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External USB Audio Sound Card Adapter too loud/sensitive

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I've recently started using the above adapter (used to plug headset into PS3), and found that the sound is VERY loud, including both input and output.

i.e. When previewing the mic, I can hear myself breathe, people opening doors the entire house away, car alarms, conversations of people walking past (outdoors)... There's also the static that you hear when something's too loud.

I've already tried adding a lot more foam to the microphone, setting the volume to 1... I've simply run out of ideas.

My question here is: is there some hardware tweaking I could do? I've looked into soldering in a volume control wheel, but I'm not sure it'll affect it.
A setting option I'm missing, perhaps?

Many thanks to anyone who can help!
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