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I would like to know if there is a way to reduce the minimum sound volume to less than the current factory setting?

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  • klarson856 Dec 30, 2010

    Original question:"I would like to know if there is a way to reduce the minimum sound volume to less than the current factory setting?"
    Follow up: Is it possible to add an "inline volume control" (between reciever and cable jack) to my ear buds?

  • klarson856 Jan 02, 2011

    I was surprised that I ended up finding the "best" solution through my own research and advise from my local Radio Shack on Thursday (12/30/10). Instead of paying $50+ on a set of volume controling headsets (and no options on earbuds) they provided me a very simple alternative ... an 8" listening device extension cord that included an "inline" volume control all for the most reasonable "fix" of $8.99.



    Thus, my thanks has to go to Radio Shack.

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The sound is only controlable with the remote or the volume controls on the unit, or if your running it through the car speakers you can adjust the radio volume. There are no other volume controls that are not factory set. You can contact their support team and maybe you have a defective unit if you aren't able to reduce the volume. If using headphone you need the ones with a seperate volume control to reduce the volume below factory settings.
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Posted on Dec 31, 2010

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    Dcramer531 Jan 03, 2011

    I Am glad your problem is fixed, I wouldn't pay $50.00 for head phones either, A got mine for around $15.00. I had an old pair of radio shack headphones with the inline volume control that I had paid around $30.00 before. I only wish they would have had that inline volume control then! I appreciate your interest in Fix Ya and I have to thank you for letting me know that they have this at Radio shack. I can't possibly keep up with every item in every store.

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Hi, it is not possible to reduce the sound volume less than the original factory settings except you want to change the whole control board of the receiver where the sound i.c is located and that will be as good as getting a brand new receiver...

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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    Tunde Autos Dec 30, 2010

    Hi, a in-line volume control on a headphone cable won't make the headphones any louder. It will only control the volume. If you want the headphones to be louder you could get a headphone amp (they usually have there own volume control) and use that more efficiently.

    I use a audio device with a higher output, so I only use a In-line volume control to lower the volume into the recording device.

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