I took delivery of a brand new Audi A3 Sportback Black Edition last week, and today a company came and fitted a hands-free kit for me.
The handsfree kit is basically a cradle with bluetooth that also charges my Blackberry 8900 Curve. A microphone has been added to the car, and the cradle etc is wired in to the standard Concert head unit (with BOSE system). The blackberry then makes a bluetooth connection to the cradle.
The problem I had when first making a call is the volume of the sound coming out of the car speakers. It is insane - it seems to be on pretty much full volume and I wouldn't be surprised if people 2 cars behind me can hear it!
I cannot find any options on the head unit itself to adjust the volume of the phone whilst in a call - all I can do is minimise the volume on the blackberry phone itself to "0" where the volume coming out of the car speakers is just about bearable, but still too loud really.
This has an annoying side effect in that every time I get out of the car I have to turn the volume up on the blackberry so if someone calls me I can hear them, and then remember to turn the phone volume back down when I get back in the car!
This seems stupid - surely something can't be right here.....?
Although the installer took all the packaging, manuals etc with him and the company I work for just ordered it, I'm pretty sure this is the system I have: http://www.thb-bury.co.uk/THB-Bury-B...e-p-16941.html
Any help or pointers greatly appreciated...