My razor gets bad static feed back to both my speaker when I talk and to the other person that I am talking to, so bad that they can't understand what I am saying and I know that it is not a network problem.
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When using services like Skype or VoipBuster the audio is compressed. Depending on the quality of the internet connection the audio quality will be different. If you or the person on the other side of the line has a bad internet or bad WiFi connection, the compression of the audio will be much stronger, resulting in a worse audio quality.
Another problem that occurs many times is an audio feedback. If you, or the person you're talking to uses a microphone and computer speakers, the audio coming out of the computer speakers can be captured by the microphone and be amplified again. It forms a feedback loop and creates an echo. The best thing to do is that you both use a good quality headset instead of putting the audio over computer or iPad speakers.
For your iPad, you can buy the Apple EarPods. They are affordable and contain a microphone to make Skype calls with your iPad.
You own a iPad, which is a device of high quality. If the person you're talking to has a crappy phone or bad hardware, the quality will be bad. The advice then is that that person buys a device that has a higher quality than he or she is using now.
Can you explain your terminology? Feedback or Standing Waves? Typically, Feedback is audio feedback through the speaker and back into the microphone of the CB or out of the external speaker into the mic. It can also be RF Feedback that is caused when the system. If it is audio feedback, it could be that someone has installed a T
"talk back" option and that's why you are getting feedback, if it's audio feedback.
This is a common problem with speaker phones as well since they (as is your headset) forced to switch back and forth so microphone and 'speaker' are not on at the same time to prevent feedback.
The squeal from feedback would be far more irritating.
Your previous phone in conjunction with your headset were simply (and accidentally) a better combination.
things can cause static.
If you have your speakers turned up to high it will give you feedback causing
distortion and static. I recommend using a headset when videoing.
reason is, if you are using a laptop and have added an external microphone
between the two it will cause distortion and static.
knowing the configuration of your computer makes it harder to analyze the
hope this is of some help. Bud
My webcam VX6000 picture is fine, but when i try to talk to anyone or do voice playback there is a loud echo and distortion both for me and the person i am trying to talk to. I have tried everything in support. I am running windows xp.