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Microphone/Speaker Help


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ChandlerT

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I recently just bought a new Cyber Acoustics cheap little microphone model AC-634 and I seem to be having a problem, maybe it's normal I really don't know. Whenever I speak into the microphone, that sound also comes out of my headphones and speakers. It's incredibly annoying cause it's like a quick echo almost, I hope its not normal heh.

I have a ECS GF7100-M3 Motherboard and an IDT Sound Driver with my monitor sound plugged into front speakers, and the headphones plugged into the rear speakers, and of course the mic in the microphone spot. I can be sitting at the desktop having nothing running and talking into the microphone, and the sound is coming out of the speakers.

Is there any settings fix to this or something?

Thanks!
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GotTeeth

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This has nothing to do with your hardware. :)

It's your windows PlayBack volume. Mute the line-in in your volume controller. If it's not there, go to
Options -> Properties -> Check Line-In -> Ok -> Check mute.
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Was called Input Monitor for me but much much much appreciated, thank you very much!
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