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    Default Factory Bluetooth microphone Wiring

    A quick question for those who have either retro-fitted the factory Bluetooth (as I have) or used the vauxhall mic and roof wiring as part of an after market kit.

    Has anybody had issues with low microphone volume? It does work if you shout or are very close to the mic but is currently not really usable on the move.

    I'm guessing it probably requires better quality cabling and solder the wiring in one big run rather than going through a series of connectors.

    However, before I pull the wiring loom apart again, any thoughts on best way to fix this appreciated.

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    hi m8

    it doesnt matter wot cabling is used as long as its proper copper core wiring,
    as ive used the exact same when i fitted it to my signum and it was clear
    as a whistle,have you tried to adjust the volume on the head unit etc

    but theres no specific volume for the bluetooth though but worth a try




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    No need to shout. Just the same volume as if you are talking to someone in the passenger seat.

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    In that case think I've got a weak joint in one of the crimps in the wiring loom.

    At normal speaking volume it fails to pick up much at all.

    At least it sounds like from Andy's description the basic cabling loom itself is probably ok and just need a joint repair somewhere.

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