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Hi guys just wondering what you think of the sound quality during a conversation on the phone ?

mine seems quite muffled ??


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Fine for me, in general the Motorola's I've used have always been very good on the making call side.

My Nexus 4 used to distort really badly if I had earpiece up full in a call, cranked my moto all the way up yesterday, crystal clear  :D


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Fine for me, in general the Motorola's I've used have always been very good on the making call side.

My Nexus 4 used to distort really badly if I had earpiece up full in a call, cranked my moto all the way up yesterday, crystal clear  :D

Hmm might be me getting old and going deaf !  :huh:


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Hi, experiencing the same issue, generally most calls are very muffed. Some sort of background echo noise sometimes. I've had quite a few smart phones and this is the worst is terms of call quality. Just wondering if i have a faulty unit?


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I've made one call (I hate phones) in a week and wasn't at all impressed either.

It was like a lot of noise suppression was being used because it seemed like the other person had gone dead at the other end and then when they spoke it took a millisecond to wake up again so kept missing the start of words etc.


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Manage to swap my handset for another one, the background echo noise has gone! But in terms of quality still not the best. I did speak with Motorola tech support before swapping out the handset, he mentioned about getting a new replacement sim card. He had another customer with bad quality calls and after replacing the sim that did the trick.

 

I'm on T-Mob but have a spare O2 sim so decided to swap it just to test. Must admit using the O2 sim the voice call seems a bit clearer. 


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Manage to swap my handset for another one, the background echo noise has gone! But in terms of quality still not the best. I did speak with Motorola tech support before swapping out the handset, he mentioned about getting a new replacement sim card. He had another customer with bad quality calls and after replacing the sim that did the trick.

 

I'm on T-Mob but have a spare O2 sim so decided to swap it just to test. Must admit using the O2 sim the voice call seems a bit clearer. 

 

Just an update, manage to get a brand new Sim from T-mobile. Tried a few calls the quality does seem a tad clearer, still not good as my HTC one S though.


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