Question about Microsoft LifeChat LX-6000 for Business - Headset - N5J-00001
I hear my own voice through earphones when talking with others.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should take your headset to another computer/location and see if your problem still exists.
That way you can eliminate problems with either your computer hardware or your outgoing internet connection (jitter).
I don't think that the CD will be necessary, since it is a USB device, which contains it's own little sound card and doesn't need any drivers.
If the problem persists and it turns out to be a problem with the headset, I would definitely return/exchange it.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
With the infamous Vista, try:
Start --> Control panel --> Hardware and sound --> Sound --> Audio devices admin [I have a Spanish OS, I hope it is the same in the English version], then assign as default device the headset.
With Skype and other sw, you have to specifically pick the lx-3000 as the device that will be used as audio device (and the same has to be done to use the mic).
Posted on May 21, 2009
Unless your getting an error message which you should post, you will need to go into the app that you want to use it for and make it the new default for that setting. The other thing to be aware of is the green lights down on the underside are green when charging, this doesn't mean it is on or sync'ed
press them both (i pressed both at the same time) and waited until they both stopped flashing green and the green stayed on.
Another tip it doesn't seem to work while it is plugged in to the power ?? (can't 100% confrim this)
ALSO if you can't hear anything, the stupid thing comes with the volume right down. so it doesn;'t matter how loud your computer's sound is you'll think your going crazy, but you need to turn the volume on the actual headset up.
Also it seems that it either turns down auto or when on power or that when you are fiddling with live button too much you might inadvertantly turn down, its really easy to turn all the way down, so you will think the speakers aren't working and change every setting in the book just to find out thats all it is,
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
I bought the headset recently and on first plug-in --- nothing! But then I realized that I had to open Sound in System Preferences and select them as the output choice. Works fine, though I haven't had a chance to test it out fully. But it works!
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
Yea, you can, you need to co to control panel and under sounds set the 360 head set control which will be your microsoft wireless control to default....but the sound is crapy..it seems that the manufacturers never designed this device for that kinda sound, only those who are talking to you with another mic...so i suggest sticking with your speakers or a good set of ear phones
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
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