Question about Motorola Mobility Universal Bluetooth Speaker Car Kit (HF820) Headset
Please help. i have a old Motorola Bluetooth installed in my car (about 2 years old) I have the manuale still but doesn't tell me the model name.... sorry. Anyway been working just great with all sorts of phones and PDA's that i've been pairing to it until i got a new Sony Ericson K800i cell phone. it paired perfectly but when i call someone through the kit the other person hears a constant echo of themself. but on my side the line is very clear.... my cell phone has been updated with the latest software but still has this problem... i would try down-grading my software but can't find it anywere on the net. can you help with why there is an echo and how can i get rid of it? Thanks
TStevens is correct in the cause. However, you might be able to improve things by repositioning the microphone, if possible. Position it as close as you can to your mouth, and make sure it's not pointing at the speakers. Also, if you can turn the volume down and still hear the other person that could help too.
A better solution might be to get an in-ear bluetooth device (e.g. Plantronics Explorer 50). In general they tend to be better than car systems, and are pretty cheap (from around £15/$20).
Posted on May 01, 2017
Its like calling into a radio station going on the air, and having your radio turned up while on the air you will always get an echo. Or at least a delay that other people will hear on their radio. it's the same way, with using a Car Bluetooth because they are hearing their voice coming through the speakers and going back into the microphone and then they hear that and there is your Echo. Unfortunately there is really nothing you can do except for ask them to deal with it :-(
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Not being cheeky buddy but I have the same pairing are you tapping in "0000". Also go into settings and headphone or carsettings and set to auto answer. Hope this helps M8
Posted on Oct 07, 2007
turn bluetooth on your phone on. then on your bluetooth headset hold the power button for about 10 seconds or until you see the bluelight on steady. next on your phone in the bluetooth section klick ok on the search for device option, when you found the bluetooth with your phone it will ask if you want to use that device, klick yes, and it might ask you for a code, enter four zeros "0000" and that should connect automatic.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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