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Old 03-27-2015, 08:55 PM   #1
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Genesis surround sound system

My Genesis system in our 8280WS works great however I would like to be able to reduce the volume in the "rear" surround sound speakers and maintain the volume in the "front" speakers. Is there any way to do this? Is there a setting in the menu that allows you to "fade" front to back and side to side like one can do with a home system
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Old 03-28-2015, 04:24 PM   #2
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My Genesis system in our 8280WS works great however I would like to be able to reduce the volume in the "rear" surround sound speakers and maintain the volume in the "front" speakers. Is there any way to do this? Is there a setting in the menu that allows you to "fade" front to back and side to side like one can do with a home system

Good question! I am still trying to locate this feature!
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Good question! I am still trying to locate this feature!
You need to play a CD and during the intro you press your remote (Genesis) set up and go to volume/speakers. I think the only setting you can pick are small, med and large and then I think that you can go to 1 through 5 on that. But the CD has to start and don't hit play or extras on the screen. It been a while but I'm pretty sure that is what you want.
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What model Genesis radio do you have?
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What model Genesis radio do you have?

X2.

If it's the GT-2.0 (like mine) then it's only 2 channel, left and right, split to four speakers. No concept of front/back.

But the GT-3.0 is supposed to be different. You'll need to get an owner of one of those units to tell you how to fade.




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My Genesis system in our 8280WS works great however I would like to be able to reduce the volume in the "rear" surround sound speakers and maintain the volume in the "front" speakers. Is there any way to do this? Is there a setting in the menu that allows you to "fade" front to back and side to side like one can do with a home system
If you read post #3 that is the only way to get into the program. That is for the Gen #3. Bob Fields might be able to help more, but that's what I have to do.
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Ours is a GT-3.0 so I will try poster #3's suggestion. Thank you all for your help.. Vern
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