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    Why don't make a volume control automatic with the speed of car?
    you can use the gps speed indicator (freedrive!) for control speed volume.
    50km/h----15% volume
    70km/h----20% volume
    120km/h----40% volume

    idea for car cabriolet! Or for engine more power!
    but it work only when use gps!
    Sorry for my bad english.

  • #2
    Hello,

    read this:

    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/show...ght=gps+volume

    Ti-ejtsch

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    • #3
      Ops...
      thanks!
      but is difficult!
      I will try to modify the chuck skin. But ago all rr or it needs a sw on purpose? On the situated one of Skippy I do not find it

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      • #4
        Skippy changes ARE in the current RR. The config settings never made it to the Config tool though.
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        • #5
          How difficult would it be to adjust sound based upon the level of non-audio system/non-roadrunner sound? For example, the decibells of engine/exhaust/road sound that are picked-up by a mike that is mounted at floor level, could drive an increase in sound system/roadrunner volume.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by waltersaegir
            How difficult would it be to adjust sound based upon the level of non-audio system/non-roadrunner sound? For example, the decibells of engine/exhaust/road sound that are picked-up by a mike that is mounted at floor level, could drive an increase in sound system/roadrunner volume.
            A lot of GM cars have that on their stock radio, as Bose HU does as well... I've never done any kind of audio recording application before so I have no clue as to what it would take.
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            • #7
              My guess is that a simple first pass functionality would not be that difficult to implement and would be clearly beneficial. Beyond that, further intellegent noise frequency analysis and rr/sound volume adjustment could be added.

              Maybe once I get past the non-functional rr volume control under Windows Vista, this could be a fun project.

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