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I have a Phillips SE 450 with a headphone jack. Whenever I try to use the headphones I can hear the other party but they cannot hear me. I need to use the phone to do interviews via the internet, but

Need other party to hear me when using headset

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I don't have these headsets here and the setup to troubleshoot for your fault. But, I have an opinion.

It seems that the driver for the headset is not routing the sound from the net or other applications to the USB ports, as like with the sound from the media player.

For IE, look in the advanced settings for media and see if there is a setting for this. Also, check out all the media settings in the system for this.

I would search out the properties of the headset to see if there is a setting for this. Also search out the properties of the sound card where it allows for USB and regular sound sharing or routing.

I would also get in touch with the manufacture of this headset to find out if they know something or have a solution.

Jerry G.

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The 8800 does not support the stereo function on headphones.
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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.

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SOURCE: mic not working when headphone plugged in

Try changing the Windows Default Audio devices

  1. Go to control Panel
  2. Sounds and audio devices
  3. The Audio tab
  4. Then change the Sound Recording Device to Logitech Headphone INPUT
Hopefully this will work

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SOURCE: Insignia Bluetooh Headphone won't turn on. but can charge

put the charger in your headphones and hold both volume buttons
you should see a slight flash of blue light then press the multifunction to turn it on

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