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Volume will not increase Icom 127 microphone

I can't increase the volume on the hand mike, its at the max setting and I can barely hear it. This was a sudden change in it's preformance.

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Hi, I have HT-1001 mic, the volume from the mic is low, any possibility increase the volume? do i need to use the external Amp?


The mike can be a mismatch with your CB A booster mike amplifier with a volume control will suffice.

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Samson G-Track recording volume issue


Try using a computer with a dedicated sound card, not an onboard sound chip. A condenser mike can't provide very much power on its own, and requires power from the attached receiver/amplifier.

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My built in mic is not working properly,when I call somebody hear me but I don't hear him!


If the other person can hear you then YOUR microphone is working fine.
The reason may be that his microphone is faulty (solution below)
Otherwise:
  1. Make sure the volume is turned up on your speakers (and if using external speakers they are plugged in / turned on) . To increase volume go to Control Panel, Sounds & Audio Devices and adjust the slider on "Device Volume" . Also click on "Loudspeaker Volume" and adjust the sliders there as necessary.
  2. Can you hear other sounds (like playing music or videos)? If yes then you need to adjust the audio settings for your calling program (skype or whatever). Launch the appropriate program Click on Tools and ' test audio properties' on the program tool-bar. Follow the instructions on the screen.
  3. Try plugging in headphones and see if you can hear better on them.

Using a microphone with computer

To use any microphone with your computer you will need to enable it in control panel. The following instructions are for Windows XP but are broadly similar for Vista and Win7


Click START, CONTROL PANEL, SOUNDS & AUDIO DEVICES


Click VOICE


In the Sounds & Audio Devices Properties window locate the SOUND PLAYBACK box and click the VOLUME button. Make sure that there is not a tick (check-mark) in the MUTE box against microphone in the list of devices and that the volume slider is at the top of the scale.


Also make sure that the MUTE ALL box isn't checked before closing the window.


Now click the VOLUME button in the SOUND RECORDING BOX. Here you need to SELECT microphone as an input source for recording (as opposed to un-checking mute in the playback controls).


NOTE if microphone is not listed in the 2 sets of volume controls click OPTIONS, PROPERTIES on the tool-bar and place a check against microphone in the list entitled 'show the following volume controls' and then click OK.


That should be it.

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How do you bring the volume up on the c01u microphone beacause i barely hear myself when i talk


Since it's probably going through some form of electronics I would think that is where your volume control would be. Name it.

Jan 21, 2011 | Samson C01U Consumer Microphone

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I bought a new logic unit (front face) of Icom F121 and it needs to be restored. How do you restore a logic unit for the Icom F121?


1- You have to to "Reserve" mode.2- Change Set Mode Access: Inhibit to Enable3- Common>>Secutity Change Set Mode Access : Inhibit to Enable4- Enter RX TX frequency and write to the radio.
or you can download version Rev 1.7 from here:
http://www.two-way-radio-tools.com/icom-softwares.html
http://www.two-way-radio-tools.com/icom-radio.html

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I can hear from someone, but he/she can't hear anything from me. Does it set up problem or headphone problem?


Make sure that you have the microphone plugged into the RED socket on your computer. On the right hand side of the taskbar, right click on the little speaker icon, and press open volume controls. Make sure that Microphone is not muted and that the volume level is adjusted right.

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I am trying to set up a microphone on the in-laws computer and I can barely hear myself when I do a test on skype


what version of windows do you have ? FOR vista/Windows 7
Control Panel The Hardware and Sound category Sound Recording TAB look at the microphone2_bing.gif there - - Hight light - then click on properties button - Levels TAB - see if volume set high and if muted or not [url]http://content.techrepublic.com.com/2346-10877_11-358565-10.html?tag=content;leftCol[/url]

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Remote microphone shure slx1 can't get enough volume I have control board maxed and I barely hear myself on speakers. the problem not in speakers or the sound board.the first time when I started getting...


1) Make certain the switch on the side of the SLX1 is set to "mic".
2) Make certain the output of the SLX4 receiver plugged into a microphone input, not a line input on your mixer.

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M-audio buddy feedback from mlx 990 condenser mike


Hey I Have These Mics They Work Awesome. But Yes Feedback Is A Problem You Need To Move Away From The Speakers Way Away. Try Lowering Your Highs Or Invest In A Feedback Eliminator They Are Like 89 Bucks But Obviously That Would Almost Cost As Much As The Mic Set. Anyways Feedback Is Made When A Microphone Can Hear Itself Maybe Try Headphone?

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