Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hello.. the sw level is short for your subwoofers volume setting .when you use a subwoofer thats powered and connect it to your recievers sub out,this is than a way to adjust the subs volume from your seating position rather than only adjusting it from the back of the sub.. i recommend putting your subs volume(on the back of the sub itself) to midpoint and playing a bass heavy song or movie and adjusting the sub level on the reciever to how you like it.. enjoy
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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