Question about Cyber Acoustics AC401 Consumer Headset
I have my head set AC-401 plugged into back of computor, and my mike won't work, neither can i hear anything
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The first thing to check is that nothing is muted/turned down low in the Volume Control/Mixer. Then you need to go into the audio settings in AIM and select a different Microphone from the list. The one set to default is not the one you need. You'll either have a USB input/output for the headset or 2 jack plugs for input and output. These use different drivers on the computer. So just try using the different drivers from the list, one call at a time, remember to reboot AIM as you try each different one, and that the microphone volume settings are turned up in the AIM programs as well as you Volume Control/Mixer.
Hope this helps you progress
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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