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my son has ripped out the wiring for his head set on one end the headphones and mic and the other two mini sterio jacks. I am trying to rejoin

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When I plug the headset into the USB the PC is not hearing sound through the microphone.

You have to make sure it is not muted. Some logitech headsets have a mute button for the mic on the cord e.g. the logitech comfort usb blinks when it is muted. Make sure it is not muted in windows also. Go to your sound
> click recording devices
> click the logitech one
> set default
> click properties
> levels (make sure the michophone is not muted and 100).

Also make sure it is the set microphone in the program you are using and not muted.

Good luck.

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Hi Rosstaylor, go to start menu, control panel, sound. Then here go into the Tabs and select the Headset as Mic and Speakers. Apply, Done !
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US/Canada support:
European support:

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My Turtle beach X31 keeps cutting my mic out from chat so i can't hear poeple and they cant hear me but i can still hear sounds in the head set

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The sound cuts off sometimes the wire seems to be the problem...

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.

Hope this is of some help.

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Your headphone mic is all right. The problem is with the sound driver you are using. Many a time the headphone jack are not properly connected so it may be another issue for not working of your headphone. Your operating system is all right check out the sound driver setting from the control panel.
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