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If you're using the built in the mic that's feedback because laptop mics are low powered they have the gain boosted in Windows. Try using an external mic and check the setting on the volume settings for recording devices. (Right click the volume icon)
If it's a buzzing/squealing noise you're concerned about that might be "ground loop" usually caused by having the laptop plugged into the mains or less commonly having loads of cpu intensive applications running in the background.
Also if the laptop is on a hard surface make sure that it isn't vibrating because the mic sensitivity will pick it up and because of the gain boost it will be amplified.
Gain = Volume
You have to plug the speakers into the computer to get sound out of them. The CPU has nothing to do with the speakers, Also your monitor does not have inbuilt speakers(according to the manufacturers website.)
most of some notebook computer had only mic capturing, when you talk someone on voicechat, they heard you but you can't hear on your notebook built-i speaker. if you want to check., if your mic is ok...try to record voice....using sound recorder of Windows.
Hi, For audio please install the mother board audio drivers for your PC. The driver cd is provide with motherboard when it is purchased. If this doesn't work, try connecting the speaker jack to front panel of your cpu. For mic to work properly, make sure you connected the pink color jack of the speaker to the pink port of the cpu(Back side of cpu). If did nor find drivers, download it from the internet by giving the motherboard type and the number. I hope it should work now. Thank you
You use headsets to have conversations over the internet .. or to have a personalised audio equipment,.
You should have used the mic to start with, as you heard over the speaker your voice,
There are two pins. One for MIc and other for the headphones.
Use mic only when recording. other times keep it muted in control panel-> sound and audio...
you can use headphone for hearing when you don want the audio stream to be on speakers., TO use so, you have to take of the output from the CPU to the headphone pin after removing the speaker pin or configuring the audio controls control panel-> sound effect manager to have sound always in both theh speakers and headphones.
This requires you to have an appropriate configuration so that all 3 pins are aptly placed fot output from the CPU.
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