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    Echo reduction

    Hi,
    sorry but I did not understand what is this thing: http://a.imageshack.us/img64/5324/catturak.png
    Thanks

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decibel
    Short it reduces others voices (echo reduction has to be enbaled), while you are talking.

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    if a person make echo, it must be increased or decreased?

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    With echo reduction on, it basically lowers the volumes of your speakers as you talk. This reduces echo because when you talk, there is nothing to echo through. I personally use 25db to suit my needs with my current setup.

    The drawback with echo reduction is that when you talk, everyone else is lowered so you might miss what other people may say during the time that you are talking.

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