RCA 900 MHz Owner's Manual

Owner's Manual for RCA 900 MHz Headphone, Other (7 pages)

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306/306962-900_mhz.pdf file (28 Dec 2023)
  • Manufacturer: RCA
  • Category of Device: Headphone, Other
  • Document: 900 MHz, File Type: PDF Owner's Manual
  • Updated: 28-12-2023
  • Count of Pages: 7
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  • Page 1:

    WHP150

    MHz

    900

    Radio Frequency

    Headphones

    with 900 MHz Transmitter

    Freedom From Wires

    listen

    anywhere

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    WHP150 MANUAL(1J1500 ) 6/10/99 11:28 AM Page 1

  • Page 2:

    2 3

    SYSTEM COMPONENTS

    RADIO TRANSMITTER

    Auto Power

    ON/Signal

    Strength

    Indicator (Green)

    Charge Indicator

    (Red)

    INTRODUCTION

    The 900 MHz stereo wireless headphone system uses latest

    wireless technology that enables you to enjoy music and TV

    sound anywhere inside or outside your home. You can simply

    connect the system to any sound source such as CD, TV, VCR,

    Hi-Fi and radio. It is also perfect for usage in class rooms,

    hospitals, meetings, churches, as a hearing aid, and for the

    purpose of language translation.

    • 900 MHz Radio Frequency (RF) technology

    • RF technology lets you roam freely throughout your home

    • Operating distance up to 125 ft.

    • No line-of-sight limitations

    • Built-in charger in the transmitter

    • Virtually interference free stereo quality

    • Automatic Level Control and auto ON/OFF control.

    HEADPHONE RECEIVER

    Stereo Indicator

    Volume Control

    Charge Input

    FEATURES

    Frequency

    Adjustment

    Audio Cord

    Charge Output

    Plug (connects

    to headphones

    for charging)

    Tune

    On/Off Switch

    Power Indicator

    WHP150 MANUAL(1J1500 ) 6/10/99 11:28 AM Page 2

  • Page 3:

    4 5

    INSTALLATION OF TRANSMITTER

    INSTALLATION OF BATTERIES

    1) Connect the supplied AC power adapter to an electrical

    wall outlet.

    2) Plug the AC power Adapter into the DC jack located on the

    rear of the transmitter.

    3) Locate the audio cord connected at the back of the transmit-

    ter. The 3.5 mm plug provided can be used to connect the

    transmitter to the headphone jack of any audio source.

    If your equipment has a 1/4” size jack, use the adapter plug

    included with the headphone.

    For connection to RCA type phono jacks located on the back

    of a TV, VCR or A/V receiver, use the “Y” adapter that is

    included. Just insert the mini plug on the audio cord into the

    jack on the adapter to convert the connector for this applica-

    tion. Then insert the red and white RCAplug ends into the

    equipment jacks marked “Audio Out” to make the audio

    source connection (see diagram).

    AC/DC

    Adapter

    Charge

    Output

    Jack

    Audio

    Cord

    Green

    LED

    1) Open the battery compartment cover on the right side of the

    headphone.

    2) Insert two AAsize Ni-Cd rechargeable batteries with the

    correct polarity.

    3) Replace the cover and you are ready to charge the batteries.

    Battery

    Door

    STEREO

    JACK

    HEADPHONE

    FM

    AM

    LEFT

    RIGHT

    AUDIO

    INPUT

    Audio

    Cord

    1/4" adapter

    “Y” adapter

    WHP150 MANUAL(1J1500 ) 6/10/99 11:28 AM Page 4

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    76

    CHARGING THE BATTERIES

    1) Switch the ON/OFF switch on the headphone receiver to OFF.

    2) Plug the charge output plug, located on the back of the

    transmitter, into the charge input jack of the headphone

    receiver to charge the batteries.

    3) The charging process starts automatically and the RED LED

    lights up indicating the unit is charging.

    4) After the quick charge is completed, the quick charge indicator

    will be OFF; however, the trickle charge will continue.

    Caution: Do not use other kinds of batteries to replace the Ni-Cd quick

    charge (AA) battery. When you are not using the head-

    phone, please switch it off as the batteries can be damaged.

    Red LED

    Headphone Base

    The Ni-Cd (nickel cadmium) batteries must be fully charged prior

    to operation. An initial charge of 24 hours is required to ensure

    the extended life of the Ni-Cd batteries. Be sure the headset is in

    the OFF position during charging status.

    OPERATION

    1) Turn on the audio source (TV or audio component) to which

    the transmitter is connected.

    2) Switch the ON/OFF switch on the headphone to ON.

    3) Place the headphones on your head and adjust the volume

    control to the desired listening level. The adjustable head-

    band lets you adjust the length of the headphones for a

    comfortable fit.

    4) Tune the frequency adjustment control, located on the back of

    the transmitter, to a mid-level setting. Just rotate the thumb-

    wheel knob up or down and leave it set approximately in the

    middle of the range.

    5) Adjust the tuning dial of the headphone to the frequency of

    the transmitter for best reception.

    NOTE

    You should now be able to walk freely from room to room without disruption. If

    disruption should occur (signal breaks up), adjust the headphones tuning control

    to maximize stereo reception.

    If you hear interference from other components, re-adjust the tuning control.

    Move the control on the transmitter to a different setting, then adjust the control

    on the headphones to match the new setting. You may have to try a few loca-

    tions to find one with no interference.

    When transmitting/receiving over long distances, the signal from the system will

    become weaker and the stereo indicator light will go dim.

    For protection of the transmitter and to save power, the transmitter will cut off

    automatically in about one minute when the input signal from the audio source

    is too weak for operation. If the signal is restored, the transmitter will work

    again automatically.

    WHP150 MANUAL(1J1500 ) 6/10/99 11:28 AM Page 6

  • Page 5:

    8 9

    SPECIFICATIONS

    Transmission Mode: UHF Stereo

    Carrier Frequency 911.5 - 913.5 MHz

    Operating Voltage Transmitter, 19V 280mA

    Receiver, 2.4V (2xAA Ni-Cd Quick Charge Battery)

    Frequency Response 20Hz - 20 Khz

    Signal Noise Ratio 55 dB

    Distortion 1.5%

    Separation 30dB

    Operation Distance 50M

    NOTE: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party

    responsible for compliance to the FCC Rules could void the users authority to

    operate this equipment

    Ensure the AC adapter is fully inserted into the

    AC outlet and into the power connection input on

    the transmitter.

    Ensure the headphones ON/OFF switch is in

    the ON position.

    Headphone batteries may be too low. Charge batteries.

    Ensure the TV or audio component is on and tuned to a

    channel with audio.

    Adjust the volume control on the headphone to

    turn up the volume.

    The connected audio/video equipment is not playing

    (CD, Tape, etc…). Check the audio source.

    The volume of headphone is turned down, adjust the

    volume to an appropriate level.

    Ensure the stereo indicator light is on. If not,

    adjust the tuning control on the headphones

    until the indicator light is on.

    Change the position of the FREQ. ADJUST control

    to change operating frequency. You must then

    adjust the tuning control on the headphone until

    the stereo indicator light is on.

    Headphone batteries may be too low. Charge the batteries

    or replace with new ones if they do not charge.

    Ensure the level control wheel is adjusted properly.

    The headphone is too far from transmitter,

    move closer.

    The input level of the audio signal is too low. Turn

    up the volume of the audio source equipment

    .

    TROUBLE SHOOTING

    No Sound

    Distortion

    WHP150 MANUAL(1J1500 ) 6/10/99 11:28 AM Page 8

  • Page 6:

    10 11

    RCUSAT1 UNIVERSAL REMOTE

    Universal Remote

    Controls 4 Devices, TV, VCR, Satellite or

    Cable Box, and Audio System

    Features include:

    - Universal DSS and DBS Compatibility

    - Menu and Guide Controls

    - Picture-In-Picture Controls

    - Code Search For Easy Programming

    RCUSAT1

    $

    29

    95

    D918 Surge Protector Plus

    Power surges can enter and destroy your valuable equipment from many sources

    - cable, phone lines, satellite dishes or electrical connections. Guard

    your vulnerable home theatre equipment against potential damage

    from power surges or other electrical disturbances.

    Features include:

    - 3-Way Surge Protection

    - 8 Outlets plus Coaxial, Phone & AC Line

    - $10,000 Equipment Guarantee

    - Lifetime Warranty

    ANT200 AMPLIFIED TV ANTENNA

    RCA ACCESSORIES

    To receive UHF or VHF stations or serve as a backup for cable outages, purchase

    the RCAANT200. Switching between your cable or satellite and your antenna is

    made easy with an integrated A/B switch. Hooks up to any TV and includes all

    necessary accessories.

    Features include:

    - Dipoles tilt and rotate for improved picture

    - UHF Loop turn range of 345°

    - Gold plated connectors for improved

    signal conductivity

    - Manual Gain Control to Boost Signal

    - Measures 8

    3

    4

    H. X 8

    1

    2

    W. X 4

    1

    8

    D.

    ANT200

    $

    49

    95

    Name

    Address

    City State Zip

    Day Time Phone Number

    ❑ Money Order Enclosed ❑ Check Enclosed

    Credit Card:❑ Visa ❑ MasterCard ❑ Discover

    Card Number

    ■■■■ ■■■■-■■■■■■■■-■■ ■■■■ ■■-■■■■■■■■

    Expires: ____/____/____

    Signature

    ITEM PRICE QTY TOTAL

    ANT200 Amplified TV Antenna

    $49.95

    D918 Surge Protector

    $49.95

    RCUSAT1 Universal Satellite Remote

    $29.95

    Add Applicable Sales Tax

    Include Post & Handling $5.00

    Total Amount of Order

    † Tax, Shipping & Handling, Charges Apply © 1997 Thomson Consumer Electronics, Inc.

    Trademark(s) ® Registered Marca(s) Registrada(s)

    The following RCA accessories are available through your RCA dealer or:

    ORDER BY PHONE:

    Have your Visa, MasterCard or

    Discover Card ready and call the

    toll-free number listed below. This

    number should only be used to

    place orders.

    1-800-338-0376

    ORDER BY MAIL:

    Complete order form on page

    11 and mail to:

    RCA Accessories

    PO Box 8419

    Ronks, PA 17573

    D918

    $

    49

    95

    WHP150 MANUAL(1J1500 ) 6/10/99 11:28 AM Page 10

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    12

    ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

    ©

    Thomson Consumer Electronics, Inc.

    Product Exchange Center

    32B Spur Drive

    El Paso, Texas 79906

    1J1500 (Rev 7/98)

    Trademark(s) ® Registered

    Marca(s) Registrada(s)

    Thomson Consumer Electronics, Inc. warrants that for one year from the date of

    purchase this product is free from defects in material and workmanship. If the

    item is defective within that period, return it at your expense to the dealer from

    whom it was purchased together with proof of purchase for replacement. The

    exchange unit is under warranty for the remainder of the original product’s

    warranty period. This warranty excludes defects or damage due to misuse, abuse,

    neglect or acts of God, including but not limited to lightning damage. The

    foregoing represents Thomson’s sole obligation under this warranty.

    This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which

    vary from state to state. For purchases outside the United States, contact your

    dealer for warranty information.

    WHP150 MANUAL(1J1500 ) 6/10/99 11:28 AM Page 12

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