Improving Bluetooth sound quality in Leitner 300 series headsets

Updated by on Mar 1, 2024

People saying you don't sound too good in Bluetooth?

Here are a few bits of advice to make you sound as good as possible with our Leitner Bluetooth headsets!

  • Adjust the microphone volume
    • Each mode can save it's own microphone volume, so to improve how you sound in Bluetooth, simply flip the headset base over and hit the down arrow 3 times. This will make the quality jump up substantially
  • Perform a resync
  • Try forgetting device in the phone and then re-pair the headset to the phone
  • If the volume is high, try lowering the call volume on your phone. If it gets too low, hit the + button on the headset itself. This should equalize everything and make the caller sound better to you
  • If the sound is too quiet, trying turning up the volume on your phone, adjusting the headset volume as needed

These should get you sounding like honey!

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What is Headset Answers?

This is the internal support database for Headsets.com. We manufacture and sell office headsets in North America. With over 25 years' experience in the business, we know headsets.

Please use our support database for free headset support, whether you’re a Customer of ours (or not). If you have problems, suggestions, or unanswered questions, please email us at hello@headsets.com (compliments also welcomed 😀)

Looking for office headsets in the UK? Check out Headsets.co.uk.

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