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CALLER SAY THEY VOICE ECHOING

VOICE IS ECHOING

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Hello,

Have you tried to use the device with a different phone? You can also refer to the following link for you to reset your device to initial settings: H720 Reset to Factory Setting

Best Regards
Suny
Motorola Support.

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I found this on the Turtle Beach website: __________________________________________
If you or other players hear echoes in Live Chat:
Does it happen if you use the Microsoft communicator? Mute the microphone on your headset. Does the echoing stop? In the Xbox Dashboard > Settings > Live, set the voice to Play Through Both and unplug the talkback-controller cable. Does the echoing stop?
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If you or other players hear echoes in Live Chat:
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Echoing can sometimes be caused by high latency ("lag") on your internet connection. This may come and go depending on how much bandwidth is being used in your area.
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just wondering
probably the one ur speaking to on the other side of the line is set on hands-free/speaker mode that's why it seems that ur hearing ur own voice or something.
try also lowering ur own phone's volume level a bit.

if problem persists, consult an tech expert on this.

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