Serial Communications Protocol Definition

Serial Communications Protocol Definition
MC-8/MC-8B
Serial Protocol Definition
Software Version 2.0
Protocol Version:
Major Rev 1
Minor Rev 7
NOTE: The Parameter ID list in the rear pages of this document identifies specific commands to the version 2.00
software. However, the descriptions and information in the rest of the document apply to all versions of the
software currently released.
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1.1
Change List
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Definitions
2.1
Protocol Version Cross-reference
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Abbreviations
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General Description
4.1
Physical Layer
4.2
Serial Port Driver
4.3
Errors
4.4
MC-8 Receive Buffer
4.5
MC-8 Hardware Verification
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Data Link Layer
5.1
Errors
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Application Layer
6.1
MC-8 Asynchronous Notification Packets
6.1.1
Wakeup Notification
6.1.2
Sleep Notification
6.1.3
Front Panel Display
6.1.4
MC-8 Parameter Notification by Id
6.2
Acknowledgment Packets
6.2.1
Acknowledge
6.2.2
No Acknowledge
6.3
Host Initiated Command Packets
6.3.1
Reset Unit
6.3.2
Restore Defaults
6.3.3
Get Custom Name
6.3.4
Set Custom Name
6.3.5
Host Wakeup
6.3.6
Host Sleep
6.3.7
Get Communication Configuration
6.3.8
Set Communication Configuration
6.3.9
Set Mute
6.3.10 Send Display String Command
6.3.11 MC-8 Get Parameter Definition by Id
6.3.12 MC-8 Set Parameter Value by Id
6.3.13 MC-8 Set Parameter Value by Id, No Run
6.3.14 MC-8 Get Unit Configuration
6.3.15 MC-8 Send IR Command
6.3.16 MC-8 Get Parameter Value by Id
6.3.17 MC-8 Set Parameter Notification by Id
6.3.18 MC-8 Parameter Get Value String by Id
6.3.19 MC-8 Clear All Parameter Notifications
6.3.20 MC-8 Get System Status
6.3.21 MC-8 Get Zone Status
6.3.22 MC-8 Set System Volume
6.3.23 MC-8 Set Main Balance
6.3.24 MC-8 Set Front/Back Balance
6.3.25 MC-8 Set Active Effect by Id
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MC-8 Set Zone2 Volume
MC-8 Set Zone2 Left/Right Balance
MC-8 Get Input Name by Id
MC-8 Set Input Name by Id
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Appendix A Command Codes
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Appendix B Error Codes
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Appendix C MC-8 IR Codes
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Appendix D MC-8 Input Ids
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Appendix E Protocol Constants
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Appendix F MC-8 Mode Ids
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Application Notes and Examples
6.4
Box initializations:
6.4.1
MC-8:
6.4.2
HOST:
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Simple System Control & System Status:
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Examples:
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MC-8 Get Unit Configuration
6.6.2
Send MC-8 IR Command Example
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1 Documents
The following documents should also be used with this document to understand how this protocol can be
used with an MC-8.
070-15481
MC-8/MC-8B User Manual
1.1 Change List
9/2/05 Added Additional IR codes Appendix.
2 Definitions
User Parameter:
A user changeable variable that stores a specific value that describes an
operating condition for the MC-8 system.
HOST:
The device initiating or receiving the serial communication packets to/from the
MC-8.
MC-8:
The Lexicon product receiving or transmitting the serial communication packets
to/from the HOST.
Nonvolatile RAM:
The area of memory in an MC-8 that stores users adjustable parameters. The
Nonvolatile RAM is battery backed, to maintain values during MC-8 power down.
2.1 Protocol Version Cross-reference
All references to MC-8 shall be valid for both the MC-8 and SDP-5 products unless specifically
documented otherwise.
3 Abbreviations
SOP
EOP
ACK
NAK
FPD
Start of Packet
End of Packet
Acknowledge
No Acknowledge
Front Panel Display
4 General Description
The intention of the MC-8 serial port and protocol communication is for an external connected HOST to
control and obtain status from the MC-8. The protocol has been designed to focus on two specific goals.
The first is HOST uploading and downloading of MC-8 configuration, and system/effect setups. The
second is HOST control of basic user adjustable parameters (i.e. input, volume, balance…).
RS-232 Serial
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The MC-8 uses simple notification, command, response and acknowledgment packets to have
communication transactions with a given HOST. This protocol is designed for point to point
communication between a HOST and the MC-8. The MC-8 Protocol is a 3 layered system. The MC-8
serial protocol allows for the MC-8, or the HOST, to initiate a communication transaction. Most
transactions are initiated by the HOST. The MC-8 then responds to the HOST command with either a
response or acknowledgment packet. There are a few asynchronous notifications that the MC-8 initiates
indicating system changes. Each transaction initiated must wait for a corresponding response before
initiating the next transmission.
The 3 protocol layers are: Physical, Data Link, and Application Layers.
The MC-8 Serial Protocol attempts to be as backward compatible with the MC-1 as possible. The basic
structure of the protocol has not changed.
4.1 Physical Layer
DB-9 RS232 Connector
MC-8
COM1
9 Pin D-Shell (female)
Host
Transmit Data
2
2
2 2 Receive Data
Receive Data
3
3
3 3 Transmit Data
5
5
5 5 Ground
Ground
9 Pin D-Shell (female)
9 Pin D-Shell (male)
9 Pin D-Shell (male)
Note: The wiring requirements for a 9 pin to 9 pin serial connection are a male to female straight through cable.
4.2 Serial Port Driver
MC-8 serial port has been setup to operate as follows:
Operating Mode:
Baud rate:
Data Size:
Parity:
Stop Bits:
Hardware Handshaking:
Full Duplex
19.2K baud
8 bits (1 byte)
Odd
1
None
4.3 Errors
The MC-8 will detect parity, framing, and data overrun errors. If any of the physical layer errors are
detected, the complete packet is corrupted and the MC-8 will reset the transaction and begin to look for a
start of packet byte.
4.4 MC-8 Receive Buffer
The MC-8 has an internal receive buffer. The buffer is 256 Bytes and will transmit a NAK packet with an
error code of DC_ERR_BUFFER_FULL to the HOST if the buffer is full. If the buffer is full, all data
transmitted to the MC-8 will be ignored. Therefore, making the currently transmitted packet, if partially
transmitted invalid.
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4.5 MC-8 Hardware Verification
This test verifies the RS232 ports are working by comparing the transmitted signal (at pin 2) to the
received signal (at pin 3). The MC-8 transmits a known test signal just following a power up. The MC-8
monitors the serial port receivers while transmitting the test signal. If the signals are the same, the test
passes. In order to test this circuit, RS232 Wraparound plug(s) are needed and must be installed at the
female D9 connector(s) on the rear panel of the MC-8 labeled “RS232”. The wraparound plug shorts pins
2 to 3, allowing for the MC-8 to receive the signal it is transmitting. Once installed, power cycle the MC-8
and verify the following message is displayed on the FPD:
SERIAL PORT A PASSED
SERIAL PORT B PASSED
This message is displayed for about 2 seconds before entering normal operating mode. If no messages
are displayed, then both wrap tests failed.
5 Data Link Layer
The data link layer is used to define a transmission packet. The layer appends a header and tail that
encloses the transmitted application packet data. The data link header will contain the start of packet
byte and count of bytes to follow. The data link tail will contain the end of packet byte.
Data Link
Header:
Byte Number
First Byte(0)
Byte(1)
Description
Start of Packet (SOP)
DLL Data Count
Application Header:
Byte(2)
Command
APP Data Count (number of application data bytes to
Byte(3)
Follow)
Value
0xF1
nn
nn
nn
Application Data:
Byte(4)
Byte(5)
…
Last Data Byte -1
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[…]
Data[Data Count -1]
nn
nn
nn
nn
Data Link Tail:
Last Byte
End of Packet (EOP)
0xF2
5.1 Errors
If the number of DLL data bytes received is the same as the data count and an EOP has not been
received, the MC-8 responds by transmitting a NAK packet with an error code
DC_ERR_INVALID_PACKET. The MC-8 then continues to look for a SOP byte and will not process the
erroneous application packet. The HOST can use this as an indicator to retransmit the corrupted packet.
In addition, each byte of a packet must be received sequentially and within the INTER_PACKET_TIME. If
any of the bytes within a packet transmission exceeds the INTER_PACKET_TIME, the MC-8 will respond
by transmitting a NAK packet with an error code DC_ERR_INVALID_PACKET. The MC-8 then continues
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to look for a SOP byte and will not process the erroneous application packet. The HOST can use this as
an indicator to retransmit the corrupted packet.
6 Application Layer
6.1 MC-8 Asynchronous Notification Packets
MC-8 has been designed to transmit the asynchronous notification packets following these system
changes:
1. Power On
2. Entering Standby
3. Front Panel Display update
4. Parameter Value Changes.
The notification packets are defined as follows:
6.1.1 Wakeup Notification
By transmitting the Wakeup Notification, the MC-8 indicates the unit has just “powered on” or reset and is
ready to receive host commands. This notification is primarily for the HOST to know the status of the
MC-8.
6.1.1.1 Notification Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
DC_WAKEUP
Data Count
0
Application Data:
N/A
0x01
0x00
6.1.1.2 Host Response
The MC-8 does not expect any response from the HOST.
6.1.2 Sleep Notification
By transmitting the Sleep Notification, the MC-8 indicates the unit is shutting down into a standby mode.
Because the hard power switch could be activated independently of the MC-8 system software, hard
power down will not be notified. Acknowledgment of the Sleep Notification is not required. This
notification is primarily for the HOST to know the operating status of the MC-8.
6.1.2.1 Notification Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
DC_SLEEP
Data Count
0
Application Data:
N/A
0x02
0x00
6.1.3 Front Panel Display
The MC-8 will transmit the front panel display buffer following the update to the MC-8 front panel display.
The MC-8 front panel display is 2 X 20 ASCII character display. The HOST can enable transmission of
this notification message by sending Host Wakeup (6.3.5 page 13). To disable transmission the HOST
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can send Host Sleep (6.3.6 page 14). Transmission of the display buffer is asynchronous to other
host/MC-8 communication and will only transmit following the completion of any communication
exchanges in progress or pending.
6.1.3.1 Notification Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
Data Count
Application Data:
Data[0] - Data[20]
Data[21] - Data[41]
6.1.3.2 Data Description
Line1
Data Type:
Max Length:
DC_FPD
42
0x03
0x2A
Line1
Line2
ch ch ch… 0x00
ch ch ch … 0x00
Null (0x00) terminated ASCII character string.
DISP_LINE_LENGTH defined in the Protocol Constants table
(Appendix E page 39)
Line2
Data Type:
Max Length:
Null (0x00) terminated ASCII character string.
DISP_LINE_LENGTH defined in the Protocol Constants table
(Appendix E page 39)
The MC-8 includes 8 custom characters that are defined to display increments of a display block.
(i.e. Volume Bar) The custom characters are ASCII character codes 8E - 93(hex). The codes
are used as follows:
'8E' - empty cell
'8F' - left 1 bar
'90' - left 2 bars
'91' - left 3 bars
'92' - left 4 bars
'93' - full cell
6.1.3.3 HOST Response
The MC-8 does not expect any response from the HOST.
6.1.4 MC-8 Parameter Notification by Id
The MC-8 will transmit parameter change notifications if they are enabled using the commands described
by the Set Parameter Notification by Id (6.3.17 page 25). If a parameter value is changed due to any
user action or system action the MC-8 will transmit the current value of the parameter that is changing.
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6.1.4.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_PARAM_NOTIFICATION_BY_ID
Data Count
24
Application Data:
Data[0]
ParamId(LSB)
Data[1]
ParamId(MSB)
Data[2]
ParamType
Data[3-23]
Value[0 -20]
0x05
0x18
nn
nn
nn
nn nn
nn…
6.1.4.2 Data Description
Same as the Set Parameter Value by ID: Data Description (6.3.12.2 page 20).
6.1.4.3 HOST Response
The MC-8 does not expect any response from the HOST.
6.1.4.4 Defaults
The following Parameters Notifications are Enabled in the MC-8 default state:
Parameter
Current Mode
Main Zone Mute
Main Zone Volume
Main Zone Balance
Main Zone Input Selection
Zone 2 Input
Zone 2 Volume
Zone 2 Balance
Zone 2 Mute
Bass
Treble
Loudness
Tilt
Menu Background On/Off
MC-8 Parameter Name
HPARAM_MAIN_EFFECT
HPARAM_MAIN_MUTE
HPARAM_MAIN_VOLUME
HPARAM_MAIN_BALANCE
HPARAM_MAIN_INPUT
HPARAM_ZONE_INPUT
HPARAM_ZONE_VOLUME
HPARAM_ZONE_BALANCE
HPARAM_ZONE_MUTE
HPARAM_MAIN_BASS
HPARAM_MAIN_TREBLE
HPARAM_MAIN_LOUDNESS
HPARAM_MAIN_TILT
HPARAM_OSD_BACKGND
See V2.00 Parameter ID List (page 44) for the Parameter ID definitions.
6.2 Acknowledgment Packets
Acknowledge and No Acknowledge packets are used to communicate transmission, packet and data
validation status. Both the HOST and MC-8 can transmit and receive these packets.
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6.2.1 Acknowledge
6.2.1.1 Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
DC_ACK 0xE0
Data Count
1
0x01
Application Data:
Data[0]
Command nn
6.2.1.2 Data Description
Command:
DataType:
Valid MC-8 command as defined in the Command Codes table
(Appendix A page 35).
6.2.2 No Acknowledge
6.2.2.1 Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
DC_NACK
Data Count
2
Application Data:
Data[0]
Command
Data[1]
ErrorCode
6.2.2.2 Data Description
Command:
DataType:
ErrorCode:
DataType:
0xE1
0x02
nn
nn
Valid MC-8 command as defined in the Command Codes table
(Appendix A page 35).
Error code as defined in the Error Codes table (Appendix B page 36).
6.3 Host Initiated Command Packets
The MC-8 serial communication protocol has been designed to respond to the following commands as
described below. Each command is transmitted to the MC-8 with the identified parameters. If the
command is successfully received and processed by the MC-8, the unit will respond with the described
response packet or action.
6.3.1 Reset Unit
Commands the MC-8 to soft reset.
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6.3.1.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
DC_CMD_RESET
Data Count
0
Application Data:
N/A
0x10
0x00
6.3.1.2 MC-8 Response
The MC-8 will perform an internal reset. After reset, the MC-8 will go through a soft power-up
initialization. This includes transmitting the “Wakeup Notification Packet”. A soft reset does not
reinitialize the MC-8. Nonvolatile RAM is maintained.
6.3.2 Restore Defaults
Commands the MC-8 to restore the system and effect parameters to the factory defaults.
6.3.2.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
DC_CMD_RESTORE_DEFAULTS
Data Count 0
Application Data:
N/A
0x13
0x00
6.3.2.2 MC-8 Response
The MC-8 will reset, clear any saved system and effect parameters in Nonvolatile RAM, and
restore the factory default system and effect parameters. After reset the MC-8 will go through a
soft power-up initialization. This includes transmitting the “Wakeup Notification Packet”.
6.3.3 Get Custom Name
Request to MC-8 for an effect definition. MC-8 will respond with “Custom Name Packet”.
6.3.3.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
DC_CMD_GET_CUST_NAME
Data Count 0
Application Data:
N/A
0x2B
0x00
6.3.3.2 Data Description
N/A
6.3.3.3 Custom Name Response Packet
Application Header:
Command
Data Count
Application Data:
Data[0]- Data[DataCount-1]
DC_RESP_CUST_NAME
Number of Characters in
CustomName + 1
0x89
CustomName
ch ch ch … 0x00
nn
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6.3.3.4 Data Description
CustomName:
Data Type:
Max Length:
Null (0x00) terminated ASCII character string.
CUSTOM_NAME_LENGTH defined in the Protocol Constants table
(Appendix E page 39).
6.3.4 Set Custom Name
Sets the Custom Name that can be displayed when the unit powers up.
6.3.4.1 Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
Data Count
Application Data:
Data[0]
Data[1]-Data[DataCount-1]
6.3.4.2 Data Description
CustomNameEnable:
DataType:
TRUE:
FALSE:
CustomName:
Data Type:
Max Length:
DC_CMD_SET_CUST_NAME 0x2C
Number of characters in
CustomName + 2
nn
CustomNameEnable
CustomName
nn
ch ch ch … 0x00
Enables/Disables the Custom Name Display.
Boolean
CustomName Enabled
CustomName Disabled
Null (0x00) terminated ASCII character string.
CUSTOM_NAME_LENGTH defined in the Protocol Constants table
(Appendix E page 39).
6.3.4.3 MC-8 Response
If the custom name enable is TRUE then the custom name banner is display on “power on”. If
the Custom Name Enable is FALSE the custom name is not displayed. The CustomName string
is copied to Nonvolatile RAM. The MC-8 will ACK when completed with this command.
6.3.4.4 Data Validation:
No data validation is done on the transmitted data.
6.3.5 Host Wakeup
By transmitting the Wakeup Notification, the Host indicates it has just “powered on” or reset and is ready
to receive MC-8 Notifications or Responses. The Host is assumed to be asleep upon power up of the
MC-8. Host status is maintained during standby.
6.3.5.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
HOST_WAKEUP
Data Count
0
Application Data:
N/A
0x11
0x00
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6.3.5.2 Data Description
N/A
6.3.5.3 MC-8 Response
The MC-8 will respond to this command with an ACK.
6.3.6 Host Sleep
By transmitting the Sleep command, the Host indicates it has just “powered down” and will no longer
respond to MC-8 Notifications. No Acknowledgment is expected. The Host is assumed to be asleep
upon power up of the MC-8. Host status is maintained during standby.
6.3.6.1 Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
HOST_SLEEP
Data Count
0
Application Data:
N/A
0x12
0x00
6.3.6.2 Data Description
N/A
6.3.7 Get Communication Configuration
This command is a request to the MC-8 for the current communications configuration for the serial port
and protocol. The MC-8 responds to this command with a Communication Configuration Packet.
6.3.7.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
DC_CMD_GET_COM_CONFIG
Data Count 0
Application Data:
N/A
0x2F
0x00
6.3.7.2 Communication Configuration Response Packet
Application Header:
Command
DC_RESP_COM_CONFIG
Data Count
1
Application Data:
Data[0]
Configuration Register 0
6.3.7.3 Data Description
Data Word
Bit
0
0
0
1
Acknowledge Enable:
TRUE
0x8C
0x01
nn
Definition
Acknowledge Enable
Parameter Change Enable
Indicates the MC-8 will transmit Acknowledge Notification to the Host.
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FALSE
Indicates the MC-8 will not transmit any positive Acknowledge
Notification messages. The MC-8 will always transmit NAK error
notification messages.
Parameter Change Enable:
TRUE
Indicates the MC-8 will transmit any parameter change Notification as
specified in the Parameter Change Notification Message.
FALSE
Indicates the MC-8 will not transmit parameter change Notifications.
6.3.8 Set Communication Configuration
The Set Communication Configuration Command allows the serial port user to set up the various serial
port/ protocol configuration parameters.
6.3.8.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
Data Count
Application Data:
Data[0]
6.3.8.2 Data Description
Data Word
Bit
0
0
0
1
Acknowledge Enable:
TRUE
FALSE
DC_CMD_SET_COM_CONFIG
1
0x30
0x01
Configuration Register 0
nn
Definition
Acknowledge Enable
Parameter Change Enable
Indicates the MC-8 will transmit Acknowledge Notification to the Host.
Indicates the MC-8 will not transmit any positive Acknowledge
Notification messages. The MC-8 will always transmit NAK error
notification messages.
Parameter Change Enable:
TRUE
Indicates the MC-8 will transmit any parameter change Notification as
specified in the Parameter Change Notification Message.
FALSE
Indicates the MC-8 will not transmit parameter change Notifications.
6.3.8.3 MC-8 Response
The data values transmitted will be copied over to the registers stored in nonvolatile RAM. The
MC-8 will respond with an ACK Packet.
6.3.9 Set Mute
The Set Mute Command message allows the RS232 users to set/clear the MC-8 mute state directly.
6.3.9.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
Data Count
Application Data:
Data[0]
DC_CMD_SET_MUTE
1
0x31
0x01
Mute State
nn
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6.3.9.2 Data Description
MUTE State:
Value
Definition
0
UNMUTE
1
USER MUTE
2
FULL MUTE
Description
The user mute state is set to unmuted. The MC-8
may still be muted for other internal reasons.
The system volume decrements by the specified
user amount as set in the OUTPUT LEVELS Menu.
The system is fully muted.
6.3.9.3 MC-8 Response
The MC-8 will set the mute state according to the value transmitted. The MC-8 may still be full
muted if other conditions require the audio path to be muted. This is only a direct access to the
user mute state.
6.3.9.4 Data Validation
The data value transmitted to the MC-8 will be verified as a valid value. If it is valid the MC-8 will
set/clear the mute and respond with an ACK Packet. If the data value is invalid the MC-8 will
respond with a DC_INVALID_DATA error NAK.
6.3.10 Send Display String Command
This command allows the Host to send a 40 character string to the MC-8 for display on the OSD and
Front Panel Display.
6.3.10.1 Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
Data Count
Application Data:
Data[0]
Data[1]-Data[DataCount-1]
DC_CMD_SET_DISPLAY_STR 0x33
Number of characters in the
nn
DisplayStr + 2
DisplayFlags
DisplayStr
nn
ch ch ch … 0x00
6.3.10.2 Data Description
Display Command Flags:
Word
Bit
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Definition
FPD only: If set TRUE, the display string will only be sent to
the FPD device for display.
Undefined.
Undefined.
Undefined.
Undefined.
Undefined.
Undefined.
Undefined.
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Display String:
Data Type:
Max Length:
Null (0x00) terminated ASCII character string.
40 Characters.
6.3.10.3 MC-8 Response
The display string is sent to the OSD and Front Panel Display. The MC-8 will ACK when
completed with this command.
6.3.10.4 Data Validation:
If a string length exceeds the 40 character maximum the string will be truncated before displaying
and the MC-8 will transmit a DC_NAK command with an error code DC_INVALID_DATA.
6.3.11 MC-8 Get Parameter Definition by Id
Request to MC-8 for a Parameter Definition by Parameter Id. MC-8 will respond with “MC-8 Parameter
Definition Packet”.
6.3.11.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command MC_GET_PARAM_BY_ID
Data
2
Count
Application Data:
Data[0]
ParamId(LSB)
Data[1]
ParamId(MSB)
6.3.11.2 Data Description
ParamId:
Data Type:
Max Value:
0x35
0x02
nn
nn
Unsigned 16 bit Integer
Max Parameter Count as reported by the MC-8 Unit Configuration
Response Packet (6.3.14.2 page 22)
6.3.11.3 Data Validation:
If the ParamId is not a valid Id the MC-8 will respond with a NAK packet and error code DC_
INVALID_PARAM_ID.
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6.3.11.4 Parameter Definition Response Packet
The following Packet has been defined as follows for MC-8 V1.00. Future releases may modify
this definition.
Application Header:
Command
Data Count
Application Data:
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3]
Data[4]
Data[5]
Data[6]
Data[7-27]
MC_SYS_PARAM_DEF_PK
T
110
ParamId(LSB)
ParamId(MSB)
ParamType
MAX Value(LSB)
MAX Value(MSB)
MIN Value(LSB)
MIN Value(MSB)
CurrentValue[0 -20]
Data[28]-Data[108]
Parameter Path
Data[108]
Read Only
6.3.11.5 Data Description
ParamId:
Data Type:
Max Value:
0x8F
0x6E
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn nn nn…
ch ch ch …
0x00
nn
Unsigned 16 bit Integer
Max Parameter Count as reported by the MC-8 Unit Configuration
Response Packet (6.3.14.2 page 22)
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ParamType:
Param Type Name
ParamType
ID
PARAM_TYPE_UINT8
0
PARAM_TYPE_UINT16
1
PARAM_TYPE_CSTR8
2
PARAM_TYPE_CSTR13
3
PARAM_TYPE_UINT32
4
PARAM_TYPE_BOOLEAN
5
PARAM_TYPE_INT8
6
PARAM_TYPE_BRANCH
7
PARAM_TYPE_INT16
8
PARAM_TYPE_CSTR20
9
Type Description
Unsigned 8 bit integer(0 to
255)
Unsigned 16 bit integer(0 to
65535)
Zero terminated string of 8
ascii characters
Zero terminated string of 13
ascii characters
Unsigned 32 bit integer (0 to
4,294,967,295 )
Boolean( 0 to 1)
Signed 8 bit integer
(-127 to 128)
Parameter Branch
Signed 16 bit integer
(-32,767 to 32,768)
Zero terminated string of 20
ascii characters
Data Size
(Bytes)
1
2
9
14
4
1
1
N/A
2
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Data:
The data value transmitted is dependent on the ParamType, as described above. The
CurrentValue is always packed starting at the CurrentValue [0] byte in the packet. For
multi-byte data, the values are packed LSB first(CurrentValue [0]) to MSB(CurrentValue
[0+(num bytes-1)]). For example: Setting a given signed 16 bit parameter to a value of 300 the data array would be packed as follows:
Data[0] = 0xd4
Data[1] = 0xfe
Data[2 - 13] = don't care.
If a parameter's current value is a signed 16 bit parameter with a value of -3 the data
array would be packed as follows:
Data[0] = 0xfd
Data[1] = 0xff
Data[2 - 13] = don't care.
All signed values are in the 2's compliment format.
Max Value:
This is a 16 bit value representing the maximum value for a parameter. Parameter
values exceeding the maximum will be limited to the maximum. This may be a signed or
unsigned value depending on the Parameter Type.
Min Value:
This is a 16 bit value representing the minimum value for a parameter. Parameter values
exceeding the minimum will be limited to the minimum. This may be a signed or unsigned
value depending on the Parameter Type.
Parameter Path:
This is a zero terminated ASCII character string describing the parameter's name and
path in the units parameter tree structure.
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Read Only:
Data Type:
TRUE:
FALSE:
Boolean
Parameter is read only
Parameter is writeable
6.3.12 MC-8 Set Parameter Value by Id
MC-8 Set Parameter by Id command sets the parameter value equal to the value sent in the command
packet and then runs the appropriate functional changes associated with changing the given parameter.
6.3.12.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command MC_CMD_SET_SYS_PARAM_VALUE_BY_ID
Data Count 24
Application Data:
Data[0]
ParamId(LSB)
Data[1]
ParamId(MSB)
Data[2]
ParamType
Data[3-23] Value[0 -20]
6.3.12.2 Data Description
ParamId:
Data Type:
Max Value:
0x36
0x18
nn
nn
nn
nn nn
nn…
Unsigned 16 bit Integer
Max Parameter Count as reported by the MC-8 Unit Configuration
Response Packet (6.3.14.2 page 22)
ParamType:
Param Type Name
ParamType
ID
PARAM_TYPE_UINT8
0
PARAM_TYPE_UINT16
1
PARAM_TYPE_CSTR8
2
PARAM_TYPE_CSTR13
3
PARAM_TYPE_UINT32
4
PARAM_TYPE_BOOLEAN
5
PARAM_TYPE_INT8
6
PARAM_TYPE_BRANCH
7
PARAM_TYPE_INT16
8
PARAM_TYPE_CSTR20
9
Type Description
Unsigned 8 bit integer(0
to 255)
Unsigned 8 bit integer(0
to 65535)
Zero terminated string of
8 ascii characters
Zero terminated string of
13 ascii characters
Unsigned 32 bit integer
(0 to 4,294,967,295 )
Boolean (0 to 1)
Signed 8 bit integer
(-127 to 128)
Parameter Branch
Signed 16 bit integer
(-32,767 to 32,768)
Zero terminated string of
20 ascii characters
Data Size
(Bytes)
1
2
9
14
4
1
1
N/A
2
21
Value:
The data value transmitted is dependent on the ParamType, as described above. The
Data Value is always packed starting at the Value[0] byte in the packet. For multi-byte
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data, the values are packed LSB first(Value[0]) to MSB(Value[0+(num bytes-1)]). For
example: Setting a given signed 16 bit parameter to a value of -300 the data array would
be packed as follows:
Value[0] = 0xd4
Value[1] = 0xfe
Value[2 - 13] = don't care.
All signed values are in the 2's compliment format.
6.3.12.3 Data Validation:
The ParamId must be a valid Parameter. The ParamType must be valid for the given ParamId. If
either of these conditions is not true, the MC-8 will respond with a NAK packet and error code DC
_ INVALID_PARAM_ID. The data value size cannot exceed the size of a given data type. A
value that does exceed the size of a give data type will be truncated to the appropriate size. The
ParamType transmitted must match the ParamType for the Parameter being transmitted, as per
the Parameter Definition as transmitted by the MC_SYS_PARAM_DEF_PKT . If the types do not
match, the MC-8 will transmit a NAK packet with a DC_INVALID_INPUT error code. The MC-8
will transmit a NAK packet with a DC_ERR_READ_ONLY error code for read only parameters.
6.3.13 MC-8 Set Parameter Value by Id, No Run
MC-8 Set Parameter by Id command sets the parameter value equal to the value sent in the command
packet and does not run the appropriate functional changes associated with changing the given
parameter.
6.3.13.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_CMD_SET_SYS_PARAM_VALUE_BY_ID_NO_RUN
Data Count
24
Application Data:
Data[0]
ParamId(LSB)
Data[1]
ParamId(MSB)
Data[2]
ParamType
Data[3-23]
Value[0 -20]
0x37
0x18
nn
nn
nn
nn nn nn…
6.3.13.2 Data Description
Same as Set Parameter Value by ID: Data Description (6.3.12.2 page 20).
6.3.14 MC-8 Get Unit Configuration
Request to MC-8 for its current unit configuration. MC-8 will respond with “Unit Configuration Packet”.
The HOST should use this information to determine if any information saved by the HOST is current.
6.3.14.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_CMD_GET_CONFIG
Data Count
0
Application Data:
N/A
0x38
0x00
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6.3.14.2 MC-8 Unit Configuration Response Packet
Application Header:
Command
MC_RESP_UNIT_CONFIG
Data Count
30
Application Data:
Data[0]
ProductId
Data[1]
Software Type
Data[2]
Software Level
Data[3]
Software Major Revision
Data[4]
Software Minor Revision
Data[5]
Protocol Major Revision
Data[6]
Protocol Minor Revision
Data[7]
Parameter Count Low(LSB)
Data[8]
Parameter Count High(MSB)
Data[9]
Effect Count
Data[10]
TimeStamp[0]
Data[11]
TimeStamp[1]
Data[12]
TimeStamp[2]
Data[13]
TimeStamp[3]
Data[14]
TimeStamp[4]
Data[15]
TimeStamp[5]
Data[16]
TimeStamp[6]
Data[17]
TimeStamp[7]
Data[18]
TimeStamp[8]
Data[19]
TimeStamp[9]
Data[20]
TimeStamp[10]
Data[21]
TimeStamp[11]
Data[22]
TimeStamp[12]
Data[23]
TimeStamp[13]
Data[24]
TimeStamp[14]
Data[25]
TimeStamp[15]
Data[26]
SerialNumber(LSB)
Data[27]
SerialNumber
Data[28]
SerialNumber
Data[29]
SerialNumber(MSB)
0x91
0x1E
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
ch
ch
ch
ch
ch
ch
ch
ch
ch
ch
ch
ch
ch
ch
ch
0x00
nn
nn
nn
nn
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6.3.14.3 Data Description
ProductId:
This unsigned 8 bit value describes the product.
Product ID
Lexicon DC-2
Lexicon MC-1
JBL Synthesis SDP-3
Lexicon MC-12
JBL Synthesis SDP-40
Lexicon MC-8
JBL Synthesis SDP-5
Software Type:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
An unsigned 8 bit value indicating the current configuration of the unit’s
software. The following table shows the values assigned to the available
types:
SW Type
THX
AC3
DTS
COMPLETE
BOOTROM
Software Level:
1
2
3
4
5
The following table shows the values assigned to the possible software
levels:
SW Level
RELEASED
PRE_ALPHA
ALPHA
BETA
GAMMA
UNSUPPORTED
0
1
2
3
4
5
Note: SW level indicates the status of the MC-8 internal application software.
Software Major Revision:
An unsigned 8 bit integer value indicating the unit’s major software version.
The host should use this information to determine if new effects, effect
parameters, or system parameters have been added or removed.
Software Minor Revision:
An unsigned 8 bit integer value indicating this units minor software version.
Indicates the units software operation has changed but effects, effect
parameters, or system parameters have not changed.
Protocol Major Revision:
An unsigned 8 bit integer value indicating the serial communication protocol
major version. The host should use this value to determine if new
commands, notifications, or response packets have been added or deleted
from this specification.
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Protocol Minor Revision:
An unsigned 8 bit integer value indicating the serial communication protocol
minor version. The host should use this value to determine if the existing
commands, notifications, or response packets have changed in this
specification
Parameter Count:
An unsigned 16 bit integer value indicating the maximum number of
parameters for this version of software. All Parameters are sequentially
ordered within the unit so cycling from ParamId 0 to ParamId = Parameter
Count -1 allows for the host system to learn the Parameter definitions for all
Parameters defined for a given software version. The 16 bit value is packed
LSB followed by the MSB.
Total Number of Effects:
An unsigned 8 bit integer value indicating the maximum number of effects
available for this version of software.
TimeStamp:
Is a null terminated ASCII text string describing the build date and time of the
current software build. The Format of this text string is:
“yy/mm/dd(sp)hh:mm”
yy- is the last two digits of the year (i.e. year 2001=01, year 2002 = 02)
mm - is the month
dd- is the day
(sp) - is an ASCII space character (0x20)
hh - is the hour
mm - is the minute
SerialNumber:
The Serial Number is an unsigned 32 bit integer holding the unique value of
the current unit.
6.3.15 MC-8 Send IR Command
This command allows the HOST to transmit IR command key codes to the MC-8.
6.3.15.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_CMD_IR
Data Count 1
Application Data:
Data[0]
KeyCode
6.3.15.2 Data Description
KeyCode:
Data Type:
Valid Values:
0x39
0x01
nn
Unsigned 8 bit integer.
MC-8 IR Codes (Appendix C page 37)
6.3.15.3 MC-8 Response
The KeyCode is processed as a valid IR code. No acknowledgment will be sent from MC-8.
6.3.15.4 Data Validation
The KeyCode data will be verified as a legal IR code. If the Code is not valid the MC-8 will not
respond.
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6.3.16 MC-8 Get Parameter Value by Id
Request to MC-8 for the current value of a given parameter. The MC-8 will respond with a “Parameter
Value Packet”.
6.3.16.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
Data Count
Application Data:
Data[0]
Data[1]
6.3.16.2 Data Description
ParamId:
Data Type:
Max:
MC_CMD_GET_PARAM_VALUE_BY_ID
2
0x3A
0x02
ParamId (LSB)
ParamId (MSB)
nn
nn
Unsigned 16 bit integer.
Max Parameter Count as reported by the MC-8 Unit Configuration
Response Packet (6.3.14.2 page 22)
6.3.16.3 Data Validation
If ParamId exceeds the maximum value, the MC-8 will ignore the command and transmit a
DC_NAK command with an error code DC_INVALID_PARAM_ID.
6.3.16.4 MC-8 Value String Response Packet
Application Header:
Command
Data Count
Application Data:
Data[0]
Data[1]
Data[2]
Data[3-23]
MC_RESP_PARAM_VALUE
24
0x92
0x18
ParamId (LSB)
ParamId (MSB)
ParamType
Value[0 -20]
nn
nn
nn
nn nn nn…
6.3.16.5 Data Description
Same as Set Parameter Value by ID: Data Description (6.3.12.2 page 20).
6.3.17 MC-8 Set Parameter Notification by Id
Request to MC-8 to enable or disable transmission of the MC-8 parameter change notification for a given
parameter.
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6.3.17.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_CMD_SET_PARAM_NOTIFICATION_BY_ID
Data Count
3
Application Data:
Data[0]
ParamId (LSB)
Data[1]
ParamId (MSB)
Data[2]
Enable/Disable
6.3.17.2 Data Description
ParamId:
Data Type:
Max:
Enable/Disable:
Data Type:
TRUE:
FALSE:
0x3B
0x03
nn
nn
nn
Unsigned 16 bit integer.
Max Parameter Count as reported by the MC-8 Unit Configuration
Response Packet (6.3.14.2 page 22)
Boolean
Enable transmission of parameter notification
Disable transmission of parameter notification
6.3.17.3 Data Validation
If ParamId exceeds the maximum value, the MC-8 will ignore the command and transmit a
DC_NAK command with an error code DC_INVALID_PARAM_ID.
6.3.17.4 MC-8 Response
If a parameter has been enabled for notification the MC-8 will transmit its current value whenever
it has been changed due to any user or system action. For the details of the MC-8 notification
packet, see the Parameter Notification by Id description (6.1.4 page 9).
6.3.18 MC-8 Parameter Get Value String by Id
Request to MC-8 for the string representation of a given value for a given parameter. The MC-8 will
respond with a “Value String Response Packet”.
6.3.18.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_CMD_PARAM_GET_VALUE_STRING_BY_ID
Data Count
23
Application Data:
Data[0]
ParamId (LSB)
Data[1]
ParamId (MSB)
Data[2] - Data[22] Value[0] - Value[20]
6.3.18.2 Data Description
ParamId:
Data Type:
Max:
0x3C
0x17
nn
nn
nn nn nn ..
Unsigned 16 bit integer.
Max Parameter Count as reported by the MC-8 Unit Configuration
Response Packet (6.3.14.2 page 22)
Value:
See Set Parameter Value by ID: Data Description (6.3.12.2 page 20).
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6.3.18.3 Data Validation
If ParamId exceeds the its maximum value, the MC-8 will ignore the command and transmit a
DC_NAK command with an error code DC_INVALID_PARAM_ID.
6.3.18.4 MC-8 Value String Response Packet
Application Header:
Command
MC_RESP_VALUE_STRING
Number of Characters in Value
Data Count
String + 1
Application Data:
Data[0] - Data[20]
Value String
6.3.18.5 Data Description
Value String:
Data Type:
Max Length:
0x93
nn
ch ch ch … 0x00
Null (0x00) terminated ASCII string.
21 (20 characters plus terminating Null)
6.3.19 MC-8 Clear All Parameter Notifications
Request to the MC-8 to disable all MC-8 parameter notifications.
6.3.19.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_CMD_CLEAR_ALL_PARAM_NOTIFICATIONS
Data Count
0
Application Data:
N/A
0x3D
0x00
6.3.20 MC-8 Get System Status
Request to MC-8 for its current system status. MC-8 will respond with “System Status Packet”.
6.3.20.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_CMD_GET_SYS_STATUS
Data Count
0
Application Data:
N/A
0x3E
0x00
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6.3.20.2 System Status Response Packet
Application Header:
Command
MC_RESP_SYS_STATUS
Data Count
10
Application Data:
Data[0]
System Volume
Data[1]
Current Input
Data[2]
Current Effect Id
Data[3]
Current Input Sample Rate
Data[4]
Current Input Format
Data[5]
Mute Active
Data[6]
Effect Bypass
Data[7]
Left/Right Balance
Data[8]
Front/Back Balance
Data[9]
Video Sync
6.3.20.3 Data Description
System Volume:
Data Type:
Max:
Min:
0x94
0x0A
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
Signed 8 bit integer (2’s compliment)
+12 (0x0C) (12 dB)
-80 (0xB0) (-80 dB)
Current Input:
Data Type:
Unsigned 8 bit integer
Definition/Conversion: MC-8 Input Ids (Appendix D page 39).
Current Effect Id:
Data Type:
Unsigned 8 bit integer
Definition/Conversion: MC-8 Mode Ids (Appendix F page 40).
Current Input Sample Rate:
Data Type:
Unsigned 8 bit integer.
SAMPLE RATE
RATE_UNKNOWN
RATE_44
RATE_48
RATE_88
RATE_96
0
1
2
3
4
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Current Input Format:
Data Type:
Unsigned 8 bit integer.
DATA STREAM TYPE
DATA_TYPE_UNKNOWN
DATA_TYPE_BYPASS
DATA_TYPE_ANALOG
DATA_TYPE_PCM
DATA_TYPE_DD
DATA_TYPE_DTS
DATA_TYPE_NOISE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Mute Active:
Data Type:
TRUE:
FALSE:
Boolean.
System Mute is Active
System is unmuted.
Effect Bypass:
Data Type:
TRUE:
FALSE:
Boolean
Effect Bypass is Active
Effect Bypass is Inactive
Left/Right Balance:
Data Type:
Max:
Min:
Signed 8 bit integer (2’s compliment)
16 (0x10) (Full Right)
-16 (0xF0) (Full Left)
Front/Back Balance:
Data Type:
Max:
Min:
Signed 8 bit integer (2’s compliment)
16 (0x10) (Full Front)
-16 (0xF0) (Full Back)
Video Sync:
Data Type:
TRUE:
FALSE:
Boolean.
MC-8 has detected Video Sync for current video input
MC-8 can not detect Video Sync for the current video input
6.3.21 MC-8 Get Zone Status
This command is a request to MC-8 for current Zone 2 Status. MC-8 will respond with “Zone2 Status
Packet”.
6.3.21.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_GET_REC_ZONE2_STATUS
Data Count
0
Application Data:
N/A
0x3F
0x00
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6.3.21.2 Zone2 Status Response Packet
Application Header:
Command
MC_RESP_REC_ZONE2_STATUS
Data Count
5
Application Data:
Data[0]
Zone2 Volume
Data[1]
Assigned Zone 2 Input
Data[2]
Reserved For Future Use
Data[3]
Zone2 Mute Active
Data[4]
Zone2 Balance
0x95
0x05
nn
nn
nn
nn
nn
6.3.21.3 Data Description
Zone2 Volume:
Data Type:
Max:
Min:
Signed 8 bit integer (2’s compliment)
+12 (0x0C) (12 dB)
-80 dB (0xB0) (-80 dB)
Assigned Zone 2 Input:
Indicates the Zone 2 input that is currently assigned for the zone 2 outputs.
Data Type:
Unsigned 8 bit integer.
Definition/Conversion: MC-8 Input Ids (Appendix D page 39)
Zone2 Mute Active:
Data Type:
TRUE:
FALSE:
Boolean.
Zone2 Outputs are active.
Zone 2 Outputs are not active.
Zone 2 Balance:
Data Type:
Max:
Min:
Signed 8 bit integer (2’s compliment)
16 (0x10) (Full Right)
-16 (0xF0) (Full Left)
6.3.22 MC-8 Set System Volume
This command is a request to the MC-8 to set the system volume with the value in this packet.
6.3.22.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_CMD_SET_SYS_VOLUME
Data Count
1
Application Data:
Data[0]
Value
6.3.22.2 Data Description
Value:
Data Type:
Max:
Min:
0x40
0x01
nn
Signed 8 bit integer (2’s compliment)
+12 (0x0C) (12 dB)
-80 (0xB0) (-80 dB)
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6.3.22.3 MC-8 Response
The MC-8 will assign the value from the packet to the system volume.
6.3.22.4 Data Validation
If a value is passed that exceeds the maximum value of that parameter the MC-8 will ignore the
command and transmit a DC_NAK command with an error code DC_INVALID_DATA.
6.3.23 MC-8 Set Main Balance
Commands MC-8 to set the system balance to the value in this packet.
6.3.23.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
DC_CMD_SET_SYS_BALANCE
Data Count
1
Application Data:
Data[0]
Value
6.3.23.2 Data Description
Value:
Data Type:
Max:
Min:
0x41
0x01
nn
Signed 8 bit integer (2’s compliment)
+16 (0x10) (Full Right)
-16 (0xF0) (Full Left)
6.3.23.3 MC-8 Response
The MC-8 will assign the value from the packet to the system balance.
6.3.23.4 Data Validation
If a value is passed that exceeds the maximum value of that parameter the MC-8 will ignore the
command and transmit a DC_NAK command with an error code DC_INVALID_DATA.
6.3.24 MC-8 Set Front/Back Balance
Commands MC-8 to set the front/back balance to the value in this packet.
6.3.24.1 Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_CMD_SET_FRONT_BACK_BALANCE
Data Count
1
Application Data:
Data[0]
Value
6.3.24.2 Data Description
Value:
Data Type:
Max:
Min:
0x42
0x01
nn
Signed 8 bit integer (2’s compliment)
+16 (0x10) (Full Front)
-16 (0xF0) (Full Back)
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6.3.24.3 MC-8 Response
The MC-8 will assign the value from the packet to the front/back balance.
6.3.24.4 Data Validation
If a value is passed that exceeds the maximum value of that parameter the MC-8 will ignore the
command and transmit a NAK command with an error code DC_INVALID_DATA.
6.3.25 MC-8 Set Active Effect by Id
This command requests the MC-8 to set the active effect to the value in this packet.
6.3.25.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_CMD_SET_EFFECT
Data Count
1
Application Data:
Data[0]
EffectId
0x43
0x01
nn
6.3.25.2 Data Description
EffectId:
Data Type:
Unsigned 8 bit integer
Definition/Conversion: MC-8 Mode Ids (Appendix F page 40)
6.3.25.3 MC-8 Response
The MC-8 will load the desired effect.
6.3.25.4 Data Validation
If a value is passed that exceeds the maximum value of that parameter the MC-8 will ignore the
command and transmit a NAK command with an error code DC_INVALID_DATA.
6.3.26 MC-8 Set Zone2 Volume
Commands MC-8 to set the Zone 2 volume with the value in this packet.
6.3.26.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_CMD_SET_ZONE2_VOLUME
Data Count 1
Application Data:
Data[0]
Value
6.3.26.2 Data Description
Value:
Data Type:
Max:
Min:
0x45
0x01
nn
Signed 8 bit integer (2’s compliment)
+12 (0x0C) (12dB)
-80 (0xB0) (-80 dB)
6.3.26.3 MC-8 Response
The MC-8 will assign the value from the packet to the Zone 2 volume.
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6.3.26.4 Data Validation
If a value is passed that exceeds the maximum value of that parameter the MC-8 will ignore the
command and transmit a NAK command with an error code DC_INVALID_DATA.
6.3.27 MC-8 Set Zone2 Left/Right Balance
Commands MC-8 to set the Zone 2 balance to the value in this packet.
6.3.27.1 Packet Description
Application Header:
Command MC_CMD_SET_ZONE2_BALANCE
Data
1
Count
Application Data:
Data[0]
Value
6.3.27.2 Data Description
Value:
Data Type:
Max:
Min:
0x46
0x01
nn
Signed 8 bit integer (2’s compliment)
+16 (0x10) (Full Right)
-16 (0xF0) (Full Left)
6.3.27.3 MC-8 Response
The MC-8 will assign the value from the packet to the Zone 2 balance.
6.3.27.4 Data Validation
If a value is passed that exceeds the maximum value of that parameter the MC-8 will ignore the
command and transmit a NAK command with an error code DC_INVALID_DATA.
6.3.28 MC-8 Get Input Name by Id
This command is a request to MC-8 for the custom input name. MC-8 will respond with “Input Name
Packet”.
6.3.28.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
MC_CMD_GET_INPUT_NAME
Data Count 1
Application Data:
Data[0]
InputId
0x47
0x01
nn
6.3.28.2 Data Description
InputId:
Data Type:
Unsigned 8 bit Integer
Definition/Conversion: MC-8 Input Ids (Appendix D page 39)
6.3.28.3 Data Validation:
The InputId must be a valid Input number. If it is not valid, the MC-8 will respond with a NAK
packet and error code DC_INVALID_INPUT.
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6.3.28.4 Input Name Response Packet
Application Header:
Command
MC_RESP_INPUT_NAME
Number of Characters in
InputName + 2
Data Count
Application Data:
Data[0]
InputId
Data[1]- Data[DataCount-1] InputName
0x96
nn
nn
ch ch ch … 0x00
6.3.28.5 Data Description
InputId:
Data Type:
Unsigned 8 bit Integer
Definition/Conversion: MC-8 Input Ids (Appendix D page 39)
InputName:
Data Type:
Max Length:
Null (0x00) terminated ASCII character string.
INPUT_NAME_LENGTH defined in Protocol Constants (Appendix E
page 39)
6.3.29 MC-8 Set Input Name by Id
Sets an Input Name to the transmitted value for a given input.
6.3.29.1 Command Packet Description
Application Header:
Command
Data Count
Application Data:
Data[0]
Data[1]-Data[DataCount-1]
MC_CMD_SET_INPUT_NAME
Number of characters in
InputName + 2
0x48
InputId
InputName
0 to 7
ch ch ch ... 0x00
nn
6.3.29.2 Data Description
InputId:
Data Type:
Unsigned 8 bit Integer
Description/Conversion: MC-8 Input Ids (Appendix D page 39)
InputName:
Data Type:
Max Length:
Null (0x00) terminated ASCII character string.
INPUT_NAME_LENGTH defined in Protocol Constants (Appendix E
page 39)
6.3.29.3 MC-8 Response
MC-8 will copy the InputName to the given input.
6.3.29.4 Data Validation:
The InputId must be a valid Input Id. If it is not the MC-8 will respond with a NAK packet and
error code DC_INVALID_INPUT. If the InputName string exceeds the INPUT_NAME_LENGTH,
the MC-8 will truncate the string to the INPUT_NAME_LENGTH.
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Appendix A Command Codes
Notifications:
DC_NO_CMD
DC_WAKEUP
DC_SLEEP
DC_FPD
MC_PARAM_NOTIFICATION_BY_ID
Host Commands:
DC_CMD_RESET
HOST_WAKEUP
HOST_SLEEP
DC_CMD_RESTORE_DEFAULTS
DC_CMD_GET_CUST_NAME
DC_CMD_SET_CUST_NAME
DC_CMD_GET_COM_CONFIG
DC_CMD_SET_COM_CONFIG
DC_CMD_SET_MUTE
DC_CMD_SET_DISPLAY_STR
MC_CMD_GET_SYS_PARAM_BY_ID
MC_CMD_SET_SYS_PARAM_VALUE_BY_ID
MC_CMD_SET_SYS_PARAM_VALUE_BY_ID_NO_RUN
MC_CMD_GET_CONFIG
MC_CMD_IR
MC_CMD_GET_PARAM_VALUE_BY_ID
MC_CMD_SET_PARAM_NOTIFICATION_BY_ID
MC_CMD_PARAM_GET_VALUE_STRING_BY_ID
MC_CMD_CLEAR_ALL_PARAM_NOTIFICATIONS
MC_CMD_GET_SYS_STATUS
MC_GET_REC_ZONE2_STATUS
MC_CMD_SET_SYS_VOLUME
MC_CMD_SET_SYS_BALANCE
DC_CMD_SET_FRONT_BACK_BALANCE
MC_CMD_SET_EFFECT
MC_CMD_SET_ZONE2_VOLUME
MC_CMD_SET_ZONE2_BALANCE
MC_CMD_GET_INPUT_NAME
MC_CMD_SET_INPUT_NAME
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x03
0x05
0x10
0x11
0x12
0x13
0x2B
0x2C
0x2F
0x30
0x31
0x33
0x35
0x36
0x37
0x38
0x39
0x3A
0x3B
0x3C
0x3D
0x3E
0x3F
0x40
0x41
0x42
0x43
0x45
0x46
0x47
0x48
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Responses
DC_RESP_CUST_NAME
DC_RESP_COM_CONFIG
MC_RESP_SYS_PARAM_DEF
MC_RESP_UNIT_CONFIG
MC_RESP_PARAM_VALUE
MC_RESP_VALUE_STRING
MC_RESP_SYS_STATUS
MC_RESP_REC_ZONE2_STATUS
MC_RESP_INPUT_NAME
Acknowledgments
DC_ACK
DC_NAK
0x89
0x8C
0x8F
0x91
0x92
0x93
0x94
0x95
0x96
0xE0
0xE1
Appendix B Error Codes
Error
NO_ACK
DC_NO_ERROR
DC_ERR_PARITY
DC_ERR_FRAMING
DC_ERR_OVERRUN
DC_ERR_INVALID_PACKET
DC_ERR_TIME_OUT
DC_ERR_BUFFER_FULL
Code(Hex)
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x03
0x04
0x05
0x06
0x07
DC_INVALID_COUNT
DC_INVALID_CMD
DC_INVALID_DATA
DC_INVALID_ADDRESS
DC_INVALID_EFFECT_ID
DC_INVALID_PARAM_ID
DC_INVALID_NAME
DC_INVALID_INPUT
DC_ERR_READ_ONLY
0x10
0x11
0x12
0x13
0x14
0x15
0x16
0x17
0x18
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Appendix C MC-8 IR Codes
KEY
FUNCTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
STANDBY
ON
FP
BLUE
LIGHT
OSD
STAT
UP_ARROW
LEFT_ARROW_DONE
Reserved
RIGHT_ARROW_SELECT
DN_ARROW
MUTE
MODE_INCR
MODE_DECR
VOL_INCR
VOL_DECR
MAIN_DVD_1
MAIN_DVD_2
MAIN_SAT
MAIN_VCR
MAIN_TV
MAIN_CD
MAIN_TUNER
MAIN_AUX
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
LOGIC7_LOGO
DOLBY_LOGO
DTS_LOGO
THX_LOGO
MUSIC
TV_L_LOGO
MAIN_TOGGLE_7_5
MAIN_2_CHANNEL
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
DATA
(hex)
0x19
0x18
0x04
0x03
None
0x02
0x1C
0x01
0x0A
0x08
0x1D
0x15
0x1A
0x1B
0x17
0x16
0x20
0x21
0x24
0x25
0x23
0x26
0x2A
0x2B
0x0D
0x0C
0x0F
0x0B
0x10
0x0E
0x1E
0x1F
FUNCTION
MAIN_OFF
Reserved
BAL_CENTER
TRIGGER1_OFF
LIGHT
TRIGGER1_ON
INPUT_STATUS
FADER_FRONT
BAL_LEFT
Reserved
BAL_RIGHT
FADER_REAR
FULL_MUTE
VOL_N15DB
VOL_N30DB
VOL_03DB
VOL_N03DB
BASS_INCR
TREBLE_INCR
TILT_INCR
LOUDNESS_ON
BASS_DECR
TREBLE_DECR
TILT_DECR
LOUDNESS_OFF
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
PANORAMA
DOLBY_EX_TOGGLE
DTS_ES_TOGGLE
THX_EX_TOGGLE
MUSIC_SURROUND
MONO_LOGIC
MAIN_SRC_MODE
BYPASS
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
DATA
(hex)
0x99
0x98
0x84
0x83
None
0x82
0x9C
0x81
0x8A
0x88
0x9D
0x95
0x9A
0x9B
0x97
0x96
0xA0
0xA1
0xA4
0xA5
0xA3
0xA6
0xAA
0xAB
0x8D
0x8C
0x8F
0x8B
0x90
0x8E
0x9E
0x9F
FUNCTION
ZONE_OFF
Reserved
ZONE_BAL_CENTER
EQ_OFF
LIGHT
Reserved
ZONE_STATUS
SUB_ADJ_INCR
ZONE_BAL_LEFT
Reserved
ZONE_BAL_RIGHT
SUB_ADJ_DECR
ZONE_MUTE
ZONE_VOL_N15DB
ZONE_VOL_N30DB
ZONE_VOL_INCR
ZONE_VOL_DECR
ZONE_DVD_1
ZONE_DVD_2
ZONE_SAT
ZONE_VCR
ZONE_TV
ZONE_CD
ZONE_TUNER
ZONE_AUX
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
DATA
(hex)
0x59
0x58
0x44
0x43
None
0x42
0x5C
0x41
0x4A
0x48
0x5D
0x55
0x5A
0x5B
0x57
0x56
0x60
0x61
0x64
0x65
0x63
0x66
0x6A
0x6B
0x4D
0x4C
0x4F
0x4B
0x50
0x4E
0x5E
0x5F
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Additional Ir Codes(V2.0)
Mode
Code(hex)
Mode
Code(hex)
DIRECT_LOGIC7_IR
0xAC
DIRECT_DTS_LOGIC7_IR
0xEC
DIRECT_TV_LOGIC_IR
0xAD
DIRECT_DTS_MUSIC_IR
0xED
DIRECT_MUSIC_LOGIC_IR
0xAE
DIRECT_DTS_2CHANNEL_IR
0xEE
DIRECT_2CHAN_SURROUND_IR
0xAF
DIRECT_DTS_IR
0xEF
DIRECT_2_CHANNEL_IR
0xB0
DIRECT_DTS_THX_IR
0xF0
DIRECT_MONO_LOGIC_IR
0xB1
DIRECT__51_AD_FILM_IR
0xF1
DIRECT_MONO_SURROUND_IR
0xB2
DIRECT__51_AD_MUSIC_IR
0xF2
DIRECT_MONO_IR
0xB3
DIRECT__51_AD_2CHANNEL_IR
0xF3
DIRECT_PROLOGIC_IR
0xB4
DIRECT__51_AD_IR
0xF4
DIRECT_PROLOGIC2_IR
0xB5
DIRECT__51_AD_THX_IR
0xF5
DIRECT_PL2MUSIC_IR
0xB6
DIRECT_NIGHTCLUB_IR
0xF6
DIRECT_THX_CINEMA_IR
0xB7
DIRECT_CONCERT_HALL_IR
0xF7
DIRECT_DTS_NEO_FILM_IR
0xB8
DIRECT_CHURCH_IR
0xF8
DIRECT_DTS_NEO_MUSIC_IR
0xB9
DIRECT_CATHEDRAL_IR
0xF9
DIRECT__51_LOGIC7_IR
0xBA
DIRECT_MUSIC_SURR_IR
0xFA
DIRECT__51_TV_LOGIC_IR
0xBB
DIRECT__51_AD_THX_MUSIC_IR
0xFB
DIRECT__51_MUSIC_IR
0xBC
DIRECT_DTS_THX_MUSIC_IR
0xFC
DIRECT__51_THX_IR
0xBD
DIRECT__51_THX_MUSIC_IR
0xFD
DIRECT_DOLBY_DIGITAL_IR
0xBE
DIRECT_PANORAMA_IR
0xFE
DIRECT__51_2CHANNEL_IR
0xBF
DIRECT__51_MONO_LOGIC_IR
0xC0
DIRECT_PLIIX_THX
0xCB
DIRECT__51_MONO_SURROUND_IR
0xC6
DIRECT_PLIIX_MOVIE
0xCC
DIRECT__51_MONO_IR
0xC7
DIRECT_PLIIX_MUSIC
0xCD
DIRECT_5_1PLIIX_MOVIE
0xCE
DIRECT_5_1_PLIIX_MUSIC
0xCF
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Appendix D MC-8 Input Ids
MC-8
Input Name
OFF
DVD1
DVD2
TV
SAT
VCR
CD
TUNER
AUX
MC-8
Input Id
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Appendix E Protocol Constants
Constant
FPD_LINE_LENGTH
PARAM_NAME_LENGTH
Value (Dec)
20
13
Units
Chars
Chars
CUSTOM_NAME_LENGTH
INPUT_NAME_LENGTH
PARAM_PATH_LENGTH
20
8
80
Chars
Chars
Chars
INTER_PACKET_TIME
200
mSec
SOP
EOP
0xF1
0xF2
Hex
Hex
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Appendix F MC-8 Mode Ids
MC-8 Mode Name
NONE
MC-8
Effect ID
0
MC-8
Effect
ID(hex)
0
N/A
1
1
Internal Noise
2
2
L7 Film
3
3
L7 TV
4
4
L7 Music
5
5
2-Ch Surround
6
6
2-Channel
7
7
Mono Logic
8
8
Mono Surround
9
9
Mono
10
0A
5.1 L7 Film
17
11
5.1 L7 TV
18
12
5.1 L7 Music
19
13
THX(ex)
20
14
Dolby Digital
21
15
5.1 2-Channel
22
16
5.1 Mono Logic
23
17
5.1 Mono Surround
24
18
5.1 Mono
25
19
dts L7 Film
26
1A
dts L7 Music
27
1B
dts 2-Channel
28
1C
dts
29
1D
dts THX
30
1E
2ch Analog Bypass
31
1F
5.1 Analog Bypass
32
20
Nightclub
41
29
Concert Hall
42
2A
Church
43
2B
Cathedral
44
2C
L7 Music Surround
45
2D
Panorama
50
32
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PLII + THX
14
0E
PLII Movie
12
0C
PLII Music
13
0D
PL + THX
51
33
Pro Logic
11
0B
DtsNEO6 + THX
52
34
DtsNEO6 Cin
15
0F
DtsNEO6 Music
16
10
THX Music (5.1)
48
30
Dts THX Music
47
2F
Application Notes and Examples
6.4 Box initializations:
6.4.1 MC-8:
When the MC-8 is powered on it will initialize the serial port and then transmit the DC_WAKEUP
Packet, and look for an ACK from the HOST. Currently, if an ACK is not received, the MC-8
continues to operate. This message is mostly for the HOST to know if the MC-8 is in an
operational state.
6.4.2 HOST:
When the HOST issues a HOST_WAKEUP Packet the MC-8 responds with an ACK and then
transmits the current FPD buffer with a DC_FPD notification. If the Host issues a
HOST_WAKEUP command and does not receive the ACK it should assume it is not connected
or the MC-8 is not capable of responding on the RS232 and therefore further serial
communications will not be possible. If the MC-8 RS232 is capable of communicating, the MC-8
will respond to a HOST_WAKEUP Command in any “Powered up” state including standby.
6.5 Simple System Control & System Status:
The HOST can control the system via the IR commands thus making any direct IR code a direct
command. Because of some limitations in the IR codes the HOST also has direct control over
the system volume, balance, fader, effect selection, zone 2 volume, balance and input selection
through dedicated commands.
6.6 Examples:
The following examples show the byte’s transmitted for the MC-8 Get Unit Configuration, and
Send MC-8 IR, and Send MC-8 IR Commands . They are shown as they should be transmitted
from left to right.
6.6.1 MC-8 Get Unit Configuration
The HOST initiates by sending the GET_UNIT_CONFIG command packet:
SOP DLL DC CMD AppDC
EOP
F1
03
38
00
F2
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If the command is received without error the MC-8 responds with the UNIT_CONFIG response
packet:
SOP
F1
DLL DC CMD App DC
1E
DATA3 DATA4
91
DATA5
19
DATA0
DATA1
Product Id SW TYPE
6
04
DATA6
DATA2
SW LVL
00
DATA7
DATA8
DATA9
PARAM
SW MJ SW MN PTCL MJ PTCL COUNT
REV
REV
REV MN REV (LSB)
01
00
01
00
38
PARAM
COUNT
(MSB)
04
EFFECT
COUNT
33
DATA10 DATA11 DATA12 DATA13 DATA14 DATA15 DATA16 DATA17
Time
Time
Time
Time
Time
Time
Time
Time
Stamp
Stamp Stamp Stamp
Stamp Stamp Stamp Stamp
30
32
2f
30
32
2f
32
31
0
2
/
1
2
/
3
1
DATA18 DATA19 DATA20 DATA21 DATA22 DATA23 DATA24 DATA25
Time
Time
Time
Time
Time
Time
Time
Time
Stamp
Stamp Stamp Stamp
Stamp Stamp Stamp Stamp
20
31
37
3A
30
35
00
00
(sp)
1
7
:
0
5
DATA26 DATA27 DATA28 DATA29
EOP
Serial
Serial
Number Serial Serial Number
(LSB) Number Number (MSB)
68
04
00
00
F2
From the response packet we can see that the MC-8 is configured as a
Product Id is Lexicon MC-8
Software type COMPLETE
Software level of RELEASED
Software Version 1.00
Protocol Version 1.00
with 1080 parameters
and 51 effects,
and the software image was built
“02/12/31 17:05”
and has an internal serial number of
1128 (0x00 00 04 68)
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6.6.2 Send MC-8 IR Command Example
SOP
DLL DC
CMD
F1
04
39
AppDC DATA0
IR Key
Code
01
26
EOP
F2
This example shows how to transmit the IR command for “MAIN_CD”. This example command will
select the CD input for the Main Zone. The bytes are transmitted from left to right
and they are defined as:
Byte 0: Start of Packet(F1 hex)
Byte 1: Data Link Layer(DLL) Data Count(DC); for an IR command this would be 4 bytes
to follow
Byte 2: The Application Layer Command, in this case it is 39 hex indicating this is an IR
command packet.
Byte 3: The Application Layer Data Count(DC); for this packet it is 1 data byte to follow.
Byte 4: The Application Command Data: This IR Command Packet is transmitting Key
Code “MAIN_CD”(26 hex). To transmit other IR Key Codes the user would replace
this byte with other IR key codes as found in MC-8 IR Codes (Appendix C page
37).
Byte 5: End of Packet (F2 hex)
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MC8 V2.00 Parameter ID List
The following table is for MC8 V2.00 reference only. These Parameter Id Values will change
with S/W and Protocol version changes. The MC8 can always be queried for the correct
Parameter Id numbers and Parameter Definition Packets.
ParamId ParamId
Parameter Name
(dec)
(hex)
0
0x0000
1
0x0001 PARAM.INPUTS
2
0x0002 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF
3
0x0003 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.INPNAME
4
0x0004 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.DIGIN
5
0x0005 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.ANLGIN
6
0x0006 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.ANLGTRIM
7
0x0007 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.TRIMMODE
8
0x0008 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.VIDEOIN
9
0x0009 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.CH2EFFCT
10
0x000A PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.DDEFFCT
11
0x000B PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.DTSEFFCT
12
0x000C PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.MSRCMODE
13
0x000D PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.ZSRCMODE
14
0x000E PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.ANLGBYPASS
15
0x000F PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.TRIGGER1
16
0x0010 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.COMPONENTIN
17
0x0011 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.SVID_16_9
18
0x0012 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.SVIDOSD_4_3
19
0x0013 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.COMPNTOSD
20
0x0014 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF._51_AD_EFFECT
21
0x0015 PARAM.INPUTS.OFF.LIVEEFFCT
22
0x0016 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1
23
0x0017 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.INPNAME
24
0x0018 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.DIGIN
25
0x0019 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.ANLGIN
26
0x001A PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.ANLGTRIM
27
0x001B PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.TRIMMODE
28
0x001C PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.VIDEOIN
29
0x001D PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.CH2EFFCT
30
0x001E PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.DDEFFCT
31
0x001F PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.DTSEFFCT
32
0x0020 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.MSRCMODE
33
0x0021 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.ZSRCMODE
34
0x0022 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.ANLGBYPASS
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0x0023 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.TRIGGER1
36
0x0024 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.COMPONENTIN
37
0x0025 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.SVID_16_9
38
0x0026 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.SVIDOSD_4_3
39
0x0027 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.COMPNTOSD
40
0x0028 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1._51_AD_EFFECT
41
0x0029 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD1.LIVEEFFCT
42
0x002A PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2
43
0x002B PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.INPNAME
44
0x002C PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.DIGIN
45
0x002D PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.ANLGIN
46
0x002E PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.ANLGTRIM
47
0x002F PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.TRIMMODE
48
0x0030 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.VIDEOIN
49
0x0031 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.CH2EFFCT
50
0x0032 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.DDEFFCT
51
0x0033 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.DTSEFFCT
52
0x0034 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.MSRCMODE
53
0x0035 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.ZSRCMODE
54
0x0036 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.ANLGBYPASS
55
0x0037 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.TRIGGER1
56
0x0038 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.COMPONENTIN
57
0x0039 PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.SVID_16_9
58
0x003A PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.SVIDOSD_4_3
59
0x003B PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.COMPNTOSD
60
0x003C PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2._51_AD_EFFECT
61
0x003D PARAM.INPUTS.DVD2.LIVEEFFCT
62
0x003E PARAM.INPUTS.CD
63
0x003F PARAM.INPUTS.CD.INPNAME
64
0x0040 PARAM.INPUTS.CD.DIGIN
65
0x0041 PARAM.INPUTS.CD.ANLGIN
66
0x0042 PARAM.INPUTS.CD.ANLGTRIM
67
0x0043 PARAM.INPUTS.CD.TRIMMODE
68
0x0044 PARAM.INPUTS.CD.VIDEOIN
69
0x0045 PARAM.INPUTS.CD.CH2EFFCT
70
0x0046 PARAM.INPUTS.CD.DDEFFCT
71
0x0047 PARAM.INPUTS.CD.DTSEFFCT
72
0x0048 PARAM.INPUTS.CD.MSRCMODE
73
0x0049 PARAM.INPUTS.CD.ZSRCMODE
74
0x004A PARAM.INPUTS.CD.ANLGBYPASS
75
0x004B PARAM.INPUTS.CD.TRIGGER1
76
0x004C PARAM.INPUTS.CD.COMPONENTIN
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0x004D PARAM.INPUTS.CD.SVID_16_9
78
0x004E PARAM.INPUTS.CD.SVIDOSD_4_3
79
0x004F PARAM.INPUTS.CD.COMPNTOSD
80
0x0050 PARAM.INPUTS.CD._51_AD_EFFECT
81
0x0051 PARAM.INPUTS.CD.LIVEEFFCT
82
0x0052 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER
83
0x0053 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.INPNAME
84
0x0054 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.DIGIN
85
0x0055 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.ANLGIN
86
0x0056 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.ANLGTRIM
87
0x0057 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.TRIMMODE
88
0x0058 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.VIDEOIN
89
0x0059 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.CH2EFFCT
90
0x005A PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.DDEFFCT
91
0x005B PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.DTSEFFCT
92
0x005C PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.MSRCMODE
93
0x005D PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.ZSRCMODE
94
0x005E PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.ANLGBYPASS
95
0x005F PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.TRIGGER1
96
0x0060 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.COMPONENTIN
97
0x0061 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.SVID_16_9
98
0x0062 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.SVIDOSD_4_3
99
0x0063 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.COMPNTOSD
100
0x0064 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER._51_AD_EFFECT
101
0x0065 PARAM.INPUTS.TUNER.LIVEEFFCT
102
0x0066 PARAM.INPUTS.TV
103
0x0067 PARAM.INPUTS.TV.INPNAME
104
0x0068 PARAM.INPUTS.TV.DIGIN
105
0x0069 PARAM.INPUTS.TV.ANLGIN
106
0x006A PARAM.INPUTS.TV.ANLGTRIM
107
0x006B PARAM.INPUTS.TV.TRIMMODE
108
0x006C PARAM.INPUTS.TV.VIDEOIN
109
0x006D PARAM.INPUTS.TV.CH2EFFCT
110
0x006E PARAM.INPUTS.TV.DDEFFCT
111
0x006F PARAM.INPUTS.TV.DTSEFFCT
112
0x0070 PARAM.INPUTS.TV.MSRCMODE
113
0x0071 PARAM.INPUTS.TV.ZSRCMODE
114
0x0072 PARAM.INPUTS.TV.ANLGBYPASS
115
0x0073 PARAM.INPUTS.TV.TRIGGER1
116
0x0074 PARAM.INPUTS.TV.COMPONENTIN
117
0x0075 PARAM.INPUTS.TV.SVID_16_9
118
0x0076 PARAM.INPUTS.TV.SVIDOSD_4_3
46
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
119
0x0077 PARAM.INPUTS.TV.COMPNTOSD
120
0x0078 PARAM.INPUTS.TV._51_AD_EFFECT
121
0x0079 PARAM.INPUTS.TV.LIVEEFFCT
122
0x007A PARAM.INPUTS.VCR
123
0x007B PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.INPNAME
124
0x007C PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.DIGIN
125
0x007D PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.ANLGIN
126
0x007E PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.ANLGTRIM
127
0x007F PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.TRIMMODE
128
0x0080 PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.CH2EFFCT
129
0x0081 PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.VIDEOIN
130
0x0082 PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.DDEFFCT
131
0x0083 PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.DTSEFFCT
132
0x0084 PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.MSRCMODE
133
0x0085 PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.ZSRCMODE
134
0x0086 PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.ANLGBYPASS
135
0x0087 PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.TRIGGER1
136
0x0088 PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.COMPONENTIN
137
0x0089 PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.SVID_16_9
138
0x008A PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.SVIDOSD_4_3
139
0x008B PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.COMPNTOSD
140
0x008C PARAM.INPUTS.VCR.LIVEEFFCT
141
0x008D PARAM.INPUTS.VCR._51_AD_EFFECT
142
0x008E PARAM.INPUTS.SAT
143
0x008F PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.INPNAME
144
0x0090 PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.DIGIN
145
0x0091 PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.ANLGIN
146
0x0092 PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.ANLGTRIM
147
0x0093 PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.TRIMMODE
148
0x0094 PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.VIDEOIN
149
0x0095 PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.CH2EFFCT
150
0x0096 PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.DDEFFCT
151
0x0097 PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.DTSEFFCT
152
0x0098 PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.MSRCMODE
153
0x0099 PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.ZSRCMODE
154
0x009A PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.ANLGBYPASS
155
0x009B PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.TRIGGER1
156
0x009C PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.COMPONENTIN
157
0x009D PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.SVID_16_9
158
0x009E PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.SVIDOSD_4_3
159
0x009F PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.COMPNTOSD
160
0x00A0 PARAM.INPUTS.SAT._51_AD_EFFECT
47
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
161
0x00A1 PARAM.INPUTS.SAT.LIVEEFFCT
162
0x00A2 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX
163
0x00A3 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.INPNAME
164
0x00A4 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.DIGIN
165
0x00A5 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.ANLGIN
166
0x00A6 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.ANLGTRIM
167
0x00A7 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.TRIMMODE
168
0x00A8 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.VIDEOIN
169
0x00A9 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.CH2EFFCT
170
0x00AA PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.DDEFFCT
171
0x00AB PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.DTSEFFCT
172
0x00AC PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.MSRCMODE
173
0x00AD PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.ZSRCMODE
174
0x00AE PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.ANLGBYPASS
175
0x00AF PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.TRIGGER1
176
0x00B0 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.COMPONENTIN
177
0x00B1 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.SVID_16_9
178
0x00B2 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.SVIDOSD_4_3
179
0x00B3 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.COMPNTOSD
180
0x00B4 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX._51_AD_EFFECT
181
0x00B5 PARAM.INPUTS.AUX.LIVEEFFCT
182
0x00B6 PARAM.INPUTS.ANLGCONFIG
183
0x00B7 PARAM.INPUTS.LEVELS
184
0x00B8 PARAM.INPUTS.LEVELS.INLEFT
185
0x00B9 PARAM.INPUTS.LEVELS.INRIGHT
186
0x00BA PARAM.INPUTS.LEVELS.INCENTER
187
0x00BB PARAM.INPUTS.LEVELS.INLFE
188
0x00BC PARAM.INPUTS.LEVELS.SIDELEFT
189
0x00BD PARAM.INPUTS.LEVELS.SIDERIGHT
190
0x00BE PARAM.INPUTS.LEVELS.REARLEFT
191
0x00BF PARAM.INPUTS.LEVELS.REARRIGHT
192
0x00C0 PARAM.INPUTS.LEVELS.PEAK
193
0x00C1 PARAM.INPUTS.AUTOTRIM
194
0x00C2 PARAM.MAIN
195
0x00C3 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS
196
0x00C4 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.FRONT
197
0x00C5 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.FRONT.HP_XOVER
198
0x00C6 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.FRONT.LEFT
199
0x00C7 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.FRONT.LEFT.DISTANCE
200
0x00C8 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.FRONT.LEFT.OUTLEVEL
201
0x00C9 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.FRONT.RIGHT
202
0x00CA PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.FRONT.RIGHT.DISTANCE
48
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
203
0x00CB PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.FRONT.RIGHT.OUTLEVEL
204
0x00CC PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.FRONT.FULL_AND_SUB
205
0x00CD PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA
206
0x00CE PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_FRONT_HP_XOVER
207
0x00CF PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_FRONT_L_DIST
208
0x00D0 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_FRONT_L_LEVEL
209
0x00D1 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_FRONT_R_DIST
210
0x00D2 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_FRONT_R_LEVEL
211
0x00D3 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_CNTR_HP_XOVER
212
0x00D4 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_CNTR_DIST
213
0x00D5 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_CNTR_LEVEL
214
0x00D6 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_SIDE_HP_XOVER
215
0x00D7 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_SIDE_L_DIST
216
0x00D8 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_SIDE_L_LEVEL
217
0x00D9 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_SIDE_R_DIST
218
0x00DA PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_SIDE_R_LEVEL
219
0x00DB PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_REAR_HP_XOVER
220
0x00DC PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_REAR_L_DIST
221
0x00DD PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_REAR_L_LEVEL
222
0x00DE PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_REAR_R_DIST
223
0x00DF PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_REAR_R_LEVEL
224
0x00E0 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_SUB_LP_XOVER
225
0x00E1 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_SUB_L_DIST
226
0x00E2 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_SUB_L_LEVEL
227
0x00E3 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_SUB_R_DIST
228
0x00E4 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_SUB_R_LEVEL
229
0x00E5 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_LFE_DIST
230
0x00E6 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.AUTOCAL_DATA.AC_LFE_LEVEL
231
0x00E7 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.CENTER
232
0x00E8 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.CENTER.HP_XOVER
233
0x00E9 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.CENTER.DISTANCE
234
0x00EA PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.CENTER.OUTLEVEL
235
0x00EB PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.CENTER.FULL_AND_SUB
236
0x00EC PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SIDE
237
0x00ED PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SIDE.HP_XOVER
238
0x00EE PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SIDE.LEFT
239
0x00EF PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SIDE.LEFT.DISTANCE
240
0x00F0 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SIDE.LEFT.OUTLEVEL
241
0x00F1 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SIDE.RIGHT
242
0x00F2 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SIDE.RIGHT.DISTANCE
243
0x00F3 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SIDE.RIGHT.OUTLEVEL
244
0x00F4 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SIDE.FULL_AND_SUB
49
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
245
0x00F5 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.REAR
246
0x00F6 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.REAR.HP_XOVER
247
0x00F7 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.REAR.LEFT
248
0x00F8 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.REAR.LEFT.DISTANCE
249
0x00F9 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.REAR.LEFT.OUTLEVEL
250
0x00FA PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.REAR.RIGHT
251
0x00FB PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.REAR.RIGHT.DISTANCE
252
0x00FC PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.REAR.RIGHT.OUTLEVEL
253
0x00FD PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.REAR.FULL_AND_SUB
254
0x00FE PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SUB
255
0x00FF PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SUB.LP_XOVER
256
0x0100 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SUB.LEFT
257
0x0101 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SUB.LEFT.DISTANCE
258
0x0102 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SUB.LEFT.OUTLEVEL
259
0x0103 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SUB.RIGHT
260
0x0104 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SUB.RIGHT.DISTANCE
261
0x0105 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SUB.RIGHT.OUTLEVEL
262
0x0106 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SUB.CONFIG
263
0x0107 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SUB.LIMITEN
264
0x0108 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SUB.LIMITADJ
265
0x0109 PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.DISTUNITS
266
0x010A PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.SUBNOISE
267
0x010B PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.THX_ULTRA2_SUB
268
0x010C PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.THX_BGC
269
0x010D PARAM.MAIN.OUTPUTS.THX_ASA
270
0x010E PARAM.MAIN.DATA_STREAM
271
0x010F PARAM.MAIN.DATA_STREAM.SAMPLE_RATE
272
0x0110 PARAM.MAIN.DATA_STREAM.DATA_TYPE
273
0x0111 PARAM.MAIN.DATA_STREAM.CHANNELS
274
0x0112 PARAM.MAIN.INPUT
275
0x0113 PARAM.MAIN.EFFECT
276
0x0114 PARAM.MAIN.VOLUME
277
0x0115 PARAM.MAIN.BALANCE
278
0x0116 PARAM.MAIN.FADER
279
0x0117 PARAM.MAIN.PWRONVOL
280
0x0118 PARAM.MAIN.MUTEBY
281
0x0119 PARAM.MAIN.BASS
282
0x011A PARAM.MAIN.TREBLE
283
0x011B PARAM.MAIN.TILT
284
0x011C PARAM.MAIN.MUTE
285
0x011D PARAM.MAIN.MODE
286
0x011E PARAM.MAIN.LOUDNESS
50
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
287
0x011F PARAM.MAIN.DOLBYDATA
288
0x0120 PARAM.MAIN.DOLBYDATA.DD_CHAN
289
0x0121 PARAM.MAIN.DOLBYDATA.ENCODING
290
0x0122 PARAM.MAIN.DOLBYDATA.REF_OFFSET
291
0x0123 PARAM.MAIN.DOLBYDATA.DDBITRATE
292
0x0124 PARAM.MAIN.DOLBYDATA.EXDETECT
293
0x0125 PARAM.MAIN.DOLBYDATA.ROOMTYPE
294
0x0126 PARAM.MAIN.DOLBYDATA.CLEV
295
0x0127 PARAM.MAIN.DOLBYDATA.SLEV
296
0x0128 PARAM.MAIN.DTSDATA
297
0x0129 PARAM.MAIN.DTSDATA.DTS_CHAN
298
0x012A PARAM.MAIN.DTSDATA.ES_FLAG
299
0x012B PARAM.MAIN.DTSDATA.DTSBITRATE
300
0x012C PARAM.MAIN.DTSDATA.WORDLEN
301
0x012D PARAM.MAIN.DTSDATA.SFREQ
302
0x012E PARAM.MAIN.DTSDATA._9624FLAG
303
0x012F PARAM.MAIN.MAXVOLUME
304
0x0130 PARAM.ZONE
305
0x0131 PARAM.ZONE.DATA_STREAM
306
0x0132 PARAM.ZONE.DATA_STREAM.SAMPLE_RATE
307
0x0133 PARAM.ZONE.DATA_STREAM.DATA_TYPE
308
0x0134 PARAM.ZONE.DATA_STREAM.CHANNELS
309
0x0135 PARAM.ZONE.INPUT
310
0x0136 PARAM.ZONE.VOLUME
311
0x0137 PARAM.ZONE.BALANCE
312
0x0138 PARAM.ZONE.PWRONVOL
313
0x0139 PARAM.ZONE.MUTE
314
0x013A PARAM.ZONE.TRIGGER1
315
0x013B PARAM.EFFECTS
316
0x013C PARAM.EFFECTS.INT_NOISE
317
0x013D PARAM.EFFECTS.INT_NOISE.NAME
318
0x013E PARAM.EFFECTS.INT_NOISE.OUTPUTLEVELS
319
0x013F PARAM.EFFECTS.INT_NOISE.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
320
0x0140 PARAM.EFFECTS.INT_NOISE.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
321
0x0141 PARAM.EFFECTS.INT_NOISE.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
322
0x0142 PARAM.EFFECTS.INT_NOISE.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
323
0x0143 PARAM.EFFECTS.INT_NOISE.TRIGGER1
324
0x0144 PARAM.EFFECTS.INT_NOISE.FRONTOUTLEVEL
325
0x0145 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7
326
0x0146 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.NAME
327
0x0147 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS
328
0x0148 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
51
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
329
0x0149 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
330
0x014A PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
331
0x014B PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
332
0x014C PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.AUTOAZIMUTH
333
0x014D PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.VOCALENH
334
0x014E PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.FRONTSTEER
335
0x014F PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.REEQ
336
0x0150 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.SOUNDSTAGE
337
0x0151 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.FIVESPKRENH
338
0x0152 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.BASSENH
339
0x0153 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.SURRROLLOFF
340
0x0154 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.REARDLYOFF
341
0x0155 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.CENTERONOFF
342
0x0156 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.SEVENCHANNEL
343
0x0157 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.MONODETECT_ON
344
0x0158 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.SURRONOFF
345
0x0159 PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.TRIGGER1
346
0x015A PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.HIFRONT_REARROLLOFF
347
0x015B PARAM.EFFECTS.LOGIC7.AUTOBALON
348
0x015C PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC
349
0x015D PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.NAME
350
0x015E PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
351
0x015F PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
352
0x0160 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
353
0x0161 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
354
0x0162 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
355
0x0163 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.AUTOAZIMUTH
356
0x0164 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.VOCALENH
357
0x0165 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.FRONTSTEER
358
0x0166 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.REEQ
359
0x0167 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.SOUNDSTAGE
360
0x0168 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.FIVESPKRENH
361
0x0169 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.BASSENH
362
0x016A PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.SURRROLLOFF
363
0x016B PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.REARDLYOFF
364
0x016C PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.CENTERONOFF
365
0x016D PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.SEVENCHANNEL
366
0x016E PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.MONODETECT_ON
367
0x016F PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.SURRONOFF
368
0x0170 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.TRIGGER1
369
0x0171 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.HIFRONT_REARROLLOFF
370
0x0172 PARAM.EFFECTS.TV_LOGIC.AUTOBALON
52
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
371
0x0173 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC
372
0x0174 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.NAME
373
0x0175 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
374
0x0176 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
375
0x0177 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
376
0x0178 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
377
0x0179 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
378
0x017A PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.AUTOAZIMUTH
379
0x017B PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.VOCALENH
380
0x017C PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.FRONTSTEER
381
0x017D PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.REEQ
382
0x017E PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.SOUNDSTAGE
383
0x017F PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.FIVESPKRENH
384
0x0180 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.BASSENH
385
0x0181 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.SURRROLLOFF
386
0x0182 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.REARDLYOFF
387
0x0183 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.CENTERONOFF
388
0x0184 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.SEVENCHANNEL
389
0x0185 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.MONODETECT_ON
390
0x0186 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.SURRONOFF
391
0x0187 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.TRIGGER1
392
0x0188 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.HIFRONT_REARROLLOFF
393
0x0189 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_LOGIC.AUTOBALON
394
0x018A PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA
395
0x018B PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.NAME
396
0x018C PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.OUTPUTLEVELS
397
0x018D PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
398
0x018E PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
399
0x018F PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
400
0x0190 PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
401
0x0191 PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.TWO_CH_MUX
402
0x0192 PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.TWOCHCNTRMIX
403
0x0193 PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.CENTERDELAY
404
0x0194 PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.MONOREARON
405
0x0195 PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.DECORRELATE
406
0x0196 PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.VOCALENH
407
0x0197 PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.REEQ
408
0x0198 PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.SURDLY10_25
409
0x0199 PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.TIMBRE
410
0x019A PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.THXMODEON
411
0x019B PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.TRIGGER1
412
0x019C PARAM.EFFECTS.THX_CINEMA.REARTIMBRE
53
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
413
0x019D PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC
414
0x019E PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.NAME
415
0x019F PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
416
0x01A0 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
417
0x01A1 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
418
0x01A2 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
419
0x01A3 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
420
0x01A4 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.TWO_CH_MUX
421
0x01A5 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.TWOCHCNTRMIX
422
0x01A6 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.CENTERDELAY
423
0x01A7 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.MONOREARON
424
0x01A8 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.DECORRELATE
425
0x01A9 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.VOCALENH
426
0x01AA PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.REEQ
427
0x01AB PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.SURDLY10_25
428
0x01AC PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC.TRIGGER1
429
0x01AD PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2
430
0x01AE PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.NAME
431
0x01AF PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.OUTPUTLEVELS
432
0x01B0 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
433
0x01B1 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
434
0x01B2 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
435
0x01B3 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
436
0x01B4 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.SURDLY10_25
437
0x01B5 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.TWO_CH_MUX
438
0x01B6 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.TWOCHCNTRMIX
439
0x01B7 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.CENTERDELAY
440
0x01B8 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.MONOREARON
441
0x01B9 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.DECORRELATE
442
0x01BA PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.VOCALENH
443
0x01BB PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.REEQ
444
0x01BC PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC2.TRIGGER1
445
0x01BD PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC
446
0x01BE PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.NAME
447
0x01BF PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
448
0x01C0 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
449
0x01C1 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
450
0x01C2 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
451
0x01C3 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
452
0x01C4 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.SIDEREAR10DELAY
453
0x01C5 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.TWO_CH_MUX
454
0x01C6 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.TWOCHCNTRMIX
54
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
455
0x01C7 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.CENTERDELAY
456
0x01C8 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.MONOREARON
457
0x01C9 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.DECORRELATE
458
0x01CA PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.VOCALENH
459
0x01CB PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.REEQ
460
0x01CC PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.PL2PAN
461
0x01CD PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.CNTRWIDTH
462
0x01CE PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.DIMENSION
463
0x01CF PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2MUSIC.TRIGGER1
464
0x01D0 PARAM.EFFECTS.PARTY
465
0x01D1 PARAM.EFFECTS.PARTY.NAME
466
0x01D2 PARAM.EFFECTS.PARTY.OUTPUTLEVELS
467
0x01D3 PARAM.EFFECTS.PARTY.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
468
0x01D4 PARAM.EFFECTS.PARTY.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
469
0x01D5 PARAM.EFFECTS.PARTY.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
470
0x01D6 PARAM.EFFECTS.PARTY.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
471
0x01D7 PARAM.EFFECTS.PARTY.AUTOAZIMUTH
472
0x01D8 PARAM.EFFECTS.PARTY.VOCALENH
473
0x01D9 PARAM.EFFECTS.PARTY.REEQ
474
0x01DA PARAM.EFFECTS.PARTY.MONOCNTR
475
0x01DB PARAM.EFFECTS.PARTY.TRIGGER1
476
0x01DC PARAM.EFFECTS.STEREO
477
0x01DD PARAM.EFFECTS.STEREO.NAME
478
0x01DE PARAM.EFFECTS.STEREO.OUTPUTLEVELS
479
0x01DF PARAM.EFFECTS.STEREO.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
480
0x01E0 PARAM.EFFECTS.STEREO.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
481
0x01E1 PARAM.EFFECTS.STEREO.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
482
0x01E2 PARAM.EFFECTS.STEREO.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
483
0x01E3 PARAM.EFFECTS.STEREO.AUTOAZIMUTH
484
0x01E4 PARAM.EFFECTS.STEREO.VOCALENH
485
0x01E5 PARAM.EFFECTS.STEREO.REEQ
486
0x01E6 PARAM.EFFECTS.STEREO.MONOCNTR
487
0x01E7 PARAM.EFFECTS.STEREO.TRIGGER1
488
0x01E8 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC
489
0x01E9 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.NAME
490
0x01EA PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.MONOENH
491
0x01EB PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.MAINLEVEL
492
0x01EC PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.ACADEMY
493
0x01ED PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.SURRROLLOFF
494
0x01EE PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.EFFECTLEVEL
495
0x01EF PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
496
0x01F0 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
55
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
497
0x01F1 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
498
0x01F2 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
499
0x01F3 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
500
0x01F4 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.VOCALENH
501
0x01F5 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.REEQ
502
0x01F6 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.USEREVERB
503
0x01F7 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_LOGIC.TRIGGER1
504
0x01F8 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO
505
0x01F9 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO.NAME
506
0x01FA PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO.OUTPUTLEVELS
507
0x01FB PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
508
0x01FC PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
509
0x01FD PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
510
0x01FE PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
511
0x01FF PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO.USEREVERB
512
0x0200 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO.FRONTOUTLEVEL
513
0x0201 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO.TRIGGER1
514
0x0202 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_SURROUND
515
0x0203 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_SURROUND.NAME
516
0x0204 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_SURROUND.OUTPUTLEVELS
517
0x0205 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_SURROUND.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
518
0x0206 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_SURROUND.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
519
0x0207 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_SURROUND.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
520
0x0208 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_SURROUND.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
521
0x0209 PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_SURROUND.USEREVERB
522
0x020A PARAM.EFFECTS.MONO_SURROUND.TRIGGER1
523
0x020B PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7
524
0x020C PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.NAME
525
0x020D PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS
526
0x020E PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
527
0x020F PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
528
0x0210 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
529
0x0211 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
530
0x0212 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.VOCALENH
531
0x0213 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.FIVESPKRENH
532
0x0214 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.BASSENH
533
0x0215 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.REEQ
534
0x0216 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.REARDLYOFF
535
0x0217 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.COMPRESSION
536
0x0218 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.LFEMIX
537
0x0219 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.SOUNDSTAGE51
538
0x021A PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.FRONTSTEER51
56
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
539
0x021B PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.SURREX
540
0x021C PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.SEVENCHANNEL
541
0x021D PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.TRIGGER1
542
0x021E PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.MONOREARON51
543
0x021F PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.SURRROLLOFF
544
0x0220 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.CENTERONOFF
545
0x0221 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_LOGIC7.SURRONOFF
546
0x0222 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC
547
0x0223 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.NAME
548
0x0224 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
549
0x0225 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
550
0x0226 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
551
0x0227 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
552
0x0228 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
553
0x0229 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.VOCALENH
554
0x022A PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.FIVESPKRENH
555
0x022B PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.BASSENH
556
0x022C PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.REEQ
557
0x022D PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.REARDLYOFF
558
0x022E PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.COMPRESSION
559
0x022F PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.LFEMIX
560
0x0230 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.SOUNDSTAGE51
561
0x0231 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.FRONTSTEER51
562
0x0232 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.SURREX
563
0x0233 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.SEVENCHANNEL
564
0x0234 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.TRIGGER1
565
0x0235 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.MONOREARON51
566
0x0236 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.SURRROLLOFF
567
0x0237 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.CENTERONOFF
568
0x0238 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MUSIC.SURRONOFF
569
0x0239 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC
570
0x023A PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.NAME
571
0x023B PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
572
0x023C PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
573
0x023D PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
574
0x023E PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
575
0x023F PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
576
0x0240 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.VOCALENH
577
0x0241 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.FIVESPKRENH
578
0x0242 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.BASSENH
579
0x0243 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.REEQ
580
0x0244 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.REARDLYOFF
57
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
581
0x0245 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.COMPRESSION
582
0x0246 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.LFEMIX
583
0x0247 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.SOUNDSTAGE51
584
0x0248 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.FRONTSTEER51
585
0x0249 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.SURREX
586
0x024A PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.SEVENCHANNEL
587
0x024B PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.TRIGGER1
588
0x024C PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.MONOREARON51
589
0x024D PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.SURRROLLOFF
590
0x024E PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.CENTERONOFF
591
0x024F PARAM.EFFECTS._51_TV_LOGIC.SURRONOFF
592
0x0250 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX
593
0x0251 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.NAME
594
0x0252 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS
595
0x0253 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
596
0x0254 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
597
0x0255 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
598
0x0256 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
599
0x0257 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.COMPRESSION
600
0x0258 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.LFEMIX
601
0x0259 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.TWO_CH_MUX
602
0x025A PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.TWOCHCNTRMIX
603
0x025B PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.CENTERDELAY
604
0x025C PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.MONOREARON
605
0x025D PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.DECORRELATE
606
0x025E PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.VOCALENH
607
0x025F PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.REEQ
608
0x0260 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.TIMBRE
609
0x0261 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.SURREX
610
0x0262 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.THXMODEON
611
0x0263 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.TRIGGER1
612
0x0264 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX.REARTIMBRE
613
0x0265 PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL
614
0x0266 PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.NAME
615
0x0267 PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.OUTPUTLEVELS
616
0x0268 PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
617
0x0269 PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
618
0x026A PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
619
0x026B PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
620
0x026C PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.COMPRESSION
621
0x026D PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.LFEMIX
622
0x026E PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.TWO_CH_MUX
58
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
623
0x026F PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.TWOCHCNTRMIX
624
0x0270 PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.CENTERDELAY
625
0x0271 PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.DECORRELATE
626
0x0272 PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.VOCALENH
627
0x0273 PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.REEQ
628
0x0274 PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.TRIGGER1
629
0x0275 PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.MONOREARON
630
0x0276 PARAM.EFFECTS.DOLBY_DIGITAL.EX
631
0x0277 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL
632
0x0278 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.NAME
633
0x0279 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.OUTPUTLEVELS
634
0x027A PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
635
0x027B PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
636
0x027C PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
637
0x027D PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
638
0x027E PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.COMPRESSION
639
0x027F PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.LFEMIX_2CH
640
0x0280 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.TWO_CH_MUX
641
0x0281 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.TWOCHCNTRMIX
642
0x0282 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.CENTERDELAY
643
0x0283 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.DECORRELATE
644
0x0284 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.VOCALENH
645
0x0285 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.REEQ
646
0x0286 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.SURRMIX
647
0x0287 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.MASTERLEVEL
648
0x0288 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.TRIGGER1
649
0x0289 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_2CHANNEL.MONOREARON
650
0x028A PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_SURROUND
651
0x028B PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_SURROUND.NAME
652
656
0x028C PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_SURROUND.OUTPUTLEVELS
PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_SURROUND.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVE
0x028D
L
0x028E PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_SURROUND.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_SURROUND.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVE
0x028F
L
0x0290 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_SURROUND.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
657
0x0291 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_SURROUND.USEREVERB
658
0x0292 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_SURROUND.TRIGGER1
659
0x0293 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_LOGIC
660
0x0294 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_LOGIC.NAME
661
0x0295 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
662
0x0296 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
663
0x0297 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
653
654
655
59
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
664
0x0298 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
665
0x0299 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_LOGIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
666
0x029A PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_LOGIC.EFFECTLEVEL
667
0x029B PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_LOGIC.ACADEMY
668
0x029C PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_LOGIC.SURRROLLOFF
669
0x029D PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_LOGIC.USEREVERB
670
0x029E PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO_LOGIC.TRIGGER1
671
0x029F PARAM.EFFECTS._20_ANALOG_BYPASS
672
0x02A0 PARAM.EFFECTS._20_ANALOG_BYPASS.NAME
673
0x02A1 PARAM.EFFECTS._20_ANALOG_BYPASS.OUTPUTLEVELS
674
0x02A2 PARAM.EFFECTS._20_ANALOG_BYPASS.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
675
0x02A3 PARAM.EFFECTS._20_ANALOG_BYPASS.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
676
0x02A4 PARAM.EFFECTS._20_ANALOG_BYPASS.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
677
0x02A5 PARAM.EFFECTS._20_ANALOG_BYPASS.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
678
0x02A6 PARAM.EFFECTS._20_ANALOG_BYPASS.TRIGGER1
679
0x02A7 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_ANALOG_BYPASS
680
0x02A8 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_ANALOG_BYPASS.NAME
681
0x02A9 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_ANALOG_BYPASS.OUTPUTLEVELS
682
0x02AA PARAM.EFFECTS._51_ANALOG_BYPASS.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
683
0x02AB PARAM.EFFECTS._51_ANALOG_BYPASS.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
684
0x02AC PARAM.EFFECTS._51_ANALOG_BYPASS.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
685
0x02AD PARAM.EFFECTS._51_ANALOG_BYPASS.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
686
0x02AE PARAM.EFFECTS._51_ANALOG_BYPASS.TRIGGER1
687
0x02AF PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO
688
0x02B0 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO.NAME
689
0x02B1 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO.OUTPUTLEVELS
690
0x02B2 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
691
0x02B3 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
692
0x02B4 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
693
0x02B5 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
694
0x02B6 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO.USEREVERB
695
0x02B7 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO.FRONTOUTLEVEL
696
0x02B8 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_MONO.TRIGGER1
697
0x02B9 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS
698
0x02BA PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.NAME
699
0x02BB PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.OUTPUTLEVELS
700
0x02BC PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
701
0x02BD PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
702
0x02BE PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
703
0x02BF PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
704
0x02C0 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.LFEMIX
705
0x02C1 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.TWO_CH_MUX
60
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
706
0x02C2 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.TWOCHCNTRMIX
707
0x02C3 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.CENTERDELAY
708
0x02C4 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.MONOREARON
709
0x02C5 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.DECORRELATE
710
0x02C6 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.VOCALENH
711
0x02C7 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.REEQ
712
0x02C8 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.TRIGGER1
713
0x02C9 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS.DTS_ES_DETECT
714
0x02CA PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7
715
0x02CB PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.NAME
716
0x02CC PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS
717
0x02CD PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
718
0x02CE PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
719
0x02CF PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
720
0x02D0 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
721
0x02D1 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.VOCALENH
722
0x02D2 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.FIVESPKRENH
723
0x02D3 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.BASSENH
724
0x02D4 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.REEQ
725
0x02D5 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.REARDLYOFF
726
0x02D6 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.LFEMIX
727
0x02D7 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.SOUNDSTAGE51
728
0x02D8 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.FRONTSTEER51
729
0x02D9 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.SURREX
730
0x02DA PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.SEVENCHANNEL
731
0x02DB PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.TRIGGER1
732
0x02DC PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.MONOREARON51
733
0x02DD PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.DTS_ES_DETECT
734
0x02DE PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.SURRROLLOFF
735
0x02DF PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.CENTERONOFF
736
0x02E0 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_LOGIC7.SURRONOFF
737
0x02E1 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX
738
0x02E2 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.NAME
739
0x02E3 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS
740
0x02E4 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
741
0x02E5 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
742
0x02E6 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
743
0x02E7 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
744
0x02E8 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.LFEMIX
745
0x02E9 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.TWO_CH_MUX
746
0x02EA PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.TWOCHCNTRMIX
747
0x02EB PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.CENTERDELAY
61
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
748
0x02EC PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.MONOREARON
749
0x02ED PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.DECORRELATE
750
0x02EE PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.VOCALENH
751
0x02EF PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.REEQ
752
0x02F0 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.TIMBRE
753
0x02F1 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.SURREX
754
0x02F2 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.THXMODEON
755
0x02F3 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.TRIGGER1
756
0x02F4 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.REARTIMBRE
757
0x02F5 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX.DTS_ES_DETECT
758
0x02F6 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC
759
0x02F7 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.NAME
760
0x02F8 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
761
0x02F9 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
762
0x02FA PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
763
0x02FB PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
764
0x02FC PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
765
0x02FD PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.VOCALENH
766
0x02FE PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.FIVESPKRENH
767
0x02FF PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.BASSENH
768
0x0300 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.REEQ
769
0x0301 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.REARDLYOFF
770
0x0302 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.LFEMIX
771
0x0303 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.SOUNDSTAGE51
772
0x0304 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.FRONTSTEER51
773
0x0305 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.SURREX
774
0x0306 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.SEVENCHANNEL
775
0x0307 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.TRIGGER1
776
0x0308 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.MONOREARON51
777
0x0309 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.DTS_ES_DETECT
778
0x030A PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.SURRROLLOFF
779
0x030B PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.CENTERONOFF
780
0x030C PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_MUSIC.SURRONOFF
781
0x030D PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL
782
0x030E PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.NAME
783
0x030F PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.OUTPUTLEVELS
784
0x0310 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
785
0x0311 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
786
0x0312 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
787
0x0313 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
788
0x0314 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.LFEMIX_2CH
789
0x0315 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.TWO_CH_MUX
62
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
790
0x0316 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.TWOCHCNTRMIX
791
0x0317 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.CENTERDELAY
792
0x0318 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.MONOREARON
793
0x0319 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.DECORRELATE
794
0x031A PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.VOCALENH
795
0x031B PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.REEQ
796
0x031C PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.SURRMIX
797
0x031D PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.MASTERLEVEL
798
0x031E PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.TRIGGER1
799
0x031F PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_2CHANNEL.DTS_ES_DETECT
800
0x0320 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_MUSIC
801
0x0321 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_MUSIC.NAME
802
0x0322 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
803
0x0323 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
804
0x0324 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
805
0x0325 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
806
0x0326 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
807
0x0327 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_MUSIC.TRIGGER1
808
0x0328 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_MUSIC.DECORRELATE
809
0x0329 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_MUSIC.MONOREARON
810
0x032A PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_FILM
811
0x032B PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_FILM.NAME
812
0x032C PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_FILM.OUTPUTLEVELS
813
0x032D PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_FILM.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
814
0x032E PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_FILM.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
815
0x032F PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_FILM.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
816
0x0330 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_FILM.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
817
0x0331 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_FILM.TRIGGER1
818
0x0332 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_FILM.DECORRELATE
819
0x0333 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_FILM.MONOREARON
820
0x0334 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX
821
0x0335 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX.NAME
822
0x0336 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS
823
0x0337 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
824
0x0338 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
825
0x0339 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
826
0x033A PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
827
0x033B PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX.TRIGGER1
828
0x033C PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX.DECORRELATE
829
0x033D PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX.REEQ
830
0x033E PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX.MONOREARON
831
0x033F PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX.REARTIMBRE
63
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
832
0x0340 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_NEO_THX.TIMBRE
833
0x0341 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC
834
0x0342 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.NAME
835
0x0343 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
836
0x0344 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
837
0x0345 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
838
0x0346 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
839
0x0347 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
840
0x0348 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.COMPRESSION
841
0x0349 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.LFEMIX
842
0x034A PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.TWO_CH_MUX
843
0x034B PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.TWOCHCNTRMIX
844
0x034C PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.CENTERDELAY
845
0x034D PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.MONOREARON
846
0x034E PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.DECORRELATE
847
0x034F PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.VOCALENH
848
0x0350 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.REEQ
849
0x0351 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.TIMBRE
850
0x0352 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.SURREX
851
0x0353 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.THXMODEON
852
0x0354 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.TRIGGER1
853
0x0355 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_THX_MUSIC.REARTIMBRE
854
0x0356 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC
855
0x0357 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.NAME
856
0x0358 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
857
0x0359 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
858
0x035A PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
859
0x035B PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
860
0x035C PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
861
0x035D PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.LFEMIX
862
0x035E PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.TWO_CH_MUX
863
0x035F PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.TWOCHCNTRMIX
864
0x0360 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.CENTERDELAY
865
0x0361 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.MONOREARON
866
0x0362 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.DECORRELATE
867
0x0363 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.VOCALENH
868
0x0364 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.REEQ
869
0x0365 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.TIMBRE
870
0x0366 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.SURREX
871
0x0367 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.THXMODEON
872
0x0368 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.TRIGGER1
873
0x0369 PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.REARTIMBRE
64
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
874
0x036A PARAM.EFFECTS.DTS_THX_MUSIC.DTS_ES_DETECT
875
0x036B PARAM.EFFECTS.AUTO_CAL
876
0x036C PARAM.EFFECTS.AUTO_CAL.NAME
877
0x036D PARAM.EFFECTS.AUTO_CAL.OUTPUTLEVELS
878
0x036E PARAM.EFFECTS.AUTO_CAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
879
0x036F PARAM.EFFECTS.AUTO_CAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
880
0x0370 PARAM.EFFECTS.AUTO_CAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
881
0x0371 PARAM.EFFECTS.AUTO_CAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
882
0x0372 PARAM.EFFECTS.AUTO_CAL.TRIGGER1
883
0x0373 PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB
884
0x0374 PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.NAME
885
0x0375 PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.OUTPUTLEVELS
886
0x0376 PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
887
0x0377 PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
888
0x0378 PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
889
0x0379 PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
890
0x037A PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.TRIGGER1
891
0x037B PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.EFFECTLEVEL
892
0x037C PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.SURRROLLOFF
893
0x037D PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.SIZE
894
0x037E PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.PREDELAY
895
0x037F PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.MIDRT
896
0x0380 PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.SPEECHDETECT
897
0x0381 PARAM.EFFECTS.NIGHTCLUB.CENTERDRYLEVEL
898
0x0382 PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL
899
0x0383 PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.NAME
900
0x0384 PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.OUTPUTLEVELS
901
0x0385 PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
902
0x0386 PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
903
0x0387 PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
904
0x0388 PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
905
0x0389 PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.TRIGGER1
906
0x038A PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.EFFECTLEVEL
907
0x038B PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.SURRROLLOFF
908
0x038C PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.SIZE
909
0x038D PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.PREDELAY
910
0x038E PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.MIDRT
911
0x038F PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.SPEECHDETECT
912
0x0390 PARAM.EFFECTS.CONCERT_HALL.CENTERDRYLEVEL
913
0x0391 PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH
914
0x0392 PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.NAME
915
0x0393 PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.OUTPUTLEVELS
65
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
916
0x0394 PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
917
0x0395 PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
918
0x0396 PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
919
0x0397 PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
920
0x0398 PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.TRIGGER1
921
0x0399 PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.EFFECTLEVEL
922
0x039A PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.SURRROLLOFF
923
0x039B PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.SIZE2
924
0x039C PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.PREDELAY
925
0x039D PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.MIDRT
926
0x039E PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.SPEECHDETECT
927
0x039F PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.MONOLOGICFRONTEND
928
0x03A0 PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.STEREORVB
929
0x03A1 PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.BASSRT
930
0x03A2 PARAM.EFFECTS.CHURCH.CENTERDRYLEVEL
931
0x03A3 PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL
932
0x03A4 PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.NAME
933
0x03A5 PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.OUTPUTLEVELS
934
0x03A6 PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
935
0x03A7 PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
936
0x03A8 PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
937
0x03A9 PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
938
0x03AA PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.TRIGGER1
939
0x03AB PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.EFFECTLEVEL
940
0x03AC PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.SURRROLLOFF
941
0x03AD PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.SIZE2
942
0x03AE PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.PREDELAY
943
0x03AF PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.MIDRT
944
0x03B0 PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.SPEECHDETECT
945
0x03B1 PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.MONOLOGICFRONTEND
946
0x03B2 PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.STEREORVB
947
0x03B3 PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.BASSRT
948
0x03B4 PARAM.EFFECTS.CATHEDRAL.CENTERDRYLEVEL
949
0x03B5 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR
950
0x03B6 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.NAME
951
0x03B7 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.OUTPUTLEVELS
952
0x03B8 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
953
0x03B9 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
954
0x03BA PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
955
0x03BB PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
956
0x03BC PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.AUTOAZIMUTH
957
0x03BD PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.VOCALENH
66
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
958
0x03BE PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.FRONTSTEER
959
0x03BF PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.REEQ
960
0x03C0 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.SOUNDSTAGE
961
0x03C1 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.FIVESPKRENH
962
0x03C2 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.BASSENH
963
0x03C3 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.SURRROLLOFF
964
0x03C4 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.REARDLYOFF
965
0x03C5 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.CENTERONOFF
966
0x03C6 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.SEVENCHANNEL
967
0x03C7 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.MONODETECT_ON
968
0x03C8 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.SURRONOFF
969
0x03C9 PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.TRIGGER1
970
0x03CA PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.HIFRONT_REARROLLOFF
971
0x03CB PARAM.EFFECTS.MUSIC_SURR.AUTOBALON
972
0x03CC PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA
973
0x03CD PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.NAME
974
0x03CE PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.PANINPUTBAL
975
0x03CF PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.EFFECTLEVEL
976
0x03D0 PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.SURRROLLOFF
977
0x03D1 PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.OUTPUTLEVELS
978
0x03D2 PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
979
0x03D3 PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
980
0x03D4 PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
981
0x03D5 PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
982
0x03D6 PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.BASSWIDTH
983
0x03D7 PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.TRIGGER1
984
0x03D8 PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.REARDLYOFF
985
0x03D9 PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.BASSCONTENT
986
0x03DA PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.SPEAKERANGLE
987
0x03DB PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.FINETIMEALIGN
988
0x03DC PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.CALSOURCE
989
0x03DD PARAM.EFFECTS.PANORAMA.CALIBRATEACTIVE
990
0x03DE PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX
991
0x03DF PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.NAME
992
0x03E0 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS
993
0x03E1 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
994
0x03E2 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
995
0x03E3 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
996
0x03E4 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
997
0x03E5 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.TWO_CH_MUX
998
0x03E6 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.TWOCHCNTRMIX
999
0x03E7 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.CENTERDELAY
67
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
1000
0x03E8 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.MONOREARON
1001
0x03E9 PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.DECORRELATE
1002
0x03EA PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.VOCALENH
1003
0x03EB PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.REEQ
1004
0x03EC PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.SURDLY10_25
1005
0x03ED PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.TRIGGER1
1006
0x03EE PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.TIMBRE
1007
0x03EF PARAM.EFFECTS.PROLOGIC_THX.REARTIMBRE
1008
0x03F0 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1
1009
0x03F1 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.NAME
1010
0x03F2 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.OUTPUTLEVELS
1011
0x03F3 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
1012
0x03F4 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
1013
0x03F5 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
1014
0x03F6 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
1015
0x03F7 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.TRIGGER1
1016
0x03F8 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.EFFECTLEVEL
1017
0x03F9 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.SURRROLLOFF
1018
0x03FA PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.SIZE3
1019
0x03FB PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.PREDELAY2
1020
0x03FC PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.MIDRT
1021
0x03FD PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.STEREORVB
1022
0x03FE PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.BASSRT
1023
0x03FF PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.CROSSOVER
1024
0x0400 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.RTHC
1025
0x0401 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.DIFFUSION
1026
0x0402 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.SPIN
1027
0x0403 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.SPREAD
1028
0x0404 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.REVERBLEVEL
1029
0x0405 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.EARLYLEVEL
1030
0x0406 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.WANDER
1031
0x0407 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.RECIRC
1032
0x0408 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.SHAPE
1033
0x0409 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.LVGNRDNDB
1034
0x040A PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.INPUTDB
1035
0x040B PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.OUTPUTDB
1036
0x040C PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.LVGNRDNOUTBIAS
1037
0x040D PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.LVGNRDN
1038
0x040E PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.MICAUTOBAL
1039
0x040F PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.LVGNRDNTHRESH
1040
0x0410 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE1.INLIMTHRESH
1041
0x0411 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2
68
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
1042
0x0412 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.NAME
1043
0x0413 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.OUTPUTLEVELS
1044
0x0414 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
1045
0x0415 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
1046
0x0416 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
1047
0x0417 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
1048
0x0418 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.TRIGGER1
1049
0x0419 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.EFFECTLEVEL
1050
0x041A PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.SURRROLLOFF
1051
0x041B PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.SIZE3
1052
0x041C PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.PREDELAY2
1053
0x041D PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.MIDRT
1054
0x041E PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.STEREORVB
1055
0x041F PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.BASSRT
1056
0x0420 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.CROSSOVER
1057
0x0421 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.RTHC
1058
0x0422 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.DIFFUSION
1059
0x0423 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.SPIN
1060
0x0424 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.SPREAD
1061
0x0425 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.REVERBLEVEL
1062
0x0426 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.EARLYLEVEL
1063
0x0427 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.WANDER
1064
0x0428 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.RECIRC
1065
0x0429 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.SHAPE
1066
0x042A PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.LVGNRDNDB
1067
0x042B PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.INPUTDB
1068
0x042C PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.OUTPUTDB
1069
0x042D PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.LVGNRDNOUTBIAS
1070
0x042E PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.LVGNRDN
1071
0x042F PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.MICAUTOBAL
1072
0x0430 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.LVGNRDNTHRESH
1073
0x0431 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE2.INLIMTHRESH
1074
0x0432 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3
1075
0x0433 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.NAME
1076
0x0434 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.OUTPUTLEVELS
1077
0x0435 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
1078
0x0436 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
1079
0x0437 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
1080
0x0438 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
1081
0x0439 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.TRIGGER1
1082
0x043A PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.EFFECTLEVEL
1083
0x043B PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.SURRROLLOFF
69
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
1084
0x043C PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.SIZE3
1085
0x043D PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.PREDELAY2
1086
0x043E PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.MIDRT
1087
0x043F PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.STEREORVB
1088
0x0440 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.BASSRT
1089
0x0441 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.CROSSOVER
1090
0x0442 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.RTHC
1091
0x0443 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.DIFFUSION
1092
0x0444 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.SPIN
1093
0x0445 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.SPREAD
1094
0x0446 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.REVERBLEVEL
1095
0x0447 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.EARLYLEVEL
1096
0x0448 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.WANDER
1097
0x0449 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.RECIRC
1098
0x044A PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.SHAPE
1099
0x044B PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.LVGNRDNDB
1100
0x044C PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.INPUTDB
1101
0x044D PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.OUTPUTDB
1102
0x044E PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.LVGNRDNOUTBIAS
1103
0x044F PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.LVGNRDN
1104
0x0450 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.MICAUTOBAL
1105
0x0451 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.LVGNRDNTHRESH
1106
0x0452 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE3.INLIMTHRESH
1107
0x0453 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE_CAL
1108
0x0454 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE_CAL.NAME
1109
0x0455 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE_CAL.OUTPUTLEVELS
1110
0x0456 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE_CAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
1111
0x0457 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE_CAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
1112
0x0458 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE_CAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
1113
0x0459 PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE_CAL.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
1114
0x045A PARAM.EFFECTS.LIVE_CAL.TRIGGER1
1115
0x045B PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE
1116
0x045C PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.NAME
1117
0x045D PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.OUTPUTLEVELS
1118
0x045E PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
1119
0x045F PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
1120
0x0460 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
1121
0x0461 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
1122
0x0462 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.SIDEREAR10DELAY
1123
0x0463 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.TWO_CH_MUX
1124
0x0464 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.TWOCHCNTRMIX
1125
0x0465 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.CENTERDELAY
70
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
1126
0x0466 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.MONOREARON
1127
0x0467 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.DECORRELATE
1128
0x0468 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.VOCALENH
1129
0x0469 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.REEQ
1130
0x046A PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.PL2PAN_PL2X
1131
0x046B PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.CNTRWIDTH_PL2X
1132
0x046C PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.DIMENSION_PL2X
1133
0x046D PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.TRIGGER1
1134
0x046E PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMOVIE.USENODECORDELAY
1135
0x046F PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC
1136
0x0470 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.NAME
1137
0x0471 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
1138
0x0472 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
1139
0x0473 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
1140
0x0474 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
1141
0x0475 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
1142
0x0476 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.SIDEREAR10DELAY
1143
0x0477 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.TWO_CH_MUX
1144
0x0478 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.TWOCHCNTRMIX
1145
0x0479 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.CENTERDELAY
1146
0x047A PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.MONOREARON
1147
0x047B PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.DECORRELATE
1148
0x047C PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.VOCALENH
1149
0x047D PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.REEQ
1150
0x047E PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.PL2PAN_PL2X
1151
0x047F PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.CNTRWIDTH_PL2X
1152
0x0480 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.DIMENSION_PL2X
1153
0x0481 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.TRIGGER1
1154
0x0482 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XMUSIC.USENODECORDELAY
1155
0x0483 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX
1156
0x0484 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.NAME
1157
0x0485 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.OUTPUTLEVELS
1158
0x0486 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
1159
0x0487 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
1160
0x0488 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
1161
0x0489 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
1162
0x048A PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.TWO_CH_MUX
1163
0x048B PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.TWOCHCNTRMIX
1164
0x048C PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.CENTERDELAY
1165
0x048D PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.MONOREARON
1166
0x048E PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.DECORRELATE
1167
0x048F PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.VOCALENH
71
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
1168
0x0490 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.REEQ
1169
0x0491 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.SIDEREAR10DELAY
1170
0x0492 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.TRIGGER1
1171
0x0493 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.TIMBRE
1172
0x0494 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.REARTIMBRE
1173
0x0495 PARAM.EFFECTS.PL2XTHX.USENODECORDELAY
1174
0x0496 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE
1175
0x0497 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.NAME
1176
0x0498 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.OUTPUTLEVELS
1177
0x0499 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
1178
0x049A PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
1179
0x049B PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
1180
0x049C PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
1181
0x049D PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.COMPRESSION
1182
0x049E PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.LFEMIX
1183
0x049F PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.TWO_CH_MUX
1184
0x04A0 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.TWOCHCNTRMIX
1185
0x04A1 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.CENTERDELAY
1186
0x04A2 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.DECORRELATE
1187
0x04A3 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.VOCALENH
1188
0x04A4 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.REEQ
1189
0x04A5 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.TRIGGER1
1190
0x04A6 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.MONOREARON
1191
0x04A7 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.EX
1192
0x04A8 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MOVIE.USENODECORDELAY
1193
0x04A9 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC
1194
0x04AA PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.NAME
1195
0x04AB PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS
1196
0x04AC PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.CNTROUTLEVEL
1197
0x04AD PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SIDEOUTLEVEL
1198
0x04AE PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.REAROUTLEVEL
1199
0x04AF PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.OUTPUTLEVELS.SUBOUTLEVEL
1200
0x04B0 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.COMPRESSION
1201
0x04B1 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.LFEMIX
1202
0x04B2 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.TWO_CH_MUX
1203
0x04B3 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.TWOCHCNTRMIX
1204
0x04B4 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.CENTERDELAY
1205
0x04B5 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.DECORRELATE
1206
0x04B6 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.VOCALENH
1207
0x04B7 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.REEQ
1208
0x04B8 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.TRIGGER1
1209
0x04B9 PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.MONOREARON
72
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
1210
0x04BA PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.EX
1211
0x04BB PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.CNTRWIDTH_PL2X
1212
0x04BC PARAM.EFFECTS._51_PL2X_MUSIC.USENODECORDELAY
1213
0x04BD PARAM.OSD
1214
0x04BE PARAM.OSD.STATUS
1215
0x04BF PARAM.OSD.POSITION
1216
0x04C0 PARAM.OSD.FORMAT
1217
0x04C1 PARAM.OSD.BACKGND
1218
0x04C2 PARAM.OSD.COMPONENTON
1219
0x04C3 PARAM.OSD.SHOWREMOTE
1220
0x04C4 PARAM.FPD
1221
0x04C5 PARAM.FPD.STATUS
1222
0x04C6 PARAM.FPD.BRIGHT
1223
0x04C7 PARAM.LOCKS
1224
0x04C8 PARAM.LOCKS.FXLOCK
1225
0x04C9 PARAM.LOCKS.AUDIOLCK
1226
0x04CA PARAM.LOCKS.SETUPLCK
1227
0x04CB PARAM.STANDBY
1228
0x04CC PARAM.CNAME
1229
0x04CD PARAM.CNAMEEN
1230
0x04CE PARAM.AVSYNC
1231
0x04CF PARAM.PRESETEN
1232
0x04D0 PARAM.TRIGGER1MODE
1233
0x04D1 PARAM.USERMESSAGE
1234
0x04D2 PARAM.COM
1235
0x04D3 PARAM.COM.CONFIGREG0
1236
0x04D4 PARAM.TMPKEY
1237
0x04D5 PARAM.ERRORS
1238
0x04D6 PARAM.ERRORS.ERROR1
1239
0x04D7 PARAM.ERRORS.ERROR2
1240
0x04D8 PARAM.LANGUAGE
1241
0x04D9 PARAM.LIVEEQ
1242
0x04DA PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS
1243
0x04DB PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER0
1244
0x04DC PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER0.Q
1245
0x04DD PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER0.FREQ
1246
0x04DE PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER0.GAIN
1247
0x04DF PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER0.FLTRTYPE
1248
0x04E0 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER1
1249
0x04E1 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER1.Q
1250
0x04E2 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER1.FREQ
1251
0x04E3 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER1.GAIN
73
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
1252
0x04E4 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER1.FLTRTYPE
1253
0x04E5 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER2
1254
0x04E6 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER2.Q
1255
0x04E7 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER2.FREQ
1256
0x04E8 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER2.GAIN
1257
0x04E9 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER2.FLTRTYPE
1258
0x04EA PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER3
1259
0x04EB PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER3.Q
1260
0x04EC PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER3.FREQ
1261
0x04ED PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER3.GAIN
1262
0x04EE PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER3.FLTRTYPE
1263
0x04EF PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER4
1264
0x04F0 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER4.Q
1265
0x04F1 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER4.FREQ
1266
0x04F2 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER4.GAIN
1267
0x04F3 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER4.FLTRTYPE
1268
0x04F4 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER5
1269
0x04F5 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER5.Q
1270
0x04F6 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER5.FREQ
1271
0x04F7 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER5.GAIN
1272
0x04F8 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER5.FLTRTYPE
1273
0x04F9 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER6
1274
0x04FA PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER6.Q
1275
0x04FB PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER6.FREQ
1276
0x04FC PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER6.GAIN
1277
0x04FD PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTER6.FLTRTYPE
1278
0x04FE PARAM.LIVEEQ.LEFTFILTERS.FILTERSET
1279
0x04FF PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS
1280
0x0500 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER0
1281
0x0501 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER0.Q
1282
0x0502 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER0.FREQ
1283
0x0503 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER0.GAIN
1284
0x0504 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER0.FLTRTYPE
1285
0x0505 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER1
1286
0x0506 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER1.Q
1287
0x0507 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER1.FREQ
1288
0x0508 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER1.GAIN
1289
0x0509 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER1.FLTRTYPE
1290
0x050A PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER2
1291
0x050B PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER2.Q
1292
0x050C PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER2.FREQ
1293
0x050D PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER2.GAIN
74
Lexicon
MC-8 Serial Communications Protocol
1294
0x050E PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER2.FLTRTYPE
1295
0x050F PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER3
1296
0x0510 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER3.Q
1297
0x0511 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER3.FREQ
1298
0x0512 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER3.GAIN
1299
0x0513 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER3.FLTRTYPE
1300
0x0514 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER4
1301
0x0515 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER4.Q
1302
0x0516 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER4.FREQ
1303
0x0517 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER4.GAIN
1304
0x0518 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER4.FLTRTYPE
1305
0x0519 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER5
1306
0x051A PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER5.Q
1307
0x051B PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER5.FREQ
1308
0x051C PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER5.GAIN
1309
0x051D PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER5.FLTRTYPE
1310
0x051E PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER6
1311
0x051F PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER6.Q
1312
0x0520 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER6.FREQ
1313
0x0521 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER6.GAIN
1314
0x0522 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTER6.FLTRTYPE
1315
0x0523 PARAM.LIVEEQ.RIGHTFILTERS.FILTERSET
1316
0x0524 PARAM.LIVEEQ.MAXVOLUME
1317
0x0525 PARAM.LIVEEQ.MICTRIM
1318
0x0526 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LIVESOURCE
1319
0x0527 PARAM.LIVEEQ.LIVEEQENABLED
1320
0x0528 PARAM.LIVEEQ.PREVIOUSVOLUME
1321
0x0529 PARAM.LIVEEQ.PREVIOUSBASS
1322
0x052A PARAM.LIVEEQ.PREVIOUSTREBLE
1323
0x052B PARAM.LIVEEQ.PREVIOUSTILT
1324
0x052C PARAM.LIVEEQ.PREVIOUSLOUDNESS
75
Lexicon, Inc.
Tel 781-280-0300
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Fax 781-280-0490
Tel 781-280-0300
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USA
Lexicon Part No. 070-15332 | Rev 1 | 10/05
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