AR1 Recorder Specs
|① 1/4” (6.3mm) signal plug||Connect to “Output” of all ISOLO receivers|
|② Power switch||◎Push to Rec side to activate AR1, push to the opposite side to turn off
◎To recharge AR1, use USB power cable while AR1 is OFF
|③ 1/8” (3.5mm) audio output||Use 1/8” (3.5mm) TRS cable to send signal to speakers or mixers|
|④ Micro USB port||◎When AR1 is on, this is where you connect your device for recording
◎When AR1 is off, this is the port for recharging
|⑤ Headphone volume control||Rotate to adjust headphone volume. This WILL NOT change the volume of your recording.|
|⑥ Headphone output||Use 1/8” (3.5mm) TRS cable to connect with your headphones|
|⑦ Battery status indicator||The color will change according to the battery status.
◎Blue: battery > 80%
◎Green: battery between 80%~30%
◎Red: battery less than 30%
|⑧ Signal indicator||This indicator provides visual aid to adjust your balance.
🟢 or below: Signal is too weak, need to increase ISOLO master volume
🟢🟢 ~ 🟢🟢🟢: Signal is OK! Can adjust a little to your preference.
🔴: Signal is quite strong, need to take care.
🔴🔴🔴: Signal is too strong, need to lower ISOLO master volume to avoid clipping.
AR1 Recorder Information
|Weight||46g ± 2g|
|Power supply||Built-in rechargeable battery|
|Battery life||Runs up for 5 hours after a 2 hour complete recharge. Recharge through USB port.|
|Audio format||24bit, 48KHz|
|Signal Input||1/4” (6.3mm) TS jack|
|Headphone output||1/8” (3.5mm) TRS, maximum output 125mW|
|Audio output||1/8” (3.5mm) TRS|
|Compatibility||◎iOS: iOS 12 and above
◎PC & Mac
◎Android: Above Android 9.0 and able to activate OTG