Question about Pioneer DEH-1500 CD Player
Please dear sirs, I used to know about stereos,but can't for the life of me figure out what in the world the SCV knob around the volume knob of a stock GM stereo is or does. I can't hear or see any difference when I turn it. could you please explain it to me ? Thank You All Very Much ! sincerely, Tim Folkerth
To my knowledge, control called Speed Compensated Volume (SCV) raises the volume as the car's speed increases, and it can be set to one of several levels of sensitivity. It is meant to compensate for road noise.
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