Kenwood DNX8220BT Parrot Bluetooth

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    Hi, i own a Kenwood DNX8220BT which has the parrot bluetooth built in.
    When i use this with my phone the other persons voice only comes from the front right speaker, is there any way to make it come through both front speakers at the same time??
    I previously owned a parrot 3100 and this used both front speakers and sounded a lot better!

    Thanks in advance, Jerryjal
     
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    thanks megane, now managed to locate the manual and have sorted it. Thanks again, jerryjal
     
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    Hi, i wonder if anyone can be of any help.
    I own a Kenwood DNX 8220BT which as you know has built in Parrot bluetooth.
    I used to own a Parrot CK3100 unit which i found to be fantastic for what i wanted, the main thing i liked was that if i was sat in my car with the engine off (ignition on) talking and wanted to continue talking after turning the engine on it was no problem as the bluetooth connection did not break.
    Unfortunatly with the 8220bt when i'm parked up (cab driver!) and on the phone and then if for any reason i have to turn the ignition on (to move the cab) there is a break in the bluetooth connection meaning i have to wait for 1 to 2 mins before the connection re establishes itself.

    This may sound petty but it happens to me several times a week, is there a solution??

    I apologise in advance if this comes across as very long winded!!!
    Many thanks:lease:
     

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