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The garmin 750 will not speak street names.

The unit will tell you when to turn, but it will not announce the street name. Help!

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You don't have a TTS (TEXT To SPEECH) voice selected. Please see this link:


http://www.sharc.net/discus/messages/6/74.html?1269626536


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Posted on Apr 27, 2010

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How do make the gps announce the street name to


Neither the Nuvi 250W nor the Nuvi 205W have Text to Speech (which is the feature that allows the unit to speak the street names), so you cannot make yours speak street names. I'm sorry.

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My garmin 750 doesn't identify the streets that i should be turning at.Just tells me distance when to turn.


Do you mean it is not speaking the street names? Have you selected a voice that uses the Text-to-speach (TTS) feature? From the main screen press, "Tools", then "Settings", then "Language." Next to the voices that will speak street names, you will see the (TTS) designation. Press one of these and the unit should tell you the street names.

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How do I get voice announcements on my Garmin nuvi 750 GPS?


Try resetting the unit Tools > setting> restore> yes Did that work?
Also if not already update the software from the website http://www8.garmin.com/products/webupdater/howtoinstall.jsp Manual at http://www8.garmin.com/manuals/nuvi750-GPS-Atl_OwnersManual.pdf If al else fails you contact customer services

Nov 24, 2009 | Garmin nuvi 750 GPS Receiver

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I can't get it to announce street names


go to the language section of your unit and pick a language with (tts) following it.this is text to speach option.

Jan 13, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

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Garmin 750 is not announcing street names


make sure that unit is not in F M mode

Dec 30, 2008 | GPS

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Help - my Garmin 260W no longer announces street names. How can I get this feature to reactivate????


All of the Garmin automotive GPS units that speak street names are also loaded with basic voice prompts (i.e. 'Turn Right in 500 feet') as well as 'text-to-speech' voices that speak street names. If one of the basic types of voice prompts has been selected, the voice prompts will not speak street names.
In order to change this setting, please follow these steps:
  1. Touch Tools (Wrench Icon) from the Main Menu
  2. Touch Settings.
  3. Touch Language*
  4. Touch on the blue rectangle that corresponds with Voice
  5. Touch on a voice that is labeled with (TTS) at the end. These voices will speak street names. Options without a name or the TTS label will say the distance until the next turn, but will not include the street name.
  6. Touch Ok
The voice has now been changed.

If this is not what you meant, please reply with further details. If you found the solution resolved your issue, kindly take a moment to award this a Fixya rating in appreciation of my efforts.

Thank you.
ID

Nov 14, 2008 | GPS

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Speaking the names of major streets


It will only tell you the names of the streets if you use the COMPUTER voice. The other voices will not announce street names. So go to your voice selection and pick the computer voice...either male or female.

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Street names


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: My nuvi is supposed to speak street names when giving voice prompts but it doesn't. How can I fix this?
Answer: All of the Garmin automotive GPS units that speak street names are also loaded with basic voice prompts (i.e. 'Turn Right in 500 feet') as well as 'text-to-speech' voices that speak street names. If one of the basic types of voice prompts has been selected, the voice prompts will not speak street names.
In order to change this setting on the nüvi line of products, please follow these steps:
  1. In the Main Menu, tap on the Settings icon.
  2. Tap on "Locale"
  3. The second line on this screen has a picture of a mouth. To the right, the current voice for the GPS device is listed. Tap it to change the voice.
  4. Select a voice that is labeled with (TTS) at the end. These voices will speak street names.
  5. Select "OK". The voice has now been changed.
The device should now speak street names.

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