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Screen Overview  About the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen
Screen Overview

About the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen

This screen shows all mix parameters of the currently-selected channel.
■ ISOLATE
1
ON button
Turns the Isolate function on and off.
■ RECALL SAFE
This field enables you to make Recall Safe settings.
1
ON button
Switches the Recall Safe status on or off.
2
Popup button
Press this button to access the RECALL SAFE popup window. This
button will indicate "PARTIAL" if recall safe applies only to some of
the parameters, not to all channel settings. It will indicate "All" if recall
safe applies to all parameters. If no parameters are specified, it will indicate "OFF. "
■ SOLO SAFE
1
ON button
Turns the Solo Safe function on and off.
■ MUTE SAFE
1
ON button
Turns the Mute Safe function on and off.
■ TO STEREO field
You can control the stereo balance of the signals sent from the selected channel to the STEREO bus,
or the signals output from the MIX/MATRIX/STEREO buses. The indication varies depending on
the selected channel, as follows.
If the selected channel is an input channel or
MIX channel:
Use the PAN knob on the right (1) to adjust the
panning of the signal. Use the TO ST A button (2) to
switch on or off the signal sent to the STEREO A bus.
Use the TO ST B button (3) to switch on or off the
signal sent to the STEREO B bus. Press the ST/LCR
mode select button (4) to toggle the mode between
STEREO and LCR.
1
If the selected channel is a STEREO channel:
The OUTPUT BALANCE knob will appear, enabling
you to adjust the stereo output balance.
NOTE
• If channels are paired for stereo, the PAN knob will be replaced with the BALANCE knob.
• If MIX/MATRIX channels are paired, the OUTPUT BALANCE knob will appear for the selected
channel.
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