GLD112 LCD display input meter not showing

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  • #71297
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    FCGabriel
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    I loaded the Mixer two weeks ago and discovered that the channel input meter is no longer showing on the Mixer LCD display. Other display are okay on the LCD. Pleasecan someone advise me what to do to restore this function.

    Gabriel

    #71302
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    Jonathan
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    Are you referring to the master LED meters (PAFL meters)? I’m not exactly clear on what you’re referring to but check Setup>Audio>PAFL, go to the “Mains to PAFL” section and make sure the left and right are turned up.

    #71320
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    FCGabriel
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    Thanks Jonathan, but I am referring to the black bars that show up as the channel input signals are increased or decreased. The graduated bars can be found in the LCD for each channel, same place where the name given to each Channel show up. It used to guide level adjustment I make for each channel.

    #71321
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    nasi
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    There is no Input Meter on the small channel displays. The black bars just show you the value of the function you’re setting with the rotary beneath the channel screen (Gain, Pan, Custom 1&2).
    There are only the 4 LEDs beneath every rotary potentiometer for input metering.

    #71322
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    FCGabriel
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    Thanks Nasi, you got the description right. So, How can I make this indicator come back. It just dissappeared.

    #71323
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    Jonathan
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    Ah, I’m following you now. Check out the four buttons between the fader banks. Gain, Pan, Custom 1, Custom 2. Those select what the rotary encoders control and what the LCD meters show.

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