Are you looking to improve your audio quality? Check out this list of tips and tricks that will improve audio quality for Fongo Home Phone.
Motors and electronic devices sometimes generate electromagnetic fields.
- Your Fongo Adapter may be too close another device generating electromagnetic interference (i.e. electric motor, other electronics, high-power wires etc).
- Move the Fongo Adapter at least one meter (3′) away from other devices
- If you’ve plugged your Fongo Adapter to your house phone junction box, the lines running to your phone outlet in your house may be causing the line noise
- Plug a phone directly into the Fongo Adapter; if the problem is resolved then you know there is something is wrong with the phone lines in your house
As mentioned above, your internet connection and internet speed contribute to the quality of your calls. If your internet connection is insufficient, you may need to contact your internet provider to upgrade your internet. You may also want to check if other devices in your house using up your bandwidth; find which device is taking up the bandwidth and stop the service.
Faulty Ethernet cable can be a contributing factor to audio issues. Check your cables and replace as required.
The main phone plugged into your Fongo Home Phone transmits the wireless signal to the other wireless phones in your home, the quality of your phone system and the resulting wireless signal will affect your sound quality. You may want to consider upgrading your wireless phones.
To discuss other best practices please visit the Fongo User Forum for knowledge from your fellow users.