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      09-22-2005, 02:34 PM   #1
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Bluetooth volume

Does anyone have problems with volume on there bluetooth phone comming theough the speakers. . My volume doesn't go up with the volume on the steering wheel. It doesn' get loud enough.

Is there a software update.
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sorry, don't have that problem. my volume goes up and down with the steering wheel control.

what kind of phone do you have?
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nope, I have the moto v3 and my bluetooth works fine too. hey Jakob, which part of philly are you from? I haven't seen a e90 in philly yet.
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Mine works fine with the volume controls. The voice commands are not controllable though.
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Sorry I can't help, but the volume works fine with my bluetooth also (Treo 650). What phone do you have and did you try the volume knob on the stereo also?
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My BT volume goes up with both the steering wheel and the volume control on the stereo. Like the OP mentions, it doesn't go up nearly high enough.
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My BT volume goes up with both the steering wheel and the volume control on the stereo. Like the OP mentions, it doesn't go up nearly high enough.

I agree...I have a Treo 650 and when using the bluetooth feature the volume is way too low. With an open window or AC on relatively high, I can barely hear people even when maxing out the volume. :mad:
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Something else you might want to try is adjusting the "headset" volume on your actual phone, since to your phone, its just a bluetooth headset.
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Something else you might want to try is adjusting the "headset" volume on your actual phone, since to your phone, its just a bluetooth headset.
Good point. Set you phone volume high to throw a better signal.
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does anyone know if we can adjust the mic volume so the other end can hear louder??
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Hey arn,

I am from Bucks county pa.

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I guess it would depend on how much the window is open (I normally have mine closed unless I'm going real slow). At freeway speeds and above I have no problem at all hearing people. I don't even have it up all the way. The volume on the phone is turned up all the way, but I don't know if that makes a difference.

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I agree...I have a Treo 650 and when using the bluetooth feature the volume is way too low. With an open window or AC on relatively high, I can barely hear people even when maxing out the volume. :mad:
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