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Microphone heard through the speakers

I never changed anything, other than switching between my headset and the stereo speakers. All of a sudden, I can hear everything that goes into the mic, through the headphones in realtime. I plugged my speakers in and kept the microphone jack in to see what would happen and i could still hear my voice through my speakers when talking into the mic. Everything worked fine before, what made this happen that the microphone sounds come out through the speakers? These headsets seem to break pretty fast, i have gone through plenty of them.

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ok umm....it is a noise canceling microphone, the earpiece works but when i talk into the microphone no one on the internet can hear me please help me with my dynex earclip headset

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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Perhaps you have it connected to the speaker connection? Have you looked at the microphone to ensure there isn't possibly a mute button you have accidentally pressed?

Out of curiosity, how are the others hearing you ask if they can hear you? If you are using the microphone to ask, perhaps they are just yanking your chain?

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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Hello

Usually on default the microphone is not enabled in windows, so you have to do it manually. This is the steps you have to follow.

Control panel
Sound
Recording(or microphone heading, it may differ)
Enable microphone

Now it should work if it was not enabled in the first place.
If this does not work try plugging in the combo in the back panel of your case. or visa versa.
I hope this can help you. Please rate this.

Best regards

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Dynex microphone

I have the same problem, I however do not know what the solution is.

Posted on Dec 11, 2010

renzyfeist
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Have you installed the software for your headphone? Your computer might not pick up your device because it doesn't recognize the device.

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