My motorola H500 works fine except that people often say that I sound muffled or garbled on their end...sometimes they say it sounds fine; other times my voice is not clear or is too soft...any suggestions
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These items work with radio waves hence conditions play a big part in the transmition between phone and earpiece.Take note of where your phone is ie ( pocket ,beltclip ) when it is working fine and try to make that the norm.
I've experiance all sorts of weird behavior from phones here in Aus when the weather starts to get very humid or there is a heavy cloud cover
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This is usually caused by speaking with the radio microphone too close to your mouth, and talking loudly.
Keep the radio microphone between 3-6 inches from your moputh and speak in a normal level tone, and this my friend should resolve the issue, if still this doesn't resolve the issue, then turning your RF output to a lower setting, depending on the distance between you and your intended contact. There is no need for full RF power if your communicating with someone else within 5 miles of your location, unless there are many obstacles, i.e,. buildings hills etc,. between you and them.
The problem isn't with your microphone. I'm using a Shure PG-48 Professional Stage Mic through an analog mixer board into a Soundblaster X-Fi Fatal!ty and still get garbled transmissions, but only on Google Talk.
Google Talk is still in it's early stages, so a lot of bugs still need to be worked out. Also, your internet connection speed has a lot to do with it. When I moved to a city that had T3 internet, my garbled transmissions were fewer.
The problem you are experiencing is not a mic problem, or the problem would also be associated with the two-way radio portion of the radio. Your radio is either in need of repair or you have a bad, low or defective battery. It takes more energy to transmit or use the unit as a phone than to simply receive.
If your radio is under warranty (less than 1 yr old) you can return it to the place of purchase for warranty replacement or service. After warranty repair is also available through Motorola's factory depot. Ask your local dealer.
This is a common problem with speaker phones as well since they (as is your headset) forced to switch back and forth so microphone and 'speaker' are not on at the same time to prevent feedback.
The squeal from feedback would be far more irritating.
Your previous phone in conjunction with your headset were simply (and accidentally) a better combination.
may b ur headset has fallen on ground once... may it is the problem with ur cellphone... or may be problem with ur network connection which may b in particular place... check wit these things,,, try others headset and check in ur handset....
Most likely you're covering the phone's bluetooth radio. Try putting your phone in a shirt pocket closer to your headset. Try it right side up, then upside down. Sometime the bluetooth radio (or antenna) is at the bottom of the phone.