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Mic problems when i try get my mic to work its like a ssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh loud noise...i dont know how to fix it i tried to adjust the volume but nothing helps

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  • kristeeh Jan 25, 2009

    I get real echo of my voice and any movement near the web-cam mic when I use my web-cam and it is duplicated when use the "test hardware" under the Voice tab in Audio and Sound devices (Windows XP SP3).

    If I touch or move the cam the sound blasts us away.

    I have all other mics disconnected and checked mute on the microphone on master volume (this was for a mic that is not on USB.)

    khinton

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Go into the Control Panel and select Sound and Audio Devices.
Choose the tab Audio and then select under Sound Recording the Volume Button.
UNcheck any devices other than Microphone (checked). Also, put your microphone level midway.
See if that helps.

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

  • Ricky Ostrom
    Ricky Ostrom Nov 25, 2008

    Keep the mic away from the speakers, or you will get feedback.

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