I was needind to know how i would turn the mic boost off on the computer cause i tryed every thing i can to get the mic down but nothing is working. that is on the web cam part that i am having trouble the cam workd fine but the mic is too loud and like i said i done everything i could
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Re: having trouble with the mic
Go to the mixer controls. Press the advanced button under the mic mixer control and turn off the mic boost. If the advanced button isn't on, go to control panel, select sound, and make sure that enable advanced features is turned on for both your sound card and your microphone device.
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Try building a little mike-preamp with an opamp to boost the signal.
Enough schematics on internet.
Or walk into an electronics shop for a ready to build package.
These are the things I can suggest; I don't know your audiobox.
Perhaps there is internally a pot-meter to adjust the gain of your mike; that would be the easiest solution.
this is a normal reaction ..specially on a wireless device ..the idea is to lower the volume into the computer ..(to max 80%)..and also get into the volume control by double clicking on the speaker icon in the task bar ..and in here look at the mic volume if there isnt any volume section for the mic..than click options ..than properties..and from the list tick the case for mic in ..and will list the volume for mic.. if the advanced function is on ..check into the advanced under the microphone it is started the mic boost function ..if it is ..and you want to keep it for a better mic reception ..than you have to put the mic on mute to eliminate the static noise.. THis should not mute it for good..but you can make a trial to be sure.. If the advance boost function is on ..and the muting puts it out for good..the choice is to get rid of the boost but usually works if you mute it ..cause only mutes the noise .. let me know if you didn't understood anything ..
Typically you want to wear the mic 6 to 8 inches below your chin clipped to the lapel area. It seems in this case it has more to do with EQ and speaker placement. If you can stand behind the speakers while using the mic. The sound bouncing back and forth between the mic and the speaker is what causes feedback. Also try setting the mic channels EQ with the following settings.
Turn Lows down to about 7 to 9 O'clock
Play with Mids to match actual source, but never boost above 12 O'clock
Keep highs around 10 O'clock (boosting highs increses chances of feedback.) If to muddy sounding keep highs aroun 12 but not over.
There is a setting on your computer that will give you a Mic boost. Here is how you set it. Double click on the little speaker icon on your taskbar at the bottom right of your screen. The volume control window will open. Click on options then properties. Next check the small round recording button. Now make sure the microphone box is checked then click ok. Now a window will open that will show your microphone recording level. You can turn that recording level up using that slider. To give your Mic a boost click on the Advanced button at the bottom of the Recording Control Window. Then at the bottom of the next Window check the Mic Boost box. This should give your Mic a little more kick and you can lower the mic recording level using the slider if your recordings become distorted.. Good luck with this and I hope I have been helpful.
things can cause static.
If you have your speakers turned up to high it will give you feedback causing
distortion and static.
reason is, if you are using a laptop and have added an external microphone
between the two it will cause distortion and static.
knowing the configuration of your computer makes it harder to analyze the
hope this is of some help. Bud
Just had the same problem occur on a laptop with same mic. Did the exact same thing yours did, I turned the mic boost on and ran the hardware test three or four times and it finally picked it up. Hope this helps.
yes you need to connect to the input jack:
if it wont work there is probeblya burned capacitor from the boosting