Here you will set the number of LEDs attached to this controller, as well as other hardware features. Notice, you can set the Maximum current. This is important when you are running the LEDs from a USB Power Pack and want to avoid overloading and tripping its breaker.
This screen only exists in the Control Freak Sound Responsive controllers. The Sound Input Pin Manager will be preset for you according to the type of microphone used. You may adjust Gain and Squelch, and use AGC or not according to the sound being sampled. FYI, Squelch controls minimum sound levels required to affect LEDs; AGC stands for Automatic Gain Control, normally you want this on.
This screen allows you to change a number of features of the web user interface, including server name, appearance, and whether color selection is done via Color Wheel, RGB sliders, and/or HEX color codes.