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Old 03-20-2006, 04:16 AM
Iain Graham Iain Graham is offline
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Default Talkback Dim and Control Room Outs?

Does anyone else find the the amount of dim applied to the control room outputs a bit excessive? I find it hard to hear the talent when I've got the talkback engaged. Of course I can just crank the output up while I've got the switch down, but that's a pain within intself, and I usually forget to turn it back down when I roll again.

In the D-Command manual, it seems to say that changing the dim level for the talkback mic affects the control room outs as well. I didn't seem to get anywhere trying that though. Maybe I'm doing something wrong.

We've started setting up a listenback mic, but finding the time to finish off seting it up may be tough. I'm not sure if the dim would affect the listenback mic anyways???

Really, I'm wondering if there's a way round it til I get some maintenance time to get the listenback mic set up.

Anyone got any input?

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Old 03-22-2006, 03:53 PM
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Default Re: Talkback Dim and Control Room Outs?

The Dim can be changed quite easily enough. Hold down the Dim button until the scribble-strip display changes and the Dim button flashes. The default setting is -20 down from Control Room level. Change it to what you see fit (like -10) by rotating the Control Room's rotary encoder. Press the Dim button again when you're done.

Like the manual says, it does effect the Control Room output in that when you press the Dim button, the Control Room volume er, uh... dims.

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Old 03-23-2006, 12:41 PM
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Default Re: Talkback Dim and Control Room Outs?

Ah, see what I'd read involved assign TB button.

I guess I either mis-read, or read the wrong section.

I'll give it a shot tomorrow.

If you need to know how to make the talkback mic dim the headphone output less, read my first post.

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Old 03-24-2006, 03:21 AM
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Worked like a charm, thanks dude.

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Old 03-24-2006, 12:17 PM
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Default Re: Talkback Dim and Control Room Outs?

This one has been puzzling me for a few weeks now (new D-command and D-Control user here )

Just happened to stumble on this site and this thread!


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