When I hit the speaker with the line through it, nothing happens. I can hear on my end, but whoever I am talking to can't hear me. I know I am muted, because it says I am, but I can't figure out how to unmute.
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First Make sure that both you and the person you are calling are using the latest version of Skype.
If your contact cannot hear you, it can be either on your side or theirs.
Please confirm that you have done the following:
If you go in the Tool menu, then Options, you will get a section called Audio settings.
There you can chose the right Input device, in your case you want the microphone of your webcam, and once it is selected try talking and you should see a "green line" showing as you speak confirming that the device is properly recording.
If the green line is short, you might want to boost the volume by moving the blue dot to the right. You can also uncheck the "adjust my volume automatically" since it can put your volume very low every time a loud noise is caught by the microphone.
If the camera microphone is not listed, installing your webcam software again should make it available after a reboot.
After That, try making a test call (Echo/Sound Test Service). If you can record your own voice and hear it played back to you, then the problem may lie with the person you are calling. If so, ask them to follow these instructions.
First test your microphone to see if it is working properly. Click on Start All Programs - Accessories - Entertainment - Sound recorder and record your voice and play it back. If it does not work, then reinstall the microphone driver and test again. When the microphone works then open Skype and configure the Audio settings. For details on configuring the microphone in Skype, click on this link and follow my instructions :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r6522317-skype_microphone_problem
To solve this problem ,do this;
goto start menu >control panel>sound and audio devices
in volume tab
under speaker settings , click on "advanced"
in speakers tabspeaker setup:select desktop stereo speakers
click performance tab
Hardware acceleration =full
sample rate conversation quality=best.
click on apply,and ok
select audio tab in sound and audio output.
click on volume ,unmute all .
increase all volume to high.
select voice tab
in click on volume ,unmute all .
increase all volume to high.
click on apply and ok.
then open your audio manager .increase play back volume and unmute all .
important :select default device (sound play back) .to your audio manager's default device .
after apply all settings .click ok
and close it.
in sound and audio output.
tick on "use only default devices".
do it and solve it
First check if the PC volume is normal, To unmute button in Skype
Click on CALL ( menu bar ) and click Unmute microphone
If this does not help, Do a Audio call and when you are connected to other person, check for a speaker like icon with bar across it - next to the timer it shows for the Call duration, click on it to unmute
I could hear the ring tone on mine, but couldn't hear the voice once they answered. Took the batteries out and disconnected the base for over 10 minutes, after I plugged it back in it was back to normal.