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By nickhem, Junior Member on 29th April 2014, 01:32 PM
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6th May 2014, 08:04 AM |#31  
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Then probably most reviewers also have low standarts, cause only a quick search on google gives this

http://www.trustedreviews.com/sony-x...verdict_Page-5

http://www.whathifi.com/review/sony-xperia-z2

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pho...226987/review/

Everyone who reviews call quality is more than satisfied with it, so no, to me it doesnt seem like all z2's problem, more like some unlucky ones

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I'm hoping indeed this isn't something that is affecting every Z2 out there (well this thread kind of shows it isn't a problem with every unit). I'm just afraid that earpiece quality isn't such a huge priority for most of the people, and thats why they don't report the issue or are just willing to overlook it, since the phone is a solid performer in almost every other regard.
 
 
7th June 2015, 10:28 PM |#32  
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I have the exact same problem
I am on vodafone EG
Have anyone found a solution?
8th June 2015, 08:17 AM |#33  
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My problem is the opposite, I can hear the other person clearly, but everybody says that they nearly can't hear me. If I use my headphones then there is no problem, so I suspect that there is a hardware problem with the microphone...
Too bad
12th June 2015, 07:55 AM |#34  
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Did you try record own voice via microphone?
12th June 2015, 08:01 AM |#35  
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I mean no disrespect to anyone however I would check the quality of the phone and check the quality of the headphones you get what you pay for! after that list of those two things.... I'd use a dry q tip to clean the jack (your is phone in different environments all day. Dust,lint & Doritos crumbs can take a toll on any small electronic device)
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12th June 2015, 09:29 AM |#36  
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I mean no disrespect to anyone however I would check the quality of the phone and check the quality of the headphones you get what you pay for! after that list of those two things.... I'd use a dry q tip to clean the jack (your is phone in different environments all day. Dust,lint & Doritos crumbs can take a toll on any small electronic device)

Actually, I used a brush teeth to softly clean the holes of the microphones and it seems to be working better.
We'll see...
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