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Satellite Nav Systems
« on: July 03, 2014, 02:35:24 am »
Can someone explan this feature to me please?  I had a zumo gps unit mounted today and am having some difficulty figuring this out.  It seems I can get the GPS, iPhone, Scala G9 and the Trophy all working but it seems a little random.  How do I activate the NAV mode consistently.    I have the iPhone as my media player paired  to the GPS... When I turn the bike over everything seems to pair but the only way I can get the music to come over the speakers is if I go into Bluetooth as the source of the music and it will eventually come on but continue to say searching.  Any ideas?

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Re: Satellite Nav Systems
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2014, 10:32:42 pm »
Hi Scotty... With the Nav system in place if you keep pressing the "M" button  on the left hand switch pod it will scroll through the various audio unit inputs including "Nav"
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Re: Satellite Nav Systems
« Reply #2 on: July 03, 2014, 10:54:10 pm »
Thanks again Cropbiiker.. that is what I thought.  When I scroll using the M button NAV does not come up.. rather NAV will appear when the GPS unit transmits somethign to the bike.. like a direction.  This is why I was confused.  Do you see somethig similiar?

When riding and if listening to music via say, a bluetooth device like an iphone, it will be in Bluetooth Mode.  When the GPS transmits it will stop music and NAV will appear.. this is the only way I see NAV.  I cannot access this mode using the M button. 

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Re: Satellite Nav Systems
« Reply #3 on: July 04, 2014, 06:13:40 am »
I believe that if you have music on the nag unit itself and get that to playback then the Nav option will show up. Basically an input is only selected if there is a signal detected so the GPS must be playing to register as an input to the audio unit. If you have an iPhone then I would have your music on that and connect it to the USB in the glovebox and then have the audio input set to iPod  to get the music,. You can then control it through the pod controls.
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Re: Satellite Nav Systems
« Reply #4 on: July 04, 2014, 09:30:25 am »
Hi Scotty,

It's not clear from your original post - the Trophy audio system is designed for the Garmion Zumo 660,
which has an Audio Out cable on it's harness terminating in a 3.5mm audio jack socket,
that connects to a dedicated 3.5mm Audio jack plug on the Trophy harness,
located below the left mirror pod and buried away under the Fairing.

It is this connection that becomes active when you select "NAV" as the audio source.

Is this the set up that you have ?

If not, and your Sat Nav is connected by Bluetooth to the Trophy as "DEVICE 1",
then you will have to select the Bluetooth symbol as the "Source".

I believe that you then use the touch screen of the Zumo to control Media playback
from the music stored on a memory card within the Zumo device,
and that when listening to that music it should automatically be interupted by the Zumo,
whenever a Navigational instruction is played.

Hope that helps !



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Re: Satellite Nav Systems
« Reply #5 on: July 04, 2014, 01:22:35 pm »
 Hi Coconut... My setup is the is the latter.  The Zumo is wired into the bike and not connected via Bluetooth.  Everything seems to work but one question info have is this..... Folks have been mentioning selecting Sat Nav mode,I  assume using thee Mode Button on the left handlebar pod.  When i cycle through the options I do not see this mode as an option.  Rather, when my gps delivers a command I see NAV pop up on the bike display window at the bottom.  Does this sound correct or should I actually be seeing a sat Nav mode?

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Re: Satellite Nav Systems
« Reply #6 on: July 04, 2014, 01:50:59 pm »
Hi Scotty,

Do you have the Audio System handbook - Page 39 - 40 ?
( If not send me a PM with your email address and I can send you a copy ).

To select the Audio Source :
Press and release the MODE/MENU button ("M")
to cycle through the available input sources or radio wavebands.

The audio system will scroll through in the following order:
( Europe Only - US market has additional options for XM radio etc )
• FM
• MW ( medium wave )
• LW ( long wave)
• USB or iPod
 (iPod will display only if an iPod or iPhone device is connected, otherwise the display will show USB )
• NAV ( only if NAV audio is enabled, see page 39 ) - I think this may be your issue !
• BLUETOOTH AUDIO ( only if BLUETOOTH AUDIO is enabled ( see page 38 )
and a compatible device is paired and active ) ( see page 44).

It may be that NAV audio has not neen enabled in the "ALT SOURCE" section of your Audio Menu :

With the motorcycle stationary and the Ignition "ON" :

1. Press and hold the MODE/MENU button on the audio switch unit until
"RADIO SETTINGS" is highlighted in the display screen.

2. Press and release the SCROLL button until SOURCE SETUP is highlighted.
Press the SELECT button to enter the menu item.

3. Press and release the SCROLL button until the ALT SOURCE is highlighted.
Press the SELECT button to enter the item.

4. Press the SCROLL button up or down to toggle each item on or off
and press the SELECT button to save the setting and move to the next item.

The display needs to say "NAV AUDIO ON"

Exit out of the menus and try it !

The way it should work is :

If you select "NAV" as the Source, the Trophy audio output to either
the built in Speakers, or your Helmet Headset ( depending which is selected in the Menu )
will be the voice instructions from your Sat Nav, and any music that is playing from the Sat Nav device,
with "NAV displayed constantly on the instrument panel display.

If you have another Source selected, e.g. FM Radio, then "FM" ( or the station Frequency )
will be displayed on the instrument panel display.
If your sat Nav device is powered up, and it makes a voice announcement,
this will over-ride the FM radio so you can hear the instruction,
and "NAV" will be displayed on the Instrument Panel.   
The FM radio will then resume with "FM" or station frequency displayed again,
until the next SAT Nav device announcement.

The effect of all this is that if you don't want to listen to any music, or radio, or iPod etc,
and just hear the GPS voice instructions as and when they occur, you can select it as "NAV" on it's own  :028:


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Re: Satellite Nav Systems
« Reply #7 on: July 04, 2014, 02:01:32 pm »
Thanks coconut... I will give this a try and get back to you.  Your knowledge is much appreciated.  Can I fly you over to canada?   :002: