use the Audio Tuning Wizard dialog to adjust all of Cisco IP Communicator's volume level adjustments
Try doing these latency adjustment methods. To test which latency setting is best for your particular set of audio devices (USB headsets, USB handsets, and/or sound cards), use the following procedure to modify CiscoIP Communicator's audio parameters.
Step 1 In the Cisco IP Communicator program folder, double-click on one of the following .reg files:
?LowDelay.reg (Lowest latency, default setting)
?VeryHighDelay.reg (Highest Latency)
Step 2 When prompted, confirm that you wish to import the settings into your Microsoft Windows registry.
Step 3 Make a test phone call and verify that the audio sounds good to you and to the other party. If you hear distortion, audio dropouts, or robotic sound, proceed to the next file on the list and repeat the previous .
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