20 Most Recent Logitech USB Desktop Consumer Microphone Questions & Answers


you may need to go to control panel, then to audio settings, then to audio at the top of the page and see if use only default is checked
Larry

Logitech USB... | Answered on Aug 30, 2014


Try to talk with your lips touching the mic . If there is any improvement open the mic housing very carefully and bring the capsule as near as possible to the top part of the housing .
hope this helps.

Logitech USB... | Answered on Sep 18, 2012


so to begin

1. right click the lil speaker on the bottum right hand side

2. select Playback

3. Right click you default speaker set, (for me its 2-logitech G330 headset)

4. select properties

5. go to Levels in the tab menu.

6. use the microphone slider and slide the microphone volume to 0


hats it your done, your mic will continue to work as normal with out the feed back loop in ur head set.

Logitech USB... | Answered on Sep 02, 2012


try here 
http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/support_downloads/downloads/&cl=us,en?selectedcrid=408&selectedcid=221#

Logitech USB... | Answered on Nov 22, 2011


Damn Rocketfish ******* sucks. Got their external USB drive.. it died after the 3rd time i plugged it in to use. Their USB desktop mic, can't find any drivers for windows 7. Can't find **** on their website. If no special drivers, thats fine, but say so. Trying to use it on Lenovo T500 and T61.

Logitech USB... | Answered on May 14, 2011


by default the playback of your voice is muted. next to your clock theres the sound speaker icon click on it, you should see microphone somewhere there, if you dont press settings from the toolbar and then properties

then on the playback make sure there is a X on microphone.

then click ok, now check is the microphone muted? unmute it and speak to the microphone you should hear your own voice played back instantly from the speakers.

Logitech USB... | Answered on Feb 24, 2011


You need to enable your microphone



Using a microphone with computer

To use any microphone with your computer you will need to enable it in control panel. The following instructions are for Windows XP but are broadly similar for Vista and Win7


Click START, CONTROL PANEL, SOUNDS & AUDIO DEVICES


Click VOICE


In Sounds & Audio Devices Properties window locate SOUND PLAYBACK box. Click the VOLUME button. Make sure that there is not a check-mark in the MUTE box against microphone in the list of devices and that the volume slider is at the top of the scale.


Make sure the MUTE ALL box isn't checked before closing the window.


Now click the VOLUME button in the SOUND RECORDING BOX. Here SELECT microphone as an input source for recording (as opposed to un-checking mute in the playback controls).


NOTE if your microphone is not listed in the 2 sets of volume controls click OPTIONS, PROPERTIES on the tool-bar and place a check against microphone in the list entitled 'show the following volume controls' and then click OK. Same applies for Internal mic.


That should be it.


To adjust audio volume generally.

Under VOLUME tab adjust Device Volume as necessary. Also (under Loudpeaker Settings) click Speaker Volume and adjust slider to suit.


You might put a check mark in the box to show the volume control on the Task Bar so you can go straight to it to make adjustments in the future.

Logitech USB... | Answered on Feb 22, 2011


This product uses native driver support on a Mac. No Logitech Mac Software is available or required.

It should work instantly check your sound settings the mic might be on mute or your useing wrong input on your program.

Logitech USB... | Answered on Oct 16, 2010


Sometimes you have to install the drivers and software before you plug the microphone in and sometimes it is the other way around.

Logitech USB... | Answered on Jan 22, 2010


The cord is most likely broken at either end. I'd say time for a new one but if you want to repair it and can use a soldering iron get hold of a 3.5mm stereo jack, - cut the jack end off of your headphones, strip back about 15mm of insulation to expose 3 wires and solder them
TIP: White is usually left ( it goes to the pin that feeds the very tip of the plug
Red goes to the middle- Right channel
The shield or the copper braiding that wraps around the outside is common or ground and it goes to the longest pin which often has a clamp to relieve the strain.
I would try to fix the plug end first as the headset end can be more tricky. If you can work out which end of the cord is the problem by wiggling it then you know which end to tackle!

Hope this helps,
Good Luck

Logitech USB... | Answered on Jan 17, 2010


its on the back on mine but if you dont have one you could get a usb mic

Logitech USB... | Answered on Dec 23, 2009


Hi,

If there are more than recording device, then you have to select default recording device as you MIC connected to coresponding sound card..

For eg, if your MIC is connected to front panel and if the REAR IN is selected as a default device you wont able to record sound in Windows Vista..

To select default recording device

  1. Select your sound properties through the control panel or the sound icon in your system tray.
  2. Click on the properties tab,Check the recording box.
  3. Make sure you have selected the default device upon mutiple device
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RNJ VINOD KUMAR

Logitech USB... | Answered on Sep 25, 2009


you cn check the connection b going into the properties of your sound card page and go to the section for input check if the mic shows up have you any drivers loaded for the mic... if you go to setting then control panel look for the sound and audio box there is block there for speech check you mic is selected.. you can try connecting via afront panel usb port as well or via you sound card inputs on the back panel

Logitech USB... | Answered on Jul 31, 2009


Sounds like the game has it's own i/o (input/output) settings. Go to preferences or settings in the game menu (may be under options) and select your input as this mic and not the internal microphone that it has probably defaulted to. Make sure you have your mic plugged in before you start up the game though.

Logitech USB... | Answered on Jul 29, 2009


first check if you have the right drivers on your computer for your audio, if you have audio like mine go to realtek audio manager it should be right beside the clock, then click on the top right corner it says device advanced settings it opens another box that gives you options for recording like tie up same type of input jacks, ie. line-in or microphone,as an input device. and it has another one separate all input jacks as independent input devices you could try one of those if you have realtek audio manager theres other options to that might help and if you dont have that go to recording devices and see if your mic is working properly and if its set to default device

Logitech USB... | Answered on Jul 24, 2009


Yes, this mic does work well. Headset usually work the best, but I do know a few people who use this mic for their gaming.
Control and convenience
  • Advanced digital USB: Experience superior sound clarity with the simplicity of a single USB plug-and-play connection.
  • Noise-canceling microphone: Filters out unwanted background noise.
  • Power switch: Illuminates when microphone is active.
  • Adjustable microphone: Pivots on base to hold preferred position.
  • Eight-foot shielded cord: Gives you more desktop flexibility.
  • Mute switch on base: Instant and easy muting.
  • Weighted base: Adds stability.

Technical Specifications
    • Frequency response: 100 Hz–16 kHz
    • Input sensitivity: -67 dBV/µbar, -47 dBV/Pa +/- 4 dB
    • 8-foot shielded cord with USB connector
    • Connector: USB 1.1
Control and convenience
  • Advanced digital USB: Experience superior sound clarity with the simplicity of a single USB plug-and-play connection.
  • Noise-canceling microphone: Filters out unwanted background noise.
  • Power switch: Illuminates when microphone is active.
  • Adjustable microphone: Pivots on base to hold preferred position.
  • Eight-foot shielded cord: Gives you more desktop flexibility.
  • Mute switch on base: Instant and easy muting.
  • Weighted base: Adds stability.
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Logitech USB... | Answered on Jul 09, 2009

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