Sound mixer – configuration window: audio tab – microphone
You can find two Microphone settings below the AUDIO Level settings. The first for the microphone connector located on AUDIO PANEL on the front of the Reckeen workstation, and the second for the microphone connected to external AUDIO BOX panel (ADB -100). There are two operating modes: a None mode with a dynamic microphone, for which you can set the Gain value with a slider, and a Phantom mode with a condenser microphone. When you switch to the Phantom mode, you will be warned that a voltage of 48 V will be applied to the speech insert. A red LED lights up on the AUDIO Panel located at the front of the Reckeen workstation.
Warning ! It is recommended not to connect or disconnect a microphone to the AUDIO Panel during the time the red LED is lit up. You can safely connect a microphone only in None mode.
At the right you can see the settings options of Motherboard AUDIO Output. The available outputs are shown in the drop-down list.
On the drop down list, you can select the audio output from your graphics card or motherboard. They will vary depending on the system configuration and the type and number of connected monitors.
The list of monitors attached to the system will appear in the drop down list. (Item # 1 in the list in the image above). If you select this monitor from the list then the sound can be played through this monitor (you can connect, for example, headphones to this monitor).
Digital Display Audio – output sound from the graphics card (you can select the sound output on different connectors of the card, such as HDMI, DVI, DP), In the picture above, points 2, 3 and 4 in the list.
- Realtek Digital Output – is a digital output from the motherboard.
- Realtek Digital Output (optical) – digital (optical) output from the motherboard.
- Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio) – mini Jack output from motherboard. If you choose this option, a signal from Master Out will go to the output on the rear panel of the Reckeen workstation.
Adjust the audio delay relative to the video output for proper synchronization. With the slider Delay you can set the delay (in ms) for the audio signal going out of the system and with slider Gain – the volume.