Each of the four output channels has a complete "strip" of controls:
Each output channel has a customizable label displayed at the top of the channel strip. This label also appears on the routing matrix. To change the label, click on it, type a new label (up to 12 characters), and press the Enter key.
Sets the routing from input channels to output channels. See Signal routing.
Click on this button to open the parametric EQ settings window for that output channel. There are 10 parametric EQ filters on each input channel. See Parametric EQ.
Click on this button to open the crossover settings window for that output channel. See Crossover.
Click on this button to open the FIR filtering window for that output channel. A total of 4096 can be computed. See FIR filtering.
A delay of up to 80 ms can be applied to each output channel. To set the delay, click on the delay button for a channel. The delay value can be entered by moving the slider or it can be entered numerically. The up and down arrows can be used to change the delay in 0.01 ms increments.
The gain of each output channel can be set to a value between ‑72 dB and +12 dB. (0 dB, the default, is unity gain or no change in level.) To set the gain, click on the Gain value of that channel. The gain can be entered by moving the slider or it can be entered numerically. The up and down arrows can be used to change the gain in 0.1 dB increments.
Each output channel can be inverted in polarity. To invert, press the Invert button. The status is indicated by a change in color and label:
Each output channel can be individually muted. To mute it, press the Mute button. The status is indicated by a change in color and label:
Current RMS level, level meter¶
Displays the current signal level in real time. (The device must be connected and online to display signal levels.)