Question about GPS
Recently retuned tv and now have annoying voice telling what's happening before each scene on coronation street
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
As far as I am aware, Streetpilot C330 doesn't call street names. Check this specifications sheet on garmin's website:
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
What you're hearing is the descriptive audio track included on many DVDs for vision-impaired viewers. Does this happen when you're watching regular TV or just with DVDs? If it happens with regular TV, do you have a cable box?
Regular broadcasting sometimes uses SAP (second audio program) to send additional audio, and this descriptive audio may be the SAP channel on some programs. Check your TV's audio settings to make sure you don't have SAP turned on. There may also be settings for SAP in your cable box as well, so check there too.
When playing a DVD, descriptive audio is usually an alternate audio track. Check your DVD player setting to make sure you've selected normal audio for playback.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Please try this solution first. It sounds like you don't have any TTS (text to speech) voices selected.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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