ClearOne TechTip One: Never reference your own microphone in an AEC Reference
Never reference your own microphone in an AEC Reference When you are choosing an Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC) reference, remember to never reference your own audio. Since the AEC is digitally subtracting audio from a microphone's transmission path, if you reference your own microphone audio, you will subtracting your own audio; this causes choppy and distorted audio from that microphone.
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