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My delphi roady plays through cassette adaptor. Volume is very low even when audio level is moved all the way up. ???

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You need to cycle back through after puttung the cassette in. Mine did that (before the cassette feature stopped working altogether) and I would press my "source" button so it would go from the cassette to the radio, then CD and back to the cassette - the sound would be back to normal again.

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