I gather this ain't possible then? Alot of ppl have read this post
I 'm using a logitech clearchat comfort usb headset
A lot of people have written PhD's on echo cancellation - it's not a trivial subject )-:
However, cancelling echo is very possible - but we've not a lot to go on here. I'm guessing (from your other posts?) You're using twinkle connected to an SPA3000 device and from there calling out over the PSTN - and it's the PSTN calls you get echo on? (Do you get echo on VoIP calls too?)
So what causes echo - almost always it's the far-end, and odd as this may sound, that's by design of the analogue phone system.
In the PSTN world where we pick up an analogue phone, it's digitised at the exchange, sent digitally, then converted back into analogue for the far-end, then, because of the way the analogue circuits work, (we only have 2 wires!) it's sent back to us again, so there is still echo, but it's so fast that we can't hear it. (Typically we can't hear echo if it's under 30ms) We will hear it on long-distance lines (trans atlantic), but that's when the phone companies employ their own echo cancellers.
In a pure digital system we have the equivalent of 4 wires - 2 for send and 2 for receive, so we can completely split speech in both directions and not get echo. (unless the far-end is using a speaker phone!)
When we go from VoIP to analogue, the extra conversion and packetisation times added by our devices on-top of the existing end to end delay is usually long-enough that we start to notice it, so we need to cancel it. Your case takes analogue from your headset, converts it to VoIP in your PC, sends it to the SPA3000 which converts it back to analogue and then it goes over the PSTN. All these conversions add up and can introduce delays that cause echo.
So the place to look is the device you're using to bridge the VoIP and analogue worlds - see what controls it has, what settings, knobs and dials that you can fiddle with. (I'm guessing this is the spa3000 in your case)
In my world where I deploy Asterisk systems connecting to the PSTN, there are a variety of echo cancellers avalable - I've not had much luck with the Linksys, etc. boxes myself, much prefering to use a PCI card in the Asterisk server itself.