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Microphone not getting connected Changed interface

Microphone not getting connected Changed interface and microphone also. No improvement.

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Try changing the wire. Must be the 30 foot cable not the 10 foot which is specifically the daisy chain ... The former 30 foot is the specific cable from codec to mic. If changing this fails and you tested the mic, then your unit is either suffering corrupted software or the mic hardware is damaged. David

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I use a Tapco Link.USB ... and like it

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