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Topic # 98858 7-Mar-2012 22:14
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Hello, I was playing music on Youtube and also talking on MSN using video chat. I am playing music quite loud but on the other side of MSN they can't hear any of the music thats playing. They can hear me talking alright though.. How can I change this?

 I also have Beats Audio on my HP DV6 Laptop, and before I could use to go on the tab "Listening experience" and click "Beats" which I think enables Beats audio, but now I cant which makes the "Recording experience" tab unavailable.  What could be the problem?




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  Reply # 592400 8-Mar-2012 15:24
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by default, skype, MSN, Lync etc use the "communications" device for VoIP which is a different sound channel from your speakers. you can control the volume seperately, and the two channels dont bridge each other. not sure how you would make them merge....




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  Reply # 592410 8-Mar-2012 15:37
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Never used it. Is there an echo cancellation or background noise reduction option you can turn off?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 592478 8-Mar-2012 17:19
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Because I can't enable "Beats audio" I can't actually turn off the echo cancellation thing unless there is another way out?




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