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Microphone problems

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#1 attak sekwence

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 04:53 AM

So I plugged in my headphones and fired up a new eq software and when I started to turn up the levels I was getting some really annoying ambient noise and clicking. Then when I shut down every program I was using on my computer but kept the volume up I was still getting the ambient noise. I said to myself WTF and continued to be extremely confused. then about half a minute later I heard myself say WTF through my headphones! I dont know how long this has been going on but apparently my internal microphone array is constantly recording and then playing it back at an extremely low level and a 24 second delay. I have never caught this before but I was never paying that much attention to my sound quality before as well.

this is some government conspiracy type crap right here lol

anybody have any Idea how to stop it? I went in to the control panel sound settings and took the mic boost and volume level both to zero and it helped the ambient noise a lot but I could still hear myself typing clicking the mouse and speaking

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