Noise_Solution - Setup Application 10 IEM Noise Solution...

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Setup Application 10 IEM Noise Solution Some wireless in-ear monitor systems can exhibit a problem with noise. This is in part due to the design of the RF input section. There is a simple solution. Sennheiser EW-300 IEM For the Sennheiser EW-300 IEM (the first generation of the product), follow the instructions below. Adding two capacitors to the cable connecting the outputs of your Aviom device to the inputs of the Sennheiser wireless transmitter will eliminate the noise. We have used the following: Radio Shack part number 272-1068 Polyester Film Capacitors Radio Shack part number 272-134 Ceramic Disc Capacitors These are 0.047uF, 50VDC capacitors. The EW-300 has a stereo input on its transmitter. Typically you will use a cable with a TRS plug on one side, connected to your Aviom A-16 Personal Mixer's stereo output, that splits to two separate mono cables. These mono cable feed the Left and Right audio inputs on the Sennheiser transmitter. This is the same type of cable used to connect an audio processor to a mixing board, sometimes called an "insert cable". To make the adapter cable you need to add a capacitor to each of the mono plugs used for the input signal. The
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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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