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HOW DO I TAKE THE DISTORTION OUT OF MY PC MICROPHONE THAT IS BUILT INTO MY MONITOR?

I'M TRYING TO TAKE THE DISTORTION OUT OF THE MONITORS MICROPHONE AND ALSO I'M TRYING TO STOP THE DELAY OF MY WEBCAM WHEN RECORDING,CAN YOU HELP ME PLEASE?

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  • Brian Jones May 11, 2010

    There can be several reasons why you have the delay when recording...

    what software are you using and is that upto date?

    do you have the lates drivers installed?

    How much free RAM do you have in the system?

    What OS is this running?

    Have you or can you reduce the resolution that you are recording at?



    Microphones that are built into the monitor are generally of poor quality to begin with.



    Is there a Microphone in jack on the system sound device?

    I would try an external mic.

    I would also make sure that you are running the lastet version of the sound drivers

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Right-click the speaker icon in the right side of the taskbar on the bottom of the screen. Select Audio properties - on the Mic section there should be a checkbox with -10db or something simular there, check that box to see if your microphone performance improves. You can also lower the slider if still less amplification is desired. Built-in mic's are of the lowest quality, and the default amplification setting can be much too high depending on your mic's sensitivity, which will cause extreme distortion. I typically only use them if my main mic fails or is unavailable.

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