Audio Echo
Posted by on 06 May 2011 11:31 AM

Echos in your meeting can be very frustrating and make it difficult to communicate.  An echo is created when the output from one presenter's speakers is picked up by another presenter's microphone, and therefore broadcast out again. This can sound like an echo, or a feedback loop.  Please try the following things to resolve the issue:

1. All Presenter's or Attendee's who will be allowed to share should be on headsets, or at least using headphones.  This will make sure that the sound coming out of your meeting isn't picked up by your microphone.

2.  If this is not a viable solution for you, separate your speakers from your microphone as much as possible.  

3.  Adjust the volume setting of your speakers to be as low as possible, while still being able to comfortably hear them.

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