Using the Orbiter microphone
Simply press the multi-functional On / Off / Mute button on the Orbiter to turn it on. You should see a green LED on the front. If the green LED is flashing, it is time to put it on the USB charger. Click the button to cycle between on and mute. Hold for two seconds to turn off.
Check for a wireless connection
Once the Orbiter pendant is on, you should see an amber LED on the Astronaut Soundfield speaker. This means that the Orbiter pendant microphone is paired and communicating with the speaker system. If no amber light is showing, please follow the Pairing Instructions .
Practicing with your Orbiter microphone
Always prepare for a presentation by setting up your equipment in the room you will be speaking in beforehand. Make sure the equipment is working properly and then walk around the room.
Spend time practicing in the area of the room where you will be speaking. Listen for any unwarranted noise or feedback as you walk the room and avoid those noisy areas that cannot be eliminated by equipment adjustments.
Have a second person help you hear and make volume adjustments. In most cases, the appropriate microphone volume is when the presenter cannot hear themselves over the speakers.
Starting at $695
- Custom Audiophile® transducer
- 360° omni-directional horn
- Up to 60 watts total system power
- 2 input amplifier / mixer, 3.5mm mono-stereo
- Ceiling mount kit
- Hands-free pendant-style microphone
- Integrated Orbiter wireless receiver
- State-of-the-art, 2.4-Ghz RF with built-in wireless coexistence and security
- Lithium-ion rechargeable battery with 10 hours of talk time
- 5 year warranty
What's in the Box
- Astronaut Ceiling Speaker
- Ceiling Mount Kit
- Orbiter Pendant Microphone
- Pendant Charger
- Power Supply