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Setting the volume

Every time I turn my unit on the volume level is set at 17, which is too loud. How can I set it at a lower level so the next time I turn it on it won't be so loud?

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Re: Setting the volume

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.

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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Keep it a little "lean" at first, and over the next several hours or days, bring the preamp level up one db at a time. It takes several days of tweaking to arrive at a level that I find appropriate. Once there, I try to ignore programs with bloated bass - remember, not all recordings are created equal.

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