press the SET button. • The setting is complete. Setting lock Setting the microphone input gain From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [LOCK], and then press the SET button. LOCK Unlock Press the UP/DOWN button to select [Lock] or [Unlock]. 2. 3. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [SENSITIVITY], and then press the SET button. SENSITIVITY OdB Press the UP/DOWN button and select [OdB] or [+1 OdB]. Press the SET button. • The setting is complete. 2. 3. Lock Unlock Locks transmitter buttons Unlocks transmitter buttons Press the SET button. • Tho setting is complete. Setting the RF transmission output 2. 3. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [RF POWER], and then press the SET button. RF POWER High:50mW Press the UP/DOWN button and select [High:50mW], [Mid:10mW], [Low:2mW] or [Off]. Press the SET button. • The setting is complete. 24

****** Page 26 ****** Setting ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202 Setting the function Setting the function for the function button Select the function to be performed when the function button is pressed and held 3. Press the UP/DOWN button to select [On], and then press the SET button. • Outputting a test signal starts. • While outputting a test signal, a microphone input will be muted. 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [TOOLS], and then press the SET button. TOOLS Press the UP/DOWN button to select [Fn BUITON], and then press the SET button. Fn BUTTON Disable Press the UP/DOWN button to select the function you wish to Setting the system-related functions Setting the battery type Set the type of batteries used. set. Disable Mute (only for ATW- T5202) MuteOnLock (only for ATW-T5202) Bkup Freq RFOff Press the SET button. • The setting is complete. No function Mutes the transmitter Mutes the transmitter (even when transmitter buttons are locked) Switches to backup frequency (When selected, set the frequency, group, and channel.) Turns off RF transmission output 2. 3. 4. The default setting is [Alkaline]. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [UTILITIES], and then press the SET button. UTILITIES Press the UP/DOWN button to select [BAITERY] and press the SET button. BATTERY Alkaline Press the UP/DOWN button to select the battery you wish to set. Alkaline NiMH Select when using alkaline batteries. Select when using nickel—metal hydride batteries. Outputting a test signal from the transmitter Press the SET button. • The setting is complete. • If the appropriate setting is not made for the batteries used, the battery power indicator will not display the correct information. Always set the type of battery according to the batteries used. 2. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [TOOLS], and then press the SET button. TOOLS Press the UP/DOWN button to select TEST TONE], and then press the SET button. TEST TONE Off 25

****** Page 27 ****** Setting ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202 Setting the indicator The indicator LED can be turned [Onl or [Off]. Resetting This returns the transmitter settings to their factory defaults. 2. 3. 4. The default setting is [On]. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [UTILITIES], and then press the SET button. UTILITIES Press the UP/DOWN button to select [LED] and press the SET button. LED On Press the UP/DOWN button to select [On] or [Off]. Press the SET button. • The setting is complete. 2. 3. 4. 5. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [UTILITIES], and then press the SET button. UTILITIES Press the UP/DOWN button to select [RESET] and press the SET button. RESET No Press the UP/DOWN button to select [Yes]. When the confirmation screen is shown, press the UP/DOWN button again to select [Yes]. Press the SET button. • Reset starts. Setting the user access level Set the user access level. • The default setting is [Free]. Checking the transmitter information This function displays the firmware version for the transmitter. 2. 3. 4. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [UTILITIES], and then press the SET button. UTILITIES Press the UP/DOWN button to select [ACCESS] and press the SET button. ACCESS Free Press the UP/DOWN button to select [Free] or [Group]. 2. From the menu screen, press the UP/DOWN button to select [UTILITIES], and then press the SET button. UTILITIES Press the UP/DOWN button to select [VERSION] and press the SET button. • The version is shown. VERSION 000.000.000 Free Group No limit Selection of frequency can be made only from group. Press the SET button. • The setting is complete. 26

****** Page 28 ****** How to attach the transmitter (ATW-T5201 ) The ATW-T5201 transmitter is equipped with a clip that can be used to attach the transmitter to a belt, etc. You can reverse the direction of the input connector by attaching the clip in the opposite direction. Pull both sides of the clip firmly to the outside to remove the clip from the transmitter. Making connections (basic connections) This is an example of connections made when using one receiver. When connecting more than one receiver via a distributor (sold separately), refer to the distributor’s user manual. Whip antenna Whip antenna Mixer input Mixer input 27 To computer or DANTE device Power cable

****** Page 29 ****** Using IR SYNC This function allows you to make settings on the receiver that are specified for the transmitter. 1. 2. 3. 4. When IR SYNC is started as part of setting the receiver, the “Communication in standby” screen is displayed. Position the IR sync windows of the receiver and transmitter so they face each other. Press the SYNC button on the transmitter. • Wait several seconds until communication is established. When the SYNC is complete, the “completed” screen is displayed. • The settings made on the receiver are automatically synced to the transmitter. • If an error occurs in the SYNC process, an error screen opens and then the display returns to the menu screen. Check the IR SYNC windows of the receiver and transmitter and then SYNC again. • To cancel the SYNC process, press the BACK button on the receiver. You will be returned to the previous screen. Achieving stable reception Low RF signal may result if there are obstructions between receiver antennas and transmitter(s). In such a case, reposition the antennas to get better reception. Use external antennas (sold separately) if the installation space is limited. Rack-mounting the receiver • Screws for rack-mounting the receiver are not included. • Consider ventilation when rack-mounting to avoid heat building up in the rack. o o o o 28

****** Page 30 ****** Troubleshooting ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN Symptoms The power cant be turned on. There is no voice output. The voice output level is low. Sound is distorted. There is unwanted noise. ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202 Symptoms The power can’t be turned on. There is no voice output. The voice output level is low. Sound is distorted. There is unwanted noise. Causes and countermeasures Confirm that the power cable is correctly connected. Confirm that the transmitter/receiver channels are correct Confirm that the power buttons of the transmitter/receiver are not turned OFF. Confirm that the antennas are correctly connected. Confirm that all connected components, such as a mixer, are correctly connected to tho receiver Confirm that the audio output isn’t set to the minimum level. Confirm that the audio output level of connected components (such as a mixer) is not minimized. Confirm that the audio output level isnlt too high. Confirm that the volume of any connected component isn’t too high. Confirm that there is no noise source, such as a fluorescent lamp or electric component, near the receiver. Confirm that each transmitter is using a different frequency: Confirm that the output terminal of the receiver is correctly connected. Confirm that the receiver isnlt taking power from an electrical outlet that is also being used by another noisy component. Confirm that there isn’t any other nearby wireless system using the same frequency band. Adjust the squelch level. Causes and countermeasures Confirm that batteries are in place. Confirm that batteries are not depleted Confirm that batteries are inserted in the right direction. Confirm that the transmitter/receiver channels are correct Confirm that the power switch is not turned OFE Confirm that RF Power isn’t OFF. Confirm that the transmitter isn’t in mute mode. Confirm that the transmission output of the transmitter is not too low. Confirm that the microphone or the guitar cable is not disconnected (only for ATW- T5201). Confirm that the output volume of the musical instrument, such as a guitar, isnlt set at the minimum level, Confirm that the microphone capsule is connected properly (only for ATW-T5202). Confirm that the gain setting of the transmitter is not too high. Confirm that there is no noise source, such as a fluorescent lamp, LED lamp, or electric component, near the transmitter. Confirm that each transmitter is using a different frequency. Confirm that the transmission output setting of the transmitter is not too high. 29 Reference page p. 15, p. 20 p. 13 p. 16 p. 16 p. 24 p. 17 Reference page p. 15, p. 20 p. 13 p. 21 p. 21 p. 21 p. 21 p. 21

****** Page 31 ****** Dimensions ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN o o 400.0 482.0 30 0±10 O (Unit: mm)

****** Page 32 ****** Dimensions ATW-T5201 o audio-technica 64.0 (Unit: mm) ATW-T5202 193.0 (Unit: mm) 31

****** Page 33 ****** Specifications Overall system specifications 470.125 to 607875 MHz, 657.100 to 662900 MHz 580.000 to 607.875 MHz 657.100 to 662.900 MHz Operating frequencies” ATW-R5220 Band DGl: Band DFI: ATW-T5201/ATW-T5202 Band DEI: Band EGI: Band FE2: Minimum frequency step Modulation mode Maximum deviation Dynamic range Total harmonic distortion Operating range’? Frequency response *3 Frequency range 470.125 to 699.875 MHz 470.125 to 590.000 MHz 580.000 to 699875 MI-Iz 25 kHz ATVV-T5201: kHz (THD:IOO/O) ATW-T5202: +40 kHz ATW-T5201 Mic input: 120 dB or higher (A-weighted), typical ATVV-T5201 Inst input: 107 dB or higher (A-weighted), typical ATW-T5202: 116 dB or hiqher (A-weiqhted), typical I -0 % or less (at I kl-lz, ± 17.5 kHz deviation) 100 m (328) ATVV-T5201: 23 Hz to 16,300 Hz ATW-T5202: 33 Hz to 16,300 Hz Number of frequencies 9,191 5,511 +233 4,796 4,796 1 116+223 *I Please note that some frequency bands might not be available in your territory or could come with a limited tuning bandwidth/transmitting power due to local regulations. Open range environment with no interfering signals. *3 Frequency response depends on attached microphone element. ATW-R5220/ATW-R5220DAN Receiving system Image rejection RF sensitivity Maximum output level Headphone output connector Headphone output power Antenna input Antenna power Power supply Operating temperature range Dimensions Weight (without accessories) Included accessories ATW-T5201 RF output power Spurious emissions Input connection 2 High-pass (low-freq. roll-off) Batteries Battery life* Dimensions Weight (without batteries) Operating temperature range Included accessories True diversity 80 dB nominal 18 dBuV at 60 dBA SIN ratio (50 ohms termination) XLR, Balanced, +18 dBV 6.3 mm (1/4″) TRS Stereo 180 mW, typical BNC-type, 50 ohms 12 V DC, 150 mA (combined) 100 to 240 V AC (50/60 Hz) -5 oc to +45 oc (23 F to 113 OF) 482.0 mm (18.98″) x 361 .O mm (14.211′) x 43.0 (1.69″) mm (W x D x H) 4.8 kg (169.3 oz) Rack-mount (large, small), Rack-mount screw set, Flexible UHF antenna x 2, AC adapter (country dependent) High: 50 rnW, Mid: 10 mW, Low: 2 mw (switchable), at 50 ohms 4 3 Following federal and national regulations Four pin locking connector Pin 1: GND Pin 3: MIC INPUT 80 Hz, 12 dB/octave Two I .5V AA, not included Pin 2: INST INPUT Pin 4: DC BIAS +5 V High: 7 hours, Mid: 9 hoursm Low: 10.5 hours (alkaline) 62 mm (2.44″) x 70 mm (2.75″) x 17 mm (0.67′) (W x D x I-I) 92 g (3.2 oz) -5 oc to +45 oc (23 0 F to 113 OF) AT-BG3 Protective Carrying Case * Depending on battery type, usage and environmental conditions. 32

****** Page 34 ****** Specifications ATW-T5202 RF output power Spurious emissions Microphone capsule High-pass (low-freq. roll-oft) Batteries Battery life* Dimensions Weight (without batteries) Operating temperature range Included accessories High: 50 mW, Mid: 10 mW, Low: 2 mw (switchable), at 50 ohms Following federal and national regulations Interchangable industry standard thread 80 Hz, 6dB/octave Two 1.5V AA, not included High: 6.5 hoursm Midl 8 hours, Low: 9.5 hours (alkaline) ATW-T5202 (without capsule): 193 mm (7.60″) long, 37 mm (1.46″) maximum diameter AIW-T5202/C510: 265 mm (10.43′) long, 54 mm (2.13″) maximum diameter ATW-T5202/C710: 271 mm (10.67″) Ionq, 50 mm (I .97″) maximum diameter AIW-T3202 (without capsule): 200 g (7.1 oz) AIW-T5202/C510: 330 g (1 1.6 oz) AIW-T5202/C710: 314 q (11.1 oz) -5 oc to +40 oc (23 F to 104 OF) AT8456a Quiet-FlexTM stand clamp (5/80-27 male to 3/80-16 female threaded screw adapter) * Depending on battery type, usage and environmental conditions. For product improvement, the product is subject to modification without notice. 33

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