My speakers only work from the moke port and then oly one of them
unless I only put the plug in half way.
My mike does not work at all I have tried 3 different sets of speakers and 3 different mikes all with the same result(2 sets were brand new)
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1) Try a replacement mike to check is it the mike or the audio unit 2) Little switch on body is it in "ON" position 3) Loose connection $) If it is a dynamic mike then plug it into the headphone socket and listen to the capsule, A microphone is a mini speaker used in reverse!
There are two things you can do. First the easy one. Turn your laptop on then on the right side of the touchpad there is a + - and the off for the builtin speakers. touch that make sure it is red then plug your headphones in. That should do it but if not. go to start then click control panel go to hardware and sound and you can change it there make sure you have the headphones plugged in when you go there so that your computer can see them you will see a picture of headphones click on them.
The spec say it has a built-in microphone. If you are using Windows, open the sound controller and check that the slider on the microphone is turned at least half-way up. When you open the sound controller (speaker in the systray next to clock), the microphone is normally muted. To test, unmute and tap the microphone or speak into it. Make sure you have the volume turned up on the speakers too.
The dv1000 notebook is equipped with:
1 Type I/II PCMCIA card slot. I store my Media Remote control. (left side)
1 IEEE-1394(Firewire) (right side)
3 Universal Serial Bus (USB 2.0) (Two on the right side and one on the left)
1 Built in 6-in-1 digital media reader (No Compact Flash)(Right Side)
2 headphone-out (front)
1 microphone-in (front)
1 TV-Out (S-video) (right side)
1 RJ-11 (modem) (left side)
1 RJ -45 (LAN) (left side)
1 External VGA monitor port (left side)
expansion port for use with HP Expansion Base(sold separately).
Available only with Intel Extreme graphics with productivity port (left
Usually the cables are color coded. Green is the speakers and pink is the microphone. That's the colours you should have on the jacks ports on your PC. It should have a microphone image next to it as well.
Mike try the microphone if possible on another set If the mike makes a noise check for frayed and bad cables. As far as I know the mike is a dynamic mike and connect it to the speaker of a small transistor radio and it should sound.like a small speaker for dynamic mikes and ordinary speakers work just the one as a generating device(Speaker) and the other as a sound pick up Look at small to way radio's the send is the speaker a mike and on receive it is a speaker, Hope this help
Adding a mike doesn't create echos/feedback. Windows? Version? Right click on speaker icon in lower right and go to recording device mixers, can mute and adjust level of sound sources, also microphone power and pre-amp. Telephones and other devices (laptops) with both input and output will feedback unless the input is "noise cancelling", so you will have to be much more careful with the placement of the external mike compared to using the built in mike.
I'm assuming you have Windows Vista. If so, you may need to change the default microphone, particularly if you have a built-in microphone on the computer.
1. Right-click the speaker icon next to the clock in the system tray.
2. Select "Recording Devices"
3. Select "Microphone" or whatever item you want to record with.
There will be a VU meter showing the input level. Try talking into you mike and see if the VU meter goes up. If so, you're good to go.
1. Click the "Properties" button in the screen mentioned above
2. Move the "Volume" and "Boost" sliders up.
3. Click "OK." 4. Check your VU meter again.
If this does not work it is possible you selected the properties for the wrong device. Click on another device and repeat the last 4 steps again.
Normally one would think something is wrong but if you look at page 2-23 in you're manual you'll see you're using the wrong plug-in (Lime green) (Rear). Plug you're spreaker jack into the (Black sound out jack). See if that makes a differance?
To fine tune you're sound you can open Asus/RealTek sound effect manager listed in control manager. This program has connector sensing software & other goodies.