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Gps for hard hearing people   
I want to buy a GPS for a person a bit hard of hearing. Any experience which would be the best?


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linkinp03
04/26/2008
01:58:59 AM

I would like to suggest one from Garmin because they have much better sound quality than others and they provide a good service.The voice timely get perverted
at higher volumes. Hope this helps.
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dcom
04/26/2008
02:01:17 AM

The TomTom GO 920T will give you all the things that you are looking for, it has FM transmitter, it is very accurate in obtaining traffic data and the sound quality is just superbub, you can adjust the volume as loud as you want and listen to the instructions clearly. I would highly recommend it........
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ami123
04/26/2008
02:04:25 AM

Thanks for all your replies i think i should try one from TomTom as i feel it will be nice and loud.
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