Toshiba XB1507 Receiver - Answered Questions & Fixed issues
I have a Toshiba Laptop
Most laptops do have Microphones built in. I do not know for definate that your laptop does, but you can easily test it to find out.
1. Go to the volume control (double click the speaker icon near the clock on the taskbar), go to recording properties and select microphone as the recording source and set the slider to about 80%.
2. Bring up microsoft sound recorder (its in the start menu somewhere) and click record... when you speak you should see a voice print appear in the sound recorder window.
If you do not see a voiceprint, then you probably dont have a built in microphone, but if you do see a voiceprint as you speak then you do have a microphone built in and you can record into your powerpoint shows to your hearts content.
Hope this helps!
I tried to listen to
first of all, if the pc belongs to you, you are the administrator. as for the fault, it's sounds like you have damaged the board/socket, remove the rear cover & inspect.
You can try a piece of foam over the microphone, available at Radio Shack for a couple of bucks..
Hallo .i have a problem
If it is a condensor mic, it will need phantom power, some mixing desks have specific inputs that have phantom power and there is usually a switch to press. Also some mics use a battery instead of using the phantom power on the mixing des.
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