Guidance with TTS hickups via bluetooth to audio device
Recently I bought a Shockz openrun pro (great device for outdoor!). I like to use it during walking. I prepare a gpx and enable guidance with TTS ( text to speech). Locus will tell me when to turn left or right. However the problem is that the Bluetooth connection seems to require a fraction of time to establish. And the messages are very short (e.g in 10 meters turn left). The problem is that i hear then: ...10....rs turn left. So some parts of the first words are missing as android or bluetooth are still setting up or stabilizing the connection. I sometimes miss guidance instructions.
Would there be an option to have the messages longer, or having them prefixed with a beep sound (or beep pattern)? It would give the device time to setup the connection and then the important part (the navigation instructions) would be spoken correctly.
A beep prefix may as well be a nice service to make guidance more clear: Beep,beep,beep,..in 10 meters turn left.