For the last 3 days am having problem with my 6630,its microphone is not working.whatever am speeking is not listened at th e other end,presently am using my head phone toovercome this,please give me som support to solve this problem.pls mail me email@example.com
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Usually means that your settings are set to broadcast (or listen to) your microphone... If the sound from your speakers is being picked up by your mic, and your speakers are outputting the sound from your mic, it will manifest itself as a lot of wailing.
either turn your speakers down, or disable the setting that makes you be able to hear whatever sound is coming from your microphone (it's a checkbox labled "listen to this device" in most modern windows sound configs)
some drivers have a echo reduction option, turning this on may also help
IF you are in Windows 7: -
1. Click "Control Panel" > "Sound" > "Recording"
2. Place cursor over "Microphone - Logitech Wireless Headset Default Device".
3. Right Click and select "Properties"
4. Click the "Listen" Tab
5. Uncheck the "Listen to this device"
6. Click "Apply",. and "OK"
That will eliminate you hearing any nose picked up by the microphone. Others will still be able to hear your voice as long as you have the headset as your default microphone.
Im pretty sure it does not require a software for the microphone driver, neither do you need a driver for it.
its very simple, if you can hear audio (music or whatever) you have the soundcard driver installed successfully and if so we are one step closer to solving this issue.
Listen to me and listen carefully! This is a step to step guide. First off, press the following. (start - Control Panel ((make sure you have small icons for win 7 / vista)) click on sound, go to the Recording Tab, there you should find the microphone for your HP Laptop, make sure its set to default. were not done just yet. Make sure your microphone is selected and press "properties" and go to "custom" the microphone boost is good to have selected. now continue on and go to "Levels" make sure its not silenced or set on low.
Thats should do the trick, hope it worked! Cheers =)
Go on mic. configuration and select on microphone use from configuration mic. name and test the mic. On test mic not works mic,is posible to need a driver for mic and need download and install the driver.
If you have a WEB camera you need to configure your video Webcam settings. Open Skype click on Tools - Options - Video Settings - select your Webcam model.
When you open Skype click on Tools - Options - Audio Settings and click on Microphone and select the microphone you are using and save the setting. If you still have problems with your mic. then - To test if the microphone is working, go to Start - Programs - Accessories - Entertainment - Sound Recorder and record you voice. Can you see your voice recording, the green line should vary as you speek. If you see a flat green line, then the microphone is either faulty or the wrong microphone is selected.
I have a Dell Inspiron 1525. I used Skype ages ago and returned to it a couple of days ago. No one could hear me. I researched for 20 hours, downloading drivers, checking EVERY setting possible and NOW have got the ANSWER. The wires in the Microphone Array are fatigued. My microphone works perfectly when I tilt my lcd screen half way down. Go to Webcam Manager, Tools, Audio controls, the microphone has 2 bars which go green when you talk into it. Tilt your screen and watch the bars go up and down. Not the answer you probably wanted but as long as you skype with your screen half tilted everything is good to go
I am looking for the same wiring diagram. The headset Moto sells is a single earpiece with microphone, so how does that end up being a stereo connection Neto? Just curious how, or is there also a full headset with microphone? ( I dont' know, just asking)
Would this be a 4 ring TRS connector? Sleeve = ground, then left, right, and the tip as the microphone??
-> make sure mic is connected correctly in the correct slot to the CPU
->go to control panel-> sound and audio and there is seperate tab for "microphone"-> have th volume to be full
-> you can test whether the mic works there itself.