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Device manager yes on the device manager it is simply listed as USB Audio Device and claims it is working properly....

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Right click on it and click on uninstall and then unplug the usb cable and try replugging the usb cable to a different/another USB port. then check audio and sounds from control panel again

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Hi i have a problem with samson c01, it doesnt work because i use a pc and a usb cable. no power , what can i do?


Some users have reported problems with this microphone not working properly with Windows Vista operating system but it is fine with XP and Windows 7. Some MAC & Linux users have also encountered installation problems.
All condenser microphones require a power source to make them work. In the case of USB mics they take their operating power from the computers USB port. If you have a lot of other USB devices connected then there may not be enough power available to run them all at the same time. Disconnect any devices that you do not need.
First step would be to make sure that you connect to a main USB port (not a separate hub). If you are using a desktop or tower computer use the USB ports on the rear of the computer, which are mounted directly on the motherboard. Front panel USB ports are normally on a hub and may therefore prove unreliable with some devices..
Next try to diagnose the problem by process of systematic elimination
  1. Test your sound-card - does it work okay with other sound sources such as a microphone plugged into the normal microphone input (red socket) on the sound-card or on your front panel.
  2. Do you have another USB sound source that you can plug in to make sure that your computer will accept sound from that route?
  3. Now check the microphone for faults. Is the LED on the microphone coming on to indicate it is getting power?
  4. If no the microphone itself, or the cable, may be faulty. Try plugging it in to a different computer, games console, stereo or audio device with a USB input to see if it will work there (note not all audio devices will have sufficient power on the USB socket so this test may not be conclusive)
  5. Is the computer operating system actually recognising the presence of the microphone in the first place?
  6. Does a little balloon pop up to say a device has been plugged in - and does it correctly identify what that device is by telling you it's name?
  7. If the system recognises the device but doesn't correctly identify then you may need to install a driver for the microphone.
  8. From the windows start menu go to CONTROL PANEL.
  9. Click on SYSTEM, then HARDWARE, followed by DEVICE MANAGER
  10. Scroll down to SOUND VIDEO & GAME CONTROLLERS. Does the microphone appear here? If yes does it have a little yellow asterisk next to it? If so it is a driver issue.
  11. Sometimes a USB driver issue can be resolved by uninstalling the USB controllers and reinstalling them. Scroll down the list of devices in DEVICE MANAGER until you get to UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS CONTROLLERS. Systematically uninstall every device listed here. To do this RIGHT CLICK on each device and then click UNINSTALL. Then on the TOOL BAR click CHECK FOR SYSTEM CHANGES. this will reinstall all USB devices and controllers.
  12. If that does not solve the USB problem go to your computer manufacturers website and download the latest USB drivers for your machine.
  13. Assuming you have overcome the USB issue (or if this was not the problem anyway) you now need to check that the microphone is selected as your default audio device.
  14. To do this go back to CONTROL PANEL, followed by SOUND & AUDIO DEVICES
  15. Click on AUDIO and, under the SOUND RECORDING tab select your microphone from the drop down list.
  16. Then click the VOLUME button which will open a window called RECORDING CONTROL
  17. Make sure there is a tick (check mark) against microphone and that the slider is up at the top of the scale.
  18. If everything is okay up to this point the problem may well lie in the settings for the audio / recording program that you are using. Most programs have some sort of wizard for testing audio settings, which you will need to work through.

Jan 30, 2011 | Samson C01U Consumer Microphone

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My gameon mics are not recognised when trying to play wii glee, is there a solution?


its a usb device ...get a driver ..if it has a disk that came with it ..and after that in the sound management ..look for mic..and choose from the list the usb one ..instead of the default one ...(Jack )
if the list of devices isn't available ..try in options ..

Jan 08, 2011 | Logitech Vantage USB Microphone for...

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I can not get my bluesnow ball microphone to connect with my cubase studio 5


How to use USB device like a USB microphone, or USB guitar Cable in Cubase
This was a frustrating problem for me and I found most forums did not really help
After hours of annoyance I finally figured it out and it's a very easy and quick fix.

1.Download free ASIO4ALL 2.8 here http://download.chip.eu/en/ASIO4ALL-2.8_108174.html and then restart cubase
2.Click Devices and Open Device Setup
3Click Vst Audiobay and Change the Master ASIO Driver to ASIO4ALL v2
4.Underneath Vst AudioBay Click ASIO4ALL and Click Control Panel
highlight All devices you wish to use and Enable them.
5.Still in Device Setup hit VST Inputs and check to make sure all Devices are there
6.Exit Device Setup and under the Devices open VST connections
Click add bus, and Add Busses.
Your Sound Device should be the first Bus that pulls up
and the other busses will automatically be whatever the USB Devices you enabled were.
7.Last thing and very important, when you open up a new Audio track Right click where it shows Stereo
in. Your usb devices will start at stereo in 2 and depending on how many you enabled go
up in numbers from there.
In my particular case I have a Blue Snowball usb mic as my first Device (stereo 2)
and a Usb Guitar Cable interface as my second device (stereo 3)
*If you would like to hear and test your sound prior to playback simply click the monitor
button and unclick it at playback.
That simple, there you go.
This will work, takes and takes less than a minute.
If you have any questions feel free to email me
ShariSiders@yahoo.com

Oct 12, 2010 | Blue Microphones Snowball Professional...

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Headet and desktop microphone problem.


first check if you have the right drivers on your computer for your audio, if you have audio like mine go to realtek audio manager it should be right beside the clock, then click on the top right corner it says device advanced settings it opens another box that gives you options for recording like tie up same type of input jacks, ie. line-in or microphone,as an input device. and it has another one separate all input jacks as independent input devices you could try one of those if you have realtek audio manager theres other options to that might help and if you dont have that go to recording devices and see if your mic is working properly and if its set to default device

Apr 25, 2009 | Logitech USB Desktop Consumer Microphone

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How do you connect Audio Buddy to computer


You probably connect the Audio Buddy via a USB or firewire cable. I use both types of audio interfaces. Your mac will sense which bus has audio. Go to System Preferences panel and select sound. Select input. You should see your Audio Buddy listed if it is connected properly. You can set levels from this panel and test the device by looking at the two level meters. Speak into the mic; the level meters should move from left to right. Go to the output panel and chose your monitoring device. I prefer the built-in speakers, but you could also connect your monitor to the USB interface or even the Audio Buddy. If I need better quality monitoring I plug a mini cable into the earphone jack and use a desktop speaker. Don't try to use that headphone jack for anything but monitoring - the quality is not great. If the Audio Buddy software requires that you select an input source, always use USB, never line or built-in mic. Another way to capture audio from an Audio Buddy or similar device is to use Wiretap Studio Pro or Roxio CD Spin Doctor for audio capture. I use both.

Dec 03, 2008 | M-Audio M Audio Audio Buddy Microphone

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Samson G-Track recording volume issue


ok thats good, when you go to device manager do you see the USB Microphone listed with no conflicts such as ?, X, !..?

Jun 04, 2008 | Samson G-TRACK USB RECORDING MICROPHONE...

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Samson G-track - Vista requiring to install USB Audio Codec


If the LED doesn't light when you plug it in, and it doesn't show up in Device Manager ("USB Composite Device" or "USB Audio Device"), then the mic must be defective. Contact Samson for a replacement.

Nov 24, 2007 | Samson G-TRACK USB RECORDING MICROPHONE...

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M-udio usb microphone


You should be able to plug your headphones into your computer and get sound that way, assuming your USB mic is plugged in. If the mic is a USB - direct mic (that is, if it is a microphone with a USB cable directly attached), you will only be able to use it with your PC or laptop. If the device is a mic pre-amp (with an XLR or 1/4" connector that your mic PLUGS INTO), then you should be able to use your microphone with any device that will accept that connection type.

Nov 15, 2007 | M-Audio M AUDIO MOBILE PRE - USB MIC...

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Trying to get my Marshall to work for first time!


Hi! you are trying to bite off a bit more than can be chewed at once.

you need to troubleshoot backwards
Step1:- check normal playback. Sometimes the speakers (headphones)are not properly connected or the sound card needs to be ascertained. Just playback anything and eliminate this stage as a potential problem

Step2: We have now ascertained that the playback is not an issue,Now we need to check the USB hub - Computer connectivity. Try to connect someother USB device like a pen drive ascertain that this section is working. If it isnt go to strat - settings -control panel- Administrative services- computer management - Device management - and configure the USB Hub

Step 3: Having ascertained that the USB Hub is indeed wiorking connect MBox to the USB hub and load driver software open page, start- settings-control panel - Administrative services - computer management - device managment and check thet the driver is installed and working properly.

Thats it it should work fine if the above steps have been completed.

Nov 05, 2007 | Marshall MXL2003 Professional Microphone

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