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Old 01-06-2019, 08:42 PM
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Default How to use sidetone?

Hi! I have a VOID PRO RGB Wireless headset and I was curious as to the limitations of the sidetone function. I am a musician and when playing an instrument through the mic, it will barely pick it up. However, with sidetone, I am able to clearly hear the instrument. Why is this? Is there any way to make it so the input of the mic replicates the sidetone?

Specifically, I want to use this sidetone function for Discord. Is there any way to make it so others can hear what I hear with sidetone?
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Sidetone plays back what the microphone hears into the earphones. It's intended to mimic conditions where you aren't wearing a headset. It's very helpful for teenage boys that can get loud because they can't hear themselves.
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