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Bluetooth mic input so high its peaking

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13th April 2014, 09:34 AM   |  #1  
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I have a problem with my HTC One Max and my Plantronics Legend.
When in call people say they can't understand me because it's too loud.
In technical terms it's called peaking.
Is there a way to decrease bluetooth mic input when in calls?
My push to talk app zello sounds perfectly fine where it is as I tweaked it's recording down a bit.

I'm on Stock (Rooted) Kit Kat.
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13th April 2014, 04:32 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by enettrek

I have a problem with my HTC One Max and my Plantronics Legend.
When in call people say they can't understand me because it's too loud.
In technical terms it's called peaking.
Is there a way to decrease bluetooth mic input when in calls?
My push to talk app zello sounds perfectly fine where it is as I tweaked it's recording down a bit.

I'm on Stock (Rooted) Kit Kat.

My dad and I both have this phone and the legend. Neither one of us have this issue. Do you have the latest firmware on the legend?

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14th April 2014, 05:40 PM   |  #3  
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My dad and I both have this phone and the legend. Neither one of us have this issue. Do you have the latest firmware on the legend?

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I've updated the firmware twice... Even swapped it for another at best buy to see if it was the headset.
I went back to my epic 4g touch and it works fine with no complaints on the other side.
I've tried both JB and Kit Kat versions on the HTC One Max with the same results in complaints that the
other side of the conversation can't understand me.
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I'm thinking about the problem and I'm wondering if the Aslamixer program by skvalex can edit the input control volume of the bluetooth...
If so what control do I need to edit for it.
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I'm thinking about the problem and I'm wondering if the Aslamixer program by skvalex can edit the input control volume of the bluetooth...
If so what control do I need to edit for it.

Did you tweak any of the voice options in the firmware updater?

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Did you tweak any of the voice options in the firmware updater?

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I didn't tweak any of the options.. kept the default, no matter how every time I tilted my head it thought I laid it down... lol
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I didn't tweak any of the options.. kept the default, no matter how every time I tilted my head it thought I laid it down... lol

Oh. So you can resync it by turning it off and laying it flat.....then turn it on and don't touch it for five seconds. That's a quick fix. My permanent fix was to disable those Damn smart sensors.

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