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Microphone not working. I can hear people, but they can't hear me

I work from home and this is really, really, annoying. This is like the 3rd logistics USB headset I buy, I bought them from walmart, and I keep having the same problem with them after a couple of months.
For some reason, there is a shortage in the wires or something, because I can hear people, but the microphone isn't working.
It starts having lots of static, and then I can manage to fix that, and then one day it will just completely go out.
I'm tired of buying these darn headsets, and I never keep the freakin' receipts to see if I still have warranty on it still.
Anyone else ever have this problem?

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Hi!

The plugs that they come with are substandard for regular removal.
(pluging in and out) the cable has no adequate strain relief causing the thin
cables inside to break. you will notice that it will crackle and temporarily come on
as you move the cable around near the plug end or where it joins the microphone.

Some times when people are engaged in conversation they play with the wire inadvertantly!!

i hope this has solved your problem.

take care.

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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