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Garmin 595LM
« on: March 11, 2016, 07:15:07 am »
I'm planning on changing my Zumo660 for a Zumo595, just because I'm getting a new TTSE and my 660 is getting a bit long in the tooth.

I currently run my stuff as advertised in the instruction manual.  That is, Zumo hard wired to bike.  Helmet Bluetooth to bike, iPhone6 Bluetooth to bike.  Which all works well, as advertised, which means there is no easy way to dial out.  I understand all the safety issues and the fact that setting up the bike this way helps Triumph sleep at night in the knowledge that their system has not distracted me from my main task of controlling the monster between my legs.

I try to be responsible and take responsibility for my actions and I'd rather use the many functions that my iPhone 6 and my soon to be Zumo595 can do together.

If you are with me so far then my question is:

If I pair my phone to the zumo and not to the bike (but still have my helmet paired to the bike) when I toggle to NAV on the TTSE system will it all work?

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Re: Garmin 595LM
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2016, 03:07:06 pm »
My attempts to pair the phone to the GPS and then hardwire the GPS to the bike did not work. It appears that the helmet microphone does not get transmitted back to the GPS and thus back to the phone.
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Re: Garmin 595LM
« Reply #2 on: March 11, 2016, 03:48:48 pm »
*Originally Posted by azgman [+]
My attempts to pair the phone to the GPS and then hardwire the GPS to the bike did not work. It appears that the helmet microphone does not get transmitted back to the GPS and thus back to the phone.

There's no MIC OUT connection on the bike to connect to the MIC IN on the wiring harness on the Garmin, so yeah, there's no way to push the headset mic to the Garmin when your headset is Bluetooth connected to the bike only.

HOWEVER, you should be able to Bluetooth connect your Garmin to your headset, and the Garmin to your phone. If you have a Sena headset, you should ALSO be able to connect the headset to the bike at the same time since it permits two media device connections. This setup frees up the second headset connection on the bike, allowing your pillion to connect and listen to whatever you're listening to on the bike's audio system (if that's something you care about).
« Last Edit: March 11, 2016, 03:51:51 pm by AZBob »
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Re: Garmin 595LM
« Reply #3 on: March 11, 2016, 05:28:59 pm »
Hi Dave, I have the 590LM which is basically the same. I have an iPod in the glovebox connected to the USB port for music. I have the 590 music out connected to the TTSE for directions. I have a speaker splice that takes the output to my autocom logic L1 unit. I then have an iPhone which is Bluetooth connected to the 590. This gives me full access to phone book and allows me to dial out from the 590 screen when safe to do so. It also gives you quick dial access to last 4 used numbers which I often find is all I need. The 590 is then Bluetooth connected to the autocom unit for the telephone conversations. Called display for incoming also comes up on the 590 screen.

I can fully recommend this configuration and it works seamlessly.

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Re: Garmin 595LM
« Reply #4 on: May 02, 2016, 04:09:05 pm »
GarminDave what headset are you using?

My suggestion would be to pair your phone to the new GPS, the GPS directly to your helmet, and the Bike to your headset as the second audio source (if your headset supports that).

The new Garmins control the phone including music much better then the previous Zumo's did.
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Re: Garmin 595LM
« Reply #5 on: May 02, 2016, 04:50:09 pm »
GarminDave,

I do not use the Trophy electronics at all.  Although my Garmin 660 is wired into the bike via the standard mount, I pair my helmet and my phone to the Garmin.  All of my music is on the Garmin and my phone can receive calls through it, and let me call out through it.  The only drawback is not being able to select music through the grip switches, you must poke the Garmin.  I have found it to provide the best clarity and no blue tooth issues.

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Re: Garmin 595LM
« Reply #6 on: May 02, 2016, 09:12:53 pm »
I just bought a Scala PACKTALK.

Now I have:

iPhone 6 Bluetooth to Zumo 595LM
PACKTALK paired to Zumo 595LM

Don't use TTSE system at all. I now have a fantastic system where I can phone, listen to texts. Get weather and live traffic updates, also good radio on voice control.

So far so good.

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