Option to link volume to speed on Go 500


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Hi,
Sorry if this has already been asked and answered but I am new to this and couldn't find anything.
Does anyone know if you have the option to link volume to speed on the Go 500? I have just bought it and taken it for a test run and the volume is OK if you are travelling very slowly or without the radio on but as you are travelling faster with more road noise I can hardly hear the instructions. A great pity as I like it apart from that but this could be a return if I can't find a way to make it louder:-(
 
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Arno

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Strictly manual.
That said, it isn't as bad as any other adjustments.
I tap on the bottom LH Menu button and the volume slider is sohwn at the bottom.
Drag to right then tap top RH Drive Screen button and carry on.
 
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<img src="/styles/default/custom/flags/gb.png" alt="United Kingdom" /> United Kingdom
TomTom Model(s)
Go 500
Strictly manual.
That said, it isn't as bad as any other adjustments.
I tap on the bottom LH Menu button and the volume slider is sohwn at the bottom.
Drag to right then tap top RH Drive Screen button and carry on.
Hi, thanks for answering. I knew I could adjust the volume but I already had it set to 100% and still couldn't hear it over the road noise:-( I have now returned it and will go back to my trusty Tomtom XL.
 
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canderson

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GO720, GO740TM Live, GO 1535 Live, Via 1535, Via 1605, GO 52, GO 600, GO 620, GO 630, TomTom Bridge
That really surprises me. I have the GO 600, and it's plenty loud!
 

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