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Topic # 204238 22-Sep-2016 21:52
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Over the past few weeks, I have noticed that the call volume on my iP6 has seemed quieter and quieter at max volume.

 

I was at a trade show this week and had to make a call in a moment's gap in appointments, yet could hardly hear the person on the other end (on a landline) and found that again yesterday with another call.

 

Anyone else experienced that?

 

Volume is set at max and is fine on Speaker or when I use my Plantronics Bluetooth headset. It's just the 'normal' ear part that seems to be going quiet.






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  Reply # 1639084 22-Sep-2016 23:24
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Next time try shifting the ear piece around on your ear?

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  Reply # 1639093 22-Sep-2016 23:49
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I've seen this fault before on a 6. IIRC we had to get the speaker replaced.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1639101 23-Sep-2016 01:42
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Sounds like a speaker fault

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