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They all here an echo!

My family claims they all hear an echo when they are talking to me while having my bluetoothe connected. Help I really like it'

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Re: They all here an echo!

The h700 version 1 is known for an echo to really remedy this problem you need to upgrade to h700 version c because this headset has noise canceling intergrated into this model get one cheap at

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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