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Internet audio output becomes input echoing back out thru PC

Scenario: Using Teamspeak 3 to converse with other game players. Using Plantronics headset. XP Pro; RealTek HD Audio Manager.
Problem: other players are being echoed back through my system when they speak. I don't echo to them when I speak. Have unplugged headset with no other mic on and it still happens. Changed settings to mute all mic's to no avail. Watching Teamspeak's user "indicator light" that shows when someone else is talking, my user id shows I'm talking when if fact they are actually talking. It's also on when I actually speak which is correct. 3 of us spent a lot of time pouring through possible configuration settings, and came up empty handed.

I don't think it's Teamspeak causing it, but rather some setting on my system that alludes me. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • crevice_dog Feb 06, 2010

    Thanks for your prompt reply T-Bone. I tried finding the "listen to" option, but couldn't locate it. Can you be a bit more specific?

    I went to Control Panel / Sounds and Audio Devices / Audio(tab) and went through everything I could to find it, but was unable to. Thanks.

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Try unmarking the "listen to" option on your sound devices panel. it should remove the echo

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    Hudson Ribeiro Feb 06, 2010

    ok, let me be more specific. if you're using windows 7, try to right-click your audio system tray icon, then, select "recording devices" right-click your default microphone and select "properties". go to the tab "Listen" and unmark the checkbox "listen to this device". if it doesn't solve your problem, try to adjust the mic boost and recording volume levels. you also should check your teamspeak software if the problem persists. i'm not familiar with the teamspeak 3 software but it may have some options that may help you.

    Glad if I could Help! :D

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