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Microphone ...talking is not clear to others

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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  • geckomecrazy Dec 15, 2007

    I have the same problem and it's not just some times it's all the time and it's brand new. Doesn't matter if I'm in the car or in the house or at the store. It never has worked right.

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I can't hear anything on my H550, is it possible that I muted it and don't know it?

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I am experiencing the same problem. A lot of electro-magnetic noise disguises my voice. Who knows how to fix it?

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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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

Posted on Nov 07, 2007

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