Sennheiser Evolution Wireless EW 300
Sennheiser - Unidirectional - Wireless - Mono
Hear better, perform better. Sennheiser monitoring systems are trusted by professionals worldwide and now are better than ever. Featuring an adaptive-diversity receiver, the receiver pack uses the headphone cable as a secondary antenna for flawless reception. Ear-canal phones, with various ear-fitting pads for an individual fit, reproduce the signal from the adaptive diversity receiver precisely and faithfully. Pass-through outputs allow easy splitting of the input signal to travel to other devi... Read more
Part Numbers: 504279, In Ear monitoring EW-300
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Intended use of the devices Intended use of the ew 300 IEM G2 series devices includes: using the devices for professional purposes, having read these instructions especially the chapter Important safety instructions on page 2, using the devices within the operating conditions and limitations described in this instruction manual. Improper use means using the devices other than as described in these instructions, or under operating conditions which differ from those described herein.
The ew 300 IEM G2 systems
With the Sennheiser evolution wireless in-ear monitoring systems ew 300 IEM G2 (suitable for both stage and broadcast use), musicians, video and sound amateurs, reporters/broadcasters, etc. can directly monitor the received sound signals without troublesome cables or monitor speakers being required. In addition, the system can also be used for any application where talkback signals are to be transmitted. The evolution wireless in-ear monitoring systems ew 300 IEM G2 are highquality state-of-the-art RF transmission systems with a high level of operational reliability and ease of use. The transmitters and the receiver permit wireless transmission with studio-quality sound. The excellent transmission reliability of the ew 300 IEM G2 systems is based on the use of further optimized PLL synthesizer and microprocessor technology, the HDX noise reduction system, the pilot tone squelch control (during stereo operation), and the scan function for scanning the channel banks for free channels. The ew 300 IEM series offers two systems: the ew 300 IEM G2 system (SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitter, EK 300 IEM G2 stereo receiver) and the SR 350 IEM G2 twin transmitter The EK 300 IEM G2 can also be used with the SR 350 IEM G2 twin transmitter. The SR 350 IEM G2 twin transmitter consists of two complete SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitters, but offers some advantages such as easy rack mounting, a built-in mains unit and a switchable transmission power for optimum operational reliability under varying transmission conditions.
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The channel bank system
The ew 300 IEM G2 systems are available in six UHF frequency ranges with 1440 transmission/receiving frequencies per frequency range. Please note: Frequency usage is different for each country. Your Sennheiser agent will have all the necessary details on the available legal frequencies for your area: Range A: 518 to 554 MHz Range D: 786 to 822 MHz Range B: 626 to 662 MHz Range E: 830 to 866 MHz Range C: 740 to 776 MHz Range G: 572 to 608 MHz The transmitters and the receiver of the ew 300 IEM G2 systems have nine channel banks with up to 12 switchable channels each.
Channel 1 Channel 2 Bank 1.8 Factory-preset frequency Factory-preset frequency
Channel 1 Channel 2 Bank U
selectable frequency selectable frequency
The channel banks 1 to 8 have up to 12 switchable channels that are factory-preset to a transmission/receiving frequency (see enclosed frequency table). These transmission/receiving frequencies cannot be changed but have been preset so that e.g. country-specific regulations on frequency usage are taken into account (see Type approvals on page 39). For detailed information, please refer to the enclosed frequency data sheets and to the country-specific frequency and transmission power overviews. An advantage of the factory-preset frequencies is that the system is ready for immediate use after switch-on, several transmission systems can be operated simultaneously on the preset channels without causing intermodulation interference.
Depending on the purchased system, delivery includes: ew 300 IEM G2 system 1 EK 300 IEM G2 stereo receiver 1 SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitter 2 batteries 1 telescopic antenna for SR 300 IEM GNT 2-1 mains unit 1 pair of IE 4 earphones Instructions for use 1 frequency data sheet Frequency and transmission power overviews SR 350 IEM GSR 350 IEM G2 stereo twin transmitter 2 telescopic antennas for SR 350 IEM Gmains cable Instructions for use 1 frequency data sheet Frequency and transmission power overviews
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Overview of operating controls
Stereo transmitter front view (SR 350 IEM G2 twin transmitter)
Operating controls Rack mount ears (preinstalled with the SR 350 IEM G2 only) Headphone output (PHONES), (6.3 mm) jack socket Headphone volume control (VOL) Graphic display, backlit / rocker button, backlit SET button, backlit ON button, backlit (serves as the ESC (cancel) key in the operating menu)
Graphic display panel Display for the current channel bank 1.8, U Display for the current channel number 1. 12 B.CH abbreviation for channel bank and channel number Alphanumeric display MHz appears when the frequency is displayed Level display for audio signal AF I (left and MONO), with PEAK warning Level display for audio signal AF II (right), with PEAK warning Lock mode icon (lock mode is activated) Note: For further illustrations and examples of the different standard displays, see Selecting the standard display on page 31.
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Stereo transmitter rear view
Operating controls on the SR 350 IEM G2 twin transmitter
3-pin IEC mains socket Cable grip for power supply DC cable Label with hazard warnings Type plate Service interface; connection to the NET 1 network system Audio input (AF IN BAL/UNBAL), XLR-3F socket (left and MONO) Audio input (AF IN BAL/UNBAL), XLR-3F socket (right) Antenna output (ANT A/B), BNC socket Transmission power switch (RF POWER) Operating controls on the SR 300 IEM G2 transmitter
DC socket for connection of mains unit (DC IN) Cable grip for power supply DC cable Type plate Service interface (DATA) Audio input (AF IN BAL/UNBAL), XLR-3F socket (left and MONO) Audio input (AF IN BAL/UNBAL), XLR-3F socket (right) Antenna output (ANT), BNC socket
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EK 300 IEM G2 stereo receiver
Operating controls Headphone output (PHONES), 3.5 mm jack socket Antenna Red LED for operation and battery status indication (ON/LOW BAT) Green LED for RF signal indication (RF) Charging contacts SET button / rocker button (DOWN/UP) Battery compartment Battery compartment cover Battery compartment release button ESC button LC display On/off/volume control
LC display panel Alphanumeric display B.CH appears when the channel bank and the channel number are displayed MHz appears when the frequency is displayed 4-step battery status display Lock mode icon (lock mode is activated) PILOT display (pilot tone evaluation is activated) MUTE display (audio output is muted) 7-step level display for received audio signal AF 7-step level display for received RF signal RF
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Indications and displays on the transmitter
Modulation display The level display for audio signal AF shows the modulation of the transmitter. When the transmitters audio input level is excessively high, the level display for audio signal AF shows full deflection. When the transmitter is overmodulated frequently or for an extended period of time, the text PEAK (backlit in red) flashes in alternation with the standard display.
Button backlighting During standby operation, the ON button is backlit in red. When the transmitter is switched on, the SET button and the / button are additionally backlit in green.
Indications and displays on the receiver
Operation and battery status indication The red LED (LOW BAT/ON) provides information on the current operating state of the receiver: Red LED lit up: The receiver is switched on and the capacity of the batteries/BA 2015 accupack is sufficient. The batteries are/the BA 2015 accupack is going flat (LOW BAT)!
Rack mounting CAUTION! Risks when rack mounting the transmitter! When installing the device in a closed or multi-rack assembly, please consider that, during operation, the ambient temperature within the rack may significantly rise above room temperature. The ambient temperature within the rack must not exceed the temperature limit specified in the specifications. When installing the device in a rack, take good care not to affect the ventilation required for safe operation or provide additional ventilation. Make sure the mechanical loading of the rack is even to avoid a hazardous condition such as a severely unbalanced rack. When connecting the device to the power supply, observe the information indicated on the type plate. Avoid circuit overloading. If necessary, provide overcurrent protection. Ensure a reliable mains ground connection of the device by taking appropriate measures. When installing the device in a closed or multi-rack assembly, please note that intrinsically harmless leakage currents of the individual devices may accumulate, thereby exceeding the allowable limit value. As a remedy, ground the rack via an additional ground connection.
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Rack mounting the SR 350 IEM G2 The rack mount ears are already fitted to the twin transmitter on delivery. twin transmitter To mount the twin transmitter into a 19 rack: Slide the twin receiver into the 19 rack. Secure the rack mount ears to the rack using four screws (not included). Rack mounting the SR 300 IEM G2 For mounting one or two transmitters into a 19 rack, you require the GA 2 transmitter rack adapter. The GA 2 rack adapter consists of:
2 rack mount ears 1 blanking plate 1 jointing plate 2 blanking plugs for closing off unused BNC holes 12 recessed head screws M 3xrecessed head screws M 6x10
To mount two transmitters side by side into a rack:
Place the two transmitters side by side upside-down onto a flat surface. Align the jointing plate over the holes in the bottom sides of the transmitters. Secure the jointing plate to the transmitters using eight of the supplied recessed head screws (M 3x6). Hook the two rack mount ears to the front panels of the transmitters. Secure the rack mount ears to the transmitters using two of the supplied recessed head screws (M 3x6) respectively. Slide the transmitters into the 19 rack. Secure the rack mount ears to the rack.
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When mounting only one transmitter into a rack, use the blanking plate instead of the second transmitter. To mount only one transmitter into a rack:
Hook the two rack mount ears to the front panel of the transmitter. Secure the rack mount ears to the transmitter using two of the supplied recessed head screws (M 3x6) respectively. Secure the blanking plate to one of the rack mount ears using two of the supplied recessed head screws (M 6x10). If you are not front mounting the BNC output connector, insert the two blanking plugs into the holes of the blanking plate. Slide the transmitter into the 19 rack. Secure the rack mount ears to the rack. Connecting the antenna Connecting the antenna to the rear The supplied telescopic antenna can be mounted quickly and easily and are of the transmitter suitable for all applications where good transmission conditions provided a wireless transmission system is to be used without a large amount of installation work. Connect the telescopic antenna to the BNC socket at the rear of the transmitter. Pull the end cap to extend the telescopic antenna.
Use a remote antenna (available as an accessory) when the transmitter position is not the best antenna position for optimum transmission.
Antenna front mounting When mounting only one SR 300 IEM G2 transmitter or one SR 350 IEM G2 twin transmitter into a rack, you can use an antenna mount (optional accessory) to mount the transmitters antenna connection to the front of the rack. Use the antenna mount matching the respective transmitter: For the SR 300 IEM G2 transmitter: AM 2 antenna mount For the SR 350 IEM G2 twin transmitter: GA 3030 AM antenna mount
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The antenna mounts consist of: 2 BNC extension cables (screw-in BNC socket 2 washers 2 nuts 2 antenna holders (GA 3030 AM only) 4 screws (GA 3030 AM only) To front mount the antenna of the SR 300 IEM G2 transmitter:
to BNC connector
Screw the BNC socket of the BNC extension cables to the blanking plate using the supplied washer and nut. Connect the BNC connector to the BNC socket on the transmitter. Slide the transmitter into the 19 rack. Secure the rack mount ears to the rack. Connect the telescopic antenna to the BNC socket. Pull the end cap to extend the telescopic antenna Unsecure the rack mount ears from the rack. Guide the BNC cables through the holes in the rack mount ears as shown in the diagram on the left.
To front mount the antennas of the SR 350 IEM G2 twin transmitter:
Screw the antenna holders to the BNC sockets washers and nuts.
using the supplied
Secure the antenna holders to the handles of the twin transmitter using two of the supplied screws respectively.
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Connect the two BNC connectors transmitter.
to the BNC sockets on the twin
Slide the twin transmitter into the 19 rack. Resecure the rack mount ears to the rack. Connect the telescopic antennas to the BNC sockets. Pull the end caps to extend the telescopic antennas
Changing the transmission power (SR 350 IEM G2 only)
With the SR 350 IEM G2 twin transmitter, you can choose between two different transmission powers. ATTENTION! Danger of interference with other transmitters! Depending on the selected transmission power and frequency, you may have to apply for an approval from the respective authority for a radio transmission licence, as you could interfere with other transmitters. This approval will only be valid for the approved transmission power. For detailed information, please refer to the enclosed frequency data sheets and to the countryspecific frequency and transmission power overviews. Apply for an approval, should country-specific regulations on frequency and/or transmission power usage require this.
ATTENTION! Danger of damage to the device! Due to the high transmission power (100 mW) in the switch position STANDARD, the optional AC 2 transmitter combiner must not be used as this can cause damage to the devices. Use only the optional AC 3200 transmitter combiner (see Accessories and spare parts on page 40). Set the transmission power switch (RF POWER) to the desired position. Transmission power will change as follows: Switch position LOW Transmission power 15 mW 100 mW
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Connecting the transmitter to the mains CAUTION! Damage due to electric current! If you connect the transmitter to an unsuitable power supply, this can cause damage to the device. Use the supplied mains cable to connect the receiver to the mains (100 to 240 V AC, 50 or 60 Hz). Ensure a reliable mains ground connection of the receiver especially when you are using multi-outlet power strips or extension cables. Both transmitters have no mains switch. To connect the transmitter to the mains: Pass the cable through the cable grip. Connect the supplied mains cable to the 3-pin IEC mains socket.
Plug the mains connector into the wall socket. To disconnect the transmitter from the mains: Pull out the mains connector from the wall socket.
Connecting the amplifier/mixing console Connect the amplifier/mixing console to the XLR-3F sockets (left and MONO) or (right). Both balanced and unbalanced connection is possible (see Connector assignment on page 39).
Note: Any device that is only suitable for mono operation must be connected to XLR-3F socket. In this case, set the transmitter to mono operation via the menu. Via the Sensitiv menu, adjust the transmitters input sensitivity (see Adjusting the sensitivity (transmitter only) on page 30).
Connecting the headphones/ monitoring the audio signal CAUTION! Danger of hearing damage! Listening at high volume levels for long periods can lead to permanent hearing defects. Set the volume for the connected headphones to the minimum before putting the headphones on. To monitor the audio signal:
Set the headphone volume control to the lowest volume by turning it to the left as far as possible. Connect headphones with a (6.3 mm) stereo jack plug to the headphone output (PHONES).
Activating/deactivating the lock mode
Transmitter and receiver have a lock mode that can be activated or deactivated via the operating menu (see Activating/deactivating the lock mode on page 33). The lock mode prevents that SR 300 IEM G2/SR 350 IEM G2 the transmitter is accidentally programmed or switched off during operation, the balance setting is accidentally changed via the receivers / rocker button.
EK 300 IEM G2
Attaching the receiver to clothing
The receiver is attached to clothing (e.g. belt, waistband) with the supplied belt clip.
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The operating menu
To ensure intuitive operation of both transmitter and receiver, the operating menus have been largely standardized. As a result, adjustments to the settings can be made quickly and without looking even in stressful situations, for example on stage or during a live show or presentation.
Buttons ON (transmitter only) Mode Standard display Operating menu To. switch the transmitter on and off cancel the entry and return to the standard display cancel the entry and return to the standard display get into the operating menu get into the setting mode of the selected menu store the settings and return to the previous menu level without function (transmitter) adjust the balance (receiver) change to the previous menu () or change to the next menu () adjust the setting of the selected menu: option (/) without function cancel the entry and return to the standard display cancel the entry and return to the standard display
Setting mode SET Standard display Operating menu
Setting mode / Standard display
ESC (receiver only)
Standard display Operating menu
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Overview of menus
Display Bank Channel Tune Sensitiv Display Name Reset LCD Contr Mode Lock Exit Function of the menu Switching between channel banks Switching between the channels in a channel bank Setting a transmission frequency for the channel bank U (user bank) Adjusting the sensitivity Selecting the standard display Entering a name Loading the factory-preset default settings Display BANK CHAN TUNE SCAN SQELCH ST-FOC LTD Hi-BST DISPLY NAME RESET PILOT LOCK EXIT
Storing a setting Press the SET button to store the setting. Stored appears on the display, indicating that the setting has been stored. The display then returns to the top menu level. With most menus, new settings become effective immediately without having to be stored. An exception are the Bank, Channel, Tune and Reset menus of the transmitter and the RESET menu of the receiver. With these menus, new settings only become effective after they have been stored (Stored appears on the display, indicating that the setting has been stored).
Exiting the operating menu Select the Exit menu to exit the operating menu and to return to the standard display. When you have entered the operating menu, the transmitters ON button serves as the ESC (cancel) key, i.e. by briefly pressing this button, you cancel your entry and return to the standard display. The receiver has a separate ESC button with which you can cancel your entry.
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Operating menu of the stereo transmitter
Exit Menu Exit Bank Channel
Bank 1.01 B.CH
Bank 3.01 B.CH
Current channel bank
/ : 1.8, U (User Bank)
Changing the channel bank
SET: Stores the setting
Stored Menu Bank 3 Channel 01 Tune 786.400MHz
Changing the channel SET
Channel 3.01 790.250 MHz B.CH
Current channel and corresponding frequency
Channel 3.08 807.900 MHz B.CH
/ : Channel
Stored Menu Channel 08 Tune 807.900MHz Sensitiv 24 dB
Setting the frequency for channel bank "U" SET
Tune U.01 B.CH
Current frequency on the selected channel
/ : Transmission frequency in steps of 25 kHz
Stored Menu Tune Sensitiv Display
797.075MHz 24 dB Frequency
/ : 0.24 dB,
Current sensitivity setting
Setting the sensitivity
Sensitivity in steps of 8 dB SET: Stores the setting
Stored Menu Sensitiv Display Name
8 dB Frequency VOCAL
Current standard display
/ : Frequency,
Switching between the standard displays
Bank/Channel, Name SET: Stores the setting
Menu Display Name Reset
Current transmitter name
Name G CAL
/ : Name (10 characters)
Assigning the transmitter a name
Letters w/o pronounciation marks, numbers from 0.9, special characters, spaces
SET: 9 x next character, then store
Switching between the channels in a channel bank CHAN Channel
Via the Channel menu, you can switch between the channels in a channel bank. Always set the transmitter and the receiver of a transmission link to the same channel. After scanning a channel bank (see Scanning the channel banks for free channels (receiver only) on page 28), only the free channels are displayed. Set the transmitter to one of the free channels.
Selecting the frequencies to be stored in the channel bank U TUNE Tune
Via the Tune menu, you can select the frequencies to be stored in the channel bank U (user bank). When you have selected one of the channel banks 1 to 8 and then select the Tune menu, the transmitter or receiver automatically switches to channel 01 of the channel bank U. In this case, U.01 briefly appears on the display. Use the / rocker button to select the desired transmission or receiving frequency. Transmission and receiving frequencies are tunable in 25-kHz steps within a switching bandwidth of 36 MHz max. For intermodulationfree frequencies, please refer to the enclosed frequency table.
Scanning the channel banks for free channels (receiver only) SCAN
Before putting one or several transmission links into operation, you should scan the selected channel bank for free channels. Starting the scan and storing the scan result Before starting the scan, switch all transmitters of your system off, since channels used by switched-on transmitters will not be displayed as free channels. Select the SCAN menu.
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Select START and confirm your selection by pressing the SET button. After the scan is completed, the number of free channels is displayed. Pressing the SET button once more will store the scan result and lock all channels that are used or subject to interference. Releasing locked channels Select the SCAN menu. Select CLEAR and confirm your selection by pressing the SET button. All channels in this channel bank can now be selected again.
For multi-channel operation, only use the free channels in a channel bank. Before putting the transmission links into operation, we recommend performing an auto scan. Select a channel bank on a receiver. Scan this channel bank for free channels. If not enough free channels are available in the selected channel bank, repeat the scan with another channel bank. Apply the scan result to all other transmitters and receivers. Note: If you have the SR 350 IEM G2 twin transmitter connected to the NET 1 network system, follow the instructions of the user manual of the NET 1.
Adjusting the contrast of the graphic display (transmitter only) LCD-Contr
Via the LCD Contr menu, you can adjust the contrast of the graphic display in 16 steps.
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Stereo/mono selection (transmitter only) Mode
Via the Mode menu, you can switch the transmitter between mono and stereo operation. Note: Connect any unit that only delivers a mono signal to the transmitters left XLR-3F socket and set the transmitter to mono operation. The receiver automatically identifies the transmitted audio signal and does not need to be set to mono operation. However, you have to deactivate the pilot tone evaluation on the receiver.
Activating/deactivating the lock mode LOCK Lock
Via the Lock menu, you can activate or deactivate the lock mode.
The lock mode icon on the display indicates that the lock mode is activated. To deactivate the lock mode, first press the SET button. Then press the / rocker button to select LOC.OFF. If you confirm your selection by pressing the SET button, the buttons can be operated as usual. SR 300 IEM G2/SR 350 IEM G2
Exiting the operating menu EXIT Exit
Via the Exit menu, you can exit the operating menu and return to the standard display.
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If a problem occurs.
Problem No operation indication Possible cause Batteries are flat or accupack is flat (receiver only) No mains connection (transmitter only) No RF signal Transmitter and receiver are not on the same channel Transmission range is exceeded Possible solution Replace the batteries or recharge the accupack Check the connections of the mains unit Set transmitter and receiver to the same channel Check the squelch threshold setting (see Adjusting the squelch threshold (receiver only) on page 29) or reduce the distance between transmitting antenna and receiver RF signal available, no audio signal, MUTE display appears on the display panel Transmitter is set to mono operation and the pilot tone evaluation of the receiver is activated Receivers squelch threshold is adjusted too high Audio signal has a high level of background noise Audio signal is distorted Transmitter sensitivity is adjusted too low Transmitter sensitivity is adjusted too high During scanning, an RF signal has been detected on this channel and the channel has been locked Deactivate the pilot tone evaluation on the receiver
See Adjusting the squelch threshold (receiver only) on page 29) See Adjusting the sensitivity (transmitter only) on page 30 See Adjusting the sensitivity (transmitter only) on page 30 See Scanning the channel banks for free channels (receiver only) on page 28
No access to a certain channel
If a problem occurs that is not listed in the above table or if the problem cannot be solved with the proposed solutions, please contact your local Sennheiser agent for assistance.
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Recommendations and tips
. for the EK 300 IEM G2 receiver The antenna should hang freely and be at least 1 cm away from the body. The antenna must not be in direct contact with the skin. for optimum reception Transmission range depends to a large extent on location and can vary from about 10 m to about 150 m. There should be a free line of sight between transmitting and receiving antennas. If, with the SR 300 IEM G2 transmitter or the SR 350 IEM G2 twin receiver, transmission conditions are unfavourable, you should use a remote antenna which is connected via antenna cable. To avoid overmodulating the receiver, observe a minimum distance of 5 m between transmitting and receiving antennas. Observe a minimum distance of 50 cm between the transmitting antennas and metal objects (such as cross members or reinforced-concrete walls). for multi-channel operation For multi-channel operation, you can only use the channels in a channel bank. Each of the channel banks 1 to 8 accommodates up to 12 factory-preset frequencies which are intermodulation-free. For alternative frequency combinations, please refer to the enclosed frequency table. The freely selectable frequencies can be selected via the Tune menu and can be stored in the channel bank U. When using several transmitters simultaneously, interference can be avoided by maintaining a minimum distance of 20 cm between two transmitters. For multi-channel applications, use the appropriate transmitter combiners (see Accessories and spare parts on page 40): SR 300 IEM G2 stereo transmitter: AC 2 transmitter combiner SR 350 IEM G2 twin transmitter: AC 2 transmitter combiner (only when the transmission power is set to LOW) or AC 3200 transmitter combiner
Care and maintenance
Use a slightly damp cloth to clean the units from time to time. Note: Do not use any cleansing agents or solvents.
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Switching bandwidth Nominal/peak deviation Frequency stability AF characteristics Noise reduction system AF frequency response MPX pilot tone (frequency/deviation) S/N ratio (at 1 mV and peak deviation) THD (at nominal deviation and 1 kHz) General data Temperature range Dimensions of carrying case [mm] Weight of carrying case IE 4 earphones Frequency response Max. SPL Impedance EK 300 IEM G2 receiver RF characteristics Receiver principle Sensitivity (with HDX, peak deviation) Adjacent channel rejection Intermodulation attenuation Blocking Squelch
Sennheiser HDX 4015,000 Hz 19 KHz/4 kHz 91 dB(A) 0,9 %
10 C to +55 C (with SR 350 IEM G2: 10 C to +45 C) 380 x 370 x 70 approx. 3 kg
4020,000 Hz 106 dB (1 kHz, 1 mW) 16
Pilot tone squelch (MPX pilot tone)
non diversity < 2.5 V at 52 dBArms S/N 70 dB 70 dB 80 dB 4 steps: OFF LO: 5 dBV MID: 15 dBV HI: 25 dBV can be switched off
AF characteristics Headphone output 3.5 mm jack socket AF output voltage (peak deviation, 1 kHzAF) PHONES 2 x 100 mW at 32 Overall device Power supply Nominal voltage Max. power consumption at nominal voltage Power consumption with switched-off receiver Operating time (with batteries) Operating time (with BA 2015 accupack) Dimensions [mm] Weight (incl. batteries)
2 AA size batteries, 1.5 V 2.4 V approx. 190 mA (2 x 30 mW) 250 A 610 hrs (depending on volume level) 610 hrs (depending on volume level) 82 x 64 x 24 approx. 170 g
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SR 300 IEM G2 transmitter/SR 350 IEM G2 twin transmitter RF characteristics RF output power at 50 ERP Antenna output AF characteristics Headphone output Output power at headphone output AF input Max. input voltage (peak deviation, 1 kHz) Input impedance Overall device SR 300 IEM G2
Power supply Nominal voltage Power consumption at nominal voltage Dimensions [mm] Weight 10,516 V DC 12 V DC approx. 300 mA 212 x 145 x 38 approx. 1100 g
SR 300 IEM GmW depending on antenna type used BNC socket, 50
SR 350 IEM GmW, switchable to 15 mW depending on antenna type used BNC socket, 50
(6.3 mm) stereo jack socket 100 mW an 32 (2x) 2 x XLR-3 socket, electronically balanced +20 dBu 10 k
SR 350 IEM G2
100240 V AC/5060 Hz approx. 400 mA 436 x 215 x 43 approx. 3960 g
Type approvals Area
USA: Canada: EU:
Conformity SR 300 IEM G2
FCC-Part 74.861 FCC ID: DMOF2EUVL RSS-123 IC: 2099A - G2SREK complies with the requirements for Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE): EN 300422-1/-2, class II EN 301489-1/-9 complies with the requirements for safety (LVD): EN 60065
Wireless Monitor Set 300 Series
RF Wireless Systems | evolution wireless G3
General Description With the evolution wireless monitor set, you are given complete control of your own performance across the entire stage. Earphones that have been specially developed for the rigors of everyday life on tour render the singing or instrumentation exactly as it is heard in the venue. But it is on loud rock stages that the monitor set really comes into its own. The bodypack receiver is intuitive and uncomplicated to use. Allowing you to set up your own personal volume levels. System includes: S R 300 IEM G3 Stereo Transmitter EK 300 IEM G3 bodypack transmitter IE 4 ear-canal headphones GA 3 rack mount adapter For recommended accessories please visit www.sennheiserusa.com Technical Specifications ew 300 IEM
Modulation... wideband FM Frequency ranges..516558, 566608,..626668, 734776, 780822, 823865 Transmission/Receiving frequencies. 20 channel banks, 6 user banks,.. 16 factory preset channels each Switching bandwidth.. 42 MHz Noise reduction system. Sennheiser HDX AF frequency response. 25 18,000 Hz S/N ratio (at 1 mV and peak deviation). 90 dBA THD (at nominal deviation and 1 kHz). 0.9 %
EK 300 IEM
Receiver principle.. Diversity. Sensitivity (with HDX, peak deviation).<2.5 V at 52 dBAeff S/N Adjacent channel rejection.. 65 dB Intermodulation attenuation.. 70 dB Blocking... 80 dB Pilot-tone squelch.. detachable Headphone output. 3.5 mm jack socket AF output voltage (at peak deviation, 1 kHz AF). 2 x 100 mW at 32 . Power supply..2 AA batteries, 1.5 V Dimensions.. 3.23 x 2.52 x 0.94 Weight.. approx. 5.6 oz (incl. batteries)
Sturdy metal housing PC-supported frequency management for transmitter and receiver Tunable UHF frequencies within a large switching bandwidth C ompact, adaptive diversity receiver for optimum reception E thernet port for connecting to the Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) software for control via computer this delivers a good overview of monitoring and professional data management for multi-channel systems Adaptive diversity receiver (integrated second antenna) W ireless synchronization of transmitters via infrared interface E nhanced frequency bank with up to 16 compatible frequencies MHz bandwidth, 1,680 switchable frequencies Increased range for audio sensitivity with calibration function Large, illuminated dot matrix display with warning indicator M ore control options (menu) Enhanced AF frequency range Switchable RF output power (10/30 mW) Loop-out sockets for pass-through of audio signals Integrated 5-band graphic equalizer R eceiver with adjustable limiter and HiBoost 2 AA batteries for more than 8 hours of use (depending on volume) 4-level battery indicator for receiver C ontacts for recharging the BA 2015 accupack directly in the receiver HDX compander for crystal-clear sound Operating options: mono / stereo / focus Focus mode: 2 channel, mix, adjustable by artist 4-level battery indicator for receiver
SR 300 IEM
RF output power at 50. typ. 30/10 mW,...switchable Antenna output.. BNC socket, 50 Headphone output. 1/4 (6.3 mm) stereo jack socket Output power at headphone output. 2x 100 mW at 32. AF input.. 2 x XLR-3/Jack combi socket, balanced Max. input voltage (at peak deviation, 1 kHz)..+ 22 dBu Input impedance.. 200 k // 0.65 nF Power supply.. 12 V DC Max. power consumption at nominal voltage.. approx. 300 mA Dimensions.. 7.48 x 8.35 x 1.69 Weight... approx. 1.99 lbs
Frequency response. 40 20,000 Hz Max. SPL...118 dB SPL Impedance... 32 .
ew 300 G3 Monitor Set
Limited Product Warranty/Service Sennheiser Electronic Corporation extends the following limited product warranty for Sennheiser products: The warranty period for all covered Sennheiser products is two years from the date of purchase. Not covered by this warranty are accessories and other consumables; for example, items of wear and tear, such as cables. During the warranty period, Sennheiser Electronic Corporation warrants that the Sennheiser equipment will be free from defects in materials and workmanship used in making the product. Abnormal conditions, deliberate abuse and damage due to accidents, operators error, or unauthorized service attempts are excluded from any warranty claims. Under this warranty, Sennheiser Electronic Corporation will repair, or at its option, replace free of charge the covered defective Sennheiser product, provided it is returned (postage paid, with proof of purchase from the original seller) to a Sennheiser Service Facility. Products should be returned in their original package, or otherwise suitably protected to avoid shipping damage. Either product registration or a valid, dated proof of purchase is accepted to establish the warranty period. The Sennheiser Service Department will be the sole authority to determine the validity of all warranty issues. This Limited Product Warranty is Sennheiser Electronic Corporations only warranty, and the customers only remedy concerning Sennheiser products. All other representations and warranties, express or implied, written or oral, including, but not limited to, any warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement, are expressly excluded. As a result, except as set forth in the previous paragraphs, the product is sold as-is and the customer is assuming the entire risk as to the products suitability for his needs, its quality and its performance. In no event will Sennheiser Electronic Corporation be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages resulting from any defect in the product or from its use, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
Sennheiser Electronic Corporation One Enterprise Drive, Old Lyme, CT 06371 Tel: (860) 434-9190 Fax: (860) 434-1759 www.sennheiserusa.com
Hear better, perform better. Sennheiser monitoring systems are trusted by professionals worldwide and now are better than ever. Featuring an adaptive-diversity receiver, the receiver pack uses the headphone cable as a secondary antenna for flawless reception. Ear-canal phones, with various ear-fitting pads for an individual fit, reproduce the signal from the adaptive diversity receiver precisely and faithfully. Pass-through outputs allow easy splitting of the input signal to travel to other devices. The 5 band equalizer integrated in the transmitter also allows you to personalize the sound even further. Lastly, the entire set can be monitored and remotely controlled with Sennheiser's "Wireless Systems Manager" software due to the built-in Ethernet port on the stereo transmitter.
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