Changing the Settings on
For details on menu operation, see "Basic Menu
Operations" on page 27.
You can change the settings on the transmitter that is
paired with this receiver using the GP/CH indication (see
page 28) of the RECEIVER menu or TRANSMITTER
menu (see page 29).
Before changing the settings, be sure to set pairing
configurations in the RF REMOTE menu and enable the
wireless remote control function by setting RF REMOTE
The following shows the US model display.
Only this setting is set through the GP/CH indication of the
For details, see "Selecting the Group/Channel" on
Transmitter Name Setting
Sets the name of the transmitter.
To conserve power, this setting allows you to change the
transmitter to sleep mode using the wireless remote control
When the setting of the transmitter is changed to sleep
mode, the signal for audio transmission is stopped and the
metadata is also no longer transmitted. For this reason,
"NO DATA" appears for all items in the TRANSMITTER
menu, except for "SLEEP" in the POWER SAVE
Transmission Power Setting
You can change the transmission power of the transmitter.
Audio Input Level Setting
Allows you to change the transmitter's audio input level
This function may not be supported by some transmitters.
Change the attenuator value when the audio input level
setting of the transmitter is set to MIC.
The attenuator values that can be selected depend on the
Low-cut Filter Setting
The low-cut filter setting of the transmitter can be changed.
The frequency selection depends on the transmitter
+48 V Power Setting
The +48 V power on the transmitter can be turned on or off.
This function may not be supported depending on the
Resetting Accumulated Transmitter
The accumulated use time of the transmitter can be reset.
Internal Signal Setting
Specifies whether to generate the transmitter's internal
POWER Switch Lock Setting
Specifies whether to lock the transmitter's POWER switch.
Changing the Settings on the Transmitter