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Sennheiser Digital 6000 B 60 Instruction Manual PDF

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Digital 6000 combines the benefits of modern audio technology with an in- telligent operating concept... The frequency range can be scanned directly with the receiver, which then distributes free frequencies within the net- work... The equipment can also be monitored and configured via Wireless System Manager (WSM) software... The high-quality OLED display provides an overview with a multitude of operating data... Intelligent home screens lead you directly to important contextual information with no need for time- consuming navigation... In addition to the popular RF graphs, the link quality display (LQI) allows a real-time evaluation of the wireless link quality... That allows you to identify and eliminate risks immediately...

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A variety of frequency variants are available for the SKM 6000, SK 6000 and SK 6212 transmitters... You can find more information un- der Product variants...

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The digital 2-channel receiver works with a switching bandwidth of 244 MHz (470 to 714 MHz), which is covered by three transmitter versions... For larger 4-channel systems, you can cascade up to EM 6000s without us- ing additional antenna splitters and you then require only one pair of anten- nas...

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1 SKM 6000 handheld transmitter 1 MZQ 9000 microphone clamp 1 quick guide 1 manual with safety instructions 1 manual with technical data and manufacturer declarations

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Installation: Installing the SK 6000 Operation: Using the SK 6000 Frequency variants: SK 6000 product variants Specifications: SK 6000

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1 SK 6000 bodypack transmitter 1 antenna 1 belt clip 1 quick guide 1 manual with safety instructions 1 manual with technical data and manufacturer declarations

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Installation: Installing the SK 6212 Operation: Using the SK 6212 Frequency variants: SKM 6000 product variants Specifications: SK 6212

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1 SK 6212 bodypack transmitter 1 antenna 1 belt clip 1 quick guide 1 supplement sheet with safety instructions 1 supplement sheet with specifications and manufacturer declarations

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The L 6000 charger is used to charge the BA 60, BA 61 and BA 62 re- chargeable batteries... The charging modules LM 6060 (for the BA 60), LM 6061 (for the BA 61) or LM 6062 (for the BA 62) are required to do so... The rechargeable batteries and charging modules are available separately...

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View with the LM 6060 charging modules without rechargeable batter- ies inserted:

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The LM 6060 charging module is installed in the L 6000 charger to charge the BA 60 rechargeable battery...

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The LM 6062 charging module is installed in the L 6000 charger to charge the BA 62 rechargeable battery...

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With the B 60 battery compartment (for the SKM 6000 handheld transmit- ter) and B 61 battery compartment (for the SK 6000 bodypack transmitter) that are also available as accessories, you can use AA batteries and re- chargeable AA batteries... However, the battery life of the transmitters is shorter than the BA 60 and BA 61 rechargeable battery life and depends heavily on the quality, capacitance and age of the batteries or rechargeable batteries used...

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The BA 60 rechargeable battery is intended to operate the SKM 6000 handheld transmitter...

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The BA 62 rechargeable battery is intended to operate the SK 6212 bodypack transmitter...

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The B 60 battery compartment is intended to operate the SKM 6000 hand- held transmitter...

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You can find more information about the L 60 charger in the Digital 9000 series instruction manual in the Sennheiser Documenta- tion app, or on the L 60 charger product page at the following ad-

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Digital 9000 series handheld transmitter and bodypack transmitter The Sennheiser Digital 9000 series SK 9000 bodypack transmitter and SKM 9000 handheld transmitter are compatible with the Digital 6000 se- ries if operated in LR mode...

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SKM 9000 NI COM B1-B4 JP, nickel 630 to 714 MHz 506126

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KA 9000 COM command adapter Command adapter for the SK 6000 bodypack transmitter... You can use the KA 9000 COM command adapter to switch the audio channel on the EM 6000 receiver via remote control (for example, to provide directional in- structions)...

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You can find more information about the individual microphone modules on their respective product pages at www... sennheiser... com or www... neu- mann... com...

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Sennheiser CI R-4A-NRS 6... 3 mm (1/4") jack plug (silent plug) to 3-pin audio connector (Sennhe- iser special connector), article no... 390027

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GZL 1019, BNC/BNC coaxial cable, antenna cable with 50 character- istic (wave) impedance GZL 1019-A1 variant, 1 m (3 ft), article no... 002324 GZL 1019-A5 variant, 5 m (16 ft), article no... 002325 GZL 1019-A10 variant, 10 m (32 ft), article no... 002326

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Antenna A1-A4, flexible antenna for SK 6212, article no... 508572 Antenna A4-A8, flexible antenna for SK 6212, article no... 508573 Antenna B1-B4, flexible antenna for SK 6212, article no... 508574 Antenna A1-A4, stiff antenna for SK 6212, article no... 508888 Antenna A4-A8, stiff antenna for SK 6212, article no... 508889 Antenna B1-B4, stiff antenna for SK 6212, article no... 508890

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Installing Digital 6000 series devices You can find information about installing and connecting Digital 6000 se- ries devices in the following sections...

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L 6000 charger and LM 6060, LM 6061, LM 6062 charging modules >> Installing the L 6000 | LM 6060 | LM 6061 | LM 6062

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Installing the EM 6000 These sections contain detailed information about installing the EM 6000...

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3 Ethernet socket for controlling the device via the network and Sennhe- iser WSM

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Once the EM 6000 is connected to the power supply, the On/Off but- ton lights up dimmed... If the booster voltage for antennas is activated in the menu (see System -> Booster Feed menu item), it is active al-

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For more information about controlling devices via the Sennheiser Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) software, refer to the instruction manual for the software... You can download the software here:

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Outputting analog audio signals Each of the two channels CH 1 and CH 2 on the EM 6000 have both a sym- metrical XLR-3M output socket and a symmetrical 6... 3 mm (1/4") jack out- put socket...

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The Digital Audio AES 3 output socket is designed as an XLR-3M socket... Use an XLR cable with a resistance of 110 ohm... Conventional XLR audio cables may not transfer the digital audio signal correctly...

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Outputting audio via a Dante network (EM 6000 DANTE only) The EM 6000 DANTE has a Dante interface (Audinate Brooklyn II) for out- putting digital audio signals via a Dante network...

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The word clock output transmits only the external word clock that is con- nected via the word clock input... The internal word clock is not output via the word clock output...

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To cascade the word clock: Connect the Wordclock In input of the next EM 6000 to the Wordclock

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transmitters and the antennas... Refer to the more detailed information under Remote antennas... Activate the booster feed in the EM 6000 menu if you are using active

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For larger 4-channel systems, you can cascade up to 8 receivers without using additional antenna splitters and you then require only one pair of an- tennas...

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Connecting rod antennas We recommend using remote antennas... You can also find useful informa- tion about using antennas under Recommendations for using antennas...

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Support the EM 6000 after installation in the rack... Due to the weight and depth of the device, there is a risk that it may break off in the rack and become damaged as a result...

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We recommend using the BA 60 rechargeable battery instead of the B 60 battery compartment... You can find more information about this subject under Rechargeable batteries and battery compartments...

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BA 60 rechargeable battery charging and data contacts B 60 battery compartment contacts Do not touch the BA 60 rechargeable battery contacts or the B 60 bat-

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We recommend using the BA 60 rechargeable battery instead of the B 60 battery compartment... You can find more information about this subject under Rechargeable batteries and battery compartments...

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BA 60 rechargeable battery charging and data contacts B 60 battery compartment contacts Do not touch the BA 60 rechargeable battery contacts or the B 60 bat-

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Replacing the microphone module We recommend using the following microphone modules with the SKM 6000 handheld transmitter...

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With some microphone modules, the upper part of the microphone basket can be screwed off... Ensure that you always completely un- screw the microphone module...

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Installing the SK 6000 These sections contain detailed information about installing the SK 6000...

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We recommend using the BA 61 rechargeable battery instead of the B 61 battery compartment... You can find more information about this subject under Rechargeable batteries and battery compartments...

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Supply voltage contacts and bodypack transmitter contacts BA 61 rechargeable battery charging and data contacts B 61 battery compartment contacts Do not touch the BA 61 rechargeable battery contacts or the B 61 bat-

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We recommend using the BA 61 rechargeable battery instead of the B 61 battery compartment... You can find more information about this subject under Rechargeable batteries and battery compartments...

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To insert the B 61 battery compartment into the SK 6000 bodypack trans- mitter: Insert the B 61 battery compartment into the SK 6000 bodypack trans-

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Supply voltage contacts and bodypack transmitter contacts BA 61 rechargeable battery charging and data contacts B 61 battery compartment contacts Do not touch the BA 61 rechargeable battery contacts or the B 61 bat-

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The antenna can be connected to the antenna socket very gently in only one direction... Do not use force to connect the antenna to the bodypack transmitter antenna socket...

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Connecting a microphone to the SK 6000 We recommend using the following Lavalier microphones and headset mi- crophones with the SK 6000 and SK 6212 bodypack transmitters...

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For more information about using the particular microphone, see the corresponding instruction manual for the microphone... You can find this instruction manual in the download section of the Sennheiser

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Connecting an instrument or line source to the SK 6000 You can connect instruments or audio sources with a line level to the SK 6000 bodypack transmitter...

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Connecting the KA 9000 COM command adapter to the SK 6000 You can use the KA 9000 COM command adapter to switch the audio chan- nel on the EM 6000 receiver via remote control (for example, to provide di- rectional instructions)...

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For information about charging, see Charging rechargeable batteries... It is possible that new rechargeable batteries cannot be fully charged to 100 % in the first few charging cycles... The remaining operating time may still be unclear after the first few charging cycles... This will improve over time after more charging cycles because the rechargeable battery calibrates itself...

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Supply voltage contacts and bodypack transmitter contacts BA 62 rechargeable battery charging and data contacts Do not touch the contacts on the BA 62 rechargeable battery or the

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The antenna can be connected to the antenna socket very gently in only one direction... Do not use force to connect the antenna to the bodypack transmitter antenna socket...

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Rigid antennas are also available as accessories as an alternative to the flexible antennas... See Antennas and accessories...

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Connecting a microphone to the SK 6212 We recommend using the following Lavalier microphones and headset mi- crophones with the SK 6000 and SK 6212 bodypack transmitters...

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For more information about using the particular microphone, see the corresponding instruction manual for the microphone... You can find this instruction manual in the download section of the Sennheiser

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Connecting an instrument or line source to the SK 6212 You can connect instruments or audio sources with a line level to the SK 6212 bodypack transmitter...

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Connecting/disconnecting the L 6000 to/from the power supply system To connect the L 6000 to the power supply system: Connect the mains cable IEC connector to the power socket on the rear

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For more information about controlling devices via the Sennheiser Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) software, refer to the instruction manual for the software... You can download the software here:

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Installing the LM 6060, LM 6061 and LM 6062 charging modules in the L 6000 The following charging modules are available for the L 6000 charger:

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Fully slide the charging module into the open charging slot as shown in the figure... The charging module can be inserted into the L 6000 housing only in one direction... The Sennheiser lettering on the charging module must face upward...

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Support the L 6000 charger after installation in the rack... Due to the weight and depth of the device, there is a risk that it may break off in the rack and become damaged as a result...

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Using Digital 6000 series devices You can find information about using Digital 6000 series devices in the following sections...

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You can find information about installing the products under Install- ing Digital 6000 series devices...

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Using the EM 6000 These sections contain detailed information about operating the EM 6000...

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6 Headphone button for listening in the particular channel via the HEAD- PHONES socket (13) (separate for CH 1 and CH 2)

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Once the EM 6000 is connected to the power supply, the On/Off but- ton lights up dimmed... If the booster voltage for antennas is activated in the menu, it is active already before you switch on the EM 6000...

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In the displays, the home screens for both channels display the chan- nel-specific status information such as the reception quality, battery life, audio level, and so on... See Home screen...

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Buttons for navigating through the menu To navigate through the EM 6000 operating menu, you require the follow- ing buttons...

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Home screen After you switch on the receiver, the two displays initially show the Senn- heiser logo... After a short time, the home screen is then displayed...

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The first home screen that is displayed as the initial view after the device switches on contains the following status information...

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The LD icon is displayed when Link Density mode is activated... See System -> Transmis- sion Mode menu item...

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Shows whether the booster feed for active antennas is activated... See System -> Boost- er Feed menu item under System menu item...

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Alternatively, the low cut setting can also be configured in the receiver and synchronized with the transmitter... See Sync Settings menu item...

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Shows whether the IP address is assigned automatically or manually... See System -> Network menu item under System menu item...

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Muting the audio signal To mute the audio signal on a channel: On the home screen, turn the jog dial to the right until the following

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Setting options in the menu In the EM 6000 menu, you can configure the following settings...

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Setting transmission mode Configuring wordclock Configuring network settings Changing device names Configuring Dante settings (only EM 6000 DANTE) Activating the power supply for an external antenna amplifier Changing the brightness of the display panel Activating the auto-setup function Displaying information about software and hardware Updating the firmware for the transmitters Resetting settings See System menu item

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Menu structure The figure shows the complete EM 6000 menu structure in an overview...

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You can also select frequencies from the user-defined frequency banks U1 to U6... You can adjust these frequency banks in the Bank Edit menu item... See Bank Edit menu item...

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Turn the jog dial to set a different channel... Press the SAVE button to confirm the selection of the bank and chan-

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This name is the name of the radio link between the transmitter and receiver... In the network settings, you can enter the receiver name as it is displayed in a network: see System -> Device ID menu item un-

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Sync Settings menu item In the Sync Settings menu item, you can choose which settings for the transmitter you want to transfer from the receiver to the transmitter during the synchronization...

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If you do not want to transfer all of these values to the transmitter, you can also set the no sync value for each option... The option in question is then not included in the synchronization...

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The Set value shows the setting that you can select for the synchronization in this menu item... The Tx value shows the value that is currently set on the transmitter...

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Turn the jog dial to choose be- tween the Gain, Low Cut, Auto Lock, Display, and Cable op- tions...

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30 Hz to 120 Hz in increments of 30 Hz... no sync, so that this value is not synchronized

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The Cable function is a cable emulator that you can in 3 stages (Type 1, Type 2, and Type 3)... Cable emulation is switched off with the Line option...

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MIC: Use this option if a microphone is connected to the SK 6000... LINE: Use this option if a line level source is connected to the SK 6000

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If this option is activated, only the frequency is transmitted to the transmit- ter... No other options are transmitted, regardless of their settings...

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On the home screen, press the jog dial to open the operating menu... Turn the jog dial until the Encryption menu item appears in the selec-

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If you have activated encryption, you must first transfer this setting to the transmitter using the Sync function... See Synchronizing devices...

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Command Mode menu item If you are using a transmitter that has a Command button, you can config- ure the EM 6000 audio outputs to use the Command button on the trans- mitter...

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The Analog output signal is transmitted through the PA system for the au- dience... If the Command button on the transmitter is pressed, the signal on the PA system is muted... The signal is then activated on the Dante a chan- nel on the Dante network... The sound technician can then hear the signal for directional instruction...

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1... Activate the Auto Setup function in the System menu item for all of the EM 6000 devices in the network that you want to include in the auto- matic frequency setup... See System -> Auto Setup menu item under System menu item... If the function is not activated for an EM 6000, the automatic frequency setup cannot be performed for this EM 6000...

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On the home screen, press the jog dial to open the operating menu... Turn the jog dial until the Scan & Auto-Setup menu item appears in the

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You can adjust the value by turning the jog dial... Press the jog dial to move back and forth between the individual points of the frequencies...

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After you set the frequency range to be scanned, press the jog dial until the Start option in the top left of the selection is displayed with a white background...

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Turn the jog dial to scroll through the frequency banks and display the number of free frequencies available for each bank... The frequency bank that you select here is used for the automatic fre- quency setup in step 3...

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Press the SAVE button to save the setting... You can press the ESC button to cancel the function without saving...

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Press the jog dial to start the automatic frequency setup... The setup is performed for all receivers that are available in the net- work... Note that the Auto-Setup option in the System menu item must be activated for all of the receivers...

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ESC button for the channel in which you started the auto-setup function, the sync is canceled for all of the channels in the network... The EM 6000 on which you perform the auto-setup function is defined as the master device in the network... The other devices adopt the slave function...

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Walktest menu item Once you have set up and installed all of the receivers and transmitters for your event, we recommend performing a walk test... This lets you check whether sufficient reception strength is available throughout the entire area used...

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During the walk test, the Stop option in the top left of the display is high- lighted as the selection...

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On the home screen, press the jog dial to open the operating menu... Turn the jog dial until the AF Output menu item appears in the selection

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Test Tone menu item The EM 6000 provides an option for generating a test tone... You can use it, for example, to check the audio output of the device or level out channels on the mixing console...

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While the test tone is played back, the transmitter audio signal is muted...

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Bank Edit menu item In addition to the predefined frequency banks B1 to B6, you can assign fre- quencies to the user-defined frequency banks U1 to U6 yourself...

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Turn the jog dial to select the desired channel (from 00 to 99)... Press the jog dial to switch to the frequency selection...

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System menu item In the System menu item, you can configure all of the cross-system set- tings... The System menu item is located in the menu of the channel CH 1...

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In this menu item, you can configure the network settings for the Dante network... This menu item is available only with the product version EM 6000 DANTE...

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This menu item lets you perform a firmware update for the transmitters...

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The transmission mode is set in the menu for the receiver... The receiver and transmitter must then be synchronized (see Synchronizing devic- es), as it is not possible to set the transmission mode in the transmitter menu...

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To also set the selected transmission mode in the transmitters, they must now be synchronized with the receiver... It is not possible to set the trans- mission mode in the menu of the transmitter itself...

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External Dante: Choose this option if you use an external word clock that is connected via the Dante interface... This option is available only with the EM 6000 DANTE...

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IP Mode mDNS: If you use mDNS for device identification on the net- work, you can manually set the IP address, netmask, and gateway...

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Press the jog dial to switch between the individual network configura- tion items...

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To enter the desired device name: Turn the jog dial to select the desired character... Press the jog dial to go to the next position... Press the SAVE button to save the set name...

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System -> Dante Settings (only EM 6000 DANTE) menu item In this menu item, you can configure the network settings for the Dante network... This menu item is available only with the product version EM 6000 DANTE...

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Please note: Incorrect Dante network wiring (for example, Primary and Secondary on one switch) or switching over the Dante configu- ration without adapting the network cabling may cause the Dante

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Press the jog dial to switch between the individual network configura- tion items...

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This menu item shows the MAC address of the Dante interface, the net- work configuration status and the current version of the Dante firmware... You cannot configure any settings here...

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If the power supply for external antenna amplifiers is activated, it be- comes active immediately once the EM 6000 is connected to the power supply system, regardless of whether the EM 6000 is

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System -> Brightness menu item In this menu item, you can set the brightness of the display... The set bright- ness applies to both EM 6000 displays...

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System -> Auto Setup menu item In this menu item, you can activate the auto setup function for the EM 6000... If the function is activated here, an automatic frequency setup can be performed for this EM 6000... See Scan & Auto-Setup menu item...

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System -> Info menu item This menu item shows the MAC address of the EM 6000 and the current version of the firmware... You cannot configure any settings here...

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System -> TX Update menu item This menu item lets you perform a firmware update for the transmitters... This update is recommended after you perform a firmware update for the receiver (see Updating the firmware of the receiver)...

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Reset: All settings apart from the network settings and the user-de- fined frequency banks U1 to U6 are reset...

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Using the headphone output You can use the headphone output on the front of the EM 6000 (6... 3 mm jack) to listen to the audio signals of the two channels...

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For more information about controlling devices via the Sennheiser Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) software, refer to the instruction manual for the software... You can download the software at

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Use only the firmware provided by Sennheiser for the Dante interface (Audinate Brooklyn II), as this firmware is optimized for the Digital 6000... The firmware offered on Audinates website is not opti- mized for the Digital 6000 and can cause the product not to function properly...

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Status messages In certain situations, the EM 6000 display may show status messages and error messages... For messages relating to errors that can impair function, the red triangle to the right of the display for the particular channel also lights up...

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The synchronization of the receiving channel with the transmitter was un- successful... The infrared interface for the receiver may not have been able to establish a link to the infrared interface of the transmitter...

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Check the audio level of the transmitter and adjust it... See the Gain menu item under Operating the SKM 6000 menu or Operating the SK 6000 menu...

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1 ON/OFF (ESC) button Switch the transmitter on or off See Switching the SKM 6000 on and off Escape function in the menu See Operating the SKM 6000 menu

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To switch on the SKM 6000: Hold down the ON/OFF button until the Sennheiser logo appears on the

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For more information about rechargeable batteries and batteries, see Rechargeable batteries and battery compartments...

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The standard transmission mode of the transmitters in the Digital 6000 se- ries is Long Range mode (LR)... As a result, the transmitters in the Digital 6000 series are compatible with EM 9046 and EK 6042 if they are operated in Long Range mode...

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Alternatively, you can also adjust the home screen display in the receiver and synchronize it with the transmitter... See Sync Settings menu item...

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The lock-off function is now temporarily disabled... You can change settings as needed in the menu... The lock-off function is reactivated after 10 seconds of inactivity...

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Update the transmitter firmware via the TX Update function in the Sys- tem menu item on the receiver... See System -> TX Update menu item under System menu item...

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Using the SK 6000 These sections contain detailed information about operating the SK 6000...

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1 ON/OFF (ESC) button Switch the transmitter on or off See Switching the SK 6000 on and off Escape function in the menu See Operating the SK 6000 menu

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To switch on the SK 6000: Hold down the ON/OFF button until the Sennheiser logo appears on the

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For more information about rechargeable batteries and batteries, see Rechargeable batteries and battery compartments...

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The standard transmission mode of the transmitters in the Digital 6000 se- ries is Long Range mode (LR)... As a result, the transmitters in the Digital 6000 series are compatible with EM 9046 and EK 6042 if they are operated in Long Range mode...

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Alternatively, you can also configure the cable emulator in the receiver and synchronize it with the transmitter... See Sync Settings menu item...

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The lock-off function is now temporarily disabled... You can change settings as needed in the menu... The lock-off function is reactivated after 10 seconds of inactivity...

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AUTO: The SK 6000 automatically detects whether a mic signal or a line signal is being received... If it is a line signal, the Cable menu item for configuring the cable emulator is enabled (see above)...

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Operating the SK 6000 with the KA 9000 COM com- mand adapter You can use the KA 9000 COM command adapter to switch the audio chan- nel on the EM 6000 receiver via remote control...

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1 ON/OFF (ESC) button Switch the transmitter on or off See Switching the SK 6212 on and off Escape function in the menu See Operating the SK 6212 menu

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To switch the SK 6212 bodypack transmitter on while deactivating the RF signal: Press and hold the ON/OFF button until the LED above the ON/OFF

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Home screen After you switch on the transmitter, the display panel initially displays the Sennheiser logo... After a short time, the home screen is then displayed...

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The encryption can be set only on the receiver, not on the transmitter... See Encrypting the radio link...

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If required, Link Density mode (LD) can be activated in the menu of the EM 6000 (see System -> Transmission Mode menu item) in order to accom- modate even more channels in the available frequency spectrum...

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In this menu item, you can choose whether the default home screen on the transmitter display shows the set frequency or the name of the transmitter or radio link...

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In this menu item, you can activate a 1 kHz test tone that the transmitter transmits instead of the input signal... Use this function to level out the sys- tem and during the walk test...

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Update the transmitter firmware via the TX Update function in the Sys- tem menu item on the receiver... See System -> TX Update menu item...

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You can find general information about the L 6000 charger and its corresponding charging modules under Modular L 6000 charger and Charging modules for L 6000 charger...

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Always use the latest firmware for the L 6000 charger (version 2... 0 or later) to ensure you have access to the full range of functions... You can download the latest firmware from the following address:

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the figure until it audibly clicks into place... The rechargeable batteries can be inserted into the charging modules only in one direction... You can see the charge level of the rechargeable batteries from the LEDs on the charging modules (see Meaning of the LEDs on the L 6000 charger and LM 6060, LM 6061 and LM 6062 charging modules)...

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Meaning of the LEDs on the L 6000 charger and LM 6060, LM 6061 and LM 6062 charging modules You can read the following information from the LEDs on the L 6000 char- ger and the LM 6060, LM 6061 and LM 6062 charging modules:

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If you are operating the L 6000 charger in storage mode via WSM, the meaning of the status indicators changes... You can find more information under Preparing rechargeable batteries for storage (storage mode)...

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Preparing rechargeable batteries for storage (stor- age mode) If you are not using the rechargeable batteries for a longer period of time and therefore want to store them, the rechargeable batteries should have a charge of approx... 70%...

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Use a pointed object to press the Reset button on the front of the L 6000 charger... The settings are reset to the factory settings...

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For more information about controlling devices via the Sennheiser Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) software, refer to the instruction manual for the software... You can download the software at

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For more information about controlling devices via the Sennheiser Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) software, refer to the instruction manual for the software... You can download the software at

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On the one hand, the transmission quality depends on the field strength (RF indicator on the receiving channel display)... However, on the other hand, it also depends on external sources of interference that cannot be identified on the RF indicator (for example, they may be on the same fre- quency or a very close neighboring frequency or may not affect the RF strength)...

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There are initial transmission errors... In rare cases, there are initial audible audio artifacts... Error correction may be active in this case...

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Ensure that you align the transmitter so that its infrared interface next to the display is pointing at the infrared interface of the EM 6000...

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The EM 6000 can output digital audio signals (AES/EBU or Dante)... When doing so, correct clocking must be ensured by using a word clock... For in- formation about this subject, see Word clock scenarios for digital audio (AES3 and Dante)...

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The antennas are connected to the receiver using coaxial cables and mounted on a conventional microphone stand... They should be positioned so that at least one antenna always has a free line of sight to the transmit- ters... The distance between the antennas should be approx... 1 to 2 m (3... 3 to 6... 5 ft) to ensure a good diversity response from the receiver...

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Directional antennas amplify signals from a specific direction while the remaining signals are attenuated... If you want to receive only trans- mitters from a specific direction, for example, if the antennas are next to a stage, we recommend using this type of antenna because it can sig- nificantly improve the reception quality...

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3... You can set it up manually on all of the receiving channels in your pro- duction environment... Configure each receiving channel so that they have the same frequency spacing from each other (at least 400 kHz)... With this variant, you can also scan the environment in banks B1 to B6 (see Scan & Auto-Setup menu item) and manually transfer the free frequencies that are then displayed to your systems...

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This is achieved by reducing the transmission power and modulation band- width of the transmitter... This means that a much smaller frequency spac- ing between neighboring frequencies can be selected, and therefore more frequencies can be used in the same available spectrum without intermod- ulation...

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A clock generator is always required... For purely analog audio, the internal word clock has to be used for clocking because a digital clock generator is not available... If an external word clock is connected but no usable signal is detected, the EM 6000 automatically switches to the internal word clock...

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In the Wordclock menu in the EM 6000 System menu item, choose the option Internal 48 kHz or Internal 96 kHz (see System -> Wordclock menu item under System menu item)...

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Overview In the sections below, you can find information about the different variants of the products in the Digital 6000 series as well as specifications in rela- tion to the system and individual products...

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SKM 6000 product variants The following product variants of the SKM 6000 handheld transmitter are available:

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LM 6060, LM 6061 and LM 6062 product variants The following charging modules are available for the L 6000 charger:

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Specifications You can find the cross-system and product-specific technical data in the sections below...

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Analog audio outputs One XLR-3 and 6... 3 mm (1/4") jack per channel (transformed-bal- anced),

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Analog audio outputs One XLR-3 and 6... 3 mm (1/4") jack per channel (transformed-bal- anced),

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Audio amplification Can be set in 3 dB steps from 0 dB to +62 dB (for each capsule)

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Dimensions (H W D) 76 62 20 mm (3" x 2 7/16" x 3/ 4") (with BA 61 accupack)

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Lower frequency limit (-3 dB) Adjustable: 30 Hz, 60 Hz, 80 Hz, 100 Hz, 120 Hz

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Charging capacity Up to 8 accupacks (BA 60, BA 61 and BA 62) across 4 exchange- able charging modules (LM 6060, LM 6061 and LM 6062)

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Dimensions (H W L) 44 99 182 mm (1 3/4" x 3 7/8" x 7 3/16")

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foam insert... Dry the top sound inlet basket and foam insert... Reinsert the foam insert... Screw the sound inlet basket back onto the microphone module...

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cleaning... Clean the product with a dry cloth... In addition, use a brush to remove dust from the charging slots... Clean the charging contacts from time to time with a cotton swab, for

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