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My input is recording my output

My mic is recording the sound coming through my headset and amplifying it. I've spend the better part of an hour trying to figure this out, and I'm sure it's just some setting somewhere. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Try turning the microphone volume down in your sound settings - fuzziness is usually caused by trying to amplify the signal to a higher level than it can carry.

For your own piece of mind, you might also want to check your headset on someone else's machine - that will pretty quickly distinguish between a headset and a computer problem.


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SOURCE: instructions for set up of... plantronics s10 head

The S10 amplifier/headset system sets up like the Plantronics S12 system of which the user guide is included in the link below. As you will notice, it is designed to work with a telephone. It will not work as a stand-alone unit. To connect it to a dsl box, magic jack or any other line you will need a phone.

Plantronics S12 User's Guide

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You use headsets to have conversations over the internet .. or to have a personalised audio equipment,.
You should have used the mic to start with, as you heard over the speaker your voice,

There are two pins. One for MIc and other for the headphones.
Use mic only when recording. other times keep it muted in control panel-> sound and audio...

you can use headphone for hearing when you don want the audio stream to be on speakers., TO use so, you have to take of the output from the CPU to the headphone pin after removing the speaker pin or configuring the audio controls control panel-> sound effect manager to have sound always in both theh speakers and headphones.

This requires you to have an appropriate configuration so that all 3 pins are aptly placed fot output from the CPU.
Hope you got what you asked for!

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