How to Use In-Ear Monitors

Turning On the Pack

Once you have the right pack number (refer to the stage layout), you can turn it on by twisting the volume knob at the top. This knob controls your master volume, so if you want to change the volume of specific instruments/singers you can use VISI Listen or ask the sound guy to change it from the soundboard.

Battery Levels

The green light at the top indicates your battery life (not the blue light), as well as the battery bar on the screen. Before going into a live set (not practice, but a service), make sure you have a green battery light, this will guarantee you an hour. We usually recommend changing your batteries when it gets to 2 bars or below, or when the indicator light turns yellow.

Sound only coming through one Ear?
If you can only hear out of one ear and you’ve tried pushing in the audio jack all the way, press one of the arrow buttons underneath the screen. A menu should come up showing L——||——-R. If the bar is not in the center, between the left and right ears, move it with the arrow buttons until it is. If you’re still having problems, take the issue to the worship leader or sound guy.

How to Take Off Ear-Buds

The Transmitters

Echo has two sets of pack transmitters, one in Motion and one in Alive. Note: These two sets of transmitters cannot be on at the same time. If you’re using the packs in Motion, the packs in Alive MUST be off, and vice versa.

Turning On/Off Packs in Motion

To turn ON the packs, make sure the packs in Alive are OFF. Then, hit the small black switch near the top of the rack. You should see the displays of the transmitters turn on. Hit the bigger switch pictured below to turn on the rest of the packs. To turn OFF the packs, hit both switches again. The top black switch is the power for some of the tech booth lights as well, it’s fine if those go off.

Turning On/Off Packs in Alive

To turn ON the packs, make sure the packs in Motion are OFF. Then, hit the small black switch near the top of the rack. You should see the displays of the transmitters turn on. To turn OFF the packs, hit that black switch near the top again.