Behringer Sound - PA System and Microphone


Sound System Technology

Equipment Manufacturer Model
PA System   Behringer Europort MPA40BT-Pro/MPA40BT
Microphone Behringer Ultralink ULM200M
Dual-Mode USB Receiver Behriner  Ultralink ULM200D
Tripod  Pyle PSTND2

Portable PA System

Picture of Europort MPA40BT-Pro/MPA40BTPicture of back of PA system.

The Europort MPA40BT-PRO/MPA40BT is an "all-in-one, portable 40-Watt PA system with Bluetooth connectivity, batter operation, and a transport handle,". The PA system has a 2-way speakers and a rechargeable battery lasting up to 12 hours. Additionally, the system features a 2-channel mixers, 2-band equalizer, Bluetooth for streaming audio directly from an iOS device, and connectivity to the Behringer ULM digital microphones. 


Picture of controls in PA System

  1. INST/MIC IN: Combo jacks. Connecting the wireless microphone system disables these combo jacks. 
  2. MIC 1/MIC 2: Knobs that control either the INST/MIC IN or the wireless MIC 1/MIC 2 jacks.
  3. RCA: Accepts inputs from auxillary sources. Auxillary signal will be merged with Bluetooth signal.
  4. BT/AUX Level: Knob that controls the gain for Bluetooth and auxillary signal from the RCA. 
  5. Wireless System: Where the USB is inserted to connect to the Behringer wireless microphones. 
  6. LEDs: Indicate wireless microphone signal input. Connecting the wireless microphone disables MIC 1/MIC 2 combo jacks. 
  7. Battery Level: Monitors the battery level after system is unplugged from an outlet.
  8. Power Source: Where the included IEC cable goes. 
  9. Power: Switch that turns the system on and off. 
  10. Bass: Knob adjusts low frequencies in sound. 
  11. Treble: Knob adjusts high frequencies in sound. 
  12. Main Level: Knob controls overall volume. 


Below is a picture of items that can be connected to the PA system and which jacks those items can be plugged into. 

Picture of different hook-ups to the system.Picture of hook-ups for system.

Setting Up

  1. Place the system in the designated area. 
  2. Connect the PA system to a power outlet using the IEC power cable. 
  3. Once the system is plugged in, turn all the "LEVEL" knobs and the "MAIN LEVEL" knob down to zero, turning the knob in a counter-clockwise direction. 
    1. Picture of the knobs that need to be turned before connecting cables to input jacks.
  4. Connect the analog microphones, instruments, or RCA cables into respective input jacks.
  5. Turn on the system by pressing the "POWER" switch to the "on" position. 

Wireless Microphone Set-Up

  1. Once the PA system is plugged in and the power is turned on, plug in the wireless dongle into the "Wireless System" USB input. 
    1. Picture of where to plug in the USB port.
  2. The "Wireless System LEDs" will light up once the wireless microphones become active.
  3. While speaking into each microphone, slowly rotate the MIC 1 and/or MIC 2 knobs clockwise until you find a clean, clear sound. If a microphone signal sounds distorted, continue rotating the knob counter clockwise until the sound cleans up. 
    1. Picture of knob to turn to get a clear sound.

Instrument Plug-In/Volume Adjustments

  1. If you have an instrument plugged into the MIC 1/MIC 2 channels, play the instrument and slowly rotate that channel's level knob clockwise until you find an acceptable level. 
    1. Picture of the knob to turn if you have an instrument plugged in to get better sound.
  2. If you have an instrument or other external sound device plugged into one of the jacks, adjust the volume on the instrument or sound source 
  3. Balance all the audio channels against each other by adjusting each channel's respective level knob until you find an acceptable mix. 
  4. Adjust the Bass and Treble controls if the overall sound needs more low or high frequencies.
  5. Make final adjustments to the Main Level knob. 

Bluetooth Set-Up

  1. After the PA system is plugged in and turned on, press and hold the "BT/AUX" pairing button until the LED flashes quickly. 
    1. Picture of the pairing button to press to connect bluetooth to system.
      1. Pairing button to press 
    2. Picture of where the LED lights on the PA system should flash or stay steady.
  2. Open Bluetooth on your phone or other device and turn it on to pair and connect to PA system. 
    1. Devices with Bluetooth 2.0 and above will not require a PIN code. 
      1. If your device requires a PIN code, enter the code: 0000 
  3. When the LED light stops flashing and is steady, you can begin playing music from your Bluetooth device. 
  4. While playing music from your Bluetooth device, turn the BT/AUX level knob to the 50% position. 
    1. Picture of the 50% position to turn the BT/AUX to after Bluetooth pairing.
  5. After turning the BT/AUX knob to the 50% position, slowly rotate the Main Level knob clockwise until you get a comfortable listening level.
    1. Picture of the main level knob to turn after connecting to Bluetooth.

Charging the Battery 

The MPA40BT-PRO/MPA40BT has a rechargeable, internal battery that can power continuous audio playback for up to 8 hours. Before using the system for the first time, make sure it's fully charged.

  1. The charge the battery, turn off the system by pressing on the power switch. 
  2. Connect to an AC power outlet. 
  3. Keep the system plugged in until the 100% LED bettery status lights up. 
    1. Picture of the 100% battery light that should light up when fully charged.

Tripod Set-Up

Below is a picture of what the Behringer system should like when set-up on the Pyle tripod.  

Picture of speaker on tripod

Wireless Microphones

Picture of the wireless microphones with the USB.

The Ultralink ULM200USB/ULM202USB is a digital wireless system with 2 handheld microphones and a USB receiver. 


Picture of the controls of the mic and USB.

  1. Power status LED
  2. Down volume button (mute and volume down button) 
  3. Up volume button (power on, unmute, and volume up button) 
  4. USB connector 
  5. Wireless link status LED 

Setting Up 

  1. Connect the wireless receiver USB to the USB connector on wireless-enabled Behringer mixers, powered speakers, other compatible products, or to a USB port on a computer. 
  2. Press and hold the up volume button on the wireless microphone to wirelessly connect the microphone to the USB. 
    1. The power status LED on the microphone will flash slowly while connecting to the USB. The light will stop flashing and remain steady once connected to the USB. 
    2. If the microphone cannot connect to a receiver, the microphone will automatically power down after 10 seconds. 
  3. Once the microphone is connected, it will be set at a medium volume. Use the up and down arrow buttons on the microphone to adjust the volume. 
  4. Pressing the down arrow button on the microphone for a long time will put the microphone into mute.
    1. The microphone being in mute is indicated by rapid flashing of the LED. 
    2. If the microphone isn't unmuted within 60 seconds, the microphone will power down to save battery life. 
    3. Pressing the up arrow button will unmute the microphone. 
      1. If the microphone is unmuted more than 10 seconds after muting, it will return to the previous volume level.
      2. If the microphone is unmuted less than 10 seconds after muting. it will be set to the minimum volume level. 
  5. Unplug the USB from the device it's connected to to power down the microphone.
    1. The microphone will power down 10 seconds after the USB is removed from the device. 
  6. The LED on the microphone will indicate when the battery is low by regular brief flashes. 
  7. If the microphone somehow gets unpaired from the USB, the microphone can be paired again from the powered down stated by simultaneously pressing the up and down arrow buttons and move the microphone within 4 inches of the USB. 
    1. The LED on the microphone will flash slowly during pairing process and will turn steady once connected. 
    2. If the microphone cannot pair to the receiver, it will automatically power down after 10 seconds.

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