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    What has to be done for disabling echo effect with speakers on Windows XP?

    There is echo effect for all types of sounds in my PC running on Windows XP. I am using Bose Companion 2 speakers with the system. Is there any way available to disable this effect?



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    Re: What has to be done for disabling echo effect with speakers on Windows XP?

    First of all, try to use default Windows Sounds on the system and see whether you can still hear the echo or not. Go to the bottom left side of the desktop for that and locate the ‘Start’ button. Press that button and select ‘Control Panel’ visible among the options displayed on the start menu. Navigate through ‘Control Panel’ window afterwards and make a single click on ‘Hardware and Sound’ option. Then, click the ‘Sound’ and wait until ‘Sound’ window appears on the screen. Press the ‘Sound’ tab after that to bring up the box containing a list of items. Click on either ‘Asterisk’ or any item in that list and select the ‘Test’ option for testing the audio until you can’t hear the distorted audio. If this does not work, configure the speakers with your system. In this case, you need to right click on ‘Speakers’ option available in the ‘Sound’ window and choose ‘Configure Speakers’ option. Then, follow all on-screen instructions and click the ‘Test’ option. Select a configuration which doesn’t cause echo and set it on the system.

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    Re: What has to be done for disabling echo effect with speakers on Windows XP?

    Hello there !!!

    it seems that you have set the audio output to hanger mode or the bathroom mode and this is
    the reason being that you are getting an echo from your speaker which might be irritating you.

    so, you can minimize the echo by changing the settings made previously.
    so do follow the steps given below :-

    1. go to control panel.
    2. go to realtek audio manager
    3. go to sound effect
    4. select default sound.

    click ok >> apply.

    this will help you out.

    hope i am clear to you.
    thanks for posting in EALP.

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    Re: What has to be done for disabling echo effect with speakers on Windows XP?

    DEAR FRIEND,

    To overcome the echo effect in windows xp follow these

    click the start button and open the control panel

    and next click on switch to view classic menu option from the left pane
    xpControlPanel03.jpg

    after that click on sound and audio devices option

    In Volume Control, select the Mute check box under Mic Volume

    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!!!

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