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Old 02-05-2019, 03:17 AM
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Default HS40 - Audio Feedback

Done a quick search and not come up with a definitive answer, on my HS40 i get game audio bleeding into the mic regardless of speaker volume or mic sensitivity, i can see others have had this issue too, but no solid answer posted.

Any thoughts on what might help (or a link to a post i missed?)

Headset is just over a year old, but has had this issue for at least 6-8 months, it's just come to a point today that the group couldnt take it anymore so i was playing mic-less.

EDIT: before it's asked, drivers are all up to date. spec on drop down above :)
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Try turning your microphone volume down in Windows settings.
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Try turning your microphone volume down in Windows settings.
I have. its currently on half. tried it as low as 15, at which point i could barely be heard but audio was still bleeding through.
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