Ok first u have to go to settings in the playstation main menu then u go to accessory setting then audio device settings and then where it says input device hit it till it says ur accessory and then go to output device and do the same and then hit ok
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The Logitech Unifying receiver is a miniaturised dedicated USB wireless receiver that allows up to six compatible devices (such as mice and keyboards; headphones are not compatible) to be linked to the same computer using 2.4 GHz band radio communication in a way very similar to, but incompatible with, Bluetooth.
well there can be a couple of problems. you could contact me on facebook ant nicfourie as for the fack that i need more info. ok so let me ask you is the mic you lisn to over a network or over the internet
Please go to control panel and click on Sound
In theSound properties / settings window you must be seeing 2 options right click on the Logitech option and set it to default. Post this your logitech USB headset will be set to default sound playback device
I hope if you disconnect / connect the logitech USB headphones you are hearing sound from the regular speakers.
There are no drivers for headphones.And as you use this headset for couple of years the speaker performance gradually reduces.So you wont hear it properly.This normal thing.Please try changing the headset.
Goto Volume control Click on Option then go to Properties then click on recording then Ok You will get now Recording properties There MUTE line in or Microphone. and then check it out. its 100% worknig for u. Ok...
Your headphone mic is all right. The problem is with the sound driver you are using. Many a time the headphone jack are not properly connected so it may be another issue for not working of your headphone. Your operating system is all right check out the sound driver setting from the control panel. Good Luck
Try opening the volume control (you should find a VOLUME icon in the bottom right corner of the screen. Right click on this and open volume control. Check if the "microphone" level is down or if the mute button is checked. If it is, click on it again to uncheck and increase the microphone level to full. If you do not see the Microphone level at all, click on "options" and then "properties" and make sure microphone is checked.
Hi There Try this,
Try Adjusting the vlume on your PC first. Check the volume on the Headphone too if there is one.
Using a dump clothe. Wipe the plugs with a twisting motion.
If all fails then You may have a Sound Card problem. Using a spare Speaker or Headphone check it if it works. If its not then its Defective and needs replacement. If its working then your Speakers or Headphones are defective. Try fixing them by cleaning or checking the Continuity of its cables using a analog Multi tester.
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