Re: Help needed for strange problem
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Isn't that why most people use headphones while talking? Otherwise, yes, the microphone will pick up sound from the speakers (and possibly cause annoying feedback).
Are you saying your mic sensitivity somehow seems higher than it was before?
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Morey Worthington
Sent: February 10, 2019 5:51 AM
Subject: [all-audio] Help needed for strange problem
What I am using is:
Windows 10 desktop computer with version 1809
Desktop USB Samsong Go Microphone
Real Tech Desktop speakers (really do not like headphones)
Newest bill of Skype (8.238)
Real Tech Built in sound card, which has recently updated
Now my problem...
If I have Skype running and in a conversation, my desktop microphone is picking up all sounds coming from speakers, meaning all my keyboard sounds and sounds of whateever windows that are open. Meaning if I were typing this message to you and Skype were on, you would be hearing everything going on.
Hope this makes sence.
When in the last versions of windows, and probably Skype, and maybe even the Real Tech Drivers, I could have Skype on, and you could not hear anything but you and I speaking.
Any thoughts on how to turn this off?
In the Skype settings, The microphone setting, and those of Speakers are correct and working properly as I made a test call and all is well.
Sorry to be so long-winded, but had to get across my problem as best I could...I hope.
Any help appreciated