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Adjusting The Graphic Equalizer; Selecting The Surround Effect; Making A Personal Audio Emphasis File; Personal File - Sony MHC-DX80 Operating Instructions Manual

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Adjusting the graphic
equalizer
You can adjust the sound by raising or
lowering the levels of specific frequency
ranges.
Before operation, first select the audio
emphasis you want for your basic sound.
1
Press one of the cursor b/B/v/V.
Frequency band
2
Press cursor b/B to select the
frequencies or surround, then press
cursor v/V to adjust the frequencies
level or to select the surround effect.
3
Press ENTER to exit.
Selecting the surround
effect
You can enjoy this system's surround effect.
Press SURROUND.
Each time you press the button, the display
changes as follows:
SURR ON (
SURR OFF
Note
When you choose other sound effects, the surround
effect will be canceled.
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Frequency level
SURR
)
Y
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Making a personal audio
emphasis file

— Personal file

You can create a personal file of sound effect
settings (surround effect and graphic equalizer)
and store them in the memory of the unit. You
can create up to three personal files.
Before operation, first select the audio
emphasis you want for your basic sound.
1
Obtain the sound effect you want by
changing the graphics equalizer and
surround effect.
2
Press and hold down P File.
The personal file number appears in the
display.
3
Use cursor b/B/v/V to select the
personal file number (P FILE) which
you want to store the sound effect
settings.
4
Press ENTER.
The adjusted sound effect are stored under
the selected personal file. The settings
previously stored at this memory location
are erased and replaced by new settings.
To call up the personal file
Press P FILE repeatedly until the personal file
number you want appears in the display.
17/07/2001, 2:51 PM
MHC-DX80 4-232-652-14 (1)
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