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  1. Digital Wireless Microphone System WS800 – Products Presentation 7/13/2014

  2. ClearOne WS800 Digital Wireless Microphone System Receiver (Base station) Connects with CONVERGE® Pro & INTERACT® Pro mixers Connects with microphones (transmitters) wirelessly Models: 8-channel (WS880) and 4-channel (WS840) Transmitter (Microphone) Supported microphones: Tabletop, hand-held, gooseneck & belt-pack Connects with base station receiver unit wirelessly One microphone is considered one channel Docking Station (charger) Charges all the 4 types of microphones Charges up to 8 microphones simultaneously

  3. Key Features and Benefits Professional audio quality Crystal-clear audio with wideband frequency Optimized to work with CONVERGE® Pro and INTERACT® Pro Wireless freedom RF technology with support for different frequency bands* Hassle-free installation and clean look by eliminating the clutter of wires No interference with other wireless electronic devices Scalability Daisy-chainable Receiver to scale up to 32 channels (microphones) for large rooms Flexibility Multiple types of microphones to cater different user needs and room environment needs Any type of microphones can work together with receiver * M915: 902 MHz to 928 MHz (More suitable for America region) M715: 710 MHz to 740 MHz (More suitable for Europe region) M610: 603 MHz to 630 MHz (More suitable for APAC region)

  4. Key Features and Benefits (continued) Security Highly secured with 256-bit encryption for wireless transmission This encryption conforms to the US Govt. AES (FIPS PUB 197) specification Ease of maintenance Microphone batteries: Rechargeable, field-replaceable, off-the-shelf batteries Redundant backup system Microphone charging through USB port also Remote monitoring and control Robust system with RS232, USB, GPIO, RJ45 ports for configuration, control, monitor & integration Simple-to-use Windows (XP, Vista, 7) software application Proactive email alert before battery needs to be recharged Seamless Support 1-call support for both pro audio mixers and wireless microphones

  5. 8-channel receiver, 4-channel receiver Daisy-chain to make 32 channels to use with a pair of antennas Flexible frequency range M915: 902 MHz to 928 MHz (More suitable for America region) M715: 710 MHz to 740 MHz (More suitable for Europe region) M610: 603 MHz to 630 MHz (More suitable for APAC region) Frequency range compatibility Both Receiver, transmitters and antennae should have the same frequency range Receiver , transmitters , antennas with different frequency range are not compatible Mini-phoenix terminal blocks to connect with CONVERGE® Pro & INTERACT® Pro units RS232, GPIO, USB, RJ45 ports 1-1 redundancy pair can be configured. For example, Ch1 and Ch2 can be set as hot redundancy. If Ch1 transmitter failed due to some reasons, Ch2 transmitter will start work seamlessly ¼ inch stereo headphone jack for mixed channels output Antenna input & output connections to daisy-chain and to connect with antenna 1U size, rack-mount [19 x 1.75 x 6.5 inches] Power supply: 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz, 15 Watts Receiver (Wireless Base Station)

  6. Receiver: WS880 & WS840

  7. WS880 receiver: 8 modules (8 channels) WS840 receiver: 4 modules (4 channels) Receiver module: Independent receiver module Field-replaceable module Bright OLED display Battery bars Run-time hours RF level and diversity status Microphone audio level Mixed-audio output level, On/Mute IR to synchronize transmitter & receiver module Receiver: Module

  8. Receiver: Daisy-chain (to make 32 channels, with a pair of antennas)

  9. Transmitter (Microphone) Supported Wireless Microphones: Tabletop (Omni & Cardioid) Gooseneck / Podium (Cardioid) Hand-held (Cardioid) Belt-pack (Lavalier Omni, Headset Omni) Each microphone or transmitter is one channel Any type of microphones can work together with receiver For example, one 4 Channel Receiver can support one Gooseneck mic, one hand-held mic, one tabletop mic and one Belt-pack Mic at the same time. Flexible frequency range Both receiver and transmitters should have the same frequency range Different frequency range products are not compatible All microphones have rechargeable, field-replaceable batteries

  10. Microphone models: Omni Cardioid 3 models for 3-frequency range M915, M715, M610 Programmable external switch: on/off, on/on RF Output: 1, 10, 25 or 50mW user selectable Telemetry on receiver: Battery status Mute status Channel 2 rechargeable AA NiMH batteries Battery life: 4.5 hours per charge, typical @ 1mW USB port for charging through laptop or AC power Fits into the docking station for recharging Transmitter: Wireless Tabletop Microphone

  11. Mic: cardioid 3 models for 3-frequency range [M915, M715, M610] Programmable external switch: on/off, on/on Gooseneck length: 12 inch, with double bend 18 inch, with double bend Button: Mute or press-to-talk configuration RF Output: 1, 10, 25 or 50mW user-selectable Telemetry on receiver: Battery status Mute status Channel 4 rechargeable AA NiMH batteries Battery life: 9 hours per charge, typical @ 1mW Battery cassette fits into the docking station for recharging USB port for charging through laptop or AC power Transmitter: Wireless Gooseneck or Podium Microphone

  12. Mic: cardioid 3 models for 3-frequency range M915, M715, M610 Programmable External Switch: on/off, on/on, on/mute, on/logic mute RF Output: 1, 10, 25 or 50mW user selectable Telemetry on receiver: Battery status Mute status Channel Fits in the docking station for recharging 2 rechargeable AA NiMH batteries Battery life: 4.5 hours per charge, typical @1mW Transmitter: Wireless Hand-held Microphone

  13. Belt-pack base 3 models for 3-frequency range M915, M715, M610 Programmable External Switch: on/off, on/on, on/mute, on/logic mute RF Output: 1, 10, 25 or 50mW user selectable Telemetry on receiver: Battery status Mute status Channel External antenna OLED display Fits into the docking station for recharging 2 Rechargeable AA NiMH batteries Battery life: 4.5 hours per charge, typical @1mW USB port for charging through laptop or AC power Microphones (2 models): Lavalier: Omni, Black color Mic Headset: Single-ear headset, Omni, Black color Mic Transmitter: Wireless Belt-Pack Microphone

  14. Charges transmitters (microphones) Charges 8 microphones simultaneously Charges any ClearOne wireless microphone Tabletop Gooseneck battery cassette Handheld Belt-pack Charges only NiMH batteries Won’t charge & affect Alkaline batteries General charging period is 8-10 hours Powered through AC power supply Dimensions: 13.25” x 5.75” RF automatically mutes when transmitter is docked When connected to wall-wart USB charger or computer USB port, transmitter will transmit signal (with or without batteries) and will charge if NiMH batteries are installed. Docking Station (Microphone Charging Station)

  15. One pair of antennas for up to 32 channels 3 models for 3 Freq. range M915, M715, M610 Strongly recommended to use a pair of antennae for better performance Antenna kits includes pair of extension antennas and RJ58 Plenum rated cables. Available with 25 feet cables & with 50 feet cables Directly connected to wireless base station with antenna in and out connectors 6 Design Rules : 1. Inter-Modulation Distortion: The distance to the most distant transmitter should not be more than double the distance to the closest transmitter 2. Diversity: The antennae should be separated so that the ends of the transmitter antenna (the null) cannot be aimed at both antennae at the same time 3. Line of Sight: All antennae should remain in the line of sight of both antennae. Line of sight means all transmitters are not blocked by metal, concrete, and similar radio opaque objects, and there is minimal signal absorption through people’s bodies. 4. Cable Loss: The total antenna cable loss should be less than 15 dB. 5. Range Loss: Doubling the distance between a transmitter and an antenna cuts the signal strength by a factor of 4 (inverse square law). Keep the antennae as close as practical without violating Rule 1. 6. Transmitter Power: Adjust the transmitter power to meet the -40 to -60 dBm rating. Antenna

  16. Antenna design – Sample cases

  17. Software features full-system monitoring and control via the Graphical User Interface Set-up individual channels Designate redundant channels Balance audio to mixed line/headphone out Scan RF environment Set up alerts for faults & proactive battery charge Remote troubleshooting Simple-to-use Software application on Windows (XP, Vista, 7) Remote Configuration, Control & Monitor Software

  18. Configuring WS800 to work with CONVERGE® Pro: Select the desired microphone channel Set Tx Gain to 0 dB Set Mute Mode to Hard Mute Set Power Switch Mode to On/Off Then synchronize the transmitter with the receiver. Refer the Technical Application Note in our website for more details WS800 with CONVERGE® Pro

  19. Microphone Gain Settings in CONVERGE® Pro See the Technical Application Note in our website for required settings. Open the desired microphone channel and Turn off the Phantom power, as phantom power is not needed for WS800 to work with CONVERGE®. Set the Course Gain to 28 dB Adjust Course Gain until Post Gain meter peaks close to +6 dB Adjust Fine Gain so that Post Gain meter peaks at +6 dB This is needed for all Converge Pro units: 840T, 880, 880T, 880TA, 8i, SR1212, SR1212A WS800 with CONVERGE® Pro (continued)

  20. Push to talk mode Settings (for AEC units) When microphones are muted, turned on/off may cause producing echo and affect AEC To avoid this, Converge Pro provides Push-To-Talk (PTT) mode Enable this PTT mode When the microphone is off or muted the Pre Gain Meter will show a level below -90 dB Adjust the Threshold slider down to the level of the Pre Gain Meter. This is needed for all Converge Pro units: 840T, 880, 880T, 880TA, 8i Refer the Technical Application Note in our website for details. WS800 with CONVERGE Pro (continued)

  21. www.clearone.com