Poor sound quality

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 3' started by rbyham, Feb 5, 2012.

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    I like my d3 but have noticed audio gets real choppy with greater frequency than other phones I have had. It seems to correlate to using the "armored" case and belt holster combo. In other words it improves if I remove the case. But I love the protection of the case. Have others had difficulty? Is there a better belt holster to use? Thanks...

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    Mine has no case and I have the same trouble

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    Are you streaming audio with bluetooth?

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    Faraday Cage

    I know this was posted like a year ago, but I had to comment.

    Your "armored" case and holster probably contains a significant amount of metal. Encasing your phone in metal creates a Faraday cage (Faraday cage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) that blocks out the electromagnetic signals your phone uses to communicate.

    From the Wikipedia Article:
    The reception of external radio signals, a form of electromagnetic radiation, through an antenna within a cage can be greatly attenuated or even completely blocked by the cage itself.
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