I'll need more info on this problem: what type of connection do the headphones use? USB? Bluetooth? Classic audio jack?
..... Solution bellow applies in case of "ordinary" audio jack headphones. Also, check if your headphones have a built-in volume control (usually located on the cable). If that is the case, look for a Microphone On/Off switch if one exists. Step 1. Make sure that you've plugged in your headphones in the correct jack. These days, they are usually color-coded so Microphone should go be plugged into a red jack.
Step 2. Run "Volume control ["Start > All Programs > Accessories > Entertainment >Volume Control"] or double click the speaker icon in your System Tray if it's present.
Step 3. In Volume Control, activate "Options > Properties". Find "Microphone" and "Line In" under the "Show the following volume controls:" and activate them. Click ok.
Step 4. Maximize the volume on the "Microphone" and "Line In" slider.
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go to control panel and double click on sound and audio devices.and click on audio tab and select the sound recording.and click on volume box in that.you can see recording mixer. you can see some controllers in that and check mic controller have in it.if not select option and then properties. and put the tick mark in-front of mic and click on OK. after that you can see mic controller on the recording mixer. after that check , you can see button named as "advance" on botom in mic controller. if cant see click on option and put the tick in-front of advance controller word. now you can see that advance button in mic controller. click on that button and put the tick on mic 1 boost. close all tabs and check
Goto Volume control Click on Option then go to Properties then click on recording then Ok You will get now Recording properties There MUTE line in or Microphone. and then check it out. its 100% worknig for u. Ok...
First Insure that the plugs are in the proper ports of the computer. Second, go to Control Panel>System>Hardware>Device Manager, Look up to see that the Audio Drivers are functioning Properly. If not, then you will need to search and download the proper drivers for the Audio Device you have, Whether its on board audio, or a PCI Card, you will need to insure that you have the right drivers for it. If you have more information about the type of Audio Device for your computer, please respond with that information and I can troubleshoot with more detail.
Well, it sound to (recording ) on each songs, depending on how it record, if happen only with some , it is no problem but if all songs you play happend then its a problem with the drivers, or program to control your music, try to down a notch on control panel the hardware acceleration. it solve a lot problems of this kind, or reinstall the drivers for the sound card.