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The volume is way to high even on the lowest setting

I recently setup my GPX 7500 system. It works great except that the volume even with the TV volume off and the system volume at 1 it is really loud. I have also reviewed the audio settings in the hopes that I could fix it but could not figure out what is wrong with it. How can I set it up to reduce the volume?

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Re: The volume is way to high even on the lowest setting

Sorry I don't have a solution. We have this model and ours is loud also, at the very lowest setting. I disconnected some of the speakers, and sometimes have to put the working speakers into a drawer to lower the sound.

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