Set the LTC Output Level - UltraSync ONE

Set the LTC Level

If you set your UltraSync ONE up to output LTC (timecode) via the LTC port, you need to set the LTC level. This is a voltage for the LTC signal, and it has to match the voltage that is supported by the external device that will receive the LTC signal.

To find out the voltage your external device requires, please refer to the manufacturer's instructions. When you have that information, you can set the LTC level.

Note: If you are using your UltraSync ONE to output LTC via the SYNC port, you will need to set the level for the SYNC port (see Set the SYNC Output).

To set the LTC Level:

  1. Make sure your UltraSync ONE is switched on (see Switch UltraSync ONE On and Off).

  2. Press the Select button.

  3. Use the Up and Down buttons to scroll to the System Settings option.

  4. Press the Select button.

  5. Use the Up and Down buttons to scroll to the LTC Output Level option.
  6. Press the Select button.

  7. Choose the LTC output that matches the LTC input voltage that is required by your external device:
    • Std Level - 3Vpp signal
    • MIC Level - 70mVpp signal
    • Low Level - 600mVpp signal
  8. Press the Select button to confirm.

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