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Audio Problem - Echo


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Since yesterday I have been experiencing an echo whenever audio is played. I have not changed any settings to my knowledge. I listened to a song with headphones before the problem started and when i next tried to listen to something through the inbuilt speakers of my laptop, i was unable to hear any sound at all. I inserted my headphones as for some reason I though this could help (don't ask) but strangely, when i then removed the headphones there was sound. The problem is since I did this there has been trouble with an echo. This is most likely something I have done but I cannot work out what it could possibly have been. I have also, incidentally I expect, found that my system as a whole has been running more slowly.

Any help on the echo issue in particular would be much appreciated

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I suspect you have altered your sound card settings. Some sound card drivers have "ambience" settings... including "echo" effects. Since you haven't listed any specs of your sound card, it's hard to determine exactly what needs to be changed or what options are available. Check the ambience options.

Edited by makai, 18 December 2005 - 06:52 PM.

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Apologies for this topic being created and thanks for the suggestion, I had indeed accidentally changed a setting, I assume while trying to work out why no sound was being played yesterday. Thanks for the speedy reply

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No apology required! :tazz:
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