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Hi Guys,
I didnt't know where to post a thread on this topic so I just randomly selcted this area. Well, I just got new speakers and headset/mic cause I thought my mic and speakers was causing this humming sound when I used my mic. But I found out that when I unpluged my mic when I was testing it on "Teamspeak" (Gaming Conversation program thing" that it wasnt the mic that was causing the humming problem; its something else. I still got the humming sound when i unpluged the mic, which was wierd. Then afterwards, I moved the wires in the back of my computer and it makes more of a noise when i do that...

Does anyone know what the problem could be? cause i'm out of ideas and this computer is almost a year old and I dont think it would be the sound card..


Thanks,
Jon Fredricks

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Ok I think I found out the problem now. I had my recording settings shown as PC Camra and that was casuing the humming noise. I only have a few three settings to choose from "autio rear input" "front pink jack", and "front green jack". I want to change the settings so I can choose back pink jack but there is no option there. Can anyone tell me what to do so I can have the correct settings.

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It seems like your wires are getting interference from one another (hence it getting worse when ya moved it).

Try testing it with Windows' built in sound recorder (start>Programs>Accessories>entertainment?)

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