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Hi, You can check you the connectios or the mic. remember that the mic is too sensitive, you can adjust it with the nobb on the mic by putting it on o -dB and reduce the highs on your mixer or EQ to reduce hiss sound.
But fisr check the connection properly to see if when muted, is muted properly.
Headset will have two pins .plug the pin initially The green pin should be plugged to speaker and the red pin to the mic. In the volume button select the advance properties and increase the volume of mic .sometimes it may be in mute if so un mute it. Ensure proper drivers are installed and mic is detected i the system.This can be seen from the sound devices option in control panel . To check whether mic is working try to record using the sound recorder which is present in system
The problem is with the mic you can verify it with by trying to record the sound using the sound recorder application. if you not able to record the sound.check whether mic is detected and it is not muted .sometimes mic may be muted.increase the volume of the mic by clicking the sound control option.
Sometimes programs like Skype will lose the Mic settings and chose another input channel. Check your operating system's audio settings under something similar to "Recording" and see if microphone is checkboxed and turned up. Also, make sure it is not muted on Skype and/or the operating system.
If you have Windows XP, for example, look for the audio settings icon (little speaker) just left of clock area. Open and go to "options". Choose "properties" then "Recording". Look that your microphone is "Selected" with a checkbox and is turned up. To hear yourself during this, you will need to go back and choose "Playback" instead of "Recording" and de-select "mute" (if checked) for microphone and turn it up to see if you hear yourself talking over the speakers/headphones.
Also, check the Skype settings for microphone and that Skype has the correct sound device selected for input - being your microphone and not another device.
Also make sure that there is not a manual, physical volume adjustment for the microphone on the laptop case itself. Could even be a mute button.
You need to check the record settings and make sure the mic is not muted or turned down to low. Click START, CONTROL PANEL, then SOUND icon. Click the AUDIO tab up top. Make sure that your sound card is selected in the drop down menu under Sound Recording. Now click VOLUME tab. A new window will open up. Click OPTIONS then PROPERTIES. Make sure you have a check by the MIC and click OK. In the Recording Control window, turn the level up for Microphone and make sure it is not muted. Let me know what happens.
I need more info dude, first make sure its not your sound on your computer, you could have your mic muted and you didnt know it, or, try going to your control panel and actually setting up your mic. If its not muted there, i'll need more info, how long have you had the mic, what program are you using to talk to others/record.
Hi please check the audio properties settings of your system . The MIC would have been MUTED . Uncheck the mute against mic and you should be able to record thru the built-in mic.Right click on speaker icon in taskbar audio properties under mic uncheck in the box beside mute.