The maps works great, they give me step by step but, can't hear the voice prompts. I checked the volume levels and they are all on high. Not sure what is going on but, would appreciate any information on how to resolve this issue.
"This error is most likely caused because the voice files need to be reloaded onto the iQue. Insert the iQue setup disk and select 'Install Software'. Then select 'Change voice'. Then select the voice to be installed on the device. When the voice files are finished installing, perform a Hotsync. The voice guidance files will then be restored to the unit and the voice prompts should work correctly."
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Set the voice input level on the voicelive2 by following this guide from the live 2 manual...
Step 4: Set Mic Level
This step informs VoiceLive 2 how loud you plan to
sing with your particular mic. We'll use VoiceLive 2's
automatic MIC GAIN feature to quickly set the optimum
1. Press and hold the REVERB footswitch
2. If you need to activate phantom power for your
condenser mic, adjust the onscreen PHANTOM
parameter which will restart the level test
2. Sing for five seconds with peaks that are as loud as
you plan to sing
3. Follow the prompts in the display to finalize mic
level setting, cancel or redo the procedure
During performance, if you see the CLIP indicator light
in the HOME screen, you can return to the automatic MIC GAIN feature to adjust the input level.
When input level is set on the voice live ;
on the mixer set the gain control to 12 o'clock position and
individual channel volume level to 7 ....raise the master volume
slider to hear mic input at desired level and without feedback
Check your audio options on the GPS. Sometimes the volume can be muted or the voice can be disabled through the audio settings. To do this, you will probably need to power on the device, look for an options screen, and then search for the "audio" or "volume" settings. Once you reach this screen, check if the volume is set to 0 or mute. If so, turn the volume up to a comfortable level. If the volume is already set up high, check the settings to see if "voice" is enabled or disabled. If disabled, then switch to enabled and you should be good to go. Let me know if you need anything else.
If you are no longer getting the voice guidance from your gps, then you need to check if the volume is on the highest or lowest. There is no mute button on the gps, it is when the volume is at the lowest it seems muted. Ensure the volume is turned up by adjusting the scroll whell that is by the right hand side of the unit.
If that does not help, then you check the language settings in the unit.
Verify that the voice is enabled, by following these steps:
from the 'where to? view map' screen, touch 'tools',
Next to 'voice language' you will see 'jill' listed in the blue box on the right (if so the unit should be ready to use)
If you do not see a 'voice' listed in the blue box, touch on the blue box,
It is possible to turn up the voice level...but you have to be willing to hack the voice file a wee bit with a hex editor.
Just Open the .vpm file you want to modify in the hex editor, and search for "<voice_volume>96</voice_volume>" without the quotation marks...and change the numerical value - I have Australian Karen cranked up to 96. This makes the sound level of the voice prompts comparable to the MP3 level when I hook my Nuvi350 into my vehicle's sound system via the added line input that takes the place of the non-existent CD changer. Before I did this, when I played MP3s at a comfotable listening level, the voice prompts were too quiet. Now, they're comparable.