Front Panel, Nº39
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Pressing this button varies the brightness of the
els are available, including "display off." All other front panel LEDs change
their brightness levels appropriately , except that they remain at the dimmest
level when the display itself is off.
When power is first applied to the Nº39 (or when power is restored after
an interruption), the display is automatically set to its "medium" level.
ing it again turns the display off; pressing
turns the display to its brightest level; pressing it a fourth time will return it
to medium. (If other Mark Levinson components in the system are "Linked"
to the Nº39, all display intensities can change in unison. See Special Func-
tions for more information.)
If the display is set to "off," pressing any key will cause it to light at medium
intensity for approximately four seconds in order to display the action of
the key press.
INFRARED TRANSCEIVER (WITHIN DISPLAY)
Infrared commands transmitted from the remote control are received by a
receiver behind this section of the display . Remote control of the Nº39 may
be unreliable if there is not a clear line of sight between the remote control
and the receiver (if the remote is far off-axis, or if the Nº39 is within a cabi-
net, for example). In such a case consider using a third-party IR repeater to
route the signal to the IR input jack on the rear panel (see Rear Panel,
button once dims the display one level; press-
MADRIGAL AUDIO LABORATORIES
Nº 39 CD PROCESSOR
. Four brightness lev-
once more re-