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Hi, this thread is absolutely ancient but I have one question. What exactly are the functions of the buttons on the bottom? I understand that at least some of them are for display controls but I cant for the life of me find a diagram for what each one is supposed to be since display controls would not populate all of the ports.
2 are for volume up/down, the other 4 are the screen OSD controls
 

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According to this thread, 2 of the osd pins (K1-K5) on the board that comes with the display on 4layertech are already volume up and down leaving just 3 pins or am I missing something
The RTD chip that runs the panel supports an audio amp. If the OSD is open, then the volume buttons work the menu like an old TV remote. If the OSD is not open, then the buttons adjust the audio volume. This board doesn't have an audio amplifier on it, so the on-screen volume is useless and you need extra buttons to control the U-AMP volume.
 

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The RTD chip that runs the panel supports an audio amp. If the OSD is open, then the volume buttons work the menu like an old TV remote. If the OSD is not open, then the buttons adjust the audio volume. This board doesn't have an audio amplifier on it, so the on-screen volume is useless and you need extra buttons to control the U-AMP volume.
That makes perfect sense thank you. So my 4 osd buttons are just menu, vol up, vol down, and input then? Perfect thank you
 
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