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Speed Compensated Volume in GM vehicles
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Old 11th October 2007, 04:12 PM   #11
3KFX is offline 3KFX  United States
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Yup, easy to change. I've heard new GM radios bury the feature in the menus along with the balance, eq, and other such stuff. With the 90's radios though, the SCV has four modes of strength selectable by a dial behind/surrounding the volume control. Nice and convenient.

With a microphone, wouldn't the mic pick up the noise from your stereo also and continue to increase volume? I would think there has to be some type of speed sensor.
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Old 11th October 2007, 06:04 PM   #12
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PS - I'll apologize for the last post. I had an account 3KFX which I created for use for another person I used a computer which auto logged me onto that account rather than my LightwaveDude account. Just so there isn't confusion.
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