- Push to use TRS output. Audio is routed to the TRS connector when the button is pressed. Audio at the XLR connector is always on.
- Push to use XLR output. Audio is routed to the XLR connector when the button is pressed. Audio at the TRS connector is always on.
- Push to toggle XLR and TRS. In toggle mode, the button routes the audio to either the XLR connector or to the TRS connector.
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