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SOUND IS DISTORTED.NOT TRUE ACCURATE SOUND

THE SOUND WAS PERFECT, THEN BECAME DISTORTED AND HIGH PITCHED

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Check ur mic in volume control its may be on boost mode
Volume.>>>>>>mic>>>>>>property>>>>>boost>>>>uncheck it

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