Originally Posted by FAUEE
This worries me.
That means I'm just losing my damn mind and the volume differences I think I'm hearing aren't real.
They are real. The stock systems have speed-sensitive volume control built in. I have spoken to U-Connect as well as the dealership. There is no known way of disabling this feature. I would love to be proven wrong.
As it stands, the only way to disable this feature is to replace the stock head unit with an aftermarket head unit.
I don't know if this was merely an oversight on Chrysler's part, but the fact that the "consumer" (as U-Connect referred to me as) is locked out of adjusting this feature is completely absurd.
I was so close to getting a second Cherokee for my wife next month. For this reason, I will be getting something else.