Really, I don’t. Why does someone leave a TV on (very loud – blaring) to make an important business call to another person? I finally turned the TV down because it was giving me a headache.
Honestly, I have no idea how the person on the other side of the phone could hear anything said on this side of the phone, and I have no idea how the individual on this side of the phone could hear anything over the very loud noises from the TV. It is one of those WTF moments I have from time to time — when someone complains about my loud voice and then have conversations over the phone with a TV screaming in the room. Nope, I just don’t get it.
Maybe BitcoDavid can clear this up. Is this something like headphones plugging out extraneous sound? Only, I know that the phone can amplify the sound of the room right back into the headset unless you put your hand over the mouthpiece. Hearing people! Who understand’s ’em?
It is quiet in my room and my hearing aid is out and off. Ahhh….. so nice.