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Audio feedback/echo when using LifeCam.

How do I get rid of audio echo when using LifeCam?

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Hi
go to the setings of the webcam and select audio options, fix it from there
i hope it will work :)

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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Whhat you are getting is feedback from the speaker of whom you are speaking to. You can have them lower the speaker volume or have them use a headset and this will eliminate the feedback.
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Because you have two mikes picking up the feedback.
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Normal 0 Two things can cause static.
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