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Alright, the MP335 doesn't actually have a "loud" option, It does have
Bass Boost settings, which you control by the B.BOOST button on the bottom row of buttons. If I remember correctly there should be 3
settings of bass boost. I hope this helped.
this may sound funny, but it worked in my car, put a foam sleeve around it- so that the unit it sitting on the foam and not "hanging" there, the steadiness of the unit will help it not skip. you may even use the floral foam arrangement blocks cut down to size.
This is a wild guess but I would wager that the Bluetooth adapter is somehow being fooled into thinking you have an incoming cellular call 9the radio mutes when you get calls...). Now, the question is: What's causing it to trigger? To see if i'm correct, unplug the Bluetooth adapter and see if the problem goes away.