Q: How do I adjust the audio settings?

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How do I adjust the audio settings?

The various audio settings (such as bass levels, balance, etc.), are controlled through the “TUNE/SCROLL” knob. Press the “TUNE/SCROLL” knob once, and “BASS” will display; then rotate the “TUNE/SCROLL” knob until the correct levels of bass are chosen. Press the button again, and repeat the process for each audio setting.

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