720 and Bluetooth/Phone Speaker Volume

Discussion in 'Bluetooth/Phone Connectivity' started by csavino3, Dec 18, 2007.

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    csavino3

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    OK folks, need some help. I'm a proud 720 owner, but my only gripe is the volume for BT phone calls. It?s high, then low, then high, etc. Both the system volume and the phone volume are set to be as loud as possible. But I can?t help but feel like the phone volume is dynamically affected by the ambient noise. I disabled this for the general sounds, but is there another menu item that turns this off for speakerphone?
     
    csavino3, Dec 18, 2007
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    twister

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    Hey all my friends i called complained that they could not hear me for a buss and i was really faint!( I could hear them ok!
    Purchased 720 2 months ago,
    Happy with unit but thought hands free was total garbage.
    I presumed that the Tom Tom unit was just sh*#house at hands free.
    Purchase another unit for my father inlaw and just for a chuckle thought i would connect my nokia N70.......
    Unbelievable difference chalk and cheese!
    Went back to retailer and said I had this problem and didn't know
    it was just my unit.
    They said I had missed the 14 day change over period
    My serial numbers were m62357b07787
    I thought they would change it over knowing they had a issue!!!
    Unhappy Twister
    South Australia
    PS It has left for TomTom Australia...I get it next year sometime
     
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    Pedro2NR

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    TomTom Model(s):
    GO 910, ONE V2, GO 920 GO 730 & iPad TT App
    go to your volume preference menu page 2 of 8.
    make sure the option 'link volume to noise level' is UNCHECKED.
     
    Pedro2NR, Dec 28, 2007
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