Presentation on theme: "Making the Most of Your System The Achiever"— Presentation transcript:
1 Making the Most of Your System The Achiever Don’t forget to insert your company name/logo at the top!Making the Most of Your SystemThe Achiever
2 What is Audio Enhancement? Audio enhancement is the installation of an easy to use infrared wireless microphone system in a learning environment to distribute the teachers natural soothing voice throughout the room, so that every student can hear better, and thus perform better!Audio enhancement has far reaching effects including higher test scores, increased retention of information, fewer behavioral issues, decreased teacher absenteeism, and much, much more!Self Explanatory
4 The Inverse Square LawWhatever distance you start with, if you double it, you will lose 6 decibels…..the kid in the back might as well stay home.
5 Benefits for… ADMINISTRATORS TEACHERS STUDENTS Literacy and math gains5th Grade SAT student gainsState criterion reference test gainsTeacher absenteeism declinesSubstantial financial savings in substitute teacher pay & uninterrupted student learningEasy to use and teacher friendlyLess vocal strain and fatigueDon’t have to repeat instructionsTeacher can speak in nurturing tonesTeacher can be heard over disturbancesSpend more time teaching and less time on management of studentsImproved Student PerformanceStudents are more engaged in the learning processOne-on-one instruction, no matter where you are in the classroomStudents can hear the teacher betterImproved Spelling PerformanceStudents are more attentive – less disruptiveTeachers don’t sound like they are yelling to be heardADMINISTRATORSTEACHERSSTUDENTS
6 Handheld Student Microphone Parts of the SystemSpeakers (x4)InfraredDome SensorReceiver/AmplifierTeacherTeardropMicrophoneHandheld Student Microphone
7 Teacher Teardrop Microphone Remote Volume ControlOWN, OTHER, LINE – Indicates which source will be controlled by the Up/Down remote volume controlsUp/Down Remote Volume ControlsCHG – Battery Charging Status IndicatorBATT – Battery and Power Status Indicator (Green when on and fully charged)Auxiliary Line Level Input Connector Wirelessly transmits audioExternal Microphone Input ConnectorSELECT – Selects which source (OWN, OTHER, or LINE) will be controlled by the Up/Down remote volume controlsCharging Port - Intelligent Battery Management SystemSelf ExplanatorySpecial Function ControlPWR – Power On/Off and Mute ControlCharge Every Night!
8 Teacher Teardrop Microphone Left sideRearRight sideChannel selector & Function selector switchAuxiliary line level input. MP3, computer, etc.Microphone input for lavaliere or headset style microphoneSingle “AA” battery NiMH or AlkalineBattery charger connection
9 Teacher Teardrop Microphone Auto turn off after 5 minutes on mute!PWR/MUTE – Press and hold for 1 second to turn on. Momentarily press to Mute/Un-Mute. Microphone automatically turns off after being muted for 5 minutes. Press PWR to turn back on.
10 Charging – No need to turn the microphone off! Teacher Teardrop MicrophoneAuto charge detectCharging – No need to turn the microphone off!Just plug in the charger and it will automatically turn off the microphone and start the charging process.
11 Teacher Teardrop Microphone Auto turn off to protect and extend battery lifeGreen means GO!Life is good!Yellow means – I better start looking for a new battery or a chargerI don’t feel so wellRed means - STOP, Goodbye, Over and OutI’m a gonner!Battery Status Indicator
12 Teacher Teardrop Microphone Auto defaults to OWN on power upSELECT – Press to select OWN or OTHER input for remote volume control. Selection remains active as long as mic is on. It defaults back to OWN upon power up.
13 Charge Every Night! Handheld Student Pass-around Microphone Features BATT – Battery and Power Status Indicator (Green when on and fully charged)Anti-Roll DesignAuxiliary Line Level Input Connector Wirelessly Transmits AudioCHG – Battery Charging Status IndicatorPush-to-Talk FunctionalityPower On/Off switchSelf ExplanatorySome teachers say this is the best reading tool in the classroom!Battery Displacement ProtectionCharging Port - Intelligent Battery Management SystemCharge Every Night!
14 Handheld Student Microphone PTT and Constant Talk switchMomentary Push-To-Talk (PTT)Slide On/Off switch for Constant Talk
15 Handheld Student Microphone PTT and Constant Talk switchCharging IndicatorRed Flashing – ChargingRed Constant – ChargedRed Fast Flash - ErrorBattery Status LEDGreen- Good “GO”Yellow – “Low”Red – “Stop”/Recharge
17 Charging – No need to turn the microphone off! Handheld Student MicrophoneCharging – No need to turn the microphone off!Just plug in the charger and it will automatically turn off the microphone and start the charging process.
18 Positioning the Teardrop Mic Slide the Microphone Up on the LanyardPosition the Microphone within 4” to 6” of your mouthAs close as is comfortableJewelry, pins and other items around neck may cause noise by rubbing or bumping the microphone
19 Tip: Connecting the Charger to the Mics None of our competitors offer this – this is the MAIN selling point when selling against our competition.The TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) is MUCH LESS than competitors because of the intelligent battery charger.
20 Setting the LevelsRule of Thumb: If you can hear yourself back through the system, it is too loudUse a partner to help get the initial level set in the roomHave partner wear microphone and talk in a normal one-on-one conversation toneStand across from each other in the room, and adjust levelSwitch and wear microphone while partner listensNone of our competitors offer this – this is the MAIN selling point when selling against our competition.The TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) is MUCH LESS than competitors because of the intelligent battery charger.