Question about Acer 90.00012.30B Computer Speakers
Try right clicking on yout Volume Icon in the system tray (where your clock is). Click on Open Volume Control.
Make sure you have some audio playing, then just go through each channel and mute each one, 1 by 1 until the echo has gone.
If that don't work, then again, right click on Volume Icon in Tray, click on Adjust Audio Properties, then under speaker settings, select advance, then choose Desktop Stereo Speakers, under the Speaker Setup Options.
One of those should work. If it is your Mic causing the Echo, then you would get loads of feedback if you whack up the volume. If you don't get the feedback, then it's more then likely the Speaker Setup or some Sound FX is enabled through your Sound Card Software.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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