Q: Q: How do I change the audio controls?

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How do I change the audio controls?

You can change the audio controls in your sound system very easily, to personalize it to your liking. To do so, press the Audio button until the setting you would like to change is displayed. The customizable settings are Bass, Treble, Fade, Balance, Spd Sen Vol (Speed Sensitive Volume), Beep, and Normal Mode. After you have selected your setting, use the Tune buttons or the Seek buttons to adjust the setting.

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