This guide will walk you through the audio settings available for the AVP products

Requirements:

The 2G+AVP and 3G+AVP Transmitters and Receivers have the ability to adjust the volume level on the 3.5mm Stereo Out jack.

The 2G+ Transmitters and Receivers have the ability to adjust the audio delay for Lipsync correction on the 3.5mm Stereo Out Jack. There is NO volume control.

Note: The volume control only affects the Stereo Out of the AVP models and does not affect the HDMI audio. There is no way to adjust the volume level of the HDMI signal; the volume level that goes into the Transmitter is the level of HDMI volume across the entire system for that source.

The volume control is available in increments of ±1.5 db (decibels) with a range of +6 db to -39 db, and Mute.

2G+ AVP

VBS-HDMI-418AVP

This is a drawing of the bottom of the AVP Transmitter.

VBS-HDMI-218AVP

This is a drawing of the bottom of the AVP Receiver.

3G AVP

VBS-HDMI-718AVP

This is a drawing of the bottom of the AVP Transmitter.

This guide will cover the use of the telnet program Putty.

Open the putty.exe program and then we need to change a few options to make using putty easier.

1. Select Keyboard under the Terminal section

2. Select Control-H as the backspace key option

3. Select Session

Now it is time to connect to your JAP device.

1. Enter the IP address of the JAP device.

2. Select Telnet

3. Click Open

If Putty has an error or does not connect then you need to double check you have a static route enabled and it is properly functioning. The easiest way to test this is to enter the IP address into a web browser. If a JAP web menu does not load then the static route is not functioning

If you connected successfully then you will see a box that looks like this.

Uou can find all of the commands you will need to enter at the bottom of this page. You can copy and paste commands how ever to paste you will Right click your mouse in putty. It will then paste the text. You will need to make any changes to the command and then press enter.

In this example we are going to increase the volume for the left and right audio channel on the stereo port. The command is vol_bth_up.sh but enter has not been pressed yet.

Typically you will not get any confirmation or reply back from the JAP unit after you send a command. The example here simply shows that the audio up command was entered and now you can enter additional commands.

Volume Options
vol_bth_up.sh Increases the left- and right-channel audio on the Stereo port by 1 unit

Valid audio levels are 0-31

vol_bth_dn.sh Decreases the left- and right-channel audio on the Stereo port by 1 unit

Valid audio levels are 0-31

vol_l_up.sh Increases the left-channel audio on the Stereo port by 1 unit

Valid audio levels are 0-31

vol_l_dn.sh Decreases the left-channel audio on the Stereo port by 1 unit

Valid audio levels are 0-31

vol_r_up.sh Increases the right-channel audio on the Stereo port by 1 unit

Valid audio levels are 0-31

vol_r_dn.sh Decreases the right-channel audio on the Stereo port by 1 unit

Valid audio levels are 0-31

vol_bth_set.sh X Sets the left- and right-channel audio on the Stereo port to an exact value (X)

Valid audio levels are 0 (lowest) to 31 (highest)

Example:

vol_bth_set.sh 16

vol_mute.sh Mutes the Stereo port
vol_unmute.sh Unmutes the Stereo port
volume_read.sh Returns the audio-level adjustment on the Stereo port for both Left and Right channels

Response Example 1: “Left: +4.5 db Right: +4.5 db”

Response Example 2: “Left: -39 db Right: -39 db”/td>

Volume Table
31 +6 DB
30 +4.5 DB
29 +3 DB
28 +1.5 DB
27 Default 0
26 -1.5 DB
25 -3 DB
24 -4.5 DB
23 -6 DB
22 -7.5 DB
21 -9 DB
20 -10.5 DB
19 -12 DB
18 -13.5 DB
17 -15 DB
16 -16.5 DB
15 -18 DB
14 -19.5 DB
13 -21 DB
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