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HTC Stereo Headphones is better than sony ?

HTC Stereo Headphones in different sizes to ensure a good fit. A flat, tangle-free cable features a three-button volume control as well as an in-line microphone. The headphones are compatible with HTC's exclusive enhanced audio profile for a superior audio experience.

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Yes. HTC headphones are better than Sony nowadays.

Posted on Dec 31, 2014

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SOURCE: mic doesn work

same thing happened to me, it wouldn't even work when i went to control panel -> audio devices -> mic test   i think i'm just going to return it for a different model.

headphones worked well though

Posted on Oct 25, 2007

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SOURCE: Iam unable to call my frends through yahoo messenger by using logitech usb type headphones on mythoshiba laptop

Go into your sound controls and disable any other playback/recording hardware besides the logitech headset. Yahoo will still mute the headset but you can put the volume back up and start using it. Cheap work around but it works for me. I found that when using the headset, yahoo was trying to use my onboard sound devices instead of the headset.

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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SOURCE: Cannot use microphone.

Hi I have had a similar problem with a Mic, too things to try , first try it on a different appliance to rule out the appliance you are using, if it still doesn't work then it's most likely a short somewhere, tough to repair but worth a shot if you have the patience.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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SOURCE: pairing s9 headphones w/krzr

OK I managed to get my head set to work. Make sure the unit is charged, press and hold both the 'ON' button (on neck piece) and the "PLAY/PAUSE' button on the right earpiece. Keep holding then the LED should flash Blue three times THEN flash alternate RED and BLUE. You should then be able to Pair the Device. Good luck

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Microphone in Ventrilo is too low

try on another pc in sound recorder if working there then the headset is not the problem. try uninstalling the sound card and rebooting the pc.
may correct the issue.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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