Bogen UDMS800HH, UDMS800BP User Manual

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UDMS800HH

 

 

UDMS800BP

 

WIRELESS MICROPHONE SYSTEM

 

 

WIRELESS MICROPHONE SYSTEM

 

Handheld Uni-directional

 

 

Body-Pack & Lavaliere

 

Microphone w/UHF Receiver

 

 

Microphone w/UHF Receiver

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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CONTENTS

 

INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................

1

USING THIS MANUAL ....................................................................................

1

SYSTEM FEATURES ........................................................................................

2

UDR800 RECEIVER ......................................................................................

3-5

UHT800 HANDHELD MICROPHONE TRANSMITTER ......................................

6-7

UBP800 BODY-PACK MICROPHONE TRANSMITTER......................................

8-9

SELECTING GROUP/CHANNEL, IR PROGRAMMING, MULTICHANNEL ....10-12

FRONT PANEL LOCK-OUT ............................................................................

12

RF INTERFERENCE & FINDING OPEN CHANNELS ........................................

12

FREQUENCY PLAN ......................................................................................

13

FREQUENCY LISTINGS ................................................................................

13

SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................................................................

14

LIMITED WARRANTY ....................................................................................

15

INTRODUCTION

Thank you for purchasing a Bogen UHF PLL Synthesized Microphone System. This system includes high quality professional operating features and is the best performance and price value available in UHF PLL Synthesized wireless systems.

USING THIS MANUAL

This manual lists the features of the UDMS800BP/HH Wireless System and takes you step-by-step through operation of the system. After reading the receiver instructions, turn to the section of the booklet that covers the type of transmitter used with your new system. Each section will give you detailed operating instructions. Also included in this manual are system specifications and servicing information.

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SYSTEM FEATURES

UDR800 RECEIVER

Unsurpassed state-of-the-art PLL UHF performance with 120 dB dynamic range and operation, up to 500 ft. (line-of-sight)

800 user-selectable UHF frequencies, one touch Auto-Scan/Sync open channel automatic selection and sync

ASC™ (Auto-Sync Channels) download feature sends selected Channel information to transmitter via IR sender for easy frequency synchronization

Sophisticated IF filtering for optimal simultaneous operation of multiple systems in same location

DigiTRU Diversity™ for maximum range and dropout protection

120dB Dynamic Range — the quietest and best sounding UHF wireless available at any price

Tone Squelch™ for locking out potential interference, and special circuitry for noiseless transmitter ON/OFF switching

Dual front panel permanently attached swivel antennas

Front panel with LCD displays A/B diversity, Group/Channel with frequency, ASC™ transfer status, RF/AF level, Mute (squelch) level, and push On/Off power switch

Back panel with fixed Balanced XLR, MIC Level and adjustable unbalanced ¼” jacks, audio Line outputs and DC input jack

Half-rack receiver design with top folding dual antennas

Unique snap-out side panel locking tabs for single receiver or dual receivers (side-by-side) optional rack mounting (mounting kits sold separately)

Externally powered with included DC adapter (22V DC 400 mA)

Choice of transmitters: UHT800 Handheld MIC or UBP800 Body-Pack

UHT800 HANDHELD MIC TRANSMITTER

Sleek metal housing with internal antenna for optimum aesthetics and durable long life

Unidirectional neodymium dynamic cartridge for optimum true sound, maximum feedback rejection and minimal handling noise

800 easily selectable channels via IR Sync for easy synchronization with receiver selected channel

Easy accessible audio level adjustment for optimum sound

Power On/Off and Audio mute switch allows convenient audio muting with the transmitter “ON”

Status LED indicators for unit “ON” (Green) and for low battery alert “ON” (Red)

Convenient, economical operation with two AA alkaline or NiMH batteries

UBP800 BODY-PACK TRANSMITTER

800 easily selectable channels via IR Sync for easy synchronization with receiver selected channel

Easy accessible input level adjustment for optimum sound

Power On/Off and Audio mute switch allows convenient audio muting with the transmitter “ON”

Bi-color LED status indicator for unit “ON” (Green) and for low battery alert “ON” (Red)

Convenient, economical operation with two AAA Alkaline or NiMH batteries

Ultra compact housing, removable antenna and unique locking 3.5mm mini plug connector for the microphone cable

2

UDR800 RECEIVER

1.Rack Mounting the Receiver

There are 2 options available (as accessories) for rack mounting the UDR800 receiver: single or side-by-side with another UDR800 receiver.

A.Single Mounting (RPK89): Remove the receiver SIDE MOUNT CLIPS (1) from each side of the receiver (as shown) and slide in the optional wider RACK EARS (2). (see page 4)

B.Side-by-Side Double Mounting (RPK90): After removing the SIDE MOUNT CLIPS (1) from both UDR800 receivers, join the two receivers with the JOINING CLIP (3) and attach the narrow RACK EARS (4) as shown. (see page 4)

(Note: Do not mount the receiver in a rack directly above an amplifier or other source of high heat — this could degrade the performance of the UDR800. Always ensure adequate airflow and heat dissipation in any rack configuration.)

2.Powering the Receiver

Plug the 22V DC ADAPTER (28) provided into the DC INPUT JACK (6) on the back of the receiver. Then plug the power supply into an AC outlet. Press the POWER SWITCH (9) once to turn on the receiver. The POWER “ON” LED (10) will now light and the receiver is operational.

3.Antennas

The UDR800 receiver is equipped with attached dual FOLDING ANTENNAS (11). Optimal positions of the antennas are 45° from the receiver (or 90° from each other). For maximum range, it is always best to maintain a line-of-sight (no obstructions) between the receiver antennas and the transmitter at all times whenever possible.

4. Adjusting the Mute Level/RF Squelch

The MUTE LEVEL/RF SQUELCH (24) can be changed anytime during the main screen display to quiet the receiver in high noise environment conditions. The control ranges are from level 0 to level 5. The level should be adjusted to a lower number to the minimum RF squelch setting at which the RF INDICATOR (19) will remain on while your transmitter is in normal use, up to the maximum operating range anticipated in use for your application. However, in areas of high RF activity, the squelch control may need to be adjusted to a higher number. If the transmitter is off and the receiver signal RF INDICATOR (19) or the diversity A or B INDICATOR (20) flickers or stays on continuously, the squelch should be adjusted to a higher number to stop the flickering. Be careful not to select too high a number setting as this may reduce the operating range to below what is needed. A range walk test will help in selecting the proper level. If the range is not critical, note that a higher level (maximum squelch) setting will also yield a quieter mute function, which might be desired in certain applications. The squelch level is factory preset at maximum sensitivity and operating range (i.e. level 0 for minimum squelch level — maximum usable range).

(Note: For easier intuitive operation, the MIN and MAX indicators for this control refer to the minimum and maximum operating range settings, not to the actual mute levels selected, which are the opposite as per above.)

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UDR800 RECEIVER

5.Audio Level and Peak LED Indicator

The UDR800 receiver has a 5-bar AF LCD (18) display that indicates normal level audio signal from the transmitter. Occasional flickering of the fifth AF LCD (peak level) on loud inputs to the transmitter is normal. If the AF LCD (18) lights up full bars continuously, decrease the input audio level to the transmitter or overload distortion may result.

6.Connecting the Audio Output

The UDR800 receiver provides both a fixed MIC level BALANCED MIC OUTPUT XLR (8) and an adjustable unbalanced line level AUDIO OUTPUT 1/4”Jack (5).

Output XLR

Output 1/4” Jack

UNBALANCED OUT

BALANCED OUT

(Note: As when making any connection, make sure the amplifier or mixing board volume is at the minimum level before plugging in the receiver to avoid possible sound system damage.)

A.SINGLE MOUNTING

(Requires RPK89)

2

 

1

B. SIDE-BY-SIDE

 

2

DOUBLE MOUNTING (Requires RPK90)

 

4

 

 

UDR800

 

1

3

 

1. SIDE MOUNT CLIPS

4

 

2. LARGE RACK EARS (RPK89)

 

3.JOINING CLIP

4.SMALL RACK EARS (RPK90)

4

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