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General No noise cancelling second microphone

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sprior, Apr 22, 2010.

  1. sprior

    sprior New Member
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    One thing the Incredible doesn't have that the Nexus One does is the fancy noise cancellation technology. I'm a little surprised at how little this is being mentioned and I'm also puzzled at why this feature was dropped since on paper it sounds like such a good thing. Does anyone have experience with how well it worked? Did it not work out as well as planned, was it a cost saving measure to drop it, or does nobody actually talk directly into their phone anymore?
     

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  2. Crashumbc

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    I saw a video where their did mic comparisons between the N1 and Inc. you couldn't tell the difference.

    I think noise canceling is one of those things might work well for headphones.

    but cell phones not so much
     
  3. guyheavensent

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    I think HTC has their own system/hardware/software built in that serves the same function as dual mics. It was done to save on size and weight on the device. No complaints yet on my voice quality during calls.
     
  4. ccoager

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    I can't speak for android but you can do noise cancellation through software.
     
  5. QrafTee

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    I believe this was intentionally left out so that there is a little variation between the Google Nexus One, HTC Desire, and HTC Droid Incredible.
     

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