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I own two MXL 990's and have had no issues with extra noise of any kind. I would suggest checking or replacing the mic cables with new or known good ones. Also I don't know what you are connecting it to but a weak or noisy Phantom Supply could also cause extra noise.
Double Click the speaker icon on the right hand bottom ( next to clock ) of the desktop screen.Click options, then click properties. Form the drop down list tick MIC.Now your **** socket is active but by default the MUTE box will be ticked. Untick to enable it. Adjust MIC level for clear sound.
in skype go to tools>options>audio setting make sue the microphone is logitech and the green bars should start moving as you talk. if no logitech appears or the mic is not producing sound. call logitech for warranty info. if the mic is producing sound below is "make a free skype test call" to see if the program is transmitting.
The microphone level can only be adjusted in certain games. Have you tried using the mic in any other games? Most likely, the mic is simply defective; I have heard of more than one case of manufacturing defects with Nintendo DS microphones. How long have you had the system? If it is still under warranty, Nintendo should fix the system for free.
In Vista, right click on the speaker icon in your system tray (usually located at the bottom right of the screen) and select "Recording Devices". Be sure that your microphone is enabled in this list. In Skype and MSN, find the audio hardware setup, and make sure to select your mic-in port into which the mic is plugged.
Sounds like the mic is bad. The only way to confirm this is to plug a different mic into the computer and see if that works. If the second mic gives no sound then the computer may have an issue.
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