Question about Motorola Mobility MOTOROKR S9 + Bluetooth D650 Stereo Adapter for iPod Headset
Paired well with my Samsung mobile. Was working quite satisfactorily. Streaming music. Now the sound level is very low. When pressing the + for increasing volume, there is no response/sound in the earphones. However when pressing the - to reduce the volume there is a sound, a pip of acknowledgement. Other systems are working well ie 'pause', etc forward/back.
Feel problem may be with the switch.... ?
The problem is that the unit is not immune to sweat as Motorola claims it is. Mine did the same thing with trying to lower the volume. You might try to dry it out good with a hair dryer (but don't get it too hot). That might help for a while, but eventually it will short out again and you won't be able to fix it. Sony just came out with a unit that is similar and I am going to dump the Motorola for the Sony to see if it works better.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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