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Sound is coming out like broken speakers when using stereo input

I'm a court reporter. The software I use has to run with stereo input. I have a separate box that a live mic plugs into, as well as a USB cable which also connects to the computer We've been able to get it to record but the sound comes out staticky and like broken speakers. When testing the sound, everything else sounds normal. The owner of the software suggested I get an external sound card, Audigy 2 ZS notebook which is discontinued. Any suggestions?

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The sound card would almost certainly fix the problem. One thing to do is to try a program like Audacity which will help you determine where the problem is. Then try it with your mic setup as it is.

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