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When I record with the internal mic or the BA CS10 stereo mic, I get very very low volume on playback. Why?

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I had that problem too. What you need to check is the input level on the right side. Turn the wheel all the way up to 100 and the internal mic should be fine.

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Blown or defective Headphone Amp IC or alternatively a defective Pot. Either way only AVID can fix it for you.

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I plug it directly into my pc and it wont record on my music programs.Does this mean it is broken?Is there something im missing?.And it was purchased new but came with no directions,is that right?Also...


There is no volume adjustment. You would have to use the volume controls in the PC "control panel". Not all PC's will be compatible with this mic, as this mic is monaural, not stereo. You may have to use a 1/8 jack monaural to stereo jack/plug for the mic. Be sure and set the volume levels for both the mic and headset in the control panel AND UNMUTE the mic.

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There is not enough info here to narrow this down to far. What is the sound source? The internal mic or direct via cable? Also, does the background noise stay the same regardless of the playback mode? Supplying these details will enable me to locate the problem circuit and provide potential fixes.

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Sorry, but the Lexicon Alpha does NOT have Phantom power and you can't use a condenser mic with it without a Phantom power injector or preamp.
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The recording level to my Mbox is very low for some reason. I am running Pro Tools LE and I have a shure 87a microphone. Every time I attempt to record a track, the input volume is incredibly low...


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Hi, I cannot get stereo signal from my mic. I used the recording level L/R knob correctly, but when I go to the left side, there's not signal at all. Should I use a different type of cable? Thanks,...


You mention "mic"... to do stereo you need two mics...

If you are trying to "PAN" a single mic, then you should use a WYE cable and have the single mic go to both input channels.

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