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BarkAtKit
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May 17, 2020

Sidetone has notcible delay

I'm using the QC 35 wireless Bluetooth headset (I think). With no apparent cause, my sidetone is suddenly lagging by a sizable fraction of a second, so any time I talk or some other noise is made in my vicinity, I hear it as an echo. This only happens in connection with my laptop running Windows 10.

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BarkAtKit
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Re: Sidetone has notcible delay

I solved the issue, which is not related to the model of headphones used. It's the effect of the "listen" checkbox in any microphone/headset's details, when visiting the Recording tab of the audio devices subsection of the Windows control panel.

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Re: Sidetone has notcible delay

So, when you uncheck the "listen" checkbox (I know which one you're referring to), doesn't that disabled "sidetone" all together?

I'm very curious to know if it's possible with some/any BT over-the-ear headsets to hear yourself naturally speaking, and not have your voice muffled entirely by the headphones and not have this 1/4 second delay/echo?

Is this concept entirely different from what sidetone is?

Thanks for any help.