SoliCall Pro Integration

Step 1: Go to SoliCall menu “Tools –> Options” and choose the sound devices you are using with your VoIP program.


Step 2: Using the above options screen, select the desired audio filters. Following is a brief explanation of the filters:

PNR – Uses a generic profile to enhance the noise reduction (both for incoming and outgoing audio).

Noise Reduction – Remove ambient noise on your side so your party can hear better.

Echo Cancellation – Cancel echo on your side so your party will not hear himself/herself. If you are using headset you can disable this filter.

Incoming Noise Reduction – Remove ambient noise coming from the far-end so you can hear better.

Incoming Echo Cancellation – Cancel echo coming from the far-end so you will not hear yourself.

• The two sliders at the bottom of the screen control the aggressiveness of the filters. Increase aggressiveness by moving the slider to the right and reduce aggressiveness by moving the slider to the left.


Step 3: look at the Sound menu of Windows. You can open it directly of via the control panel. We recommend setting SoliCall to be either “Ready” or “Default Communication Device”.



NOTE: If you do not see the device “SoliCall”, it means that it was blocked by windows. This might happen if the certificate of our driver was not recognized. The solution is usually to update your windows with the latest security updates. For more information, please consult our FAQ and look for the topic “Driver not signed message appears during SoliCall Pro installation”.

Step 4: Now, you can configure your VoIP program to use SoliCall.


Step 5: To test your configuration, open the main screen of SoliCall and make a call. You should see that both microphone and speaker indicators turn ON. If not, please check again your settings.


Step 6: If you would like SoliCall to automatically handle the volume of the audio, you can enable the AGC.

If you move the “Volume level” slider to the right, the target volume will be higher.

Note, AGC will be active only if you enabled “noise reduction” in the “Options” screen.

Step 7: If you suffer from ambient noise that is generated by other people talking around you, a TV playing in the background etc.,  you can use the RNR algorithm to improve the attenuation of these type of noises. In order to do so, you should connect a second microphone to your PC. For example you can use a simple USB dongle & mic.

Place the second microphone (also known as a “reference microphone”) far away from you and near the source of the noise. Then, open the advanced options menu, enable RNR and select the second/reference microphone.

If you move the “RNR aggressiveness” slider to the right, the noise reduction will be more aggressive.

Note, when you activate RNR, the quality of the local echo cancellation might be reduced. Therefore, if you enable RNR, we recommend you use headsets or lower the volume of your speakers.


To set up SoliCall, go to Skype menu: Tools –> Options –> Audio Settings

Set the Microphone and Speakers to “SoliCall” and click ‘Save’

Configuring Skype


To set up SoliCall, go to: Preferences–> Devices.
Set the Microphone and the Speakers to “SoliCall”, then click Apply and OK.

Configuring X-Lite


To set up SoliCall for other soft-phone programs, go to the program’s main screen, look for the audio settings (usually in settings/tools-options/preferences) and change the Audio In (microphone) and the Audio Out (speakers) to SoliCall. If your soft-phone does not give you the option to change the audio device, it means that it is using the default audio device (or default communication device). In that case, you will need to change the default audio device (or the default communication device) in Windows to be SoliCall.