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Headset transmits wave

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Please help me..
I can hear the person on the other line as well as she can hear me on the other line but the problem is my voice could not be heard sometimes and a very noisy wave can be heard on the other line...

Is it a problem with the internet connection, the settings of the headset, the headset itself or the computer itself?...

Please help.. I'm teaching online and this is the only source of my living..

Thanks

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If you are hearing it on the speakers then it is possible the other computer's problem. If you are hearing it though the headset it could be a headset problem. Check your settings and try talking to a bunch of other people to assess the situation.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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