For the pairing up procedure between N-Com and navigator, please refer to the user manual of the N-Com system, chapter “Managing two mobile phones (or Bluetooth devices)”.
N.B.: For proper management of the various devices, the navigator must always be paired up with the N-Com system as a SECONDARY DEVICE (please refer to the user manual of the N-Com system, chapter “Managing two mobile phones (or Bluetooth devices”).
The Garmin Zumo 595 features two different pairing up options: Headset (HFP profile) and Audio Supports (A2DP profile).
Headset + Audio Supports: by activating both options, you can receive in your helmet phone calls, GPS indications, audio tracks coming from different sources (GPS internal memory, mobile phone, Mp3).
Headset: by activating only the Headset (HFP profile) option, you can receive in your helmet phone calls and GPS indications. You will NOT be able to listen to multimedia audio.
Audio Supports: by activating only the Audio supports (A2DP profile) option, you can receive in your helmet multimedia audio. You will NOT be able to hear phone calls or GPS.
Once the GPS has been paired up, connection takes place automatically upon switching on the B901 system.
N.B.: It is recommended to switch off the AUDIO PUSHBUTTONS on the navigator. With AUDIO PUSHBUTTONS active, with each command given on the Garmin, the navigator sends an acoustic feedback signal to the connected N-Com system, temporarily interrupting the playback of musical tracks and/or intercom communication between the two helmets.