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I don't know if this is a standard feature of current models, but my 10+ year old DA3100ES receiver (which I'm currently using as a 2 channel D/A converter and amplifier in my office) has a velocity-sensitive volume knob (similar to how mouse acceleration works in modern graphical operating systems). If you turn it quickly, the volume goes up quite a bit, but if you turn it the same distance, but slowly, it goes up only a little. Very little.

I find this feature very annoying (I don't have the remote, so I'm stuck with using the knob, plus it's in such a position that the knob is close by and the remote sensor is blocked). Anyone know if there's a way to disable it? A search on obvious terms in the manual didn't find anything.
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