Lost earpiece on motorway and have ordered and received new one from Cardo. (Scala Rider) However, cannot set this up as the sat nav needs reprogramming. Can't do this as I no longer have the manual. Can you help please?
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Cardo had a problem in the firmware of the early models that caused the auto adjust on the volume to overload the speakers. Not knowing how old your unit is I have no way of knowing if this is the problem. If you still have the units you can buy new audio bases. I also have a source for replacement batteries.
i have the tom tom rider 2 its a great bit of kit but i disconnected the scala cardo headset for helmets so that i cold try a different bluetooth headset for use in a car and it didnt work i then tryed to recconect it to my tom tom and it cant find it when searching for it what do i do ? what have i done?
I had a similar problem when I first connected my Cardo Scala Rider set to the helmet. First off, make sure that the volume on the Zumo is set to 100% for BOTH guidance and mp3 functions. Then click the upper control on the Cado Scala to maximize the volume of the headset. When you've accomplished those two electronic hurdles, adjust the location of the speakers in the helmet - if location of the speakers is not optimized nothing you do with the electronics will have much effect. I typically run the mp3 volume at 20% and the GPS at 50% with the headset volume at halfway. My Cardo Scala unit is a Teamset and I sometimes have problems hearing my rider scream that I'm going too fast. I haven't bothered yet to tell her to keep the microphone closer to her lips.