WHARFEDALE PRO AEROLINE VOCAL (01) PDF MANUAL


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****** Page 1 ****** Wharfedale Pro AEROLINE VOCAL User Manual AEROLINE VOCAL UHF HANDHELD WIRELESS MICROPHONE SYSTEM 650-700 MHz version 863-865 MHz version O O WWW.WHARFEDALEPRO.COM

****** Page 3 ****** Features 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Industry-leading digital true diversity design ensures signal stability. PLL dual-channel phase-locked loop design with automatic frequency offset correction. Unique intelligent ID recognition technology. No crosstalk and no risk of eavesdropping. Digital analog hybrid transmission. No audio transmission delay. Dual-core internal audio processing. The sound quality is pure. 650-700 MHz version – up to 200 channels. 863-865 MHz version – up to 81 channels. Simple infrared frequency design. LCD liquid crystal display giving system status at a glance. Balanced and unbalanced audio outputs making connections to other audio equipment easy. 10. The LCD on the receiver shows the parameters of the transmitter (mic). Handy to keep an eye on the system. 11. Sturdy and durable microphone design. 12. Suitable for individual performance. Aeroline is suitable for professionals and for professional audio applications. It uses UHF bands for wireless transmission and the audio path has been refined to deliver the highest possible audio quality. To get the most from your Aeroline Vocal, please read this manual carefully before use and keep it in a safe place for future reference Aeroline accessories, such as the antennae and power supply, are specific to Aeroline. Do not use other accessories as it may affect the use, or even cause damage.ln some regions a license may be required to use this wireless equipment. Always check with your local government regulations before use. – When in use there may be high voltage inside the chassis. Do not remove the cover yourself! Before use, please check if the local voltage matches the voltage of the power adapter of the unit! – When the device is not working properly, please disconnect the power and remove the batteries from the transmitter. Contact your Wharfedale Pro retailer or distributor. – This product is a wireless product. When using it, the receiver should be away from electronic products with strong electromagnetic radiation (such as: HD box, karaoke machine, walkie-talkie, WiFi). etc., otherwise it may interfere with the receiver’s work! Safety and warning – The transmitter part is powered by 2 x AA batteries or rechargeable batteries of the same specification. Poor batteries may damage the equipment. Do not expose to the sun or fire Do not store or use in an overheated environment. – This product is a precision equipment. Non-professionals should not disassemble, modify or repair this product! – This product is suitable for indoor use only. Do not expose to high temperature, rain and humidity. – Do not place liquid objects such as cups and vases on the receiver.

****** Page 4 ****** Receiver LCD display Receiver LCD display 1 – Channel and other functions display. 2 – Shows the strength of the received audio signal. 3 – Shows the strength of the wireless signal received from the transmitter (mic). 4 – Handheld microphone battery indicator. 5 – Mute indicator (including no signal received). 6 – Shows frequency unit. 7 – Shows the status of the HF receiving system depending on the antennas used. When the A/B ” flashes it shows that the high-frequency system is in use. 8 – Lock button. 9 – Frequency indicator. Front panel 1 – Power switch. 2 – Output Volume knob. 3 – Function buttons. RIA AP SCAN If volume is adjusted, the screen will display volume status from 00 to 31 00 4 – Infrared frequency sync window. 5 – LCD liquid crystal display window. Note: If you need to adjust a parameter, please unlock the key lock first (refer to the “key lock and unlock” steps in this manual). Rear panel 1 – XLR balanced audio output. 2 – 6.35 mm unbalanced audio output. 3 – DC Power input. 4 – Antenna connectors. Note: Both antennas should always be fitted, otherwise the wireless performance will be affected.

****** Page 5 ****** The microphone (transmitter) 1 – Mesh grille with a protective sponge inside. 2 – Infrared frequency window. 3 – Backlit LCD display. The backlight goes off after about 2 seconds. 4 – Power switch button. (Short press about 0.5 second – power on. Long press for about 2 seconds – power off) 5 – Lower tube body. Unscrew to access the battery compartment. 6 – Antenna. Do not hold the antenna section in your hand as it will affect transmission range. 7 – With 2 x good quality AA batteries, the system can work for around 8 hours. When the battery indicator is low, simply replace the batteries. First make sure the transmitter is off! Then unscrew the lower tube (5) and replace the batteries. When replacing batteries make sure the polarities are correct. Do o Microphone (transmitter) LCD 1 – Battery level indicator. When the battery icon is flashing – it is about to run out ! 2 – Shows the working channel. This will be the same as the paired receiver after the frequency is matched. 3 – Frequency unit: MHz.

****** Page 6 ****** Receiver connection Insert the antennae into the receiver base and turn the antennae plugs to the right until they are tight. Position the antennae so that they are perpendicular to the ground. Connect the power output plug of the supplied power adapter into the power socket of the receiver. Use an unbalanced 6.35 mm audio cable to connect the unit to the amplifier, or for better results, use the balanced XLR line output socket to connect other audio equipment with balanced inputs. ON 1 go O —ooooo 000 — 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 00 0 ooo o o o 0 00000 o o Turn the receiver power button to “ON”. The LCD shows frequency after it lights about 1 second. The receiver enters the ready state. Turn the receiver power button to “OFF”. The receiver shows “OFF” and the power supply is turned off after 1 second. If you are not using the receiver for a long time, unplug the power adapter from the AC outlet. Always turn off external amplification when turning on or off source devices. Quick setup 1 – Fix both of the antennae to the rear panel of the receiver. 2 – Connect the device to the external audio equipment (amplifier / mixer etc). 3 – Do not turn on the power of the audio device (such as external amplifier). 4 – Turn on the power of the receiver, then turn on the power of the transmitter (mic) For Transmitter and receiver frequency pairing, please refer to the ‘pair frequency section of this manual. 5 – Look at the receiver LCD. Speak into the microphone and the AF signal bar changes. This indicates that the wireless microphone is working properly. Turn on the power of other external devices, adjust the volumes, and start performing! Important order for switching on : Receiver – preamplifier – power amplifier. Before starting the first time, please turn down all volumes to minimum. For shutdown always turn the system off in this order : Amplifier – Preamp – Receiver. 6 – If there is a possible fault please see the troubleshooting guide in this user manual or contact your Wharfedale Pro retailer or distributor. O ooo O

****** Page 7 ****** Receiver button functions 1 – Frequency setting / module setting 2 – Frequency adjust / up button 3 – Key Lock / down button It is recommended that the receiver is locked after completing the setup to prevent others from changing it. Locking and unlocking In the unlocked state, press the “v e” button and hold for about 3 seconds. The display shows then the receiver is locked. In the locked state, press ” and after it flashes about 3 seconds, long press “v O”about 3 seconds. The display shows ” fib”, then the receiver is unlocked. Channel adjustment setting When the receiver is in the unlocked state, frequency figure flashes in the display if “SET/TUNE” is shortly tapped. to increase the channel or press “v” to Now press decrease the channel. After the adjustment is completed, shortly press the “SET/TUNE” or do nothing for 5 seconds. Exit the channel adjustment status and save the Channel settings. ssaoeo Frequency Note: This system uses infrared automatic frequency matching. This quickly and accurately matches the frequency between the receiver and transmitter. For channel adjustment, please refer to the previous instructions.

****** Page 8 ****** Ir syncing When the receiver completes the channel setting, it needs to update the transmitter’s frequency to make the system work normally. With the buttons unlocked, give a short press on the” SYNC ” button. The receiver’s infrared frequency light is on. The display only shows J’F—-” and ” This indicates that the receiver has been in the state of receiving frequency and this will last for about 5 seconds. At this point, keep the transmitter (microphone) within 3-1 Ocm of the receiver’s pair of lights. When the lights go off the transmitter’s display will light up and the bar displays ” Y “will be full. This indicates that the frequency setup has been completed. Check that the frequency of the receiver and microphone are the same. If they are not then repeat the operation above. 3-10 cm IR SYN System notes : Note: when the microphone is active, please do not put it on the receiver, otherwise interference can occur! 1 – When several units are used at the same time and in the same place, you should choose frequencies from low to high, according to the distance to the receivers. 2 – If interference happens between multiple units, adjust that unit individually. There should be at least 1.5 MHz between each system frequency. 3 – To avoid any possible wireless interference caused by the other audio equipment please keep the receiver away from them by around 0.5 meter. 4 – Sometimes the external environment can cause wireless interference. In such cases, adjust the frequency until there is no interference. 5 For best range, always keep the receiver in ‘free space’ and avoid placing it in a flight case, cabinet or cupboard. be affected by the number of people in the room between the mic and the receiver. Range can also

****** Page 9 ****** TROUBLE SHOOTING Fault NO SOUND DISTORTION OR NOISE SURROUNDINGS Status Is the unit powered on? Audio connections Frequency tuning The transmitter won’t turn on Transmitter display does not work properly Displays are on and normal Receiver mute lights occasionally Displays are on and normal Receiver signal strips are small and unstable Solution Turn on the receiver and mic Check audio is connected Perform infrared frequency tuning Change the batteries in the mic Change the batteries in the mic Turn up the volume on the receiver Check if there is any interference source nearby The user has pinched the tail of the microphone Adjust the receiver volume appropriately Are the antennae attached? Attach the antennae Is the tail of the microphone pinched? Receiver Handheld wireless mic Power supply User manual Antennae INCLUDED ITEMS 1 1 2

****** Page 10 ****** Included items Working fre uenc Modulation mode: Channels: Operating distance: RF generator mode: RF bandwidth: RF frequency precision: Audio frequency response: SNR: THD: Transmitter Dynamic ra nge: Output Power: Display: Current consumption: Power supply: Transducer pickup head: Pickup mode: Sensitivity: Maximum SPL: Battery life: Receiver Sensitivity: Harmonic distortion: Display: Audio outputs: Power supply: SPECIFICATIONS AEROLINE VOCAL 863-865 MHz UHF 81 about 1 20 m (line of sight) PLL Frequency Synthesizer 2 MHz +/- 10 ppm 60 Hz-15 KHz (100 mV input) > 98 dB (A weighted) KHz (300 mV output ) > 95 dB 30 mw LCD 105 dB SPL About 8 hours(related to the battery quality) 1 03 dBm (20 dB SINAD) KHz (200 mv output) LCD Balanced XLR plus 1 /4″ jack 12 v / 500 mA AEROLINE VOCAL 650-700 MHz UHF 200 about 1 20 m (line of sight) PLL Frequency Synthesizer 96 MHz +/- 20 ppm 60 Hz-15 KHz (100 mV input) > 98 dB (A weighted) KHz (300 mV output ) > 90 dB 30 mw LCD 105 dB SPL About 6 hours(related to the battery quality) 103 dBm (20 dB SINAD) KHz (300 mv output) LCD Balanced XLR plus 1/4″ jack 12 v / 500 mA

****** Page 12 ****** WHARFEDALE PRO LIMITED WARRANTY Wharfedale Pro products are warranted of manufacturing or material defects for a period of three years from the original date of purchase. In the event of malfunction, contact your authorised Wharfedale Pro dealer or distributor for information. Please be aware that the warranty details may differ from country to country. Contact your dealer or distributor for information (available at wharfedalepro.com). These terms do not infringe your statutory rights. Wharfedale Professional IAG House 13/14 Glebe Road Huntingdon Cambridgeshire PE29 7DL UK wharfedalepro.com Wharfedale Professional reserves the right to alter or improve specifications without notice. All rights reserved 0 2022 Wharfedale Pro. Wharfedale Pro is a member of the IAG Group. March 2022


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