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When put in stero mode,the speakers blast out at full volume..

I cant play my ps3 or cd player through stero as it plays at full blast,ive got a optical connection. regards noel

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  • rexashton Nov 18, 2008

    I have a similar problem. When I switch the unit on it comes on at full volume unless I go to the bass or treble controls and change them down and back up, then it's ok.

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I had the same problem and have solved it bij resetting it.
Try the small hole above the powerswitch.

Good luck.

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