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D/P Solo / Speaker Solo
Note:
In this mode, the
Lower Row Speaker Legends
apply equally to both rows.
Note:
Whilst both
Solo
modes are available concurrently, in practice it’s advisable to use only
one type of
Solo
at a time to avoid confusion.
Using both, it’s possible for conflicting speaker conditions to occur which will result in ALL
speakers being muted and total loss of signal.
D/P Solo
In this mode, the upper switches allow you to send
Mono Solo
signals
derived from the
Direct/Playback
sources into the
AFL
system. The
Solo
signal appears on the
Centre Speaker
only and the meterbridge
AFL
indictor illuminates. Multiple
Solos
can be selected as required.
Note: D/P Solo
selections are preserved when you
change to a different mode, but the actual
Solo
condition is de-activated. Returning to
D/P Solo
mode will reapply the previous
Solo
condition.
Speaker Solo
The lower switches provide
Speaker Solo
functions via
an
inverted mute system
.
Pressing any switch will
Mute
all other speakers and
leave the current speaker active. Multiple speakers can
be
Soloed
at the same time.
Note: Speaker Solo
selections are preserved when you change to a different mode, but the
actual
Solo
condition is de-activated. Returning to
Speaker Solo
mode will reapply the
previous
Solo
condition.
Note:
In
7.1
mode, the
Nearfield
switches become
Solos
for speakers
7&8
.
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SPK
MUTE
INPUT
CUT
PLAY
BACK
SPK
SOLO
FORMAT
D/P
SOLO
D/P
MUTE DIRECT
MODE
SELECT
L
R
LFE/S
C
LS
RS
MONO
LCRS
5.1
STEREO
7.1
FILTER
D/P SOLO
L
R
LFE/S
C
LS
RS
MONO
LCRS
5.1
STEREO
7.1
FILTER
SPEAKER
SOLO
Matrix
VCA
Speaker
Mute
Speaker
Output
Direct /
Playback
Select
D/P
Mute
Direct
Playback
Monitor Source Select
D/P
Solo
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