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I for 1 don't know. But try to go to www.Turtle Beach.com they can help you out. I have Turtle Beach Ear Force XC1 and my mic I can talk but I can't hear anything but if your mic isn't working properly try using a different controller. If that doesn't help try getting a brand new mic.
There are two problems in your phone, First one is your keypad and the second one is Microphone.So for keypad you need to change the keypad IC (filter) and fir mic you have to change the Mic/Mic IC.Therefore my comment is to contact mobile repairing shop.Good luck
Hi sounds like your mic has stopped working its quite an easy repair you can get a mic from ebay, on the bottom of your phone under the keypad, the keypad clips out theres two screws undo them and slide the plastic piece off, your mic is the part with the two gold bits on pull it out with a pin remembering what way it goes in then put your new one in and put it back together.
Sounds like a mic problem.These units have mics that has two brushes that slide on contacts.Opening it by changing covers or keypads could disturb the connections or disorient it making it loose its contact.Solution to this is by openning the unit and locating the mic,usually found below the keypads.If you are familiar in the disassembly of the cover and keypads you can locate the mic which is either covered with rubber and the mic has an obvious form(round) and you can see on it the two brushes,see if that is making a contact on the circuit boards contact points.If it is the mic should be replaced.
This mic is a condenser type microphone. It needs phantom power (48v) to operate. Might want to buy a USB mic preamplifier box, like an M-Audio product, which will provide phantom power, xlr/1/4 inch inputs and USB output.
if you manage to change the keypad most probably the condenser MIC inside the phone been misaligned. try to check if the condeser MIC is properly sitted on it's original place and if you do have a multi tester you might as well check the resistance of the condenser MIC. the nromal resistance for condeser MIC is 500ohms and some are 60 omhs.
The Delta Force and Omega Force are wired the same way, so if the mic is not working on the radio, check the mic out to make sure it's working. Make sure you have the mic gain turned up on the radio. I assume the mic was not wired for another style of radio??