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15-07-2004, 22:30 #1StealthEye Guest
Basically another echo problem, but probably a little diffrent than the others..
I have the problem with the output sound sent back to the input. I have tested it by turning the speakers off, and the echo continued. I know this is a common problem, but I tried quite a few fixes which are provided here, and they will just not work. I've searched for drivers for my (rather old) SB16, but I couldn't find any suitable for Win 2000..
I've had this problem before, and then I fixed it by installing diffrent drivers (kxproject I think) In the meanwhile, I've switched to win 2000, and the kxproject drivers don't seem to work now. I tried to change the mixer settings, there I have set the microphone to mute (as it was already) When I tried to change the recording settings, I noticed that normally the checkboxes there were "Select" instead of "Mute", but I have muted everything in there, except for the microphone and it seemed to work. But when I got back to the "playback" settings of the mixer, the wave was muted there too (and I couldn't hear anything) The wave for the recording and the playback settings are somehow linked for me, and when I mute it, it will not produce any sound, and when I do not mute it, it will do the echoing.
So, are there any other 3rd party drivers which I could try? Is this "linked playback and recording" problem solved anywhere? (I couldn't find it at these forums)
I hope I haven't just overlooked some topic, I'm a moderator somewhere myself and I know how annoying questions are which are aswered more often, but I don't think this is one
21-07-2004, 16:41 #2-= TeamSpeak User =-
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ok I had a similar problem I did to different things I don't know what fixed it but here it goes.
under "adjust audio properties" I went under the audio tab and into the advance settings for audio playback, under the performance tab I noticed everything was set up at full or best so I just took them down to accelerate essentials for direct sound.
Also another thing I did that also helped was to go into one of the other tabs under "adjust audio properties" and selected test hardware, it tests you mike for sound recognition and you can also put down the volume of playback. The playback settings you choose here I don't think are affected by the playback settings in control volume.
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