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GC (Gain Compensation) ON menu
Owner’s Manual 17
GC (Gain Compensation) ON menu
This shows the GC parameters of all input ports (upper line: port name, middle line: compensation gain value if GC is ON;
HA gain value if GC is OFF, lower line: GC ON status), the port name of all output ports, and the status of the unit itself. In
this menu you can set the GC on/off status of each input port.
Rio3224-D2 input ports
Rio3224-D2 output ports/status (upper right)
Rio1608-D2 input ports (left half) / output ports (lower right) / status (upper right)
GC on/off settings
By turning the encoder with switch, you can turn on/off the GC of the selected port. If the value is changed, the display
area of the currently selected parameter flashes. When you press the encoder, the setting is actually specified, and the
flashing stops. If you move the cursor while the parameter display area is flashing, the change is discarded and the
flashing also stops. In the same way, if you switch the menu selection while the parameter display area is flashing, the
change is discarded.
About the status indication
The upper line of the status area shown in each menu shows the Dante device label of the unit; the lower line shows an
ERROR/INFORMATION icon and corresponding message only if an ERROR/INFORMATION state occurs.
Rio3224-D2 output ports/status (upper right)
Rio1608-D2 input ports (left half) / output ports (lower right) / status (upper right)
NOTE
If multiple ERROR/INFORMATION states occur, the highest-priority state is shown.
The device label can be specified from Dante Controller. Assign the device label as follows.
Specify the first five characters as Y0##- (## is the UNIT ID). Even if you omit this, it is forcibly corrected
to Y0##-.
A maximum of 31 characters total
When you move the cursor to the status indication and press the encoder with switch, the unit’s version, SYSTEM/SYNC
message ID, and ERROR state (SYSTEM/SYNC message) are shown as depicted in the following illustration. Press the
encoder once again to return to the menu screen. For a list of the SYSTEM/SYNC messages, refer to the “Troubleshooting”
section’s table “SYSTEM/SYNC Messages” (page 29).
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