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Hi Flo, *,

On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 9:17 PM, Florian Effenberger
<> wrote:
Hm... did you dial-in with the speaker PIN (dial number, then enter room
number directly followed by speaker PIN, press # - no need for the other
PIN). Then you're asked to press 1 for silence or 3 for speaking, so press

As the audio quality went from horribly choppy to perfect when Ivan
dropped out of the call at the end (and was good at the beginning of
the call), I think it was really a problem caused by not having muted
the phone and thus triggering an echo-loop that the echo-avoidance
algorithm couldn't cope with/recover from.

It might have been pure coincidence as well of course. Initially I
suspected a problem with my setup (remote CAPI over wlan), and cannot
exclude this as the reason....

Anyway - next time when the sound gets choppy, it is worth a try to
mute everybody for a few seconds to "reset" the echo-filter...

Won't help for availability of skype service however...


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