This menu page provides settings for analog audio that is connected
Analog Audio Meters
These meters display the audio levels for the left and right channels of analog audio.
Tap the headphone icon to monitor the analog audio from the 3.5 mm headphone output on your SHOGUN CONNECT. For more information on meters and monitoring, refer to Audio Meters
Left Gain / Right Gain
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Use these icons to adjust the gain applied to the left and right analog audio channels. Once you have selected the input line level that matches your input at Audio In, analog gain can then be tuned by incremental increase or decrease of up to +/- 20dB individually for both left and right channels.
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Use these icons to adjust the audio delay by whole frames. This option allows you to delay the analog audio with respect to the digital audio so that it is in sync with your video source.
Tap on Audio In to select the input line level that matches your input type.
Options available are:
Mic Level (-40 dBu): Sets the analog input channel to Mic Level via the 3.5 mm audio jack. Typically used when connecting microphones.
Line Level (-10 dBu): Sets the analog input channel to Line Level via the 3.5 mm audio jack. Typically used when connecting most other audio devices to your SHOGUN CONNECT.
It is not possible to vary the gain if the signal input is from the HDMI connection because this is digital and is embedded in the signal. You can usually adjust this from the camera, please see your camera manual for operational details.
SHOGUN CONNECT Mic input supports dynamic and powered microphones only. When using these, audio must be set as Mic Level
Allows you to measure the HDMI video delay from a camera and delay the analog audio input to sync with the incoming video signal. For more information refer to the Region Selection section.