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Special Channels

Program Audio

The program audio channel is a listen only channel. Any of the the groups can be assigned to this channel. the program audio channel has a lower priority as regular channels.

Program Audio Source

The program audio source sets the group which is used for the program audio channel

Program Audio Level

The program audio level sets the output level of the announcement channel

Range
  • Mute
  • -36dB to 12dB

Program Audio Dim

The program audio channel can automatically attenuate as soon as any of the other channels is active.

Range
  • Mute
  • -24dB
  • -18dB
  • -12dB
  • -6dB
  • 0dB - NO attenuation

Announcement

The announcement channel is a listen only channel. Any of the the groups can be assigned to this channel. the announcement channel has a higher priority as regular channels. Incoming audio on the announcement channel will attenuate all other regular channels with the amount set in priority dim property. To send audio to this group it needs to be assigned to one of te 32 regular channels.

Announcement Source

The announcement source sets the group which is used for the announcement channel.

Announcement Level

The announcement level sets the output level of the announcement channel

Range
  • Mute
  • -36dB to 12dB

Emergency

The emergency channel is a listen only channel. Any of the the groups can be assigned to this channel. the emergency channel has a higher priority as all other channels. Incoming audio on the emergency channel will mute all other channels. To send audio to this group it needs to be assigned to one of te 32 regular channels.

Emergency Source

The emergency source sets the group which is used for the emergency channel.

Emergency Level

The emergency level sets the output level of the emergency channel

Range
  • Mute
  • -36dB to 12dB

Direct

The direct channel is used for AD HOC direct user to user communication.

Example
  • Jack has Mary assigned to a regular channel
  • Mary has Jack not assigned to a regular channel
  • Jack talks to Mary.
  • Jack will be temporarily assigned to the Direct channel of Mary.
  • Mary will be able to talk back to Jack by using the Reply function.

Direct Priority

The priority of a the direct channel can have three levels. a higher priority channel can DIM lower priority ones.

Options
  • Low
  • Normal
  • High

Direct Level

the direct level sets the output level of the direct channel

Range
  • Mute
  • -36dB to 12dB

Direct Cue Mode

When a Cue is received the reaction of the direct channel can be set.

Options
  • normal
  • ignore
  • auto answer
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