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User Settings

The User settings set global behavior of the users. this settings are global to the user and not adjustable channel by channel.

Active time

The active time sets the time a channel stays active after the channel has stopped receiving. For example the answer active is available during this time. The channel indicator will show active during this time.

Options
  • 0.5 Second
  • 1 Second
  • 2 Seconds
  • 5 Seconds
  • 30 Seconds
  • 60 Seconds
  • 120 Seconds

Tone level

The tone level sets the level of audio signals like Cue and Call

Range
  • Mute
  • -48dB to 0dB

Answer mode

The answer mode is used to set the behavior of the available answer function.

mode description
Disabled The Answer function is disabled
Active The Answer function will reply to all current active channels
Last The Answer function will reply only to the last vox activated channel

Priority Dim

The Priority Dim sets the amount of attenuation of lower priority channels when audio is present on higher priority channels. There are 3 normal priority levels and the listen only announcement channel with a higher priority than the 3 normal priorities. This setting does not affect Emergency or PGM behavior.

Range
  • Mute
  • -26dB to 0dB

Isolate

When isolate is enabled all channels that do not have an active talk will be muted as long as any other channel has an active talk.

This function can be use-full in situations where a lot of channels can be active simultaneously. utilizing the isolate function will cut off all channels except the current talk active channels.

Options
  • Enabled
  • Disabled

Popup settings allow the user to select which popups are displayed. there are 4 popup catagories:

popup description
System this will show a popup in the event a new config is received to inform the user communication will drop out shortly. this popup can not be switched off.
Cue these will show a popup in the event a device receives a cue or a cue changes state.
Direct these will show a popup in the event a device receives audio on the direct channel.
Hidden channels these will show a popup in the event a device receives audio on a channel that is not visible on a screen at that moment.
Options
  • System only
  • Cue
  • Cue and direct
  • Cue, direct and hidden channels

Cue timeout

The Cue timeout sets the output time of the cue signal since the last stage change

Options
  • 0.5 Second
  • 1 Second
  • 2 Seconds
  • 5 Seconds
  • 30 Seconds
  • 60 Seconds
  • 120 Seconds

Room Id

the room sets the room of this user.

Room Dim

the room dim sets the attenuation of users in the same room. but only on speaker outputs.

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