Exchanging the encryption key
The receiver searches for a transmitter that it has been
paired with. After the receiver detects the transmitter,
the transmitter exchanges the encryption key with the
receiver and encrypted transmission begins.
When the RF REMOTE function (see page 27) is off,
encryption key exchange cannot be carried out.
Using Password Mode
Set this mode when multiple transmitters are paired with
multiple receivers for encrypted transmission.
If the transmitters and receivers are set with the same user-
designated password, the audio signal can be decoded. This
mode is useful when multiple transmitters and receivers are
used as a single group, or when the audio signal from one
transmitter is received by multiple receivers at the same time.
In the RECEIVER menu, rotate the jog dial to move
the cursor to ENCRYPTION indication, and then
press the dial.
Rotate the jog dial to select PASSWORD, and then
press the dial.
Enter a password of up to 8 characters on the receiver.
Rotate the jog dial to move the cursor to select the
character that you want to enter. And then, press the
dial to add the selected character to the end of the
To delete the last character in the current password
Rotate the jog dial to select BS, and then press the dial.
Note that the adding or deleting a character in the
middle of the password cannot be done.
To cancel entering the password
Rotate the jog dial to select CANCEL, and then press
After entering the characters, rotate the jog dial to
move the cursor to select OK, and then press the dial.
Set the encrypted transmission function on the
transmitter to PASSWORD.
On the transmitter, set the same password that was set
on the receiver.
For details on transmitter operations, refer to the
operating instructions supplied with the transmitter.
It is recommended that you change the password periodically.
Setting the Audio Codec
This receiver has three audio codec modes. Switch
between them based on your operational needs.
MODE1: This audio codec mode is compatible with the
first generation DWX series. When the reception
frequency is set to Type B, MODE1 is selected
MODE2: This audio codec mode reduces the delay time.
The delay time becomes 1.5 ms with DWR-R02DN analog
MODE3: This audio codec mode prioritizes stable
transmission performance. The delay time becomes 4.0 ms
with DWR-R02DN analog output.
In MODE2, the delay time becomes 1.5 ms when analog
signals are output using this receiver in combination with
Digital Wireless Transmitter DWT-B01N (sold
separately) and Digital Wireless Microphone DWM-02N
(sold separately). The amount of delay increases by
approximately 1 ms during digital output because the built-
in sampling rate converter operates.
Press the RECEIVER button to select the RECEIVER
Rotate the jog dial to move the cursor to the CODEC
MODE indication, and then press the dial.
Rotate the jog dial to move the cursor to the audio
codec mode indication that you want to select, and
then press the dial.
If there is a transmitter paired with this receiver at that
time, the audio codec mode of the transmitter is also
switched at the same time.
For details on pairing, see "Pairing With a Transmitter
(PAIRING)" on page 27.