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on the left side of the unit there is a small switch , , set this switch to MIc , or if using a condenser mic set to phantom-mic this gives the mic power , but I will caution you to watch you units power ind as with that setting you battery will drain down quicker than usuall , you will get best results with balanced mic's as the other types will introduce noise (thumping sound) into the recording also try to keep cord lengths down to less than 15 feet as this will introduce noise into recording as well
go to control panel and double click on sound and audio devices.and click on audio tab and select the sound recording.and click on volume box in that.you can see recording mixer. you can see some controllers in that and check mic controller have in it.if not select option and then properties. and put the tick mark in-front of mic and click on OK. after that you can see mic controller on the recording mixer. after that check , you can see button named as "advance" on botom in mic controller. if cant see click on option and put the tick in-front of advance controller word. now you can see that advance button in mic controller. click on that button and put the tick on mic 1 boost. close all tabs and check
A stereo computer system with resources to produce and record surround sound channels. Such surround sound channels are played or recorded using an audio card added to the computer system, which audio card controls additional speakers and/or microphones. Software for redirecting instructions from existing stereo application programs and sending these instructions to the existing audio device driver and the additional audio device driver is needed. Resources for processing the digital audio data for either extracting surround sound channels from two channel data provided by the application, or for encoding two sets of two channel audio data recorded by the two audio cards is also needed
The problem may not be with de speakers. They don't need drivers, try reinstalling you'r sound card driver... If that doese'n work, it means the speakers may be broken... But try the sound card thing firs... Good luck, Dan
It is a general problem, you have to see on control panel, and see if the correct drivers for the particular modem is well installed. Also check your conection again, (settings) for your TCP/IP configuration, and dialup? set up.
check your drivers for your modem too, and if you set up correctly the Messenger, on setup the mic,cam, and sound.
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SOUND RECORDING\MIC ON USB CAMERA
In Windows XP
Select the proper Audio Input Device (Sound Recording) under the Audio
Tab in Sounds and Audio Devices in Control panel. Usually it is name
after the USB Camera.
Check your connections on Rear part of your PC. Lime is for Sound Out
usually a speaker, Pink is for Mic, Blue for Audio Input.
Using a dump clothe. Wipe the plugs with a twisting motion.
If all fails then You may have a Sound Card problem. Using a spare
Speaker or Headphone check it if it works. If its not then its
Defective and needs replacement. If its working then your Speakers or
Headphones are defective. Try fixing them by cleaning or checking the
Continuity of its cables using a analog Multi tester.