Windows XP microphone sound feed back problem
Posted on 2006-11-09
I have Windows XP. When I open my microphone and when my speakers are on, it makes horrible feed back. I tried with other sound card/microphone/speakers and it does all the same.
When I go in the setting for the microphone, there is the agc (automatic gain control I guess) that I can check or not. Even if I don't check it, when I do a test, even if there is no sound (only background noise of ambient), it starts raising the microphone sensivity, hire and hire, and then the amplification is at the max and the feed back is loud.
My question is:
How can I stop Windows XP (Home or Pro, I think there is no difference) from automatically adjusting my microphone's sensivity/amplification/input volume and stopping the feed back at the same time.
I know technical stuff so you could give me a lot of info, I will understand.
Thank you !