[Ekiga-list] Own Voice Echo even with Headsets
dsandras at seconix.com
Tue Sep 5 13:33:08 UTC 2006
Le mardi 05 septembre 2006 à 15:20 +0200, raggeler a écrit :
> It's an Intel ICH6 card, right. I use ALSA, no OSS. The tests with the
> configuration druid works fine, I just here one "hello" with the 4s
> delay. No echo.
> When calling 500 at ekiga.net the Echo-Test works fine as well, I just here
> one echo, the one from the machine echoing ;) Also the arecord && aplay
> tests did not record
> any echo. Therefore I think it's not the microphone and not ALSA as
> well. Otherwise these tests would not work I guess?...
> Only when connecting to someone else (so not a echo-machine or whatever)
> I get the echo :/
I think the "someone else" is the problem. Make sure he has a good
quality headset and he enabled echo cancellation.
> Carles Pina i Estany wrote:
> > Hello,
> > On Sep/05/2006, raggeler wrote:
> >> I was looking around (also google and irc) for my problem with Ekiga: As
> >> soon as I get connected to another person, I hear my own voice as an
> >> echo. Even if the person
> >> on the other end is using headphones or a headset, or turns his own
> >> microphone off. Myself uses a IBM T43 Thinkpad, using headphones to
> > I am not completly sure: I have the same problem. IBM T60 Thinkpad :-)
> > (for everybody: hda-intel card)
> > It is a local echo, not remote echo.
> > Are you using ALSA or OSS?
> > I don't remember if i fixed it playing with aumix+alsamixer. I cannot do
> > a real test now.
> > In configuration druid test, if you say "hello", do you hear then
> > "hello" or "hellohellohelloehello" (again, and again, and again?)
> > Is it correct that audio test, when is "recording and playing back", it
> > records what is playing?
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