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Sennheiser Announces Availability Of New evolution Wireless D1 App

Converts iPad and iPhone into a remote control for digital D1 systems, assisting in the configuration, management and monitoring

By PSW Staff April 7, 2016

The Sennheiser WSR app provides remote control of D1 wireless microphone systems via iPhone or iPad.

At the Prolight + Sound show in Frankfurt, Sennheiser is introducing an app for remotely controlling its evolution wireless D1 radio microphone systems.

The WSR app converts iPad and iPhone into a remote control for digital D1 systems, assisting in the configuration, management and monitoring of radio links. The app is available from the Apple App Store as of now.

“The free WSR app allows bands and musicians to conveniently control their D1 systems remotely,” says Martin Fischer, product manager for Sennheiser’s Live Performance & Music segment. “Whether setting up wireless systems or monitoring them during use – all it takes is a few simple flicks of the finger to change the settings of one device or entire groups.”

The WSR app automatically recognizes whether D1 microphone systems have up-to-date firmware on board, and offers an update via the internet if required. Via the app, users can conveniently adjust the settings of individual units or entire groups, controlling audio effects, network settings and output signals on an iPhone or an iPad.

The WSR app will also turn an iOS device into a signal tester: when walking the stage with the device and the D1 transmitter, the transmission quality of the radio link is displayed in real time.

During a gig, the WSR app helps in keeping track of the battery status, sound levels and signal strength. The iPad version also allows the inclusion of user photos for easy identification of the systems, and to arrange the positions of the systems on screen to correspond to the band members’ positions on stage.

“This app is a useful tool for all D1 users, and we hope they will benefit greatly from the ease of use and convenience it offers,” Fischer concludes.



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