The DWR-R02DN Digital Wireless Receiver is a rack-
mountable wireless receiver capable of receiving two
channels from digital wireless transmitters.
This receiver enables the application of multiple channels
over unused television channels through the use of the
built-in Sony original channel plan.
What is DWX?
DWX refers to Sony's new digital wireless microphone
system. The DWX series reflects Sony's extensive
expertise in professional microphones and sound design. It
represents a successful blend of Sony know-how, wireless
technology renowned for stability, and cutting-edge digital
In addition to realizing the high sound quality possible
with a digital system, the DWX series supports multi-
channel simultaneous operation, encrypted transmission,
and metadata transmission for monitoring the status of
multiple transmitters. Using a main link and a separate
additional link, remote control of transmitters from the
receiver is also possible. With its many advanced features,
the system has the potential to revolutionize the workflow
of professional applications.
What is WiDIF-HP?
WiDIF-HP (WiDIF: Wireless Digital Interface Format,
HP: High Profile) is a wireless digital audio interface
format developed by Sony.
It enables highly secure transmission with high sound
quality and low system latency, and supports simultaneous
What is Cross Remote?
Cross Remote is a system that allows transmitters to be
monitored and controlled from a receiver and the Wireless
Studio control software installed on a computer connected
to the receiver.
For example, the settings of a transmitter worn under
clothing can be easily changed over the wireless link.
Preprogrammed wireless channel plans
for simultaneous multi-channel operation
The DWR-R02DN has many preprogrammed channel
groups, meaning combination of wireless channels to
permit simultaneous operation of multiple channels
without intermodulation. The DWR-R02DN also has
channel plans for multi-channel system using digital
wireless system with analog wireless system, making the
channel setting easier in such cases.
Building up wireless remote control
system according to system scale
Digital wireless transmitters can be remotely controlled
while checking their status on the display of the
DWR-R02DN. You can also use the supplied PC control
software to enable remote control from a PC. According to
the scale and purposes of the system, the following two
types of wireless remote control system can be built up.
ST remote system (stand-alone wireless remote
The DWR-R02DN emits control signal through the whip
antenna attached to the REM ANT connector to control the
NT remote system (network wireless remote
By adding the optional RMU-01 Remote Control Unit, up
to 82 transmitters can be controlled, enabling the multi-
channel remote control system operation. Using two or
more RMU-01 units within a system can achieve wider
Operation status monitoring and remote
control of devices via the Wireless Studio
The supplied Wireless Studio software allows you to
monitor the status of each receiver, transmitter, and RMU
used for operation, as well as change the settings for each
receiver and transmitter. By saving the setting
configurations as settings files and loading the files, you
can configure groups of settings simultaneously.
Two-channel wireless receiver
With its dual-channel receiver capability, one
DWR-R02DN can be used with two transmitters
simultaneously. Up to eight units can be connected to an
antenna in cascade, and up to 16 channels can also be
operated without an antenna divider. Furthermore, if an
optional WD-850 UHF Antenna Divider is used, a system
with more than 16 channels can be built.
Auto channel scanning functions
The DWR-R02DN comes with two auto channel scanning
functions (active channel scan function and clear channel
scan function) that allow for fast, easy and safe frequency
Three audio codec modes
Switch between audio codec modes based on your
For details, see "Setting the Audio Codec Mode (CODEC
MODE)" on page 25.