Can we set the volumes of each SMH10 audio function?

User can easily decrease/increase the volume of the voice, music and intercom using Jog Dial. SMH10 can save volume levels of previously connected profiles. This means that phone volume (HSP/HFP), music volume (A2DP), and intercom volumes will be saved separately and return to its own saved volume level whenever associated profile is reconnected. Profile volume adjustment is only affective during the use of its specific profile. However, if user changes volume during standby mode, then volume change applies to all profiles. As a note, alert tones like low battery warning and connection tones can only be adjusted in standby mode. We advise user to first lower the volume in standby mode, then go into each communication mode and increase each profile volume to a comfortable level.

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    Jcfunk59

    I'm sorry, I just figured it out and got the sound to work and the media.  Still trying to figure out the music sharing though.

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    Sena - D

    Jc,

    You may need to update the firmware on your headsets in order to do music sharing.

    Here's a video demo on music sharing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJ9iQwdq1vE

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    Gerrit Barrere

    Please explain how to do this.  How do you "go into each communication mode and increase each profile volume to a comfortable level"?

    I have a TomTom Rider 2013 GPS and SMH10, both with the latest firmware.  The GPS volume is much louder than the SMH10 intercom, and I can't figure out how to adjust them separately.  If I use the SMH10 Jog Dial to turn down the GPS until it is not overdriven and distorted, the intercom is so quiet I can't hear it.

    Is there a way to separately adjust intercom and "multipoint pairing" GPS directions?  Please explain how.

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    Sena - D

    Gerrit

    To adjust the "intercom" volume on your headset, your headset must be in intercom mode. This is when you are talking to another person, have the other person speak while you adjust the volume. Use the jog dial to adjust to the desired volume.

    Same with GPS, When you hear the GPS turn by turn directions in your headset this is the time to adjust the volume.

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    Gerrit Barrere

    Holy cow, I think it's working!  I must have been tweaking the jog dial just after the GPS finished its "you are now arriving at your destination" test phrase.  If I'm careful to adjust the volume only while the phrase is being said, it seems to adjust only the GPS volume.

    Thank you very much for the quick and helpful response!  I will report this on the TomTom forum too, where it is an active issue.

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    Jon Barnett

    I found that with the FM radio I had plenty of volume but any function run through my phone had a max volume too low to hear clearly much beyond 30MPH.  I downloaded & installed a volume booster from the Google play Store, that took care of the issue.  Now I have plenty of volume at highway speed.

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