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****** Page 1 ****** Features • Ideal, cost-effective solution for huddle rooms, conference rooms and other meeting spaces • Quad-capsule steerable microphone array designed for use with the AT DM-0604 Digital SmartMixerTM and other compatible mixers • When controlled by a compatible mixer, provides 3600 coverage from a potentially limitless number (bound by mixer channel count) of virtual hypercardioid or cardioid pickups that can be steered in 300 increments to clearly capture every person speaking in a room by using original synthet- ic technology (PAT.). • Mixer-controlled tilt function provides a vertical steering option to accom- modate ceilings of different heights • Includes Plenum-rated AT8554 Ceiling Mount with RJ45 connectors and push-type wire terminals for simple, secure installation with seismic cable to secure to a drop ceiling grid • Integral, logic-controlled red/green LED ring provides clear indication of mute status • High-output design with low self-noise delivers strong, natural-sounding vocal reproduction • Low-reflective white finish matches ceiling tiles in most environments • Includes two 46 cm (18″) breakout cables: RJ45 (female) to three 3-pin Euroblock connector (female), RJ45 (female) to 3-pin Euroblock connector (female) and unterminated LED conductors • Permanently attached 1.2 m (4′) cable with locking grommet enables quick microphone height adjustment • UniGuardTM RFI-shielding technology offers outstanding rejection of radio frequency interference (RFI) • Requires 1 1 V to 52 V DC phantom power Trademarks u • SmartMixerTM are trademark of Audio-Technica Corporation, registered in the U.S. and other countries. • UniGuardTM are trademark of Audio-Technica Corporation, registered in the U.S. and other countries. ES954 User Manual Hanging Microphone Array audio-technica Introduction Thank you for purchasing this product. Before using the product, read through the user manual to ensure that you will use the product correctly. Safety precautions Although this product was designed to be used safely, failing to use it correctly may result in an accident. To ensure safety, observe all warnings and cautions while using the product. Cautions for the product • Do not subject the product to strong impact to avoid malfunction. • Do not disassemble, modify or attempt to repair the product. • Do not handle the product with wet hands to avoid electric shock or injury. • Do not store the product under direct sunlight, near heating devices or in a hot, humid or dusty place. • Do not install the product close to air conditioner or lighting apparatus to prevent malfunction. • Do not pull on tho product with excessive force nor hang on it after it is installed. 1

****** Page 2 ****** Connection Ceiling mount (AT8554} STP cable (MIC1-MlC3) Wiring Chart RJ45 connector pin number 1 2 3 4 OUT A 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 OUT B 5 6 7 8 Function MIC2 L(+) MIC2 L(-) MIC3 R(+) MICI 0(-) MICI 0(+) MIC3 R(-) GND GND BLANK BLANK LED GREEN MIC4 Z(-) MIC4 Z(+) LED RED GND GND RJ45 breakout cable wire color BROWN ORANGE GREEN WHITE RED BLUE BLACK BLACK GREEN WHITE RED BLUE BLACK BLACK RJ45 Breakout cable-A MIC 1 MIC3 MIC 4 STP cable (MIC4 / LED Control) RJ45 Breakout cable-B LED Control Do • Output from the microphone is low impedance (Lo-Z) balanced. The signal ap- pears across tho pair of each output Euroblock connectors on the RJ45 breakout cables. Audio ground is the shield connection. Output is phased so that positive acoustic pressure produces positive voltage on the left side of each Euroblock connector. • MICI is “O” (omnidirectional), MIC2 is “L” (figure-of-eight) positioned horizontally at 2400, MIC3 is “R” (figure-of-eight) positioned horizontally at 1200, and MIC4 is “Z” (figure-of-eight) positioned vertically, MIC 2 Pin assignment MIC 1 MIC 2 MIC 3 MIC 4 LED Control 1 2 3 4 LED e e o GND GND GND z- GND LED GREEN LED RED GND ATDM-0604 3rd-party mixer öååöö or Connect the output terminals of the microphone to a device that has a microphone input (balanced input) compatible with a phantom power supply. The output connector is a Euroblock connector with polarity as shown in the figure below. Use STP cables to connect from the mounting box RJ45 jacks to breakout cables. Output terminals 8 The product requires I IV to 52V DC phantom power for operation. 2

****** Page 3 ****** LED control • To control the LED indicator ring, connect the LED Control terminals of the RJ45 breakout cable to the GPIO port of the automatic mixer or other logic device. • When using the product with a mixer with no GPIO terminal, the LED ring can be kept permanently lit by connecting the black (BK) or violet (VT) wire to the GND terminal. When the black wire is shorted, the LED ring will be green. When the violet wire is shorted, the LED ring will be red. MIC IN MIC IN LED LED

****** Page 4 ****** Parts, name and installation Cable Retaining nut Ceiling mount (AT8554) Latch Isolator (receiver) Ceiling tile Isolator Threaded bushing Threaded nut Microphone Seismic cable Release bar Make sure to attach the included seismic cable to the ceiling to prevent the ceiling mount from falling. MIC IN 4b ie-wrap O Using a tie wrap, fix the remaining cable to the inside of the ceiling mount to prevent the microphone from falling. 1 Ceiling Rear (4) RJ45 connector 4 2 Adjust the length of cable. Turn the threaded nut to secure it. Front

****** Page 5 ****** Notices u • When installing the product, a hole must be cut into the ceiling tile so the ceiling mount can be fixed in place. Remove the ceiling tile first if possible. • To mount the threaded bushing in a ceiling tile without the isolators: 20.5 mm (0.81 diameter hole is required and the ceiling tile can be up to 22 mm (0.87″) thick. • To mount the threaded bushing with the isolators: 23.5 mm (0.93″) hole is required and the ceiling tile can be up to 25 mm (0.98″) thick. Place the isolators on either side of the hole to achieve mechanical isolation from the mounting surface. Installation 1. Remove the backplate of the ceiling mount and place it against the back of the ceiling tile, allowing the threaded bushing to pass through. 2. Once in place, thread the retaining nut onto tho threaded bushing, securing the ceiling mount to the ceiling tile. 3. Connect the microphone cable to the terminal connector on the ceiling mount by pressing down the orange tabs on the terminal strip. 4. Once all connections are made, secure the microphone cable to the PCB using the included wire tie. 5. Adjust the cable to desired microphone height by either feeding or pulling the cable through the ceiling mount. 6. Once the microphone is in the desired position, gently turn the threaded nut clockwise to secure, (Do not over tighten and pull the cable strongly). 7. Coil the excess cable into the ceiling mount and replace the backplate. Recommended position u Change the height and tilt position according to the environment in which you use the product. MIC position Tilt Tilt up Tilt down Minimum Height 1.2 m 1.7 m (5.5′) Typical Height 1.75 m (5.75′) 22 m (7.2′) Maximum Height 2.3 m (7.5′) 2.7 m 2.3 m 1.76m (6.7b’) Figure A 2.7m 2.2 m 1.7m Figure B Coverage examples • For 3600 coverage, create four hypercardioid (normal) virtual polar patterns at the 00, 900, 1800, 2700 positions. This setting is ideal for providing omnidirectional coverage of four people around a round table (see Figure. A). • For 3000 coverage, create throe cardioid (wide) virtual polar patterns at the 00, 900, 1800 positions. This setting is ideal for covering three people at the end of a rectangular table (see Figure. B). 5

****** Page 6 ****** Using the product with the ATDM-0604 Digital SmartMixer For the firmware of ATDM-0604, please use Verl. I .0 or later. 1. Connect Mic 1-4 of the product to input 1-4 on the ATDM-0604. Launch the ATDM-0604 Web Remote, select “Administrator”, and log in. 2. Click the icon on the top right of the screen then select Audi0>Audio System. Activate ‘Virtual Mic Mode”. This will automatically turn the first 4 channels of tho ATDM0604 into virtual polar patterns created from the input of the product. In Setting & Maintenance Operator Access / Operator Page u Once “Virtual Mic Mode” is activated there will be an option to show or hide the “Array Mic Off” button on the operator page. This button allows the operator to mute the mic and turn off the LED ring from the operator page for temporary mute. • This setting is not saved on the device, so rebooting the ATDM-0604 restores it to its default “Mic On” position. On the main Administrator page click on the input tab u 1. Switch the input of the first 4 channels to Virtual Mic. 2. Adjust tho gain to the required level. (a) • Setting the input gain on one channel will simultaneously change it on all four channels. Low cut, Smart Mixing and routing can individually be assigned for each channel or “Virtual Mic” 3. Clicking on the side of the Virtual Mic box (b) opens the settings tab for the directivity lobe. These can be adjusted between “Normal” (hypercardioid) , “Wide” (cardioid) and “Omni”. 4. Clicking the blue button around the circle sets the orientation of each Virtual Mic. 5. Adjust the Virtual Mic. direction towards the source to be picked up. • The Audio-Technica logo is located on the front of the microphone. The microphone must be oriented correctly to operate properly. 6. Using the “Tilt” function, you can adjust the directivity on the vertical plane to adjust the angle depend- ing on whether the talker is sitting or standing. 7. Adjust the individual volume of each Virtual Mic using the Volume Fader. 6 Settings & Maintenance ddu > System Access Access Presets Logging System Info Audio System Gin Delay IJrit Tyt:æ F fip VitLEl Mic McKie @ Settings & Maintenance > > Fader Settings System Settings Operator Access Presets Logging System Info Meeting Room Vuieo Chat (a) Input MIC a Operator Page Restrictions Preset Nurnbe Presets Resunw Fader Posltu:yn Button Array MIC SWItd1 Boud Meeting July —o may AUX MIC 1 Hall

****** Page 7 ****** Using with other compatible mixer When connecting and using the product with a mixer other than the ATDM-0604, directivity can be controlled by adjusting the output of each channel according to the follow- ing mixing matrix. Mixing matrix Tilt up Tilt down Polar pattern Directivity direction 300 600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 2400 2700 3000 3300 Directivity direction 300 600 900 1200 500 1800 2100 2400 2700 3000 3300 Normal o Level -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB o Level -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB -4dB 2100 Level OdB +1.2dB OdB -4.8dB -4 8dB OdB +1.2dB OdB -4.8dB -4.8dB Level -3dB -1.8dB OdB -7.8dB -7.8dB OdB -1.8dB OdB -7.8dB -7.8dB Level OdB -4 8dB -4.8dB OdB +1.2dB OdB -4.8dB -4.8dB OdB +1.2dB Level -3dB -7.8dB -7.8dB OdB -1.8dB OdB -7.8dB -7.8dB OdB -1.8dB z Level z Level -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB 7 Directivity direction 300 600 1200 1 500 1800 2100 2400 2700 3000 3300 Directivity direction 300 600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 2400 2700 3000 3300 Wide o Level OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB o Level OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB OdB 2100 LEGEND Level OdB +1.2dB OdB -4.8dB -4 8dB OdB +1.2dB OdB -4.8dB 4,8dB Level -3dB -1.8dB OdB -7.8dB -7.8dB OdB -1.8dB OdB -7.8dB -7.8dB Level OdB -4 8dB -4.8dB OdB +1.2dB OdB -4.8dB -4.8dB OdB +12dB Level -3dB -7.8dB -7.8dB OdB -1 -8dB OdB -7.8dB -7.8dB -1.8dB z Level z Level -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB -3dB 1200 1800 LEGEND SCALE IS 5 DECIBELS PER DIVISION SCALE IS 5 DECIBELS PER DIVISION

****** Page 8 ****** Specifications Dimensions u Fixed-charge back plate, permanently polarized condenser Elements Omnidirectional (O) / Figure-of-eight (L/R/Z) Polar pattern 20 to 16,000 Hz Frequency response O/UR: -36 dB (15.85 mV) dB-I VIPa,1 kHz); Open circuit sensitivity 2-38.5 dB (11.9 mV) (0 dB-I V/Pa,1 kHz} 100 ohms Impedance O/UR: 132.5 dB SPL (1 kHz Maximum input sound level Z: 135 dB SPL (1 kHz THDIO/J O/UR: 66.5 dB (1 kHz at I Paj A-weighted) Signal-to-noise ratio Z: 64 dB (1 kHz at 1 Pa. A-weighted) Phantom power 11 – 52 V DC. 23.2 mA (both channels total) requirements Microphone: 160 g (5.6 oz) Weight Mountbox (AT8554): 420 g (14.8 Maximum body diameter: 61.6 mm (2.43″); Dimensions (Microphone) Height: 111.8 mm (4.40″) 36.6 mm (1.440) x 106.0 mm (4.170) x 106.0 mm (4.17″) (Ceiling mount (AT8554)) (HxVVxD) Euroblock connector Output connector Ceiling mount IAT8554), RJ45 breakout cable x 2, Accessories Seismic cable, Isolator • 1 Pascal = 10 dynes/cml = 10 microbars 94 dB SPL For product improvement, the product is subject to modification without notice. u Polar pattern / Frequency response Omnidirectional (O) GND GND MICA • WH MIC2 , GND 111.8 4561.6 audio-technica AT8554 CEILING MOUNT 210 1200 180′ Frequawy in LEGEND 50 cm 1k 2k Frequawy in LEGEND 00, 50 cm . VT LEGEND SCALE IS 5 DECIBELS PER DIVISION Figure-of-eight (L/R/Z) 210″ 180′ LEGEND SCALE IS 5 DECIBELS PER DIVISION , OG i MIC4+ • BN MIC3+ MIC LEDGN MIC3 MIC2+ MICI+ WARNING! DO cor.NE-cr 11-52″! MICI MIC2 MIC3 GNO GNO OUT A 106.0 102.0 GN BIJ MIC4 LED GNO GNO OUT B bk 10k Audio-Technica Corporation 2-46-1 Nishi-naruse, Machida, Tokyo 194-8666, Japan @2018 Audio-Technica Corporation Global Support Contact: at-globalsupport.com Made in Japan 142419270-0101 106.0 36.6 (Unit: mm) ver,1 2018.11.15 8


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