Re: Solved: NVDA reverb sound when using new logitech USB headset

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Yes one persons enhancement is another persons pain in the neck. They all seem to have such gadgets applied on particularly laptops recently. Maybe its to make the sound appear better than it really is.

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Luke Robinett" <lukelistservs@...>
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Sent: Monday, July 18, 2022 5:53 PM
Subject: [nvda] Solved: NVDA reverb sound when using new logitech USB headset

This was originally going to be a question but as I was working on this email I actually stumbled into the solution, so I thought I’d share that instead in case others experience this. I just got a new logitech H870e headset and was getting an echo or reverb like sound when using it with NVDA. Initially I thought it was just with NVDA but the same thing happened with narrator, and then I pulled up a YouTube video and lo and behold, actually all the audio coming through the headset exhibited this echo.

Long story short, you go to Control panel, hardware and sound, click sound, right click on the audio device exhibiting the issue, go to the advanced tab of the dialogue that pops up and uncheck the option “enable audio enhancements,”hit apply then OK. For me, this immediately removed the echo. Hope this helps somebody

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