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UR-816D / UT-16GT
59508-024-04

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  • Page 1 LIGHTER SMALLER MORE POWERFUL UR-816D / UT-16GT 59508-024-04...
  • Page 2 Guitar Miniature Winds & wireless system Instruction Manual...
  • Page 3 Thank you for choosing the JTS wireless system. In order to obtain the best efficiency from the system, you are recommended to read this instruction manual carefully.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    INDEX 1. Important Caution 2. Features 3. Specification 3-1 Receiver// UR-816D 3-2 Miniature Transmitter // UT-16GT 4. Part Identification & Accessories 4-1 Receiver // UR-816D 4-2 Miniature Transmitter // UT-16GT 4-3 Accessories 5. Preparing Procedures & Basic Operation 5-1 Receiver...
  • Page 5: Important Caution

    Do not handle the power cord with wet hands! Keep the devices away from fire and heat sources. 2. Features UT-16GT provides true wireless experience to musicians. Within limited space it delivers uncompromised features. Innovative combo design good for both guitar and winds UHF PLL 16 channels...
  • Page 6: Specification

    12-18 VDC, 200mA Operation Voltage........1 Balanced XLR socket Output Connector........1 Unbalanced Ø 6.3mm phone jack Dimension(m/m)........221mm (W)* 40mm (H)* 152mm (D) 3-2 Miniature Transmitter// UT-16GT Frequency Preparation......PLL Synthesized Control Carrier Frequency Range....502~960 MHz RF Outputs..........Maximum 10mW Stability............
  • Page 7: Part Identification & Accessories

    4. Parts Identification & Accessories 4-1 Receiver// UR-816D Front panel Antenna Power On/Off Switch Power LED Channel selector RF indicator AF indicator Volume control AF OUTPUT OUTPUT CAUTION LEVEL DCV INPUT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK BALANCED DO NOT OPEN 12-18V/200mA Freq.Range Made in Taiwan UNBALANCED...
  • Page 8: Miniature Transmitter // Ut-16Gt

    4-2 Miniature Transmitter UT-16GT Power On/Mute/Off switch LED indicator for power On/Off, battery status and mute Channel selector Input gain Antenna 6.3GT plug: Jack plug 508GT: Winds microphone module (optional in some countries) 16GT Clip: Winds clip Battery Lid (Color ID): Orange / White / Gray...
  • Page 9: Accessories

    4-3 Accessories AC/DC adaptor Switching Power Supply (100~240V, 50~60Hz) Linear Power Supply (220V , 50Hz) Linear Power Supply (220V , 60Hz) AF output cable Screwdriver Sucker Holder DR-900 dual rack adaptor Option RP-900 panel cover Option Adhesive tape *2 Windscreen (Place the adhesive tape as show in picture 1 &...
  • Page 10: Preparing Procedures & Basic Operation

    5. Preparing Procedures & Basic Operation 5-1 Receiver (1) Connect to the subsequent unit (e.g. mixer, or amplifier) Connect one end of a proper AF cable to the AF Output or Balanced XLR Output socket, then plug another end to the “MIC IN” input socket of a mixer or a amplifier (Step 1) (2) Connect the power supply unit Plug in one end of AC/DC adaptor cable to Power Supply Jack in the rear panel of receiver, and plug another end into an AC outlet (Step 2)
  • Page 11: Battery Insertion Of The Transmitter

    5-2 Battery Insertion Of The Transmitter (1) Press Down the battery lid and slide it out. (2) Insert or replace with a new battery according to the polarity indication. (3) Switch the ON/MUTE/OFF switch to ON. If the battery is in good condition the LED indicator will light in Green constantly.
  • Page 12: Install The Transmitter

    5-3 Install the transmitter (1) Use the 6.3GT plug for guitar application 1. Insert the plug to the transmitter and turn it to the end. 2. Plug the transmitter into the instrument to be used. 3. Push down the transmitter towards the instrument. The step positioning mechanism will hold the transmitter firmly on the instrument.
  • Page 13 (3) Setting Levels 1. Set a common frequency for both the receiver and transmitter by turning the Channel Selector with supplied screw driver. 2. Turn the input gain control on the transmitter to a position halfway between the left and right stops.
  • Page 14: System Operation

    6. System Operation Be sure to mute the audio signal of a mixer or amplifier before turning on the receiver and transmitter. (1) Power on Turn AF level on the receiver completely counter-clockwise to the minimum level, and switch on the receiver.
  • Page 15: Rack Mounting

    7. Rack Mounting (1) Before mount receivers onto DR-900 rack adaptor, please release any cables from the rear of the receiver. (2) Turn over receiver and DR-900 rack adaptor simultaneously, there are 4 threaded holes at the bottom of receiver and rack adaptor for inserting screws. (3) Single receiver Insert in a receiver through the front of DR-900 until it is firmly attached to the rack, then screw on a RP- 900 to another side of the rack.
  • Page 16: Recommendation

    8. Recommendation (1) In order to achieve the optimum reception condition and also extend the operating distance, please leave on “open space” between the receiver and transmitter. (2) Keep the devices away from the metal objects or any interference sources at least 50 cm. (3) To avoid the feed-back effect, don’t leave the mic.
  • Page 17: Important Notice

    (2) For information on bands available in your area, consult your local dealer or phone JTS. More information is also available at JTS’ s website (www.jts.com.tw).

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