What you can do with the connected Bluetooth audio device
By establishing a BLUETOOTH® connection between a Bluetooth audio device and the linear PCM recorder, you can wirelessly listen to playback audio from the Bluetooth audio device as well as perform the following:
- Remote operations of the linear PCM recorder (playing, stopping, fast-rewinding, fast-forwarding, and other operations) from the Bluetooth audio device
- Remote volume control of the Bluetooth audio device from the linear PCM recorder
- You cannot monitor the recording in progress on the linear PCM recorder through the Bluetooth audio device. Use the headphones connected to the(headphones) jack on the linear PCM recorder for monitoring.
While the Bluetooth function is turned on, the battery wears quickly to a large extent.
Depending on the Bluetooth audio device connected with your linear PCM recorder, the communication environment, or the ambient conditions, you may hear noises or audio dropouts.
Your linear PCM recorder supports A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) and AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) as the Bluetooth profile. To establish a Bluetooth connection with a Bluetooth device from the linear PCM recorder, the Bluetooth device must support A2DP. On a Bluetooth audio device that supports AVRCP, such as Bluetooth headphones, you can perform basic operations of the linear PCM recorder.
If the Auto Power Off function is active on your linear PCM recorder, the linear PCM recorder will turn off in the specified time period even while it is connected with a device via a Bluetooth connection. To avoid this, change the time period for the Auto Power Off function to suit your needs.
Bluetooth wireless technology allows connection at distance of up to about 10 meters (33 feet). However, the effective range may vary depending on obstructions (people, metals, wall, etc.) or signal status.
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