Transmit volume adjustment
Adjust the volume of transmitted sound according to personal preference.
To adjust the volume:
1. Make a telephone call and ask the person you are calling to assist
2. Press the +/– buttons on the headset simultaneously for 2 seconds.
A beep will indicate when 2 seconds has passed.
3. Adjust the volume level by pressing the + or – button.
4. When the person you are speaking with fi nds the volume of your
voice appropriate, press the +/– buttons simultaneously for 2
seconds. This setting is now stored in the headset.
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Volume adjustment is made by depressing the two + and - together until beep is heard
once beep is heard press the + button several times until louder bleep is heard this will increase transmission from headset and cure the problem
I had this problem a few months ago, make sure the small wheel on the side is set on A. (if you look closly at the wheel there are very small and hard to see letters on there.) this should get rid of the buzzing.
It sounds like your microphone volume is too loud. Get someone on a call with you so they can tell you how it sounds as you adjust it. Turn down the mic volume by pressing the + & - buttons on the earpiece together once which puts the earpiece into mic adjust mode. Then decrease the mic volume by pressing the minus button a few times until it sounds right. The earpiece will automatically revert to normal mode within a few seconds.
If this doesn't work it may be that you need to adjust the compatibility setting for the new phone. This is the small black dial on the base station. The most common setting is 'A' but you may need to experiment with other settings for that phone.
I've had this same probelm and after much pressing of buttons eventualy fixed it by reading the manual... :s
Last page page of Quick Set-Up Guide under "Transmit volume adjustment":
1.) Make call to another phone user to assist. 2.) Press + and - on the headset at the same time. 3.) Adjust volume by pressing either - and +. 4.) Confirm volume with helper. 5.) Wait for 10secs and the settings will store.
I was also experiencing the same problem (also after a power failure / storm) -- apparently good battery charge, connections ok, etc. I then tried removing the battery from the headset itself, waited 30 seconds, and then reinstalled the battery. This seems to have resolved the problem.
It is fairly easy to open the clamshell, but you will need a very fine Phillips screwdriver to remove the battery hold-in (it's really not a hold-down, it just keeps the battery in place. Reassemble the same way -- be sure to keep positive to positive and negative to negative.
If you are having echo problems while not on a call (you are wearing the headset, it is active, but you are not currently on the phone with anyone), there are 3 ways to counteract this:
-When you are done with a call, you can click your Multifunction button on your headset (middle one inbetween the volume controls).
-Move the microphone away from your mouth when you are not on a call.
-A more permanent solution: decrease the sensitivity of your microphone. To do this, click and hold the increase and decrease volume buttons on your headset ( + & - ) for 3 seconds. Let the buttons up after 3 seconds and push the lower volume button 2 or 3 times. Wait 6 more seconds and it will beep at you. After you have done this, make a call to someone in the office to be sure the sensitivity has not been lowered so much that others can?t hear you.