Lark Max Support

Automatic pairing

Place the transmitter and the receiver in the charging case, and they will pair automatically.

Manual pairing

1. Turn on the transmitter and the receiver, and press and hold the pairing button on the transmitter to enter pairing mode. In this case, the transmitter status indicator light flashes quickly. 2. Turn on the [Pairing] button on the receiver [System Setting] 3. If the transmitter status indicator light turns steady blue, pairing is successful.

Turn on in the transmitter:

  1. Press the REC button on the transmitter to enable the recording function. 
  2. When recording, the transmitter REC indicator light turns steady red.
Turn on in the receiver:

  1. Enter Mic Menu from the home button on the right and switch mic option via turning the knob.
  2. Touch the REC icon to turn on the internal record in Mic1/Mic2.

TX Indicator Colour

Indicator Colours Introduction

Blue Constant: TX is connected with RX
Flashing slowly: TX is disconnected
Flashing quickly: TX is pairing
Green Constant: TX ENC on
Flashing slowly: TX ENC on but disconnected
Red Constant: TX is muted (only switchable on the RX)
Flashing:  TX low battery
Orange Flashing: TX Power OFF & Charging
Flashing and back to normal after 5s: TX Power ON & Charging
Constant: TX Power OFF & Fully Charged
Red and Blue Alternate Flashing: TX malfunctioning
Pink Constant: TX is upgrading

  • Tap the home button on the receiver then switch the Mic1 or Mic2 by turning the knob
  • Tap the mic icon to mute the corresponding mic. 

Disconnect the transmitter from the laptop and then connect it to the laptop again.

The transmitter can’t be formatted on the receiver in the following three cases:

  • The mic is recording.
  • The transmitter is connected to the PC.
  • The transmitter is disconnected from the receiver.

Suppose your phone’s camera supports volume keys to control recording and pause. In that case, you can control the recording and pause of the original camera of the phone by pressing the transmitter power button.

Connecting to iPhone
The Lark Max connects to iPhone:

1、The adaptor cable should be of Apple’s official MFI certification.2、Use 3.5mm TRS to TRRS wire to connect to the Apple official Lightning to 3.5mm adaptor as shown on the left.3、Switch the microphone to the stereo mode and set the gain to around 0dB.

Using the optional USB-C to lightning adaptor cable to connect to iPhone:

1、A direct connection is acceptable.
2、Switch the microphone to the mono mode and set the gain to around 0dB.

Connecting to Android phone
The Lark Max connects to Android phone without 3.5mm TRRS interface:

1、Use 3.5mm TRS to TRRS wire to connect to the USB-C to 3.5mm adaptor as shown on the left.
2、Samsung, Honor, and Xiaomi series phones need to use digital adaptor cables that of DAC certification.3、OPPO, VIVO, and Oneplus partial phones need to be modified on the audio setting under the settings menu.

Go to the ‘Settings’ => ‘Sound & vibration’ => ‘More audio settings’ => ‘Default device’ => and select ‘External microphone’

Connecting to phone with 3.5mm TRRS interface:

1、A direct connection is acceptable.
2、The grey head is for the phone while the black head for the reciever’s camera interface.3、Switch the microphone to the stereo mode and set the gain to around 0dB.

Using the optional USB-C to USB-C adaptor cable to connect to phone:

1、A direct connection is acceptable.
2、Switch the microphone to the mono mode and set the gain to around 0dB.


  1. When connecting to phones, make sure to turn off the Bluetooth on the phone, otherwise the sound collection performance from the microphone could be harmfully affected.
  2. The external playback function on the microphone is set to off by default, which requires the removal of receiver to playback any audio file on the phone’s speaker; to avoid the removal step, the ‘External playback’ function needs to be turned on from the receiver’s ‘General settings’.

Simply using a USB wire with at least one USB-C interface for the microphone is fine. 

The default audio file from the transmitter is of 48kHz 24bit lossless mono track WAV format which is unchangeable. The file can be exported and reformatted using professional audio software if necessary.