Question about JVC Audio Players & Recorders
Thats to stop you blowing your speakers. you can make your volume louder via the equaliser/surround settings, but you will still not be aloud past the number 15 without it cutting out.
its an EU setting thats on most mp3 players too, so that people wont listen to music too loud, "nanny state".
hope this helps
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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Is it on all audio sources or only certain ones? Have you swapped the speakers Left-to-Right to isolate the speaker from the signal chain as a cause?
If it's only an analog source doing it I would suspect a bad audio cable or a switch contact somewhere in the signal path. Typically, it might be a switch you rarely use, like a Tape Monitor or Mute. It's wise to occasionally (with power OFF) manipulate all manual controls throughput their ranges a number of times to wipe oxides from their contacts.
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