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The volume is at 20 when you turn the unit on.

If you have the volume at 8 and you turn the unit off, the volume will be at 20 when you turn it back on.

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This is the default volume level set by the factory for the player. I too experience this on many stereos and cd players. It cannot be changed.      Very sorry. 

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