Have you experienced echo and call quality issues on any of your conference calls? Here are a few things that may be causing the problem.
- Speakerphones: Try muting the speaker phone if no one is talking. When speaking, get close to the speakerphone so everyone can hear what your are trying to say. Only have one phone in the room on the call at a time. Lower the volume of the speakerphone as much as you can. Get everyone to in the room to move as close to speaker phone as possible for best results.
- Use a headset: It’s best a good quality wired headset from a landline. Avoid small empty rooms that have a tendency to have an echo even when you’re not on a call.
- Use a landline: Mobile phone quality isn’t always the best. For the best results use a good old fashioned landline.
- Mute all lines: Most conferencing services have a “mute all” function. Use this while presenting to help reduce background noise from other callers.
- Use the support operator: An operator will join the call during your conference. They will help to isolate the echo problem and help you resolve the issue. This is usually done by pressing a key command on most conferencing services. Determining the source of call quality issues is best done during a call. It’s more difficult for technical support to source the issue after the call.
- Use a good quality conferencing provider: Not all conferencing services are the same. If you’ve tried all the above and you’re still having the issues. Contact your provider and let them know. They should work with you to help resolve the issue if they value your business.
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