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Old 11-08-2014, 10:28 AM   #1
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I just finished first RV trip with the RVND 7725, Rand McNally's newest RV GPS. I think my old 7710 performed better than this new version. It has very poor bightness and super low audio.
Hard to see and could hardly hear it with Brightness and Audio at max. Anyone else having these problems?
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We have a 7710 and 7720 (the 7725 is just a 7720 with add'l software). One is for drivers position and one is for the navigators seat.
Both have had all the available updates, so are basically running the same software

Our 7710 has better audio quality, but the 7720 has a non-reflective treatment to the screen making it much easier to see during the daylight hours. The brightness and audio volume seems equal, so cannot offer any advice except to double check the settings.

We do not use the auto-brightness setting on either unit...seems to make it too dim.

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