UR5
Portable Wireless Receiver
© 2011 Shure Incorporated
Printed in U.S.A.
27A14812 (Rev. 1)
ADVERTENCIA
WARNING!
LISTENING TO AUDIO AT EXCESSIVE VOLUMES CAN CAUSE PERMANENT HEARING DAMAGE.
USE AS LOW A VOLUME AS POSSIBLE.
Over exposure to excessive sound levels can damage your ears resulting in permanent noise-induced
hearing loss (NIHL). Please use the following guidelines established by the Occupational Safety Health
Administration (OSHA) on maximum time exposure to sound pressure levels before hearing damage
occurs.
90 dB SPL
at 8 hours
95 dB SPL
at 4 hours
110 dB SPL
at ½ hour
115 dB SPL
at 15 minutes
100 dB SPL
at 2 hours
105 dB SPL
at 1 hour
EL ESCUCHAR REPRODUCCIONES DE AUDIO A NIVELES EXCESIVOS DE VOLUMEN PUEDE
CAUSAR DAÑOS PERMANENTES AL OIDO. USE EL VOLUMEN MAS BAJO POSIBLE.
La exposición prolongada a niveles sonoros excesivamente intensos puede dañar los oídos y causar
una pérdida permanente del oído causada por ruidos. Respete los lineamientos dados a continuación,
los cuales fueron establecidos por la Administración de Salud y Seguridad Ocupacional (OSHA) de
los EE.UU. e indican el tiempo máximo que puede escucharse un nivel determinado de presión sonora (SPL) antes de producirse daños al oído.
120 dB SPL
Avoid or damage may occur
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The possible results of incorrect use are marked by one of the two symbols “WARNING” AND “CAUTION” - depending on the imminence of the danger and the
severity of the damage.
WARNING: Ignoring these warnings may cause severe injury or death as a result
of incorrect operation.
WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth
defects or other reproductive harm
CAUTION
• Never disassemble or modify the device, as failures may result.
• Do not subject to extreme force and do not pull on the cable or failures may result.
110 dB SPL
por 1/2 hora
115 dB SPL
por 15 minutos
100 dB SPL
por 2 horas
105 dB SPL
por 1 hora
120 dB SPL
Evítese por completo, puesto que puede
causar daños inmediatos
Los posibles resultados del uso incorrecto de este producto se denotan por medio de uno de
dos símbolos - “ADVERTENCIA” y “PRECAUCION” - según la inminencia del peligro y el grado
de severidad de los daños.
ADVERTENCIA: Si se pasan por alto estas advertencias se podría causar lesiones
graves o mortales como resultado del uso incorrecto.
PRECAUCION: Si se pasan por alto estas precauciones se podría causar lesiones moderadas y daños a la propiedad como resultado del uso incorrecto.
WARNING
• Do not attempt to modify this product. Doing so could result in personal injury and/or
product failure.
95 dB SPL
por 4 horas
PRECAUCIONES DE SEGURIDAD
CAUTION: Ignoring these cautions may cause moderate injury or property damage
as a result of incorrect operation.
• If water or other foreign objects enter the inside of the device, fire or electric shock
may result.
90 dB SPL
por 8 horas
ADVERTENCIA
• Si el agua u otros objetos extraños penetran el dispositivo, se podría causar un incendio o
sacudidas eléctricas.
• No intente modificar este producto. Hacerlo podría causar lesiones personales y/o la falla
del producto.
PRECAUCION
• Nunca desarme ni modifique el dispositivo, ya que esto podría causar fallas.
• No someta el aparato a fuerzas extremas ni tire de su cable, ya que esto podría causar
fallas.
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ACHTUNG!
MÖGLICHST GERINGE LAUTSTÄRKEPEGEL VERWENDEN.
Längerfristiges Hören bei übermäßigen Schallpegeln kann zu Hörschäden und zu permanentem, durch
Lärm verursachten Gehörverlust führen. Bitte orientieren Sie sich an den folgenden von der Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA; US-Arbeitsschutzbehörde) erstellten Richtlinien für die
maximale zeitliche Belastung durch Schalldruckpegel, bevor es zu Hörschäden kommt.
bei 90 dB
Schalldruckpegel
max. 8 Stunden
bei 95 dB
Schalldruckpegel
max. 4 Stunden
bei 110 dB
Schalldruckpegel
max. ½ Stunde
bei 115 dB
Schalldruckpegel
max. 15 Minuten
bei 100 dB
Schalldruckpegel
max. 2 Stunden
bei 105 dB
Schalldruckpegel
max. 1 Stunde
AVERTISSEMENT !
L'ÉCOUTE AUDIO À UN VOLUME SONORE EXCESSIF PEUT CAUSER DES LÉSIONS AUDITIVES
PERMANENTES. RÉGLER LE VOLUME LE PLUS BAS POSSIBLE.
Une surexposition à des volumes sonores excessifs peut causer des lésions aux oreilles entraînant
une perte auditive permanente due au bruit. Se conformer aux directives ci-dessous, établies par l'Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) pour les limites de durée d'exposition aux pressions
acoustiques (SPL) avant de risquer des lésions auditives.
SPL de 90 dB
pendant 8 heures
SPL de 110 dB pendant 1/2 heure
120 dB Schalldruckpegel
vermeiden; ansonsten können Schäden
auftreten
SPL de 95 dB
pendant 4 heures
SPL de 115 dB
pendant 15 minutes
SPL de 100 dB
pendant 2 heures
SPL de 105 dB
pendant 1 heure
SPL de 120 dB
À éviter : risque de lésions auditives
PRÉCAUTIONS DE SÉCURITÉ
SICHERHEITSVORKEHRUNGEN
Les résultats possibles d'une utilisation incorrecte sont signalés par l'un des deux symboles AVERTISSEMENT et ATTENTION - selon l'imminence du danger et la sévérité des dommages.
Die möglichen Folgen des fehlerhaften Gebrauchs, die durch eines der
beiden Symbole - „ACHTUNG“ und „VORSICHT“ - markiert sind, hängen von
der Unmittelbarkeit der bevorstehenden Gefahr und des Schweregrads der
Beschädigung ab.
AVERTISSEMENT : L'ignorance de ces avertissements peut causer des blessures graves
ou la mort suite à une utilisation incorrecte.
ATTENTION: L'ignorance de ces mises en garde peut causer des blessures modérées ou
des dégâts matériels suite à une utilisation incorrecte.
ACHTUNG: Die Nichtbeachtung dieser Warnhinweise kann schwere oder tödliche Verletzungen infolge des fehlerhaften Gebrauchs verursachen.
AVERTISSEMENT
VORSICHT: Die Nichtbeachtung dieser Vorsichtshinweise kann mittelschwere
Verletzungen oder Sachschäden infolge des fehlerhaften Gebrauchs
verursachen.
• Si de l'eau ou autres matériaux étrangers pénètrent dans l'appareil, il y a risque d'incendie ou
de choc électrique.
• Ne pas essayer de modifier ce produit. Une telle opération est susceptible d'entraîner des
blessures ou la défaillance du produit.
ACHTUNG
• Falls Wasser oder andere Fremdstoffe/-körper in das Gerät gelangen, kann es zu
Bränden oder Stromschlägen kommen.
ATTENTION
• Ne jamais désassembler ou modifier cet appareil sous peine de provoquer des défaillances.
• Nicht versuchen, dieses Produkt zu modifizieren. Ansonsten könnte es zu
Verletzungen und/oder zum Produktausfall kommen.
• Ne pas soumettre le câble à des forces extrêmes et ne pas tirer dessus sous peine de
provoquer des défaillances.
VORSICHT
• Das Gerät nie auseinanderbauen oder modifizieren, da dies zu Ausfällen führen
kann.
AVVERTENZA
• Keinen extremen Kräften aussetzen und nicht am Kabel ziehen, da dies zu
Ausfällen führen kann.
L'ASCOLTO A VOLUME ECCESSIVAMENTE ELEVATO PUÒ DANNEGGIARE L'UDITO IN MODO
PERMANENTE. MANTENETE IL VOLUME AL PIÙ BASSO LIVELLO POSSIBILE.
La sovraesposizione a livelli sonori eccessivi può danneggiare l'udito provocando una perdita di udito
permanente causata dal rumore. Si consiglia di attenersi alle seguenti direttive stabilite dalla OSHA
(Occupational Safety Health Administration) sul tempo massimo di esposizione a vari livelli di pressione sonora (SPL), oltre il quale si rischia di causare lesioni all'apparato uditivo.
90 dB di SPL
per 8 ore
95 dB di SPL
per 4 ore
110 dB di SPL
per mezz'ora
115 dB di SPL
per 15 minuti
100 dB SPL
per 2 ore
105 dB di SPL
per 1 ora
120 dB di SPL
Evitate l'esposizione per non rischiare
di danneggiare l'udito
PRECAUZIONI DI SICUREZZA
I possibili effetti di un uso errato sono contrassegnati da uno dei due simboli “AVVERTIMENTO” E “ATTENZIONE” — a seconda dell'incombenza del pericolo e della
gravità del danno.
AVVERTIMENTO: come conseguenza di un funzionamento errato, ignorare questi
messaggi può comportare lesioni personali gravi o mortali.
ATTENZIONE: come conseguenza di un funzionamento errato, ignorare questi messaggi può comportare lesioni personali di media gravità o danni alla cose.
AVVERTIMENTO:
• L'eventuale introduzione di acqua o di altri corpi estranei nel dispositivo può dare luogo
allo sviluppo di incendi o a folgorazione.
• Non tentate di modificare il prodotto. Tale operazione può causare infortuni e/o il guasto
del prodotto stesso.
ATTENZIONE
• Per evitare di provocare possibili danni, non smontate nè modificate il dispositivo.
• Per evitare di provocare possibili danni, non applicate una forza estrema sul cavo e non
tiratelo.
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ВНИМАНИЕ:
ATENÇÃO!
OUVIR O SOM COM VOLUME MUITO ALTO PODE CAUSAR DANOS PERMANENTES À
ПРОСЛУШИВАНИЕ ЗВУКА ПРИ ЧРЕЗМЕРНО ВЫСОКОЙ ГРОМКОСТИ МОЖЕТ
AUDIÇÃO. USE O VOLUME MAIS BAIXO POSSÍVEL.
A exposição a sons excessivamente altos pode danificar os ouvidos e resultar em perda per-
ПРИВЕСТИ К НЕОБРАТИМОМУ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЮ СЛУХА.ИСПОЛЬЗУЙТЕ КАК МОЖНО
de Saúde e Segurança do Trabalho dos E.U.A. (U.S. Occupational Safety Health Administra-
вам вред, вызвав необратимую потерю слуха из-за шума. Во избежание потери
БОЛЕЕ НИЗКУЮ ГРОМКОСТЬ.
manente da audição devido ao ruído. Siga as recomendações estipuladas pela Administração
Длительное воздействие звука чрезмерно высокого уровня может причинить
tion-OSHA) sobre o máximo tempo de exposição a determinados níveis de pressão sonora
слуха руководствуйтесь следующими правилами, установленными Управлением
(SPL) a fim de evitar danos à audição.
90 dB SPL
por 8 horas
95 dB SPL
por 4 horas
110 dB SPL
por ½ hora
115 dB SPL
por 15 minutos
100 dB SPL
por 2 horas
105 dB SPL
por 1 hora
120 dB SPL
Evite ou poderá ocorrer dano
MEDIDAS DE SEGURANÇA
Os possíveis resultados do uso incorreto são marcados por um de dois símbolos
- “ATENÇÃO” e “CUIDADO” - dependendo da iminência do perigo e da severidade
do dano.
TENÇÃO: Não seguir esses avisos de atenção pode causar lesão grave ou morte em
conseqüência da operação incorreta.
CUIDADO: Não seguir esses avisos de cuidado pode causar lesão moderada ou danos à propriedade em conseqüência da operação incorreta.
охраны труда (OSHA) в отношении максимального времени воздействия
различных уровней звукового давления (УЗД).
УЗД 90 дБ
8 часов
УЗД 95 дБ
4 часа
УЗД 110 дБ
1/2 часа
УЗД 115 дБ
15 минут
УЗД 100 дБ
2 часа
УЗД 105 дБ
1 час
УЗД 120 дБ
Недопустимо — ведет к повреждению слуха
УКАЗАНИЯ ПО ТЕХНИКЕ БЕЗОПАСНОСТИ
Возможные результаты неправильного использования отмечены одним из двух
знаков - «ВНИМАНИЕ» и «ОСТОРОЖНО» - в зависимости от неизбежности
опасности и серьезности повреждений.
ВНИМАНИЕ: Игнорирование этих предупреждений может привести к
серьезной травме или смерти в результате неправильной эксплуатации.
ATENÇÃO
• Incêndio ou choque elétrico pode ocorrer caso água ou objetos estranhos entrem no
dispositivo
• Não tente modificar este produto. pois pode resultar em lesão pessoal e/ou falha do
produto.
ОСТОРОЖНО: Игнорирование этих предупреждений может привести к
незначительной травме или повреждению имущества в результате
неправильной эксплуатации.
CUIDADO
• Não desmonte ou modifique o dispositivo uma vez que pode resultar em falhas.
• Não sujeite à força demasiada e não puxe o cabo pois pode resultar em falhas.
• Если в устройство попадет вода или иные посторонние предметы, это может
привести к возгоранию или поражению электрическим током.
ВНИМАНИЕ
• Не пытайтесь модифицировать это изделие. Это может привести к личной
травме и (или) поломке изделия.
ОСТОРОЖНО
• Ни в коем случае не разбирайте и не модифицируйте это устройство, поскольку
это может привести к поломке.
• Не подвергайте сильным нагрузкам и не тяните за кабель - это может привести
к поломке.
• Содержите микрофон сухим и не подвергайте его воздействию очень высоких
или низких температур и влажности.
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General Description
The UR5 is a premium portable wireless microphone receiver component, designed to provide Shure UHF-R®-class wireless technology, performance and quality for professional field and media production applications. Featuring wide-band frequency tuning, hands-on navigation, rechargeability, and a wide variety of mounting options, the UR5 is
the clearest choice for wireless portability.
Features
• Wide-band frequency tuning
• True diversity
• Balanced Output
• Variety of mounting options
• Operates with standard AA batteries or Shure SB900 rechargeable battery
Included Components
• UR5: Portable Wireless Receiver
• Shoe Mount
• TA3F to XLRM Audio Cable
• 90° SMA Adapters (2)
• 1/4 Wave Antennas (2)
• Mounting Strap
• TA3F to 3.5 mm (1/8”) Audio Cable
• Zippered Pouch
• AA Batteries (2) (except in Argentina)
• Protective Cover
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UR5 Portable Receiver
① Power Switch
Turns the portable receiver on and off.
② TA3M Jack.
For audio out.
③ 3.5 mm Headphone Jack
For monitoring audio.
④ Scan Button
Press the scan button to find the next available channel. Press and hold for two
seconds to find the group with the most available channels.
⑤ IR Window
For transferring RF settings and name to a transmitter, or copying the MTx list to
another receiver.
⑥ Battery Compartment
Install 2 AA batteries or a Shure SB900 rechargeable battery. Open by pressing the
latches on both sides and pulling outward.
⑦ Menu Buttons
Use in conjunction with the ▼▲ buttons to access the configuration menus.
⑧ ▼▲ Buttons
Use to scroll through menus, change settings, or select transmitters in MTx mode.
Can be assigned to control headphone or camera output volumes.
⑨ LCD Screen
Displays current settings and menus.
⑩ Tri-Color Battery LED
Illuminates green, amber, or red to indicate battery power. When red, change
batteries immediately.
⑪ Blue RF LED
Indicates the portable receiver is receiving a signal from the transmitter.
⑫ Detachable Antennas (2)
SMA Connectors (2)
⑬ Power Through Contacts
For powering the receiver when inserted into the Shure AFP522DC camera mount.
The receiver automatically switches to internal power when removed from the mount
or external power is lost.
⑭ Removable AA Adapter
Remove to use with a Shure SB900 rechargeable battery.
Note: To remove adapter, open door and slide adapter out. To reinstall, press the
adapter into place—there is an audible click when seated.
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Audio
Power
The UR5 can be powered by AA batteries, a Shure SB900 rechargeable battery, or
through the Shure AFP522DC camera mount.
Audio Setup
Use the following steps to connect the receiver to a camera. These steps can also
be used to connect to other devices, such as field recorders.
Standard AA Batteries
Use the AA adapter (installed in the battery compartment as shipped) when using
AA batteries.
1. Adjust the transmitter output level so that the audio level meter bars on the receiver are close to, but not at, the peak level (5th segment on the audio bar).
For the battery icon to accuratly display battery life, select the battery type from the battery menu (SYST CONF > BATTERY).
2. Check the input setting on the device to which you are connecting the receiver. Set the camera output volume on the receiver accordingly (AUDIO >
CAMERA VOL).
Note: Battery type is set to alkaline by default.
Input Setting on the Camera
SB900 Rechargeable Battery Information
When using an SB900 rechargeable battery, battery life is displayed in hours
and minutes on the home screen. The battery menu displays battery status:
SYST CONF > BATTERY
-5 dB - +10 dB)
MIC level
-36dB - -5 dB
3. Attach the supplied TA3F audio cable to the receiver camera output.
Hrs: Min Left: The number of hours and minutes of battery life left (accurate to within 15 mins)
4. Mount the receiver on the camera.
5. Connect the cable to the audio input on the camera.
Health
6. Adjust the camera input to the desired level.
Battery health displayed as a percentage
Status
Audio Settings
Displayed as percentage full and mAh
Use the audio menu (AUDIO) to adjust camera output level and headphone volume.
Temperature
CAMERA VOL
Adjusts camera output level to match the input level of the device to which you
connect the receiver.
Displayed in Celsius and Fahrenheit
Cycle Count
Displays the number of times battery has been charged
HP VOLUME
Adjusts headphone volume.
HPO MODE
Disables camera output and increases headphont output gain. Assigns ▼▲ buttons to adjust the output of headphone volume. Return to AUDIO menu to exit HPO MODE.
Battery Life
Battery Indicator
UR5 Camera Output Volume
AUX level
Approximate Hours Remaining
LED
Alkaline
Li-ION
Green
2½–5
7–13
Green
2–2½
5–7
Green
1½–2
3–5
The receiver can be configured so that the ▼▲ buttons adjust the output or headphone volume. This allows you easily adjust volume while the receiver is mounted,
without having to enter the audio menu.
Green
1–1½
2–3
Note: This setting does not apply when in MTx mode.
Amber
½–1
1–2
Red
<½
<1
Quick Access Volume Adjustment
UTILITIES > VOL. ASSIGN
CAMERA OUT
The ▼▲ buttons adjust camera output volume.
HEADPHONE
The ▼▲ buttons adjust headphone volume.
Note: Using lower-impedance earphones, different battery types, and higher gain
settings may cause the receiver battery life to be different than specified.
NONE(default)
The ▼▲ buttons do not affect volume.
Tone Generator
Access the tone generator menu to send a tone to the camera output (UTILITIES >
TONE GEN). Use the ▼▲ buttons to select tones of 100 Hz, 1 kHz, or 5 kHz. Exiting
turns off the tone generator.
Note: Audio from the transmitter is interrupted while in this menu.
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Radio Frequency (RF) Settings
SystemSetup
Transmitter Compatibility
Scan and Sync
The receiver is compatible with both UHF-R and Axient transmitters, but must be
set to the correct system mode. Select the transmitter type from the system mode
menu (SYS MODE). This configures the receiver with a compatible tonekey, audio companding, and IR sync protocol. The UR5 does not have Axient ShowLink
capabilities.
Use this procedure to set a receiver and transmitter to the same open channel.
Important! Before you begin:
• Turn off the RF on the transmitters for the systems you are setting up. (This
prevents them from interfering with the frequency scan.)
• Turn on potential sources of interference such as other wireless systems or
devices, computers, CD players, large LED panels, effects processors, and
digital rack equipment so they are operating as they would be during the
presentation or performance (so the scan will detect and avoid any interference
they generate).
Note: Changing modes removes all entries in the MTx list. You will be prompted with
the following warning: MTx MODE LIST WLL BE ERASED?.
1. Perform a group scan on the receiver by pressing and holding the scan button
for two (2) seconds. GROUP SCAN appears while the receiver scans for the best
group of frequencies in your RF environment.
UHF-R - Compatible with UHF-R transmitters.
System Mode Menu
SYST CONF > SYS MODE
Axient - Compatible with Axient transmitters.
RF Pad
2. After the scan completes, the receiver displays the best available frequency and
highlights the SET FREQ menu item. Press enter to accept the frequency and
return to the home screen.
Access the RF pad menu (RADIO > RF PAD) to attenuate antenna signal level in 1
dB increments.
3. From the receiver home screen, press enter to go to the main menu and highlight SYNC.
Scanning for an Open Channel
If you experience interference, use one of the following frequency scans to analyze
the RF environment and identify an available frequency.
4. Power on the selected UHF-R transmitter, align the IR windows, and press enter
on the receiver to begin the sync.
• Channel Scan: Press the scan button on the receiver. Finds the first available
channel.
5. SYNCING… appears on the LCD. When complete, SUCCESS appears and the
LEDs on the receiver flash. The transmitter and receiver are now tuned to the
same frequency.
• Group Scan: Press and hold the scan button for two seconds. Finds the group
with the greatest number of available channels. (Each group contains a set of
frequencies that are compatible when operating multiple systems in the same
environment.)
Multiple System Setup
When setting up multiple systems, begin by setting up the first system as follows: • Full Scan: Scans the full RF band and allows you to view the results in a
graphical display.
1. Conduct a group scan on the receiver by pressing and holding the scan button
for two seconds.
Note the group number and number of compatible frequencies.
Press enter to accept the selected frequency.
group
Full Scan
This feature scans the RF band in 25 kHz increments for all available frequencies,
first with antenna A, then with antenna B. You can then view a graphical display of
the results.
number of frequencies
1. Navigate to the full scan menu (RADIO > FULL SCAN)
2. Select RUN SCAN and press enter to initiate the full scan.
3. Once the scan is completed, select SPECTRUM from the full scan menu to view
the results.
Note: If the full scan is interrupted, no data is stored, and NO DATA displays on the
screen.
2. Sync the receiver with the transmitter. Leave the transmitter on.
Viewing Full Scan Results
Repeat the following steps for each additional system: Use the spectrum menu to display full scan results (RADIO > FULL SCAN >
SPECTRUM).
1. Manually set the receiver to the designated group.
• A cursor appears as a small arrow on the top left side of the graph.
2. Press scan once to find the next compatible frequency.
• Use the ▼▲ to move the cursor left or right
3. Sync with transmitter and leave transmitter on while setting up additional
systems.
• Press the scan button to view the frequency and dBm at the cursor location. The
dBm information is accurate within +5 dB between -100 to -5 dBm.
• Zoom in and out using the enter and exit buttons. There are views 60 MHz, 9
MHz, or 1 MHz wide.
To return to the home sreen, press the exit button repeatedly.
Note: The full scan results are retained in memory even after the receiver is powered off. For accurate results, perform a new full scan if there are changes in location or RF environment.
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Setting the Receiver to a Frequency from the
Spectrum View
Other Settings
Receiver Label
1. Use the spectrum menu to display full scan results (RADIO > FULL SCAN >
SPECTRUM).
To change the name displayed on the home screen, use the UTILITIES > RX NAME
menu. Use the ▼▲ buttons to change each character. Press the scan button to move
the cursor to the next character. Press enter to save the name.
2. Move the cursor to the desired area of the spectrum, usually one with the least
amount of interference.
3. Zoom into the 1 MHz-wide view using the enter button.
LCD Screen Display Settings
Home Screen
4. Press scan. The frequency is displayed with the following prompt: Enter to Set?.
5. Press enter to set the receiver to the diplayed frequency and return to the home
screen.
Change the appearance of the LCD from the display menu (SYST CONF >
DISPLAY).
Manual Frequency Selection
Use the ▼▲ buttons to preview the different ways of displaying information on the
home screen. Press enter to accept the selection.
To manually adjust group, channel or frequency, use the RADIO > SET FREQ
menu.
Contrast
Change the contrast of the LCD from the contrast menu (SYST CONF >
CONTRAST).
Squelch
Squelch mutes the audio output from the receiver when the transmitter tonekey RF
signal becomes low or in the presence of high RF noise. While squelch is activate,
the blue LED on the portable receiver turns off.
Use the ▼▲ buttons to set the desired contrast.
Lock Panel
WARNING: Adjusting the squelch can negatively affect RF and audio performance.
Use the default setting HIGH (NORMAL) unless absolutely necessary.
Locks UR5 Controls(UTILITIES > LOCK PANEL).
Select and press enter.
Squelch Settings
HIGH (NORMAL)
Default factory setting.
MID
Moderately decreases the signal-to-noise ratio required to squelch the receiver.
LOW
Greatly decreases the noise squelch threshold.
HIGH NO TK*
High squelch without a tonekey.
NO SQUELCH*
Turns off noise and tonekey squelch. (Used as a
debugging tool by engineers or RF coordinators to
“listen” to the RF environment.)
Restore
Resets UR5 to factory default parameters(SYST CONF > RESTORE).
Select and press enter.
* Symbol appears in display window.
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Copying an MTx List to Another Receiver
Using Multiple Transmitters with a Single
Receiver (MTx Mode)
Use COPY/PASTE to transfer the MTx list from one portable receiver to another.
1. Highlight COPY/PASTE from the MTx menu on both receivers (UTILITIES >
MTx MODE).
The MTx feature stores a list of presets, allowing you to easily switch from one
transmitter to another without having to reconfiguring receiver settings. This replaces the need to mount multiple receivers on your camera whenever you only need to
tune to one transmitter at a time.
Important: COPY/PASTE must be highlighted on both receivers.
2. Align the receiver IR windows and press enter on the source receiver (the receiver you want to copy from).
The presets are stored as entries in the MTx list. Each entry stores a name, RF
channel, and receiver camera output volume. Transmitters can be synced to entries
in the list, which transfers the entry name and RF channel settings over the IR port.
The display shows SUCCESS and the LEDs flash on both receivers after transferring the list.
To use the presets, enter MTx mode on the receiver and scroll through the MTx list
with the ▼▲ buttons to receive audio from the transmitter on that RF channel. Modifying an MTx List Entry
Multiple entries can be set to the same RF channel. This may be desired, for example, if the same transmitter will be used at different times throughout a performance
at varying volumes.
The name, frequency, and camera output volume setting can be modified for each
entry in the list.
1. Enter MTx mode (UTILITIES > MTxMODE > ENTER MODE).
Entering MTx Mode
2. Use the ▼▲ buttons to select an entry from the list.
To enter MTx mode, select UTILITES > MTx MODE > ENTER MODE. The name
and RF settings for the first entry in the MTx list are displayed.
3. Press enter to access the submenu for that entry.
If the MTx list is empty, EMPTY LIST PRESS ENTER TO ADD
CURRENTSETTINGS is diplayed. Press enter to create a new entry based on the
current receiver settings.
5. Choose a setting to modify and press enter.
4. Scroll to the MODIFY menu item and press enter.
6. Press exit to cancel changes or press enter to save changes and return to home
screen.
Exiting MTx Mode
Transmitter Name
To exit MTx mode, press enter and select EXIT MTx MODE.
CLEAR?
Removes current name.
Creating an MTx List
Scan and Create
[NAME]
Change characters using the ▼▲ buttons, scan button to go to next character
.
When creating a new list, all existing entries are overwritten.
[000.000MHz]
Press enter to select MHz, enter again to select decimal increments. Change using
the ▼▲ buttons. Use one of the following methods to add entries to the MTx list.
Frequency
This creates a new MTx list with up to 40 entries. Each entry is given an auto-generated name and assigned a compatible RF channel.
1. Perform a group scan (press and hold scan button for two seconds).
Camera Output Volume Setting
2. After the scan completes, select CREATE LIST
CAM. VOL.
This allows you to set a different output volume for each entry. Press enter to
set the level of the camera output of the receiver when tuned to the selected
MTx list entry.
3. The receiver displays the maximum number of compatible channels available for the MTx list.
Note: The maximum number for a MTx list is forty (40). 4. Use the ▼▲ buttons to choose the number of transmitters you want to add to
the list.
Removing List Entries
5. Press enter to create the list.
1. Enter MTx mode (UTILITIES > MTxMODE > ENTER MODE).
To delete a single entry: CREATING LIST… displays while the list populates. When complete, it displays
LIST DONE before returning to the home screen.
2. Use the ▼▲ buttons to select an entry from the list.
3. Press enter to access the submenu for that entry.
Add Current
4. Scroll to the DELETE menu item and press enter.
Use this method to add entries to the MTx list individually, based on the current settings of the receiver.
To delete the entire list: 1. Access the MTx menu (UTILITIES > MTx MODE)
• Tune the receiver to the desired frequency. You may also want to adjust the
reciever camera output level, as this is also stored in the list entry.
2. Scroll to the DELETE ALL menu item and press enter.
• Select ADD CURRENT from the MTx menu (UTILITIES > MTx MODE >
ADD CURRENT) and press enter.
SUCCESS is displayed upon completion.
LIST FULL displays after reaching the maximum of 40 entries.
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Syncing Transmitters to the MTx List
SPECIFICATIONS
After creating an MTx list, you can sync transmitters to the list entries. When you
sync a transmitter to a list entry, it transfers the RF setting and name of that entry to
the transmitter.
RF Carrier Range
470–952 MHz (varies by region)
Modulation
FM, ±45 kHz maximum deviation
Antenna
Rredictive Switching Diversity
Dynamic Range
>100 dBm=, A-weighted
RF Sensitivity
< -106 dBm 12dB SINAD, -88dBm 30
dB SINAD
Spurious Rejection (ref.
12dB SINAD)
>80 dB (typical)
4. Highlight the SYNC menu item.
Squelch Threshold
30 dB SINAD (±3 dB) normal setting
5. Align the receiver and transmitter IR windows and press enter to begin the sync.
Compatible Channels
Per band: 40 (band dependent)
Tuning Bandwidth
60 – 72 MHz (band dependent)
Frequency Stability
±2.5 ppm
Pilot Tone
UHF-R Mode: 32 kHz tone key pilot
Axient Mode: 28 kHz tone key pilot
Audio Frequency
Response
50Hz -16 kHz
Ultimate Quieting
>100 dBm=, A-weighted
Total Harmonic Distortion
(ref. ±20 kHz deviation @1
kHz)
<0.4% THD (typical)
Signal-To-Noise Ratio
(A-Weighted)
90 dB (typical)
Companding
Patented Shure Audio Reference
Companding
Camera Output
Electronically balanced
Configuration: mono
TA3 Maximum output power: adjustable
-35dBV to +10dBV peak
Pin Assignment:
Pin 1 = Gnd
Pin 2 = Hot
Pin 3 = Cold
Headphone Output
Adjustable Range
Configuration: Unbalanced mono
(L=R), 1/8th inch
Minimum load impedance: 9.5 ohms
Impedance: 3.5 ohm
Maximum output power: 100mW
Pin Assignment:
Tip = Hot Ring = Hot
Sleeve- Gnd
Operating Temperature
-18°C to +57°C (0°to +135° F)
Battery Life
4 hours AA Alkaline, 8 hours Shure
Rechargeable Li-ion
Net Weight
200 g (with AA batteries)
Dimensions
83 mm X 65 mm X 22 mm
Note:
• Transmitters must be from the same frequency band as the portable receiver.
• Syncing while in MTx mode does not change any of the settings on the portable
receiver.
1. Enter MTx mode (UTILITIES > MTxMODE > ENTER MODE).
2. Use the ▼▲ buttons to select an entry from the list.
3. Press enter to access the submenu for that entry.
The screen displays SYNC SUCCESS when completed.
6. Repeat for each transmitter in the list.
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UR5 Frequency Bands - ABU/EMEA
Frequency Band
Name
Range
Freq. Span (MHz) G1
470-530
60
G1E
470-530
60
H4
518-578
60
H4E
518-578
60
J5
578-638
60
J5E
578-638
60
J5HK
578-638
K4E
606-666
TA3F-to-XLRm audio cable
WA451
TA3F-to-1/8”(3.5mm) audio cable
WA461
Camera shoe mount
AFP512
Optional Accessories
Shure Rechargeable Lithium Battery
SB900
60
SBC800
60
Anton Bauer plate mount
AFP522
Anton Bauer DC plate mount
L3
638-698
60
638-698
60
M5E
694-758
64
P8
710-790
80
Q5
740-814
74
R9
790-865
75
R16
794-806
12
X1
944-952
8
Frequency Band
Name
Range
Freq. Span (MHz)
H4
518-578
60
H4E
518-578
60
H4HK
518-565
47
J5E
578-638
60
L3E
638-698
60
P9
710-787
77
R9
790-865
75
R16
794-806
12
R18
794-806
12
Frequency Band
Name
Range
Freq. Span (MHz)
MABJ
779-810
31
X2
925-932
7
MW5
Furnished Accessories
Shure 8-bay Recharging Station
L3E
UR5 Frequency Bands - SAL
ACCESSORIES AND PARTS
AFP522DC
Dimensions
83 mm
22 mm
NOTE:
This Radio equipment is intended for use in musical professional entertainment
and similar applications.
This Radio apparatus may be capable of operating on some frequencies not
authorized in your region. Please contact your national authority to obtain
information on authorized frequencies and RF power levels for wireless
microphone products.
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65 mm
CERTIFICATION
LICENSING INFORMATION
Meets essential requirements of the following European Directives:
Licensing: A ministerial license to operate this equipment may be required in certain
areas. Consult your national authority for possible requirements. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Shure Incorporated could void your authority to operate the equipment. Licensing of Shure wireless microphone equipment is the user’s
responsibility, and licensability depends on the user’s classification and application,
and on the selected frequency. Shure strongly urges the user to contact the appropriate telecommunications authority concerning proper licensing, and before choosing
and ordering frequencies.
• R&TTE Directive 99/5/EC
• WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC, as ammended by 2008/34/EC
Please follow your regional recycling scheme for electronic waste
• RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC, as ammended by 2008/35/EC
• Conforms to European Regulation (EC) No. 1275/2008, as amended.
Meets requirements of the following standards: EN 300 422 Parts 1 and 2, EN 301
489 Parts 1 and 9, EN60065.
INFORMATION TO USER
The UR5 was confirmed complaint based on use of LR6 AA alkaline batteries and
SB900 battery pack as specified in the instructions. Use of other batteries with the
equipment has not been investigated. Use of any other battery can result in risk of
fire hazards.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
Certified in Canada by IC to RSS-123.
IC: 616A-UR5A, 616A-UR5B, 616A-UR5D, 616A-UR5E
Approved under the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) provision of FCC Part 15.
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s).
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference
that may cause undesired operation of the device.
• Relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions
suivantes : (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de
l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est
susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.
• Consult the dealer.
Note: EMC conformance testing is based on the use of supplied and recommended
cable types. The use of other cable types may degrade EMC performance.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
The CE Declaration of Conformity can be obtained from Shure Incorporated or any
of its European representatives. For contact information please visit www.shure.com
The CE Declaration of Conformity can be obtained from:
Authorized European representative:
Shure Europe GmbH
Headquarters Europe, Middle East & Africa
Department: EMEA Approval
Jakob-Dieffenbacher-Str. 12,
75031 Eppingen, Germany
Phone: +49-7262-92 49 0
Fax: +49-7262-92 49 11 4
Email: EMEAsupport@shure.de
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UTILITIES
MTx MODE
ENTER MODE
ADD CURRENT
DELETE ALL
COPY/PASTE
VOL ASSIGN
exit enter sync scan
exit enter sync scan
TONE GEN
RX NAME
LOCK PANEL
SYNC
RADIO
SYST CONF
SET FREQ
SYS MODE
UHFR
FULL SCAN
RUN SCAN
SPECTRUM
SQUELCH
RF PAD
DISPLAY
CONTRAST
BATTERY
RESTORE
AUDIO
CAMERA VOL
HP VOLUME
HPO MODE
SET MODE
AXIENT
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America, Caribbean:
Shure Incorporated
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Niles, IL 60714-4608 USA
Phone: 847-600-2000
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Email: info@shure.com
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75031 Eppingen, Germany
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Email: info@shure.de
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