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Old 09-06-2006, 01:14 AM
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I fiddled and screwed and worked with this today for over an hour. There isn't anything I can do to make the volume louder. Someone must have an idea for me????

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If you are feeling computer confident, you may need to edit the phone's Bluetooth gain setting. Basically, there are some internal settings on a phone that control a number of things on the phone. Do a search on Motorola SEEM editing and gain, and you will see what is involved. You essentially have to hack the phone.

Also, www.bimmernav.com has an amp for the BT speaker output. That is another possible try.
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I fiddled and screwed and worked with this today for over an hour. There isn't anything I can do to make the volume louder. Someone must have an idea for me????

Joe Clark
I can adjust my volume using the volume controls on the steering wheel during a call only. Try it!
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I've tried turning up the volume during the call, it doesn't seem to make too much diff.

Also, I'm familiar w/ moto software and somewhat familiar w/ seem editing, do you have a specific link to what I'm supposed to be doing?
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Old 09-07-2006, 03:21 PM
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Also, I'm familiar w/ moto software and somewhat familiar w/ seem editing, do you have a specific link to what I'm supposed to be doing?
The best place to start is Howard Forums www.howardforums.com.

I found a thread on the SEEM edits to increase Bluetooth headset volume here:
www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?t=757383

You just need to find the offset table for the L7, and you are in business.
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jrcmlc,

I just installed BT (9th generation) on mine and I am experiencing the same things: 1. only driver side speaker 2. low volume-hard to hear on freeway. Is there some setting to activate bothe front speakers?
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