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Katie Kahler Posted on Mar 09, 2007

When Recording a phone conversation...

When I am recording a phone conversation for my job, I am only getting myself on feedback and not the other party. I don't know what I am doing wrong. Please help!

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Plug in the external device to MIC not EAR

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