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A. Clipping LED B. Panipulator enable/disable C. Flip L/R D. Mono E. R Polarity F. L Polarity G. Mono Mode 
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A stereo mix is summed to mono. Flip the Mono toggle to switch between mono and stereo. Use the large knob to select the desired mono mode.
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Only one channel is audible due to incorrect wiring or a damaged speaker. Move the knob to L only or R only to listen to only the left or right channel.
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One of the speakers is wired backwards. Flip the L Polarity or R Polarity toggle to flip the polarity of the left or right channel.
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If you accidentally recorded a stereo track with the polarity flipped, or if the microphones were out of phase, the L Polarity or R Polarity toggles can help. This is a common issue with drum overheads.
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Clipping LED. Shows if the input signal to the Panipulator module is clipping. If there is any distortion in the ProChannel signal chain, the clipping LEDs let you identify where the clipping occurs.
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Panipulator enable/disable . Enables/disables the Panipulator module.
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Flip L/R. Swaps the left and right channels.
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L Polarity. Inverts the polarity (phase) of the left channel.
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R Polarity. Inverts the polarity (phase) of the right channel.
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Mono. Sums the stereo signal to mono.
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Mono Mode. Selects the mono mode. This lets you check for compatibility on a wide variety of setups. The following mono modes are available:
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