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Low volume! All works well with the HA90 except that the volume is about half or less, of a CD or FM. I have to "peg" the volume to to the max, to get a clue of the song at 65mph. Help!! (and thanks!)

Posted by Ken Arneson on

  • 05SE2 Nov 20, 2007

    I have the same problem, have tried the a/b switch and new speakers it does help but still cannot distinguish the songs at 70 MPH

  • dennisdddd May 02, 2008

    I have the same low volume problem on my roadteck MP3 player on my 2004 dresser. Any cures????

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Anonymous

Try using a program like MP3 Gain, it's a free download. Analize and filter your files by changing the track settings. It may need to be done and tested on the bike a few times. But I did it for a friend of mine and it worked great. Read the help and get familiar with the program, it really doesn't take too long and it worked!

Posted on May 20, 2008

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Anonymous

Look on the back of the player. You will find an a/b switch on the back of the HA90. It talks about changing the setting if the volume is too low. the switch on mine is behind a rubber boot. Also I just upgraded to the hog tunes speakers in front and that helps too.

Posted on Aug 15, 2007

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Anonymous

You have to open up the unit and change the switch inside from A to B, or visa versa. This will solve your problem. Check HDforums for more info.

Posted on Aug 02, 2007

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