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Old 12-27-2007, 01:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question BT Headset= Motorola H700. Volume Increase..??

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I'm definitely a neub...but I have already increased the BB's volume to max. Using this Motorola H700 supposed noise cancelling headset, I seem to require a deadzone as far as outside noise is concerned. I can't hear squat..! ( in Anglisee...that means the volume is quite low...right? LOL)

Ok...I know I've aged a tad..but this is not going to work, at least not in my vehicle. (Yea, Ive gone into profiles on the BB to see if that would help as well...nada.)

For now the plan is use this BT headset, but soon I am thinking of going with a Garmin Nuvi 660 that is BT / FM transmit capable.

So for now, is there any way one can reprogram/reflash this BT headset for a louder profile..??

Thanx in advanz
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Old 12-27-2007, 02:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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It's all programmed into the BB's OS. There is no way to change it short of an OS upgrade. Are you using the latest OS? Look in Options >About and post your OS version. It will start with 4.2.2.xx.
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I've used an H700 and found it to be very loud...I would not keep it on the loudest setting as it was not comfortable.

Can you confirm that you've turned up the volume on the headset itself? The up and down volume buttons are on the top and bottom of the headset (oriented when it's sitting in place on your ear...button on top is increase, on the bottom is decrease, press both at the same time to mute or un-mute.
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Good advice. However, it does have a lot to do with the OS, as well.
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OS is 4.2.2.176

I did not realize that the 2 volume buttons on the H700 were opposite use of ea other..duh. I have hit them both at the same time ... again duh.! That's probably the reason. I shall attempt to rectify my duh-ness and try using the h700 with one or the other volume button and see where that leads me. thanx

However the main thing though is whether my BT is / will be good enough to consider a Garmin nuvi 660. That remains to be seen or commented upon as well.

thanx,

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