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Motorola H9 Bluetooth headset

I have a recently gotten a motorola H9 bluetooth headset. I was thrilled with the ease of set up and use. I have it paired with the new motorola q9m from verizon. They have paired great and work together as they should. The problem is I am getting static in the earpiece when having a conversation. I have not had any complaints from the people I am talking to so I am assuming it is only on my end. at a range of about 3 feet is where the static is the least noticable but any closer or any further away and the static gets worse. Any ideas? I have tried re-pairing the two with no improvement.

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  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2008

    My stepmom recently got this ear piece for her phone and she gave it to me beacause it would autmatically turn off after about ten seconds but now the static will be constant and it is on both ends and it is actually worse on the other end

  • Anonymous Jan 16, 2009

    I have the same issue with mine. It automatically turn off after about ten seconds! And when it does manage to stay on, you can't neither party can hear anything. Very frustrating!



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