[Dixielandjazz] Fw: echo chamber

Burt Wilson futurecon at earthlink.net
Sun Nov 9 23:30:31 PST 2003

The problem is that he is on a half-duplex line. Switch to full duplex (if
you can) and you will not hear an echo.

Burt "Is the full moon still out there?" Wilson

> [Original Message]
> From: Bob Romans <cellblk7 at comcast.net>
> To: DJML <dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com>
> Date: 11/9/03 8:46:36 PM
> Subject: [Dixielandjazz] Fw: echo chamber
> Hi Listmates...a friend is having a problem with his Internet
phone...have any of you ever encountered this problem! If so, what did you
> TIA.
> Bob Romans
> Hi Bob ... 
> Another computer question: :-)) 
> Problem: 
> When using the internet phone, I get my own voice feedback thru my desk
> There is a slight delay and sometimes an echo chamber effect. 
> The person at the other end can sometimes hear it, but usually not. 
> It seems to be just on my speakers. Adjusting the volume on the speakers
does not 
> eliminate the echo. Naturally, this makes it very difficult to talk. 
> Are there settings in the "Control" and in the "Sounds and Audio"
settings that need adjusting? 
> I have tried disconnecting and reconnecting the speakers, turning the
computer off, and redialing 
> but the problem remains. I have an XP Pro computer. I am using a Logitec
> Thanks for ... any ... help. 
> Cliff
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