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    Bluetooth volume
    on: Feb 06, 2019, 09.49 am
    Feb 06, 2019, 09.49 am
    I searched the forum and can now see why I can't increase the volume on the audio when using headsets, only when using speakers. Bit of a pain really as the tracks I put on the memory stick just aren't loud enough. However, I tried a free software package called "MP3 Volumer". It's quite good because a) It's free b) it works.  You can increase the volume of the stored MP3 track then save it as a new file.  Just thought I'd mention it in case others are looking for a solution to this issue.
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    Re: Bluetooth volume
    Reply #1 on: Feb 06, 2019, 01.38 pm
    Feb 06, 2019, 01.38 pm
    many of the headsets have the ability to set the volume level for each source individually.  i.e. intercom, phone, audio in, gps.  The overall volume level is managed by the volume control on the headset.  The radio is mearly sending out a level out signal of whatever is playing.  The mp3 volume software will work, but may prove too loud if you plug the usb memory stick into some other player.  Look for the volume setting in the headset manual or software.

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    Re: Bluetooth volume
    Reply #2 on: Feb 06, 2019, 02.33 pm
    Feb 06, 2019, 02.33 pm
    I think the AVC on the Trophy works for headsets as well as the speakers to increase the volume with three settings, low, medium, and high.  I'll give a look at the audio book later today to check on that.
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    Re: Bluetooth volume
    Reply #3 on: Feb 06, 2019, 03.15 pm
    Feb 06, 2019, 03.15 pm
    If I play the music on my phone through the bluetooth system in the car or the bike, if the volume is low on the phone, it will play at a low volume in the car or bike.

    So you finish up with the volume setting on the car or bike very high, so I have the volume on the phone turned up and the volume in the car or the bike in the normal range. I have not had a problem with the volume of the music on my memory stick, that I'm aware of.

    I run my music from my phone, memory stick and the radio through a Scalarider Q1 system, this has a volume control as well, and can be pre set using the computer.

    As an aside I also wear earplugs and have no problems hearing music, sat nav instructions or my better half telling me to stop speeding.   :745:

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    Re: Bluetooth volume
    Reply #4 on: Feb 07, 2019, 02.53 am
    Feb 07, 2019, 02.53 am
    The volume controls on the TT only affect the volume on the onboard speakers.

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    Re: Bluetooth volume
    Reply #5 on: Feb 07, 2019, 09.17 am
    Feb 07, 2019, 09.17 am
    Maybe I wasn't clear but that's what I said at the outset  :001:
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    Re: Bluetooth volume
    Reply #6 on: Feb 07, 2019, 11.59 am
    Feb 07, 2019, 11.59 am
    *Originally Posted by PhilInAthens [+]
    The volume controls on the TT only affect the volume on the onboard speakers.

    I have my phone linked to my bike and my bike linked to my headset and I have volume control and AVC selection available.  Now having stated that, a couple of things...  The volume range is limited but noticeable, from mute to maximum volume.  However, unlike with bike speaker use, there is no volume indication on the instrument panel.  Forward and reverse controls, along with the volume, work when streaming music.  Directions from google maps are also heard and override the music.
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    Re: Bluetooth volume
    Reply #7 on: Feb 07, 2019, 03.20 pm
    Feb 07, 2019, 03.20 pm
    Which headset.  I think a Cardo is the only headset made that allows volume control of the Trophy's audio to the headset.  That's been the experience with members that have them in another thread.
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