Not everytime, but alot of times when I am talking to people on the phone, they say that it sounds like the mic is right next to my mouth. I'm not sure if this is something I can fix myself as I do have some experience with electronics, so if anyone has an idea of what to do then I appreciate your help and will rate you the max possible. I've looked through all of the software settings that I know of (not any codes to punch in though).
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this does not have to do with the poor network. you see, if the network is responsible for this, you wouldn't be able to hear the person clearly or the line would be breaking up. since you are not experiencing any of these, it has to be a peripheral fault from your phone. it is most likely that your iphone has a faulty mic. the best way to go about this normally is that you look around the lower part of the phone(either in the front or back or on the underlying flat edge) and try to locate a small pin-like hole in the phone(that is the mic). the hole could be rectangular too depending on the type of phone. when you find this, try cleaning it or using some air pressure to blow out dust particles that could be in it and could prevent it from transmitting your voice properly. note:do not use any material like a pin or sharp object in it as it could puncture it. if this persists, you have to send it to a qualified repairer as apple products are delicate products. hope this helped? please rate
Check the windows audio settings from the bottom right , right click , select adjust audio properties , and make sure your microphone is set to it's highest levels , the screech can be caused by feedback so turning down your speakers may help with this. Skype also has audio configuration settings of their own , check the audio settings on skype and configure as required , doesn't sound like a hardware fault tbh
go to control panel
sound and audio devices
under voice recording clk volume and mute the mic phone...........
some how your mic is conflicting with speakers. Keep your mic away from your speakers..
1.Click on Start
2.navigate to Control Panel
3.click on Sound, Speech and Audio Device
4.click on Sounds and Audio devices
another window will appear
click on the Voice tab
on the Voice Recording
click on Volume
there should appear another window
adjust the Mic Volume