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Before you Begin

Location of the Microphones

  1. With South Security at Main Entrance 



Labels and their Meanings


Below is a picture of the Audio Control's Screen. Here you will adjust the volume, including mute, of the microphones and audio from the computer audio source. 

  • MIC 1 - Wireless Microphone (Microphone is labeled)
  • MIC 2 - Wireless Microphone (Microphone is labeled) 
  • COMPUTER AUDIO - audio from the computer that is plugged into the HDMI

Tip:

You can also turn on the video by tapping the Add Video button


How do I turn the Microphones On/Off

When the microphone is removed from the charging stations at the security office, the microphone will automatically turn on.

It is strongly suggested you do NOT turn them off, just mute and unmute the microphone on the touch panel. 

Mute/Unmute the Microphone/Audio

  1. Tap the red mute button, for the microphone/audio you want to mute
    The button will become gray once unmuted


Pro Tip

If you long hold the volume up button, the volume will increase faster. 

 

Turning the Volume Up and Down

  1. To adjust the volume
    1. To turn the Volume Up - tap the Up Arrow button, for the microphone/audio you want to turn up
      Notice the bar to the left of the buttons will move up, indicating the volume level
    2. To turn the Volume Down - tap the Down Arrow button, for the microphone/audio you want to turn down
      Notice the bar to the left of the buttons will move down, indicating the volume level 


Pro Tip

If you long hold the volume up button, the volume will increase faster.


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