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Tiamat 7.1 V2 Microphone Echoing Speakers sounds

Discussion in 'Audio' started by RossoFiamma99, Mar 9, 2018.

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  1. RossoFiamma99

    RossoFiamma99 New Member

    So, I recently finally bought the Tiamat 7.1 (v2) and, well
    Overwall they're performing very good
    Sure, I'm using an onboard audio card so I can't reeeally about quality (Don't get me wrong, they are Amazing, but I feel like these would work better on a decent standalone sound card)

    But I'm having a major problem

    When I'm using the microphone to use the Voice Chat or any other communication system (or recording)
    The microphone picks up the sound from the Speakers
    And the only solution seems to lower the volume of the speakers
    I tried the function to try solve this problem through Windows/Realtek Audio Manager "Acoustic Echo Cancellation"

    Aaand nope
    Nuthin' to do here

    plz help
  2. ChiefNieth

    ChiefNieth Active Member

    Turn down sensitivity in settings, and there is also a feature in settings to reduce ambient noise in settings. Should help.
  3. RossoFiamma99

    RossoFiamma99 New Member

    Thing is if I reduce the sensitivity my volume is super low/they won't hear me at all
    And yeah, the ambiet noise option is already on
  4. Pet0203

    Pet0203 New Member

    I have the same issue. There is just too much leak from the drivers.
  5. shawn1978

    shawn1978 New Member

    I have been having the same issue. I am using on board sound, realtek hd audio on a gigabyte mobo. But I did seem to get rid of the echo after going into the mic settings in the audio manager and playing with the decibels and sensitivity along with adjusting settings on discord. It took a while but finally got it right.
    RossoFiamma99 likes this.
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