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I have a Jensen VM9312HD and when my car turns on and the head unit starts up the volume is very loud and i would like it to be quiter when it starts but i cannot find a way to change it. can anybody give me a soloution??? thankyou

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  • Shawn1116 Jan 27, 2009

    The volume starts at different levels everytime the unit is turned on but either way it is always very loud. I tried everything from muting it when i turn it off to turning the volume down but nothing works. ??????? i really don't want issues with it when i have had it only 2 days. any answers? thanks.

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I just found out how to fix this problem. turn the volume to the level you want at startup, then hold the volume button til it beeps.itll start at that level then.

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