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Audio echo elimination with proximity detection Follow


Zoom desktop client uses ultrasonic sound to detect proximity to a Zoom Room or another device joined into the meeting. Zoom Desktop Client will automatically disable computer audio to prevent audio echo in a Zoom Room. 



Since Zoom Rooms is the audio source, the Zoom Desktop Client will automatically disable computer audio (both speaker and microphone audio) if it detects proximity to a Zoom Rooms. You do not have to do anything if this feature is enabled.