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SETTING AND ADJUSTMENTS BEFORE SHOOTING
SETTING AND ADJUSTMENTS BEFORE SHOOTING
CAUTION â¢ When the AUDIO INPUT switch is set to MIC, be sure to check that the microphone is connected to the INPUT1/2 connector. If the microphone is not connected, increasing the audio level could cause noise from the input connector to be recorded on the tape. When the microphone is not connected to the INPUT1/2 connector, set the AUDIO INPUT switch to âLINEâ or turn down the audio level control. â¢ In the FULL AUTO mode, the audio level volume cannot be adjusted with the audio level controls on the CH-1 and CH-2. MEMO The reference level for audio recorded on the tape can be set with the AUDIO REF. LEVEL item on the AUDIO/MIC menu screen. (â20 dB or â12 dB) The level will change for both CH-1 and CH-2.
Audio Input Signal Selection
CH-2 INPUT switch
The GY-HD100 is provided with the INPUT1 connector and the INPUT2 connector for audio input. Select the audio from the INPUT1 connector or the INPUT2 connector using the CH-2 INPUT switch for the audio to be recorded in CH-2.
Selecting the CH-2 channel input connector
AUDIO INPUT switch
Select using the CH-2 INPUT switch. INPUT1 : Inputs the audio from the INPUT1 connector into CH-2. INPUT2 : Inputs the audio from the INPUT2 connector into CH-2. MEMO The audio from the INPUT1 connector is also input into CH1 regardless of the setting.
Selecting the audio signal input
Monitor speaker MONITOR SELECT switch MONITOR volume FULL AUTO switch
Monitoring Audio during Recording
The audio input during recording, in record-pause or stop mode can be monitored through the monitoring speaker or earphone. â¢ Select the audio channel to be monitored using the MONITOR SELECT switch. CH-1 : The sound input to the CH-1 channel is output. BOTH : The sound input to the CH-1 and CH-2 channels is output mixed. CH-2 : The sound input to the CH-2 channel is output. â¢ The MONITOR volume control adjusts the monitoring volume. â¢ The loudspeaker or earphone outputs an alarm tone in the case of an abnormal condition occurring in the unit. An alarm tone is also output when the tape end is reached or when the battery is running down. * Do not increase the audio monitoring volume excessively; otherwise howling with the camera microphone may occur.
Select the sound to be input to the INPUT1 or INPUT2 connector using the AUDIO INPUT switch. The setting is made for each of INPUT1 or INPUT2 connector. LINE MIC : Set to this position when connected to audio equipment, etc. The reference input level is +4 dBs. : Set to this position when using a dynamic microphone.
MIC+48V : Set to this position when a microphone (phantom microphone) requiring +48 V DC power supply is connected. CAUTION When connecting a component that does not require +48 V power supply, make sure that the switch is not set to MIC+48V before the component is connected.
CH-1 audio input level volume
CH-2 audio input level volume
CH-1/CH-2 AUDIO SELECT switch
MEMO You can select the normal input level for MIC and MIC+48V in the INPUT1, 2 MIC REF. item on the AUDIO/MIC menu screen.
STATUS 1 screen
Adjusting Audio during Recording
For each audio channel, use the CH-1/CH-2 AUDIO SELECT switch to select whether the audio level adjustment should be set to AUTO mode or MANUAL mode. Adjusting the audio input level control The audio input level can be adjusted manually when the GYHD100 is in the record, record-standby or stop mode.
1. Set the CH-1/CH-2 AUDIO SELECT switch of the channel
MEMO â¢ When connecting a stereotype earphone, make the following settings to output stereo sound. 1Set the MONITOR SELECT switch to BOTH. 2Set the AUDIO MONITOR item on the AUDIO/MIC menu screen to STEREO. â¢ When AUDIO MONITOR item on the AUDIO/MIC menu screen is set to âSTEREOâ, only the audio of CH-1 is output from the monitoring speaker. â¢ The volume of the alarm tone is set with the ALARM VR LEVEL item on the OTHERS [1/2] menu screen. (OFF/ LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH)
2. Rotate the audio input level control corresponding to the
whose audio level that you want to adjust manually to MANUAL. audio input level to be adjusted. â¢ Adjust so that the peak level does not exceed the â3 dB point when a loud sound is input.
Indicator level (reference)