My TAIDEN microphones are not activating/deactivating how I want them to. How do I change this?

The Main Unit “Operation Mode” determines how the microphones activate and deactivate. Please find below descriptions of the various modes: 

  • OPEN: Users press the microphone activation key to toggle their microphones ON or OFF. If the number of open microphones equals the active mic limit, no additional users will be able to activate their microphones. 
  • OVERRIDE: Also known as “One in, One out.” Users press the microphone activation key to toggle their microphones ON or OFF. If the number of open microphones is equal to the Active Mic. Limit, and an additional microphone activates, the FIRST opened microphone will deactivate.
  • VOICE: Microphones are controlled by an internal noise gate. If a user speaks into the microphone, and their volume level is above the noise gate threshold, the microphone will open. Once the users’ volume level goes below the noise gate threshold, the microphone will wait a few moments (depending on the “RELEASE” setting), and then deactivate. If the number of open microphones equals the Active Mic. Limit, no additional users will be able to activate their microphones. 
  • APPLY: When a user presses the microphone activation button, it sends a request to speak to the DCS Software operator or the Chair microphone unit (if configured). If the number of open microphones equals the active mic limit, no additional users will be able to activate their microphones.
  • PTT: Also known as “Push to Talk.” Users press and hold the microphone activation button to activate their microphones. As soon as they let go of the button, the microphone will deactivate. If the number of open microphones equals the active mic limit, no additional users will be able to activate their microphones. 

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