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by hjack / November 15, 2003 1:47 AM PST

When I enable audio and my partner connects we are able to hear each other well but there is a problem of echoing. Can anybody shed some light on this problem and how to do away with the echos.

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Re:msn messenger
by Styx / November 19, 2003 3:53 PM PST
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The problem is inherent in Dial-up connections. To stop the echo you'd need a broaband connection.

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Re:Re:msn messenger
by hjack / November 19, 2003 8:40 PM PST
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I have a broadband connection but my partner doesn't

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Re: MSN Messenger Echoing
by seafox13 / December 6, 2003 11:42 AM PST
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Conversing with both parties using desktop speakers will produce echoes, as the received sound feeds back into that person's microphone. A friend and I, both on broadband, solved this problem by using headsets, and pulling the line-out jack to the speakers on our sound cards.

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Re:Re: MSN Messenger Echoing
by liangcng / June 8, 2004 8:30 AM PDT

So sorry, may I ask are you using router? Mine cannot work, the other party cannot hear my voice. I'm using boardband with a router with OS windows 98se, I've tested between my 2 computers in my home, both work perfectly well. I've enable UPnP but must I disable firewall setting?

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