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When using speaker and microphone together I am having very bad feed back noise from the speakers

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Hi Ahir,

If u have Realtek HD audio drivers installed on your PC then, go to HD audio settings click on Microphone Tab and click on Noice Suppression. May your microphone is creating this problem.

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