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1) when watching the same DVD on both screens, disable the FM transmit on one DVD.
2) when watching separate DVDs on each screen, make sure that the frequencies are separate by as big a gap as you can make.
I had this problem and it was due to both screens transmitting on the same FM frequency and interfering with each other.
I also found that the lower FM frequencies stopped my GPS from working!
After altering the FM transmit settings (FM-TX) button on remote, it was all good.
The FT-1802 is a 50 watt 2 meter FM transceiver. It can transmit anywhere between 144 - 148 Mhz (the FM portion) of the 2 meter ham band. It can receive anywhere between 136 - 174 Mhz without any modifications. There is a modification to enable transmit "out of band" below:
There are few details about the results of this mod - typically these provide for transmitting on frequencies outside (above, below or both) of the 2 meter ham band. Transmitting outside of the ham band without a proper license for the frequencies in the U.S. is a violation of FCC rules.
Well, It all kinda depends on how ur trying to hear it. Depening on the age and the model of the dvd player some models have a built in FM Modulator. This transmits the audio signal via your FM radio. Most Fm Modulators are preset out of the box with lower frequencies. Simply pop a disc in ur dvd player, Make sure the volume is up on the dvd system and tune ur radio to the matched setting of the Fm Modulator.
1: Update to latest firmware from tomtom, for Gox20/x30 that is 8.351
2: Make an silent mp3 file and put that onto device
3: Play silent mp3 in loop
4: Send nav instructions over fm to radio... et voila!
Did you check the settings for the sound output? If it is set to FM-receiver, you have to tune your radio to the same frequency as the 760 transmitting frequency. To get sound from 760-device, you must deselect the FM-transmitting feature. (I don´t think this solves your problem. Too obvious.)