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Old 12-30-2018, 08:00 PM
Paul The Person Paul The Person is offline
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Angry Void Pro Surround Microphone is Terrible

Does anyone have a fix for the atrocious built-in microphone? It's so quiet- even at the max volume setting in ICUE I need to shout to be heard at all and additionally, anything it does record is full of static! It's a far cry from the crisp, clear microphone tests I found online, so there must be some sort of fix!

I have resorted to using my computer's terrible built in speakers and microphone because atleast then I can be heard!
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Old 12-31-2018, 08:39 AM
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This is a very interesting question.
Be sure to disable every other audio devices (if you would like to).

Then be sure to select the higher bitrate bandwidth for the microphone.

Here is how your default when first turned on after you have received it and connected (8000 Hz):

You should increase it by 48000 Hz:

Validate your selection by APPLYING:

Then press OK:

This is how echo cancellation works:

48000 Hz for the microphone will eliminate the sound coming from your 48000Hz inside speakers.

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