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Thread: Caller hear his voice (echo) - it there any solution?

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    Caller hear his voice (echo) - it there any solution?

    Hi!

    I am using Phoco integrated in Centrafuse frontend. I have this problem for a long time now, and I am curious if someone here solved it. Connecting, calling, receiving calls, everything works like a dream, but anoying is because caller can hear his voice - every single word (echo). Is there any solution to solve this?

    I have microphone connected to MIC-IN input on my Via Epia motherboard.

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    Either turn down the volume on your end, or turn down the sensitivity of the microphone.
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