While in a phone call, my NCH 700 headphones are not playing back my voice into the earphones so that I can hear myself clearly. I can only hear myself a little externally and I think I'm probably raising my voice significantly because of this. My only other solution is to remove one side of the headphones while in a voice call.
Is there a way to enable voice feedback from the microphones to the headphones for one's own voice?
Thank you for your post and welcome to the Bose Community.
Yes, there is a way that you can adjust this via a feature called Self Voice Adjustment! This can be adjusted inside the Bose Music App under settings > Self Voice Adjustment.
If you have any issues finding this feature then please do let us know!
Hector B - Community Support
I'm sorry to hear that you are still experiencing this issue!
What device do you have your headphones connected to and are you connected through Bluetooth or using the cable?
Are you using built-in network calls or VoIP calls?
Does conversation mode work on your headphones?
I'd also recommend resetting your headphones and ensuring that the latest firmware version is installed.
To update please visit btu.bose.com on your computer and follow the instructions.
I look forward to hearing back from you.
Ok. Did those things and already had the latest update. When on a call, if I switch back and forth between High and None for Self Voice, I hear a little difference in background noise pickup and maybe a very small difference in my voice, but sounds like talking with your hands over your ears.
I'm using a Samsung Note 8 phone via Bluetooth on a network call.
Thanks for getting back to me!
Do you have any problems with your noise-cancellation is general?
Could you please connect to an alternative device and test for the same results?