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    Posted: Nov 03 2011 at 7:15am
So did it lead to any result, I mean when you upgraded?
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I am using:
 w2cDrv.Device[0].Phone.EchoSuppression = CWay2callDriver.CDevice.FUNCTION_SWITCH.Off;
 
I am still on WinXP but will upgrade f/w if you think that will help.
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Please try to cancel echo suppression (Echo suppression option disabled)

If you are using WIN 7 also update the device f/w.

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Hi-Phone Desktop USB 010493
P/N HD00USGR02
Firmware 4.03.34
w2cHpClrCs.dll   File Version 1.0.0.1
Driver Version 13609
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Please provide more information about the Hi-Phone p/n and fw version.

Also, what Hi-Phone drivers and SDK API are you using?

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I have used HiPhone USBs for many years and have previously recorded complete phone conversations by mixing the input/output streams using code that was developed for other voice modems.
I thought it would be good to use the HiPhone's Aux Wave In to record the conversation instead of doing the software mixing.  I set the AuxWaveInContent to WaveOutMixedWithCODEC, but then I get a high volume of noise on the WaveIn line (which is also copied to the AuxWaveIn line).  There is no problem when the AuxWaveInContent is set to  Default_CODEC or to WaveOut -- although then the recording is only one sided.
This happens for SwitchingModes Phone_PcAudio or Line_PcAudio_Phone.
Is it possible to use the AuxWaveIn line to record the mixed audio -- or is the only way to continue with software mixing as I previously used?
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