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Re: headphones with mic model # na
Try this one:
1.Click on Start
2.navigate to Control Panel
3.click on Sound, Speech and Audio Device
4.click on Sounds and Audio devices
another window will appear
click on the Voice tab
on the Voice Recording
click on Volume
there should appear another window
adjust the Mic Volume
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This type of audio feedback loop can happen on any mic if you are playing back audio at a loud volume on speakers that are close to the mic while the mic is on - which tends to happen on Skype calls. Try lowering your speaker volume or using headphones to hear the audio, then speak into mic, and the feedback should be reduced.
My mic DOES pick up stuff, we just can't quite figure out where the mic actually is so we can talk into it and actually hear us talking pretty well, we can slightly hear us talking into it in a recording, but it's so low! (we/us being me and my friend)
Check connection - When you enter into a voice chat with friends, each participant should take turns trying to press and hold down the Press to Talk button. Everyone else should see their name turn red when they do that. If you see their names turn red, but don't hear anything, it may be a microphone / speaker problem, or it may be that we have more bugs that we need to fix. If you don't see their name turn red, you are probably having connection problems and that's why it's not working. · Get the latest version - Please make sure that everyone who is using the voice chat feature has the latest version. · Check mic and speakers - Check that your microphone works and that your speakers are turned on. Here's how: * make sure the mic is plugged in correctly. * adjust the mic properties. - go to the control panel (start button -- settings -- control panel) - click on the multimedia icon - you should see a tab for audio - make sure that the recording volume is set high. * you can test your mic. by doing the following. - Click the Windows Start button, then go to Programs, then Accessories, then Multimedia, then click on Sound Recorder - A new window called Sound Recorder will pop up. Click on the record button (a red circle), then say
There is no need to dodownload something. assuming that you have already installed correctly the audio card drivers. If you are able to hear sounds from the speakers, the audio card is installed correctly. So plug the green male jack to the green female jack and the red male one at the red female jack (if your headset has no mic, is only headphones, there isn't any red jack). From now on you must be able to hear sounds from the headphones and talk to the mic for someone to listen.
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If your X3's microphone is working, you should be able to hear yourself in the headset when you talk into it. Plug the chat-controller cable in both the headset and the controller, then talk into the X31 mic. Can you hear yourself in the headset? If yes, then the microphone is OK but you probably need a new chat-controller cable. If not, then the microphone may be broken and you should contact Turtle Beach tech support at email@example.com.
Please check if the color of your connector is in exact place. If you want to used mic please insert it to color pink or red then if you want to hear sometimes using your headphone plug it the connector for audio in green. Usually if your head phone has mic then the connector has two different plug for mic and audio out.
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.