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Using the Function Settings Menu
Items that can be configured on the menu screen of the app are as follows.
Displays up to a maximum of 6 EXOFIELD data files.
Stores the EXOFIELD data generated from the measurement in the smartphone and transfers it to the processor unit.
Renames the file of EXOFIELD data.
Deletes the EXOFIELD data. Deleting a data file automatically moves the next file up the list.
Transfers EXOFIELD data to the processor unit as user data.
Displays a list of up to 4 user data files.
Data files of up to 4 users can be transferred to and stored on the processor unit by combining the EXOFIELD data stored in the app with the equalizer settings. User data can only be deleted.
Deletes the user data. The area appears as a blank space after deleting.
Moves to the measurement (EXOFIELD matching) screen.
Adjusts the gain level of the Center channel among the multi-channel output (EXOFIELD input).
-6 dB to +6 dB (default: 0 dB)
Adjusts the gain level of the LFE channel among the multi-channel output (EXOFIELD input).
-6 dB to +6 dB (default: 0 dB)
Adjusts the sound balance of the L/R channels using the slider. Tapping the [RESET] button returns the balance to the center.
Lch: 7 steps to Rch: 7 steps (default: 0)
Flat state without making any adjustment to the sound quality.
Adjusts to a sound quality that is optimized for movies.
Adjusts to a sound quality that is optimized for games.
Adjusts to a sound quality that is optimized for music.
Tap the [Edit] button to move to the equalizer settings screen.
Enables free adjustment of the sound quality using the five-band equalizer. Only one of the adjusted settings can be registered in the memory.
(Dolby) Dynamic Range Control
Compresses the dynamic range if the input audio format is Dolby. When this is configured to Auto, the setting switches automatically to ON or OFF according to the source being played.
(DTS) Dialog Control
Make adjustments to enhance the clarity of the lines in the movie or only the vocal in a song if the input audio format is DTS.
*This feature is grayed out and disabled if the content does not support Dialog Control.
0 dB to +6 dB (default: 0 dB)
(DTS) Dynamic Range Control
Switches compression of the dynamic range to ON or OFF if the input audio format is DTS. This cannot be configured to Auto.
*Some contents may differ from EXOFIELD layout display in terms of hearing.
Switches the surround effect to ON or OFF if the input audio format is DTS.
Switches the surround effect to ON or OFF if the input audio format is Dolby.
Switches the surround effect to Neural:X or Dolby Surround if the input audio format is LPCM or AAC.
Audio Sync Delay
Delays the audio for synchronization with the video.
0 msec to +120 msec (default: 0 msec)
Switches the frequency of wireless transmission between the processor unit and headphones.
*Some regions (Europe) support only the 5.8 GHz frequency. This menu will not be displayed for these regions.
There are two different inputs from the TV, namely HDMI (eARC/ ARC) and SPDIF optical. Priority is given to the optical input in the Auto setting. This switch can be used to alter the priority level.
Switches the output audio for multiplex broadcasts (dual language broadcasts).
Main + Sub
OSD Language Select
For selecting the OSD (On-screen Display) language of the TV.
Initializes the EXOFIELD data, user data and other settings stored in the app or processor unit.
Displays the firmware version of the app and processor unit, and enables firmware update of the processor unit from the app.
When the update button is highlighted in orange, firmware update is allowed.
Perform update when the smartphone has sufficient battery level.
Do not pull out the AC adapter during update.
Displays the software licensing agreement.
Displays the copyrights of the free open software programs used on the app.