Ear834p Question

I recently purchased an EAR834P phono amp and being fairly new to separate phono amps, I'm not really sure about the mm/mc setting button on the back of this amp. The in and out button has markings beside it that indicate mm/mc but do not indicate which position the button should be in for the different settings. A review of the instructions that come with the box was equally as vague. I have a clearaudio Virtuoso Wood, moving magnet cartridge. Can anyone clear this up for me?
In is MC

With your cart super loud is MM. Proper volume is MC.
Zieman has it backwards, super loud is the MC setting, as it puts the step-up transformers into the circuit. and the appropriate volume is MM setting. These forums have really gone downhill, lots of bad advice going around.
Got to give you that one. I did not know these had trannys. My response definitely qualifies as bad advice.
>>My response definitely qualifies as bad advice.<<


Read the rest of the thread Fail. I bet you have been praying I would goof sometime. I was half wrong. I admit it. You might want to try it sometime. You have given yourself many opportunities.
What a world where "bad advice" morphs into "half wrong". Wrong twice actually, the contraction of Bill's user name would be "Feil" not "Fail", but you seem to get things backwards quite a bit.
The cartride is in fact damaged, yes? I call stuff thingies on occasion as well. Fail is indeed appropriate for most of this gentleman's posts
Well there's another goof. Forget the damaged cartridge sentence. The rest is perfect. Particularly the part about Fail.
I get it! I know I'm an idiot, you should nick name me viRUDEian. viRUDEian and Fail, there's a fine couple. Best,
Marty, sounds like both you and I learn everyday. Fail already knows everything!
I think that I'm chaning my user name to Viridiot! Appologies for the contentiousness.
No! Just retract any idea that you and Fail make any kind of pair.
OT: has anyone used the 834 w/a Dynavector 20X low output? Thoughts?
Button In : MC
Button Out: MM