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Transmitters and receivers have nine channel banks with four switchable channels each.
channel 1 channel 2 channel bank 1.8 channel 3 channel 4 preset frequency preset frequency preset frequency preset frequency
channel 1 channel 2 channel bank U channel 3 channel 4
freely selectable frequency freely selectable frequency freely selectable frequency freely selectable frequency
The channel banks 1 to 8 have four switchable channels that are factorypreset 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. The channel bank U (user bank) has four switchable channels to store your selection out of 1440 transmission/receiving frequencies that are freely selectable within the preset frequency range. An advantage of the factory-preset frequencies is that the systems are ready for immediate use after switch-on, several systems can be operated simultaneously on the preset channels without causing intermodulation interference.

System variants

Areas of application System
EM 100 G2 w 112 w 122 EK 100 G2 SKM 100 G2 w 152 w 172 w 135 w 145 w 165 ME 4 SKP 100 G2

Areas of application

/ / / / / / / /
Theater, presentation (omni-directional) Theater, presentation (high feedback rejection) Sports (aerobic), vocals Instruments Speech, vocals Vocals (high feedback rejection) Vocals, presentation (high feedback rejection) Versatile system, camera-mounted applications Presentation, camera-mounted applications Noisy environments, camera-mounted applications Speech, vocals, camera-mounted applications
w 100-ENG w 112-p w 122-p

SK 100 G2

ME 3 headmic ME 2

w 135-p

Delivery includes
ME 3 headmic (condenser, super-cardioid) (condenser, super-cardioid) ME 2 clip-on microphone (condenser, omni) (dynamic, super-cardioid) ME 4 clip-on microphone (condenser, cardioid)
Line output cable with jack plug
Line output cable with XLR-3 connector

2 telescopic antennas

SKM 100 G2 with MD 845 mic head
SKM 100 G2 with ME 865 mic head

NT 2-1 mains unit

SKM 100 G2 with MD 835 mic head

SKP 100 G2

EM 100 G2

EK 100 G2

w 112 w 122 w 152 w 172 w 135 w 145 w 165

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X X x X X X X

Batteries

4 X X X X X X X x
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Camera kit

System

(dynamic, cardioid)

w 100-ENG w 112-p w 122-p w 135-p
Instructions for use X X X X X X X X X X X

Microphone clamp

Instrument cable
Overview of operating controls
EM 100 G2 rack-mount receiver
Operating controls LC display button (UP) button (DOWN) SET button POWER button (serves as the ESC (cancel) key in the operating menu) Cable grip for power supply DC cable DC socket for connection of mains unit (DC IN) Audio output (AF OUT BAL), XLR-3M socket, balanced Audio output (AF OUT UNBAL), (6.3 mm) jack socket, unbalanced Service interface (DATA) Antenna input II (ANT II), BNC socket Type plate Antenna input I (ANT I), BNC socket
LC display panel Display for the current channel bank 1. 8, U Display for the current channel number 1. 4 B.CH abbreviation for channel Bank and CHannel number Alphanumeric display MHz appears when the frequency is displayed Transmitter low battery icon (LOW BAT warning) Lock mode icon (lock mode is activated) 8-step level display for received RF signal RF 8-step level display for received audio signal AF, with PEAK warning PILOT display (pilot tone evaluation is activated) Diversity display (antenna I or antenna II active) MUTE display (audio output is muted)
EK 100 G2 bodypack receiver
Operating controls Audio output (AF OUT), 3.5 mm jack socket (unbalanced) Antenna Red LED for operation and battery status indication (ON/LOW BAT) Green LED for RF signal indication (RF) SET button / rocker button (DOWN/UP) Battery compartment Battery compartment cover Unlocking button ON/OFF button (serves as the ESC (cancel) key in the operating menu) LC display 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
SK 100 G2 bodypack transmitter
Operating controls Microphone/line input (MIC/LINE), 3.5 mm jack socket Antenna Red LED for operation and battery status indication (ON/LOW BAT) Yellow LED for audio peak (AF PEAK) SET button / rocker button (DOWN/UP) Battery compartment Battery compartment cover Unlocking button ON/OFF button (serves as the ESC (cancel) key in the operating menu) LC display MUTE switch

MUTE display The MUTE display or appears when the RF signal of the received transmitter is too weak, the received transmitter has been muted (with the pilot tone transmission or evaluation activated).
RF signal indication (EK 100 G2 only) The green LED (RF) at the front of the EK 100 G2 lights up when an RF signal is being received.
Modulation display of the receiving transmitter The level display for audio signal AF shows the modulation of the transmitter. When the transmitters audio input level is excessively high (AF peak), the receivers level display for audio signal AF shows full deflection.
PILOT display The PILOT display or lights up when the pilot tone evaluation is activated (see: Activating/deactivating the pilot tone transmission or pilot tone evaluation on page 83).
Diversity display (EM 100 G2 only) The EM 100 G2 receiver operates on the true diversity principle (see: Diversity reception on page 89). The diversity display indicates whether diversity section I (i.e. antenna 1) or diversity section II (i.e. antenna 2) is active.
Display backlighting (EK 100 G2 only) After pressing a button, the display remains backlit for approx. 15 seconds.
Indications and displays on the transmitters
Operation and battery status indication The red LED (LOW BAT/ON) provides information on the current operating state of the transmitter: Red LED lit up: Red LED flashing: The transmitter is switched on and the capacity of the batteries/accupack BA 2015 is sufficient. The batteries are/the accupack BA 2015 is going flat (LOW BAT)!
In addition, the 4-step battery status display on the display panel provides information on the remaining battery/accupack BA 2015 capacity:
3 segments: 2 segments: 1 segment: Battery icon flashing: capacity approx. 100 % capacity approx. 70 % capacity approx. 30 % LOW BAT
MUTE display The MUTE display appears on the display panel when the transmitter is muted (see: Muting the transmitters on page 71).
Modulation display The level display for audio signal (AF) shows the modulation of the transmitter.
AF peak indication (SK 100 G2 only) The yellow LED (AF PEAK) at the front of the SK 100 G2 lights up when the audio input level is excessively high (AF peak) and overmodulates the transmitter. At the same time, the 7-step level display for audio signal AF shows full deflection for the duration of the overmodulation.
PILOT display The PILOT display lights up when the transmitter display panel if the pilot tone transmission is activated (see: Activating/deactivating the pilot tone transmission or pilot tone evaluation on page 83).

At this position, place a square nut under the perforated plate. Fasten the flash mount adapter to the perforated plate using the square nut. Remove the belt clip. Place the perforated plate onto the rear of the receiver. Reinsert the belt clip.
For powering the SK 100 G2 bodypack transmitter, you can either use two 1.5 V AA size batteries or the rechargeable Sennheiser BA 2015 accupack. Press the two unlocking buttons and open the battery compartment cover. Insert the two batteries or the BA 2015 accupack as shown in the diagram on the left. Please observe correct polarity when inserting the batteries/ accupack. Close the battery compartment. The battery compartment cover locks into place with an audible click.
Note: For important informations on charging the accupack see: Inserting and replacing the batteries on page 65.
Connecting the microphone/line cable The microphone/line input is designed for the connection of both condenser microphones and instruments (e.g. guitars). DC powering of the condenser microphones is via the microphone/line input. Connect the 3.5 mm jack plug from the microphone/line cable to the 3.5 mm jack socket (MIC/LINE). Lock the 3.5 mm jack plug by screwing down the coupling ring. Via the operating menu, adjust the sensitivity of the microphone/line input (MIC/LINE) (see: Adjusting the sensitivity (transmitters only) on page 80).
Attaching the microphones Use the microphone clips to attach the ME 2 and ME 4 clip-on microphones to clothing (e.g. tie, lapel). Adjust the ME 3 headmic so that a comfortable and secure fit is ensured.
Positioning the microphones The ME 3 and ME 4 microphones are directional microphones, i.e. their sound inlet should always be directed towards the sound source (e.g. mouth). The ME 2 with omni-directional pick-up pattern picks up sound equally from all directions. It is the best choice if movements of the speakers head have to be compensated for. However, it should be attached as close as possible to the sound source. Adjust the sensitivity correctly for all microphones/usages (see: Adjusting the sensitivity (transmitters only) on page 80).
Inserting and replacing the batteries For powering the SKP 100 G2 plug-on transmitter, you can either use two 1.5 V AA size batteries or the rechargeable Sennheiser BA 2015 accupack.
Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of the embossed arrow and opern the cover. Insert the two batteries or the BA 2015 accupack as shown in the diagram on the left. Please observe correct polarity when inserting the batteries/ accupack.

Close the battery compartment. The battery compartment cover locks into place with an audible click. Note: For accupack operation of the transmitter, only use the BA 2015 accupack In order to ensure optimum operational reliability. For charging the accupack, only use the L 2015 charger. Both the accupack and the charger are available as accessories. The accupack is fitted with an integrated sensor which is via a third contact monitored by the electronics of the transmitter and the charger. The sensor is necessary for the following control purposes: The taking into account of the different voltage characteristics of primary cells (batteries) and accupacks. The battery status indications on the displays, the transmission of transmitter battery status information to the rack-mount receivers and the switch-off thresholds at the end of the operating time are corrected correspondingly. Due to the missing sensor, individual rechargeable battery cells will not be identified as accupacks. The monitoring of the accupack temperature during charging in the L 2015 charger.
Plugging the plug-on transmitter onto a microphone Plug the transmitters XLR-3F socket onto the microphones XLR-3M socket. Tighten the locking ring as shown in the diagram on the left. Note: The transmitter uses the microphone body as an antenna therefore only microphones with a metal casing should be used for best signal transmission.
Inserting and replacing the batteries For powering the SKM 100 G2 radiomicrophone, you can either use two 1.5 V AA size batteries or the rechargeable Sennheiser BA 2015 accupack. Unscrew the display section from the radiomicrophones body by turning it counterclockwise. Slide back the display section as far as it will go. Open the battery compartment cover.
Insert the two batteries or the BA 2015 accupack as shown in the diagram on the left. Please observe correct polarity when inserting the batteries/ accupack. Close the battery compartment cover. Push the battery compartment into the radiomicrophones body. Screw the display section tight. Note: For important informations on charging the accupack see: Inserting and replacing the batteries on page 67.
Changing the microphone head First remove the batteries/accupack as described above and leave the radiomicrophone open. Unscrew the sound inlet basket. Loosen the screw and put it to one side. Gently ease the capsule out of the contacts and then pull it out of the housing as shown. Do not touch the contacts and the diaphragm! Insert the new capsule. Secure the capsule by tightening the screw. Note: The screw mechanically secures the microphone capsule. If the screw is missing, malfunctions may occur during tough use. Put on the sound inlet basket and identification ring supplied with the new microphone head (NB: do NOT use the old basket, as the different heads use slightly differing internal foam) and screw it tight. Insert the batteries/accupack. Close the radiomicrophone and put it into operation. Note: Microphone capsule, sound inlet basket and foam insert form an acoustic unit and must therefore always be exchanged all together. Each microphone head comes with a color-coded identification ring to distinguish different microphone heads from each other (green = MD 835, blue = MD 845, red = ME 865).

Using the components

Switching the components on/off
The ew 100 G2 transmitters and receivers can only be switched off when the standard display is shown on the display panel. Within the operating menu, the ON/OFF button or the POWER button (EM 100 G2 only) serves as the ESC (cancel) key, i.e you cancel your entry and return to the standard display. Note: Remove the batteries or the accupack when the units will not be used for extended periods of time. Switching the rack-mount receiver on/off Press the POWER button to switch the receiver on. To switch the receiver off, press the POWER button until OFF appears on the display.
Switching the bodypack receiver/transmitter on/off Press the two unlocking buttons and open the battery compartment cover.
Press the ON/OFF button to switch the bodypack receiver/transmitter on. The red LED lights up. To switch the bodypack receiver/transmitter off, press the ON/OFF button until OFF appears on the display. The red LED goes off. Close the battery compartment. The battery compartment cover locks into place with an audible click.
Switching the plug-on transmitter on/off Press the ON/OFF button to switch the plug-on transmitter on. The red LED lights up. To switch the plug-on transmitter off, press the ON/OFF button until OFF appears on the display. The red LED goes off.
Switching the radiomicrophone on/off
Turn the protective cap at the bottom of the radiomicrophone so that the ON/OFF button becomes accessible. Press the ON/OFF button to switch the radiomicrophone on. The red LED lights up. To switch the radiomicrophone off, press the ON/OFF button until OFF appears on the display. The red LED goes off.

Muting the transmitters

All transmitters have a MUTE switch that noiselessly mutes the transmitters audio signal without switching the transmitter off. SK 100 G2 Muting the SK 100 G2 and SKP 100 G2 transmitters Set the MUTE switch to the position MUTE. The MUTE display appears on the transmitter display panel. Provided that the pilot tone function is activated on both the transmitter and the receiver, the MUTE display also appears on the receiver display panel. SKP 100 G2 Set the MUTE switch back to the original position to retransmit the audio signal.

Muting the SKM 100 G2 radiomicrophone Turn the protective cap at the bottom of the radiomicrophone so that the MUTE switch becomes accessible. Set the MUTE switch to the position MUTE. The MUTE display appears on the transmitter display panel. Provided that the pilot tone function is activated on both the transmitter and the receiver, the MUTE display also appears on the receiver display panel. Set the MUTE switch back to the original position to retransmit the audio signal.
Activating/deactivating the lock mode
All transmitters and receivers have a lock mode that can be activated or deactivated via the operating menu (see: Activating/deactivating the lock mode on page 83). The lock mode prevents that the transmitter or receiver is accidentally programmed or switched off during operation.
Attaching the components to clothing
Attaching the bodypack receiver/transmitter to clothing The bodypack receiver/transmitter is attached to clothing (e.g. belt, waistband) with the supplied belt clip. The clip is detachable so that you can also attach the bodypack receiver/ transmitter with the antenna pointing downwards. To do so, withdraw the clip from its fixing points and attach it the other way round. The BPP 1 bodypack pouch (available as an accessory) helps to protect the bodypack receiver/transmitter against moisture.

The operating menu

A special feature of the Sennheiser ew 100 G2 series is the similar, intuitive operation. As a result, the units are easy to operate and 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.

The buttons

Buttons ON/OFF or POWER (EM 100 G2 only) SET Mode Standard display Operating menu Setting mode Standard display Operating menu Setting mode Standard display / Operating menu Setting mode To. turn the transmitter or receiver 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 change to the previous menu () or change to the next menu () adjust the setting of the selected menu: option (/)

Overview of menus

Display BANK CHAN TUNE SCAN SENSIT AF OUT SQELCH DISPLY NAME RESET PILOT LOCK EXIT Receivers Switching between channel banks Switching between the channels in a channel bank Setting a receiving frequency for the channel bank U (user bank) Scanning the selected channel bank for free channels Transmitters 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 (AF)
Adjusting the audio output level Adjusting the squelch threshold Selecting the standard display Entering a name Loading the factory-preset default settings Activating/deactivating the pilot tone evaluation Activating/deactivating the lock mode Exiting the operating menu and returning to the standard display

Selecting the standard display Entering a name Loading the factory-preset default settings Activating/deactivating the pilot tone transmission Activating/deactivating the lock mode Exiting the operating menu and returning to the standard display
Working with the operating menu
By way of example of the TUNE menu, this section describes how to use the operating menu. After switching the unit on, the standard display is shown on the display panel.
Getting into the operating menu Press the SET button to get from the standard display into the operating menu. The last menu selected flashes on the display.

Transmitters

Selecting a menu Press the / buttons to select a menu.
Press the SET button to get into the setting mode of the selected menu. The current setting that can be adjusted flashes on the display.
Adjusting a setting Press the / buttons to adjust the setting. By briefly pressing the / buttons, the display jumps either forwards or backwards to the next setting. In the CHAN, TUNE and NAME menu, the / buttons feature a fast search function. If you hold down a button, the display cycles continuously. The fast search function allows you to get fast and easily to your desired setting. The new setting flashes on the display until it is stored. 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 previous menu level. With most menus, new settings become effective immediately without having to be stored. An exception are the BANK, CHAN, TUNE and RESET menus of the transmitters and the RESET menu of the receivers. 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 ON/OFF button or the POWER button (EM 100 G2 receiver only) serves as the ESC (cancel) key, i.e. by briefly pressing the ON/OFF or POWER button, you cancel your entry and return to the standard display.
Operating menu of the receivers
Changing the channel bank

BANK 1

Current channel bank

BANK U

/ : 1.8, U (User
Bank) SET: Stores the setting

STORED

Changing the channel

790.025

790.100
Current channel (display depends on "DISPLY" setting)

/ : Channel

SET: Stores the setting

STORED TUNE

Setting the frequency for channel bank "U" SET
Current frequency on the selected channel

791.125

/ : Receiving frequency in steps of 25 kHz

STORED SCAN

Scanning the selected channel bank for free channels SET U.

/ : CLEAR, START

04 CH FREE
Start scan = START SET: Scans the selected channel bank for free channels Delete result = CLEAR SET: Releases locked channels

STORED AF OUT

Setting the audio output level SET

LEV +18 18

Current audio output level

LEV -24

/ : (in steps of 6 dB): EM 100 G2:+18.0.-24 dB EK 100 G2: +12.0.-30 dB

STORED SQELCH

Setting the squelch threshold SET
Current squelch threshold

LO, MID, HI

STORED DISPLY

SQELCH

DISPLY
Switching between the standard displays

Current standard display

/ : Select standard display EM 100 G2: FREQ, NAME EK 100 G2: FREQ, NAME, CHAN
Assigning the receiver a name

Current receiver name

Enter a name (6 characters)

STORED RESET

Loading the factorypreset default settings SET
Letters w/o pronounciation marks, numbers from 0.9, special characters, spaces
SET: 5 x next character, then store

RST. NO

Security check

RST. OK

/ : OK, NO
"reset" = OK: SET: Receiver loads
factory-preset default settings (only pilot tone setting is kept), receiver is restarted, standard display appears
"reset" = NO SET: Reset is cancelled
Activating/deactivating the pilot tone evaluation

PLT. ON

Pilot tone evaluation activated or deactivated

PLT. OFF

/ : ON, OFF

STORED LOCK

Activating the lock mode SET

LOC.OFF OFF

Lock mode activated or deactivated

LOC.ON ON

Lock mode = ON: SET: Stores the setting (STORED), returns to standard display Lock mode = OFF: SET: Stores the setting

STORED EXIT

Exiting the operating menu SET
Operating menu of the transmitters

/ : Transmission

frequency in steps of 25 kHz SET: Stores the setting

STORED SENSIT

Setting the sensitivity SET

-10 dB

Current sensitivity setting

-30 dB

SK 100 G2: 0.-30 dB SKM 100 G2: 0.-30 dB SKP 100 G2: 0.-50 dB SET: Stores the setting

FREQ, NAME, CHAN

STORED NAME
Assigning the transmitter a name

Current transmitter name

Transmitter name (6 characters)
"reset" = OK: SET: Transmitter loads
factory-preset default settings (only pilot tone setting is kept), transmitter is restarted, standard display appears
Activating/deactivating the pilot tone transmission
Pilot tone transmission activated or deactivated
Adjustment tips for the operating menu
Switching between channel banks BANK
Via the BANK menu, you can switch between the nine channel banks of the transmitters and receivers. The channel banks 1 to 8 have four switchable channels that are factory-preset to a transmission/receiving frequency (see: The channel bank system on page 52). The channel bank U (user bank) has four switchable channels to store your selection out of 1440 transmission/receiving frequencies that are freely selectable within the preset frequency range. When switching from one channel bank to another, the channel with the lowest channel number is automatically displayed. If, during the last scan of this channel bank, an interfering frequency was detected on the channel with the lowest channel number (see: Scanning the channel banks for free channels (receivers only) on page 79), the receiver display panel automatically displays the next free channel.
Switching between the channels in a channel bank CHAN
Via the CHAN menu, you can switch between the four 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 (receivers only) on page 79), 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
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 / buttons 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 (receivers only) SCAN
Before putting one or several transmission links into operation, you should scan the selected channel bank for free channels In order to ensure intermodulation-free operation of your system.

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. 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.

Multi-channel operation

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.
Adjusting the sensitivity (transmitters only) SENSIT
Via the SENSIT menu, you can adjust the modulation level of the transmitters. This changes the transmitters input sensitivity. The input sensitivity is adjusted too high when close talking distances, speakers with loud voices or loud music passages cause overmodulation in the transmission link. In this case, the SK 100 G2s yellow LED (AF PEAK) will light up and the receivers level display for audio signal (AF) will show full deflection (see: Modulation display of the receiving transmitter on page 60). If, on the other hand, the sensitivity is adjusted too low, the transmission link will be undermodulated, which would result in a signal with high background noise. The sensitivity is correctly adjusted when the level display for audio signal AF shows full deflection only during the loudest passages.
Note: For monitoring the adjusted sensitivity, the transmitters level display for audio signal (AF) always indicates the audio level even if the transmitter is muted.
The following figures are a guide to the best settings: Loud music/vocals: Presentations: Interviews: Musical instruments: electric guitars with single coil pickups: electric guitars with humbucker pickups: guitars with active electronics (active pickups, active EQs, piezo pickups): Special feature of the SKP 100 G2 plug-on transmitter: In order to be able to use highly sensitive directional condenser microphones with separate powering, the SKP 100 G2 plug-on transmitter offers a sensitivity range extended by 20 dB. With the transmitter plugged onto a directional condenser microphone, the following figures are a guide to the best settings: Loud music/vocals: Presentations: Interviews: 50 to 40 dB 40 to 30 dB 30 to 20 dB 10 to 0 dB 20 to 10 dB 30 to 20 dB 30 to 20 dB 20 to 10 dB 10 to 0 dB

. 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 four factorypreset 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. Use special accessories for multi-channel applications (see: Accessories on page 93).

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. To clean the SKM 100 G2s sound inlet basket, proceed as follows: Unscrew the sound inlet basket (turn counterclockwise) and remove it. Remove the foam insert. Use a slightly damp cloth to clean the sound inlet basket from the inside and ouside. Reinsert the foam insert. Replace the sound inlet basket on the SKM 100 G2 and screw it tight (taking care not to loose the colored identification ring).

Additional information

HDX noise reduction

RF link

Inherent noise of the RF link

Transmitter

Receiver
Progress you can hear: The evolution wireless G2 series is equipped with HDX, the Sennheiser noise reduction system that reduces RF interference. It increases the signal-tonoise ratio in wireless audio transmission to more than 110 dB. HDX is a wideband compander system which compresses the audio signal in the transmitter in a 2:1 ratio (related to dB) to lift it above the inherent noise floor of the RF link. A 110 dB dynamic range signal is thus transmitted with an effective dynamic range of only 55 dB, which is above the 60 dB noise floor of the RF link. In the receiver the signal is expanded in an identical and opposite way in a 1:2 ratio to restore the original signal, at the same time reducing the RF noise to below the noise floor of the receiver. HDX has been specially developed for high quality radiomicrophone systems. Note: Only transmitters and receivers that are equipped with HDX can work correctly with each other. If non HDX equipment was mixed with HDX, the dynamic range would be drastically reduced and the transmission would sound blunt and flat. HDX is permanently active and cannot be switched off.

3.5 mm jack socket: unbalanced: +10 dBu
Overall device Power supply Power consumption Power consumption with switched-off receiver Dimensions [mm] Weight
2 AA size batteries, 1.5 V approx. 130 mA 250 A 82 x 64 x 24 approx. 158 g (incl. batteries)
212 x 145 x 38 approx. 1100 g
Transmitters RF characteristics RF output power at 50 AF characteristics Max. input voltage (at peak deviation) Microphone Line Input impedance Microphone Line Overall device Power supply Nominal voltage Max. power consumption at nominal voltage Power consumption with switched-off transmitter Operating time (with batteries) Operating time (with BA 2015 accupack) Dimensions [mm] Weight (incl. batteries) Microphones Transducer principle Sensitivity Pick-up pattern Max. SPL Microphone heads Transducer principle Sensitivity Pick-up pattern Max. SPL Color of identification ring MD 835 dynamic 1.5 mV/Pa cardioid 150 dB SPL green MD 845 dynamic 1 mV/Pa super-cardioid 154 dB SPL blue ME 865 condenser 3 mV/Pa super-cardioid 144 dB SPL red ME 2 condenser 20 mV/Pa omni-driectional 130 dB SPL ME 3 condenser 1.6 mV/Pa super-cardioid 150 dB SPL ME 4 condenser 40 mV/Pa cardioid 120 dB SPL SK 100 G2 typ. 30 mW SKP 100 G2 SKM 100 G2
1.8 Vrms, unbalanced 1.2 Veff, unbalanced 2.4 Vrms 10 k, unbalanced 1 M 10 k, unbalanced
2 AA size batteries, 1.5 V 2.4 V 2.4 V 170 mA 250 A 250 A >8h >8h 82 x 64 x 24 approx. 158 g >8h >8h 105 x 43 x 43 approx. 195 g
2.4 V 250 A >8h >8h 50 x 225 approx. 450g

Connector assignment

EM 100 G2: EM 100 G2:

(6.3 mm) stereo jack

plug, unbalanced

(6.3 mm) mono jack

EM 100 G2: XLR-3F connector, balanced
EM 100 G2: DC connector for power supply
SK 100 G2: 3.5 mm jack plug
EK 100 G2: 3.5 mm stereo jack plug, unbalanced
EK 100 G2: 3.5 mm mono jack plug, unbalanced
Polar diagrams and frequency response curves of microphones/microphone heads
Polar diagrams of microphones/microphone heads MD 835 ME 865 ME 3

MD 845

Frequency response curves of microphones/microphone heads MD 835 ME 2

ME 865

Accessories
MD 835 Microphone head for SKM 100 G2 (green identification ring), dynamic, cardioid MD 845 Microphone head for SKM 100 G2 (blue identification ring), dynamic, super-cardioid ME 865 Microphone head for SKM 100 G2 (red identification ring), condenser, super-cardioid MZW 1 Wind- and popshield for SKM 100 G2 MZQ 1 Microphone clamp for SKM 100 G2 ME 2 Clip-on microphone for SK 100 G2, condenser, omni-directional ME 4 Clip-on microphone for SK 100 G2, condenser, cardioid ME 3 Headmic for SK 100 G2, condenser, super-cardioid CI 1 Instrument cable for SK 100 G2, with (6.3 mm) jack plug CL 2 Line input cable for SK 100 G2, with XLR-3F connector CL 100 Line input cable for EK 100 G2, with XLR-3M connector GA rack adapter AM 2 Antenna mount for mounting antennas to the front of the GA 2 A 1031-U UHF antenna, passive, omni-directional, can be mounted onto a stand AB 2-A UHF antenna booster, 10 dB gain powered via ASP 2/NT1 AB 2-B AB 2-C AB 2-D AB 2-E GZL 1019-A1 / 5 / 10 Antenna cable with BNC connectors 1 m / 5 m / 10 m ASP 2 Antenna splitter, 2 x 1:4, passive, for connecting four EM 100 G2 to two A 1031-U/AB 2 NT 1 Mains unit for ASP 2 DC 2 DC power adapter, for external 12 V DC powering of SK 100 G2 (instead of two AA size batteries) BA 2015 Accupack for EK 100 G2, SK 100 G2, SKP 100 G2, SKM 100 G2 L 2015 Charger for BA 2015 accupack CC 2 Carrying case for ew 100 G2 system KEN 8 color-coded identification caps for SKM 100 GMHz 626662 MHz 740776 MHz 786822 MHz 830866 MHz

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Sennheiser EW 100 G2 Wireless System
The EW 100 G2 is a high-quality state-of the-art RF transmission system with a high level of operational reliability and ease of use. Transmitters and receivers permit wireless transmission with studio-quality sound. The system consists of: 1. Receiver 2. XLR to Mini(3.5mm) cable 3. Bodypack transmitter 4. Clip-on microphone 5. Plug-on transmitter
To attach the receiver to the camera:
1. Connect the 3.5 mm (mini plug) to the audio output (AF out) on the receiver. 2. Lock the 3.5 mm jack by screwing down the coupling ring.

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3. Slide the receiver into the camera shoe (1) with the antenna pointing forward. 4. Lock down the receiver by screwing down the locking ring (2). 5. Plug in the XLR connector into the appropriate audio input. Output of the receiver is set to a line signal. Adjust camera to appropriate setting.
Inserting and replacing batteries for the bodypacks:
1. Press the two unlocking buttons and open the battery compartment cover. 2. Insert two AA batteries as shown. Observe correct polarity when inserting the batteries. 3. Close the battery compartment.

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Inserting and replacing batteries for the plug-on transmitter:
1. Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of the arrow and open the cover. 2. Insert two AA batteries as shown. Observe correct polarity when inserting the batteries. 3. Close the battery compartment.
Switching the bodypack receiver/transmitter on/off:
1. Press the two unlocking buttons and open the battery compartment cover. 2. Press the on/off button to switch the bodypack receiver/transmitter on. The red LED lights up. 3. To switch off the bodypack receiver/transmitter, press the on/off button until off appears on the display. The red LED goes off. 4. Close the battery compartment.
Switching the plug-on transmitter on/off:
1. Press the on/off button to switch the plug-on transmitter on. The red LED lights up.
2. To switch off the plug-on transmitter, press the
on/off button until off appears on the display. The red LED goes off. Page 3 7/18/05
Connecting the Microphone:
1. Connect the 3.5 mm jack to the 3.5 mm jack socket (MIC/LINE). 2. Lock the 3.5 mm jack by screwing down the coupling ring. 3. Via the operating menu (see below) adjust the sensitivity of the microphone input.
Plugging the plug-on transmitter onto a microphone.
1. Plug the transmitters XLR-3F socket onto the microphones XLR-3M socket. 2. Tighten the locking ring as shown. Note: The transmitter uses the microphone body as an antenna-therefore only microphones with a metal casing should be used for the best signal transmission.
Working with the operating menu.
1. Press the Set button to access the menu. 2. Press the / buttons to select a menu. 3. Press the Set button to get into the setting mode of the selected menu. 4. Press the / buttons to adjust the setting. 5. Press the Set button to store the setting. 6. Select the Exit menu to exit the operating menu and to return to the standard display.

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Receiver menu adjustments
SCAN Function 1. To find a clear channel access Scan in the menu of the receiver. 2. Switch off all transmitters. 3. Select start and confirm your selection by pressing the set button. After the scan is completed the number of free channels is displayed. Press the Set button to store your channel. AF OUT 1. Via the AF OUT menu, you can adjust the audio output level. 2. It has been set to mike output. SQELCH 1. The receiver is equipped with a squelch that can be adjusted via the SQELCH menu. The squelch eliminates annoying noise when the transmitter is switched off. 2. Adjust the squelch threshold-with the transmitter switched off-to the lowest possible setting that suppresses hissing noise. 3. It has been set to low.
Transmitter menu adjustments
SENSIT 1. The input sensitivity is adjusted too high when the yellow LED (AF PEAK) lights up and the receivers level display for audio signal (AF) shows full deflection. 2. The sensitivity is correctly adjusted when the level display for audio signal AF shows full deflection only during the loudest passages. 3. SENSIT is set to 20.

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Receiver Functions:

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Body Pack Transmitter Functions:

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Plug-on Transmitter Functions:

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