Discord echoing is a problem that can ruin your gaming experience. When you suddenly hear your voice more than others, it is called discord echo. In this article I will show you how to fix discord echo both on PC and mobile.
Discord users can complain about hearing echoes from your side.
Discord echoing has been a problem for some time. Recently, discord has partnered with Krisp (Noise Suppression Software Company), to reduce background noise during discord calls.
This article will explain why discord echoing occurs and how to fix Discord Echo. It also helps how to stop it from happening on your mobile and PC.
Why is Discord Echoing?
Discord echo can be caused by many things. These can all be fixed with proper discord and PC settings.
There are very few major causes.
- Discord Disables Noise Suppression
- The speaker volume is too loud
- Echo can occur if the microphone is too close to a wall or other surface that absorbs sound.
- Another reason is to connect the microphone to the keyboard jack.
- Echo can be created by using a webcam microphone, or a computer speaker, while you are on a call or streaming.
These are the main causes of discord echo. Below I share the complete guide how to fix Discord Echo on both your PC and mobile.
How to secure Discord Echo on PC?
We will be working on Discord and PC settings here to make sure everything works Perfectly.
The mic can also cause discord voice echo. If you are a gamer, you will need a Bluefire stereo gaming headphone with a mic.
How to fix Discord Echo on PC?
Open the discord app if you’re still on a call.
You will now see the wave icon at the bottom, where it says Voice connected. Click on it to enable Noise Suppression.
After that, open User Settings and click Voice & Video tab. From the drop-down, choose the appropriate input or output device.
Scroll down to the advanced section, and enable Noise suppression if it is disabled.
Scroll down to Echo Cancellation. If it is disabled, you can enable it. You can also disable it if it is already enabled.
You might also consider enabling or disabling Quality of Service high-pack Priority.
Scroll down to the Audio subsystem, and then click on Standard to select Standard.
Please check your discord server area and ping. These can cause high ping, echo, and hearing problems when you are on-call.
How to fix Discord Echo on Windows (Settings)
Discord echo may also occur on Windows computers if the audio settings are not correct.
We need to verify a few settings, so please refer to the steps below.
Windows 10 allows you to search for sounds by using the search box at the bottom. Then, choose Sound settings. From the drop-down, check the correct output and input device.
Click on the sound control panel, which is located on the right side of the settings.
Playback tab: Make sure that your device is set as default. Disable all other devices.
Right-click your device, choose properties, click the spatial sound tab, and then turn it off using the dropdown. Click on Apply, then click on OK.
Click on the Recording tab. Make sure that your device is set as default. Disable all other devices.
Right-click the microphone (or recording device) that you’re using, and click the Listen to tab. Uncheck “Listen to this device”
Depending on the mic you use, click on any enhancement tabs. Click on Apply and OK to disable all enhancement.
To see the changes, restart your device. This should reduce the discord voice echo as well as another echo.
How to fix Discord Echo on Mac (Configurations)
Mac users can adjust the noise reduction settings to reduce echo. The above discord settings must be used.
Click on the Apple icon and choose System Preferences. Then, look for the sound icon within the preferences box.
Click on the Input tab, and uncheck the box for “use ambient noise reduction”. Now close the box and restart your device.
To check if your echo has been reduced, open discord and make another voice call.
How to fix Discord Echo on Mobile
There are two main causes of discord echo on-call/stream. These are either the microphone or the settings. First, turn off your phone’s speaker. Restart your phone, and then insert your microphone again. To make sure that the problem is not with your mic, you can also try another microphone.
Once you’re done with all the settings above, open Discord and tap on the profile picture to access the discord settings.
Scroll down to Voice & Video in the user settings and click on it
Find Noise Suppression, and tap it to activate it.
You might also want to disable or enable Echo Cancellation.
After you have completed the above, restart your phone to view the changes.
This article will show you how to fix discord echo for voice and stream.
To eliminate echoing problems completely, follow both the discord and device setting instructions.
Don’t skip steps such as restarting. This can help you resolve your problems. Let us know how it went and if there are any other solutions.
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