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Tzumi Soundmates 5.0 (without control buttons) : How to remove the echo when I speak?

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When I speak I hear an echo and I don't know how to remove.
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Question by Maria X. 3:05am, 29th December 2020

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John (Admin) responded : 10:18am, 30th December 2020 (3 weeks ago)
A good question, this is something that can be an issue for any wireless buds.

The problem is that the microphone is on the bud as well as the speaker, so these two elements that ideally you want very far apart are very cloes together. You can end up with an echo loop if the sound from the speaker can be 'heard' on the mic.

The problem can on some buds be avoided by adjusting the placement of the rubber "ear gell" / caps that create a seal between the bud and your ear. In the case of these particular buds there aren't rubber caps so you will have to try adjusting the placement/angle of the buds within in your ear.

The other option is to lower the volume of the buds when on calls.

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