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My mic makes a VERY loud sound when I plug it in and use it on a sound program

Im using Fruity Loops 7 to record music, my mic which has been working
for the roughly 6 months I've had it. I select this mic as an input in Fruity
Loops and it makes a very loud sound which I cant get rid of. Its not picking up any sound so I cant record. Any help would be good

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    sAme as mine

  • Anonymous May 09, 2009

    my microfone is not working, it has not sound mother *******!

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Wire/ cord of mic seams damaged. check the connector pin.

Posted on May 30, 2008

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