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Subaru Legacy Owners Manual: Sound settings

Touch the tab to set the sound quality

Sound settings

Item

Function

Balance/ Fader Select to adjust speaker volume balance (right/left and front/rear).
Speed Volume Control Select to adjust speaker volume coupled to vehicle speed
Graphic Equalizer Select to adjust sound quality in each frequency band.
Sound Restorer Select to add high-pitched tone to the compressed audio file.
Volume Smoother Select to adjust volume difference between audio sources
Virtual Bass Select to add harmonic tone so that low-pitched tone is strengthened
Vocal Image Control Select to pick-up vocal sound signal from the sound data, and adjust it to right/left or front/rear.

Refer to the following table for the adjustment range of each audio setting item and default value.

Sound settings

"Balance/Fader"

A good balance of the left and right stereo channels and of the front and rear sound levels is important for good quality audio program listening.

Keep in mind that when listening to a stereo recording or broadcast, changing the right/left balance will increase the volume of 1 group of sounds while decreasing the volume of another.

Touch the "Set" key of the "Balance/Fader" key. The "Balance/Fader" screen will appear.

Balance/Fader

  • Volume Balance setting
  1.  Select the "Volume Balance Control" key.

Balance/Fader

  1. Adjust the balance by pressing " " or " " key.
  2.  Adjust the fader by pressing " " or " " key.
  • Vocal image setting
  1.  Select the "Vocal Image Control" key.

Balance/Fader

  1. Adjust the balance by pressing " " or " " key.
  2.  Adjust the fader by pressing " " or " " key.

"Speed Volume Control"

The system adjusts to the optimum volume and tone quality according to vehicle speed to compensate for increased vehicle noise.

  1.  Touch the right side key of the "Speed Volume Control" key.
  2.  Select the desired item. The "High" key comes to have a bigger effect. When the "OFF" key is selected, speed volume control function is canceled.

Speed Volume Control

"Graphic Equalizer"

You can adjust the sound quality by increasing/decreasing the gain for each frequency range.

  1.  Touch the "Set" key of the "Graphic Equalizer" key.

Graphic Equalizer

  1. In this mode, 6 preset equalizer patterns (the "Bass", "Treble", "Acoustic", "Impact", "Smooth" and "Flat" key) and 3 customized patterns (the "SET 1" - "SET 3" key) are available.
  2.  When customizing the equalizer pattern, touch among "SET 1", "SET 2" or "SET 3" and then touch the "Adjust" key.

Graphic Equalizer

  1. Adjust the level of each frequency band by touching " " or " " key.

Graphic Equalizer

"Sound Restorer"

You can play compressed audio data with a sound quality that is close to the original sound.

Select the "ON" or "OFF" key by the right side key of the "Sound Restorer" key.

Volume Smoother

"Volume Smoother"

This function reduces the difference in volume among the sound sources to be played.

  1.  Touch the right side key of the "Volume Smoother" key.
  2.  Select the "OFF", "Low", "Mid" or "High" key. The "High" key comes to have a bigger effect. When the "OFF" key is selected, the volume smoother function is canceled.

Virtual Bass

"Virtual Bass"

This function enables you to adjust the bass tone.

  1.  Touch the right side key of the "Virtual Bass" key.
  2.  Select the "OFF", "Low", "Mid" or "High" key. The "High" key comes to have a bigger effect. When the "OFF" key is selected, the virtual bass function is canceled.

Vocal Image Control

"Vocal Image Control"

Refer to ""Balance/Fader"" .

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