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Topic # 11071 30-Dec-2006 04:34
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I have a PPC6700 with Sony Ericsson HBH610a(DSP) Bluetooth headset. I also have a AX2 as well and have same issue/

Problem:

About 50% of the people I speak to via the bluetooth headsets tell me my voice is faint, I generally can hear them fine.

Potential Solutions:

Find a Bluetooth Headset that offers higher volume

Change Pocket PC phones, could this be issue with PPC6700 and MS Bluetooth stack or just a phone issue

Is there a tested registry hack that might increase the volume on the PPC6700 and/or Bluetooth?


I am also looking at the new Jawbone Bluetooth headset as well.

I would appreciate any suggestions on how others have delt with this issue.


Sincerely

Dave



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  Reply # 56605 30-Dec-2006 14:16
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Hi There

I currently have the Apache (PPC-6700) I have used a number of headsets with this and when I had the Harrier, I am currently using Blueants X3 micro visit their website here



My father also has the same headset with his Nokia, volumes great also I can pair it with 3 devices... quick charging and small form factor, you can charge the headset 3 ways, DC Wall Charger, USB charger and Car Charger all come with headset...

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Reply # 56611 30-Dec-2006 15:34
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Yes, the Blueant is a great little headset. And it's available in North America as well.







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  Reply # 56615 30-Dec-2006 16:23
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Hi,

Thank You for the advice on the Blueant.

I have ordered a Jawbone www.jawbone.com, it is available from Cingular in US, there are a number of them overpriced on eBay.

It has a very high level voice cancelling technology, company was funded by DARPA.

I still have the question regarding any registry hack on the volume. There is a volume entry in the registry.

Thank You

Dave


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  Reply # 56617 30-Dec-2006 16:49
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Golfman32: Hi,

Thank You for the advice on the Blueant.

I have ordered a Jawbone www.jawbone.com, it is available from Cingular in US, there are a number of them overpriced on eBay.

It has a very high level voice cancelling technology, company was funded by DARPA.

I still have the question regarding any registry hack on the volume. There is a volume entry in the registry.

Thank You

Dave




Looks good mate

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