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« on: January 05, 2004, 12:53:09 AM »

I have a Labtec microphone plugged into my computer.  Lately when I use it, I hear a lot of noise....even when I just accidentally touch the cord...it makes a loud, echoey sound..and when I speak, it's like I'm hearing myself in a tin can.I don't know if that's what feedback is, or what. Someone suggested I turn down my speakers, but when I do, I can't hear the other person! Most people on the other end tell me that my mic isn't turned up high enough and that they can hardly hear me, but I do have it turned up full. Any ideas?  Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2004, 05:52:17 PM »

Hi,

Verify your sound mixer for volume levels.

For a test: Try pointing your speakers away from you and as far as possible to see if the feedback goes away.
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« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2004, 03:05:25 AM »

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Hi,

Verify your sound mixer for volume levels.

For a test: Try pointing your speakers away from you and as far as possible to see if the feedback goes away.

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« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2004, 03:09:48 AM »

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Originally posted by Admin

Hi,

Verify your sound mixer for volume levels.

For a test: Try pointing your speakers away from you and as far as possible to see if the feedback goes away.



Thanks so very much for your assistance Smiley  I got brave today and just went into that audio section and moved the settings all over the place and finally...did get rid of that horrid noise and stactic.  And like you suggested, I separated my microphones more and that surely helped.  So you can delete this problem and thanks again!

Gere
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