Originally Posted by Deek
I have an 06 1200RT with the stock GPS/BMW NavIII and the J&M/BMW Voice/Comm system (Has the CB, intercomm, Aux). I've never used the Voice/COmm system as I have no helmet speakers. I'd love to hear the GPS so I guess I will have to install some helmet speakers.
Anyway, you lost me talking about your LT's speaker and the headset. Are you saying you can play the radio (say the FM) through the bike's speakers and also turn on the Voice/Comm system and hear only the GPS through the headset? What selection do you make on the Voice/Comm system? Aux? Or does it make any difference? When the GPS speaks does it reduce the FM radio volume on the bike's speakers?
My GPS came with a speaker attachment that plugs into a power outlet (cig liter)
so that when I use it in my truck I can hear the GPS.
So even if you don't want helmet speakers there's a way you can hear if you want to go that route.
Now regarding the comm II, I can play the radio/CD/XM/Ipod through the speakers
or the helmet speakers or both at the same time,
I can adjust the relative volume of the bike speakers to the helmet speakers,
when my speed increases so does the volume for both sets of speakers,
I've turned my wife's helmet speakers off to music (intercom still works)
anytime (the comm system is turned on and in any setting)
when the GPS "speaks" it mutes the music in the helmet speakers
but the bike speakers are not affected
(they keep the same volume)
anytime the intercom is used it also mutes the helmet speakers
but the GPS overrides the intercom also
does that "splain it"