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Car stereo receiver

My Clarion stereo is less than two years old. Everything works fine but... When we play our auxilary from the DVD player or TV the volume only goes either off at zero or if you turn the dial to 1, it goes very loud. If you continue turning up the volume to 2,3,4 or any number higher, it still says at the same volume. So, it is either off at zero or quite loud at one with no adjustments over one. When the stereo or CD is playing the volume works just fine. I am going to try a different VCR just in case the problem can be traced back to that. Thanks alot!

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Re: car stereo receiver

Maybe the owners manual would help. It says you can adjust the sensitivity of the AUX input through a menu. It sounds like the AUX sensitivity is just set to max. Look for the 'to change other settings' chapter, instructions are in there.
If you don't have the manual, find it on the official website.
The link to download it is on the upper right.

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