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Loud background noise

Whenever i call someone there is a loud background noise and can't hear the caller speak very well. The background noise is very buzzy. Where can i fix this or how can i fix it?

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Have you already tried to lower the volume on the headset itself some steps, during the call, until you hear the conversation clearly?
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