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hmm..that is a little odd..it may be coming from your voice hitting the wireless headset and also the mike on the phone at basically, but not precisely the same time..try it with the phone far enough away so that the mike on the unit can not pick up your voice..
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?
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.
If your talkback-controller cable's plug gets dirty, this can also cause echoing or static. Also check the input jack on the controller and make sure no foreign objects are in there.
Read these links for more advice:
Echoing can be caused by "a poor connection between the headset and the controller."
"The most likely cause is either a plug that isn't pushed all the way in, or gunk on the plug."
"If you hear echo, then... someone in the chat session... needs to clean off their metal headset plug."
It might be a problem with their sound setting. If their speakers are on while using the mic, they might get some feedback that could be the cause of the echo. They may even just have to tweak their mic settings (through the control panel sound options or their soundcard options).
Its like calling into a radio station going on the air, and having your radio turned up while on the air you will always get an echo. Or at least a delay that other people will hear on their radio. it's the same way, with using a Car Bluetooth because they are hearing their voice coming through the speakers and going back into the microphone and then they hear that and there is your Echo. Unfortunately there is really nothing you can do except for ask them to deal with it :-(