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CONCEPTSYSTEM EXAMPLESCONNECTIONSPRODUCTSBLOCK DIAGRAMS
CONCEPT SYSTEM EXAMPLES CONNECTIONS PRODUCTS BLOCK DIAGRAMS
PA System Name Number of Possible Connections
Name Type Remote Microphone (WR-201E)
Mixing Power Amplifier WA-MA120N 2
Connectable PA Systems
Refer to the following table to determine the number of Remote Microphones that can be connected to the PA systems.
Bind the cables as shown in the figure below.
The insulation at the end of a cable being
connected should be stripped to 11 mm
(standard strip length).
Cable Lengths 200 m or less 500 m or less
Shielded cable 0.5 mm
(AWG20) to 1.25 mm
Control cable ø
0.8 mm (AWG20) to
1.2 mm (AWG16)
ø1.2 mm (AWG16)
PA System Name Cable Type
Mixing Power Amplifier Shielded pair cable
• Use cables that have a line resistance of 7 Ω or less if one
of the cables listed above is not available.
• Use a multicore cable if you intend to move the Remote
Microphone freely around on the table while using it.
Use an adequate shielded cable (either a one wire or two-wire type according to the
PA system being used) for connecting to the LINE OUT terminal.
Mixing Power Amplifier (WA-MA120N/240N) Connection-1
Select -22 dBV (RM) with the switch 1 on the back of the Mixing Power Amplifier.
Volume should be adjusted to the desired level using the Volume control [RM] knob 2 on the back of Mixing Power Amplifier
Making connections for all-zone announcements
Note 1: Connect to play the Mixing Power Amplifier's call sign from the CALL SIGN button on the Remote Microphone.
Note 2: When using more than one Mixing Power Amplifiers, refer to the instructions on Connection between Mixing Power
Amplifiers. (See page 43.)
• Set the call sign volume-control on the bottom of the Remote Microphone to its lowest setting to use the Mixing Power Amplifier's
built-in call sign.