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My Mic Stopped Working This Morning?


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#1 Paulabear

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Posted 26 June 2008 - 12:55 PM

Okay, so, last night I was talking on my mic just fine.
(It's a dynex mic)
Here: http://www.dynexproducts.com/pc-614-8-dyne...microphone.aspx

This morning I try it, and it just won't work.
Everything is plugged in right, so what should I be looking for?


I have Realtek v. 5.10.00.5268

I can hear out of it just fine.

Another weird thing is that now when I turn up "Mic" all the way in volume controls, I can hear a difference in what I hear, like, kind of like loud feedback as I turn up the volume for the mic.

I also tried restarting my computer. It didn't help.

I've had this mic for only 2 weeks.
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Posted 26 June 2008 - 06:18 PM

its silly but try putting your headphone jack (the one for the headphones) in the microphone port and recording something (by speaking into the headphones) using a simple audio recorder, then play it back (either through speakers or by plugging the headphones back in correctly)

most people done realize but there is no difference between a microphone and a speaker. you can actually speak into a speaker if its setup as an input..

this will help determine if the mic itself is the problem or the port/sound card
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