Bluetooth Headset Voice Quality


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  1. tipopilota

    tipopilota Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I currently have a Jawbone II headset and just got my Droid a couple days ago. My wife keeps on saying that when she calls me that my voice is very echoy. is this a common issue w/ the Droid, or is there something I need to try to do to possibly fix this issue. Other then this, the phone is great, but because I live off my bluetooth headset this is a big issue for me.
     

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    tipopilota Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Any suggestions.. I just did a test call to my work VM to see how bad it really is.. And yes it does sound bad.. I hate to exchange this phone, but it is looking more and more that way.. Other then this issue. the phone is great.
     
  3. headcase

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    Other than to try deleting and repairing, swapping Droids, or swapping BT headsets (remember -- process of elimination)... nothing else I could suggest, besides going with another brand of BT headset.

    I use a Joby Zivio boom headset with my Droid, and it works perfectly every time.
     
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    tipopilota Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yep, tried repairing already and doing a factory reset. Now the new BT will be here tomorrow, so hopefully that is the ticket. We shall see.
     
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    punkzanyj Well-Known Member

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    I use a plantronics stereo headset/headphone. You can detach the second earpiece to use it as a headset on my G1 and people say I sound great.
     

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