Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I recently purchased a new USB headset. Every so often people that i am talking to will hear a strange static noise coming from my microphone. They describe it as 'hornet sounds' I have tried moving the usb into different ports with no luck. This is a new headset so it cannot be a deterioration problem. Any ways i can fix it? The headset is a Gamdias Eros
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
by default the playback of your voice is muted. next to your clock theres the sound speaker icon click on it, you should see microphone somewhere there, if you dont press settings from the toolbar and then properties
then on the playback make sure there is a X on microphone.
then click ok, now check is the microphone muted? unmute it and speak to the microphone you should hear your own voice played back instantly from the speakers.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
Thats exactly how you do it:) Some times it doesnt matter what you do, you will get strange resonances. Careful EQ is the best way to tone it down. Some guitars will present boominess on certain notes, thats just the way they are. Acoustics rely on this boominess to some degree. Good luck and happy recording. :) Happy to talk more to you about it.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
SOURCE: Cannot use microphone.
Hi I have had a similar problem with a Mic, too things to try , first try it on a different appliance to rule out the appliance you are using, if it still doesn't work then it's most likely a short somewhere, tough to repair but worth a shot if you have the patience.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
This same thing happened to me. All I did was plug the mic into my keyboard, turned the mic volume to max, and turned the mic on. Then, I grabbed the part of the mic where the cord goes in, and started turning it. I turned it left and started hearing noise come out of the mic. I kept on doing this, until sound came out of the mic. I did this, and now the mic works again. Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
The plugs that they come with are substandard for regular removal.
(pluging in and out) the cable has no adequate strain relief causing the thin
cables inside to break. you will notice that it will crackle and temporarily come on
as you move the cable around near the plug end or where it joins the microphone.
Some times when people are engaged in conversation they play with the wire inadvertantly!!
i hope this has solved your problem.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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