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volume display If you elect to use the variable volume capability, you have two choices as to how
the volume setting is displayed.
• Absolute is how most volume controls work, namely that a setting of “0”
indicates no sound, while larger numbers represent higher volumes.
• Relative (THX) is the system preferred by the folks who bring you the
Home standards, wherein “0” represents a calibrated reference volume,
and deviations from that reference level are indicated as either positive or
negative numbers (louder and quieter, respectively).