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Echo in hs850 headset

When I am talking to others on their cell phones while using my headset, they complain that they can hear their voice echoing back to them. Several people have told me this. I tried changing the volume on the headset, but it didn't seem to work. Any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    Have a HX550 people hear echos when talking to them. I have an LG Optimus G that is up to date on software. Have made sure encryption is off and have turned down volume on phone still have echo.

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You did not say what phone you are using but I found that this problem went away for me when I changed a setting on my blackberry. I turned "encryption" off in the bluetooth settings on my blackberry 7100t and solved the echo problem. Alternatively, there might be a "compression" setting also. This one made no difference for me but might for you on your device. Also, make sure any firmware or software updates for your phone have been applied. On blackberry devices you do this via a PC. On cell phones it usually involves a reset or update from some buried menu options or call to their tech support. good luck.

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