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Re: Stereo volume problem
You could try resetting to factory defaults. To locate the reset button, turn the main unit around and look at the back. The reset button should be at the bottom left.
First turn the unit on, then use a paper clip or something similar (because the button is very small) to hold the button in for 10 seconds and then let go. See if this solves the problem. If not, try the same thing but start with the unit off before pressing the reset.
If it still doesn't work, I don't think there's anything you can do...the unit might just come that way (particularly given that others have complained of the same problem!)
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SEEMS LIKE YOU ARE TRYING TO PLUG INTO THE HEADPHONES JACK AT THE FRONT ! NO GOOD . YOU NEED TO HAVE STEREO ON. AND USE AUX. TO DO THIS pLUG IN YOUR MP3 PLAYER WITH 3.5 STEREO JACK OTHER END BACK OF STEREO INTO AUX. RED AND WHITE RCA PLUGS. THIS LEAD COSTS LESS THAN $7.00 AND THE SOUND IS VERY LOUD THEN. ! I DID IT MYSELF AND AM HAPPY WITH IT .
Make sure that Loudness switch is turned off & bass is not boasted up. Most cars have small cheap speakers that can't handle the bass. also its better to cut the low frequency from the woofer using a passive or active crossover. Most nowadays head units have got some sort of built in crossover. Refer to your head unit manual.
Protect is a safety feature so that you do not blow your speakers. However with it hooked up with the computer you may have surpassed the max output. If it still does this with out going through the computer, it has been damaged.
I sent a note to the manufacturer. Communication attached below.
We thank you for your interest in GPX and our products. We apologize, but the volume level on the unit is a factory setting that we are not able to override or alter.
Once again, we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
GPX Consumer Service