- Nov 1, 2014
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Depends on how you have things setup.Thanks, I do ride.
I have been testing the V1 in my car while I wait for my arm to heal. It is an interesting activity. I dont see much LEO activity but I do get lots and lots of K band. I have a 2 mile stretch of road on my commute with 4 sets of speed signs (opposite sides of the road). The V1 has been having fun with that, and I have been having fun trying to figure out which bogey is which. In 80 miles I have had 4 laser falses so I think I will turn that off at least until I am more familiar with radar.
I am experiencing a delay on audio of about 1 second. I am using a bluetooth adapter for my stereo paired to my iphone while listening to audio books via the Overdrive app. I am hoping it will get better with the Sena on my bikes.
Is it normal for the V1 to be squawking while the phone is silent?
Is audio paired to the car? Is the Radio listening on Bluetooth? OR Do you have HFP enabled.
There are a few options and if you set them to not match what your doing on the car radio then you can hear nothing.
With a Sena (BT Helmet) you probably are always streaming Bluetooth. So any sound the phone makes you get on the headset and HFP should be off.
With a Car you are more likely to choose other sources on the Radio like (FM, SD, USB, XM). If you do use other sources you want to enable HFP and the car will switch to the Alert when it comes in, just like a Phone Call would.
If you have Audio Paired, HFP Off and not Listening to Bluetooth on the Radio, you will get no sound on the phone or car during an alert.