ISSUE: Echo in a game chat or in a party - You or other players hear echo in Live Chat
Echoing may be caused by the following:
1) If you have both your Headset and your TV sound ON there might be a lag between the two causing what is known as the Echo effect. Mute or turn the volume down on your TV.
2) Using multiple Wireless Headsets in the same room may cause Echo.
3) Ineffective contact between chat connections: A plug that isn't pushed all the way in, or gunk/dirt on the plug.
4) Poor connection to the Xbox Controller due to a loose jack on the Controller side.
5) High latency ("lag") on your internet connection. If this is the case, echoing may come and go depending on how much bandwidth is being used in your area.
6) If the Xbox Controller is set to: "Play through Both" or "Play through headset and speakers". Make sure it is set to: "Play through headset"
7) If the Echo happens using a computer, check your Sound Card settings. Lower the Mic sensitivity or Boost and be sure to Uncheck the "All you can hear" or "Stereomix". In other words have only the Mic selected as the Recording Input device.
8) This could be also caused by a driver conflict. Make sure you have the latest audio and video drivers for your sound and video cards respectively (check the Web sites of the companies that made your audio and video cards, you should be able to download drivers from there). You may also try this: Go to Start/Run, and type DEVMGMT.MSC highlight the Sound device, Action menu, "Uninstall", then restart Windows, to find the device drivers again automatically.
9) You might also want to make sure you have the latest version of Microsoft's DirectX installed as well. You can get this through Windows Update.
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