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My mic is not working.

It is plugged in, i went thru the steps recommended in the user manuel. rebooted it, turned it off and on. and it still wont work.

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Re: my mic is not working.

Same with me its not working crappy mic i say i have a head set mic but i can hear others but they cant here me.

Posted on Apr 11, 2008

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Mic twont turn on

There is no way to directly connect this mic via USB. It requires a phantom power source, through an XLR mic cable.

Oct 11, 2013 | CAD Microphones GXL1200 Professional...

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I am using pro tools 8 LE. I have a blue bluebird condenser microphone. the cable going into the mic is a male 3 pronged end. and the end going into my avid mbox mini is a normal ending (the ones that look...

The mbox mini is usb powered, wont work without power so your mac or pc must be powered on and connected. The blue led will be on when powered. Assuming you have the the appropriate cables, you want to make sure the condenser is plugged into the Mic/Line input. (Input 1 on the back of the mbox mini). All condenser mics require phantom power, so engage the +48V switch. Also make sure the DI (direct input) switch is not engaged. The input gain control is located on the front of the mbox... There needs to be speakers connected to the 1/4 output jacks on the back of the mbox or headphones on the front for sound output. Use the large knob for monitor volume control.
In protools: Create a Stereo Master fader track
Create a mono audio track
Set the input of the mono audio track to Mic/Line 1 Arm the track for record (click & make sure the R is red)
You should getting levels and sound output from your condenser.

Apr 01, 2011 | Blue Microphones Blue Bluebird Condenser...

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It wont power up if plug in

Depends on the kind of microphone. Some mics use PHANTOM power, a small 24 -48volt signal that makes the microphone operate. Mics that don't need it will ignore it, but mics that do will require it to function, otherwise they will not work at all. If you have a mixer with a PHANTOM power switch, turn it on and try it, otherwise you may need to get an outside phantom power supply from a music store or pro audio shop.
Another possibility is the microphone is not the same impedance as the input you are plugging it into. You may need get a line transformer to step up the volume of the mic to work with your system. Again, check with the store. Always read your manuals too if you have one. Good Luck.

Feb 21, 2011 | Microphones

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I've got a new Blue Snowball mike that worked great out of the box, but now, a week later, it just gets a "device not recognized" message when I plug it in. I've tried rebooting, and...

I had the same problem with my PC and went to where I downloaded and installed the driver and it worked!! I found the site by reading this FAQ (see below) at Blue under Snowball.
(But I still have the same problem with my MAC).

"If you should experience any problems getting the program to recognize the mic, Adobe recommends the following: If the device does not allow you to record, then your microphone is not being detected as a valid input device in Premiere Elements. You can use an open source program called ASIO4ALL, which is a device driver that essentially wraps existing WDM devices, like USB microphones, as ASIO-compatible sound devices. Use the following steps to utilize this tool:
  1. Quit Premiere Elements.
  2. Visit the following web page and download the latest available version of ASIO4ALL:
  3. Install the software, and restart the system if asked to do so by the installer.
  4. Make certain that your microphone is plugged in.
  5. Launch Premiere Elements. Go to the 'Edit->Preferences..>Audio Hardware' menu option. For the Default Device, choose the ASIO4ALL option. Click the ASIO Settings button, then select your microphone from the list of devices, click Exit, and then click OK on the Preferences dialog. Close and then restart Premiere Elements."

Dec 28, 2010 | Blue Microphones Snowball Professional...

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The devise does not hear my voice what should i do?

The first step is to go into your volume control panel and check to be sure that the microphone fader is not muted and is turned up. Also, what application are you attempting to talk to someone with -- telphone, IM chat, game chat?

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Cyber acoustic mc 1060

For Vista 32 bit. Go to the driver manager. De-instal/delete the driver in the Sound, Video and Game section. In my case it was RealTek High Def Audio ver (Select Delete the driver files.) Reboot. Vista will reinstall a driver. In my case it was Microsoft High Def audio ver 6.0.6000.16386. I had the mic plugged in when I rebooted to load the new driver. The Cyber Acoustics ML-1060 now works fine. Hope this helps.

Jan 25, 2008 | Cyber Acoustics CV-1064 Microphone

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Entertech mic ed-9000--Mic stopped working

Could be the wiring in the RCA cable.
Swinging mike to and fro can wear through the power wiring inside the cable.
I'm on my 3rd cable.
Manufacturers have said they recognise this is a common fault with product but it seems they are not taking any steps to rectify.
I found that using the mike with batteries sometimes works.
If you get a new cable may be a good idea to reinforce the top 12 - 18 inches of the cable to avoid same problem in future.

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