The contents of the display before the DWR-R02DN 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.
The display contents of receiver channel 1 and 2 are the same. The display of receiver channel 1 is used for illustration
1 QL meter
0 RF indicator
qa RF level meters
qs Antenna selection indication
a QL (signal quality level) meter
Indicates the quality of data that is received.
This meter allows you to monitor RF signal deterioration
that may occur when there is signal interference or when
the transmitter is too far from the receiver.
b Receiver channel number
Indicates the receiver channel number.
c 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 27) is
off, this indication does not appear.
d Digital output sync indication
Indicates sync status of the signal output from the
DIGITAL OUT connectors.
INT: Output signal is in sync with the internal clock.
EXT: Output signal is in sync with the signal input from
the WORD SYNC IN connector.
2 Receiver channel number
9 Reception channel information
3 Cross Remote condition indication
4 Digital output sync indication
5 Audio level meter
6 AF/PEAK indicator
7 Transmission power indication
8 Battery indication
e Audio level meter
Indicates the level of audio signal input to the transmitter.
The segments indicating below the reference input level of
the transmitter appear dimly.
When "MIC" is set for the reference input level on the
transmitter: Segments indicating –36 dBFs or below
When "LINE" is set for the reference input level on the
transmitter: Segments indicating –20 dBFs or below
For details on disabling the peak display, see "AF Peak
Level Hold Duration Setting (AF PEAK HOLD)" on
f AF/PEAK (audio signal peak) indicator
Lights up green when the audio signal exceeding reference
level is input to the transmitter.
Lights up red when the audio signal exceeding –3 dBFs is
input to the A/D converter on the transmitter.
g Transmission power indication
Indicates the current transmission power setting. This
setting can be changed in the TRANSMITTER menu (see
H: transmitting at 50 mW
M: transmitting at 10 mW
L: transmitting at 1 mW