Question about Alpine CDA-9856 CD Player
The player has a built in safety device which only allows it to turn up so high. It help to avoid burning out your equip ment. Best way is to put sound on one device 3/4 ways up and then use the other device for adjusting the volume from there.
For sound in one channel; either there is a wire unplugged or not getting a good contact, or the player is set for mono instead of stereo
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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