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Pioneer avic n1 car stereo

I had the pioneer avic n1 car stereo installed and it is a nice unit so far. My question is how do I get the ding that accomponies the on screen touch turned down or off. Every time I touch the screen the ding is ear shattering. The Installing store does not know how and the manuel was missing from the box. Any help with this woul be appreciated.

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You can adjust the levels in the setup menus...

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