25-Seven Program Delay Manager Control Menu

Updated 2 weeks ago by Tony Dimsdale

Scope

This document applies to all versions of the 25-Seven Program Delay Manager (PDM) for setting the Delay.

Description

This document applies to the 25-Seven Program Delay Manager controls for ramp, delay, build & exit. This document has been created for the purpose of showing how to navigate the master and control menus and what each option offers when using or changing these setting for the Delay Unit.

Changing settings on the following menus may affect your on-air audio.

Master Menu

Use the Up/Down Arrows to Navigate between the different menus. Hit the check mark button as "Enter" to choose and Save.

  • Audio
  • Controls
  • System
  • Network

Choose Control

  • Dump Size
  • Delay Size
  • Max Delay
  • Build Speed
  • Max Speed
  • Build Mode
  • Build File
  • Exit Mode
  • Dump Mode
  • Overkill File
  • Dump Size
    This shows you the size if the Dump in Seconds. It is increased or decreased in .1 increments. Choose Up or Down to change the value.
  • Delay Size
    1.0 Maximum storage length for the time PDM will store in memory.
  • Max Delay
    99 Second Max Delay. Max setting for the Delay Size mentioned above.
  • Build Speed
    How quickly the PDM will dump its memory or build after a dump event.
  • Max Speed
    Percentage between 5% and 20%, for how quickly the device can build or exit the delay mode.
  • Build Mode
    Used to select what signal appears on PDM’s output while building up a delay.
  • Build File
    Lets you choose which jingle or other audio file saved in PDM will play out when building a delay if used.
  • Exit Mode
    Determine how PDM behaves when you return to non-delayed programming.
  • Dump Mode
    Lets you choose between Dump and Overkill mode.
  • Overkill File
    This lets you choose an audio file previously uploaded to the PDM that can be used to play during a dump event.

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