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Old 07-23-2011, 01:05 PM
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when I have the radio on and the nav when the navigation speaks it does not mute the radio is there a way to mute the radio or raise the volume on the nav
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I believe you click MAIN MENU
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i had the same problem
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thank I will try that
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Yeah, just get into the menu and go to settings.

I didn't care for Nav Bitch's voice so I turned her off and put on chimes. I set the volume high and it's good to go.
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Simply turn up or down the volume on the radio while the NAV is speaking,this will adjust the NAV voice volume only, it's important that you adjust it while it's speaking. This will not affect the radio volume.
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