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  1. #1
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    Problem with hearing others, when i talk

    Hi.

    When I speak over people on TeamSpeak it will automatically lower their volume to about 50% and I can't hear them at all, meaning if someone wishes to comment on something I'm in the process of saying I won't even hear it. It's quite annoying.

    This has only happened when I plugged in a new headset, but I am assuming this is a setting on Windows / TS. Game volume, video volume etc isn't affected when I speak or other people speak on TeamSpeak.

    Kindest regards,
    wlfeh

  2. #2
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    Hi,

    try this: open sound configuration (for example right click it - playback) -> there is a tab communication -> choose "do nothing"

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by wlfeh View Post
    When I speak over people on TeamSpeak it will automatically lower their volume to about 50% and I can't hear them at all,
    Try with the echo reduction value:
    Settings --> Options --> Capture --> If you have "Echo reduction" checked then in the "Echo reduction..." indicates the value in dB you like or, directly, uncheck "Echo reduction".

  4. #4
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    Problem with hearing others.

    I can hear and speak normally. But when I speak, I cannot hear others. Only when I speak. I feel like this problem can be resolved easily but I couldn't find anything to help me.
    Last edited by dante696; September 5th, 2015 at 08:03 PM. Reason: merged

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