Sound quality is horrible how do I change channel on the phone?
When I 1st got this phone it was like this and I called tech support and it took a long time but someone walked me through changing some type of setting or another and it was better. How do I do this again. Right now I want to throw this phone out the window
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Your contract is with the retailer who sold you the phone - the phone is clearly faulty and that retailer should either fix it or replace it free of charge. The warranty is in addition to that statutory right and not instead of it.
You paid good money to a retailer for a phone that is of merchantable quality, the phone is useless and so the retailer has breached his contract with you...
If you have any problems there is probably a department at your local government to help you.
Meanwhile I suggest you inform Samsung of your troubles in as much detail as possible. Do that by both email and recorded delivery mail.
It is a recommended practice to repeat the channel search routine periodically as the DTV environment is subject to change. Also, the antenna connection to your TV may not provide sufficient signal strength to maintain picture quality. Even weather can be a factor.
PV series mixers from peavey suffer from horrible sliders pots quality, so be prepared to change that pot, it is pretty easy to change, real difficult comes out when you are trying to reach it, let me know a bit further to help you out troubleshoot accurately the issue.
It is probably the connection and not the phone. Are you using wifi? make sure your internet connection isn't too slow and also if you're using 3G make sure your connection is stable and reception is good.
If you've messed with the EQ settings and it still sounds horrible you may want to have the jack/hold switch assembly replaced. You can get a jack/hold switch assembly on eBay for around $7 for your model of iPod.
Unfortunately, solution is NOT free. Until Apple decides to take good look into this issue, you are left to buying another BT headset model.
I got lucky first time around, bought new Plantronics (not Playtronics...) Voyager 520 (I do love Plantronics 3xx design, this is the next best thing). It did cost almost twice as much as my previous headsets (about 45 EUR), but it's still on the cheap "side" and (to my experience) also the best value. Hope new headset also lasts almost whole week before needing recharge, like my "old ones". :)
Right click on My Computer, choose Properties, Hardware Tab, Device Manager. Expand the IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers, choose Secondary IDE Channel (Double Click) Advanced Settings. Current transfer mode should be highest level of DMA (if it is PIO mode that is likely your problem). If it is PIO mode, click the driver tab and make sure the driver provider is Microsoft. If not, make sure you have the driver available. If the provider is Microsoft close out of the Secondary IDE Channel Properties window, right click on the Secondary IDE Channel in Device Manager, and choose uninstall. Reboot the computer, then open device manager again, highlight IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers, right click and choose Scan for Hardware Changes. It will find the Secondary IDE Channel and reinstall it. The transfer mode should be DMA. Your CD/DVD will play like normal.