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Before you begin

NOTE

RF MIC 1 is the only wireless microphone that works in Quick Set Mode. If you need more microphones, you will need to use wired microphones. See the instructions below. 


  1. From the main screen, tap the microphone icon
  2. Tap the Mute button for WIRELESS to unmute the microphone
    Tap the mute button again to mute the microphone
  3.  Use the △ button to make the volume louder or ▽ button to make the volume softer


Projector/ Program Audio 

NOTE

The Projector Input that is selected from the projector menu will be the Program Audio. 


  1. From the main screen, tap the microphone icon
  2. Tap the Mute button for PROGRAM AUDIO
    Tap the mute button again to mute the PROGRAM AUDIO
  3.  Use the △ button to make the volume louder or ▽ button to make the volume softer
  4. If using a computer, make sure your computer's audio is selected as Crestron 

Wired Microphone

Before you begin

A wired microphone and cable are stored in the black storage box.

Before you begin

Make sure the microphones are muted on the touch panel. By default, they are muted. 


  1. Plug a wired microphone into QUICKSET MIC 1, 2, 3 or 4 in the digital snake
    The digital snake labels correspond with the touch panel's mic labels.
    Example: QUICKSET MIC 1 is MIC 1 on the touch panel
  2. From the main screen, tap the microphone icon
  3. Tap the Mute button, for the microphone number you have the microphone plugged into, to unmute the microphone
    Tap the mute button again to mute the microphone
  4.  Use the △ button to make the volume louder or ▽ button to make the volume softer


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