Microphone replaying system sounds.  

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  1. Posts : 4,562
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       #21

    You could try disabling stereo mix in settings if it's installed and enabled.

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  2. Posts : 64
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       #22

    steve108 said:
    Show me the connector on the end of the headset please - you can post a link to the exact model you are using if that's easier.
    alright i done that
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       #23

    3. Put your headset on
    4. From Zoom settings window:
    Select audio on the left side, then from top right Speaker - Press Test Speaker. Do you hear a test tone? Press
    Stop to stop the test tone.

    Let me know when you finished this and leave the Settings Window up so we can do the next steps.
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  4. Posts : 64
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       #24

    steve108 said:
    3. Put your headset on
    4. From Zoom settings window:
    Select audio on the left side, then from top right Speaker - Press Test Speaker. Do you hear a test tone? Press
    Stop to stop the test tone.

    Let me know when you finished this and leave the Settings Window up so we can do the next steps.
    I can hear sound yes but the problem is actually my microphone. I did the microphone test it doesn't do any sound unless I watch a video I send you some footage of that: Reply proof - YouTube
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  5. Posts : 21,421
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       #25

    Alainikus said:
    I can hear sound yes but the problem is actually my microphone. I did the microphone test it doesn't do any sound unless I watch a video I send you some footage of that: Reply proof - YouTube
    Okay, so you beat me to the microphone test. I'll watch your video now, but you need to start digging into Control Panel - Sounds ....... I will post more about this in a few minutes.

    Please tell me what is the port label on your PC that you plug the microphone jack into.
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  6. Posts : 64
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       #26

    Fabler2 said:
    You could try disabling stereo mix in settings if it's installed and enabled.

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    Already tried that but I will try again
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  7. Posts : 21,421
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       #27

    I watched the video and never heard you speak at all - only thing I could hear is airport noise - so that didn't help me at all
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  8. Posts : 64
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       #28

    steve108 said:
    I watched the video and never heard you speak at all - only thing I could hear is airport noise - so that didn't help me at all
    thats the point. if you look at the discord window when i typed I will speak now nothing got recorded but when I played the video it actually picked up the video.
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  9. Posts : 21,421
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       #29

    Try this: Control Panel -> Sound -> Recording tab
    Now look for microphones and select your microphone
    Click properties, then the Levels tab. Adjust the level to max.

    Let me know if this fixes it or you find the solution.
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  10. Posts : 64
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       #30

    steve108 said:
    Try this: Control Panel -> Sound -> Recording tab
    Now look for microphones and select yours
    Click properties, then the Levels tab. Adjust the level to max.

    Let me know if this fixes it or you find the solution.
    I already tried that. It literally doesnt work, let me give you an example. Lets say we are in a Skype call. I try to talk but my microphone nothing picks up. Then I go to youtube and play a video. This video will be pick up and transmitted into the call and you hear the video. Do you understand? I can understand if you cant help with this.
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