Voice Chat Problem

Question:

hi karthi,
ur website is very nice…my ear phone is not working….not working in the sense..when i used it in gtalk or skype i can hear my friend voice but my voice not reaches my friend….what to do…

Regards,
Rajesh

Answer:

Hello Mr. Rajesh,

Thanks for contacting Techtamil for your problem. There are lots of possibilities to cause this problem.

#1. Make sure your mic is not in MUTE state.

#2. Make sure you dont have any “Spywares“. They may eat your bandwidth and make your internet slow.

#3. Make sure your “Upload Speed” of the internet connection is good enough to make a voice call. Test your connection speed here www.speakeasy.net/speedtest

#4. Your MIC input jack may got damaged. Check it, By inserting headphone in frontside and backside audio jacks.

#5. Try to use “Sound Recorder”  and make sure that, MIC is totally not working in any applications or just only in Gtalk and Skype.

#6. Reply me after doing all above 5 steps.

Good luck!

8 Responses to Voice Chat Problem

  1. Rajesh says:

    thank u Mr.karthik for ur suggestions but still i have that problem…no problem in my internet speed…and i also checked in sound recorder..nothing will be recorded in sound recorder…..this is a new mic …what to do…

  2. Rajesh says:

    thank u Mr.karthik for ur suggestions but still i have that problem…no problem in my internet speed…and i also checked in sound recorder..nothing will be recorded in sound recorder…..this is a new mic …what to do…

  3. jegan says:

    Hi Rajesh could you confirm your OS here, we can narrow down the solution. May be the problem is with your sound settings

  4. jegan says:

    Hi Rajesh could you confirm your OS here, we can narrow down the solution. May be the problem is with your sound settings

  5. bhuvan says:

    Hai ..i think the sound input is in line mode change it into mic mode by going to properties…..

    u can do this by opening sound recorder…

  6. bhuvan says:

    Hai ..i think the sound input is in line mode change it into mic mode by going to properties…..

    u can do this by opening sound recorder…

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