A computer connected to a microphone can be used for many purposes, from recording vocals to online games.
After the microphone is connected to the PC, it needs to be set up.
You will need
- a computer-
- A novice PC user.
It is worth noting that microphones can be differentIn form: variety, which often sing karaoke, office (usually on a thin leg) and built into the body of laptops and netbooks. There are also microphones combined with headphones.
After connecting the microphone to the corresponding3.5 mm jack on the PC case (if the microphone plug is wider, use an adapter), restart the computer. If your computer is stationary and is a system unit, plug the microphone into the connector on the back panel, even if the same connector is on the front of the system unit.
After restarting the computer and starting Windows, go to Start - Control Panel, select small or large icons and double click on the label? Sound ?.
In the window that opens, select the "Recording" tab. Will you see the name of the microphone and tick? This means that the equipment is installed successfully. Try to say something into the microphone. On the equalizer, a signal of increasing sound appears next to it. If this does not happen, the microphone may be connected but turned on. Find the power button on the microphone and press it. Usually such a button happens on pop-type microphones.
Now go to setting the microphone toComputer. All in the same place, select the microphone and click the? Properties ?. In the tab? Listen? You can check the box. After that, all sound from the microphone will be instantly fed to the speakers.
In the tab? Levels? You can adjust the volume of the microphone and enhance the sound with the sliders.
In the tab? Improvements? You can enable options such as? Noise reduction? And? Echo suppression ?. Remember that when talking in Skype, these options can degrade audibility.
In the tab? Advanced? You can adjust the audio frequency if you are going to record something via a microphone to a computer.