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F
DIVERGENCE
These controls specify the proportion at which the signals are sent to each surround bus
when the input channel is positioned in the center. The operable parameters will change as
follows, according to the surround mode that is currently selected.
• Surround mode= 3-1ch/5.1ch
The F knob will be operable, allowing you to adjust the front divergence. Use this knob to
specify the proportion (0–100) at which a signal positioned in the center will be sent to
the center bus (C) and the left/right buses (L, R).
• Surround mode= 6.1ch
The F knob and R knob will be operable, allowing you to adjust the front and rear diver-
gence separately. Use these two knobs to specify the proportion (0–100) at which a signal
positioned in the center will be sent to the center buses (C, S, Bs) and the left/right buses
(L, R, Ls, Rs). In addition, a LINK button that links front and rear divergence is displayed
between the F knob and R knob. If you turn the LINK button on, the value of the F knob
will be copied to the R knob, and the two knobs will be linked.
G
LFE (Low Frequency Effect)
Use the LFE knob to adjust the level of the signal sent from the input channel to the subwoofer LFE bus, over a
range of –∞ to 0 dB. The ON/OFF button is an on/off switch for sending to the MIX bus assigned to the LFE
channel.
H
Grid
Here you can specify the surround panning of the currently selected input channel, centered on the listening
point. The current setting is indicated by a O symbol. You can drag this symbol up, down, left, or right to move
the panning.
I

PANNING buttons

These buttons correspond to each surround bus. Speaker icons are displayed to indicate the surround buses that
are available for the current surround mode.
J
SURROUND BUS ON (Surround bus on/off)
These buttons are on/off switches for the signal sent from the currently selected input channel to the correspond-
ing surround bus. You can click the surround bus name buttons at left to move the panning to the position of the
corresponding surround bus.
K
PAN POSITION
The surround panning of the currently selected input channel is shown here as front/rear left/right coordinate
values.
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