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Default Stereo Question? Has this been asked before?

I searched...I really did. I didn't find it anywhere.

Is the audio on the XCT stereo? If so, then why isn't there are Right or Left control? I know there is a fader control but no R/L.

OK...so what am I missing?

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No L/R on my XC either. Since I don't have back speakers, I just set it full front. I found it a bit odd like you but figured it didn't matter since the speakers are so close side to side anyway.

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No L/R controls but it's definately stereo. Play a track like ACDC Hells Bells where there is a distinct left and right tracks and you can really tell.

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No L/R on my XC either. Since I don't have back speakers, I just set it full front. I found it a bit odd like you but figured it didn't matter since the speakers are so close side to side anyway.
Did setting it full front make a difference?

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No L/R on my XC either. Since I don't have back speakers, I just set it full front. I found it a bit odd like you but figured it didn't matter since the speakers are so close side to side anyway.
Not to mention that at highway speeds you are pretty unlikely to be able to tell L vs. R separation anyway.

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