Windows installation instructions for MS-UNIVERSAL-WIRELESS-KIT (Note: if you are using Windows XP, please text 609.491.2844 for assistance)

Please complete the following steps to setup and use your wireless microphone system:

1 - Open the case and remove the transmitters from the case (the transmitters are the modules on the left side of the box that slide out easily. The receivers are on the right side of the box and have antennas attached - do not remove these unless you need to change the channel on the receiver). We have pre-installed standard Alkaline batteries into the transmitters. We recommend using rechargeable batteries for longer run time. This will also save money in the long run:

2 - Fold the A/C adapter and power cord out of the case and unwrap the Velcro strap. Plug the A/C adapter into a standard wall outlet or power strip. The lights on the receivers will turn on either red or green. Allow the receivers to charge for at least 4 hours before continuing with the next step. DO NOT attempt to turn on the receivers if the A/C adapter is plugged in already.

3 - If the microphones were not pre-installed on the transmitters, please do so by placing the microphone gently onto the transmitter connector and rotate the microphone until it drops down onto the connector. After it drops down, push it down firmly onto the connector until it locks in with a click. To remove a microphone from a transmitter, slide the spring-loaded ring on the microphone up and gently pull the microphone straight off the transmitter.

4 - Turn each transmitter on by holding down the power/mute button on the top panel until it turns green. If you need to mute any of the transmitters at any time, pressing the power button once will turn the LED red and mute the microphone. Press it again to unmute it. To turn off a transmitter, hold the button down until the light goes off.

5 - Unplug the power cord. Turn each of the receivers on by holding down the power button on the top panel. You will need to hold the button down for a few seconds until the power light turns green. Plug the power cord back in. To turn off a receiver, hold the power button until the light goes out.

6 - Confirm that the stereo/mono button is depressed on the mixer. All of the other buttons should be "up". The "MIX" knob should be all the way down, in the 7 o'clock position. Start with each "GAIN" knob in the 12 o'clock position. Put the "MAIN OUT" in the 9 o'clock position and "PHONES" knob in the 12 o'clock position

7 - (first time only) On your computer, open a web browser, go to and install the driver program. Restart your computer. Eclipse users only: Please install the Behringer drivers per the included instructions.

8 - Connect the USB cable between the USB connector on the rear corner of the box and a USB port on your computer as follows: If you are using Eclipse or another multitrack recording program, plug the USB cable into the port labeled with the letter "E". If you are using Case Catalyst or any other CAT program that does NOT record multiple tracks, plug the USB cable in the port the is no labeled.

9 - Place your transmitters around the room wherever you want them, staying within 150 feet. Adjust the level of each microphone on the mixer to give you strong, but not distorted, sound quality in your headphones. The "CLIP" lights should just barely flicker when someone speaks loudly. In your CAT program, it is important that you reference the recording level indicator at the bottom of the screen to set your "MAIN OUT" level. The waveform (or recording level indicator) in your CAT program should be green and yellow when your subjects are talking. If the colors change to red occasionally, that’s OK, but you do not want it to be red very often. This would produce a distorted recording. If you want to monitor your recording, plug headphones into the headphone jack and adjust the headphone level control as needed.

10 - When you are finished using the system, remember to turn off the transmitters and receivers.