>From: email@example.com (Karl Hartzel)
>Date: Fri, 28 Jun 1996 21:44:18 -0700
>Subject: Re: A couple of minor A4Q things...
>Dan Masi writes:
>>> 5. Anyone noticed that once in a while, when you try to turn
>>> the Delta radio volume down just a notch, the volume actually
>>> *increases* a notch?
>Ti Kan writes:
>>Yes, I have noticed this, and I think it's the GALA feature
>>trying to compensate at an untimely moment!
>While we're on the subject of the GALA radios, I was disappointed. I try to
>convince myself it's having an effect, but it's not very noticeable - I
>tried fiddling with the adjustments per the radio's manual (Altering basic
>volume... on pg. 13), but (a) following the manual's instructions gave me a
>different display than pictured (I actually got 2 seperate adjustments) and
>(b) it wasn't clear what the adjustments were supposed to do - so I just
>turned both of them all the way up. What have your experiences been?
First off, the two settings: One is the speed at which the volume
increase kicks in, the other is the amount of volume increase. So
you've set it so that the volume increase kicks in late and loud.
Theoretically you should have it kick in early and loud for the most
In my experience, no matter how you set it, there is no noticable
effect, so I just ignore the thing.
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