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Default Meter This submenu determines what is displayed on the LED meter when a meter is not specifically selected elsewhere in the Meter menu.

ClearOne comm XAP 400 Stereo System User Manual

Unplug expansion bus cables. The unit shall feature a macro recorder to create up to macros for simple remote control management of the system. Q reflects an inverse relationship manaul the bandwidth, and adjusts from. Clearone communications user manual conferencing system ravrav 63 pages.

This opens the Open window. Installation The XAP is designed for easy installation and setup. Glossary Adaptive Ambient This portion of the mixer monitors the varying ambient noise level in the room and changes the threshold level at which a microphone gates on.

Enter text from picture: Value 0 to 50 Null to return current ratio Example: Page 20 to 20, frequency in Hz only needed when using tone generation Example: The XAP combines a highly advanced In order to work, the echo cancellation circuit needs to know what output audio to look for. For example, ” 70 AA” would return the current auto-answer state on device NOM constant gain maintains a constant output level as inputs routed to the output are gated on and off.


When this bar is active, any cross points underneath the bar will not be changed when switching presets.

Use NLP with care; corresponding trade-offs can include suppression and half-duplex operation. Using the drop-down lists, define the unit and output for the expansion bus reference you are using.

ClearOne XAP Professional Conferencing

The XAP is designed to support up to macros, with an average of command lines each. Page mic inputs. While some configuration can be done using the front panel LCD menus, G-Ware is required to complete the custom configuration of your audio conferencing system. To select a preset, scroll through the numbered presets until the desired preset is visible, then press Enter to run the preset.

Click Add to place the command into the macro.

The telephone hybrid units do not have an LCD. Click the Browse button at the right of the Site It is the ratio of the two levels. NOM constant gain maintains a constant gain level as inputs routed to the output are gated on and off.

It shall operate in environments with up to 12dB of room gain. You have two of the same type units with the same device ID. The unit shall be set up and operated with intuitive software that allows complete configuration of the system. A preset state or flag is the way the system tracks which presets have been run and shouldn’t be run again and which ones are ready to run.


ClearOne XAP 400 Professional Conferencing

The XAP has 12 digital mix-minus buses: Filter setup shall be real-time. XAP unit must have firmware version 2. Compliance EN XAP presets are unique in the sense that they operate independently of other presets in the unit. These shortcut menus provide quick access to options such as Print, Copy, and Paste that pertain only to that selection or screen region. That audio cleaone usually summed on a specific XAP unit to a specific output channel or virtual reference channel.

To configure telco settings Figure 3. The unit shall include a signal generator for pink noise, white noise, and tone sweep capabilities, and shall be assignable to any input on any linked unit. The mode defaults to Binary when G-Ware is connected and to Text when dis- connected. The maximum safe distance is 80 feet 25 meters.

Normally specified in dB decibels.