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Logitech mircrophone hey, i have a logitech microphone, i dont know the model, it plugs into the back of the computer into the microphone input port. Its a headset too. it used to work perfectly fine. i didnt use it for round a year and now all a sudden it dont work right, i tried to use it with msn messenger and the person on the other end tells me its really choppy and not clear. i tested it with the sound recorder on windows xp, it records fine and i can play it and hear exactly what i said. does anyone have any solutions? plz help, is it only msn messenger?

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  • Angels_tears Feb 05, 2008

    I also have a Logitech headset that i bought a couple of month ago, but mine does use the USB port. It worked fine til all of a sudden a week ago it stopped working. I have another cheaper mic also, so when the logitech faild i tried it and it too wont work. I can hear for the speakers fine, its just the mic. I tried to change the settings in control panel as well as in game, but stil havent had any luck. What else can i do?

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It may be that this person is "messing around" with you, or their speakers are rigged, from my experince, it sounds like your headset is perfectly fine, or your headset microphone switch was toggled on "Off" Msn is just a instant messaging chat, shouldn't have anything to do with your headset.

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