Very dumb question but just so I am positive... when the button says "normal," it is running in normal mode, right? Or do you click on normal to engage normal mode, thus making the button read "econo," meaning I could then click that word to put it in econo mode?
Thank you Enrique, but the question was : when the screen says "econo", is Nebula in econo mode? (It sounds silly, but I was asking myself the exact same question...). I too remember reading somewhere that it was the other way around...
Yeah, I realized that econo = Normal and Normal = econo because when it says normal, there's a flashing dot on the button. Pressing the Bypass button does the same thing -- when it displays Bypass without the flashing dot, it isn't bypassing Nebula. When you click it, I can't remember if the word changes but a dot appears to signify (to me, at least) that clicking it will perform the opposite action.
My 165a comp was loading into Econo mode by default. Not sure whether I accidentally changed the default or not but I never noticed it until last night. Anyone else want to check theirs?
I recently found out it is the same with mono L and stereo, i.e. when it says mono you are in stereo, and vice versa. I have read the manual many times, and did not notice this. I guess it is the same for several of the settings, i.e. backwards. ??