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My headphone"s mic is not working with rear and front panels and sound is scratchy also.

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Either the sound card is broken or you are just conecting it wrong. are you shure you have conected it in the red one?

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WHERE DO I CONNECT MIC


If you have a front panel, the sockets are usually marked. The Mic socket should have a symbol representing an old fashioned desktop microphone. Perhaps the easiest to recognise is the headphone socket.

Line out will, usually, work fine from the headphone socket but, depending on what you want it for, may need some amplification. Similarly, line in will usually be happy in the Mic socket.

If there are no markings, trial and error will not do any damage. Start with the line out which will not be powered and play some Windows(R) sounds.

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How do i get the mic to work on my headphones they r headrush headphones


you need to activate it from volume panel. go to Options then properties. from the properties panel just check everything applying to mic like "mic volume" "front micro" so on and it'll appear in the volume panel. from the volume panel just disable mute to activate the mic

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My front panel headphone& mic connecting pcb have only 7 slots and the cable is named as 1)LINE OUT FR,2)LINE OUT RR,3)LINE OUT FL,4)LINE OUT RL,5)MIC IN(R),6)GROUND,7)MIC POWER(L) how can it connect...


FR stands for Front Right, FL for Front Left, RR for Rear Right and RL for rear left. These are speakers connections. You need a convertr cable to connect your headphones with your PC. After getting cable, connect it with FR and FL or RR and RL pair. Your headphone will be working. Similarly get the cabl for Mono to Stereo Mic and you can connect your mic too. (ehteshamhusain@gmail.com)

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Headphone problem


Did you installed all drivers ?

Are there FRONT audio jacks you are trying to connect your headphones/mic ?
Dit it work before ?

First install all (incl. audio) drivers and try to get audio from BACK connectors (Green is speakers/headphones, Pink is Mic.)
If it workson on REAR, but not on FRONT connectors, check if you have another icon for AUDIO settings in Control panel and try to set FRONT audio settings.

Check if FRONT audio connectors are connected to your motherboard.

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First thing, you have plugged in to the wrong point, plug in the speaker to the headphone slot(mostly light green in color).

MIC point is specifically for MIC not speakers.

The point which works for your headphones would work perfectly for speakers.

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I had the same problem... with my laptop, using vista. I plugged the mic dirrectly into my laptop and for some miracle, it works! try it out! ^-^

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Mic


Try a different set of headphone, if it works, then it is the headphone set.

If you get same problem with all headphones, then

If you get no sound: ensure that you have sound from speaker, if you get sound from speakers and no headphone working, then there is a problem in the headphone connection.

If you have no sound at all , not even with speakers, then check audio settings in control panel, ensure audio is not muted. If audio settings are OK, then you need to reinstall audio driver, or you have a faulty audio card.

Additionally, if it is only the mic not working then do the following:

Go to control panel and open sound and audio device.

Open volume settings and find settings for mic.

Tick off the mute option.

The mic is muted by default in Windows, that is usually the reason why it is not working.

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Re: scratchy speaker sound quality


Have you tried with headphones?  Scratchy WITH heaphones. Reinstall driver. If it's NOT scratchy with headphones.  Either your speakers are blown, (which usually doesn't happen), you need to reinstall your sound card drivers, or bad settings.  Double click sound horn. Turn some volumes haflway, or mute sound channels you aren't using. Options Properties will let you show ALL sound properties. Ctrl+S makes the sound properties half size.
ReInstall Drivers: Start - Settings - Control Panel - System - Device Manager, Expand Sound Controllers, Right Click on your sound card, Click Uninstall.  Reboot and reintall.  
Might ask to reinstall automatically.  Thats fine.  Install then reboot.  I prefer to cancel the install until I have rebooted.  But both ways tend to work.  
Hope you don't have to change your speakers.  Need to pull your mobo to get to em. Instructions here pg. 5-55
James Mac

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