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8W - 1 KU 1000-Channel UHF Dual Receiver Wireless System OWNER’S MANUAL .
Contents 2 Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 2 Using this Manual ..............................................................................
System Features 8W-1KU System • Unsurpassed state-of-the-art PLL UHF performance with 120dB dynamic range and operation up to500 ft. line-of-sight • 1000 user -selectable UHF frequencies per band 8W-1KU Octo Receiver • Unsurpassed state-of-the-art PLL UHF performance with 120dB dynamic range and operation up to 500 ft.
4 Quick User Controls Guide 8W-1KU Receiver: Front V iew 1. POWER BUTTON Press for two seconds to turn receivers ON-OFF 2. DIVERSITY A/B INDICA TOR Indicates receiver A or B is active when transmitter is on 3. AF PEAK LED Shows ﬂickering GREEN LED is normal or solid GREEN LED is for maximum audio allowable 4.
Quick User Controls Guide 8W-1KU Receiver: Rear V iew 5 13. RACK EARS Left and Right rack ears are built into the unit 13a. FAM-K2 ANTENNA EXTENSION CABLES (Optional) Attach coax cables with BNC connectors from back antenna jack to rack ear holes for front antenna mounting conﬁguration 14.
6 Quick User Controls Guide HT -1KU Handheld T ransmitter 22. BA TTERY COVER Unscrew CW and pull down to insert two AA alkaline batteries 23. MIC BALL Windscreen/dust cover 24. LCD DISPLA Y For indication of GRP (00-09)/ CH (00-99), AUDIO INPUT LEVEL (0dB to -30dB), and BA TTERY status (5 bars and “BA TT .
7 Quick User Controls Guide BT -1KU Bodypack T ransmitter (L T , L T/HM or GT) 37. INPUT JACK 3.5mm locking mini jack for connecting audio input cord from lapel mic (L T), Headmic™ (L T/HM), or instrument (GT) 38. POWER OFF/MUTE/ON SWITCH Slide power switch to ON or OFF to turn ON-OFF , set to MUTE to turn power on with audio muted 39.
Installing Antennas Install antennas on back by connecting the two Antennas (21) included with your system onto the two RF Connectors (14/19) located on the back of the 8W-1KU receivers. The two antennas must be installed in order for the diversity circuit to work properly .
9 During manual programming, the selected function will ﬂash for ﬁve seconds or press the Set button to conﬁrm the selection and the display will return to the main menu. The AUTO-SCAN / ASC (IR Sync) Button (2) has two functions: • Long press (hold ~2 seconds) for AUTO- SCAN for ﬁnding a clear channel within the frequency band (with all TXs turned off at this time).
will ﬂash for ﬁve seconds or press the Set button to conﬁrm the selection and the display will return to the main menu. For detail how to IR Sync the TX, see IR Sync Programming in Programming sections of HT -1KU and BT -1KU transmitter sections.
11 Y our 8W-1KU receiver is now operational and ready to use. Once you have completed the above steps, proceed to the following instructions for the HT -1KU Handheld or BT - 1KU Instrument transmitter . Note: Only one transmitter can be used with one receiver .
HT -1KU Handheld Microphone T ransmitter Setting up the T ransmitter The HT -1KU requires two AA size batteries to operate. T o install the batteries onto the battery compartment, unscrew the Battery Compartment Cover (22) by turning counterclockwise until loose and slide down the cover , exposing the Battery Compartment (35).
13 IR Sync Programming: Use the wireless IR LED Receptor Sensor (34) to download pre-programmed channels from the receiver . Start programming by holding the IR Receptor Sensor/Window about 6” in front the receiver to be used. On the receiver , when short pressing the ASC IR Sync Button (5), while the main menu is displayed, the IR Infrared LED (4) will light up red and stay for about ﬁve seconds.
14 decrease the RF power (reduced range). This is a useful feature as the “L” setting increases battery life and also optimizes the number of channels that can be used simultaneously in a given location. Use this setting for normal use not requiring maximum operating range.
15 should stay lit as possible, indicating usable battery strength. As the batteries weaken, fewer of the level indicators stay lit until only one bar shows, which will then ﬂash to warn that the batteries are now too low and should be replaced as soon as possible.
16 at -10dB for L T/HM and 0dB for GT . These settings are optimal for most applications. For normal operation, the transmitter should have the same Group/Channel as displayed on the receiver . The default factory setting is Group 01 (Receiver 1) and 02 (Receiver 2), 03 (Receiver 3) and 04 (Receiver 4), Group 05 (Receiver 5) and 06 (Receiver 6), 07 (Receiver 7) and 08 (Receiver 8) for all receivers.
17 Speciﬁcations SYSTEM OVERALL SPECIFICA TIONS Operating Frequency Range (U.S.) Band 1: 672.000-696.975MHz, (Int.) Band 2: 795.000- 819.975MHz Freq. Synthesized (1000 channels switchable) 25kHz/ step PLL System Frequency Stability <0.005% Frequency Response 30Hz-18kHz +/-3dB Dynamic Range 120dB Harmonic Distortion <0.
18 LCD Display Group/ Channels/ Input V olume/ Battery Levels Antenna T ype External ﬁxed Battery T ype 2 x AA alkaline batteries operation Battery Life 8-10 Hours typical Dimensions 2.5”W x 3.25”H x 1-13/16”D (6.35cm x 8.3cm x 1.
19 Feedback A void acoustic feedback (howling or screeching) by taking care in selecting P A volume, transmitter location and speaker placement. Please also note the pickup pattern characteristics of the microphone selected. Unidirectional mics are more resistant to feedback.
• For optimal operation with external antennas, low loss RF shielded cable should be used and the length of the cable should not exceed 10 ft. (3 m). • The receiver antennas should be kept away from any metal surfaces whenever possible as they can reﬂect away or shield the incoming RF signal.
• When using the BT -1KU bodypack for instrument use: Scratchy noises can sometimes occur when an electric guitar with dirty pots or connections is used with a wireless system. Therefore, the supplied capacitor provides ﬁrst-order ﬁltering of the RF signal from the cord into the guitar and eliminates virtually all scratchy noises.
Frequency Frequency Plan Band 1 (U.S.): 672.000-696.975MHz Band 2 (International): 795.000-819.975MHz 25KHz per step (1000 Channels) U.S. The 8U-1KU System Includes: User’ Manual (This manual) Main Receiver Unit T wo antennas 8 combination (HT/ L T/GT) transmitters Lav Mic for L T GT cable for GT AC/DC power adaptor Accessories Part Number Description IC-U1K Instrument cable for BT -1KU/GT transmitter , 3.
One Y ear Limited Warranty Nady Systems, Inc. warrants to the original consumer purchaser that the unit is free from any defects in material or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original retail purchase. If any such defect is discovered within the warranty period, Nady Systems, Inc.
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