How To Change Wireless Channels On AmpliVox PA Systems





The interactive transcript could not be loaded.



Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Dec 30, 2016


AmpliVox employs a 16 Channel UHF wireless receiver on many of its PA systems to help you enjoy the convenience of reliable wireless voice reinforcement.

Here is how to sync and change channels between your AmpliVox receiver and wireless microphone.

1. First, turn on the wireless receiver and your wireless microphone with built-in transmitter

2. Next, hold the button on the mic close to the receiver and push the Auto Select Channel (ASC) button. The IR light will flash momentarily and then stop showing that the microphone has now synced channels with the receiver

3. Or, you can manually change the channel by removing the microphones battery storage compartment cover and using the select button.

If you are using an AmpliVox headset or lapel mic with bodypack transmitter you will need to use the small screwdriver that’s included with the transmitter using it to turn the small dial that’s on the side of the transmitter.

By rotating the dial you can match the arrow on the dial to the number that corresponds with the channel number on the receiver.

If while using the PA system and you encounter static on your chosen frequency simply change channels on the receiver and then synced the microphone in the manner just shown for either handheld mic or lapel or headset mic with body transmitter.

Extend your voice with AmpliVox


When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next

to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...