- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
It sounds like you are still using the mic on the laptop. Because you are far away from it, it sounds like echo.
Make sure the phillips headset is selected in the Windows mixer.
Make sure you are plugged into the mic jack on the laptop.
Make sure the mic is not muted. This is a default setting.
This problem maybe from his/her side, or it's also possible from you speaker settings, if you are sure that there's no mic problem from your friend, follow the instructions below; (this is to be done on your skype settings)
Sign in to your skype account > Options > click Audio Settings on the left pane > Move the Speaker slider towards the right hand side (High) > Click Test (the green play button), if you can hear the "test sound" save the settings and try calling your friend again.
(This is to be done on your friends skype settings) Let him/her log in to his/her account > Options > Audio Settings > Mic volume (slide the volume to the extreme right) > save and try again. You can also do the settings while you are on the call with him/her so that you can see/know the changes instantly. If there's no problem with the mic or speaker, this will definitely fix it.
R U in a well?
The mic is too far away from your voice and is picking up surrounding "white noise" and causing your voice to sound distant and echoy (is that a word?)... move the bottom of the phone, where the mic is, closer to your lips and not under your chin.
LG makes good phones.
You can, and the results might be better than not optimizing, but they might be worse. The optimizing process listens for resonant frequencies in the room (what pitch "rings" longer in your room) as well as damped frequencies (what pitch sounds "dead" in your room) To do this, it needs a mic that's matched to the unit.
Different mics have different frequency response curves, so your friend's mic might think (for example) that 2500hz is really hot, but the yamaha mic would think it's normal.
Certainly won't hurt to try, but if you don't like the way things sound after optimizing, then just reset your yamaha to the default EQ.
Without more clarification I am assuming that you have the onboard mic plugged in normally & I don't know where the RF mic is connected.
First thing is that we know that you get sound from the shotgun mic in ch. 1. If you do not plan on using the onboard shotgun, then the fix is easy! Since it has been confirmed that ch. 1 works, just disconnect your shotgun & plug in the RF receiver to that, check your levels, and shoot away.
If you are still wanting to use that shotgun along with the RF, then I suggest that you re-read pages 51 - 54 of the instruction manual. You can find where to jack in, how to set, and change audio levels on these pages. Good Luck!
I WOULD CHECK THE COAX CONNECTION @ THE ANT HAVE SOMEONE MOVE THE WIRE AT THE ANT CONNECTION WHILE YOU LISTEN INSIDE IF THERE A LOOSE GROUND YOU WILL HEAR IT ON THE RECEIVER SIDE.. ALSO CHECK YOUR MATCH WITH AN SWR METER.. DON'T TRUST THE ONE ON THE RADIO IF YOU HAVE ONE GOOD LUCK