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.
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By loud noise I assume you mean in the movie you're watching or the CD you're listening to.
That's the protection circuit kicking in. Depending on how you have the player configured (audio levels, effects, mode....etc) it can "overdrive" the outputs and cause the protection circuit to energize.
If this happens a lot try changing the audio mode to something a little less (change speaker levels to a lower number, no bass boost or at least not as much, etc.).
MP3 songs are recorded at different levels. Many modern tunes have been deliberately recorded loud by the record companies for maximum effect.
If you are recording the songs yourself some recording software has a "normalize" feature. This increases or reduces the volume of the track to a certain level. Especially useful when you have tracks at different levels. By the way this is how they get CD tracks to play at the same levels. So you don't have to turn up the volume or turn it down every time a new track plays.
You can use a free software audio editing and recording program called Audacity. Using this program load your stereo track(s) into Audacity, then look in the effects menu and select normalize. Make sure to set highest loudness level to 0 db, which is the maximum digital volume level. You can hear the difference in volume when you use the test button. If you can't still get enough over all volume level with the normalize feature then you will need to compress and limit the stereo track, but I don't suggest getting your over all loudness levels that high because it ruins and lowers the dynamics of your music. Another words when you compress and boost the over all loudness of your album then all your music is at the same highest audio level which is very ear fatiguing. It may sound better to you at first at louder volume levels but you will quickly learn to hate it over time because it does not sound natural. That is why most music today is all about loudness and ear fatigue. And because of the loudness wars going on today every Record company is trying to have the loudest album out there thinking it will sell more copies. It is all false baloney, it really should be about the quality and dynamics of your sound instead of how loud it is.
Hi - Your Home Theater System and your TV should have separate volume controls. You should be able to control each individually. Start by checking the volume level on your TV with your HTS shut-off. Turn the volume on your TV all the way down to 0.
Next, turn your HTS on and check the volume level there. Is it still loud? If so, try turning the volume down on your HTS. That should do the trick. If its not loud then you know you can control the volume on either the HTS or the TV. If this answer does not help, then please write us back with a little more detail. Thanks.
it just seems a setting problem.
go to AUDIO SETTINGS or MENU.it will have "ON VOLUME".
press volume control -ve to get desired volume.
press AUDIO or MENU to store volume level.Next time u turn it ON ,the volume will be what u SET. OK i hope this solves your problem.
I sent a note to the manufacturer. Communication attached below.
We thank you for your interest in GPX and our products. We apologize, but the volume level on the unit is a factory setting that we are not able to override or alter.
Once again, we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
GPX Consumer Service
There is no fix to this problem. I emailed GBX, who makes the same stereo (same model number) and they said it is a factory setting that can't be overridden or changed. I bought mine for work and my office is made up of open cubicles - I'll be returning it tomorrow.
Will not turn on get blue screen with eq band only after leaving it on for some time i get some function out of it only at low volume setting if i try to turn it up reception and sound quality breaks up
Please refer to this quick start guide...
...or if you need extensive details download this userguide
Also, for more details on this device, refer to the support page mentioned below
Those are pretty easy to follow instructions. Just do the right steps.