I have no idea how to use the NEXXTECH CLIP-ON MICROPHONE
I bought the Nexxech Clip on Microphone to use with Skype. My plan was to use the computer speakers to hear and the microphone to talk into. That way myself and the rest of the family could participate in the chat. However, the only way I can seem to make it work is to plug in both the green and pink/orange cables in to the computer and listen and talk through the earpiece/microphone. Is there not a way to just have the microphone connected and listen through the computer so everyone can participate? There do not seem to be instructions for this. I am sure this should be straightforward so cannot begin to express my frustration with my computer illiteracy!!
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I don't know what make & model of microphone or clip light you're using, but try unplugging the microphone cable from the preamp. That will tell you if the problem is in the microphone or the preamp/amplifier.
If you still get noise with microphone unplugged, try checking the power supply. You'll probably hear any hum from power supply. Make sure you're using one that's recommended or sold by the manufacturer.
Finally, try replacing the output cable. Any open circuits in the output cable could cause hum & noise.
Yes this Dell laptop does have a built-in mic. If the person cannot hear you then, either your microphonedriver not installed or not working OR the microphone is not configured inSkype. To test your microphone then click on Start - All Programs - Accessories -Entertainment - Sound recorder. Then record your voice and then play it back.If this is OK then the microphone need to be configured in Skype. To configure the microphone - Open Skype - Tools - Options -Audio Settings for the Microphone THEN click on Save.
Open skype go to tools options scroll to audio settings or video settings on the right you will see webcam setting you can change the settings from there click apply after changing any settings also you can see the webcam there you can even take a snapsot also make sure your settings are correct for a video call click start control panel sounds and audio devices select advanced there might be a tick in the mute box untick select audio from the microphone drop down list make sure you have the right one selected and in the volume box make sure the microphone box has a tick in it or select the voice tab and make sure that you have the right media selected also select volume make sure the box for microphone has a tick in it
using skype you have to set your headphones in cotrol panel sounds and audio devices audio and also voice select the right one your computer is using from microphone drop down list also in skype in the top right corner select tools from the drop down list options audio settings make sure the microphone is using the same as your computer you can make a free test call or you can select learn about setting up your audio equipment if you cant get your microphone to work
hope this helps
this confused me too! if you havn't figured it out already there is an adaptor screwed into the mic clip to work with standard mic stand mounts. in order for it to fit on the desk stand that comes with it, you have to to first unscrew the adaptor sitting inside the barrel of the mic clip. then it will be the right size to screw onto the stand.
I'd recommend email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Applied microphone.com sells a universal clamp for their Wi5 wireless microphone system that works for brass, woodwinds and stringed instruments.