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HippoBirdie
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Feb 16, 2019
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problem with audio in only one channel? the volume knob is one channel knob inside the other channel knob. why the hell do the left and right audio have two separate controls, but they make it look like only one knob. why are you using concentric/nested knobs for left and right channels and with no clear labeling on them. took way too long to figure this out, thinking i had a defective unit. just a little psa in case someone else is confused by this as well.
Feb 16, 2019
Dekae
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Feb 21, 2019
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Don't tell my girlfriend but I think I love you
Feb 21, 2019
Bloos
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Mar 6, 2019
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Left and right are seperate because electrostats can often develop channel imbalance and this allows you to correct for it. Also it helps those already with some hearing loss that's greater in one ear
Mar 6, 2019
HippoBirdie
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Mar 6, 2019
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I don't have a problem with having separate controls, I just think that interface is not very clear. Why is the inside knob the left channel and the outside knob the right channel? Maybe there's a reason, but it's not very intuitive for a new user. Do most people associate concentric rings with one being a left and one being a right? Why aren't they labeled separately to indicate that there are two knobs, and which one controls what? I understand what your saying, but I really just made that first post for anyone who happened to be like me and was confused and frustrated about why they were only getting one channel of audio.
Mar 6, 2019
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