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People are having trouble hearing me with the h700

When talking with people, I can turn the hearing volume up and down quite easily. They are having trouble hearing me. Is there a way of adjusting the volume out.

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  • akokkalis Nov 18, 2008

    i can hear very good but they cant hear me.

  • wylietcoyote Mar 04, 2009

    I have the same issue, I have a Black Berry Curve and it was working fine with the H700C until about 2 weeks ago and now i can hear the caller but that cant hear me. I have deleted the and reconnected the head set it doesnt work, It almost like the mic on the headset is on mute. (i checked the phone is not on mute)

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Canuck703 Has the same problem people can't hear me but I can hear them really good on my motorola h700. Please help

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  • Anonymous Mar 08, 2009

    People can't hear me talking to them but i can hear them just fine. I messed with the volume but still doesn't matter. Please help thank you.

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