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Small: The loudspeaker produces only treble sounds.
Off: The loudspeaker does not produce any audio signals.
Center/Rear Delay (CENTER DELAY/REAR DELAY)
If you use a 5.1-Audio system, you may experience a distortion of the
sound impression caused by the distance differences between speaker
groups and listener. Sounds that should be heard by the listener at the
same time arrive successively.
Here you can delay the output from the center or rear loudspeakers in
order to ensure that the listener hears balanced sound.
OP Model (Night mode)
Night mode activates a special Audio characteristic with which the
sound is felt less disturbing.
Linie Out: Night mode is activated.
RF Remod: Night mode is deactivated.
The term "Dynamic Range" describes the ratio of quietest and loudest
sound. If the dynamic range is very large, you will experience very quiet
and very loud sounds.
This may cause replay problems. Let us assume that you are watch-
ing a DVD in a relatively loud environment. You can now increase the
volume to be able to hear also the very quiet passages, however with the
disadvantage that loud passages will be unacceptably loud. In this case
it would make sense to compress the dynamic range (i.e. reduce) and
increase the output volume at the same time.
FULL -2/8: The dynamic range is compressed slightly (2/8) to full
OFF: The dynamic range is not compressed at all (default).
The Audio output is normally in stereo. Here you have the possibility to
choose Mono-output instead of Stereo-output.
Stereo: The Audio output is in Stereo (default).
Mono L: The Audio output is in Mono. In this case the signal of the
"left" stereo channel is transmitted to all speakers.
Mono R: The Audio output is in Mono. In this case the signal of the
"right" stereo channel is transmitted to all speakers.
Mix Mono: The Audio output is in Mono. In this case the signal of
the "both" stereo channel is transmitted to all speakers.
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