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  1. Posts : 9
    Windows 7 home 64-bit
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    Micro


    I've been having issues with microphones for a while and I am not sure what is causing it. I ended up thinking it was the mics and bought 2 more:/

    First was my logitech usb mic it was just very low people would always have issues hearing me even with the microphone levels at 100.I did some google searches and there seemed to a common consensus that there was soldering on this mic that caused issues. So I went and bought the zalman clipon same issue I have to yell in this thing even with levels at 100 and +30db. I thought okay this was a cheap $5 dollar mic so I went out and bought a samson go and i'm still having issues with low input.

    I've got no idea what to do at this point. Could it be my motherboard/drivers?

    *sorry hit enter by accident and didn't get a chance to finish typing my thread title can someone rename it Low Microphone issue?
    Last edited by hellzscream; 16 Jun 2014 at 15:56.
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  2. Posts : 8,137
    Windows 10 64 bit
       #2

    You should be able to change the title with the Edit.

    USB microphones do not use the PC's sound card. When you connect the USB mic, go to the Control Panel/Hardware and Sound and finally the Sound Panel, Recording Section. The USB mic should be shown and you should be able to set the mic level (Right click on the icon). If that helps, that is the "easy" fix.
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  3. Posts : 9
    Windows 7 home 64-bit
    Thread Starter
       #3

    fireberd said:
    You should be able to change the title with the Edit.

    USB microphones do not use the PC's sound card. When you connect the USB mic, go to the Control Panel/Hardware and Sound and finally the Sound Panel, Recording Section. The USB mic should be shown and you should be able to set the mic level (Right click on the icon). If that helps, that is the "easy" fix.
    Thanks for the reply. I've done this multiple times. Any other ideas?
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