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Hello all,

I have a windows XP SP2 and on board sound chip C-Media CMI9761A. Now I have a microphone, but the sound I get in sound recorder or in the speakears it's too low. I tried with other microphone and it's the same.

In sound properties I have the microphone volume at the maximum and the 'boost microphone' option selected.

My mother board is Asrock 775V88+ with Pentium 4.

The version of the audio driver is 5.12.01.0050.1 (70).

The microphone is integrated in the lcd display, Viewsonic VX2255.

Can you help in some way.

Thank you.

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Hello,

In fact I don't know. I don't have another PC to try and, like the microphone are built in the display, isn't practicle to transport it.

I'm not a computer specialist but in my opinion the problem are in the fact of the audio chip don't have enought amplification.

If I connect a pair of speakers (someones that have AC power suply) I have a high volume. If I connect the built in speakers of the lcd display, I have a low volume.

So, I suppose that the microphone and speakers of the lcd display aren't amplified. And the audio chip of the PC don't have enought amplification for non amplified devices.

What you think about?

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its difficult to say but bare in mind it is smaller speakers that will produce much "smaller" sound.but unless it played @ higher volume before

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Hello,

In fact I don't know. I don't have another PC to try and, like the microphone are built in the display, isn't practicle to transport it.

I'm not a computer specialist but in my opinion the problem are in the fact of the audio chip don't have enought amplification.

If I connect a pair of speakers (someones that have AC power suply) I have a high volume. If I connect the built in speakers of the lcd display, I have a low volume.

So, I suppose that the microphone and speakers of the lcd display aren't amplified. And the audio chip of the PC don't have enought amplification for non amplified devices.

What you think about?

i think you are right on the money,junk plays like junk.
a nice pci sound card and a real set of speakers and mic are in order if you want quality sound, also windows sound recorder sucks ,you need a good program to do that .
sound recored program .
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

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