DJI Mic Transmitters
2. Connect the transmitters and receiver to your computer using a standard USB-C cable.
3. Put the downloaded firmware update package (the file with "bin" as a suffix) under the root directories of the transmitters and receiver.
4. Disconnect from your computer and the transmitters and receiver will start the firmware update automatically.
Note: If an update fails, download and copy the firmware again and reboot the transmitters and receiver. Repeat until the firmware update is successful.
Method 1: Put the transmitters and receiver into the Charging Case and they will link automatically.
Method 2: Turn on the receiver and transmitters. Scroll down on the screen of the receiver to enter the control center page. Slide to the left and click “Settings” to enter the settings page. Slide to the left again and click “Link” to enter linking mode. Then, press and hold the link button on the side of the transmitters until the green light on the top left corner flashes and wait for the linking to finish. When the linking indicators of the transmitters turn solid green, it means linking is successful.
To end linking, click “Stop Linking.”
DJI Mic Receiver
To connect with a camera: Transmitters can be mounted on camera hot shoes via hot shoe adapter plates. Use a 3.5mm camera connection cable to connect the camera mic port and the 3.5mm audio output port on the receiver. Then, start recording videos on your camera and the receiver will start working.
To connect with a computer: Use a 3.5mm camera connection cable to connect the mic port of your computer with the 3.5mm audio output port of the receiver. Start recording on your computer and the receiver will start working.
Ms: Mono with Safety Track on
Note: If you use Safety Track, you need to separate the tracks during post-production.
2. DO NOT use when performing strenuous exercises such as running or jumping.