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Tone Settings

To access the tone settings, press the Home Page Tone button or the TONE button on the faceplate.

Use the tone settings to adjust the following features:
• Setting the tone
• Adjusting the speakers

Setting the Tone

To adjust the tone:

• Treble: Touch Treble and then press + or − to change the level.

• Middle (Midrange): Touch Middle and then press + or − to change the level.

• Bass: Touch Bass and then press + or − to change the level.

Adjusting the Speakers

To adjust the speaker balance:

• Press the left arrow on the bottom for more sound from the left speakers or the right arrow on the bottom for more sound from the right speakers. The middle position balances the sound between the left and right speakers.

To adjust the speaker fade:

• Press the upper arrow for more sound from the front speakers and the lower arrow for more sound from the rear speakers.

The middle position balances the sound between the front and rear speakers.

EQ Settings

The EQ settings are selected through the tone menu. Press the left or right arrows to cycle through the EQ options. The available choices are Pop, Rock, Jazz, Classical, and Talk.

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