Five Tips For Avoiding Annoying Audio In Your Meetings
Are you plagued with audio issues in your video and audio conferences? The most common problem with audio in meetings is feedback. Almost everyone experiences it whether it’s on a simple Skype call from your computer or a Zoom video conference across two packed conference rooms from Richardson to Shanghai.
The main cause of that nasty feedback that makes for painful meetings is sound that emanates from speakers and is picked up by the microphone, creating a feedback loop. Depending on the gain (volume) applied to the sound, some frequencies can be overly amplified in that loop to sound shrill or generate echoes. When that happens, everyone has to start repeating what they said, or worse, conversations may be misunderstood – something you definitely want to avoid.
So what’s the solution to cure these video conferencing audio ills in your Richardson meeting rooms? Read on for some tips to optimize your conference room sound.