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Process of elimination needed. Plug a corded mic into the wireless channel. Does it also cut in and out? If not then it sounds like the wireless is the one cutting in and out...not unusual for cheap units. Your wireless is not a cheapie? Then check the wireless squelch setting located on the receiver as it may be set too high.
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.
I found the answer. Rosetta Stone has a problem detecting the mics if
the speaker input is not in someway connected to the mic. I'm not
exactly sure how it works, but I don't care and neither should you.
Follow these steps each time you want to use it and you should be fine. *I'm on Vista, but this should work for every one. 1. Open Control Panel 2. Open Hardware and Sound 3.Open Sound 4.Set Line 1 as your Default Speaker 5. Refresh the Mic list *All of your mics should now show up. 6. In Rosetta Stone, apply the mic you want and finish the setup. 7.Start whatever language you're using and switch back to the Sound menu. 8.Set whatever speaker you want to use as default. *Rosetta Stone will continue to work fine until you close it, switch Users, or remove the mic.
short you have to set the default speaker to LINE 1 to get the mics to
appear. Then when you apply the settings switch the default speaker
The wire leading into the headset is likely broken. Usually this occurs at the entrance point of the jack or at the point where the wire enters the speaker, if they are worh repairing, open the speaker and check the condition of the wire. this can be as easy as pulling gently on the wire either side of the suspected break. if the wire is firm then it is likely alright, if the wire stretches, the wire is broken inside and only the insolation is keeping it togehter.
if this doesn't work then you will need an ohm meter and ohm out the cable, remember to flex the cable at the suspected area with the meter on, if the meter drops off you found your break.
solder up the break or if in the case of the jack solder on a new jack.
hi, you have to connect the jabra audio jack to the audio source, to the speaker output of your receiver for example. If jabra detects the source it will work. If you cut the connection, jabra watch for a while if something happend and than stops the transmittion. Hope that helps
A8V-VM SE FRONT PANEL AUDIO does not work. The back panel audio speaker port works ok but not the MIC port. I have built over 100 pcs with different motherboards & procesors including several other Asus MoBo both Intel and AMD types. BIOS flas did not help. Asus tech support /knowledge base is useless to find answers.
If anyone has had this problem and solved it , please pot your answer.