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Old 09-22-2018, 11:16 AM
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Question Volume sliders greyed out. (Solved, can be deleted.)

Hello Corsair community,

I recently bought the Corsair VOID PRO and the Corsair HS70 Headsets. I have tested the VOID PRO for some days now and decided that it is time to start using the iCUE software.
I tried to make it so that i can hear myself talking. I am able to switch the feature on via my headset, but the sidetone slider in iCUE is greyed out and I cant move it.

I have tried restarting my PC, updating iCUE, changing the slider without a headset connected and tried to create a new iCUE profile and change it there. Nothing worked, it was always greyed out.

Some things I noticed are, that the volume slider is also greyed out, if I create a new profile the sliders appear to be movable for a split second before going grey again and that my two headsets are somehow linked. Linked means, that if I change the equalizer settings for one, the settings for the other one change as well.

I would be very glad if someone could help me, as for everything else the headsets are great!
Also, sorry for any formatting or spelling errors. Be free to remind me of those.


Thanks,

Flash3r01

Edit: Problem has been solved. Tried it only with the HS70. But for the VOID PRO it worked fine.

Last edited by Flash3r01; 09-22-2018 at 02:49 PM. Reason: Problem has been solved.
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