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Old 07-14-2009, 12:42 PM   #1
CD-Clone
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Default My voice is fading out

Hi all
im currently having 2 problems with my ventrilo...
first aint that baad, but many people say it sounds like im sitting on a toilet, the sound effect that would give...

the secund more anoying seriusly problem is that i some times fade out, as if im moving further and further away from the mic, witch i aint XD...

first i thout it would be the mic since my headset is abaut 4 years old, however i use the same mic/headset on my other computer witch aint having any of these problems...

secund i thout it might be couse by some program i have had open but checking what i have open every time it happens just dosent give anything either...

have had a shitload of other ideers what it could be but i cant seem to figure it out...

at this time im getting rather desparate... cant have 2 computers turned on all day becouse of this and i cant play on that old peace of junk where it aint a problem XD

a few facts...

troubled computer
windows vista, 32bit
sounds card is something like Realtek high definition audio

on the other comp where vent works fine
windows xp pro
onboard soudcard
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Old 07-14-2009, 12:56 PM   #2
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sounds like im sitting on a toilet
COOL!!!!!

try going to the realtek audio manager/speakers tab/sound effects section and disable all effects (environment=none)

select the microphone tab and mute the playback volume
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