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  1. First, I see there's other posts very similar or exactly like this from earlier years. So I apologize if this has already been resolved, but I didn't see a resolution and I haven't seen any posts for 2020. So, I have a Void RGB Elite Wireless. Fresh install of Win10 (v2004) iCue 3.33.246 Firmware 0.02 Mic volume is incredibly low. Friends in various applications say I'm very quiet. I've verified mic is at 100%. There is no "Boost" or "Dynamic Volume Control". The "test your mic" wizard in Windows says the max it detects is 8%. If I eat the mic, i get 15%. If I turn on sidetone, i hear myself _quite_ clearly but i'm not tryin to hear myself. I did a bunch of searching, here & across the whole interwebs... and I see that there's been a fair amount of similar complaints going back 5'ish years. I've seen some people use 3rd party software to increase the microphone gain; but that seems sketchy. Am I on the right firmware? Am I using the right version of iCue? Is this just a Corsair thing? My G633 has zero issues (dynamic gain control) but isn't wireless and isn't as comfortable as the void rgb elite headset. Did I waste $80~ ?
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