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Hallo I have problem with my microphone which I bought yesterday. I would like to set up for Sam broadcaster version 4 and Sony Sound Forge 9.0. I have problem with channels because sound is coming just to the left channel and I don't hear my voice in headphones. Can you help me please with this problem thank you. Martin

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The C01U is a mono microphone that works with the left channel. Recording in mono instead of stereo may help in your setup.

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