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Sony Corporation
Printed in Japan
Digital Wireless
The supplied CD-ROM includes Operating Instructions for the DWR-R01D Digital
Wireless Receiver (English, Japanese, French, German, Italian, and Spanish
versions) and the frequency lists (English and Japanese versions) in PDF format.
For more details, see "Using the CD-ROMs" on page 10.

Operating Instructions

Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly
and retain it for future reference.
© 2010 Sony Corporation
4-177-125-17 (1)


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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    4-177-125-17 (1) Digital Wireless Receiver The supplied CD-ROM includes Operating Instructions for the DWR-R01D Digital Wireless Receiver (English, Japanese, French, German, Italian, and Spanish versions) and the frequency lists (English and Japanese versions) in PDF format. For more details, see “Using the CD-ROMs” on page 10.
  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions • Read these instructions. • Keep these instructions. • Heed all warnings. • Follow all instructions. • Do not use this apparatus near water. • Clean only with dry cloth. • Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Page 3 Use of Sony wireless devices is regulated by the Industry residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, Canada as described in their Radio Standard Specification and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed RSS-123.
  • Page 4 Le bureau de l’Industrie Canada doit être contacté. this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this Lorsque le fonctionnement de l’appareil respecte les device must accept any interference received, including limites de la bande de radiodiffusion, la licence est interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 5 Sony Corporation erklærer herved at utstyret DWR-R01D Con la presente Sony Corporation dichiara che questo er i samsvar med de grunnleggende krav og øvrige DWR-R01D è conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF. disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE.
  • Page 6 Klientidele Euroopas Za stranke v Evropi Sony Corporation kinnitab käesolevaga seadme DWR- Sony Corporation izjavlja, da je ta DWR-R01D v skladu z bistvenimi zahtevami in ostalimi relevantnimi R01D vastavust 1999/5/EÜ direktiivi põhinõuetele ja določili direktive 1999/5/ES. nimetatud direktiivist tulenevatele teistele asjakohastele sätetele.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Display of the Power Save Setting Table of Contents (POWER SAVE)....... 31 Display of the Transmission Power Setting Features ............9 (RF POWER) ........31 Using the CD-ROMs ........10 Display of Audio Input Level (INPUT Supplied CD-ROM “Wireless Studio” ..10 LEVEL) ..........
  • Page 8 Low-cut Filter Setting (LCF)...... 36 +48 V Power Setting (+48V)...... 36 Resetting Accumulated Transmitter Use Time (TIME) ........36 Internal Signal Setting (INTERNAL SG)... 36 POWER Switch Lock Setting (PWR SW LOCK)..........36 Block Diagram ...........37 When the Alert Indicator Lights ....38 Error Messages .........39 Troubleshooting ........40 Important Notes on Operation ....41...
  • Page 9: Features

    Digital wireless transmitters can be remotely controlled while checking their status on the display of the DWR- The DWR-R01D Digital Wireless Receiver is a rack- R01D. You can also use the supplied PC control software mountable wireless receiver capable of receiving two to enable remote control from a PC.
  • Page 10: Using The Cd-roms

    Rack mounting Supplied CD-ROM “Wireless Studio” The DWR-R01D can be mounted in an EIA standard 19- inch rack (1U size). Solid all-in-one structure is adopted on the screw brackets and side panels. The supplied CD-ROM “Wireless Studio” includes the following files.
  • Page 11: Supplied Cd-rom "digital Wireless Receiver

    Note If you have lost or damaged the CD-ROM, you can Verify and if necessary, change the location where the purchase a new one from your Sony dealer or Sony service software is installed. counter. To change the location, click “Change...” and change the location where the software is installed.
  • Page 12: Parts Identification

    Parts Identification Front Panel 1 POWER switch 2 UTILITY button 3 Monitor indicators d VOLUME control 1 Display (see page 13) 5 PHONES terminal 2 Controls (see page 14) a POWER switch Turns the receiver on or off. Set to the \ position to turn the receiver on. Set to the a position when turning off the main power supply.
  • Page 13 1 Display The contents of the display before the DWR-R01D enters menu operation (top display) are described below. Since the top display shows information contained in the metadata sent from the transmitter as well as the receiver settings and status, this can be used for operation monitoring.
  • Page 14 2 Controls H: transmitting at 50 mW M: transmitting at 10 mW The control areas for channel 1 and channel 2 are identical. L: transmitting at 1 mW 1 ALERT indicator For details on changing the transmitter settings, see 2 Jog dial “Changing the Settings on the Transmitter”...
  • Page 15: Rear Panel

    DWR-R01D. una tensione eccessiva in questa porta. Seguire le Use the following type of cable when: istruzioni per questa porta. Directly connecting the computer and the DWR-R01D: PRECAUCIÓN Cross cable • No toque el conector LAN directamente con las manos.
  • Page 16 These connectors output the signals input from the ANTENNA a/b IN connectors. Using these connectors, For details, see “Antenna attenuator setting (ANT ATT a/ you can connect up to eight of DWR-R01D units in b)” on page 33. cascade. Notes g REM ANT (ST remote system antenna) •...
  • Page 17: Preparation

    Foot Attach the feet into the holes on this unit, and then fix the feet by pushing the pins into the holes on the feet. To install the DWR-R01D in the rack, be sure to remove the attached feet. Preparation...
  • Page 18: System Configuration Examples

    BNC connectors into the front panel from the back side, and secure the nuts on the front side. DWR-R01D 1 to 41 1 to 3 1 to 41 Sony digital 1 to 82...
  • Page 19 Use commercially available BNC cables (50 Ω, 60 cm or longer) to connect the antenna mounts with BNC connectors to the ANTENNA a/b IN connectors on the rear panel of the unit. Rear panel attachment Attach the supplied whip antennas to the ANTENNA a/b IN connectors on the rear panel.
  • Page 20: Configuration Example Of Multi-channel System

    2) Up to 41 DWR-R01D units can be used by incorporating optional WD-850 units. 3) When connecting DWR-R01D units in cascade, set ANT ATT a/b to “0dB” and ANT DC OUT to “OFF” on any DWR-R01D unit that is not directly connected to the antenna.
  • Page 21 Usage Example of Antenna Divider Example of a system that connects a total of 41 units (82 channels) in cascade via a separately sold WD-850 UHF antennas WD-850 (sold separately) System Configuration Examples...
  • Page 22 This system divides the master word clock signal with a divider, and then connects to each device. For digital audio output to be performed correctly, it is Set the 75 Ω termination switches of all DWR-R01D units necessary to connect a device incorporating a sampling to ON.
  • Page 23: Configuration Example Of St Remote System

    Note In the ST remote system, each DWR-R01D unit uses one channel of radio wave. When more transmitters are used in the system, communication congestion may occur, resulting in slow response on the controlled devices. If you plan to use six or more transmitters, operation in NT remote system using the optional RMU-01 is recommended.
  • Page 24: Configuration Example Of Nt Remote System

    Mixer or I/O box To a wall outlet 1) When 41 DWR-R01D units are used, up to 82 transmitters can be used. 2) Up to nine RMU-01 units can be installed to expand the NT remote operation area. 3) Up to 41 DWR-R01D units can be used by incorporating optional WD-850.
  • Page 25: Setting The Receiving Channel

    About operation when using with dedicated digital channel plan For details on groups and channels, refer to “Sony Digital Wireless Microphone System Frequency Lists” on the When performing multi-channel operation with a channel supplied CD-ROM “Digital Wireless Receiver.”...
  • Page 26: Using The Clear Channel Scan Function

    Rotate the jog dial to select CONTINUE, and then transmitter’s channel. press the dial. Note If a Sony digital wireless frequency within the group is not found by the second try, scanning is cancelled. Using the Clear Channel Scan Function This function searches for a channel that is not being used by another wireless device or by a TV station.
  • Page 27: Using The Encrypted Transmission Function

    This receiver is capable of receiving scrambled signals Note from Sony digital wireless transmitters. This function When the RF REMOTE function (see page 31) is off, prevents hacking of the signal. encryption key exchange cannot be carried out.
  • Page 28: Menu Displays And Detailed Settings

    UTILITY menu Menu Displays and BAND Detailed Settings ANT ATT a ANT ATT b ANT DC OUT AUDIO SYNC SOURCE Menu Structure and Hierarchy DELAY ADJUST NETWORK RECEIVER NAME Menu structure IP ADDRESS SUBNET MASK The receiver has four kinds of menu, as follows: RECEIVER menu ALERT FUNCTION RF LOW...
  • Page 29: Receiver Menu

    Rotate the jog dial to change the setting. RECEIVER Menu Press the jog dial to enter the setting. For details on menu operation, see “Basic Menu Operations” on page 28. Use this menu to set the digital wireless receiver functions (the main functions of this receiver).
  • Page 30: Transmitter (transmitter Virtual Menu

    Transmitter” on page 36. 1/2 connectors. MIC: Selects the microphone level (reference level: –58 The Sony digital wireless transmitter sends not only digital audio signals, but also various other information dBu). LINE: Select the line level (reference level: –12 dBu).
  • Page 31: Display Of Accumulated Transmitter Use Time (time)

    A software update may be necessary to enable proper functioning. For details on software updates, Display of the Low-cut Filter Setting contact your Sony service representative. (LCF) For details on transmitter software versions that are compatible with this receiver, see “Transmitter software The low-cut filter setting of the transmitter is displayed.
  • Page 32 Using the Cross Remote with a previous For details on how to operate the transmitter, refer to pairing the operating instructions supplied with the transmitter. If the wireless remote control condition icon is displayed on the top display of the receiver when the power of the Rotate the jog dial to select YES, and then press the transmitter is ON, use is possible as is.
  • Page 33: Utility Menu

    This item can be set independently for each of the ANTENNA IN connectors. 0dB/5dB/10dB Note When connecting DWR-R01D units in cascade, set ANT ATT a/b to “0dB” on any DWR-R01D unit that is not directly connected to the antenna. DC power supply setting for antennas (ANT DC OUT) Sets the power supply for the antennas connected to the ANTENNA a/b IN connectors.
  • Page 34: Using Password Mode (password)

    OFF. Note When connecting DWR-R01D units in cascade, set ANT Items Related to Network DC OUT to “OFF” on any DWR-R01D unit that is not (NETWORK submenu) directly connected to the antenna. Items Related to Audio (AUDIO...
  • Page 35: Items Related To Display (display Submenu)

    Low receiving signal quality ALWAYS ON: The display stays on at the brightness (QL LOW) level set with the BRIGHTNESS function. Specifies whether to display a warning via the ALERT indicator when the quality of the received signal is low. ON/OFF Resetting Parameters to Their Factory Settings...
  • Page 36: Low-cut Filter Setting (lcf)

    “NO DATA” appears for all items in the TRANSMITTER Changing the Settings on menu, except for “SLEEP” in the POWER SAVE indication. the Transmitter Transmission Power Setting (RF POWER) For details on menu operation, see “Basic Menu You can change the transmission power of the transmitter. Operations”...
  • Page 37: Block Diagram

    Block Diagram Divider Digital wireless tuner 1 Digital Signal Processing Digital wireless tuner 2 Terminate 75 ohms Divider Block Diagram...
  • Page 38: When The Alert Indicator Lights

    When the Alert Indicator Lights Indication of Other Indicators Cause of Alert Remedy The AF/PEAK indicator is lit in The audio input of the transmitter has Change the audio input attenuator of the red. exceeded the peak level. transmitter so that the input level does not exceed the peak.
  • Page 39: Error Messages

    Error Messages Message Meaning PLL UNLOCK PLL is unlocked. FAN STOP Cooling fan does not work. PHONES OVER CURRENT Audio output from the PHONES terminal exceeds the maximum allowable current, or the terminal has short-circuited. ANTENNA OVER CURRENT DC outputs from the ANTENNA IN connectors exceed the maximum allowable current, or the connectors have short-circuited.
  • Page 40: Troubleshooting

    Two or more transmitters are set to the same It is not possible to use two or more transmitters that channel. are set to the same channel. Refer to the Sony digital wireless frequency lists included in the supplied CD-ROM “Digital Wireless Receiver” and reset the transmitter channel.
  • Page 41: Important Notes On Operation

    Keep the receiver as far from such equipment as possible or use buffering material. The use of portable telephones and other communication devices near the DWR-R01D may result in malfunction On cleaning and interference with audio signals. It is recommended that portable communication devices near the DWR- R01D be turned off.
  • Page 42: Specifications

    Note Power consumption Always verify that the unit is operating properly before 22 W use. SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES Operating temperature OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED 0 to 50 °C (32 to 122 °F) TO, COMPENSATION OR REIMBURSEMENT ON...
  • Page 43: Carrier Frequencies And Channel Steps

    Carrier Frequencies and Channel Steps Underlined items are the factory setting. US models Channel step: 25 kHz Model No. Frequency band Frequency Group/channel (factory setting) TV14-17 470.125 - 493.875 MHz U1424 TV18-21 494.125 - 517.875 MHz 00 1801 494.125 MHz TV22-25 518.125 - 541.875 MHz TV30-33...
  • Page 44 Carrier Frequencies and Channel Steps...

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