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I've been inside anechoic chambers a few times, and it's really quite difficult to talk normally. Presumably we depend on the echo of our own voice when we are speaking, but I suspect the real answer is more complicated than that.Any suggestions?
... the spec for radio microphones (including the new digital ones) is that there should be something like no more than 3ms delay.
A latency of 10 milliseconds or better is the target for audio circuits within professional production structures, local circuits should ideally have a latency of 1 millisecond or better.