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G90 v2.0 software. "AF MODE 0db"
by teddis01 on 2013-03-11 19:03:48

I have the latest firmware 2.0

I cannot find a manual for this version. In the menu I see. AF MODE. It is set to 0db.   What does AF mean?

If I increase this , will this increase the line out volume ? I need just a little more signal.

Thank you.



Re: G90 v2.0 software. "AF MODE 0db"
by teddis01 on 2013-03-16 08:40:27

Really gat Line 6, provide a firmware upgrade...... And no addendum for the user ......and support on your forum.

nice !!



Re: G90 v2.0 software. "AF MODE 0db"
by teddis01 on 2013-03-22 17:52:27

Bump, any help here line6 support ?



Re: G90 v2.0 software. "AF MODE 0db"
by dboomer on 2013-03-24 13:25:40

The outputs are not "line out".  They are unity with respect to the input level but increasing the value here does increase the output level.  In most cases however it would be beneficial to increase the gain at the input level of the next device instead of increasing the output of the receiver.



Re: G90 v2.0 software. "AF MODE 0db"
by teddis01 on 2013-03-24 16:12:56

Thanks, the next device in maxed out for input gain

Does increasing AF MODE increase noise in anyway ?? Or is is this not desirable for any other reason?



Re: G90 v2.0 software. "AF MODE 0db"
by dboomer on 2013-03-25 09:29:14

Same as everything else ...when you increase gain in an output it increases noise and lowers headroom.  It's almost always better to raise the input gain within the limits of the gear (unless the piece is terrible)



Re: G90 v2.0 software. "AF MODE 0db"
by sdevino on 2013-03-27 14:19:44

The updated user manuals for V2.0 firmware are available online. However it appears we left out the details on AF Out for the receiver and Encrytion in the Transmitter manual. We will update the manuals soon to add these. In the mean time this functionality is identical to the XD-V75 so you can use that manual for reference unit we get these updated. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Steve




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