Other people can't see me and have poor sound quality
I just received a lifecam from my parents. I can see and hear them just fine, but they can't get any pic of me and the sound quality is poor. They know theirs works great with my brother so the problem must be on my end.
Mine is a VX 3000 but same problem, I can see others but they can't see me. Sound quality appears ok.
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As land lines have been reclaimed or replaced in the phone company networks;
As the growing older population has lost hearing sensitivity.
Because secondary carriers don't always receive the best or least crowded connectons (especially in case of residential versus business which pay more for service).
If you are getting static and cross talk (hearing radio or other people's converstations) notify the phone company and you will probably provided a new connection.
IF the problem is persistent without such interference, consider an amplified phone--some states (California for instance under Federal auspices) makes such equipment available free to hearing impaired. Also check the quality of your household wiring and connections.
Check with you neighbors--if they don't have the same problems, complain to the phone company. If they do, complain together.
Finally, some phones are simply too poor in quality to provide good sound. You might want to upgrade: either the phone set or its line or handset cord.
Turntables do not produce "line level" audio which is what is required for input into the AUX on the receiver. If you do not have a phono input on the receiver, you must purchase a phono pre-amp. These are readily available for about $20. This will boost the output of the turntable to line level so you can use the AUX input on your receiver. That will resolve the problem.
If you can copy ok you have effectively ruled out your machine as you have used both the scanning and printing mechanism of the machine.
It will probably be the fax on the other end as if it sends a poor quality page that's all your machine can receive, a poor line can also cause problems if it is from multiple faxes. If so have your provider check the line (you probably hear static on the line).
You need to connect most turntables to a PHONO input or buy a PHONO preamp. Many newer receivers do not have a PHONO input.
The AUX port you are using would work fine for a device like a CD player, but turntables need to be amplified. You can buy an external Phono pre-amp from Radio Shack.
I don't know anything about this site, but something like this device should work for you.