E6 Omni Booklet


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Handling the E6 Omni The E6 Omni EarSet is a high-precision instrument, designed and manufactured to the most rigid standards achievable. While the E6 Omni is designed for durability, moisture- resistance and flexibility, we do suggest some basic precautions to prevent damage or sonic degradation: - Always use the E6 with a protective cap in place. The cap protects the microphone capsule from makeup, moisture, dust and debris. - When a protective cap is not in place, handle the microphone capsule with clean hands and avoid touching the end of the capsule with fingers, or obstructing the opening with foreign substances. - The E6's earpiece and boom are constructed of an exceptionally flexible material which can be easily shaped to the wearer's needs. To prevent damage to your EarSet, avoid bending it over sharp angles (such as the end of your fingernail) or around a tight radius (less than 1/2" diameter). Instead, use the side of your finger or other rounded object. Refer to the notes on fitting the EarSet beginning on page 5. 2 Thanks for choosing the Countryman Isomax E6 Omnidirectional EarSet microphone. We're confident you'll find the E6 Omni to be the finest, most natural sounding microphone available. Its slender, unobtrusive profile is perfect for stage, church and on-camera use, and its lightweight, springy design clips comfortably around your ear, so it never interferes with eyeglasses, hairstyles or headphones. With exceptional moisture resistance, sound level capability up to 145 dB, compatibility with most wireless transmitters, and a versatile omnidirectional pickup pattern, the E6 Omni is the ideal choice for a wide variety of applications. 1 ISOMAX E6 OMNIDIRECTIONAL MICROPHONE
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3 Exercise care in connecting and disconnecting the microphone input connector. Always grasp the connectors near the outer ends of the rubber sleeves and pull the connectors straight apart. The connectors do not unscrew and normally rotate freely. Avoid grasping the connectors where the sleeves overlap, as this can weaken the moisture-resistant seal and
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course MUSB 3311 taught by Professor Ronalde.bowles during the Spring '08 term at Dallas Baptist.

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