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Re: My unit does not work. Is there a fuse that might...
The short answer is yes. The longer answer will require a bit more info. Most likely either the output transistors have failed or the speaker may have beel blown. It depends upon how loud you made the radio go. If this is the small wave radio, I just took in one for repair and may be able to provide you with more details in a day or so. Stay tuned...
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By the clock at bottom right there is a speaker icon that can increase volume. right click on it and click sounds, click playback tab at top, Right click on speakers and select properties, should be an enhancment tab for bass boost and loudness.
Please note that you volume control increases in a logarithmic scale, in simple words it increases in a doubling scale eg: 2,4,8,16,32,64------------. So if your half volume is 16watts per channel the next increase is 32 and the next 64 so on. So don't be surprised if after half volume it suddenly starts getting very loud. There is nothing you can do about it.
most of the times there are side keys in mobile placed on either side of the mobile by pressing them up and down we can increase the volume. but if a pair of keys is not present on one you are talking about then certainly in setting-----sound settings you can increase the volume of the mobile. but keep in mind some time if a mobile previously working fine suddenly started to transmit low sound there may be a problem in mic as well. try the above mentioned steps and if the problem remains focus on the mic. it may be replaced by some mobile repairer. Also it may be possible that the output sound of your mobile is low as you listen from your own mobile its volume if increased could also give you good results. thankx
Here is a copy of your owners manual
http://www.sonystyle.com/wcsstore/SonyStyleStorefrontAssetStore/pdf/warranty/SEL-asset-166073.pdf These units are very popular for having install errors, volume problems, recording issues etc. You need to install its driver to get it recognized by system,did you get a cd or mini cd with it?If the unit was accidently dropped, the volume will be affected without you even knowing it. I've seen these broken in parts and put back together with lots of solder work. I recommend getting a fresh set of batteries, checking the data transfer cord, power cable for any errors, and understand the at times, the volume will increase but no decrease and vise versa. This has a lot to do with wear and tear on the buttons and again, accidently dropping the unit.
It sounds like the sub woofer amplifier is pulling down the voltage level in the truck when it starts to get really loud. It may be the voltage regulator which is probably part of the alternator, or the alternator is not capable of supplying the needed current for the amplifier. If the voltage level drops below a certain level, the radio will see it as if the battery is disconnected. It requires a voltage level of around at least 10 volts to stay turned on. When an amplifier is playing loud, it draws a lot of current. If the current supply does not increase, it lowers the voltage level to compensate and get the current it needs to play at the level the head unit is pushing it to. As the voltage level goes down, the current increases when the voltage is dropping due to increased demand. You could check this with a voltage meter and monitor the level right at the battery and have somebody turn the volume up on the head unit slowly as you monitor the voltage level. The normal operating voltage of a car while the engine is running is about 14.4 volts. It should not drop much at all, no matter how loud the amplifier is playing. if it does drop, you have a problem with the trucks regulator or alternator.
I hope this helps, if you need more assistance let me know.
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