Question about Logitech Audio Players & Recorders
I can hear myself talking through my headphones but there is an echo that is annoying. The person on the other end of the call does not hear the echo. I have tried this with various calls and it is only on my end.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: H500 bluetooth headset
Turn down the volume on the PHONE, not the headset. Motorola 325i w/ H500. Again, turn down the volume on the PHONE, not the headset. In my case almost all the way down.
Posted on May 02, 2007
SOURCE: Can't deactivate headset
Did you check the connector on the bottom of your phone ? If theres any greenish stuff (oxidation) on the connectors/pins, there's your problem. This occurs if the connector has been exposed to moisture. If this is the case you can try to clean off as much as you can and it might correct the problem. But if this doesn´t work, the problem might be inside your phone. If you're up for it, you can take it apart yourself and try to clean the inside of your connector. If youre not up for it, or the connector is clean, take the phone down to your local service-center and have them take a look at it.
Posted on Oct 05, 2007
SOURCE: GN Netcom GN 9120 - can't hear
Hi There, I had the same problem with a headset one of our call centre reps were using. It's usually due to some one fiddling with the button. I got it working by removing the battery from the headset then resinked the headset to the base unit. Hope it works for you
Posted on May 19, 2008
SOURCE: New Phone Causing Echo
It sounds like your microphone volume is too loud. Get someone on a call with you so they can tell you how it sounds as you adjust it. Turn down the mic volume by pressing the + & - buttons on the earpiece together once which puts the earpiece into mic adjust mode. Then decrease the mic volume by pressing the minus button a few times until it sounds right. The earpiece will automatically revert to normal mode within a few seconds.
If this doesn't work it may be that you need to adjust the compatibility setting for the new phone. This is the small black dial on the base station. The most common setting is 'A' but you may need to experiment with other settings for that phone.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
SOURCE: MOTOROLA H800 WIRELESS HEADSET
I took mine apart to see what the problem was, the two wires that go to the mic had be broken. Probably by the sliding motion of the boom. Gonna try to fix it if i can..don't know, It will probably do the same thing again. Always remember- THE MORE MOVING PARTS TO SOMETHING THE MORE THERE IS THAT CAN GO WRONG!
Posted on May 16, 2009
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