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  • Need some Headset help.

    Just wondering if anyone knows how to like get rid of the static noise when using an headset since I actually have 0 clue on how that can be fixed, I know like I used to use an older computer and never had this issue but now I got this static noise always behind the noise of me and it's pretty annoying well for me at least lol.

    If you know anything just speak anyway, thank you.
    Worst Forumer (supposely) 2017

  • #2
    Originally posted by AlwaysSnipin View Post
    Just wondering if anyone knows how to like get rid of the static noise when using an headset since I actually have 0 clue on how that can be fixed, I know like I used to use an older computer and never had this issue but now I got this static noise always behind the noise of me and it's pretty annoying well for me at least lol.

    If you know anything just speak anyway, thank you.
    It is your mic I feel not your headsets. Disable it and you are good to go.

    ~Void

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Adrianre66 View Post
      It is your mic I feel not your headsets. Disable it and you are good to go.

      ~Void
      But I am looking for a way to fix it so I can use my mic without having the annoying static lol I know it appears when I turn on my mic
      Worst Forumer (supposely) 2017

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      • #4
        Originally posted by AlwaysSnipin View Post
        But I am looking for a way to fix it so I can use my mic without having the annoying static lol I know it appears when I turn on my mic
        There is an option in your mic settings within the sound option. If I'm not mistaken there are two volume adjusters
        One is for sound and one is microphone booster or something. That booster (second one) will be on 50+ reduce that to like 10-20 and youl be good.

        ~Void
        Last edited by Adrianre66; 01-08-17, 01:56 AM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Adrianre66 View Post
          There is an option in your mic settings within the sound option. If I'm not mistaken there are two volume adjusters
          One is for sound and one is microphone booster or something. That booster (second one) will be on 50+ reduce that to like 10-20 and youl be good.

          ~Void
          Ah, I think I could things working now probably, thank you!
          Worst Forumer (supposely) 2017

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