Adjusts the quality of the sound transmitted from your computer to the server. Most people set this to 96.0 kb/s. However, very low end DSL and 3G users may want to lower this setting.
Audio per packet:
Lower = Other people hear you a slight bit sooner; more bandwidth is used.
Higher = Other people hear you a slight bit later; less bandwidth is used.
Most people set this to 10-20ms.
This detects and eliminates repetitive noise (fans, humming, light interference, etc.). It does not eliminate feedback or noise from speakers. If you are always in a dead silent room with no fans or interference, set noise suppression to 'off' or 0 db. Increase this setting depending on the amount of ambient noise in your room.
Adjust how loud your voice is.