I use no headphones first of all cuz most situations like this are becuz of headphones. but anyways the first time i used oovoo which was like two days ago and it was fine but the second time i usedd it i heard LOUD static and it will not stop and i dont know wat the problem is. So can somebody help me please!?!?
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Typically, static is caused by a dirty connection, you need to clean the jack, completely. If you are not able to do that, sometimes you can improve the situation by plugging and unplugging, and twisting the headphone jack, maybe 50 times or so....If the static comes after unplugging, the jack would need to be opened up and the contact points cleaned.
the static that you have on the headphones is probably because a loss connection or no floating ground- it means that should be a cable inside that isolate all the noise its probably loss if you can open them you should be able to see the cable its better to take it to a technician
Ensure your webcam mic is set as default Vista TEST SPEAKERS Right click on speaker icon in System Tray or from Control Panel Select "Playback Devices" The speaker icon ( checked as working) and volume level graph should be visible Right click on the volume graph and click "Test" Left hand speakers followed by right hand should be heard
SET DEFAULT & TEST MIC Click "Recording" tab. To set required (webcam) mic as default - click on mic font to highlight and click "Properties" In lower dropbox display "Use this device enable" click 'OK' Click "Levels" tab and ramp up sliders ( adjust to suit later) Return to "Recording". Test mic by speaking and make sure volume graph displays
If the problem is due to feedback try using a set of headphones
Sounds like the cords that are going into the PC/system have static. Remove the cords from the speakers and simply put your finger around the jacks to remove static. Push the cords and the jacks back in and switch on the speakers. Then twist the volume control, turning it up loud and then low, then loud and low again. That should cure the problem as it removes static that gets built up over time. Either that or your speakers could well be damaged.
Static shock can fry your sound card from electro static discharge and it can also fry other PC components try another set of headphones in the pack of the PC. Or another pair of speakers rather than using your monitor and see what happens.
Try a diffrent pair of headphones, if there is a short in your headphone cord and would definatly cause this, or hook it up to a stereo or FM transmiter, if it's still staticy hooked up to a stereo then you may have a problem with the unit itself.