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Bt cordless phone is echoing back when I speak

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Echo on my end when someone calls! Please help! Thanks!


it may be due to interference from electronics devices around you since its a cordless phone ,or your phone is not getting a complete connection, could be one cause,Please try these solutions when you experience echo sound :

- turn the volume down

- turn the "clarity booster" function on the phone

Follow these steps to turn on clarity booster

1) Press menu/del during talk time (while phone is in use).

2) Press ^/vol or vol/v to move the pointer to Clarity Boost, and then select Boost On and "B" appears on the display. To turn Off the Clarity Booster, repeat above step again. check the owners manual for a full description for your model of phone
*Please note: clarity booster turns off automatically at the end of each call.

- make sure the Echo Canceller Circuit (ECC) has been set properly

*The phone should have Echo Canceller Circuit (ECC) built in.

*This means the circuit will study the Voice Level & reduce/cut the echo automatically.

Follow these steps to set the ECC properly

1. Unplug the battery from the handset for a few seconds.

2. Re-plug the battery back into the handset.

3. Make a phone call & at the initial stage speak loudly into the mic. Please note: The ECC will learn at the initial stage only, so after these steps are followed, the ECC will start working properly.or
just a simple pwr cycle ( turning the phone off) can give you a fresh registratoin, this can improve the quality of the call. hope this helps pls do let me know

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I keep hearing an echo when i speak into my phone


some phones have a natural problem with this due to the electronics in the handset others may have a button that says channel or scan this will allow the handset to look for a stronger channel between it and the base most of the time that will cure the problem. if not hang up and try your call again it will allow the base to do the same thing and may clear the problem up. nether helps you may have a defective phone.

Jul 22, 2009 | Vtech Cordless 6041 Phone

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I hear my voice echo when I speak into the phone.


Returned the product and purchased another brand.

Jun 18, 2009 | Vtech Cordless 6041 Phone

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Echo


MOVE IT AWAY, AS FAR AS POSSIBLE, FROM OTHER ELECTRIC DEVICES

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