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DWX Gen3 Digital Wireless Series. Rock-solid reliability in any audio environment

Join the revolution in wireless microphone technology. The DWX digital wireless audio system brings dependable UHF operation into the digital domain. Enjoy superbly stable sound with four codec modes, high-density multi-channel operation, secure encryption and versatile networking capabilities.

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Rich, dynamic sound you’ll rely on

It all starts with the sound. With DWX, on-stage voices and other live sources are exceptionally crisp, clear and transparent, with an exceptionally flat, wide frequency response, high dynamic range, low noise and impressive transient handling.

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The efficient choice

Ideal for large-scale live and studio productions, DWX supports high-density simultaneous multi-channel operation. Efficient bandwidth management accommodates up to 21 channels per 8MHz TV band or up to 16 simultaneous channels per 6MHz TV band.

X-Dimension Diversity™ dramatically improves transmission reliability, combining multiple dimensions of diversity with Sony’s digital technology and a highly accurate calculation algorithm to prevent burst error by synchronisation loss.


Network ready

DWX Gen3 is the natural fit for today’s audio-over-IP AV workflows with support for the Dante® multi-channel networking standard. Outputs from every on-stage receiver channel can be combined and routed to the Front-of-House desk or OB vehicle via a single Ethernet cable. It’s quicker to deploy and more cost efficient than managing dozens of audio cables – and with no crosstalk or high frequency drop-off.

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You’re always in control

Using CrossRemote with the powerful management features of Wireless Studio software gives you full control over all system elements including the antennas, receivers and transmitters.

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Rugged compact bodypack

Our DWT-B30 and DWT-B03R wireless bodypack transmitters are a compelling choice for live sound applications, studio based TV production and ENG/EFP. Sophisticated audio processing and encryption technologies assure secure digital transmission of high quality audio with extremely low latency. Rechargeable Li-ion batteries provide a long battery life, ensuring the show will always go on (DWT-B03R only).

DWT-B30 and DWT-BO3R bodypack transmitters

Quick set up in under 50 seconds

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2-channel slot-in receiver

Ruggedly engineered in die-cast magnesium and aluminium, the light and compact DWR-S03D can be mounted directly in Sony or other professional camcorders*. Auto channel scan and sync permits quick, easy frequency setting. Advanced integration with XDCAM shoulder camcorders allows audio status monitoring via the camcorder’s LCD or viewfinder.

*Requires optional interface adaptor

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Using DWX Series Cross Remote on location

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All DWX Gen3 transmitters and receivers include two years PrimeSupportElite cover as standard for total peace of mind against any failures. Our advanced replacement unit service is available in case of any product faults with standard helpdesk hours for service contact.

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Ideal for a wide range of live and studio applications

The Sony DWX wireless microphone system is the superior choice for theatre, opera and concert events as well as studio-based TV production and EFP.