Support Low Volume on Bluetooth call

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by summoandroid, Oct 5, 2012.

  1. summoandroid

    summoandroid Active Member
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    I love my s3. The only complaint I have is when I have my bluetooth headset on the volume of the caller is to low. I use Plantronics Voyager, Voyager + and Voyager Hd.

    On my Motorola Photon I had no problems with this. On my old Iphone 4 I had no problem.

    Anyone have an idea for me?

    I use this for business every day.

    Thanks.
     

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  2. valorian

    valorian Well-Known Member
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    Not sure on this. Any way you can try a non Plantronics headset? I have the Motorola Elite Flip and the volume is very loud. My Bluetooth volume bar is maybe at 25%.
     
  3. mccoubd

    mccoubd Member
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    This is also my biggest complaint on the S3 - I use a Motorola Bluetooth earpiece and I struggle to hear the person I am speaking to. This problem also existed on the S2.

    One would have thought that Samsung would have fixed this in the S3. :thinking:
     
  4. spartanrob

    spartanrob Active Member
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    Similar problem, thought it was just me. I use my S3 through my Ford Sync and I have to turn the radio volume way up to hear the callers, but then the Sync system volume is way too loud.
     
  5. sargeslaughter

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    I use a headset by "SoundID" (510 model). They are known for extremely loud headsets. I never have a problem hearing after getting this. It blows away my old Jabra. If you look around you can find them for cheaper. I paid $40 for mine.
     
  6. mccoubd

    mccoubd Member
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    Have you tried it with the Samsung GS3 on Jellybean though?

    There are loads of posts on the net about this problem and I'd be surprised if a specific headset cured the problem.

    Be interested to hear if you have tried it as above.
     

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