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See if your computer is setup correctly to use it. go to my computer ---control panel ---sound.
Also check the volume control and make sure the mic is'nt muted. If this is a USB mic drivers
may need to be installed for it. Check the device manager and see if there is any problems
under my computer ---- view system information ---- Hardware -- device manager. If this is an
analog mic make sure its plugged into the soundcard correctly. If using front plugs on the computer
make sure the soundcard is set to use front mic.
to to the volume icon on the task bar then double click then go to options, properties then select recording and click ok. then make sure that the microphone is not set to mute and the volume of the mic is not all the way down
The first step is to go into your volume control panel and check to be sure that the microphone fader is not muted and is turned up. Also, what application are you attempting to talk to someone with -- telphone, IM chat, game chat?
hi there..if there is video and background audio coming out from the TV, and no voice recognition from the mic- then mic is the problem. I believed the problem is the "voice coil". This is a part that can be replaced- you can contact me and we can repair that.
two ways to check remove the mic ball the part which the mic ball is is covering is the voice coil. try holding both terminals (black and white wire)- if there is feedback sound- it is open and need to be replaced try using your tester- test the impedance- there should be 500- 600 ohms reading
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