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    sound range aw2000 overdone

    Apart from the issues discussed on this forum, I noticed another behavior that I do not understand: the ridiculous sound levels that are "preprogrammed". Only the first say 4 clicks are usefull, all the rest is nice for giving an show in a stadium but way to loud for recidential use. Reducing the range would also allow for a more subtle handling of the sound levels Maybe something to concider for the next firmware?

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    hi marc

    maybe you can try using the volume bar. using the volume bar the interval is smaller.

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    The volume bar? I'd rather stay friends with my neighbours! Seriously, the volume bar is useless. The intervals are way to small. I think someone already proposed a +/- button. The twonky app is even worse in this respect, by the way.

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    Hmm, which speakers you have connected ?
    2 Ohm speakers ?

    I saw this set in the shop, looked fine to me with the speakers they connected.

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    6ohm. Never had problems with these on various receivers and amplifiers.

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    I completely agree that the sound level is much to high and that it is very hard to control (with the button and with the app). I use normal 8 ohm speakers. It is a silly mistake that philips has to correct.

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    +1 and I have 8 Ohms speakers.

    BTW, I like the sound of the AW2000 really good with my B&W speakers.

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    The sound levels and especially the control of it, start to annoy me more and more. In trying to increase the level a tiny bit I by accident woke up the entire neighbourhood. Please make this a number one priority!

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    there are some improvement made, right?
    here is another thread on volume:

    http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...e&goto=newpost

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    Jups, although it is not yet what it should be in my opinion. But, it is much beter now.

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