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Computer Headsets: How to Enable/Disable Sidetone in Windows 7 and Newer

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Sidetone is sound picked up by your headset microphone that is then played back in real-time into the headset's speaker(s), acting as controlled feedback. To put it simply, it sounds like there is an echo of yourself in the headset. Most people do prefer to have sidetone enabled, as it mirrors the experience of talking on a mobile phone or land line.

You may want to enable sidetone temporarily to test your headset's microphone to ensure it is working properly. Likewise, if you hear sidetone in your headset and don't want to hear it, you can use this procedure to disable it.

To enable sidetone:
  1. Open the Sound window by clicking Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Sound (instructions vary depending on your Control Panel view).
  2. Click the Recording tab.
  3. Click the headset you would like to test, and then click the Properties button. The Transmit Properties window appears.
  4. Check the Listen to this device box.
  5. Click Apply.
To disable sidetone:
  1. Open the Sound window by clicking Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Sound (instructions vary depending on your Control Panel view).
  2. Click the Recording tab.
  3. Click the headset you would like to test, and then click the Properties button. The Transmit Properties window appears.
  4. Clear the Listen to this device checkbox.
  5. Click Apply.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Click OK to close the Sound window.

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