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Q: How do I turn compression on and off?

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How do I turn compression on and off?

A: To have a more consistent volume level, the...

To have a more consistent volume level, the radio can compress the audio. Compression keeps the audio at one consistent level instead of having a mixture of loud and soft. To turn Compression on and off:

  1. Press the Menu button until you see "Compression."

  2. Use the Seek left and right arrow buttons to choose between On and Off.

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