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How to ajust speaker front to back

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Hello bill_cordova,

Start with the "AUDIO" button. Press it until FAD appears in the display. Press the up/down buttons to adjust front/rear balance. FAD:F15-FAD:R15 is displayed as the front/rear balance is moved from front to rear. FAD:0 is the center position with the balance equal between the front/rear speakers.

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