Date: Tue, 04 Sep 2001 11:48:45 -0400 From: Kalman Rubinson <kr4nopsamedu> Subject: Re: 2001 9-3 Speed Dependent Volume???
On Tue, 04 Sep 2001 15:30:46 GMT, cdenkernopsamester.rr.com (ByteSchlepper) wrote: >I've found the best way to use the speed-dependent volume is set the >desired listening level when you're doing about 80 :) I don't think it will >increase the volume to a level higher than you have manually set, but it >will drop it nicely when you stop (or get pulled over), and then return it >back to the previous high-water mark as your speed goes back up. I prefer to use the controls; they're right on the steering wheel. >And in a lamer attempt to send this thread back off topic, Kal, I'm curious >to know how you've outfitted your Saab. I've read some of your reviews in >[very popular American stereo review magazine name deleted] and know you're >used to hearing top quality stuff; sound systems in cars must be one of the >most challenging environments for quality, even if money's no object. Do >you have the stock stereo? Have you upgraded the amp? Speakers? Completely stock 9-3SE. The reason is that I lease my cars and do not wish to get into the hassles of re-fitting or arguing at the end of lease. >Do you get to keep the stuff you review? (cheap shot). Certainly, if I pay for it. >Seriously, it sounds like a dream job. Except for one thing: the pay. I, like almost all the other reviewers, have real jobs to pay for our individual lifestyles. The income from audio reviewing serves to fund my audio jones and some largess for my grand kids.. Kala > >