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Windows 7: I am hearing someones mic sound through my speakers

27 Jan 2012   #21

windows 7 x64

Just turned my Pc on today and got a similar issue,followed some advice here. not found the culprit, loked hi and low myself, no add ons, cant finding anything running in background, it started when i did a web search for a tech show called Namm, clicked on a couple of links and it just started to happened
Its almost like some one is channel hopping the radio, its going from channel to channel, switching between a handful of these channels, american/asian/Brittish/annoying autrailian chat radio, sometime two or more stations play over the top of each other, i dont expect a resolve on this one, its too weird, Just thought i should mention it.
I am a home music studio guy, so this was annoying to find this morning, but i can turn down the windows internet volume so some concellation.

My girlfriend did try and connect her phone the night before and failed, but maybe that is the cuase, it seems suspect, but i cant find no other networks on my pc that may have got access

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27 Jan 2012   #22

Vista Ult SP2/Win 7 Ult SP1/Win 8.1 Pro w/MC (all x64)

Cellular phones can often be heard over speakers because their signal is picked up by the speaker wires which are usually unshielded.
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27 Jan 2012   #23

windows 7 x64

Solved My issue, as it happens it was my girlfriend Typing to set her phone up,and she activated some Radio streaming App, Then in turn i found an extra volume in my sounds Panel, although not sussed out how to remove it, i will have to trace back her steps on the Mobile phone wqhen she gets home, it is a bit concearning, as she set this up without any passwords and without me approving or changing anything at my end via my PC, so looks like my Pc is wide open to hackers despite running Security essentails etc. The only senario i can figure is the fact that she has had her phone running on our network in the past, but it was no longer seeming to work, so and oversight on her part, something she is missing being a none techy, i just wish i new how to find anything like this on my PC, surprised a so called acepted and legit programme is still tucked away.
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28 Jan 2012   #24

Windows 7 Home Premium

I've heard exactly the same sounds as described: typing, shuffling pappers, breath and all above.
Any interference, crosstalk and so on are excluded since it is impossible to hear the exact same sounds around the globe and in this long period of time.
The sounds being exactly the same I would guess it is a record of some sort enabled by some sort of trojan.
I wonder if someone knows what it is.
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09 Feb 2012   #25

windows vista

the same exact thing happened to me today someone breathing I heard a mouse clicking piano playing some notes then a screen popped up and ask me to ask my question real fast it had a man's face on it and he said he could answer the question real fast I hurried I shut everything down real quick lost all of m intel microphone and webcam were hackedy work I was doing how can we track this person down and make this stop happening it's so very freaky someone spying on me in my house I think the safest computer is a computer turned off and unplugged I never would of thought of that
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10 Feb 2012   #26


Sounds to me like a Trojan designed to scare! I hope you all have good or better Anti Virus software.
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10 Feb 2012   #27

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Sorry if I wasn’t able to catch all of the idea discussed here.
To the extend of what I’ve learned about sound system. That kind of freaky situation might happen. It’s already mentioned about “crosstalk” (it has many of its form).
Most sound systems have various input with various sensitivities. Less sensitive input will pick up an audio signal from line out jack of any device producing sound.
“High sensitive input circuit” pick up sound signal which is low voltage, mostly microphones. This high sensitive input circuit has a potential to receive any analog audio signal transmission. It means, any device that is transmitting audio signal might interfere with your sound system. It can be a radio broadcast, wireless home system, wireless microphones, handy talki, walkie talkie, or elses.
The digital transmission will, but we all know only its carrier signal will go through and it sounds just like if you got it from any cellphone (fluttering).
When this happens, based on my experience there are some tricks we can do to fix (or even just to prove it).
  1. Turn off the source (if known)
  2. Move the source away.
  3. Turn off the sound system that receive the signal
  4. Switch the input to non sensitive input.
  5. Plug off the microphones.
  6. Adjust microphone sensitivity
  7. There is solution I usually do when it’s proven. (require us to have some light skill in electronics work). Open the sound system’s amplifier (some are inside the speaker’s boxes). Put a ceramic capacitor with the values of 12 to 27 pF (picoFarad) to the sensitive input terminal. One leg is soldered to the (+) input terminal, the other leg is soldered to the (-) input terminal. if it is stereo input then we need two capacitors, one to R(+) other to L(+), then both to the grounding. We avoid using higher value as it might compromise the audio quality.
That’s all I can share. If you don’t feel like to do it, let it stay as a reading supplement. But if you do, take precaution


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Edit: Other cause also a bluetooth connection which treat our PC as remote speakers (I did it from my cellphone to my laptop to scare some guys but surely the connecting step won't work without approval connection code/passkey unless it's already paired before).

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10 Feb 2012   #28

windows vista

I agree it has to be some type of trojan for all of us to hear the same thing around the globe it's pre recorded
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03 Apr 2012   #29

Windows 7 64 bit
source possibly

Daddyz said something about seeing a man pop up telling him to ask a question. i heard the typing and shuffling of papers and at that time i was on A man did pop up with the same message daddyz said he saw. i shutdown my pc and so far i haven't heard it since. if u sit on long enuff u will see that pop up from a man name Daniel. i believe the sound may be linked to that pop up.
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03 Apr 2012   #30

Windows 7 64 bit

I want to add that it did freak me out but i feel much better knowing its not just me lol.
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