If I try to use Apps Google speak search I have to scream, if I speak normal the Xperia S doesn't hear my voice.
Is there a way to adjust the microphone sensitivity?
Gesendet von meinem LT26i mit Tapatalk 2
I am facing a terrible problem of microphone in my Xperia ZL for nearly a month now. The person on the other side is not able to listen to any word i speak. Total silence unless i speak very loud in front of the mic. I tried Cleaning the microphone hole with a needle but doesnot help. Any suggession on how can i solve this issue.
This is driving me crazy. My friends can't hear my voice when I make a call using Skype. Here's the scenario:
Windows Sound Recorder correctly records my voice and I can hear my voice when I playback these recorded files.
In Windows Audio Settings, I see 3 devices on Recordings page: Microphone, Rear Input and Stereo Mix.
If I move the bottom of the phone more than about 2-3 inches from my mouth (tilting phone about 30 degrees from my face) the person I am talking to can barely hear me even if I speak louder. I never had this issue with my Galaxy Nexus.
A Google search found similar experiences with the G2. Some say turn Noise Suppression off, but I do not see that in the G3 menus.
I tried everything on alsamixer and the best I've is that I can hear the microphone but I can't use it. I mean, if I speak on it I can hear the sound on the speakers. But if I try to use steam voice, skype or any recording software it doesn't work at all. It is a rear mic, together with a headphone. Any ideas?
I'm in a fairly unique situation in which I need to communicate to someone in the same room with me via headset. What would be the best way to speak into my microphone, and then deliver my voice into their headset only?
I'm using Supernexus 3.0 and the microphone is just too sensitive. I never had this problem on stock so it must mean it must be something in the settings of Supernexus. Does anybody know how to permanently lower the microphone sensitivity? I have so many concert videos ruined because the sound was too loud.
I'd like to make some audio (voice) recordings on my Slackware box. I have a microphone plugged into my sound card. I can play test sounds in /usr/share/sounds/alsa fine, I can hear them in my speakers. And when I speak into the microphone, I can hear my voice coming out of the speakers. But I can't seem to record anything.
im trying to set up my microphone to work with Ubuntu 12
The Problem is that i can hear myself when i speak. And if i play for example music, the music then triggers the indicator for the microphone volume. So the output of the speakers is somehow also send to the microphone. So it's impossible to use for example Teamspeak because of the rustle.