Question about GPX HM3817DT Shelf System
I bought this CD player for work. When I turn it on, it automatically goes to level 17. Obviously, that's way too loud for work. How can I get the level to stay where I shut it off at?
If you're only going to listen to the radio or cd, turn it off by changing the function to "aux." DON'T HIT THE POWER BUTTON. As long as you're not using an auxilliary source for sound, "aux" will be silent and the clock will show. When you're ready to resume listening to the radio or cd, change the function back. As long as you don't hit the power button, the volume level will remain at the level that you last set. This solution is, of course, limited to not using the "aux" function. I have not tested the alarm feature using the "aux" function, but it might be worth testing. My stereo is in the bathroom and therefore, I don't need the alarm feature.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
I took my speakers and put them face dowm on the carpet under my dresser. it seems to bring the noise down to just the right leval. this is just a temp fix but seems to worlk
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
There are several complaints in FIXYA and they are all about this same fault condition....the volume is too high when turned on...
Because of the high number of complaints about this same fault I would suggest that its a manufacturer fault.
So the manufacturer should be contacted about it to ask for your money back..
Cheers From YUBEUT..
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
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