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The volume on mine is horrible, its barand new but even with volume on high its very faint to hear the person.

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Hi. Are you making a call using skype or Yahoo messenger? Are you using a headset or external speakers and a microphone? Could you provide more detailed information of the problem so that i cant assist you with regards to your problem

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