How to Stop the Microphone From Echoing on a PS3


Your PlayStation 3 (PS3) console works with a microphone or headset device that allows you to talk to friends when you play with them online. This is very useful when playing team-based games, since communication is vital to discussing your strategy. Occasionally, microphones omit audio feedback or echoing. This echoing can interfere with your ability to hear other players. The PlayStation 3 comes with an echo canceler feature that eliminates the echo you hear.

  • Connect the microphone or headset to the PlayStation 3. Some microphones connect via USB, while others are wireless. Turn the system on.

  • Scroll left to the "Settings" menu. Scroll down and select "Audio Device Settings."

  • Scroll to and select "Input Device." Press the "Triangle" button to open an options menu.

  • Select "Settings." Choose the "Set Echo Canceler" option. This calibrates the microphone and eliminates the echo you hear.

Tips & Warnings

  • If you want to stop using the echo canceler feature, select "Restore Echo Canceler."

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