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Changing The Volume Distribution (Fader) - Silvercrest CDV-710 User Manual

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20.4 Changing the volume distribution (FADER)

After pressing the control dial
front and rear speaker group (FADER) will be reached.
The message "FAD" will appear on the display along with the set volume ratio between the front
and rear speaker group (e.g. "FAD 2F"). To change the ratio between the speaker groups, turn
the control dial
clockwise or counter-clockwise. Depending on the direction in which the
control dial is turned, an "R" or an "F" will appear on the display, together with a digit (e.g. "F2"
or "R3"). These provide information about the direction in which the volume ratio is changed and
about the amount of the change. The ratio between the right and left speaker group can be set
in a range between "F8" and "R8".
The volume ratio between the speakers changes according to the setting. The volume of one
speaker group increases, the other decreases.
Note:
• If the ratio is set to "R-F", the volume on both speaker groups is the same.
• If the control dial for one of the two speaker groups is turned to the maximum setting "8",
the other speaker group is muted. To change this, turn the control dial
The setting is saved either when the desired value is confirmed by pressing the control dial
through automatic memory (don't change anything on the device for approx. five seconds). If
you confirm the selection by pressing the control dial
you use the automatic memory, the device will return to the standard display.
Note:
If you press the control dial
will return to the standard display. If no changes are made for five seconds, the device will
automatically return to the initial display. In DVD mode (with an open monitor), the settings
option FADER is also followed by the functions BRIGHT, CONTRAST, COLOR and SHARP.
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four times, the settings for the speaker distribution between the
again after you reach the last settings option (here FADER), you
, you will return to the standard display. If
again.
or

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