Joined: Jun 04, 2005 Posts: 19390 Location: West and Southwest London
Posted: Wed Jul 06, 2011 2:23 am Post subject:
Nope, I'm afraid they are mastered as loud as they can go - Digital peak level and the original recordings have been compressed to make the average levels constantly high.
The TomTom hardware has always played warnings slightly quieter than navigation voice. Thewarnings should match a recorded navigation voice reasonably well, but unfortunately TomTom's Text to Speech voices have always been louder, so you tend to have the main volume a little lower, thus making the warning sounds lower too.
It's not a good solution by any means but if you've been using a TTS navigation voice so far, try an recorded one and the difference between that and the warnings shouldn't be as great.
I have been asking TomTom to give us individual volume control for nav. voice, warnings, phone, music player etc, for at least 3 years, but with no luck whatsoever.
This is a mock-up of what I'd like to see and what I suggested to them:
But it's just a dream.... _________________ "Settling in nicely" ;-)
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