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Speaker mode AV2 retained?

I just found out that, to have the Koss output to ONLY the two forward speakers in AV2, I had to perform a mode change to "STEREO". Will that mode change be retained when I return to AV2 even after using AV1 and DVD?

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No you will have to reprogram it over again maybe it will stay for, a while but not for long.good luck.

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