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Strange things happen when pairing Scala Rider to the TT
« on: June 01, 2016, 12:32:07 pm »
Recently I experienced something strange when pairing my own Scala Rider G9 and my wife`s Scala rider to the TT. When the ignition is turned off, I can communicate with my wife`s Scala by pressing A on the unit. BUT, as soon as I turn on the ignition, all communication is lost. When I press A or B, these buttons only increases the volume on the music (I-pod Connected to the bike via the USB in the glove compartment)
I am seriously puzzled, this came out of the blue, since everything worked the last time we took a ride. I thought it had something to do With installing a New Zumo 590, but turning the GPS on or off makes no difference.

Suggestions anyone. Music, GPS instructions still work. :440:

The GPS is hardwired to the bike.

Would appreciate any help. Going for a long ride this weekend.

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Re: Strange things happen when pairing Scala Rider to the TT
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2016, 02:13:31 pm »
I suspect this is because of changing the priorities as explained in your other post
and which you said you had done !

If you have set A2DP as a Higher priority than your Intercom,
which was the suggested work around for what you wanted,
i.e. so the Intercom would not interrupt the Trophy GPS instructions,
then as soon as you turn the Trophy Ignition ON, it will connect to your Sena,
and if the radio is ON or other music source playing,
it will not let you hear the Intercom !

As explained in your other post :
"The downside is that if you change the priorities as suggested,
and have the Trophy Radio or iPod etc playing,
then you won't hear any Intercom calls "

To turn the radio OFF press the volume control switch
all the way down, then past "Mute" to "OFF" !

See if that works !  :028:

« Last Edit: June 01, 2016, 02:22:39 pm by Coconut »

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Re: Strange things happen when pairing Scala Rider to the TT
« Reply #2 on: June 01, 2016, 02:29:14 pm »
Once again you come to the rescue, Coconut! I thought I had fixed the priority back to intercom having the highest priority. I will check again. I suspect this might be the problem.
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Re: Strange things happen when pairing Scala Rider to the TT
« Reply #3 on: June 01, 2016, 02:36:42 pm »
BTW which settings should I use for the Alt. Sources in the audio menu? NAV On or Off or bluetooth NAV On or Off. Found something about this in the audio manual, but can't figure it out.
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Re: Strange things happen when pairing Scala Rider to the TT
« Reply #4 on: June 01, 2016, 03:34:39 pm »
With NAV AUDIO set to OFF, you will still hear Sat Nav voice announcements,
which will interrupt other Sources that are playing, such as FM Radio,
and "NAV" will appear in the Instrument Panel display
for the duration of the Sat Nav voice instruction.

In the ALT SOURCE Menu you can Select NAV AUDIO ON,
and "NAV" will appear in the list of available Sources,
allowing you to select NAV ( i.e. the Hard wired connection of your Sat Nav
to the Trophy Sat Nav Audio connector ).

In your scenario of wanting to ensure you hear the Sat Nav
when you have an Intercom connection to other riders or a pillion,
and have changed the Sena priorities so the Intercom doesn't interrupt you Sat Nav,
you should select NAV as your Audio source to ensure that the Trophy Radio isn't playing,
which would then inhibit all Intercom calls.

Many Sat Nav devices also have a built in Music player, so if you have music on your Sat Nav,
enabling NAV AUDIO ( ON ), would allow you to select NAV from the Trophy Audio Source list,
and then play your music from your Sat Nav controls, which you will then hear in your Headset.
( Noting that just like any other Audio playing it will inhibit Intercom communications
if you have the Sena priority set up as mentioned previously ).

If you have a device that can stream audio by Bluetooth,
that you have paired to the Trophy as DEVICE 2,
then you should turn BLUETOOOTH AUDIO to ON,
and you can then select "BT" as the Audio Source and listen to the music on your device.

If you have an iPhone that you have connected by Bluetooth to the Trophy as DEVICE 2,
and you also connect it into the Glove Box USB port, ( which keeps it charged ),
then the USB connection will also recognise the iPod built into your iPhone,
and this will be accessible as "iPod" to select from the Source list,
so in that scenario I would turn Bluetooth Audio to OFF.

...... would all be lost without you, my friend👍
Maybe - If you left your Sat Nav behind !  :745:

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Re: Strange things happen when pairing Scala Rider to the TT
« Reply #5 on: June 01, 2016, 06:07:15 pm »
Well, I could leave it behind and still find my way - still have maps:-)
Anyway, problem solved. It seemed that I thought I had fixed the priorities on each Scala Rider set, but obviously hadn`t. :430:

Everything works as it should.

You really are an Oracle!!!

Thanks a million! :047:
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