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<p>In this case, the issue is probably in your speakers, so be sure to check your selected speaker source and the volume levels on your device.</p>
<p>Make sure the correct speaker is selected if not, select the correct speaker. If you don’t see the Join Audio option, double-check that the speaker icon in the top-left corner of the screen doesn’t have an “x” next to it ; if it does, tap the icon to enable the speaker. If the sound is getting through, but the quality is subpar, there could be a few things going on:.</p>
<p>In some cases, it’s best to ask everyone to check that they mute themselves when not speaking. That can help cut down on background noise, too. You may also need to ask people to mute one at a time so you can isolate the issue and have the person who is causing the audio issue fix it. If after troubleshooting your audio on your computer you still can’t get it to work, the phone audio option is a great alternative. In the Zoom window on your computer, select the caret next to the speaker.</p>
<p>Select the Phone Call tab and follow the instructions to call into the meeting call one of the numbers listed, then enter your meeting ID and then your participant ID. If you don’t see the phone call option, it’s because the host doesn’t have the correct paid account level or the audio plan add-on to enable that, or they might not have allowed participants to join by telephone.</p>
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<p>Twitter LinkedIn icon The word “in”. LinkedIn Fliboard icon A stylized letter F. Flipboard Link icon An image of a chain link. Written by IR Media. Zoom has become one of the most popular UC tools in the world. The Zoom app makes it possible for seamless communication between team members and with external partners.</p>
<p>Some of Zoom’s key features are its ease of use without draining too many resources, and it’s fast to set up. But, as with any tool in your unified communications arsenal, the Zoom app is not immune to problems with audio and video.</p>
<p>Today we’ll address some of common problems you may encounter with the audio side of Zoom. Zoom’s help center can walk you through the troubleshooting steps in more detail. Zoom video conferencing consumes a good deal of bandwidth. During a meeting, your device is transmitting a complex set of data packets to the receiving device, and vice versa. Slow internet causes poor quality video streaming, and buffering disconnection.</p>
<p>So if your WiFi connection or cellular connection has even a slight fluctuation, it can cause high latency , and some of those data packets may get lost or interrupted in their journey. This results in audio cutting in and out, and lagging video. These problems can even lead to Zoom disconnecting altogether. Not the ideal situation when trying to conduct an important meeting. Before you start your meeting or conference, it’s a good idea to check your video and audio settings.</p>
<p>You can do this by joining a test call. Zoom will test your speakers automatically. If you can’t hear a ringtone, click on the drop-down menu and select No to switch your speakers until you hear the ringtone.</p>
<p>Then click Yes to continue to the ‘access your microphone’ test. Many enterprise organizations are heavy Zoom users. Obviously, all users joining a meeting need to be able to see and hear clearly from any device.</p>
<p>Improving audio quality means improving any meeting outcome. The best way to improve the audio quality on your Zoom calls is to use a high quality microphone and make sure it’s set up properly.</p>
<p>Computer audio meaning the microphone built into your laptop or webcam doesn’t have the quality or fidelity of an independent microphone. As well as better audio quality, you can access your microphone more easily, positioning it, and yourself optimally for the best sound delivery.</p>
<p>Alternatively, a good quality headset will sound better than the microphone on your computer, and isolate your audio from background noise. Zoom gives you the option of how you connect your audio when you’re joining a meeting. You can connect via your computer’s audio, or by dialing into a phone number.</p>
<p>You should choose the option that gives you the best sound quality, but only choose one, otherwise you’ll experience unwanted echo. Make sure to check that your microphone isn’t picking up sound from your speaker if you are using an external speaker.</p>
<p>Echo can also occur if you’re too close to another person who is on the same Zoom call. One of the most controllable things you can do to improve audio quality during a Zoom meeting is to check your proximity. Too close to the microphone can make your voice sound muffled and accentuate all sorts of unwanted breathing and saliva noises. If you sit too far away, you risk being drowned out.</p>
<p>If you’re using a microphone built into your computer or webcam, you should position yourself within two feet of it. With an external microphone, the ideal position should be about six inches away.</p>
<p>Zoom, in its default settings enables a suite of sound enhancements to dumb down background noise. The downside is that using these settings can sometimes make your audio choppy.</p>
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<p>Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Thanks, Thomas. I’ll try your suggestions, though, and appreciate your help.</p>
<p>Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 10 Search Community member. However, the other evening, the others could see me, but could not hear me. I think last week my input was set at stereo mix.</p>
<p>Should I have selected microphone?? This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.</p>
<p>I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Thomas Medicielo Independent Advisor. Hello BeverlyToyama1 , Thank you for reaching out! My name is Thomas M. I would be more than happy to assist you and I hope that my assistance will result in a successful solution to your issue.</p>
<p>Since you described in your scenario that the others in your meeting could see you but not hear you and I am assuming that you could hear them , that to me is indicative of an issue with Output. Instead, you should change the sound settings via the Zoom meeting. You can do this one three ways: 1. Before you join the meeting, you should see an option to test your computer audio. As a rule of thumb, I always check my audio to ensure I can hear the other meeting attendants and that they can hear me.</p>
<p>You can test both your speakers and your microphone at this time. If you have the Zoom app installed, you can go to the settings the icon is in the shape of a gear. Then go to Audio.</p>
<p>From there you can change what you need for you Microphone. If you are already in the meeting, you can click on the arrow pointing upwards next to the Mute button. From there you can change speaker and microphone as well as test both. I hope these solutions provided the information you needed. Please let me know if you need further assistance.</p>
<p>Regards, Thomas M. Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. In reply to Thomas Medicielo’s post on June 5, Hi BeverlyToyama1, Not a problem.</p>
<p>Let me know if that doesn’t work, we can try to troubleshoot further. If you already have the Zoom app on your computer, click on it to open the Zoom app. From there, on the top right of the Zoom app, there should be a little gear icon. That is the settings icon. From there you can go to Audio in order to get there. It details how to do it. In reply to Thomas Medicielo’s post on June 6, Be safe, take care. This site in other languages x.</p>
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Sound not working on zoom meeting.Zoom Audio Not Working? 5 Ways to Fix It
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&rsaquo; en-us &rsaquo; articles &rsaquo; My-audio-is-not-working-. In the meeting controls, click the arrow next to Mute/Unmute. Click Audio Options.; this will open your audio settings. Checking your computer.