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i am used to adjusting bass and treble controls but I think the denon does it automatically.

There seems to be no way to adjust. Am I right?
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It should have both manual and automatic, what did the manual say? If you need help translating their manual try searching for batpig's translation of denon...;

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Thank You I watched a video and I can now do it manually.
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Bass and treble settings can be adjusted when Dyn EQ is set to OFF, so generally not something you want to do.

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I wanted to listen to some music so I did turn off the eq.

Why is it something I shouldnt do?

Should i switch the eq back on whan i go back to ord tv I have a feeling it might retain separate settings for "media" ( I played the music through my Mac) and tv so perhpas leaving the bass on a little heaview on the music I might not even need to change it back to TV.

Ive had the denon 6 months and just couldnt work out how to adjust the tone. The old music I still like from the 60s need the extra bass
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Dunno about Denon's "Dynamic EQ" but in my Onkyo that's a low volume listening thing (loudness contour type of thing). Maybe different in Denon. If you prefer to set your bass/treble separately (assuming you don't have a manual eq setting for various bands, which I'd find preferabe to a simple bass/treble adjustment) then do as you please. Some avrs set various adjustments for each input (my Onkyo does) but I'd check to see how that works on yours, or not...

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I wanted to listen to some music so I did turn off the eq.
Why is it something I shouldnt do?
Should i switch the eq back on whan i go back to ord tv I have a feeling it might retain separate settings for "media" ( I played the music through my Mac) and tv so perhpas leaving the bass on a little heaview on the music I might not even need to change it back to TV.
Ive had the denon 6 months and just couldnt work out how to adjust the tone. The old music I still like from the 60s need the extra bass

The whole point of using Dyn EQ is to BOOST the bass and surround audio at volume levels lower than reference volume (ie. 0db). As virtually everyone listens at < 0db, it's recommended to leave Dyn EQ set to ON for all sources all the time.

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