Apr 27 2020 01:42 AM
Apr 27 2020 01:42 AM
I am using Steel series Arctis 3 blue-tooth headphones which have really good background noise cancelling built-in. When i use Teams for teleconferences/video conferences, the Teams background noise cancelling cancels out some of my voice as well. How do I disable the Teams noise cancelling feature?
May 18 2020 07:29 AM
@LASHAR1991 I'm having a very similar problem. I have my own noise filtering app which works much better than what Teams tries to do. Unfortunately Teams' built in filtering messes up and filters out every other word I say. Luckily, I can just disable my noise filter app, but I'd prefer to use it if I can.
Did you ever find a solution?
Jul 15 2020 01:07 AM
I have the same problem, when im using teams on my laptop and my laptop fan make very loud noise, they cancelling my voice instead of the laptop fan...
so people cant hear me, when i'm talking...
Also when i'm trying to use an external microphone (rode nt-usb) they handle my microhpone volume to 100% so it blast all speakers away and the problem there is that it doesn't sounds great... (I have unchecked that 3th party apps cant handle my microphone volume, but teams is not listening to that)
Jul 15 2020 01:40 AMSolution
The only response you would hear from Microsoft would be to use devices that they have certified, these kind of issues are the reason they need to have a certification process. I have a decent Blue Mic and DSLR Camera sat beside me I use for YouTube, but I use a certified webcam and speakerphone for Teams calls to ensure it's totally reliable.
There is one exception, in a Live Event where you could well be receiving an audio feed from professional equipment there is a switch within the meeting called Auditorium Mode that adjusts the noise cancellation. Unfortunately you can only use it in a Live Event.
Here's the list of certified devices
Feb 17 2021 09:36 AM
I use a Virtual Audio Cable and the Audio Mixer in OBS to control my audio and add my own filters. When I show videos and sometimes play music during my classes, my students will sometimes not be able to hear them. The Audio will cut out. So even with the option to turn it off, it still does things.
Zoom and Discord do not have this problem. It is only with Teams. If there is an off button, then it should mean off. How do we get them to fix this. Can they add an option to allow original audio (in other words, have no filters whatsoever from Teams)?
May 04 2021 01:02 AM