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Tom Tom volume was once loud at max volume. Now, even saying increase volume, the volume remains very low. Even though the voice says maximum volume, the volume is unreadable at road noise.

Posted on Nov 15, 2010

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How do I regulate the sound on our tomtom


Usually, you can tap the lower left corner of the driving screen to display a "volume" slider. Just slide it right or left to increase or decrease the volume.
The volume can also be adjusted via the Menu ...Change Preferences ... in most models.

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I cannot hear the vocal instructions


There's a VOLUME slider to increase the speaker/output volume. You can reach this option from the CHANGE PREFERENCE menu option ... or...
Tap the left or middle pane of the (Horizontal) status bar on your driving screen, and the volume slider will appear. Then slide the volume to the right, for higher volume.
If your TomTom GO device internal speaker is not work, you can consider piping the sounds (via FM) to your car speakers ..

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How can i make mytom tom model 1EX00 louder


One the main map view, touch the bottom, left of the screen (Where your current speed is indicated). You should then be presented with a volume slider at the bottom of the display to adjust the volume with.

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How do I change the volume on my unit?, I do not have a users manual.


You can change the volume of the spoken instructions by using 'Volume preferences' pref06.gif, with its sliding scale to set the required volume in increments of 5%. The 'Test' function is a good way to get the volume right before starting your journey.
You may also find it helpful to use 'Link volume to speed', so that the spoken instructions get louder as road noise increases and are at their quietest when you are stationary.

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The volume is too low on my tomtom, how do I increase it?


Click the bottom left of the map screen where the 0mph appears and the sliding tool will appear. Just move the arrow towards the right to increase the volume.

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Tomtom g0 520 no sound


Tap on the bottom left hand corner. If you touch the bottom left hand corner area where "no route planned " is shown, the volume bar pops out.Increase the volume by sliding your finger over it. If this is not workng, follow this procedure. Tap on : the main screen. Tap on : Change preferences. If the sound is turned off, you will see a green button that says, turn on sound. Tap on it. Else Tap on : Arrow. Tap on : Volume preferences. It shows an info screen. Just tap on it. On the next page that opens, increase the volume. Also select link volume to car speed as it is a good option. Tap on : test. Tap on : Done.

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Volume is down and I don't know how to turn it up on Tomtom One


Click on the bottom left square on the GPS main screen. You'll get a slide. Slide it to the right to increase the volume

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How do you adjust volume on tomtom one


While riding, tap a corner of the status bar
  1. Horizontal status bar on the left corner where is shows the directional arrows
  2. Vertical status bar: On the top corner, where directional arrow are shown
After you tap the correct corner of the status bar, a volume slider appears at the bottom of screen. Move slider to the right to increase volume, or to the left to decrease volume.

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HOW DO I TURN UP THE VOLUME


Users will continually need to quickly change the volume on a TOMTOM units, depending on the loudness of traffic noise, the radio or conversations. Although there are no external volume controls, the volume on the ONE can be easily accessed on screen by touching the bottom left corner of the map display. Once the volume controller appears you just slide your finger to increase or decrease volume. We found the audio levels a little softer on this unit and had to set the volume to around 60% or 70% in order to clearly hear it.

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How do I increase the volumne on my Tomtom. Volume is very low


Click on OPERATE MY ONE XL.
Click on CHANGE PREFERENCES
Make sure TURN OFF SOUND not clicked
Go to next page.
Click VOLUME PREFERENCES.
Move slide to preference and click TEST.

My problem is that after driving for a while the volume reduces to where it can't be heard. Anyone else have this problem.

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