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Wireless Lapel Mic

Classrooms equipped with wireless microphones have them located in the drawer inside the multimedia lectern. The wireless lapel microphone uses two AA batteries. We do our best to keep a fresh stock of batteries on hand in the room, but the only way to assure that you will have fresh batteries is to bring spares just in case.

Image of microphones in lectern drawer         

A. Pull open the microphone/remote drawer inside the lectern.

Image of wireless lapel pack         

B. Locate the wireless lapel microphone in the drawer.

Image of person wearing lapel mic pack

C. Clip the microphone to your clothing, preferably six to eight inches below your chin.

Top of mic pack shown with power switched on an illuminated LED         

Image of mic pack battery compartment

D. When you first turn on the microphone a green light will be visible on top of the unit. The green light means it has good batteries and will work correctly. 


NOTE: If the light is red it means it needs a change of batteries and will not work correctly. Replace the AA batteries in mic’s handle with fresh batteries which should be found in the battery box near the rear of the drawer. We do our best to keep a fresh stock of batteries on hand in the room, but the only way to assure that you will have fresh batteries is to bring spares just in case. 

Image of mic volume control on touch panel

E. Control the microphone’s volume level with the touchpanel’s “Mics” volume slide control.

Image of Mute button on touch panel

F. You can mute the microphone’s volume by pressing the speaker button below the slider bar.