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Recording Audio On Channels 3 And 4 - Sony PDW-510 Operation Manual

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• The second top bar may turn on occasionally, but do
not allow the top bar to go on. If it goes on, the audio
level is too high.
Correspondence between recording level
adjustments and audio level controls
In the AUDIO-3 page of the MAINTENANCE menu, you
can select which audio level control controls the audio
recording level of the front microphone input. The
correspondence between the controls and the menu items
and settings is as follows.
Level to be
Control
adjusted
Channel-1
MIC LEVEL control
recording
LEVEL (CH-1) control
level
(on the left)
LEVEL (CH-1) control
is linked with MIC
LEVEL control.
Channel-2
MIC LEVEL control
recording
LEVEL (CH-2) control
level
(on the right)
LEVEL (CH-2) control
is linked with MIC
LEVEL control.
Note
When you have operation of the MIC LEVEL control and
LEVEL (CH-1/CH-2) controls linked together, if the
LEVEL (CH-1/CH-2) controls are set to 0, the audio
signals on channels 1 and 2 cannot be recorded. Check the
position of the LEVEL (CH-1/CH-2) controls before
adjusting the MIC LEVEL control.
5-5-3 Recording Audio on Channels
3 and 4
Selecting the recorded audio
You can select the audio recorded on audio channels 3 and
4 with the AUDIO IN CH-3/CH-4 switches, or you can
have the selection made automatically, as follows.
To automatically select the same audio as on
channels 1 and 2
In the AUDIO-1 page of the MAINTENANCE menu, set
the AUDIO CH3/4 MODE item to "CH 1/2".
Adjusting the audio recording levels
In the AUDIO-2 page of the MAINTENANCE menu, set
the AU CH34 AGC MODE item as follows.
For automatic adjustment: select "STREO" or
"MONO".
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5-5 Adjusting the Audio Level
For fixed settings: select "OFF".
Note
The type of audio recorded on audio channels 3 and 4 does
not depend on the XLR connection automatic detection
function. It is determined only by the switch settings.
Menu item
Setting
MIC CH1
FRONT
LEVEL
SIDE
F+S1
MIC CH2
FRONT
LEVEL
SIDE2
F+S1
F: The audio signal from the front microphone
is recorded.
R: The audio signal input to the AUDIO IN CH1
connector is recorded.
W: The audio signal of the wireless microphone
is recorded.
F: Same as with the CH3 switch.
R: The audio signal input to the AUDIO IN CH2
connector is recorded.
W: Same as with the CH3 switch.
Audio signals to be recorded on audio channels 3 and 4

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