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H350 on by pressing and holding the black "Talk" button on the side
of your headset. Hold it until the blue status starts to flash. To turn the
H350 off, simply hold the talk button until the headset turns off. Pair your
headset with your cell phone by entering into your cell phone's bluetooth
menu--Menu > Settings > Connection > Bluetooth Link > Setup (see
Resources below). Put your
Motorola H350 into pairing mode by holding the "Talk" with the device
turned off. Hold the button until the status light on the side of your headset
begins to flash, and turns back into a solid blue. Back in
your phone's bluetooth menu, choose the option to "Search/Discover"
bluetooth devices. And when your phone recognizes your H350, select the headset
and enter "0000" as the passcode.
The issue is with the PS3s compatibility with the H350. Sony should be fixing some of the issues with an update, but from what i've checked online, the H350 is a problematic headset. i just got one as well, and have connection issues with it online.
Sounds like this could be a volume control that might be on your PC and not the headset. Be sure all your levels are set correctly and all the correct audio hardware settings are in. Reason I say this is some sound cards and maybe even the drivers themselves might receive and play at a different volume than the transmit side of your Skype connection. Not sure but check to be certain.