MEMPHIS USB Microphone User Guide

Preliminary setup with Mac OS X

  1. Plug the free end of the provided USB cable into the USB port on your Your computer will automatically recognize the USB device.
  2. To select the MEMPHIS as your audio input, first open your System Preferences

    NOTE: Many recording software programs are available online. Audacity is widely used free software for recording and editing sounds. It is available online at http://sourceforge.net
  3. Next, click Sound to display the Sound Preference panel
  4. Click the input tab and select the MEMPHIS USB as the device for sound input.

Your preferences are now set to use the MEMPHIS on your Mac with GarageBand or another recording program of your choice.

Preliminary setup with Windows XP

  1. Plug the free end of the provided USB cable into the USB port on your Your computer will automatically recognize the USB device.
  2. To select the MEMPHIS USB as your default recording device, begin at your START
  3. Select Control
  4. Select Sounds and Audio Devices.
  5. Select the Audio tab, and choose MEMPHIS USB as the default
  6.  Adjust computer volume by clicking on the Volume button beneath Sound recording Default device
  7. Through the Wave In window, you can set the computer volume or mute the microphone.
  8. Your preferences are now set to use the MEMPHIS with Windows XP with the recording program of your choice

Preliminary setup with Windows Vista

  1. Plug the free end of the USB cable into the USB port on your Your computer will automatically recognize the USB device.
  2. To select the MEMPHIS USB as your default recording device, begin at your START menu. Select Control Panel
  3. Select (double-click) Sound
  4. Select the Recording tab. Make sure that the MEMPHIS USB microphone is set as the default recording device. (You should see a green check mark beside the USB microphone icon.)
    Your preferences are now set to use the MEMPHIS with Windows Vista with the recording program of your choice.

Preliminary  setup with Windows  7/10

  1. Plug the free end of the USB cable into the USB port on your Your computer will automatically recognize the USB device.
  2. START menu > Control Panel > Sound To select the MEMPHIS USB as your default recording device, begin at your START menu. Select Control Panel
  3. Select Sound
  4. The following screen will pop up
  5. Select the Recording tab, and choose MEMPHIS USB as the default device.
  6. Double click on the MEMPHIS USB icon to open the Microphone Properties Select the levels tab to adjust microphone level (loudness). You may need to come back to this window to readjust the level after you begin recording.

Your preferences are now set to use the MEMPHIS with Windows 7/10 with the recording program of your choice.

Additional Information

Selecting software
You have many choices in recording software. Audacity available for free online at http-llsourceforge.net is a widely used software program that provides basic recording software.

Setting your software levels
Correct adjustment of microphone level is important for Optimum performance, Ideally, the microphone level should be as high as possible without overloading the input of your computer. If you hear distortion. or d your recording program shows levels that are Consistently overloaded (at peak levels). turn the microphone volume (or level) down, either through your control panel (or system preferences) settings. or through your recording software, If your recording program shows insufficient level. you can increase the microphone gain either from the control panel (or system preferences) settings or through your recording program,

Positioning your microphone It is important to position the microphone directly in brie (on axis) with the person speaking lisinging or instrument (or other sound source) to achieve the best frequency response of the microphone, This requires the user to speak into the microphone from the Cardio id symbol side (or blue Iight) positioned towards the mouth, As this microphone is directional The distance from the mouth should be about 1 inch. Or 10 – 40mm for optimal recording. For use in speaking singling applications. the ideal placement for the microphone is directly in front of the person speaking’singing The same placement is optimal when mi lung an instrument such as an acoustic guitar. drums or piano. Experiment with different mic placements to find the best sound for your particular setup.

Specifications

Power supply. Computer USB power
Direction: Cardioid
Frequency range: 30-18.000Hz Max SPL: 96dB
Sampling rate; 16 bit. 48kHz

Features:

  • Hgh sensitivity. low noise and wide dynamic range
  • Cardioid pickup to reduce unwanted noise
  • Durable metal body and mesh gni with blue LED bight
  • Powered by USB cable
  • Windows and Mac compatible. no Onvers needed

System Requirements:

Macintosh’ Mac OS X: US8 1.0 or 2.0; 64 M8 RAM (minimum):
Windows: XP/VistaiWindows 7; US8 1,0 or 2.0: 64 MB RAM (minimum) T Specifications are subject to change without nonce.

Inclusions:

  • 1 x Professional USB Microphone
  • 1 x Tripod folding desk stand
  • 1 x USB cable length: 1.5M
  • 1 x Microphone sock

Technical Assistance:

If you need assistance setting up or using your Stadium product now or in the future. call Stadium support Australia TEL: 03— 8587 8898 FAX: 03 — 8587 8866 Mon-Fri gam — 5pm ASST This manual is considered correct at time of printing but is subject to change. For latest manuals and updates refer to the website. Copyright .0 2017 by TAI Au:sr:aka

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