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Re: i cant talk
-> make sure mic is connected correctly in the correct slot to the CPU
->go to control panel-> sound and audio and there is seperate tab for "microphone"-> have th volume to be full
-> you can test whether the mic works there itself.
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there are two kinds of microphones, One with 3.5mm jack pin and one with USB.
Connect your microphone to your computer using connector you have, it should be on back of your computer or infront of your laptop.... Then depending on windows you are using ..
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Right click on the Sound icon on your side bar (Sound icon is right beside where it shows date) then select play back device and then go into (recording) tab and then right click on mic and enable it..
If youare using different windows then you can just do right click on sound icon and then volume mixer and enable mic option.
First check whether your mic is connected properly. If yes, then open the sound recorder. It is in, all programs--accessories--entertainment. once you open the sound recorder, try to record some audio. you can just talk. It is done by clicking the button with a red dot. Then play it back. If you can hear what your recorded, you are almost there. If not your mic is bad or it is muted. To check this right click on the speaker button you will see on the right hand bottom corner (assuming you are using windows). click on "open volume conrol". Then click on options . Then click on properties and then click on recording. There should be a green check mark on the microphone. If no,t click on it. Then click ok. then check whether the select has a green check mark. If not click on it. Once this done, try the process of recording once again. Hopefully you should be able to record. now your system has the capability to function with mic. Now according to yahoo or skype or whatever you are using you need to tune the audio according to the instruction from the program. Hope this helps
1. Double click on the volume control icon in the system tray, that is on the right hand bottom side of the screen. Check if the microphone is muted.
2. Right click on the same icon, and select "adjust audio properties." You will now get a window that says Sounds and Audio Devices Properties. Click on the tab named voice on top of that window, and check what is selected as the voice recording device. Check in the drop down menu to change the device and use the "test hardware" option to test the mic.
3. Make sure your microphone is working fine. Other people are not hearing your music from your microphone, but from your system itself.
Hi Bob, The first thing to check is that nothing is muted/turned down low in the Volume Control/Mixer. Then you need to go into the audio settings in AIM and select a different Microphone from the list. The one set to default is not the one you need. You'll either have a USB input/output for the headset or 2 jack plugs for input and output. These use different drivers on the computer. So just try using the different drivers from the list, one call at a time, remember to reboot AIM as you try each different one, and that the microphone volume settings are turned up in the AIM programs as well as you Volume Control/Mixer.
yes there should be a little speaker like icon in the task bar also known as the start bar or menu double click on it.. the there should be a drop down menu that says options.. click it then click properties go through the scroll down menu and make sure that microphone is checked.. then click ok or apply. then adjust your volume for the mic
2. other wise ur pc mic supporting software is not properly added
sol. if u r using windows xp, double click the volume icon ( located on ur desktop startmenu bar) click options, properties,
recording, and check the microphone then click ok button
check and select the microphone button and increase the volume and check it
3. check sound functions, some times ur software used in voice cancelation mode change mode.
It is the microphone, this happened to me. I was inquisitive and out of warranty so had nothing to lose. Fix using these steps:
1. Remove foam microphone cover
2. Slide ring collar back down the boom
3. Split open the plastic microphone unit
4. Solder any loose wires - black to the rim, white to the middle of the microphone
5. Reverse steps above to put back together
Try going to Control Panel -> Sounds and Audio Devices
Click on Voice Tab and make sure the proper device is selected. Click on Volume and make sure levels are appropriate. Lastly, click on Test Hardware and wait until you can speak into the mic to see the voice levels. If you can see the voice levels, then your mic probably works and it is just an issue of configing the COD settings.