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MY SPEAKER IS ALSO DEAD, SO WHAT I DO IS USE MY MP3 CORD AND THE HEADPHONE JACK AND SEND THE SOUND THRU MY CAR SPEAKERS, I ALSO USE THE CASSETTE MP3 ADAPTER IN A OLDER CAR I HAVE WITH A CASSETTE DECK. DOES TOMTOM HAVE THESE PROBLEMS? I LOVE GARMIN, I THINK I AM READY TO BUY A NUVI 765T.

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Mcdevito75 here, You can try to go into settings on your Garmin GPS and make sure the volume is on or high enough for you to hear thru your GPS itself.

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If you're relying on the internal GPS speaker(s) to reproduce the sound, those tiny speakers will not be able to create the deep bass that you're used to hearing through your car or home stereo.

A better way would be to use the headphone jack to supply the input of an FM stereo transmitter, and then tuning the car radio to the same frequency of the transmitter. You can use the headphone jack to send the sound signals to a cassette adapter or even a line input jack on your stereo instead of the transmitter if you prefer.. it all depends on what you have that accepts a signal - in this case FM radio, cassette player, or auxiliary input on the stereo. Of course, you could also use a headphone - but that would probably get you a ticket as most places have laws prohibiting their use while driving.

I hope this helps & good luck. Please rate my reply. Thank you.

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