1. tooshifty's Avatar
    Well I just got a new stereo receiver (sony mex-bt2700) and it has bluetooth capabilities. Pairing was pretty simple and I was playing music within a minute or so. Only problem is I can hear a faint hissing noise in the background. Its more noticable as you turn up the volume. I dont have this problem playing from cds so I'm pretty sure its the BT.

    Any tips?
    06-09-09 10:30 PM
  2. Pendy's Avatar
    Bluetooth is a radio wave so that could very well be the problem (crank your FM radio and you will hear static). However I think it is not the bluetooth. The same problem occurs with any mp3 player (I'm assuming you're streaming mp3's - whether from phone or mp3 player). Mp3 is a lower quality music format than what is found on a CD, hence the hissing. My guess is your BT is just fine.

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    06-17-09 03:09 AM
  3. zwood's Avatar
    Turn the volume of the phone up to maximum and then adjust the volume of your audio system to your liking.
    06-17-09 08:38 AM
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