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This is a problem with most phones. TheJust pick any manufacturer and type their name in google and then put "echo problem" after it, without the quotes. You will see tons of phones have the same problem.

The
problem is they use the phone case as a type of speaker box. They allow the back of the speaker to "breath" into the case so that it can produce bass. That makes the speaker sound better and easier to understand people talking.
This is a problem with most phones. TheJust pick any manufacturer and type their name in google and then put "echo problem" after it, without the quotes. You will see tons of phones have the same problem.

The
problem is they use the phone case as a type of speaker box. They allow the back of the speaker to "breath" into the case so that it can produce bass. That makes the speaker sound better and easier to understand people talking.
 
If you have a noise cancellation mic at the top of the phone, you can usually put a piece of tape over it and that will help.
 
A better fix is to take the screws out of the back of the phone (if you are brave) and putt something like a piece of closed-cell foam near the bottom of the phone where the regular mic is. The idea is to keep the sound from the speaker from traveling into the regular mic. If you put the foam too close to the speaker, the callers will be a little hard to understand because their voice will have no bass and it will make the phone sound really cheap.
 
But it is a lot easier to put the tape over the top microphone. ;-)

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Post originale di: mark b ,

Testo:

This is a problem with most phones.  The problem is they use the phone case as a type of speaker box.  They allow the back of the speaker to "breath" into the case so that it can produce bass.  That makes the speaker sound better and easier to understand people talking.

If you have a noise cancellation mic at the top of the phone, you can usually put a piece of tape over it and that will help.

A better fix is to take the screws out of the back of the phone (if you are brave) and putt something like a piece of closed-cell foam near the bottom of the phone where the regular mic is.  The idea is to keep the sound from the speaker from traveling into the regular mic.  If you put the foam too close to the speaker, the callers will be a little hard to understand because their voice will have no bass and it will make the phone sound really cheap.

But it is a lot easier to put the tape over the top microphone. ;-)

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