Scanning for an open frequency and setting the mic and receiver to the same channel
If your ULTRALINK wireless mic system's output is connected to a mixing console or other device, start by turning the mixer's channel fader and/or main fader all the way DOWN before you begin.
Turn the ULTRALINK ULR2000 receiver on, by holding down its power button for a few seconds. The power buttons on the receiver and mic need to be held down for a few seconds to turn them on or off, rather than pressed briefly, to prevent accidental power up or power down during a performance.
After turning on the ULR2000 wireless receiver, turn on the ULM2000 wireless microphone using the POWER button located on the bottom of the mic.
The STATUS light should blink several times, and then, after establishing communication with the wireless receiver unit, should light up solid and stay lit. If the mic doesn't power up, make sure that you have correctly installed one or two fresh 9-volt batteries in the wireless microphone, and try again (you can use either one or two batteries; using two batteries will let you use the wireless mic longer before you have to replace the batteries).
Hit the SET button on the receiver, and then use the up-arrow or down-arrow button to scroll through the menu choices until you get to SCAN.
Once SCAN is displayed on the reciever's readout, press the SET button once, then hit the up-arrow button once to begin scanning. The receiver will begin to scan through available frequencies to find a suitable frequency for communication with the mic transmitter. If the display stops on a particular frequency, look for a small antenna icon in the upper left or upper right corner of the display if you don't see one hit the up button again to find a new frequency. Once youve found a good frequency, hit the SET button to set the frequency. When the scanning function is complete, CHAN may be displayed on the screen if so, look at the small rotary selector on the bottom of the wireless microphone to see which channel the mic is set to (indicated by the imprinted arrow head on the rotary selector's screwdriver slot) then use the up or down arrow button on the receiver to set the receiver to the same channel number that the mic is transmitting on.
Then press the SET button on the receiver. You've now successfully scanned for available frequencies and set the mic transmitter and the receiver unit to the same frequency. Try speaking into the mic and see if the volume meter on the receiver indicates the signal.
Use SQUELCH to "squelch" unwanted noises or interference
Press the SET button on the receiver to go into the selection menus. Use the up arrow button to scroll through the menu selections until SQUELCH is displayed on the receiver's readout. Then press the SET button to access the SQUELCH parameter. You can raise this parameter (in decibels, aka dB) to "squelch" out interference or noises received by the receiver i.e. a higher value will require a stronger (i.e. louder) signal to overcome the "squelch" theshold. If you find that the SQUELCH feature is cutting out or muting intended sounds that you want the mic to pick up, try lowering this value. When you're done, press the SET button again to confirm your selection and exit the editing menu.
Use the AUTO MUTE feature to mute the output of the receiver if the mic is turned off, and to unmute the output of the receiver if the mic is turned on
Press the SET button on the receiver to go into the selection menus. Use the up arrow button to scroll through the menu selections until the Auto Mute selection is displayed (A.MUTE). Press the SET button to confirm your selection, then use the up-arrow or down-arrow button to choose AMT ON (auto-mute turned on). When you're done, press the SET button again to confirm your selection and exit the editing menu.