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Re: Lack of volume
You can try to turn the volume up on the laptop itself or in the video program itself. If you haven't already double click on the speaker icon in your tray and make sure the appropriate volume is turned up
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Do you still hear warning chimes ?
The audible warnings alert the driver of a system concern or a critical vehicle condition. The radio generates the audible warnings. The BCM receives audible warning requests via the class 2 serial data line or the controller area network (CAN) data line. If the BCM receives multiple audible warning requests, the warning with the highest priority sounds first. The following lists the audible warning priority and the pulse rate:
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There is a master attenuation adjustment on the back labelled MASTER ATT. By turning this setting down you effectively lower the output volume from the XLR (3 pin connections) giving you the ability to run more level through the desk and see the metering.
Another way is to run your speakers or amp at a lower volume and turn the djm800 up which will give the same result.
The first thing is to verify the pot you are using has the correct taper... there are several types and the nomenclature is NOT too consistent. The second thing is to measure the voltage out of the pot to make sure it covers the range between the outside terminals. After that measure the voltage across the pot... I suspect it might be 5 volts... if you find it way below that, that would certainly be the problem. Note: I do not have schematics for this product and my comments here are based upon my engineering experience and how this sytem is likely to work. The MIDI convertor MAY use a PIC processor or similar.
The natual dolby digital is meant to be listened to loud.
There is a setup feature on the receiver called ATT (for attenuation). Set this to medium or high. This is a general answer - not specific to your model. You may have to do it through a setup menu or some receivers have an ATT button on the remote.
This is because the volume knob on ANY stereo is actually an attenuator. Meaning, the stereo would play at full blast (way too loud!) if left to it's own limits of power, so your volume knob is actually "dialing down" the power, or when fully turned up, letting it all flow.
The reason that the numbers change like that is it's showing you how much attenuation is happening in decibels, or dB, so for insTance, when it's at "-30" that's a pretty decent volume, but at "-5" it's much louder and your neighbors might complain. I think you'll notice that it can be cranked to something like "+5" which on my AVR 100 will blow the speakers.
In other words, this is normal, so relax and enjoy the music!
If you use a digital cable box, it could be that the volume on that isn't turned up all the way. I didn't even realize the box had volume controls until 2 years after I got it...makes a HUGE difference now
It seems to be a problem on all these Sony Ericsson phones.
You can make it louder by going to setting/profiles and select an outdoor profile.
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