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how to solve the mic slider always slides low itself

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#1 Bettty


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Posted 10 December 2008 - 07:19 PM

hi everyone

i got a problem with my mic volume
when i voicechat with others, they always said my voice was low, and i checked my audio setting and found my mic volume slider always returns lower itself, but i don't make my tunes low volume at all, just my mic and headsets r together, i adjust my mic voice by move the headsets button. also when i voicechat, there was always some noisy in our line like beep or whisles, is it because my interenet connection is bad or esle?

can anyone help me to solve the problem? i will very apprecaite for that.

looking forward to ur reply my dear friends.

take care


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#2 garmanma


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Posted 10 December 2008 - 08:05 PM

Go to the Control Panel and double-click on Sound and Audio Devices. Click on the Voice tab. to the far right should be a slider for the microphone.

when i voicechat, there was always some noisy in our line like beep or whisles, is it because my interenet connection is bad or esle?

Interference can be caused by many things. Line noise is one. Try keeping the microphone, headphone, and speaker wires away from power cords. If you have a portable phone or a baby monitor close by, move it to somewhere else. If you have a fluorescent desk light and the ballast is going bad, that can cause it

Edited by garmanma, 10 December 2008 - 08:06 PM.

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