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Audio feedis crossing with my speaker feed with and without the microphone plugged in.

I use the webcam chats with audio alot.
For some reason when I have my microphone unplugged but I do not mute my mic in the settings it picks up the feed coming from my speakers.

and it creates an echo because everyone can hear themselves through my mic.

And when I have my microphone plugged in it does the same thing.

It's like my computer is using what I'm listening to as audio feed and my microphone as audio feed.

I hope I explained that well enough.  But could you help me out? I havent been able to fix it at all!

Please and thank you, appriciate any help given.
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-Strawberry

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  • Anonymous Jun 21, 2008

    same prob here... if u got any answer let us know

  • Anonymous Jun 23, 2008

    same here

  • sydbrown Nov 14, 2008

    Freak1, sorry you did not read the problem correctly



    I have found the same problem recently.



    It has nothing to do with acoustic feedback as it is an hardware or software bleed of some sort.



    Maybe its from a recently installed software package that fiddles with the audio in/out.



    I recently installed some Yahoo Messenger adons but cant confirm that the problem started then.



    As Strawberry said, even if you dont have a mic plugged in, the audio output is fed back through the microphone input somehow causing the person at the other end of the chat to hear their own voice echoed back to them.



    If the microphone is plugged in you get the same result possibly with a very weak mic signal coming through as well.



    If I play music in Media Player, the person at the other end hears it clearly even with the mic unplugged.



    I noticed the the ALC for the mic input forces itself to reduce until there is no mic sound at all.



    It has nothing to do with the volume level of the speakers as I can completely turn down the speakers but I still get the same level through the mic input.



    I have onboard Realtek audio hardware

  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2008

    i am also having the same problem. i am using ventrilo, and they are hearing what is coming thru my speakers very loudly and can barely hear my voice, even though all of my volume settings are at medium and it WAS working before just staretd this all of a sudden. also using a realtek mixer

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    i have same problem. the thing is the echos arent from whatever mic ur using, its happening internaly. as if the input and output are crossing together so that whatever input ur getting is also relaying it to output. wether u have mic or not. has to do with the settings for the sound. anyone know what the setting is.

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Your mic still picks up sound when it's unplugged ?
As far as the other prob goes that sounds like howl round ( feedback ), mute the mic when not talking through it or get a mic with a cardioid polar response pattern ( just ask for a cardioid mic, can get a hypercardioid or supercardioid too but a cardioid would be best for your application, point the mic right at your speaking position with the back of the mic pointing at the speakers wich ideally should be behind the mic, this will help cancel out their sound, puting a limiter on the mic and setting it where it only starts picking up sound when you talk directly into it will help too, but the sure fire way to solve the prob is to mute the mic when not speaking into it. What you definitely don't want is an omnidirectional mic, for what you are using a mic for. 

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