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When i talk in the mic everyone says my mic is to loud an is in the red .i can not make the audio go down can not find the logitech mic controll

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Most headsets do not come with a volume control interface but your mic can be adjusted by going to Sound and audio devices via the control panel of your start menu. The volume can be accessed through the audio tab. Also, depending on the program you are using i.e. Skype, Team Speak or other, your volume settings can also be adjusted within that program as well. Hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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