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Mic static noise comming and going

Hi, when on line video is perfect but voice is static of feedback. my speakers are far away from the mic, I moved them just in case but still lots of static please help.

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2009

    everytime i use the video on my quickcam connect it gets this loud static for like a minute or two and then it goes away...it happens frequently

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