Hi i bought a headset from E Thing for the microphone that comes with it the microphone works fine but i never here any sound from my headset it's always coming from my speakers why won't my headse over ride the speakers or at least work with it???
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Try uninstalling and reinstalling your sound card driver. Also do the same for any software that has anything to do with your sound card. If this diesn't work, try restoring to a point before you had the problem. If you is usb and one is standard then it has to be soundcard or software, more then likely it's a driver issue.
I have the same problem. I suspect that this headset is not USB compatible at all. It possibly only uses the USB connection as a source of power (for the vibration effect). This is a problem for me because I wanted to use the headset on a PS3. Saitek don't claim that it works with the PS3, but the claim of USB compatibility is ambiguous and misleading in my opinion.
The headsets usually have two connectors or a single usb connector please ensure that bothe the jacks are connected to the correct ports for details on the port connection pl visit: http://www.mediatech.com.tw/faq.htm
Hi Bob, The first thing to check is that nothing is muted/turned down low in the Volume Control/Mixer. Then you need to go into the audio settings in AIM and select a different Microphone from the list. The one set to default is not the one you need. You'll either have a USB input/output for the headset or 2 jack plugs for input and output. These use different drivers on the computer. So just try using the different drivers from the list, one call at a time, remember to reboot AIM as you try each different one, and that the microphone volume settings are turned up in the AIM programs as well as you Volume Control/Mixer.
You should take your headset to another computer/location and see if your problem still exists. That way you can eliminate problems with either your computer hardware or your outgoing internet connection (jitter). I don't think that the CD will be necessary, since it is a USB device, which contains it's own little sound card and doesn't need any drivers. If the problem persists and it turns out to be a problem with the headset, I would definitely return/exchange it.
Go to Control Panel and Click on Sounds, Click
on Audio, then Click on the Microphone. Then Click on the drop
down and select the boom mike or the Camera Microphone.
Click OK and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud
Go to start then control pannel then sounds and audio devices. Then in in the volume tab select advanced in the device volume section. When the mixer comes up go to options then properties select the recording option a recording mixer will come up make sure to check the microphone box. Raise the level in the ixer and you should be golden. If you want to hear the mic select playback mixer and raise the mic level. Hope this helps. : ]