Question about Car Audio & Video
Just figured it out - you have to put the player in Standby mode (by pressing SRC till you find it) first.
Then hold down the bass boost button (as the manual says). When MENU pops up, scroll down to DEMO ON and then hold down the centre button of the conrol knob till it changes to DEMO OFF.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
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