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WILL THE REMOTE CONTROL FOR AN AUDIO AMP PRESET THE AMP WHERE THE GAIN ON THE AMP ITSELF DOES LITTLE GOOD

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All the remote does is turn the amp on or off. the volts running through the RCA cables will have an effect on the gain control

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i think the unit needs to be set back to factory defaults
procedure is
Initializing the HTR 6130

1. Connect the power cable of this unit to the AC outlet.
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Hello Shaun123, Phase adjust the amount of lag or lead one signal has in reference to another. Frequency is an adjustment of the number of cycles pers second a signal will produce. Gain refers to the amplification factor of a signal. now in reference to you amplifier by changing phase you can set the delay of a signal (if used right you can make a wicked reverb effect), but setting phase normally will affect the tones Frequency will affect for bass and treble functionality Gain will both preset and provide amplitude adjustment (volume) Take into mind these are more then likely presets. I hope this helps

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