This guide will go over the Wave XLR settings in Wave Link.
Wave XLR Settings
- Rename Wave XLR in Wave Link. This does not affect the device name outside of Wave Link.
- Displays the current firmware and if a firmware update is available.
- Select between 48kHz or 96kHz sample rate mode.
- Learn more about switching sample rate
- A real-time display of the sound level from the microphone into Wave XLR.
- Use the input gain slider to adjust the gain of the microphone up to 75dB.
- The recommended gain ranges are shown for condenser and dynamic microphones.
- Condenser: 0-30dB
- Dynamic: 30-75dB
48V Phantom Power
- Enable 48V Phantom power for condenser microphones.
- Disable 48V Phantom power for dynamic microphones.
⚠ Enabling phantom power for dynamic microphones can damage the microphone capsule.
- Change the output volume of the headphone port.
- Change the balance between microphone audio and computer audio that is played through the onboard headphone port.
- To listen to sound exclusively from the PC, set the slider to the right.
- To listen to zero-latency monitoring (your own voice) exclusively, set the slider to the left.
- Remove potentially unwanted low-frequency noises that can overpower the audio mix. These frequencies can sometimes come from vibrations in your desk or mic arm or nearby vehicles.
- Off - Leave the microphone sound unaffected.
- 80Hz - Use this setting when speaking into the microphone from a close distance.
- 120Hz - Use this setting when speaking into the microphone from a medium to far distance.
- Make clipping virtually impossible by keeping Clipguard enabled.
- We recommend keeping this enabled.
Wave Gain Lock
- Prevents programs from changing the gain of Wave XLR through methods such as automatic gain control (AGC).
- We recommend keeping this option enabled.
- The color of the LED ring when Wave XLR is not muted.
- The color of the LED ring when Wave XLR is muted via the capacitive button.
Save Settings To Hardware
Click on Save Settings To Hardware to save all current settings onto Wave XLR's built-in memory.