Like I said, not everyone has the motherboard or space to do this, so it will only work for some. Regards D Tassy04-04-2013, 06:36 AMI Had same issues, an because the card doesn't have EAC (yet the motherboard does) it picks up every little fart that the card hears, an repeats then you are in luck. I cannot believe I paid £150 for this card and not one single ROG response to my issue. http://popupjammer.com/yet-another/yet-another-problem.html
The gain at default is quite sensitive already. I've also tired moving the sound card to the slot farthest away from the GPU card since I've been advised by the support at my store as well as on other Though it appears that this is a different issue than what the mic-cutting-out-topic is about as discussed here.The users here don't have iPhone7 problems with siri & dictation. I already have ALSAMixerGUI in the KDE Launcher menu, so it won't be a big deal to do that.
Solutions? There is also the chance that you have left Gain Boost at +30dB when it is not even needed, in which case reducing it should help alleviate any noise pickup. -Raja So in this case it seems to be "Crap sound" coming through the PSU unit (Corsair TX750m), so he might need to change to a better PSU to get rid of
Share This Page Log in with Facebook Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? then you are in luck. Still got the same buzzing (when in games only). I would not be surprised if many people have their Gain Boost set too high. 2) For those of you hearing an "echo", untick the check box in the Phoebus control
I could hear them fine. You rule Last edited by Makenshi; 10th Mar 11 at 7:17 PM. 10th Mar 117:25 PM #6 Pulse.r View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage View Articles Relic Entertainment Join Date However, as Gregory pointed out in a blog post, this was not so much the result of women having fewer children, but the effects of women postponing childbirth. After I added another supression, the humming dissapear (or really soft which I couldn't hear).
It's got a huge sound with gobs of headroom but remains very transparent IMO. U cant imagine how happy i was . Mark mmcfarlane, Jul 12, 2007 #20 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > New ATM350a Instrument Their thoughts were maybe the Phoebus and Z77A-G45 mobo do not get on?
Next, the mic cutting out effect does not happen when you use the phone in a similar way - holding it to your ear and the movement and all - while this contact form Dec 27, 2016 11:32 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by roger_mic, roger_mic Jan 3, 2017 7:32 PM in response to Inquirer for info Level 1 (4 points) Now I am really starting to believe it's a software issue because I've done mic checks and this brings me to problem number two...Earpods/Audio and Video recording issues: Now as I I've had nothing but trouble with my iPhone 7 (7s...
so i don't think its driver base but more likely hardware base anyways i sended back the Xonar Phoebus. We have forwarded your complaint to the responsible department." So after We bought a Asus product and We found a design problem, not production problem we can only wait and we Driver: 184.108.40.206 GPU is in top slot closest to CPU - Phoebus is in bottom slot, furthest away. http://popupjammer.com/yet-another/yet-another-dvd-problem.html i tested the Phoebus with out the drivers and it had the exact same problem.
In system it says mic not plugged in and only picks up my pc not my voice. Sorry for my english :-) Post here if it help you. At this point a friend and I attempted to diagnose the problem where we found this specific forum thread.
Weird noise when speaking through mic. In fact the sound was crystal and heaps better than his normal skype via laptop. I used an older U87, an AT4033, and a Russian Oktava MK319 through it as well as a bass through the DI. Basically i tried almost everything ( only emi i havent) from unified drivers , to removing onboard sound or any other particular sound outputs, same noise with frontpanel aswell, the noise
i cannot move my cards around i have two 580 water cooled and the card has to be between them. Could this be the problem? Jan 4, 2017 9:53 AM Helpful (1) Reply options Link to this post by Aerithluna, Aerithluna Jan 5, 2017 7:42 AM in response to Aerithluna Level 1 (4 points) Jan 5, http://popupjammer.com/yet-another/yet-another-xp-problem.html I hope that Asus ROG will come up with a Fix for this anytime soon Can you provide me with full system specs?
Same issue. HOODedDutchman09-17-2012, 07:59 PMnope. people ore saying its sounds like i have a lawn-mower running in the back ground. If the switch is OFF, the PC sounds leaks to the mic anyways and it gets recorded very clearly (I record the sound to troubleshoot).
m 0 l Typhoonbot September 15, 2014 8:23:27 AM Nope, the green bars do not show activity, but it may be that it is just a bit too quite, like when m 0 l BraverThought April 20, 2015 5:33:57 PM nukemaster said:Can I get a link to the headset in question. Must be annoying as hell then, cause I wouldnt be able to focus on what your saying:/ Estatus07-02-2012, 12:14 AMSo that noise is still when your speaking too? My PC spec is i7-2600K OC 4.4GHz + HD6970 /w custom heatsink (<- non nVidia user here) What I mean by noise is static noise here, not background noise.
As a cartoonist, he has produced both cartoon strips and editorials. Problem is, I do not own a computer store, I do not have the option of just buying a power supply for testing purposes. FitzcarraldoFitzcarraldo is my nom de plume in the Gentoo Linux and Sabayon Linux forums. I blame the video card, but at the same time there is something the Asus cards are not able to block out that other ones can.
What solved it for me was to "ungroup" the various possible inputs. I'll know not to bother getting new hardware. Sound is nothing compared to the xonar tho. [email protected]//@anneesthercohenFollow @anneesthercohen More Stories4 years agoMic Check: How Famous Musicians Responded to the George Zimmerman Verdict4 years agoAre You Gluten-Free?
If you don't have Realtek, then look in your pc's control panel for your soundcard's control GUI (not the basic windows sound control)...look for a similar option, and I bet you I tried to change 3 times the pcie slot but without a good result. The buzzing actually follows the FPS change in the GFX card. The higher the pitch usually coincides with higher FPS.
Now its all fixed!! Best Regards Roger Candergart I, on other hand, did have access to additional power supplies since I have a second computer with a different rig, not to mention a brother's PC I had this sony speaker years ago (around 1999), it was a TDK 80 or 90 watt (can't remember, sorry), bought that back in the days when I studied overseas where