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Hello, There is the possibility that the earpiece of your headset is bad. Try putting the rdaoi on loudspeaker, if it works, then you either listen to the radio on loudspeaker, or get another headset that is in perfect shape. But if putting it on loudspeaker still does not work, then you have to entirely change your headset to another.
I assume you are talking about listening on the set's own loudspeaker. The power supply for the receiver is faulty, it is not producing a nice smooth DC like it should. Is it an external supply? If so try a new one, if not there is a faulty component in the radio power supply.
This has no problem to do with the phone as far as i know.
It occurs normally when you are talking to someone who happens to be in a very quite and large room without that it empty. this is due to the empty vaccumm that causes the sound that is produced to be reflected back into themic of the phone and as a result causes you to hear your voice.
Also, another thing that causes it is when you talk to someone who puts the call on loudspeaker and there are multiple surfaces causing the reflection of the sounds you make.
In summary, there is nothing wrong with your phone and you just need to tell whoever you are talking to to try and move to an area that is a bit occupied so as to prevent echoes.
For volume and loudspeaker control increasing or decreasing the volume level when you have an active call or are listening to a sound, press left or right scroll, respectively. Sound applications use the loudspeaker by default.
To use the loudspeaker during a call, start a call, and press the button with the talking face icon and press again to return to earpiece.
If it does not work the speaker, or amp circuit is bad or there is a glitch in the firmware. Replacing the speaker is the only economically viable repair. If the amp circuit or firmware has malfunctioned a new phone is in order.
It sounds as if the channel that the phone and base has selected during that session is bad, or being used by another system in the area. When that happens, try selecting another channel. You should be able to do this by depressing a button on the handset. Normally labeled "Channel".
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