Question about Garmin Nuvi 660 GPS Receiver
I'm a new 660 owner and very impressed except with bluetooth functionality. The caller gets high level of his/her own voice during a call. I've done tests: Echo is much worse if I route the Garmin audio output to my car speakers via the 660's FM transmitter. The echo stays with the caller even if I turn the car radio off (i.e. the echo is not caused by mic-loudspeaker feedback) The echo is less if I use the 660 internal speaker. If I google "garmin bluetooth echo" there are many similar reports, with some sources saying using an external mic is the answer. But I don't have one at the moment.
I phoned garmin support today, using the 660, so he could hear the echo. He agreed it was bad, and said he would inform his supervisor, but also sent me a new file to replace the existing one in the remotesw folder in the garmin folder. But the file is the same size and same name as the existing. Should I go for it? I notice other users have trouble as soon as they mess with the files on nuvi.
Because this GPS was manufactured really bad is why that happens.
Before its too late I'd get a refund right NOW!
You are 1 of 5 other 660 GPS problems.
The only GPS problems are the same 660s
Hope this helps - Josh
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
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