How exactly would one adjust the microphone volume?

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User Info: Cooldude4389

Cooldude4389
4 years ago#1
The game has amazing sound, however it drones out the MIC chat.
Could someone tell me how to fix it? Thanks in advance.

User Info: jqh97116

jqh97116
4 years ago#2
Are you having mic chat go out through the TV? If so you're screwed. It'll always play at the same volume as the game, trust me, I tried changing it for the first 1-2 months I played.

Pick up a mic that has chat/game volume control, you'll be happy with your purchase.
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User Info: Cooldude4389

Cooldude4389
4 years ago#3
Any suggested microphones that I should purchase?

Oh, and thanks for the quick response. :3

User Info: jqh97116

jqh97116
4 years ago#4
cheap, reliable, good sound with good features get a turtle beach px11 for $60. I think it's called that, either way it's the $60 one that works with pc and ps3. red and black, cushioned well, really long thick cord with game/volume/mute controller with a belt clip, and mine have worked great for 4 months. Amazon carries them cheaper too I think.
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User Info: MrCokeacola

MrCokeacola
4 years ago#5
jqh97116 posted...
cheap, reliable, good sound with good features get a turtle beach px11 for $60. I think it's called that, either way it's the $60 one that works with pc and ps3. red and black, cushioned well, really long thick cord with game/volume/mute controller with a belt clip, and mine have worked great for 4 months. Amazon carries them cheaper too I think.


Give it two more months and the left ear will short out, all tb p11 do.

Also TC just go with a cheap bluetooth headset.
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User Info: Spetsnaz420

Spetsnaz420
4 years ago#6
Yeah you can get Bluetooth headsets as cheap as $10...just grab one of those and you should be good
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User Info: totemguy

totemguy
4 years ago#7
I have to go with JQH's suggestion, I have had my px's for over a year now and they are a beast, I have the 21's and they are the best I've ever had, and I have had a lot of the BT ones. The only gripe is the mic itself, it is too loose and gets in the way, which was solved by securing it with one of my daughters hair bands.
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User Info: AndreDefiant

AndreDefiant
4 years ago#8
Go to audio options and turn down the master volume. It does not control the chat volume. I keep mine around 45-50%. I hope this works for you.

User Info: Lockon

Lockon
4 years ago#9
Do you use a headset?
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