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Re: annoying blue light on volume control.. can it be...
The face plate is easy to take apart, just remove the face plate off the head unit and take the hex screws out and put a piece of tape over the bulb on the system board. Then put it back together again.
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Hi Candice, Does your blue-ray DVD player have volume control as well as your television, I have blue-ray DVD with volume control as well as the television volume control.... I have the television volume turned up full and control the volume through my blue-ray DVD.... Hope this helps... CHEERS...
Turn the unit off by pressing and holding the volume button till it powers down (NOT VIA THE IGNITION SWITCH!) Once off, press and hold the fuction button (located in the top left hand corner near the volume dial) until unit lights up again and a menu appears, near the end of that menu you can change the beep noises to off like volume or when ignition is off but unfortunatly you cannot change the beep for changing track.
You control the volume by the amplifier or receiver that you plugged the tascam into. The only volume control on the tascam appears to be for headphones, the other volume control is for recording gain input.
1. Press and hold the SRC button until "ILL" appears on the display. 2. Press either the up or down switch until "DE" appears on the display. 3. Rotate the volume control until "DE 0" appears on the display. Don't touch the stereo for several seconds after that, so that it accepts the command and goes back to its normal display!
Unlike low-end hi-fi systems where you buy one box that does everything, the CD player you have is part of a component hi-fi system (i.e. you buy your CD player, tuner, amplifer etc. as separate items.) This is why there is no volume control. It needs to be connected to an amplifer. It's on the amp that you will find the volume control and where you connect the speakers. (When you connect it to your television, you are just using that amp in the TV instead.)
The CD player did originally ship with a remote control, but I don't know where you would be able to buy one on its own. You may find the the remote does allow you to alter the output level of the CD player, but you still need to connect it to a proper amp to get it to work.