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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