Originally Posted by Technic
That's not what I said or implied...
The only way for the volume to be automatically increased is at speed (S-Volume cannot be turned off), and to increase the volume it has to be first at low volume.
In other words, S-Volume can help with the muddyness only at speed and higher than the nominal/low volume, which pretty much confirms what it is already known: this system is designed to sound better at higher than nominal/low volumes.
The S-Volume only helps to get rid of the muddyness a little bit faster while driving, but it will do nothing with the muddyness at low speed/low volume conditions.
This system is just muddy at low volume by design.
Thanks for the clarification. I wasn't sure what you meant before.