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Stereo volume doesn't effect Aux input volume

I recently purchased a zune and connected a standard RCA to 3.5mm plug to the aux input and it sounds OK but it's not loud enough for highway driving and the volume knob does not effect the volume of the sound coming from the speakers, only adjusting the zune volume does anything. Am I doing something wrong or is this a "feature"?

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Re: Stereo volume doesn't effect Aux input volume

In a car stereo system, when you select line input, it usually assumes the device you are connecting has its own volume control. if you really want to use your cars volume knob, an FM transmitter might do the trick.

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