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Have you tried calling a different number to see if it is a problem on their end? If the issue still persists, try changing the angle at which you hold your phone; essentially hold the microphone (at the end of the phone) closer to your mouth. Try to aviod windy areas, and enclosed metal areas.
Dynamike Gain Control varies the microphone sensitivity. When set fully clockwise, it is very sensitive - and will be able to "hear" background noises easily. This position also can cause your voice to be distorted or garbled when approaching maximum under the right conditions as well as causing "bleed over" to adjacent channels. When set to minimum, you will need to speak clearly and directly into the microphone to be heard. Most people find a setting somewhere in the middle works best.
You should adjust the level to suit those that are listening to you by asking them if it sounds OK. This prevents them from having to turn their volume down whenever you speak. In a "one-to-one" conversation it is not as noticeable. The trouble comes when 3 or more are conversing. The third person's audio may be low or normal - and the listeners set their radio's volume so that they can hear that person easily. Then you transmit with booming mic audio and everyone scrambles to turn down the volume to save their ears / speakers. This can be very frustrating for the others having to constantly adjust the radio volume whenever you speak.
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This isn't an issue with your mic, this simply you hearing what your saying through the other persons ****. This occurs most often when the person your speaking with has their audio configured to play through their speaker rather than their **** or when the volume on the mike's speaker is so high that the **** picks it up. Reducing the volume on your **** may help the the situation.
On your GPS device, Touch settings>Select language>Select Voice and select the TTS(Test To Speech) man or women to speak.
Make sure the volume is up, and the mute is off.
The pre-recorded voices(those with out a persons name) have a limited vocabulary and do not speak names of locations or streets.
hope it helps you out
Firstly check that the sound has been enabled in your IM in the options or properties on the menu, and that your other persons volume slider is up in the IM software.
Open up windows movie maker 2 and make a short movie as this will help with any possible problems you may have on line.