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AWM6152-  Professional Dual-Channel Infrared Rechargeable Wireless Microphones

                                                      (Infrared Wireless Microphones)   (Infrared Sensor & Extension Cable)
                                                                    AWX6150 X 2                         ACC6152-02 + ACC6152-03

                                                           ACC6152-01                               AWR6152
                                                            (Recharger)                          (Infrared Receiver)


                                     (Infrared Wireless Body-Pack Transmitter)




The Audio2000'S® AWM6152 professional dual-channel infrared rechargeable wireless microphones is an infrared wireless microphone system with the recharge mechanism built at the bottom of the handheld microphone (AWX6150). The AWX6150 can be inserted onto the microphone recharge sockets on the ACC6152-01 microprocessor controlled microphone recharger. (Note: Never recharge any battery that is not made to be rechargeable.)  Any rechargeable AA batteries can also be inserted to the battery recharge sockets on the ACC6152-01 to be recharged.

When the recharging process is in progress, the recharging LED indicator remains on. The recharging LED indicator will be turned off when the rechargeable AA batteries are fully charged.

There are two 1/4" audio outputs, audio output A and audio output B.  If only either the audio output A 1/4" jack or the audio output B 1/4" jack is connected to an 1/4" plug, the used audio output 1/4" jack will be a mixed output jack containing both the audio output A signal and the audio output B signal.  If each of the audio output A 1/4" jack and the audio output B 1/4" jack is connected to an 1/4" plug, both audio output 1/4" jacks become independent outputs where the audio output A 1/4" jack contains only the audio output A signal and the audio output B 1/4" jack contains only the audio output B signal.

There are four infrared sensor input RCA jacks. Each RCA jack can be connected to a remote infrared sensor via a shielded RCA cable. Depending upon the applications, up to four remote infrared sensors can be connected to these jacks simultaneously and used to enhance the AWM6152 reception capabilities. In the system, one additional remote infrared sensor and one extension cable are included. If more than one remote infrared sensor needs to be used, the remote infrared sensors and the extension cords can be purchased separately.

At the bottom of the AWR6152 infrared receiver, there is a line/microphone output selector. This selector is used to set the audio output levels. When the selector is set at the "LIN" position, the output signal is selected to be at the line level and the audio outputs can be connected to appropriate line inputs. When the selector is set at the "MIC" position, the output signal is selected to be at the microphone output level and the audio outputs can only be connected to the microphone inputs.

At the back of the AWX6150 microphone battery housing, there is an infrared transmission power selector. This infrared transmission power selector is used to adjust the infrared transmission power levels. It is preset to the low level. When the infrared reception by the infrared sensors becomes insufficient in an application, the infrared transmission power selector can be set to the high level. When the infrared transmission power selector is set at the high level, the battery operation time will be substantially reduced.


Conference Rooms; Karaoke Boxes; School Class Rooms; Home Entertainment



* Infrared Wireless System
* Dual Channels
* Two Audio Level Controls
* Two Independent 1/4" Outputs or One Mixed 1/4" Output
* Four Independent Infrared RCA Inputs

* Selectable Line Outputs (LIN) or Microphone Outputs (MIC)


1. Power On LED Indicator
2. Infrared Sensor
3. Channel A RF Signal Indicator
4. Channel A Audio Signal Indicator

5. Channel A Volume Control Knob
6. Channel B
RF Signal Indicator
7. Channel B Audio Signal Indicator
8. Channel B Volume Control Knob


1. Audio Output A 1/4" Jack
2. Audio Output B 1/4" Jack

3. Infrared Sensor Input Jacks
4. DC Power Input Jack

5. Power On/Off Button
6. Line/Microphone Output Selector
Power-On LED Indicator



 CH B - 2.079 MHz
 CH A - 2.539 MHz

AC/DC Adaptor

 AC Input: 120V / 60Hz
 DC Output: 14V / 600mA



Transmission Range

 App. 33-50 ft (App. 10-16M)


 850 nm

Dimensions (W X H X D)

 5.7” X 1.5” X 5.6” (145 X 38 X 142 mm)

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* Infrared Wireless Transmitter
* Recharge Mechanism at the Base of the Handheld Microphone with 2 X AA Batteries
* Selectable Infrared Transmission Power
Low Battery LED Indicator



 CH B - 2.079 MHz
 CH A - 2.539 MHz

RF Output

 10 dBm

Maximum Deviation


Modulation Type

 Infrared, FM

Power Requirement

 1.5V X 2 NiMH AA Batteries

Current Consumption

 < 250 mA

Dimensions (W X H X D)

 10.2” X 2.2” X 2.2” (260 X 56 X 56 mm)


  1. Connect the AWR6152 receiver DC input to an AC power source via the supplied AC/DC adaptor.

  2. Connect the AWR6152 receiver audio outputs to the microphone or audio signal inputs of a mixer via a cable. 

  3. Place two rechargeable AA batteries into the battery housing of each of the AWX6150 microphones with the battery polarity oriented as indicated. If the batteries need to be recharged, recharge the batteries with the ACC6152-01 microprocessor controlled microphone recharger.

  4. Turn on the power of the AWR6152 receiver.

  5. Turn on the power of the AWX6150 microphones. The low battery LED indicator will blink once and then stays off  If the low battery LED indicator stays on, the rechargeable AA batteries in the AWX6150.need to be recharged or replaced (if defective).

  6. Adjust the volume control knobs to have an optimal sound quality.

  7. Place the infrared sensors at the optimal locations so that the infrared transmission and receiving are at the best conditions.



  1. The brand new rechargeable AA batteries for the handheld microphones need to be charged before use.

  2. The AWX6150 handheld microphones need to be turned off before changing the batteries.

  3. Signal dropout or unexpected noise may be caused by a low battery or by an excessive distance between the microphone and the infrared sensors.  If you encounter signal dropout or unexpected noise, please check the batteries first.  If batteries are still fresh, try to readjust the locations of the infrared sensors.

  4. Do not drop the microphone on the floor or strike the microphone with any object.

  5. Always turn off the microphones and remove the batteries if the microphones are not to be used for a period of time to prevent the microphone from being damaged by a leaking battery.

  6. Try to place the receiver as far away from any digital equipment, including computers and some CD players, as possible.

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No sound.

Receiver is off.

Turn on receiver.

Transmitter power switch is off.

Turn on transmitter power switch.

No battery or bad battery in transmitter.

Insert or replace battery.

Wrong polarity or faulty battery contact

Correct polarity or battery contact.

Receiver audio cable is missing or defective.

Connect, repair or replace cable.

Short range or signal dropouts.

Low transmitter battery level.

Recharge or replace transmitter batteries.

Poor infrared sensor reception.

Reposition infrared sensors.

Faulty infrared sensors or transmitter.

Return transmitter or infrared sensors to factory or authorized service station for service.

Obstacles between the infrared sensors and transmitter.

Move the obstacles or move the infrared sensors to overcome the infrared signal obstruction.


Low transmitter battery level

Recharge or replace transmitter batteries.

Volume control on the receiver set too high, overloading the subsequent sound device input.

Turn down the volume control on the receiver.

Momentary loss of sound when transmitter is moved around the performing area.

Radio frequency (RF) blind spots.

Reposition the receiver.  If the momentary loss of sound problem cannot be removed, walk through the performing area and mark “Blind” spots.  Avoid these “Blind” spots during performance.

Low sound level.

Faulty cable connection.

Check cable connection between the receiver and the subsequent sound device.

Receiver volume control set too low.

Turn up receiver volume control.

Sound levels between two microphones are different.

The receiver volume controls  need to be adjusted.

 Adjust the receiver volume controls.

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