First of all, the questiong these guys are asking is prolly about the regular gamestop headset... This headset has no mute button and its a straight input.. I have the same problem as well right now.. Works for a minute shut the ps3 down then works again... When i find a solution.. I will let you know calling sony today..
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If you are running Vista, make sure that you set your mic as the default. Then check on vent settings and make sure that your output setting are set for your head set. You can then test your headset inside of the settings tab.
go to setting>accessory settings>audio settings change the output to default and turn up the speakers to your television. make sure the input is logitech headset. talk through the mic you should hear your voice from the TV if not the headset is not working. call logitech for warranty info.
When i got my headset i got the same problim...btw u cant hear your own music through headphones anyway....go to system settings....family settings....xbox live controlls....enter email and pass.....privacy and friends....voice and text and make sure its set to everyone. If this does not work i suggest you search system settings from back to frost untill u get them working....also in some games u need to press a button to speak look at your game manual to find out if you have to do this.
ok first u have to go into the ps3 settings main menu then u go to accessory setting then audio device settings and then where it says input device hit it till it says ur accessory and then go to output device and do the same and then hit ok
Sounds like this could be a volume control that might be on your PC and not the headset. Be sure all your levels are set correctly and all the correct audio hardware settings are in. Reason I say this is some sound cards and maybe even the drivers themselves might receive and play at a different volume than the transmit side of your Skype connection. Not sure but check to be certain.
Try going to Control Panel -> Sounds and Audio Devices
Click on Voice Tab and make sure the proper device is selected. Click on Volume and make sure levels are appropriate. Lastly, click on Test Hardware and wait until you can speak into the mic to see the voice levels. If you can see the voice levels, then your mic probably works and it is just an issue of configing the COD settings.