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Sound settings with Burmester® High-End Surround Sound System
Setting the listening position
With the "Listening position" setting you can optimize the sound settings for the front or rear seats. If, on the other hand, you choose the symmetrical setting, you achieve the best possible sound setting taking all seats into account.
The "Smooth" function is used to precisely reduce overemphasized frequencies in the midrange and treble, which may be present in highly compressed music material. Typical examples include the playing of MP3 files with a low data rate or listening to an FM station with unfavorable reception conditions.
The function facilitates a relaxing, pleasant listening experience for these sources over a long period.
Activating "Surround" achieves a sound setting with greater spatiality.
This permits the creation of a virtual surround sound with conventional stereo sources such as CDs, radio, or MP3 formats, for example.
The function can be set separately for the individual audio sources. The listening position is then set to
The "Surround" function is generally activated with multi-channel sources such as 5.1 DVDs, for example.
The function cannot be activated for the source
The "Live" function generates surround sound that sounds just like a live concert from any stereo music signal. This is achieved through the precise addition of the type of reverberation and tonal components normally found in concert halls.
The listening position is set to
Setting sound conditioner
If the "Sound conditioner" function is activated, the noise level in the interior of the vehicle is monitored. Background noise is analyzed and playback of the music is automatically adapted not just in terms of volume, but also in terms of the dynamics of the overall frequency spectrum.
Vehicles with convertible tops are additionally equipped with extended sound control. This adjusts the playback of the music according to the special requirements when driving with an open top.