tone defeat

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  1. itai

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    hi
    it took me 6 months..., to stop and see there's a "tone-defeat" feature in my 3802. it of course hides the treble & bass sliders, is it doing anything else? like an analog bypass or something? i looked in the manual, but got lost there... anyone?
     
  2. John Royster

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    you can use the "direct" mode with sub set to off for a true analog bypass. You turn the sub off by adjusting the speaker levels, press the enter key and turn the sub one notch below -12, OFF.

    It will retain these settings for direct only.
     
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    Keep tone defeat ON. Avoid using bass & treble controls.
     
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  5. Greg Haynes

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    Mark,

    By keeping tone defeat ON, you disable all bass and treble controls. By defeating this the sound being played will playback the way it was meant to be. Adding bass and treble will only alter the sound. This is just IMHO. For me I don't want anything coloring the sound.
     
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  7. itai

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    i was just asking if it does an analog bypass, like in direct, or just disabaling the sliders, which is kinda silly...
     
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