A RAD Boundary Mic Input block represents the microphone signal received from the RAD 17 connected to the corresponding RAD port on the HAL or EXP device.
note: A RAD does not appear in the I/O palette until it has been added to the system in the Hardware Workspace.
|Analog Input (Channel 1)||The input channel connected to the corresponding RAD port on the HAL or EXP device|
|Output node||Connection point for wiring the Mic input channel to a specific output|
|Sensitivity||Provides a place to adjust the Gain depending on your application. The meter displays signal level after passing through the Sensitivity settings.|
Gain (both a manual and linkable control) sets the value of the block's channel output. Also specified is the range with a Minimum and Maximum value. Change the level by adjusting the slider or entering a dB value in the edit box. Provide end users with control over the volume by linking this Level Control to the Level Control of a DR1 or DR3. Change the range by clicking the Minimum or Maximum value and then typing new values in the edit box that appears.
Default Gain = 0.0 dB; Default Minimum = -88.0; Default Maximum = 12.0
Selecting Off @ Min causes the audio to mute completely when dialed to the low end of its range.
Select Mute to mute the block's output without changing the Gain value. Provide end users with output mute control by linking this Toggle Control to the Toggle Control of a DR2, DR3, or Logic In port.
The meter displays signal levels for the block's output (when connected to a HAL).