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    Default Difference Amplifier Mode Auto-High or Low


    Hello, I have nen new sub canton as 105 sc butt it for the power supply three possibilities on auto high low auto on is clear it remains an ever bumper but he does turn after calming certain time on standby. But what is the difference between high and low? nothing stands in the SA and also Google knows nothing there.

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    Did the sub woofer also in the manual just says car and On of high and low is because of the question interested me so even if there was a clue.

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    Sorry for digging. I have an AS 40 in which there are high and low car. In my instructions to be found unfortunately nothing. White So now maybe someone what the difference is?

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    Again so high maybe even now anyone have any idea what the difference between high and auto car is low I am not on the net yet been able to find in the BDA!

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    Hi, It may be of various power-on / switch-off threshold level, that is Low Level = High Sensitivity = power even at low level, off only at low levelHigh Level = Low Sensitivity = later switching early shutdown maybe it matter if the automatic switch off noise no longer be otherwise. Which sensitivity level is now hidden behind High and Low, you have to find out for yourself.

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