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OK, I think I finally got my Medusa's fixed ... well I guess it was minimal effort considering I was out of town the last 9 days, but thanks to all those on Overclock.net that helped me out.

One problem though, I am hearing myself breathe and stuff, but the sound is perfect on teamspeak, so they can hear me fine. However, this is extremely annoying hearing myself breathe, talk, walk, type, etc ...

So I go to the little Audio icon on the blue bar, click it and I see that Line-In is muted, so I unmute it and it auto-mutes microphone. If I mute the microphone I don't hear my breathing but people can't hear me talk.

CAN ANYONE HELP ME FIX THIS ? Really would appreciate it !

thanks
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I'd like to know as well. I hear every little noise I make. I usually put the mic up over my head and outta my face. I've had my headphones since Christmas but only used 'em for like 2 days because of all these other RMAs.
    
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I'd like to know as well. I hear every little noise I make. I usually put the mic up over my head and outta my face. I've had my headphones since Christmas but only used 'em for like 2 days because of all these other RMAs.
Hey what headphones do you have ? I guess it's not just a problem withe X-FI + Medusa ?

Also, I am sure it can be fixed .... just got to find someone who knows how.
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Okay, you need to lower your volume in the volume control panel. When I talk on Ventrilo, I can't hear myself, but others can hear me fine. If need be, use the +20 dBa boost in the advanced option of the mic volume.
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thanks Burn ! that fixed it, here's what I did:

Just go into the volume icon in the tray, click mute Line-In, microphone should be un muted, but turn the mic volume all the way down and you can't hear yourself, but others can hear you !!!

-Dillon
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Nice Glad you got it to work!
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I just mute the microphone in the audio playback. Pretty much the same thing as turning it down, but in case you ever want to hear your sexy voice, you could just uncheck the mute box. It takes a long time to scroll that bar up.
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