The following diagrams show the most common configurations for D2 Setup.


Note: For maximum range, ensure that both antennae are upright.


USB from your computer

Step 1 -- Connect the D2 Sender to your computer USB port.

For PC, the D2 should be recognized automatically.

For Mac, under System Preferences/Sound, select “Audioengine D2”

Step 2 –- Connect the analog output of your D2 Receiver to any audio input of your active speakers, stereo, etc.

Step 3 -- Connect the D2 power adapter to the D2 Receiver, and to an AC power source.


Optical Source

Step 1 -- Connect an optical output of your computer, TV, Blu-Ray, DVD, etc. to the optical input of the D2 Sender.

Step 2 -- Connect the D2 power adapter to the D2 Sender, and to an AC power source.


Note: Verify that your source is set to PCM Stereo.


Step 3 –- Connect the analog output of your D2 Receiver to any audio input of your active speakers, stereo, etc.

Step 4 -- Connect the D2 power adapter to the D2 Receiver, and to an AC power source.


Pairing

Pairing is the function by which two devices become acquainted. Once a Sender and Receiver(s) are paired, they will remember one another.


Note: D2 Senders and Receivers packaged together are paired out of the box, so if you’re only using one Sender/Receiver set, no further configuration is needed.


To pair an additional Receiver or to re-pair a Sender/Receiver set, press the Pair button on the Receiver (the Pair LED will blink), then press the Pair button on the Sender. Both Sender and Receiver pair lights should now be solid, indicating that they are paired.


For the full setup guide, download the attached PDF