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    Post iGO voice sound problems (way to loud for a second)

    I tried both iGo Primo and Nextgen with a set of different voice files but I keep having this problem with the sound. It goes to full blast for a second and goes back to normal. This is each time the voice turns on for a turn or anything like that. Even when I put my sound to very low it will still almost blow up my speakers for 1 second and get back to normal. It's not usable at all which is really annoying.

    I use Win Ce 6.0 in a 2Din player. I tried some sys.txt edits but not one did any good. If you know anything please let me know.

    Does anyone have this problem and what did you do to fix it?

    Thanks for your help.
    Last edited by pr0x; 13th September 2015 at 13:25.

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    Post your sys.txt.

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    Oh I forgot to edit but I fixed it. Someone on a different forum helped me and it's all fine now. I will try to post my sys.txt soon as the SD card is in my car now.

    I had added this and it fixed the extreme loud voice for me:

    [sound]
    working=1
    dev_channels=2
    dev_bits=16
    dev_smp_rate=48000
    dev_buffer_size=9216
    csv_voice_enabled=1
    ding=0
    effect_volume=255
    guidance_volume=255
    os_muted=0 ; 1 - sound off
    os_volume=255
    maneuver_chimes=0
    media_volume=255
    mic_volume=255
    mute_os_key=0
    queue_length=200
    use_os_volume=1
    user_volume=255
    voice_volume=255
    Last edited by pr0x; 16th September 2015 at 20:52.

 

 

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