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CONCEPTSYSTEM EXAMPLESCONNECTIONSPRODUCTSBLOCK DIAGRAMS
CONCEPT SYSTEM EXAMPLES CONNECTIONS PRODUCTS BLOCK DIAGRAMS
Connectable PA Systems
Refer to the following table to determine the number of Remote Microphones that can be connected to the PA systems.
PA System Name Number of devices that can be connected
Name Type Remote Microphone (WR-210AE) Extension Unit (WU-RM205E)
Mixing Power Amplifier WA-MA120N 4 4*
WA-MA240N 4 4*
*A maximum of 4 Remote Microphones can be connected to each WR-210AE.
Cable Lengths 200 m or less 500 m or less
Shielded cable 0.5 mm
(AWG20) to 1.25 mm
Control cable ø0.8 mm (AWG20) to ø1.2 mm (AWG16)
ø1.2 mm (AWG16)
• If cables other than those shown above are used, use a cable with 1-wire line
resistance that is not in excess of 7 Ω.
• If you plan to move the Remote Microphone while using it, use a stranded
conductor cable to extend it.
Depending on the PA system being used, the shielded cable connected to the LINE OUT terminal should be either shielded
mono cable or shielded pair cable.
PA System Name Cable Type
Mixing Power Amplifier Shielded pair cable
LINE INPUT Terminal and REC OUT Terminal Connection
Connect the pin plug's signal wire and GND wires to the ø6.3 monaural plug's tip contact and sleeve contact respectively.
When a ø6.3 stereo plug is used, the connection method is shown below.
Mixing Power Amplifier (WA-MA120N/240N) Connection
Move the -22 dBV(RM)/-65 dBV switch on the Mixing Power Amplifier to the -22 dBV(RM) side.
PRIORITY LINE OUT
Note 1: Connect to play the Mixing Power Amplifier’s call sign from the CALL SIGN button on the Remote Microphone.
Note 2: To perform 2-channel announcement from the Remote Microphone, connect the CALL terminal to any one of the C4 to C10 terminals
of the Remote Microphone. The numbered switch (4-10) on the Remote Microphone that corresponds to the terminal number you
connect to can be used to switch to zone 1 interrupt during 2-channel announcement.
*1: Connect to a C terminal to make 2-channel announcements from the Remote Microphone. The number to which the connection was made is
the number of the switch for the 2-channel announcements.