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  • dougjanmaure May 02, 2008

    durabrand HM3817DT

  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Hi dougjanmaure

    Hoping that you can answer a
    couple of questions for me about you're problem.






    What make and model are you using?






    I can have a look into the problem for
    you if you get back to me. with those details.

    regards
    Robotek

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Hi Douganmaure

Unfortunatly, you are not the only one with this problem. The unit defaults to a vol setting of 17 when you turn it on. This is seems to be too loud for most people. There is not a solution to this, as this is the way the unit is designed. see what other users of this gear have found.

http://www.fixya.com/support/t205435-frustrated_sound_lower

The only real solution it would seem it to leave the unit in aux position when you switch it off, and then adjust the vol accordingly once it has fired up again, then reselect the tuner function. Sorry its not a solve for you, but it is all that can be done.

regards
robotek

Posted on May 05, 2008

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