Manual d'usuari Smart Technologies 340 Car Amplifier

Manual d'usuari pel dispositiu Smart Technologies 340 Car Amplifier

Manual d'usuari Smart Technologies 340 Car Amplifier

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SMART Audio™ 340Classroom amplification systemSystem administrator’s and user’s guide

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Product registrationIf you register your SMART product, we’ll notify you of new features and software upgrades.Register online at smarttech.com/registration.Keep the following information available in case you need to contact SMART Support.Serial number:Date of purchase:FCC warningThis equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to providereasonable protection against harmful interf

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Important informationWARNINGlFailure to follow the installation instructions shipped with your SMART product could result inpersonal injury and damage to the product which may not be covered by your warranty.lTo reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the SMART product to rain ormoisture.lEnsure that any cables extending across the floor to your SMART product are properlybundled and marked to avoid a trip hazard.lDo not open or disassemble the SMART product. You risk electrical

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IMPOR T A N T IN F OR MA T IONC A U TI ONlAvoid setting up and using the SMART product in an area with excessive levels of dust,humidity and smoke.lIf your SMART product requires replacement parts, use replacement parts specified bySMART Technologies or parts with the same characteristics as the original.lMake sure the electrical socket your SMART product is plugged in to remains easilyaccessible during use.lDo not drop the portable components of your SMART product. Dropping your microphonecan

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ContentsImportant informationChapter 1: Getting startedAbout your SMART Audio classroom amplification systemOverview of the SMART Audio systemPhysical componentsUsing SMART softwareChoosing audio inputsControlling audio inputsChapter 2: Using the control unitTurning on or turning off your SMART Audio systemConnecting auxiliary audio input devicesChapter 3: Using the microphoneIntroductionAssembling the microphoneCharging the microphoneTurning on and turning off the microphoneConnecting the mi

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C ON T EN T SSetting the response to a pageSetting microphone featuresChanging the audio input names and trimsOther system settingsChapter 6: Troubleshooting your SMART Audio systemResetting your systemUpdating the control unit firmwareTroubleshooting using the microphone status lightTroubleshooting why your voice doesn’t come through the speakersTroubleshooting issues with an auxiliary audio input deviceAppendix A: Hardware environmental complianceWaste Electrical and Electronic Equipment re

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Chapter 1Getting startedAbout your SMART Audio classroom amplification systemOverview of the SMART Audio systemPhysical componentsControl unitThe SMART Audio 340 system top viewSMART Audio system bottom viewRoom moduleWall-mounted speakersCeiling-mounted speakersMicrophoneMicrophone charging cradleOptional accessoriesUsing SMART softwareChoosing audio inputsSpeaking into your microphonePlaying audio files from your computerConnecting an audio input device to your microphoneConnecting an audi

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CHAPT ER 1Getting startedAbout your SMART Audio classroomamplification systemThe SMART Audio system amplifies teacher and student voices, reducing teacher vocal strain andensuring that everyone can clearly hear what is being said from anywhere in the room. The systemsinclude a wireless microphone that either the teacher or students can use, a control unit that providesa USB interface to the computer and a room module that combines an amplifier and an infraredsensor.Your SMART Audio system fea

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CHAPT ER 1Getting startedOverview of the SMART Audio systemThis cabling diagram shows the relationship between all of the components in the SMART Audiosystem. For more information on installing and cabling your SMART Audio system, see theSMART Audio 340 Classroom amplification system Installation guide (smarttech.com/kb/155320).3

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CHAPT ER 1Getting startedPhysical componentsYour SMART Audio system includes the following:lControl unit and its power supplylMicrophone, sleeve and lanyardlMicrophone charging cradle and its power supplylCeiling-mounted room module, infrared sensor and amplifierlEither four ceiling-mounted speakers or four wall-mounted speakersControl unitThe control unit is a wall-mounted panel that connects theSMART Audio system to your computer. For more information on usingthe control unit, see Using the

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CHAPT ER 1Getting startedCeiling-mounted speakersThe four 30 W ceiling-mounted speakers receive both power and audioinput through speaker wire from the room module.MicrophoneYour SMART Audio system transmits an infrared signal by line of sightup to 15' (4.6 m) to a receiver in the room module or an expansionsensor. The microphone has power, volume and mute buttons.You can connect external wired microphones to the 3.5 mm jack on theside of the microphone.You can wear it on your belt, hold it in

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CHAPT ER 1Getting startedUsing SMART softwareYour SMART Audio system operates without additional software. However, the following softwarecould extend your usage of the SMART Audio system.lSMART Audio software enables you to control your SMART Audio system. You can use italone or integrated with SMART Notebook software.lSMART Audio configuration software enables a system administrator to customize theSMART Audio system settings.lSMART Notebook software enables you to access commonly used

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CHAPT ER 1Getting startedConnecting an audio input device to your interactive whiteboardYou can connect an audio input device, such as a CD player, DVD/Blu-ray player or VCR, to yourinteractive whiteboard’s External Control Panel (ECP) or Appliance Control Panel (ACP). The audiothen broadcasts from the speakers.Connecting your paging system to the room moduleYou can connect your existing paging system to the room module. A page then broadcasts from thespeakers. You can configure the system to

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Chapter 2Using the control unitTurning on or turning off your SMART Audio systemConnecting auxiliary audio input devices910The control unit has the following roles in your SMART Audio system:lProvides power to the room module and the speakers through the Cat 5e cable to the roommodulelConnects to your computer for audio adjustments using the SMART Audio softwareTurning on or turning off your SMART AudiosystemYour control unit features a Power button that you can use to turn on and turn off y

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CHAPT ER 2Using the control unitConnecting auxiliary audio input devicesYou can connect auxiliary audio input devices to the control unit, such as a CD player, DVD/Blu-rayplayer, VCR or other media device, and then transmit audio from these devices as an alternative tospeaking into your microphone.When your SMART Audio system is turned on, you can control the volume and mute features usingthe auxiliary input controls, as well as using SMART Audio software, or the microphone.g To connect an aux

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Chapter 3Using the microphoneIntroductionAssembling the microphoneInstalling or replacing the microphone batteryUsing the microphone’s protective sleeveConnecting the lanyard to the microphoneCharging the microphoneTurning on and turning off the microphoneConnecting the microphone to the room moduleSpeaking into the microphoneAdjusting microphone volumeConnecting an auxiliary microphoneConnecting an auxiliary audio input deviceControlling an auxiliary audio input device from your microphoneUsi

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CHAPT ER 3Using the microphoneIntroductionYour microphone uses a line of sight infrared signal to transmit your voice to the room module or anexpansion sensor. The maximum distance for this is 15' (4.6 m).You can recharge the microphone’s batteries using the included charging cradle.Assembling the microphoneYour microphone has a battery, a protective sleeve and a lanyard.g To start using your microphone:1. Install the battery in the microphone (see Installing or replacing the microphone batter

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CHAPT ER 3Using the microphoneYou can add an auxiliary microphone such as a headset, and you can connect an external audiosource, such as a handheld audio player, to your microphone. You can also use a second microphoneto pass around the class.Installing or replacing the microphone batteryThe microphone uses a replaceable, rechargeable 3.7V lithium ion battery.g To place or replace a battery in the microphone1. Remove the back panel of the microphone.2. Remove the old battery, if required.3. Rem

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CHAPT ER 3Using the microphoneCharging the microphoneYou can charge the microphone in the microphone charging cradle or by connecting the includedAC power adapter's plug directly to the bottom of the microphone. It takes approximately one hour tocharge the microphone.A full charge provides approximately seven hours of use depending on how frequently you use themicrophone, the battery's age and the room temperature.WARNINGlDo not charge the battery with any power adapter other than the one suppl

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