Loudtalks Lite

By Alexey Gavrilov on April 26, 2009

Yesterday we’ve released a major Loudtalks update. It’s significant as it introduces major improvements to sound quality and the brand new voice-controlled hands-free operation mode. Here are the release notes:


  1. [new] VOX-controlled handsfree option (more on this in the next post)
  2. [new] Noise suppression
  3. [new] Reduced latency to ~300 ms (under perfect conditions i.e LAN, could be longer due to network delay but in any case you’ll notice that this version is MUCH faster)
  4. [new] Re-grouped settings to combine Hotkeys and Alerts on a single tab
  5. [new] Show an overlay icon in the contacts for the users, who connect from mobile device
  6. [fix] Crash when restoring from sleep / hibernate
  7. [fix] Tray icon sometimes disappears


Windows Mobile:

  1. [new] Noise suppression
  2. [new] Reduced latency to ~300 ms (under perfect conditions)
  3. [new] Added status line to the UI (shows your current online status)

Download the new release

Comments (2)

  1. […] Loudtalks introduced the new advanced feature, which requires some explanation. It’s voice-controlled transmission (or VOX) mode. The purpose of this mode is to allow you communicating without using a keyboard at all, which could be very useful sometimes although it might require some upfront configuration. You can switch between PTT and VOX modes on the fly using the hotkeys. […]

    Pingback by Keep talking » Using VOX mode in Loudtalks — April 28, 2009 @ 5:01 am

  2. Hamradio am, and I wonder if this software could be developed to connect the PC to the radio tx on COM1 serial port, as a gateway for hamradio.

    Comment by Ribeiro — October 3, 2011 @ 3:15 am

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