Audience Mute is a feature included with Voice Amplification Mode for HDL310 and HDL410 systems. This feature is only available for use when Voice Amplification Mode is enabled. Voice Amplification Mode allows a presenter's voice to be amplified in the room. Audience mute allows the presenter to control the microphone pick-up of the in-room audience.
- When Voice Amplification Mode is enabled the default is the in-room audience being heard
- Turning ON the Audience Mute feature prevents the audience members' voices from being heard by the remote participants
- Turning OFF the Audience Mute feature allows the in-room audience to be heard by the remote participants
Turning Audience Mute ON and OFF
Press F2 on the remote control to toggle Audience Mute ON or OFF
Enabling Audience Mute before starting or joining a conference will mute the in-room audience at the beginning of a conference. Audience Mute can be turned off at any time during a conference.
NOTE: Audience Mute returns to the default (OFF) state once a conference has concluded. When the next conference starts the Audience Mute feature will be turned OFF.