My headset has a loose wire on the left speaker, how do I dismantle the headset without causing damage to the headset?
Recently on an HP desktop computer I found setting the device in the Sounds and Audio Device Control panel Voice Tab (and possibly Audio Tab) to reduce the issues with the device ceasing to work. Setting the device from the Sound Icon in the System tray recently only a very temporary fix where the settings reverted to the Sounds and Audio Device Control panel settings in at most minutes. This is at best an I hope it helps solution as I do not know your specific hardware and software configuration we cannot test a solution.
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Echo is usually caused by the transmit (speak) level on the unit being
set too high.
1. First, try lowering the volume of the telephone. If you still hear an echo, adjust the volume of the headset itself.
2. The master transmit controls of the headset are the ABCD switch settings on the bottom of the base. A is the lowest and D is the highest setting.
3. You can fine tune this setting with the plus (+) and minus (-) buttons on the back of the charging base.
4. If this doesn't fix the echo, try moving the configuration dial on the left side of the charging base. The recommended setting for most phones is 1.
LJBENGE try to visit this site http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/windows-vista/Search.aspx?type=Hardware&s=Plantronics%20DSP%20500%20headset and try the drivers for vista... good luck!
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