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turn volume and mic gain half way up, plug in an external speaker into the PA jack, flip PA switch and key up, if it doesnt squeal your audio final is blown or it could be so simple as mic wired wrong or broken wire. try another mic.
The mics are of two types: electrostatic(cheap and modern) and old-stiled "dynamic". Old souncards were automatically switching to the mics type. Modern soundcards have to be switched manually. In "sound properties" you first must check in that mic is turned on, mic volume in max and in all menues avd buttons find something like "mic amplifier boost"and turn it on. It's only non-standart mic tuning option in standart systems. All other problems in defects. Soundcards can be verifyed by so: (with maximal speaker and mic volume) many times plug in and plug out any reacheable mics and headphones to the mic connection nest (hole), and listen(or recording) resulting scratches. If scratches or other related sounds are abscend(only noise), soundcard is bad. The mic problem may be in "jack left-right interconnection". This useful thing may hang some improper cards. Also that cards often cannot work with dynamic type. And they very sensitive to a manufacturer, and model of mic. Problem may be also in configuring multimode speaker nests in 5_1(7.1) cards like REALTEC - the mic nest may be switched to the speaker output mode. Open Realtec's control center(in control panel or quicklaunch icon) and check in mic nest to "mic mode" or switch mode from 5.1 to stereo speakers.
the fault is probably coming from the board and might need replacement so as to enable the mic work properly. you can take it to a repairer to fix or change the board. on the other hand, it could be that the new mic was also faulty. the best thing to do is to take both your phone and the mic to a qualified repairer and see if he helps. hope this helped you? please rate
First, try another mic on the radio to be sure it's the mic and not the radio causing the problem. If it's the mic, check the wiring circuits for a bad switch or broken wire. Simply...the TX circuit is closed and the RX is open when the key is squeezed. The RX circuit is closed and the TX circuit is open when the key is released. Use a simple ohm meter to check for resistance between the pins on the mic (after removal from the radio of course). Open circuit will read 1, closed circuit should be very close to zero. You'll probably find the TX circuit never closes when the key is squeezed. Could be a broken wire or faulty switch in the handset. Also check...If the mic "keys up"...you see the meter move normally, but no voice...it's either a faulty mic element (the little round thing you talk into) or the audio circuit of the radio has a defective component which a good CB shop can replace.
Turn your controller on. Turn the first mic on by pressing the button on the bottom until it flashes. Then press the small round button on the X box then hold in the button on the bottom of the mic. It should flash a lot telling you it is on. Repeat with the second mic. When you get into the game the second mic will not light up again until it tells you to shake the mic to sing a song. Also, make sure you do not have any other controller connected. (Like a guitar or drums) Hope this helps. I was very frustrated Christmas morning trying to figure it out, but now they work everytime.
try to find the setings for the mic..and chec for volume ...mute ...if it has something like call setup...also see if the proper mic is selected if it has somethig like this ..it will apear like ...your camera name ...or realteck driver ...selection ...this occures mostly when the mic doesnt have a separate jack ..but works via the same usb plugin
well either it doesnt have i mic built in or its been broken or filled with dirt so no 1 can hear you. do you now where the mic is positioned on the laptop if so try cleaning it and if it doesnt work you might have to buy a mic to plug into it.