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I tried to use webcam but no sounds. Could you help me how do I use the microphone with webcam??

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Maybe you need a certain driver/software to use your microphone on your webcam.. what is the product name or model name and number of your webcam to be exact??

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Not sure what kind of microphone you're using but if it is plugged into a receiver (which is the heading you have your question under) it must be powered with either batteries or a preamp.

The receiver input jack does not provide the power required for the microphone to record sound. It will show something is connected, but nothing will record. Inexpensive microphone preamps and powered microphones can be found at any major electronics store.

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My acer aspire 5920 is making alot of noise the built in microphone does not seem to turn off


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Please try this on another PC else if you are sure that its not functioning try recording your voice from Voice recorder From Accessories> Entertainment > Sound recorder.

And Also see that its not muted.

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