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TwK®: Time Delay

TüN®’s interface uses distance to automatically configure the initial millisecond delays. Simply measure the distance from the listening location to each speaker in the vehicle and input the distance in inches or centimeters (selectable in preferences) in the Setup Tool.  Distances can also be entered or edited after the initial set up in the “TUNE” Tab.

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In the TUNE Tab, The TüN® software provides separate entries for Speaker Distance and Additional Delay. This is very useful when using delay to align speakers in time. 

Speaker Distance: Displays the distances (in inches or centimeters) that have been entered in the Setup Tool's configuration screen. The values can also be entered or edited within these fields.

Additional Delay: Here, a user can manually enter delay values.

  • Clicking the up and down arrows moves the value approximately 0.2 ms.
  • Holding the “Shift” key, while clicking the arrows, results in a step value of 0.02 ms, which is the minimum delay step value.
  • Any entered values will be rounded up to the nearest available delay step.

Total Delay Display: Displays the total delay that is applied to the signal (the sum of the delay calculated from the Speaker Distance value and the Additional Delay). This is a display-only field.

Clicking the small checkboxes next to each “Additional Delay” entry field links the selected channels and allows delay changes to be applied to these channels. This makes adjusting a group of speakers (such as the entire side of the vehicle, front or rear speakers) more convenient.

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