|31 Aug 2011||#3|
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I can't help you specifically with Skype but it sounds like your software and the system are both trying to interpret microphone input. I ran into a similar problem when recording vinyl records with Audacity with a USB turntable. I got an echo. All I did was go into the Audacity options and turn off monitoring. There may also be options on your system sound panel to let software take "exclusive use" of the speakers but since you don't have any system specs or details, you make it hard to help much more.
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