Guide
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If you are using Windows 7, in the main menu on the "Start" button, select "Control Panel."When the system will open the panel, click on "Sound" and will be launched component containing settings for speakers, microphones and other devices, divided into four groups (tabs).
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Click on the tab "Record" - it pomesheny icons of connected devices using the microphone and line-out.Select the icon for the device you want, and then become active are three buttons at the bottom of this tab ("Customize", "Properties" and "Default").The button "Configure" is not related to the microphone settings, as you might think it belongs to the speech
recognition settings.A correct setting opens click on the button "Properties".These settings will be opened in a new window with five tabs.
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Click the "Levels" Set the controls placed there, and then press the «OK» in all three windows open.
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If you have a running Windows XP, you also need to run the control panel through the main menu in the "Start" button and select the components of the "Sounds and Audio Devices."This will open a window with five tabs - click the "Audio".In the section "Sound recording" to select the default device and click the "Volume".
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Adjust the slider in the section "Microphone" window that opens to the desired value, and then closed down the open windows, they pereschelkav button «OK».
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elements adjust microphone settings, and drivers have independent or integrated into the motherboard sound card.For example, if your driver is installed Realtek HD, in the notification area of ​​the taskbar should be a corresponding icon.Double-clicking on it opens the Device Manager panel where on the "microphone" you should adjust the settings for noise reduction and the spatial orientation of the microphone.On the "Mixer" section, select "Record" device in the drop-down list and set the desired level of the signal from the microphone.