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    navigation voice over the speakers
    on: Mar 05, 2020, 05.32 pm
    Mar 05, 2020, 05.32 pm
    If I have the radio on, the voice of the zumo 660 sounds through the speakers of the radio.
    I am not interested in the instructions of the lady, I just look on the screen.
    All kind of things I have tried, specially blue tooth shut off.
    However the lady does not want to stop bothering me with her voice over.
    Probably it must be quite simple to shut her down, but my knowledge of electronics is not too well.
    Is there anyone in the forum who can help me with the problem.
    In my opinion a radio is only for music, if I want to hear a lady talk I can better stay at home!

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    Re: navigation voice over the speakers
    Reply #1 on: Mar 05, 2020, 06.25 pm
    Mar 05, 2020, 06.25 pm
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    That lady doesn't want you to sleep while driving.
    Only motorcyclists know why dogs stick their head out the car window.


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    Re: navigation voice over the speakers
    Reply #2 on: Mar 05, 2020, 06.30 pm
    Mar 05, 2020, 06.30 pm
    JUST PRESS AND HOLD THE POWER SWITCH YOU CAN A JUST THE LIGHTING AND SET THE MUTE.

    If i had another way to make her stop taking I'd have to sell that one. :745:
    I must be going too fast for too long evey time i get back i'm younger!!

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    Re: navigation voice over the speakers
    Reply #3 on: Mar 05, 2020, 06.30 pm
    Mar 05, 2020, 06.30 pm
    I don't know how Garmin Zumo 660 works. I carry the TomTom.

    I suppose that if you completely cancel the Garmin Zumo 660 volume, the lady will stop talking.
    Only motorcyclists know why dogs stick their head out the car window.


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    Re: navigation voice over the speakers
    Reply #4 on: Mar 05, 2020, 09.26 pm
    Mar 05, 2020, 09.26 pm
    This is happening because the Audio Output of the Garmin 660
    is plugged into the Trophy Audio System NAV Audio connector,
    and NAV AUDIO is enabled in the Trophy Radio Settings Menu.

    Whenever Audio is present on that NAV connection,
    such as when a voice instruction is announced,
    it will over-ride all other Audio being played - that is the way it is designed.

    There are a few ways to stop it :

    1.  Physically unplug the connection ( buried away below and behind the left mirror pod ), or
    2.  You may be able to go into the Garmin Menu and turn the Master Volume all the way down to "0"
    3.  Disable NAV Audio in the Menu :

    • Press and Hold "M" to enter the Radio Settings Menu
    • Scroll to "SOURCE SETUP"
    • Press "i"
    • Scroll to"ALT SOURCES"
    • Press "i"
    • You should now be at the "NAV AUDIO" Menu, which will show "ON"
    • Scroll to change "NAV AUDIO" to "OFF"
    • Press "i"
    • You should now be at the Bluetooth Audio Menu
    • Use the Scroll buttons to select Bluetooth Audio ON or OFF as required
    • Press "i" to return the the SOURCE SETUP Menu
    • Scroll to EXIT
    • Press "i" to return to the RADIO SETTINGS Menu
    • Press "i" to Exit the Menu

    Cheers  :821:



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    Re: navigation voice over the speakers
    Reply #5 on: Mar 06, 2020, 12.59 pm
    Mar 06, 2020, 12.59 pm
    Thanks everyone.
    The answer by Coconut is the most complete I think and it gives me the best confidence.
    Therefore that will be the procedure I am goiing to follow.
    If it succeeds I will come back in this forum

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    Re: navigation voice over the speakers
    Reply #6 on: Mar 06, 2020, 05.26 pm
    Mar 06, 2020, 05.26 pm
    You Have a 660 all you have to do is when it's on tap the power (top Right) and turn on mute.
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/5o6oxN42XXw8wKYq6
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    Re: navigation voice over the speakers
    Reply #7 on: Mar 06, 2020, 05.59 pm
    Mar 06, 2020, 05.59 pm
    That method from AVI.INC would appear to be the easiest way of doing it  :028:

    ( ... and is what was meant by my suggestion No. 2, though not having a 660
    to hand I couldn't advise on the actual process  :038: ).



     



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