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Skype issues


Best Answer jsaklas , 23 April 2020 - 08:01 PM

zep516, Thanks for the reply.  I went into my Skype settings, clicked on Audio and Video.  The Speakers section has three choices:  1.  Speakers ((Realtek High Definition A... Go to the full post »


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I can not hear the person on the other end of a Skype call.  They can here me, but I can not hear them.  This is the case regardless whether I initiate or answer a "call."  I removed Skype and reloaded it - it did not solve the problem.

 

My speakers are working (I can hear music, YouTube, videos, etc.). 

 

I'm running Windows 10 on my PC.


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Hello jsaklas,

Did you find an answer or solution ?

So far this all I can find, Still looking.

If you can’t hear anything, you may have the wrong audio out device selected in your Skype audio settings. If more than one device is listed, make sure that the device selected matches the headset or speakers you are using.

I'm sure you checked all that but check again..
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✓  Best Answer

zep516,

 

Thanks for the reply.  I went into my Skype settings, clicked on Audio and Video.  The Speakers section has three choices:  1.  Speakers ((Realtek High Definition Audio);   2.  Realtek Digital Output (Realtek High Definition Audio)  [This is the one currently "checked"];  and 3.  Default Communications Device.

 

I changed the selection to Speakers and now Skype works.

 

Thanks again the problem is solved.


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You're welcome !

 

So glad to hear some good news....

 

zep


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