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Thread HELP to even out my Stereo USB Audio device?

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LexyTrouble

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1 Posted on 04/03/2008 at 15:59:48
Hi guys! I skimmed through the forum to make sure that I wasn't sounding repetitive, but I couldn't seem to find anyone with a similar problem to mine so I'm hoping you can help me out asap?

The issue: When recording through my mic on to my computer the Stereo is very uneven. The sound records 90% through the left side.

Now, I know that it is not the mic, because I have two computers at my house and it works beautifully through the other one.

This is also a brand new mic, and the last one I had did not have this problem on this computer. So it is something I have clearly adjusted or screwed up in the last 24 hours. However this new mic is connected to my computer through USB, and the last mic was through the mic plug.. so maybe that is the problem?

I'm just very frustrated and fed up with trying to solve the problem on my own, and I am really hoping that someone here can help me out.

If it helps, my new mic is a Samson C01U USB Studio Condenser Microphone. And I have Windows XP.
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