NO VOLUME CONTROL WHEN I USE CD PLAYER BUT IS OK WHEN USING ONLY RADIO
I AM PUTTING A SONY CDXMP40 CD RADIO IN MY CAR AND A SONY CDXT69 MULTI DISC PLAYER BIT WHEN I USE CD I FIND I HAVE NO VOLUME CONTROL [I HAVE LOW VOLUME OR ON TRYING TO INCREASE VOLUME IT GOES TO FULL NOTHING IN BETWEEN ] THESE ARE COMPATIBLE UNITS ACCORDING TO SONY
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To set the clock, please follow the following steps
#1 Press and hold the "SRC/OFF" button on your Pioneer car CD player until the unit powers down. Note that the "SRC/OFF" button is located on the top left of the Pioneer car CD player. #2 Press and hold the multi-control knob, located on the left side of the CD player. Hold the multi-control knob until the words "Clock Set" appear on the CD player's display. #3 Turn the multi-control knob until the words "Clock Set" are highlighted. Press the multi-control knob on your Pioneer car CD player to enter the clock setting mode. #4 Turn the multi-control knob to highlight the "Hours" option. Press and hold the multi-control knob until the hours-place digits begin to flash. Rotate the multi-control knob until the desired value is displayed. Press the multi-control knob on your Pioneer car CD player to save your changes. #5 Turn the multi-control knob to highlight the "Minutes" option. Hold the multi-control knob until the minutes-place digits begin to flash. Rotate the multi-control knob until the desired minutes value is displayed. Press the multi-control knob to save your changes and end the clock-setting process.
The player doesn't like the brand of CDR your playing. Try using just a
CD burner instead of a combo CD/DVD burner.
Also use Verbatim Pastel brand, because the player recognizes these
discs easier. Also, it wouldn't hurt for you to run a commercial disc
laser cleaner through this thing to clean the optical lens. Burn music
using Nero software because its
easy and the best.
press and hold the volume control dial. when a menu appears press the volume control button until clock adj appears. then press seek to change from hours to minutes. to adjust the hours and minutes just rotate the volume control dial