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Anybody else have a problem where you are listening to an MP3 (in my case through BT in car) and you do ANYTHING on the phone and the volume drops a couple of notches?

I use Car Home Ultra and there is even a setting to bump media volume to max when you run it, which it does.
Then, when I change albums or take a call or anything, it drops two steps.

Very strange and annoying as hell.
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Wow, 60 views and no one has anything to say?
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Anybody else have a problem where you are listening to an MP3 (in my case through BT in car) and you do ANYTHING on the phone and the volume drops a couple of notches?

I use Car Home Ultra and there is even a setting to bump media volume to max when you run it, which it does.
Then, when I change albums or take a call or anything, it drops two steps.

Very strange and annoying as hell.
I don't really know why that happens? I think its a precaution to where its not on full volume when you do those things so it doesn't blow the speakers.

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