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TomTom Instructions to Bluetooth Earpiece

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
If anyone has a TomTom sat nav and thought it might be a good idea to get the instructions piped directly to one's ear rather than disturb the passengers, say on a night drive to the Alps...

It can be done for just over a tenner.

You might think that any old bluetooth earpiece would work, but A2DP compatible devices appear to be quite rare. The TomTom calls them a HiFi Stereo device - presumably for folk who want to hear music over headphones wirelessly.

I've just got a natty little device about the size of a keyfob, that comes with both an in-ear earpiece and a pair of in-ear headphones (both work fine).

You can get them from EBay: Slim A2DP Stereo Bluetooth Headphone Headset (Black) (9 days delivery for me)

It's supposed to last for 10 hours continuous use for music, so with occasional TomTom instructions one would suppose it shouldn't give up just as you're driving through Chambery, but heck by that time who cares if you have to play it over the speaker?

Once you get it you need to charge it for a few hours, then press the bluetooth button for a couple of seconds to go into match mode, then via TomTom Speaker Preferences select the Bluetooth hifi stereo option for instructions, and it'll scan for the device, find it, and then it's just a few clicks on ok, try a test message, and then you don't need to do it again. When the device is on and in range it'll be used, if not the instructions come over the speaker.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Can't you just turn the vol down, or even off and look for the turn symbols, when they pop up?
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
bar shaker, yes you can, but if you're whizzing along a motorway when instructions are few and far between, it's nicer/safer to keep one's eyes on the road and not have to keep an eye on the TomTom's screen.
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