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Nearfiel
d
Speakers
Two sets of
Nearfield
speakers are provided for. The
NF
switch activates the
Nearfields
and presents a stereo mix of all input sources to the speakers.
The
NF SPK 2
switch toggles between
NF1
and
NF2
speakers.
This arrangement allows you to either preset which speakers you want to use, or
toggle between
NF1
and
NF2
“on the fly”. The default is
NF1
.
Note:
When operated, all other main speakers are muted.
7.1 mo
d
e operation.
In
7.1
format only, the
NF1
speaker outputs are used for speakers
7&8
(
Lc
and
Rc
) and
Nearfield
signals are fed directly to
NF2
speaker outputs.
Level control for speakers
7&8
is transferred to the
Control Room Level
control, leaving
NF2
speakers on the
Nearfield Level Control
.
The
Nearfield
speaker switches are adopted for speakers
7&8
and behave in the same manner as
the other speaker format switches for
Mute
,
Solo
,
DIR/PB
functions etc.
Under normal mode, operating the
NF
switch now places a
Stereo
mix of all input sources onto
the
NF2
speakers and mutes all other speakers.
Note:
Whilst
NF
is active, toggling the
NF SPK 2
switch will actually route the
Nearfield
stereo
mix out of
NF1
(
7&8
) speaker outputs and ultimately to the
Lc
and
Rc
speakers, which
can be a useful option.
Alternate Speaker Level Trims
The main speaker levels can be trimmed to an alternate level setting via internal
presets. The
Alt Trim
switch toggles between each state allowing an alternative
“image” or “sweet spot” to be created, if required.
The
CAL
switch completely removes all
VCA
s from the main speaker outputs and
provides a fixed gain structure which can be internally preset.
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NF
NFSPK2
SPK LEVEL
ALT
TRIM
CAL
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