Sony MDR-RF811RK

Instrukcja obsługi Sony MDR-RF811RK

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    How to use
    Charge the headphones.
    Insert the supplied rechargeable battery into the left housing of
    the headphones.
    Observe the correct polarity when installing battery.
    Connect the A/V component using its headphone jack.
    Set the volume of the A/V component as high as possible, but not so high that the audio signal becomes
    distorted.
    Headphone
    jack (Stereo
    mini jack)
    TV, Digital music player, etc.
    Turn on the A/V component.Wear the headphones.
    Before listening
    To reduce the risk of hearing damage, first
    lower the volume.
    Tactile dot
    Checking the included items
    Transmitter TMR-RF810R (1) Headphones MDR-RF811R (1) AC adaptor (1) Rechargeable nickel-metal
    hydride battery BP-HP550-11 (1)
    Card warranty (1)
    Operating Instructions (this manual) (1)
    Adjust the volume.
    Tactile dot
    If you cannot receive a clear audio signal
    First change the radio frequency with the CHANNEL selector switch
    on the transmitter, then change the radio frequency to that of the
    transmitter with the channel switch on the headphones.
    English Wireless Stereo Headphone System
    WARNING
    To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
    expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
    To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose
    this apparatus to dripping or splashing, and do not place
    objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus.
    Do not expose the batteries (battery pack or batteries
    installed) to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the
    like for a long time.
    Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a
    bookcase or built-in cabinet.
    As the main plug of AC adaptor is used to disconnect the
    AC adaptor from the mains, connect it to an easily
    accessible AC outlet. Should you notice an abnormality in
    it,disconnect it from the AC outlet immediately.
    Excessive sound pressure from earphones and
    headphones can cause hearing loss.
    The nameplate of transmitter is located on the bottom
    exterior.
    The validity of the CE marking is restricted to only those
    countries where it is legally enforced, mainly in the
    countries EEA (European Economic Area).
    Hereby, Sony Corp., declares that this equipment is in
    compliance with the essential requirements and other
    relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
    For details, please access the following URL :
    http://www.compliance.sony.de/
    Disposal of waste batteries and
    electrical and electronic equipment
    (applicable in the European Union and
    other European countries with separate
    collection systems)
    This symbol on the product, the battery or
    on the packaging indicates that the product and the
    battery shall not be treated as household waste. On
    certain batteries this symbol might be used in
    combination with a chemical symbol. The chemical
    symbols for mercury (Hg) or lead (Pb) are added if the
    battery contains more than 0.0005% mercury or 0.004%
    lead. By ensuring these products and batteries are
    disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potentially
    negative consequences for the environment and human
    health which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate
    waste handling. The recycling of the materials will help to
    conserve natural resources.
    In case of products that for safety, performance or data
    integrity reasons require a permanent connection with an
    incorporated battery, this battery should be replaced by
    qualified service staff only. To ensure that the battery and
    the electrical and electronic equipment will be treated
    properly, hand over these products at end-of-life to the
    applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical
    and electronic equipment. For all other batteries, please
    view the section on how to remove the battery from the
    product safely. Hand the battery over to the applicable
    collection point for the recycling of waste batteries. For
    more detailed information about recycling of this product
    or battery, please contact your local Civic Office, your
    household waste disposal service or the shop where you
    purchased the product or battery.
    Notice for customers: the following information is only
    applicable to equipment sold in countries applying EU
    directives
    This product has been manufactured by or on behalf of
    Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-0075
    Japan. Inquiries related to product compliance based on
    European Union legislation shall be addressed to the
    authorized representative, Sony Deutschland GmbH,
    Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany. For any
    service or guarantee matters, please refer to the
    addresses provided in the separate service or guarantee
    documents.
    Features
    Thank you for purchasing the Sony MDR-RF811RK Wireless
    Stereo Headphone System. Before operating the unit,
    please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future
    reference.
    Some features are:
    Wireless system that allows you to listen to a
    programme free from the restriction of a cord.
    High fidelity sound reproduction.
    13 hours of continuous use with supplied rechargeable
    battery.
    Easy connection with TV and HiFi Audio system
    equipment.
    Up to 100 metres reception range.
    Volume control function on the headphones.
    (Red) (Off)
    Complete when indicator
    turns off.
    After use
    Take off the headphones, then turn off the power.
    About sending RF signals
    The transmitter starts sending RF signals automatically
    when it detects an audio signal from the connected
    component.
    Notes
    If hiss is heard, move closer to the transmitter.
    You may hear some noise when you disconnect the
    AC adaptor from the transmitter before turn off the
    headphones.
    If no signal or low signal is input
    for about 4 minutes
    If the transmitter does not detect an audio signal for
    more than about 4 minutes, it will stop sending RF
    signals, and the POWER indicator will blink for 1 minute,
    and then turn off.
    When the transmitter receives an audio signal again, it
    starts sending the RF signals, and the POWER indicator
    will light up green again.
    You may not hear the beginning of the sound from the
    headphones until the transmitter starts sending the RF
    signals after detecting an audio signal.
    RF signal transmission may stop when an extremely low
    sound is input for about 4 minutes. If this happens,
    raise the volume of the connected A/V component
    within the range where the sound is not distorted, and
    lower the volume of the headphones.
    Tips for charging
    Charge the headphones first
    The supplied rechargeable nickel-metal hydride battery is
    not charged from the first time you use them. Charge
    them before use.
    If the transmitter’s POWER indicator
    does not light up red
    Check if the switch on the left housing of the headphones
    is set to OFF. If the switch is set to ON, the POWER
    indicator does not light up.
    You cannot charge any rechargeable battery or dry battery
    other than the supplied battery.
    Charging and usage time
    Approx. charging time Approx. usage time
    1)
    1 hour
    16 hours
    2)
    45 minutes
    3)
    13 hours
    3)
    1) at 1 kHz, 1 mW + 1 mW output
    2) hours required to fully charge an empty battery
    3) Time may vary, depending on the temperature or
    conditions of use.
    To recharge supplied battery after
    use
    Connect the headphones to the CHARGE plug of the
    transmitter after use. The POWER indicator lights up red,
    then charging starts.
    When charging is complete, there is no need to remove
    the headphones from the transmitter.
    Remaining battery
    To check the remaining battery charge of the headphones,
    turn on the switch located on the left housing of the
    headphone, and check the POWER indicator located on
    the left housing. The battery is still serviceable when the
    indicator lights up red.
    Charge the headphones if the POWER indicator light dims,
    flashes, or the sound becomes distorted or noisy.
    Notes
    Do not connect the CHARGE plug to anything other
    than these headphones.
    The transmitter automatically stops sending RF signals
    while charging the battery.
    This system is designed to charge only the supplied
    rechargeable battery type BP-HP550-11 for safety. Note
    that other types of rechargeable battery cannot be
    charged with this system.
    If dry batteries are installed, they cannot be charged.
    Do not attempt to use the supplied BP-HP550-11
    rechargeable battery for other components. They are
    for use with this system only.
    Charge in an environmental temperature of between
    0°C and 40 °C.
    Tips for volume setting
    When watching videos, be careful not to raise the volume
    too high in quiet scenes. You may hurt your ears when a
    loud scene is played.
    To set the input level
    If the volume is high using the analogue input, set the ATT
    (attenuator) switch to “–6 dB.
    Setting Connected components
    0 dB TV, portable components and other
    components with a low output level (initial
    settings)
    -6 dB Other components
    Notes
    Be sure to lower the volume before setting the ATT
    switch.
    If audio input is distorted (sometimes, noise can be
    heard at the same time), set the ATT switch to “–6 dB.
    Using the headphones
    with separately-sold dry
    batteries
    Commercially available (LR03 (size AAA)) dry batteries can
    also be used to power the headphones. Install two
    batteries in the same manner as described in step 1 of
    “How to use.
    When dry batteries are installed, the battery charge
    function is not activated.
    Battery life
    Battery Approx. usage time
    1)
    Sony alkaline battery LR03
    (size AAA)
    28 hours
    2)
    1) at 1 kHz, 1 mW + 1 mW output
    2) Time may vary, depending on the temperature or
    conditions of use.
    Tips for better reception
    Receiving performance
    This system utilizes very high frequency signals in the 800
    MHz band so the receiving performance may deteriorate
    due to the surroundings. The following examples illustrate
    conditions that may reduce the reception range or cause
    interference.
    Inside a building with walls containing steel beams.
    An area with many steel file cabinets, etc.
    An area with many electrical appliances capable of
    generating electromagnetic fields.
    The transmitter is placed on a metal instrument.
    An area facing a roadway.
    Noise or interfering signals exist in the surroundings
    due to radio transceivers in trucks, etc.
    Noise or interfering signals exist in the surroundings
    owing to wireless communication systems installed
    along roadways.
    Effective area of the transmitter
    The optimum distance is up to approximately 100 m
    without the system picking up some interference.
    However, the distance may vary depending on the
    surroundings and environment.
    If the system picks up some noise within the above
    mentioned distance, reduce the distance between the
    transmitter and the headphones, or select another
    channel.
    When you use the headphones inside the effective area
    of the transmitter, the transmitter can be placed in any
    direction from the listener.
    Even within the signal reception area, there are some
    spots (dead spots) where the RF signal cannot be
    received. This characteristic is inherent to RF signals,
    and does not indicate malfunction. By slightly moving
    the transmitter, location of the dead spot can be
    changed.
    Replacing the earpads
    The earpads are replaceable. If the earpads become dirty
    or worn out, replace them as illustrated below. The
    earpads are not commercially available. You can order
    replacements from the store where you purchased this
    system, or at your nearest Sony dealer.
    1 Remove the old earpad by pulling it out of the groove
    on the housing.
    2 Place the new earpad on the driver unit.
    Hang the edge of the earpad on one side of the driver
    unit’s groove edge, then turn the edge of earpad
    around the driver unit as illustrated below.
    When the earpad is securely inserted into the groove,
    adjust the earpad to the vertical position.
    Troubleshooting
    If you run into any problems using this system, use the
    following checklist. Should any problem persist, consult
    your nearest Sony dealer.
    No sound/Low sound
    Turn on the headphones.
    Check the connection of the transmitter and A/V
    component, AC adaptor, and AC outlet.
    Check that the A/V component is turned on.
    If you connect the transmitter to the headphone jack of
    an A/V component, raise the volume level on the
    connected A/V component within the range where the
    sound is not distorted.
    Change the radio frequency with the CHANNEL selector
    on the transmitter, then change the radio frequency to
    that of the transmitter with the channel switch on the
    headphones.
    Charge the supplied rechargeable battery, or replace
    dry batteries with new ones. If the POWER indicator is
    still off after charging, take the headphones to a Sony
    dealer.
    Distorted or intermittent sound
    (sometimes with noise)
    Use the headphones near the transmitter, or change
    the position of the transmitter.
    If you connect the transmitter to an A/V component
    using the headphone jack, lower the volume level on
    the connected A/V component within the range where
    the sound is not distorted.
    Change the radio frequency with the CHANNEL selector
    on the transmitter, then change the radio frequency to
    that of the transmitter with the channel switch on the
    headphones.
    Charge the supplied rechargeable battery, or replace
    dry batteries with new ones. If the POWER indicator is
    still off after charging, take the headphones to a Sony
    dealer.
    Loud background noise
    If you connect the transmitter to the headphone jack of
    an A/V component, raise the volume level on the
    connected A/V component within the range where the
    sound is not distorted.
    Charge the supplied rechargeable battery, or replace
    dry batteries with new ones. If the POWER indicator is
    still off after charging, take the headphones to a Sony
    dealer.
    Use the headphones near the transmitter.
    The sound cuts off
    The transmitter turns off if no signal or low signal is
    input for 4 minutes. If you connect the transmitter to an
    A/V component using the headphone jack, raise the
    volume level on the connected A/V component within
    the range where the sound is not distorted.
    Battery cannot be charged/
    POWER indicator does not light up
    red
    Install the supplied rechargeable nickel-metal hydride
    battery. Dry batteries and rechargeable batteries other
    than the supplied cannot be charged.
    Check if the switch on the left housing of the
    headphones is set to OFF. If the switch is set to ON, the
    POWER indicator does not light up.
    Precautions
    Notes on the AC adaptor
    Insert the AC adaptor plug firmly.
    Be sure to use the supplied AC adaptor. Using AC
    adaptors with different plug polarity or other
    characteristics can cause product failure.
    Unified
    polarity plug
    Be sure to always use the supplied AC adaptor. Even AC
    adaptors having the same voltage and plug polarity can
    damage this product due to the current capacity or
    other factors.
    On power sources and placement
    When this system is not to be used for a long period of
    time, disconnect the AC adaptor from the AC outlet
    holding the plug, and remove the battery from the
    headphones to avoid damage caused by battery
    leakage and subsequent corrosion.
    Do not leave this system in a location subject to direct
    sunlight, heat or moisture.
    Avoid exposure to temperature extremes, direct
    sunlight, moisture, sand, dust or mechanical shock.
    Specifications
    General
    Carrier frequency
    863.52 MHz, 864.52 MHz
    Channel Ch1, Ch2
    Modulation FM stereo
    Frequency response
    20Hz – 20,000Hz
    Transmitter (TMR-RF810R)
    Power source DC 12 V: supplied AC adaptor
    Audio input Stereo mini plug
    Dimensions Approx. 108mm × 128mm × 108mm
    (w/h/d)
    Mass Approx. 137 g
    Rated power consumption
    3 W
    Headphones (MDR-RF811R)
    Power source Supplied rechargeable nickel-metal
    hydride battery BP-HP550-11 or
    commercially available (size AAA)
    dry-cell batteries
    Mass Approx. 270 g (including the supplied
    rechargeable nickel-metal hydride
    battery)
    Rated power consumption
    2 W
    Design and specifications are subject to change without
    notice.
    To AC outlet
    Connect the AC
    adaptor.
    Insert the plug firmly.
    Press and turn the lid counterclockwise.
    Match the terminals on
    the battery to the marks
    in the comportment.
    Press and turn the lid clockwise.
    Wireless Stereo
    Headphone System
    Operating Instructions
    4-529-909-11(1)
    MDR-RF811RK
    ©2014 Sony Corporation Printed in China

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Specs

Marka Sony
Model MDR-RF811RK
Produkt Słuchawka
EAN 4905524950304, 4905524950311
Język Angielski, Francuski
Typ pliku PDF
- Okolicz fonetyczny
- Opaska na głowę
- 20 - 20000
- 40
- Neodymium
- zamknięty
- Bezprzewodowy
- 100
- 13
-
- Czarny
- 1
-
- 16
- Niklowo-metalowo-wodorkowa (NiMH)
- BP-HP550-11
-
- Obrotowy
- 3, 5 mm
- Prąd przemienny
- 0 - 40
- 108 x 108 x 128
- 137
- 270
- 40 - 60
- FM
- Słuchawki
Bateria
Czas pracy na zasilaniu akumulatorowym 13godz.
Czas ładowania 16godz.
Technologia baterii Niklowo-metalowo-wodorkowa (NiMH)
Rodzaj baterii BP-HP550-11
Akumulatorek
Źródło ładowania Prąd przemienny
Słuchawki
Średnica głośnika 40mm
Rodzaj magnesu Neodymium
System akustyczny zamknięty
Rozdzielczość słuchawek 20 - 20000Hz
Złączka rurowa Okolicz fonetyczny
Pozostałe funkcje
Modulacja FM
Waga odbiornika 137g
Wymiary odbiornika (S x G x W) 108 x 108 x 128mm
Interfejs odbiornika bezprzewodowego 3, 5 mm
Wskazywanie
Wskaźnik ładowania baterii
Zawartość opakowania
Zasilacz sieciowy
Ilość 1
Warunki pracy
Zakres wilgotności względnej 40 - 60%
Zakres temperatur (eksploatacja) 0 - 40°C
Porty i interfejsy
Zasięg bezprzewdowego router'a 100m
Technologia łączności Bezprzewodowy
Waga i rozmiary
Waga produktu 270g
Wydajność
Kolor produktu Czarny
Regulacja głośności Obrotowy
Styl noszenia Opaska na głowę
Typ produktu Słuchawki

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