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8 Garantiebedingungen

AKG gewhrt 1 Jahr Garantie ab Verkaufsdatum auf nachweisbare Material- und Fabrikationsfehler. Der Garantieanspruch erlischt bei unsachgemer Handhabung, elektrischer oder mechanischer Beschdigung durch mibruchliche Anwendung sowie bei unsachgemer Reparatur durch nichtautorisierte Werksttten. Voraussetzung fr die Garantieleistung ist die Vorlage der Kaufrechnung. Transport- und Portospesen, welche aus der Einsendung des Gertes zur Garantiereparatur erwachsen, knnen von AKG nicht bernommen werden, das Risiko der Zusendung trgt der Kunde. Die Garantie wird ausschlielich fr den ursprnglichen Kufer geleistet. Batterien und Akkus sind von der Garantie ausgenommen.

Contents

1 Precautions. Description. 2.1 General. 2.2 IVA- Individual Virtual Acoustics. 2.3 Dolby Surround Pro-Logic Decoder. 2.4 Unpacking. 2.5 Controls. 13 13
3 Audio and Power Connections. 14 3.1 Connecting the Transmitter to Your Audio Source. 14 3.2 Connecting the Transmitter to AC Power. Operation. 4.1 Charging the Batteries inside the Headphones 4.2 Replacing Batteries. 4.3 Setting Up the System. 4.4 Mode Switch. 4.5 PANORAMA Switch. 4.6 CHARGE LED Status. 4.7 Important Notes. 17 17
5 Cleaning. Troubleshooting. Specifications. Warranty Conditions. 19

1 Precautions

Operate the headphones with two AAA size 1.2 V rechargeable (supplied) or 1.5 V dry bat- 1.1 teries only. Never try to charge dry batteries using the transmitters charging feature. 1.2 Before charging the headphones batteries, always make sure that the batteries in the head- 1.3 phones are rechargeable types. Dispose of spent dry or rechargeable batteries conforming to local waste disposal rules. 1.4 Never throw batteries into a fire. Operate the transmitter with the supplied 12 VDC, 300 mA AC adapter only. Check that the 1.5 AC voltage stated on the AC adapter is the same as that available in your country. Using the transmitter with a different AC adapter voids the warranty. Always switch the headphones OFF after use. 1.6 Never try to open the headphone or transmitter case. Refer servicing to qualified service 1.7 personnel only. Never place the equipment near heat sources such as radiators or electric heaters or 1.8 expose it to direct sunlight, excessive dust, humidity, rain, temperatures below freezing, or impacts. Never use petroleum-based cleaners or paint thinners to clean the headphones or trans- 1.9 mitter. If you do not use your headphones system for an extended period of time (e.g., when trav- 1.10 eling), disconnect the AC adapter from the AC outlet. Also refer to section 4.7 Important Notes. 1.11

2 Description

2.1 General Dear customer: Thank you for purchasing an AKG product. The HEARO 888 TITAN wireless headphone system is based on advanced UHF transmission technology and uses digital signal transmission for a wide dynamic range, minimum noise, and exceptional interference rejection. The IVA processor and the Dolby Surround Pro-Logic decoder provide optimum spatial reproduction for speech, music, TV and video sound, multimedia PC applications, and video games. In order to make optimum use of the benefits of your HEARO 888 TITAN, please take a few minutes to read the instructions below carefully before operating the equipment. Please keep the manual for future reference. The HEARO 888 TITAN headphone system uses state-of-the-art UHF radio transmission technology; uses digital signal transmission for minimum noise, wider dynamic range, better highfrequency reproduction, lower distortion, and better interference rejection. connects to any audio, video, TV set, or PC with a headphones or line output; provides perfect sound reproduction, full mobility, and signal transmission through walls and ceilings over a distance of up to 165 feet (50 m); uses proprietary IVA technology for exceptionally realistic, three-dimensional listening; features an integrated Dolby Surround Pro-Logic decoder for perfect reproduction of hifi, TV, PC, or video sound in Dolby surround format; provides an analog line output for connecting an external headphones amplifer for hardwire headphones. The HEARO 888 TITAN system is available for three different LPD frequency bands: 914 MHz for the US, 434 MHz and 864 MHz for various European countries (434 MHz version shown on the cover). The HEARO 888 TITAN system lets you share your listening enjoyment with other persons. You can operate your transmitter with several digital headphones simultaneously. Make sure to use digital wireless headphones operating in the same UHF frequency band as the HEARO 888 TITAN. 2.2 IVA - Individual Virtual One drawback of headphone listening is the psychoacoustic phenomenon of inside localAcoustics ization: the orchestra seems to play inside your head rather than in the room. AKG developed a binaural audio processing techniquecalled IVA (Individual Virtual Acoustics) that models the way the head and pinnae change the arriving sound waves (ear matching function). Thus, the various sound sources will seem to be located outside your head even when you are using headphones. A: Natural hearing: Due to the effect of the head and pinnae, sound waves arriving at one ear differ from those arriving at the other. Amplitude and phase differences create a sense of spatial hearing.

B: Listening through headphones: Amplitude and phase differences are eliminated. Sound sources are localized inside the head rather than in the room.
C: Listening through headphones with IVA processing: The ear matching function modifies the audio signals at the ears to resemble diagram A. This restores natural, spatial hearing.
The Dolby Surround Pro-Logic decoder integrated in the transmitter uses the stereo input 2.3 Dolby Surround signal to derive two additional signals, a center and a surround channel. The IVA circuitry Pro-Logic Decoder generates from these signals a binaural signal equivalent to reproduction through five high quality loudspeakers (3 front, 2 rear speakers). This allows you to enjoy all the benefits of Dolby surround sound even through headphones. Your headphones system comprises the following components: 2.4 Unpacking 1 pair of headphones 1 transmitter with integrated battery charger 2 stereo connecting cables with gold plated connectors for linking the transmitter to your audio source: 1 RCA cable, 1 jack cable (mini jack to 2 x RCA connectors) 1 mini jack/1/4 jack adapter 1 AC adapter for powering the transmitter 2 1.2 V AAA size NiMh rechargeable batteries for powering the headphones (inside the headphones) If anything is missing, contact your AKG dealer immediately. 2.5 Controls 2.5.1 Headphones

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

POWER switch Green POWER indicator LED Charging contacts Battery compartment (beneath the ear pad) TUNING: frequency fine tuning control VOLUME control 2.5.2 Transmitter

8 7. 8. 9.

12 Front Panel
CHARGE: This tri-color LED indicates charging and operating modes ON: Switches power to the transmitter ON and OFF (to the right). INPUT LEVEL: This bi-color LED indicates the signal level at the transmitter input. When the level is in the optimum range, the LED will light green intermittently to constantly. When the input stage is overloaded, the LED will light red.
10. STEREO: This green LED lights to indicate the transmitter is in stereo mode. 11. IVA STEREO: This green LED lights to indicate the IVA processor is switched in. 12. IVA SURROUND: This green LED lights to indicate that both the Dolby Surround ProLogic decoder and the IVA processor are active. 13. Mode switch: This three-position slide switch selects stereo, IVA, and Surround + IVA modes. 14. PANORAMA: This three-step slide switch lets you adjust the apparent distance between the loudspeakers (stereo base) simulated by IVA processing. The PANORAMA switch has no effect in Stereo mode. N: default setting (Neutral) 1: Narrower stereo base than in position N 2. Wider stereo base than in position N
Rear Panel 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

INPUT L/R: Left and right RCA audio input jacks. OUTPUT L/R: Left and right RCA audio output jacks. DC 12 V: DC input jack for AC adapter FREQ. ADJUST: frequency tuning control INPUT LEVEL: This rotary control sets the input level to the IVA and Surround processors as well as the entire audio section. The RF section is modulated automatically by the digital signal transmission circuitry. 20. Charging pins (see fig. 2)
3 Audio and Power Connections
3.1 Connecting the Transmitter to You may connect the transmitter either to a headphones output (mini jack or 1/4 jack), Your Audio Source LINE, or REC outputs. 3.1.1 Connecting to a 1. Headphones Output 2. Before connecting the transmitter to your audio source, switch the audio source OFF. Referring to fig. 5, plug the red RCA connector (right channel) on the supplied jack cable into the red INPUT R socket (15) and the white RCA connector (left channel) into the white INPUT L socket (15) on the transmitter rear panel. Connect the stereo mini jack plug of the jack cable to the headphones output of your audio source (refer to fig. 6). If the headphones output on your equipment is a 1/4 jack, plug the supplied mini jack to 1/4 adapter jack onto the jack cable. Connect the adapter jack to the headphones output. Before connecting the transmitter to your audio source, switch the audio source OFF. Use the supplied RCA cable to connect the white LINE OUT L or REC OUT L jack on your audio source to the white INPUT L jack (15) on the transmitter rear panel and the red LINE OUT R or REC OUT R jack to the red INPUT R jack (15).
3.1.2 Connecting to a 1. LINE or REC Output 2.
3.1.3 Connecting to TAPE By connecting your HEARO 888 TITAN to the TAPE or PLAYBACK inputs on your ampliInputs fier, you can enjoy IVA and surround sound through an extra pari of wired headphones in addition to the wireless phones. Proceed as follows: 1. Switch your audio source OFF. 2. Use the supplied RCA cable to connect the white LINE OUT L or REC OUT L jack on

your audio source to the white INPUT L jack (15) on the transmitter rear panel and the red LINE OUT R or REC OUT R jack to the red INPUT R jack (15). 3. Use another RCA cable (not supplied) to connect the white TAPE IN or PLAYBACK IN jack on the amplifier to the white OUTPUT jack (16) on the HEARO 888 TITAN rear panel and the red TAPE IN or PLAYBACK IN jack on the amplifier to the red OUTPUT jack (16) on the HEARO 888 TITAN rear panel. 4. Connect your wired headphones to the headphones jack on your amplifier. 5. Refer to the operating manual of your amplifier for instructions on how to listen to and disable the signal at the TAPE or PLAYBACK input. On most amplifiers, you can push the TAPE MONITOR switch IN to listen to the processed signal and OUT to cut the processed signal. In this mode, the loudspeakers will also reproduce the processed signal present at the Important: headphones output. Since IVA and/or surround processed signals are not loudspeaker compatible, mute the loudspeakers while listening through headphones. When listening over loudspeakers, cut the processed signal. 1. 2. Connect the cable on the supplied AC adapter to the DC 12 V jack (17) on the trans- 3.2 Connecting the Transmitter to AC Power mitter rear panel as shown in fig. 3. Check that the AC voltage stated on the AC adapter is the same as that available in your country. If it is, connect the AC adapter to a convenient AC outlet (see fig. 4).

4 Operation

In order to ensure the longest possible service life for the rechargeable batteries, we deliver 4.1 Charging the Batteries them uncharged. Therefore, charge the supplied batteries before first operating in the Headphones your headphones system. The supplied batteries have been inserted into the headphones for your convenience. If you operate the headphones on dry batteries, never try to charge the WARNING: batteries using the transmitters charging feature. This would cause serious damage to your headphone system. Dispose of spent batteries conforming to local waste disposal rules. 1. Use the POWER switch (1) to switch the headphones off. When the power is off, the POWER LED (2) will be dark. 2. Slide the OFF/ON switch (8) on the transmitter to ON to switch the transmitter on. All front panel LEDs will flash momentarily. 3. Referring to fig. 11, place the headphones on the transmitter such that the charging pins (20) on the transmitter (see fig. 2) will engage the charging contacts (3) on the bottom of the left-hand earphone. The CHARGE LED (7) on the transmitter will light red to indicate that the batteries in the headphones are being charged. If signal is present at the transmitter audio input, the CHARGE LED (7) will light orange. The batteries will be fully charged after approximately 14 hours. (The CHARGE LED (7) will continue lighting red.). You may leave the headphones on the transmitter for as long as you like without risking to overcharge the batteries. In order to maintain full battery capacity for as long as possible, discharge the batteries Important: completely about once a month: Switch the headphones on and leave them outside the transmitter until the POWER LED (2) extinguishes. Recharge the batteries. The capacity of any rechargeable battery will decrease over time. If you feel that you need 4.2 Replacing Batteries to recharge the supplied batteries more often than would be convenient, you may consider replacing the batteries with new AAA size 1.2 V rechargeable or 1.5 V alkaline dry batteries. 1. 2. 3. Remove the ear pad from the left-hand earphone as shown in fig. 9. Remove the old batteries. Referring to fig. 10, insert the new batteries into the battery compartment (4). Make sure to align the batteries with the polarity marks inside the battery compartment.

4. Replace the ear pad on the earphone aligning the four pins on the ear pad with the matching openings in the earphone base plate. Remove the headphones from the transmitter. Switch ON the audio source to which the transmitter is connected. Slide the OFF/ON switch (8) on the transmitter to ON to switch the transmitter on. All front panel LEDs will flash momentarily. Note that the transmitter will not switch on until it detects an audio signal at the INPUT L/R jacks (15). If audio signal is present at the transmitter input, the CHARGE LED (7) on the transmitter will light green. If no signal arrives at the transmitter input for approx. 3 minutes, the transmitter will automatically switch off and the CHARGE LED (11 will extinguish. Use the INPUT LEVEL control (19) on the transmitter rear panel to set the input level so that the front panel INPUT LEVEL LED (9) will light green intermittently or constantly and flash red only on the loudest signal peaks. Use the POWER switch (1) to switch the headphones ON. The green POWER LED (2) will light. Set the TUNING control (5) on the headphones such that you will hear the signal in the headphones clearly and free of interference. If the signal remains weak or noisy, use the FREQ. ADJUST control (18) on the transmitter to select a different carrier frequency and set the TUNING control (5) again as described above. Be sure not to rotate FREQ. ADJUST (18) all the way CW or CCW because optimum reception may not always be guaranteed at the ends of the frequency band. Set the VOLUME control (6) on the headphones to the desired volume level. Beep sounds audible in the headphones mean that the received signal is too weak, the headphones receive no signal, or that the headphones are tuned to a different frequency than the transmitter. Move closer to the transmitter or repeat step 6 above.
4.3 Setting Up the System 1. 2. 3.

Note: 4.

7. Note:
4.4 Mode Switch (Fig. 1) The mode switch (13) lets you select the desired reproduction modes of your HEARO 888 TITAN. The mode switch (13) has three positions: Left: STEREO for standard stereo reproduction. The input signal is transmitted unchanged. In stereo mode the green STEREO LED (10) will light. We recommend STEREO mode for stereo music and speech reproduction. Center: IVA STEREO. The IVA processor converts the stereo input signal to a binaural signal. The ear matching function provides a natural sonic perspective with no inside localization. In IVA stereo mode the green IVA STEREO LED (11) will light. We recommend IVA STEREO mode for 3-D music and speech listening. Right: IVA SURROUND. The Dolby Surround Pro-Logic Decoder, in conjunction with the IVA processor, simulates five loudspeaker channels (front left, center, right and rear left and right) for surround sound in the headphones. In IVA SURROUND mode the green IVA SURROUND LED (12) will light. We recommend IVA SURROUND mode for radio drama, TV, PC applications, video, surround sound and pop music recordings. 4.5 PANORAMA Switch The PANORAMA switch (14) allows you to change the apparent stereo base of the loud(Fig. 1) speakers simulated by IVA processing. 1. 2. 3. Position N is the factory programmed default setting of the simulated stereo base. To decrease the stereo base, set the PANORAMA switch (14) to 1. To widen the stereo base, set the PANORAMA switch (14) to 2.

If LED is. lighting green: 4.6 CHARGE LED Status Transmitter. is connected to AC power and audio source, switched ON, and receives signal. Headphones are not on the transmitter, charging function is off. is connected to AC and audio source, switched ON, and receives signal. Headphones are on the transmitter, charging function is on. has detected no signal for several minutes, headphones are on the transmitter, charging function is on. has detected no signal for several minutes, headphones are not on the transmitter, charging function is off, OR is not connected to AC power or switched OFF.
lighting orange: lighting red: dark:
Operating switches on or connecting the transmitter to your audio source may cause 4.7 Important Notes clicks which at high volume settings may affect your hearing. Therefore, be sure to set the VOLUME control on the headphones to minimum before switching between different sources (tuner, turntable, CD player, etc.) or connecting the transmitter. Listening over headphones at high volume levels, particularly over extended periods of time, may damage your hearing. Your HEARO 888 TITAN is a radio frequency device that conforms to the strict European and FCC standards. For physical reasons that are not related to the quality of the product, extremely strong interference sources may affect reception. In order to maintain interference-free listening pleasure, do not operate your HEARO 888 TITAN in the close vicinity of radio equipment, cellular telephones, or directly above TV or computer monitor picture tubes. The supplied connecting cables are long enough to allow the transmitter to be placed at a safe distance from interference sources. Interference caused by other users of the 914, 434, or 864 MHz LPD band are beyond AKGs control.

5 Cleaning

We recommend to clean the transmitter and headphones surfaces using a soft cloth moistened with water.

6 Troubleshooting

Symptom No sound. 1. 2. 3. 4. Possible Cause AC adapter is not connected to transmitter and/or AC outlet. Transmitter is OFF or not connected to audio source. Connected audio source is switched off. Volume control on audio source is set too low. Batteries are low. Headphones are switched off. Volume control on headphones/ transmitter is at zero. Transmitter is not connected to AC power. Batteries are not correctly aligned with polarity marks. Headphones are incorrectly positioned on transmitter. Headphones are ON. 1. 2. 3. 4. Remedy Connect AC adapter to transmitter and/or AC outlet. Switch transmitter on or connect to audio source. Switch audio source on to feed signal to transmitter input. Increase audio source volume to the point that transmitter switches back on. Charge batteries. Switch headphones on. Set volume control to desired level.

CHARGE LED does not light.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Connect transmitter to AC power. Check orientation of batteries in battery compartment. Place headphones on transmitter correctly. Switch headphones OFF.
Symptom Mono sound 1. 2. Possible Cause Connected audio source operates in mono mode. Transmitter is not correctly connected to audio source. Transmitter and receiving frequencies are not identical. 1. 2. Remedy. Switch audio source to stereo mode. Check cable connection between transmitter and audio source. Readjust TUNING control on headphones or use FREQ ADJUST control on transmitter to select different carrier frequency and readjust TUNING control on headphones. Turn up audio source volume control and/or INPUT LEVEL control on transmitter. Check audio source. Charge batteries. Turn down audio source volume control and/or INPUT LEVEL control on transmitter. Use FREQ. ADJUST control on transmitter to change carrier frequency and readjust TUNING control on headphones. Charge batteries. Switch off any suspicious appliances (if possible). Check audio source or sound carrier. Use FREQ. ADJUST control on transmitter to change carrier frequency and readjust TUNING control on headphones. Readjust bass or treble controls.
Audio level at transmitter input is too low. Input signal is noisy. Batteries are low. Audio level at transmitter input is too high. Transmitter and headphones carrier frequencies do not match exactly. Batteries are low. Electrical appliances with poor interference protection. Audio source or sound carrier defective.

3. 4. Distorted sound 1.

3. Intermodulation noise 1. 2.
Headphones receive unwanted transmitters
A neighbor uses similar UHF head- 1. phones.
Overemphasized bass or treble range
Bass or treble control settings on audio source. Transmitter and headphones carrier frequencies do not match exactly. No or weak reception.
Beep sounds heard in headphones
Use FREQ. ADJUST control on transmitter to change carrier frequency and readjust TUNING control on headphones. Change listening position, move closer to transmitter. Readjust TUNING control on headphones. Use FREQ. ADJUST control on transmitter to change carrier frequency and readjust TUNING control on headphones. Change listening position, move closer to transmitter.
Short reception dropouts (crackling)

Headphones poorly tuned.

Interference from other equipment. 2.
Signal too weak due to reception disturbances.

7 Specifications

System Performance Modulation: Carrier frequency band: Transmitter Power supply: Radiation angle: Weight: Max. range: Headphones Power supply: Battery life: Frequency range: Max. SPL: Weight: Distortion: Type: GFSK 914, 864, or 434 MHz (LPD band) 12 VDC, 300 mA 360 approx. 15.9 oz. (450 g) approx. 165 ft. (50 m) 3 VDC (2 x 1.2 V AAA size NiMh rechargeable batteries supplied) approx. 5 hours (NiMh rechargeable batteries) 20 Hz to 24,000 Hz >115 dB SPL approx. 8.1 oz. (230 g) <1% semi-open dynamic headphones

8 Warranty Conditions

AKG warrants AKG products against evident defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase for use. This Warranty does not cover damage resulting from misuse or abuse, or lack of reasonable care, or inadequate repairs performed by unauthorized service centers. Performance of repairs or replacements under this Warranty is subject to submission of the sales slip. Shipment of defective items for repair under this Warranty will be at the customers own risk and expense. This Warranty is valid for the original purchaser only. This Warranty does not cover dry or rechargeable batteries. Limited Warranty (valid in the United States only) AKG warrants AKG products against evident defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year and agrees to repair or, at our option, replace any defective unit without charge for either parts or labor. This Warranty does not cover dry or rechargeable batteries. Important: This Warranty does not cover damage resulting from accident, misuse or abuse, lack of reasonable care, the affixing of any attachment not provided with the product, loss of parts, or connecting the product to any but the specified receptacles. This Warranty is void unless service or repairs are performed by an authorized service center. No responsibility is assumed for any special, incidental, or consequential damage. However, the limitation of any right or remedy shall not be effective where such is prohibited or restricted by law. Simply take or ship your AKG products prepaid to our service department. Be sure to include your sales slip as proof of purchase date. (We will not repair transit damage under the nocharge terms of this Warranty.) Note: No other warranty, written or oral, is authorized by AKG Acoustics. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or con-sequential damage or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusion and limitations may not apply to you.

Table des matires

1 Consignes de scurit. Description. 2.1 Gnralits. 2.2 IVA - Acoustique virtuelle individuelle 2.3 Dcodeur Dolby Surround Pro-Logic. 2.4 Fournitures dorigine. 2.5 Elments de commande. 22 22
3 Raccordements. 23 3.1 Raccordement de lmetteur la source audio. 23 3.2 Branchement de lmetteur sur le secteur. Mise en service. 4.1 Chargement des accus sur le casque. 4.2 Remplacement des accus. 4.3 Mise en service de lquipement. 4.4 Slecteur de mode de fonctionnement 4.5 Curseur PANORAMA. 4.6 Fonctionnement de la LED CHARGE. 4.7 Conseils importants. 26 26

 

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