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Alpine ida-x001 volume is low even if stereo is turned all the way up only when ipod is plugged in on ipod setting.Radio (AM/FM) is normal volume (louder)..How can I fix this?

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  • guitargod121 Mar 07, 2009

    I cannot adjust the level on the ipod itself because once you plug it in to the alpine/ipod cale it disables all functions on the ipod. I am farmiliar with "level balancing" and this is what I was looking for. Unfortunately havn't had any luck. I've had the head unit for over a year with no problems until 2 days ago, when I noticed the volume problem. It's almost a if I bumped a button somewhere. When the ipod control is activated on the head unit the volume is alot lower than previous. I do beleive we are both on the same page with your solution..

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Most newer car receivers have a feature named something like "level balancing" in which you can adjust the relative loudness of each input (Tuner, CD, AUX, IPOD). Check you owner's manual for a similar function.

Also, are you or can you turn the level of the ipod itself up a bit?

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