A RAD Mic/Line Input block represents the input audio connected to the corresponding RAD port on HAL or an 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 on the RAD connected to the corresponding RAD port on the HAL or EXP device|
|Output node||Connection point for wiring the Mic/Line input channel to another block's input|
|Source Select/Sensitivity||Provides a place to specify if the RAD16 will route the Mic or Line input to the HAL. If specifying a Mic, you can than also adjust the Gain appropriately depending on the sensitivity of the microphone you plan to connect. If using a microphone that needs phantom power, select the +24 V Phantom checkbox. The meter displays signal data after passing through the Sensitivity settings.|
Gain (both a manual and linkable control) sets the volume of the block's channel output. Also specified is the volume range with a Minimum and Maximum value. Change the volume 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 Mic/Line block's output(s) 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 data for the block output.