Hi. I think that your problem is the sound IC which is located in the back of your stereo and it's mounted with heater sink.It is hard for you to replace it unless you are a technician.Find any friend of yours who can do it because going to a service shop will cost you.
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I am going to assume you are making a standard DVD-Video disk, since the other format takes more specialized and much less common software.
One likely possibility is that you have authored your disks with mpeg audio rather than Digital Dolby (AC3) or linear PCM (LPCM) audio format. MPEG format audio is commonly used in home DVD authoring but is seldom if ever found on commercial disks.
my guess is that your car player isnt set to properly decode mpeg audio disks. I would suggest you go through the menus / owner instructions for your car player and find the menu setting which allows your car player to play back mpeg (rather than Digital Dolby or LPCM) audio, and your disks should then play fine in the car.
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i really hate that feature of that radio.. there is a volume set feature that allows you to set the volume to come at a certain level. you set it by
1. turning on the radio
2. adjusting the volume to the level you want
3. then pushing and holding the volume knob in until it beeps or for a few seconds.
then test it.. turn the volume up. then turn the until off, then back on and see if it went to where you set it.
I read another post that says that if turn on the unit and set the volume where you want it at startup, and then press in the volume knob until you hear it beep, that locks in the current volume as the startup volume. I just read this, so I haven't tried it myself yet. Good luck!
turn the volume level to what you want, when you still see the yellow
level on the screen, press and hold the volume button till you hear two
fast beeps, this will be the level you deck will start of at every time
you turn it on
customer support suggested this: Turn the volume control, and while the yellow speaker icon is still visible, press and hold the volume control until you here a double beep. This confirms the new volume setting.