For details on how to operate the transmitter, refer to
the operating instructions supplied with the
Rotate the jog dial to select YES, and then press the
The receiver starts searching for transmitters and then
displays the names of transmitters with which pairing
During the search, pressing any operation key on the
receiver will cancel pairing mode.
Rotate the jog dial to select the transmitter to be paired
with from among those indicated, and then press the
dial to enter the setting.
The receiver starts to communicate with the selected
transmitter and the wireless remote control condition
appears in the display. The condition level (indicated
) goes up and the remote control function
If the receiving channel (CH) configured on the receiver is
a channel for which use with the wireless remote control
function is restricted on the transmitter side, the
UNMATCH screen appears.
In such cases, change the receiving channel on the
receiver. If you want to use the restricted channel, set
REMOTE to OFF in the transmitter's menu to release the
channel restriction, and manually configure the
On Cross Remote condition indication
Indicates the signal transmission condition of the wireless
remote control function (four levels).
: Good transmission
: Somewhat good transmission
: Somewhat poor transmission
: Poor transmission
: Unable to communicate with paired transmitter
When the wireless remote control function (see page 31) is
off, this indication does not appear.
RF REMOTE Menu
Using the Cross Remote with a previous
If the wireless remote control condition icon is displayed
on the top display of the receiver when the power of the
transmitter is ON, use is possible as is.
If the icon is not displayed, check whether the RF
REMOTE setting of the transmitter or receiver is set to
• When you set the wireless remote control function to
ON, the transmitter will communicate with the receiver
to which it was previously paired. To use the RF
REMOTE function with another transmitter, you must
perform the pairing procedure again for that transmitter.
• Pairing with multiple transmitters is not possible.
• Even if pairing was performed in an ST remote system,
pairing needs to be performed again to use the wireless
remote control in an NT remote system.
The following transmitter settings can be
performed when pairing is established:
• Group/channel setting
• Transmitter name setting
• Power save setting
• RF transmission power setting
• Audio input level setting
• Attenuator setting
• Low-cut filter setting
• +48V setting
• Resetting accumulated transmitter use time
• Internal signal setting
• POWER switch lock setting
For details on the transmitter settings, see "Changing the
Settings on the Transmitter" on page 36.
Cancelling the Cross Remote
In the RF REMOTE menu, select RF REMOTE, and then
Notes on the Cross Remote
The wireless remote control function on the receiver uses
the 2.4 GHz band and may thus be subject to interference
from other devices.
• When pairing fails ("Pairing fail" is displayed), carry out
pairing again. Successful communication between the
transmitter and the receiver has not occurred within a
given amount of time. Pairing may be harder to do when
another receiver is engaged in pairing nearby.
• When it becomes hard to use the remote control, the
remote control may be improved by switching the RF
REMOTE function off, then on again, and then re-
pairing with the transmitter (change to a channel with