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Can not understand what the other person is saying when talking to each other very muffle

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Hi,

This is usually cause by talking or yelling into the mic held too close to the mouth, 3-6 inches from the mouth and always talk in a normal tone and don't shout. Oh! my poor ears!!! Ha1 Ha!

I hope this is of assistance to you.

Cheers,
Peter

Posted on Mar 10, 2013

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