The DWT-B01N body-pack transmitter forms part of the DWX series system, offering high-quality full-digital operation, shorter audio latency, and more reliable RF transmission mode — ideal for a variety of high-quality applications, including broadcast studio, theater, and live sound.
The DWX series system delivers superb-quality wireless transmission of 24-bit digital audio. Thanks to its improved codec and new hardware, it can provide higher sound quality with lower audio latency.
The DWX series works with Sony control software Wireless Studio for PC and Wireless Studio Mobile for smartphones* to give users flexible control of the system. Remote control of up to 82 transmitters can be achieved using the Cross Remote™ function combined with the RMU-01 remote control unit.
Three codec modes designed for wide variety of applications
MODE1 for compatibility with DWX series applications, MODE2 with higher quality sound and low latency ideal for theater, tour and broadcast applications, and MODE3 with more reliable RF transmission ideal for speech applications.
Low audio latency and high quality sound
MODE2 provides higher quality sound with a 96kHz sampling rate and very low audio latency of 1.5 msec**.
Compatibility with DWX series
MODE1 operation provides the same high quality, reliability and audio latency as the previous DWX series version.
Wireless Studio Mobile software gives users remote control of the DWX series system via a smartphone.
* Wireless Studio Mobile supported OS: iOS Ver.8.0 or later and Android Ver.4.1 or later. Operation is not guaranteed on all smartphones.
**Analog out, 2.5 msec for digital out
Wide frequency coverage with choice of channels available
The extra wide switching bandwidth covers a wide area, with a wide choice of channels available across multiple models—please refer to product specifications for more information.
- 21: 470.025 MHz to 542.000 MHz (TV-21 to TV-29 channels) 25 kHz steps
- 33: 566.025 MHz to 630.000 MHz (TV-33 to TV-40 channels), 25 kHz steps
- 42: 638.025 MHz to 710.000 MHz (TV-42 to TV-50 channels), 25 kHz steps