The Owner's manual was very helpful. The WEGA is about 35 years old and needed repair.
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Changing the volume level â Adjust VOLUME button (or press VOL +/-) to increase or decrease the volume level. â âVOL XXâ is displayed. â âVOL MAXâ is displayed if volume is at maximum level. â Press SUBW +/- to adjust the level of the subwoofer speaker volume. â âSUBW XXDBâ is displayed. â The range is from -15dB to 10dB. â Press REAR +/- to adjust the level of the surround speakers volume. â âREAR XXDBâ is displayed. â The range is from -15dB to 10dB. â Press CENTER +/- to adjust the level of the center speakers volume. â âCNT XXDBâ is displayed. â The range is from -15dB to 10dB. For PHILIPS TVs only: â Press TV VOL +/- on the remote control to adjust the TVâs volume level.
Adjusting the Tone
â Press BASS or TREBLE on the receiver to select Bass or Treble sound feature. â Adjust the VOLUME on the receiver to select the desired Bass or Treble level. ââBAS XXDBâor âTRE XXDBâ is displayed âXXâ denotes the level. âThe range is from -10dB to 10dB. Notes â The volume knob can be used to adjust Bass/ Treble level immediately after you have selected the respective Bass/ Treble sound feature. If the volume knob is not used within 5 seconds, it will become normal volume control function. â When headphones are connected, the BASS and TREBLE controls will be disabled.
Notes â âXXâdenotes the volume level. â When SURROUND mode is set to Stereo or VSS mode, REAR +/- and CENTER +/- keys are void. â In test tone mode, volume control is void.
To switch off the volume temporarily â Press MUTE. â âMUTE ONâ is displayed. â To restore the volume, press MUTE again or increase the volume level. Note When MUTE is activated ON, all sound on the rear jacks (AUDIO OUT, DIGITAL OUT) will remain on.
To listen through the headphones Connecting headphones to PHONES will switch off the speakers. The receiver switches to STEREO and surround sound will be reduced to a stereo signal which is reproducible by standard headphones. Disconnecting the headphones switches on the speakers again. If you wish to enjoy surround sound again, switch the receiver back to surround sound.