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Microphone troubleshooting my logitech headset worked fine till now...suddenly the mic stopped working..the speakers work fine..the recording devices options show that the device is working..I am looking forward to receiving your kind response

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Is it usb or standard 3.5mm if its 3.5mm the wires may have came loose this can be the same case with usb. let me know more info and i can better assist you.

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nate

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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Hear myself through my headset


so to begin

1. right click the lil speaker on the bottum right hand side

2. select Playback

3. Right click you default speaker set, (for me its 2-logitech G330 headset)

4. select properties

5. go to Levels in the tab menu.

6. use the microphone slider and slide the microphone volume to 0


hats it your done, your mic will continue to work as normal with out the feed back loop in ur head set.

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My microphone is not working. What do I do? Trying to use Skype, but microphone want work


Hi ldlw65,

Please follow the below steps to set up your microphone properly :-

  1. Firstly check if your microphone's cable is in proper order, if it has been damaged, then it's that physical fault which stops microphone from working.
  2. Now if the wire or cable of microphone is OK, check if you have connected your microphone in the correct slot , in your motherboard , usually there is a sign of mic besides the microphone slot.
  3. Then check for the control panel's sound and audio devices option , by going in your control panel, if you open it and go in the audio tab you should see your recording device as enabled.
    If it's disabled then you need to install your audio driver's again.
  4. Now , if everything is ok till here , all you need to do is do a microphone check by going to sound recorder (start >programs>accessories >entertainment>sound recorder )in windows xp , in case you are using windows xp or any relevant software in the other operating system which records audio.
  5. Once you have the application like sound recorder try speaking on mic while you activate the record option , if you see that your sound is being recorded, then your mic is functioning properly, if it's not then you need to check if your mic is the current recording device.
  6. To check if your mic is the current recording device , all you need to do it double click on the volume icon on your task bar and you will have volume control box open , then you need to go to the options menu and choose properties.sajjad4help_2.gif
  7. After you choose properties you will have a radio button for recording , select it and you will find devices for recording , then make sure microphone is selected and click ok.sajjad4help_6.gif
  8. After you select ok , then you need to select microphone from the recording options to activate recording via your microphone.sajjad4help_7.gif
Now you should be able to use your microphone properly without any problems.
Your feedback would be appreciated.
Hope this helps ..)

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Microphone doesn't work on Logitech ClearChat Premium PC headset. I've checked jacks, mute switch. Ran Paretologic to install proper drivers. Is there an on and off switch for the microphone (not the...


If the mic mute switch is not on and there is no red light in the mic arm then its likely you have a check in the 'mute mic' box in your sound manager. Open Volume control, choose options->properties-> recording. Check for checks in the boxes and remove them. Also make sure the slider for the mic is about half way up.

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The mic does not record stereo anymore. when playing back a stereo works fine but when recording in stereomodus only the left channel records, the right channel seems to record silence/noise


This Mic is not a stereo Mic. If you're using a windows computer, check your sound control panel to see if the mic wasn't suddenly set to two channel device.

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I have my logitech desktop microphone plugged in but it wont work


go to control panel - speech recognition[sic] and then a sceer comes up where it asks questions 2nd one set-up my mic. It worked for me and i use vista 64(sucky)

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Headet and desktop microphone problem.


first check if you have the right drivers on your computer for your audio, if you have audio like mine go to realtek audio manager it should be right beside the clock, then click on the top right corner it says device advanced settings it opens another box that gives you options for recording like tie up same type of input jacks, ie. line-in or microphone,as an input device. and it has another one separate all input jacks as independent input devices you could try one of those if you have realtek audio manager theres other options to that might help and if you dont have that go to recording devices and see if your mic is working properly and if its set to default device

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Logitech microphone stuffed up my Computer Speakers!


go to sound icon in bottom task bar, double click on it,go to options,then properties,then click RECORDING,make sure you have a tick in MIC,then go to back to sound icon in bottom task bar,and adjust mic settings to suit

Rod

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Microphone not working


To locate the source of your problem (with the information available):

Try your mic on a different recording device. Something simple like a tape recorder.
  • If it works, the problem lies in the your recording system.
  • If it doesn't, The mic is the problem.
Or:

Try a known working mic on your system.
  • If it works, the mic is the problem.
  • If it doesn't, the problem lies in the your recording system.
Thats about all I can give you with the info provided.
If these tests point to the mic, replace it. If they point to your recording device/system/whatever, more details will be necessary to effectively troubleshoot your problem.

Hope this helps,

Mike

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Playback only on left speaker


The quick, easy solution is to change your microphone to mono recording. In the attached YouTube clip, I'll show you how to do that.

The short and simple is to go to your Mac HD -> Applications -> Utilities -> Audio MIDI Setup. Select your C01U USB device, and set it to 1ch 16bit. This will set the microphone to record in mono, equally over both speakers.

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