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I have a simple problem i think and i would be most grateful if anyone could help me, i have a fully working microphone but the only thing is when i speak into it, the sound always comes out of my speakers as well and starts a chain reaction of echos, so my question is how do i corect this so that the mic still works but so that my speakers dont play what i just said.

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I would suggest using a combo headset with microphone when you are needing to use the mike. Otherwise the volume and/or speaker/mike may have to be adjusted so as to prevent the feedback. Some PC will have a front panel headphone jack which will cut speakers off while in use.

Other more involved option is to open your volume window and mute speakers each time? Very cumbersome.

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