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Aktuelle Version von: Jim Banville ,

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When outdoors and not around anything solid that can reflect and reinforce the Bluetooth signal from a phone to these (or most Bluetooth headphones), the human body can easily block the signal and cause audio to cut out. This can be shown by placing the phone in your rear pants pockets on the opposite side of the headphone receiverreceiver, while in an empty field or parking lot. This is a common problem and many people have discovered it's their body itself "causing" the Bluetooth audio drop outs. I'd like to see if there is a way to open up the cups on the jabra move and extend the antenna across the headband and into the left ear cup.
When outdoors and not around anything solid that can reflect and reinforce the Bluetooth signal from a phone to these (or most Bluetooth headphones), the human body can easily block the signal and cause audio to cut out. This can be shown by placing the phone in your rear pants pockets on the opposite side of the headphone receiverreceiver, while in an empty field or parking lot. This is a common problem and many people have discovered it's their body itself "causing" the Bluetooth audio drop outs. I'd like to see if there is a way to open up the cups on the jabra move and extend the antenna across the headband and into the left ear cup.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Jim Banville ,

Text:

When outdoors and not around anything that can reflect and reinforce the Bluetooth signal from a phone to these (or most Bluetooth headphones), the human body can easily block the signal and cause audio to cut out. This can be shown by placing the phone in your rear pants pockets on the opposite side of the headphone receiver. I'd like to see if there is a way to open up the cups on the jabra move and extend the antenna across the headband and into the left ear cup.

Status:

open