[Chaosspawn23 at gmx.net: Re: search good gsmheadset.state file]
fercerpav at gmail.com
Tue May 12 22:30:05 CEST 2009
Forwarding to the ML, i assume you dropped Cc's by mistake.
----- Forwarded message from Konstantin <Chaosspawn23 at gmx.net> -----
Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 21:50:18 +0200
From: Konstantin <Chaosspawn23 at gmx.net>
To: Paul Fertser <fercerpav at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: search good gsmheadset.state file
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Paul Fertser schrieb:
> Konstantin <Chaosspawn23 at gmx.net> writes:
>> Paul Fertser schrieb:
>>> Konstantin <Chaosspawn23 at gmx.net> writes:
>>>> I have one that works for me(TM), however I don't know if it is okay to post it
>>>> via the mailing list. If you're interested, I could send it to you via private
>>>> mail, though.
>>> Are you really sure that the other party doesn't hear buzz? Because
>>> given experimental data if you use a headset mic you'll inevitably
>>> (and without any easy fix) have buzz.
>> I do have buzz using the headset (actually, both parties can hear the buzz) in
>> certain situations (I assume it depends on the quality of the GSM signal),
>> especially when riding a train while using the headset.
>> I assumed that buzz is a hardware problem and is thus not connected to the state
>> file you are using - the original poster seemed to have the problem of not
>> getting sound via the headset at all.
> I was surprised to see anyone using a headset mic at all because it's
> believed it's not usable because of the buzz. ;)
Well, it works nicely for me when I'm at home (where i usually take most phone
calls, anyway ;) ), and I actually use the headset quite often and for long (2
hours+) phone calls.
I guess it's like with the handset buzz and depends on various factors like
signal strength, gsm frequency and so on...
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