This window displays the names given to the eight output channels of the bit One HD Virtuoso.
This window is active. You can click on it to manage each channel which, once selected, will be highlighted.
The software will anyhow only allow you to work on one single channel and will display the word EDIT in red next to the channel you can operate on.
This selection ensures that all highlighted channels responses are displayed (see section 8.5).
Remark: the channels highlighted in green are dedicated to the AD Link 1 and AD Link 2 digital outputs.
- Multi Sel: Output channels multiple selection.
If you keep the CTRL key pressed and click on another channel, this other channel will be selected and highlighted as well. Multiple channels can be selected by ticking the “Multi Sel” box. Multiple selection is only allowed for functional groups, except for the Subwoofer that can be selected with any group. To act on another channel keeping your selection, click on the right hand of the desired channel, where the EDIT column is.
￭ EQ Settings: if the "Link L / R" function is enabled, the pair of L/R channels of the selected outputs will be highlighted and the changes on the Channel EQ will be performed on both channels. If the "Link L / R" function is not active, only the chosen speaker will be selected and the changes will be active only on that one.
￭ Filter Settings: if the "Xover L / R Link" function is activated, the pair of L/R channels of the selected outputs will be highlighted and the changes on the Filter Settings will be performed on both channels. If the "Xover L / R Link" function is not active, only the chosen speaker will be selected and the changes will be active only on that one.
Eg.: Front Left Tweeter + Front Left Midrange + Front Left Woofer, but not together with Rear Left Full or Center Full. If you want to check the electrical response of the Rear system together with the Subwoofer, you need to deselect the Front system.
When multiple channels are selected, the display will show the electrical response of all channels with a blue curve, highlighting the "active" channel with the red color and the other channels selected in grey. The selection of a channel can also take place as shown in the diagram in the figure of sec. 8.5.