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    Volume is lower when external player is connected via AUX-IN to my Philips speaker

    Published on 2017-07-17

    Yes. This is normal. This is because of the volume output limitation of the MP3 player or mobile phone. This limitation is designed to protect your hearing when you listen to music from the MP3 player or mobile phone using an earphone.

    The information on this page applies to the following models: SB300B/37 , BT6000C/37 , BT6000W/37 , BT6000R/37 , BT2200BF/27 , BT2200W/27 , BT2200R/27 , SB365B/37 , BT3080B/37 , BT4080B/37 , BT2000A/37 , BT2000B/37 , BT2000R/37 , BT6000B/37 , BT2200B/27 , BT2500B/37 , BT3500B/37 , SB365/37 , SB2000P/37 , SB5200B/37 , SB5200P/37 , SB2000A/37 , SB2000B/37 , SB7210/37 , SB7300/37 , SB7260/37 , SB7220/37 , SB7100/37 , SB7200/37 . Click here to show more product numbers Click here to show less product numbers

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