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Cobra BT radio

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GoNavy

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I have had the new Cobra 29 WX NW BT with NOAA Weather. I love this radio, perfect for the big truck. I can use my cell phone like it was a CB except I don't have to key the mic, just move it close to my mouth, works great.

However I am having one problem I can't seem to find a fix for, and Cobra doesn't seem to want to give me an answer or they don't have one. When I switch from normal radio operation to Bluetooth with my phone At&T Krzr I have to crank up the volume to almost 3/4 of max, then when the call ends...lol...you better be quick to turn it back down, because you get blasted if there is any traffic. Normal CB volume is usually just over a quarter of max, I use an external speaker. Thinking maybe there is a pod setting for the BT volume inside the radio maybe? or some other undocumented way to match up the volume...anybody have any ideas. Thanks
 

StinkyB

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I Have the Cobra 29XLT BT with a (Sprint)Motorola Razor V3m, I have no problems with the volume. Maybe there is a volume setting for the bluetooth in your phone?
 
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