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I can hear chat while playing but they can't hear me...

When I play I can hear others chatting but they can't hear me. I've tried to send a voice message from the Xbox 360 but I can hardly hear my own message when I replay it what can I do????

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I can not talk the green light is not coming on i can hear the game and other people though

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is the mic volume up. have the cord or moulth peace bean moved alot if so the cord or moulth peace wires could have broken inside.

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  • Press the PWR button on the wireless receiver to turn the unit on. The headset has a sleep/standby mode feature to preserve battery life. The unit goes into sleep mode if there's no input for 3 minutes.
  • Twist the tip of the microphone so the sound holes face your mouth.
  • Position the microphone several inches away from your mouth so it does not overload when you speak. Try to balance the microphone position and the volume setting for optimum voice level.
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    • Make sure the wireless receiver is connected to the Xbox 360 controller using the supplied chat cable. On the wireless receiver, press firmly, so no part of the silver jack is showing. This tight connection helps to make sure the cable does not fall out during gaming.
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  • Try testing the microphone by connecting the headset to a smart phone and make a test call or record a memo. If you can hear yourself, the chat problem could be a game issue, a problem on the recipients end, or some other variable not related to the headset.

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I had the same exact problem with a brand new x32 headset. right out of the box it was echoing for my friends. Also, if I muted my mic it would kill the chat volume (ie barely even audible). I switched the voice to play through speakers and it worked flawlessly after that.

Not sure if it is a hardware issue with my controller (my other headset worked just fine) or if it is a defective cable I received, or a design flaw with the x32. If you are looking for a work around, try setting it to play through speaker.

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I had a similar problem. I did fix it trying to think what I did.

Did you try messing with the chat settings on xbox?

Try each chat setting: Play through headset, play through speakers, play through both.

Also adjust the volume settings.

See if any of that gets the chat to volume you would like.

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