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If you're hearing static, first check the battery life on your phone to see if it needs to be charged; there may be enough power to attempt a call, but not enough power to locate the signal. Next check your bars of signal strength and ensure your antenna is fully extended; you could be in a poor reception area or have an interference such as weather conditions, building structures or other electronic devices.
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Loose cables or cables that are not grounded properly can cause static. Check the connections to make sure all cables are connected correctly. Also, try adjusting the input volume from the media player you are using or from the sound control panel in your system tray.
Cell phones and radios can create interference with electronic devices due to the signal strength and frequencies that they use. We have found that some of these devices create a "clicking" or "static" sound through the telephone speaker. The interference can be minimized by moving the cell phone or radio away from your phone.
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Please adjust the preference of your Real Player for the most reliable video by opening Real Player and going to Tools-->Preferences-->Playback settings. Set buffer play to 45 seconds. Then click on Hardware in the prefernces menu and Video Card Compatiblity at the bottom should be set to most reliable or Use Optimized Video Display Unchecked (depending on your version of the Real Player). Currently, the program is set up to send both greetings. However, if you are not having a party at Chuck E.
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Note: Noise could be coming from incoming calls and/or cordless phones which DRN has no control over.
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It is not normal to hear buzzing. This can be caused by interference with cordless handsets or faulty grounding in the phone circuitry. Try another corded phone to see if the buzz stops. Connect your phone directly to the IAD to eliminate any possible faulty wiring problems in the home circuitry. This can be a result of a carrier routing particular calls over a route where high latency occurs.
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If you have an older machine (Pentium 2 class), close any unnecessary applications to free up resources. Let MixMeister finish calculating the BPM and building plots. (Consider leaving it running overnight.) Then, try playback again.
Due to the arid Colorado climate, particularly during the winter months, your phone and other electronic devices within your office can be susceptible to electrostatic discharge (between you and the device). In many cases it may help decrease the occurrence by having your office carpet sprayed with an antistatic spray. You can request this service from UCAR Physical Plant Services (PPS) at extension 1120 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hearing is a series of events in which the ear converts sound waves into electrical signals and causes nerve impulses to be sent to the brain where they are interpreted as sound. The ear has three main parts: the outer, middle, and inner ear. Sound waves enter through the outer ear and reach the middle ear, where they cause the ear drum to vibrate. The vibrations are transmitted through three tiny bones in the middle ear called the ossicles.
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Why wouldn’t Apple have included a dock for the iPhone/iPod with the AppleTV? Looking ahead, allowing the iPhone/iPod to be displayed on your TV sure would be easier if the unit were docked into the AppleTV. Since the iPhone is using the same docking design as the current iPods, having a built-in dock in the AppleTV would allow for users to view their iPhones on their TV. I’d also like to thank you for listening and responding to your blog’s questions.
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If you're getting feedback (an echo or "squelch") whenever you talk on your phone, try turning down the volume. In some cases, your microphone can hear your earpiece (this is especially true for hands-free car kits). Adjusting your volume to a lower setting should help.
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You don't have a router or your router is not configured properly. Ask your ISP technical support for a proper solution.
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Well, there is (almost) no demand for static libraries so far. If you want them anyway and are capable to deal with the problems as described in the in question above, then you may retrieve the set of Makefiles for OS/2 and build them on your own.
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Converting VHS to DVD - DVD X Maker FAQs
Answer: You must get the latest drivers for your sound card. These generally are available from the web site for the manufacturer of your drive. Answer: For safety reasons, DVD X Maker requires that the DVD Video Path end in "\DVD-Video\". The files in this directory are deleted and rebuilt when you build and burn a DVD. DVD X Maker will not automatically erase the files in that directory unless the proper naming convention is used.
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This is typically an indication of radio frequency interference. Try moving the base unit to another location in the home, preferably on the highest level of the home. Move the base to another electrical outlet if plugged into the same outlet with another appliance. If you have multiple cordless phones of the same frequency, separate them as much as possible. Avoid placing the base next to a major appliance, such as a TV, personal computer or microwave oven.
CB Radios "Q & A" FAQ & Information
A - Just like you car Stereo's AM/FM Bands, where the "AM" has more interference than the "FM", CB channels are transmitted & received using a similar "AM" type of transmission mode. Other two-way Radios like FRS, GMRS, Police scanners ect all receive in an "FM" mode. Again, with CB, just as switching to "AM" on your car stereo, you will notice more static than when on FM.
Frequently Asked Questions - IPK
Verify that your red MIC light is on. If not on, activate by pressing your MIC button (or Feature 1 if you don't have a MIC button)
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Answer Tones are available to all GSM postpaid customers whose accounts are set up on a legacy rate plan. Confused? If you're not sure, ask a Customer Care representative at 1-800-331-0500. Once you purchase and set up Answer Tones, all callers to your phone will be able to hear them, regardless of where they're calling or their phone type.