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Audio feedback when I increase my speaker volumn above the lowest setting or put my finger over the mic, there is audio feedback sound...I can also hear myself tapping on the keys thru the speakers

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Put your mic on mute for playback. So the mic works but it doesnt play it from the speakers at the same time.

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If you dont see microphone on the list click on
options then settings
put a X on the playback -> microphone.

close settings

its now shown in the panel, click on mute and it wont feedback the sounds to you anymore.

Posted on May 09, 2008

  • Ekse May 09, 2008

    seems the image was cut off






    theres the rest put a X on the mute.

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