Audio Connections
Option 1 (figure 4)
Connecting the FM transmitter to a line
output of an audio source, e.g. REC OUT,
LINE OUT.
1Connect the 3.5mm stereo plug of the
stereo audio cable to the FM transmitter’s
3.5mm headphone input.
2Connect the other 3.5mm stereo plug of
the audio cable (2 m) to the 3.5 mm stereo
plug of the connector cable (20 cm)
3Connect the 2 RCA plugs of the connector
cable (20 cm) to a line output (REC OUT
or LINE OUT) of an audio source, e.g.TV,
HiFi or PC:
Check if the red RCA plug (right
channel) is connected to the right
channel (red) of the audio source.
Check if the white RCA plug (left
channel) is connected to the left channel
(white) of the audio source.
4Set the transmitter’s input selector switch
to 250 mV.
5Switch on your audio source.The red
power indication LED of the transmitter
lights up if receiving an audio signal.
6In case the line output of the audio source
has an adjustable output level, adjust the
line output level of the audio source to the
highest acceptable undistorted level.
7Switch on the headphone.You may hear a
hissing sound through the headphone if the
headphone is not yet properly tuned to the
transmitter.
8To tune, press and hold the tuning control
button for about 1 second. Repeat if
necessary.
9Adjust the volume to the desired level with
the headphone volume control.
Option 2 (figure 5)
Connecting the FM transmitter to a
headphone output of an audio source
1Connect the 3.5mm stereo plug of the
stereo audio cable (2 m) to the FM
transmitter’s 3.5mm headphone input.
2Connect the other 3.5mm stereo plug of
the stereo audio cable (2 m) to the
headphone output of an audio source, such
as TV, HiFi or PC.
In case your audio source has a 6.3mm
headphone output, use the supplied
3.5mm to 6.3 mm stereo adapter plug.
Audio Connections
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