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      04-28-2014, 08:09 AM   #1
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Car "gong" alert noise

Ever since I installed the JL HD 900 amp, the gong noise in my car is too loud. This is the alert sound for things like seat belt, cold weather alert, etc. Can I disable the sound and still keep the alerts on my dash?
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Ever since I installed the JL HD 900 amp, the gong noise in my car is too loud. This is the alert sound for things like seat belt, cold weather alert, etc. Can I disable the sound and still keep the alerts on my dash?
Your gain is set too high.
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Your gain is set too high.
What does that mean exactly? Is this also the reason I get a slight "hissing" noise while on my phone using Blue Tooth?

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I got the gain situation figured out.

Now my question is how is the volume in Bluetooth set or determined?
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while talking on the phone with someone over bluetooth, adjust the radio volume. it will set the phone volume independent of the radio volume.
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^^ this is one of my biggest pet peeves about this car!! It is the same way for the navigation instructions volume. When I first got the car I thought it was broken because the instructions were almost silent. You have to be super quick and adjust the volume while it is talking. Why can't they just have a menu where you can set it?!?!?!

Sorry, rant over. Back to your regularly scheduled thread.
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