Инструкция для EXTRON ELECTRONICS IN1608 MA User Guide, IN1608 SA User Guide, IN1606 User Guide, IN1608 Series User Guide

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IN1606 and IN1608 Series Scaling Presentation Switcher • Internal Web Pages

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To optimize the program volume:

1. 

With the amplifier turned off, connect the Variable output of the scaler to an amplifier of 
appropriate size for the room and the speakers. 

2. 

Set the amplifier input level to the twelve o’clock position on the amplifier dial. For 
IN1608 SA and IN1608 MA, the amplifier input level setting is already set.

NOTE:  The twelve o’clock position on an amplifier input level is generally a 

moderate level. This allows for the maximum signal to noise ratio and is easily 
repeatable. The actual value of the amplifier input level will vary on each amplifier.
While most amplifiers have a maximum input of +4 dBu, attenuating the amplifier 
input sensitivity by 12-17 dB will generally allow for maximum output from the 
scaler.

3. 

Connect the speakers to the amplifier, assuring that polarity is not reversed.

4. 

Set the program volume to full attenuation.

5. 

Set the output volume to 100% (default).

6. 

Turn on the amplifier.

7. 

Play program material and adjust program volume to a reasonably loud yet tolerable 
level. Verify that the amplifier is not clipping.

8. 

If desired, set the upper soft limit on the program volume to set the maximum allowable 
level. This may be 6 or 12 dB above the current level (reasonably loud), or a value that is 
determined to be the loudest level allowable for the room. Verify that the amplifier is not 
clipping. 

9. 

If desired, set a minimum allowable level by setting the lower soft limit.

10. 

Set the mic volume to an appropriate level relative to program volume.

Bass and treble

Also known as shelving or tone controls, the bass and treble faders provide the ability to cut 
or boost levels. Both faders have a range of -24 dB to +12 dB. They also includes soft limit 
handles to adjust the minimum and maximum allowable range (highlighted in blue).
To adjust the bass or treble:

1. 

Click the 

Mix Controls

 tab.

2. 

Adjust the level using any of the following methods:

• 

Click and drag the fader handle to the desired level.

• 

Click the fader handle and press the <Up Arrow> or <Down Arrow> key to 
respectively increase or decrease the level in 1 dB increments (PCS only).

• 

Click the fader handle and press the <Page Up> or <Page Down> key to 
respectively increase or decrease the level in 10 dB increments (PCS only).

• 

Click in the level text field below the fader and enter a new value. Then, press the 
<Enter> or <Tab> key to apply the change.

• 

Click the 

Up

 or 

Down

 arrow button to the right of the level text field to respectively 

increase or decrease the level in 0.1 dB increments.

3. 

If desired for the Bass or Treble fader, click and drag the minimum and maximum soft 
limits to define new minimum and maximum values within the original range.

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