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Adjusting the Volume
Turn the VOLUME control of the Unit clockwise to increase the volume or counterclockwise to decrease it. OR With the System turned on, press the VOLUME + button on the Remote Cotrol to increase the volume or press the VOLUME â button to decrease it. CAUTION: DO NOT turn on the System and/or start playing any source without first setting the VOLUME control to minimum, as a sudden blast of sound could damage your hearing, speakers and/ or headphones.
Volume Gain Selection
This lets you adjust the range covered by the VOLUME control. This is useful if you rarely listen at higher volumes, and want finer control over lower volumes. There are three volume gain settings: 0 dB: Normal volume. â6 dB: The volume adjustable range is extended for lower level. You can finely adjust the volume level than that for â0 dBâ. â12 dB: The volume adjustable range is further extended for lower level. You can finely adjust the volume level than that for ââ6 dBâ.
(0 dB) (â6 dB)
For private listening
Connect a pair of headphones to the PHONES jack. No sound comes out of the speakers. Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting or putting on headphones.
A: Volume level range you usally use.
Volume adjustable range for âAâ is extended.
Lowering the Subwoofer and L/R Speaker Level
You can lower the subwoofer and L/R speaker level (at 100Hz) as required. (about 6 dB) The âBASSâ indicator on the display of the Unit shows the status of this setting. âBASSâ ON: Normal level âBASSâ OFF: Level lowered Each time you press the BASS CONTROL button on the Unit, the subwoofer and L/R speaker level is lowered or returned to the normal level.
Press the 0 dB, â6 dB, or â12 dB button on the Unit, or press the VOLUME GAIN SELECT button on the Remote Control to make your selection. The following appears on the display for 2 seconds:.
Volume Gain Selection When you change the volume gain with the VOLUME GAIN SELECT button, the VOLUME control automatically turns so that the volume level is kept almost the same. Note: â¢ If you change the volume gain while listening to a music source, the sound may be muted for a few seconds before the new volume gain selection comes into effect. This happens in the following cases: â¢ Changing from the â12 dB selection to the â6 dB or 0 dB selections. â¢ Changing from the â6 dB selection to the 0 dB selection.
Tone Control (BASS/TREBLE)
You can control the tone by changing the bass and treble.
Showing the Time (DISPLAY)
In addition to a standard digital clock, an analogue clock (which advances every five minutes) can be displayed. The clock display order varies according to the System mode:
You can adjust the bass level (low frequency range level) between â6 and 6. (0: Flat)
s Press the BASS button on the Remote Con1.
s Press the UP or DOWN button on the 2.
In Standby mode ââââââââââ
Remote Control to adjust the bass level.
Every time you press the DISPLAY button on the Remote Control (or the CLOCK button on the Unit), the clock display changes as shown below. Digital Clock + Analogue Clock = Analogue Clock = Digital Clock = (back to the beginning)
TREBLE Control ââââââââââ
You can adjust the treble level (high frequency range level) between â6 and 6. (0: Flat)
When the System is turned on âââ
Every time you press the DISPLAY button on the Remote Control (or the CLOCK button on the Unit), the time display changes as follows: Current Source + Analogue Clock = Analogue Clock = Digital Clock = Current Source = (back to the beginning) Note: To let work the clock, you need to set the clock beforehand. (See âSetting the Clockâ on page 14.)
s Press the TREBLE button on the Remote 1.
s Press the UP or DOWN button on the 2.
Remote Control to adjust the treble level.