I drove my folks '03 Grand Am a couple times over the last month... I noticed that when you get going to highway speed, the radio volume automatically increases to overcome the increased RPM and road/wind noise. When you slow down, the volume lowers back to its original volume. Amazing! Anyone know how this works? Is it a feature or sensor that can be added to any head unit? Maybe this is a common feature, and I'm just behind the times. I would *definitely* like it in my Aurora.
Post by stevensolds on Dec 16, 2004 17:54:41 GMT -6
jim u know whats funny i sort of have that in my car. lol. i think its a short though, hehe. one time i was sitting ni wendys line waiting for like 10 morons in front of me and the radio went to full blast. Thats what did me speakers in. they are all static now. I still cant get my Rockford Fosgate package i bought nistalled yet because the guy wont be back til february
1995 Classic Red over Tan, 96,000 miles, 15.855 @ 88.19 - Retired Razzi Ground Effects, Crime Guard 745.i4 Security System, Dynomax Super Turbo mufflers, Rear Spoiler, 35% Tint, Panasonic HU, Polk front 6 3/4" components & infinity kappa rear 6x9's powered by a Kicker KX350.4
Call me crazy, but I coulda swore when I depressed both the hr and the min buttons on my stereo, the volume decreased and then increased when I lifted my fingers off....I know it sounds daft, but I have to try it again