Question about Car Audio & Video
I bought a new Renault Clio Sport Tourer recently and the problem is that they have preset the volume at 15 (which is barely audible). When I increase the volume to a comfortable level of 24 it stays at that level until the engine is switched off then it reverts to level 15. When I asked Renault, they tell me ''it's to stop people getting into the car and being deafened. This level cannot be changed'' Not a very good reason!! Why should they dictate the level of volume for me. (nothing to do with power conservation). Can this level be changed?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
actually you should not overwrite these settings....
your stereo "eats" a lot of power which is needed for starting the engine, which cannot be redirected to the audio system. If your audio has these presets, it's for saving battery so you don't run out of power.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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