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authorMarianne Arnold <pixelma@rockbox.org>2010-06-11 20:23:34 +0000
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Replace the table that was used for the channels settings option with the item list which is used for this kind of settings lists everywhere else in the manual.
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@@ -84,34 +84,26 @@ change to customise your listening experience.
any way, and if so, in what manner they will be combined.
Available options are:
%
- \begin{table}
- \begin{rbtabular}{\textwidth}{lX}%
- {\textbf{Setting} & \textbf{Description}}{}{}
- Stereo
- & Leave the audio signal unmodified. \\
- %
- Mono
- & Combine both channels and send the resulting signal to both stereo
- channels, resulting in a monophonic output. \\
- %
- Custom
- & Allows you to manually specify a stereo width with the
- \setting{Stereo Width} setting described later in this chapter. \\
- %
- Mono Left
- & Plays the left channel in both stereo channels. \\
- %
- Mono Right
- & Plays the right channel in both stereo channels. \\
- %
- Karaoke
- & Removes all sound that is common to both channels. Since most
+ \begin{description}
+ \item[Stereo.]
+ Leave the audio signal unmodified.
+ \item[Mono.]
+ Combine both channels and send the resulting signal to both stereo
+ channels, resulting in a monophonic output.
+ \item[Custom.]
+ Allows you to manually specify a stereo width with the
+ \setting{Stereo Width} setting described later in this chapter.
+ \item[Mono Left.]
+ Plays the left channel in both stereo channels.
+ \item[Mono Right.]
+ Plays the right channel in both stereo channels.
+ \item[Karaoke.]
+ Removes all sound that is common to both channels. Since most
music is recorded with vocals being equally present in both channels
to make the singer sound centrally placed, this often (but not
always) has the effect of removing the voice track from a song. This
- setting also very often has other undesirable effects on the sound. \\
- \end{rbtabular}
- \end{table}
+ setting also very often has other undesirable effects on the sound.
+ \end{description}
\section{Stereo Width}
Stereo width allows you to manually specify the effect that is applied