Ok well this isnt really a problem but my sister has the same mic as me and she can do really cool things with it like make people sound like chipmunks and stuff but i cant. i bought mine the other day the same one as her. how do i get mine to do this
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if it plugs into the line in or mic in using the 3.5 mm plug then no, the mic won't need a driver. Your playback and recording devices on your computer DO need drivers. Sounds like a computer config issue to me. Could be a few different things
1. Try the microphone on another USB port and check. 2. If not OK, try the microphone on another computer and check. 3. If OK on another computer, re-install it or recover the O.S. from a backup. 4. If on another computer the same problem exists, the microphone could have a internal control defect.
Other than being dropped, or the xlr connection is faulty...a sm58 is pretty indestructible. Try a differnt cable, a different channel on the mixer. Mght be time to spend the 100.00 and get a new one. Be careful of fakes that are out there.
are u sure the type of mic ur using is made for phantom power? if it is. try opening up the gain on the sound board just a tad. if that doesnt work turn the master slider up. try other mics and see if it isnt ur soundboard or speakers
hi you will probablt find it has beed dropped or banged about a bit as they are usually really good and dont usually break unless they have been dropped or even got wet what you can d is check the battery terminals are good if still no joy then remove casing and check wires that goto the battery terminals failing this their isnt much you can do as you wont be able to get replacement parts because they dont repair these they just replace but check everything you can before you get rid of the unit ok let me know if you need further assistance
Right click on your volume icon in Windows, and see if the mic input is lowered at all. Bring the fader up as high as it can go on the mic. Depending on your sound card, you might also see an icon marked "-20 db pad". Make sure this is NOT checked.
According to the specifications, the CVL-1066 has a frequency response of 100-10000 Hz. If your voice is particularly low (and I mean, really, really bass-heavy), it might not be able to pick it up clearly.
One last thing to check is that you've plugged it into the "mic" port on your sound card and not the "line in" port. If you post your sound card type (or motherboard), I'll help you further with which port it should be plugged into. Also be sure to mention if you're using Vista or XP (or another OS altogether).