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Volume will not go passed 4

When I turn volume up it will not increase. My car radio is a goodman car compact disc player

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The amp requires a compatible Ai-net Alpine head unit to operate it. I bought one too and didnt know this and im still trying to put all of the peices together to create a working stereo system without buying everything all over again.

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