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Steps And Precautions For Wireless Microphone Assembly
Jul 10, 2018

When you have finished assembling the wireless microphone several times, you will feel that the assembly is a simple task. Let's follow along and learn how to assemble a wireless microphone.

1. Whatever type of transmitter you use, make sure you always use the new battery. The service life of the battery varies according to the difference of the system. Please refer to the user manual for the specific service life. The best thing to do is to replace your battery if it's already more than half the life recommended in the user's manual.

2. Make sure the transmitter is closed.

Open your receiver.

4. If your system has active frequency selection function, press the "select" button of the receiver. It will actively scrape and locate an appropriate frequency.

5. Please first turn down the volume or level of the receiver.

6. Strike and open the launcher.

7. If your system has the function of active transmitter installation, press the "sync" button of the transmitter and the receiver will be locked on the frequency selected by the receiver. Check the receiver's LED display or level meter to make sure it receives a signal from the transmitter. Then, the general receives the volume control of the device, to "normal" level.

8. Schedule the audio gain of the transmitter at this time. This is the key to getting the best sound and level levels! You may need a screwdriver for scheduling. Sing or phrase loudly into the microphone, gradually increasing the gain until the receiver's "RF radio frequency level" or level meter occasionally lights out at the loudest to indicate pitch.

9. Walk around the performing area without checking the receiver's "power" display or rf level meter. It should be able to display enough signal reception to cover the area. In the event of a flag signal break, a receiver or its antenna should be constructed from scratch to ensure that the signal received is properly received.

In short, setting the right input gain is the most critical step in scheduling a wireless microphone system. Set too low, too loud; Setting it too high can lead to severe true and/or dynamic range tightening. The input gain of the scheduling transmitter is equivalent to setting the noise level of the simulation machine. The characteristics and control functions of wireless transmitters are essential for accurate gain setting.

The gap between transmitter and receiver in wireless system has great influence on SNR. The farther away the transmitter is from the receiver, the worse the signal-to-noise ratio and the weaker the signal. When the system is near the limit of the operating range, the signal is interrupted more frequently and the scene noise (hiss) is more frequent.

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