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Thread connecting headset to soundcard Maudio Audiophile 2496 prob.

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AndyB

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1 Posted on 04/01/2004 at 03:25:32
im connecting my newly bought headset to my soundcard Maudio Audiophile 2496 via a minimixerboard LTO s-6.
And the microphone wont work!
The strange thing is that i get other microphones to work. It seems like it is only headsetmicrophones that doesnt work...why is this?
Different signals of some kind?
Help me please


P.S. Ive tried connecting directly to soundcard as well without succes.

Andy
gawain_en

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2 Posted on 04/01/2004 at 22:13:07
Do you know if your microphone is a dynamic or a condenser microphone?
In other words you might need a phantom power to get it to work.
AndyB

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3 Posted on 04/03/2004 at 03:19:57
im sure its dynamic....
gawain_en

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4 Posted on 04/03/2004 at 05:48:17
Have you tried pluging the microphone in other devices? Did it work?
AndyB

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5 Posted on 04/03/2004 at 06:16:00
yeha its nothing wrong with the mic...im thinking of maybe installing the onboard-soundcard and try with that one....the Audiophile maybe is screwing it up....

is it a big fuss to swap between two soundcards when making music and playing games?
gawain_en

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6 Posted on 04/03/2004 at 07:44:03
You can try using bot cards and configuring you audio software to use the M-audio.

If this does not work you'll have to disbale one of the cards in the control panel. But switching cards will require changing the parameters in the control pannel and rebooting.
AndyB

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7 Posted on 04/03/2004 at 08:54:05
Right now I only use Maudio...i have disconnected the onboardcard....i am using the Maudio for games as well but while the mic doesnt work im thinking of switching between the cards when making music and playing games....

what is botcards?
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