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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by oOMavrikOo, Mar 22, 2012.

  1. oOMavrikOo

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    I've been using a set of LG Bluetooth headphones with my Evo 3D since Christmas with no issues. When I connected them to my RAZR the sound quality was incredibly bad. I had to max the volume on both the phone and the headphones and sound was very distorted and seemed to have too much treble. Is this a known issue or do i have a bad phone?
     

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    I just use an earpiece on occasion, not a full headset. I have never had issues with the volume or quality with my phone. And my hearing sucks!
     
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    I use an earpiece too, which is also made by Motorola. No issues here.
     
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    I will be watching this thread closely because I use a Rocketfish Bluetooth stereo headset with my X and will be switching to a Razr very soon.

    On a helpful note; my headset has different adjustable audio settings as well as the phone and some music players. Maybe you need to find the combo that is right for you. hope you find a solution to your problem.
     

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