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    Quote Originally Posted by nappyjim
    WOW. I didnt know that logitech noise cancelling microphone worked so well. Just did a real simple test, had loud music playing in the backround and used my windows sound recorder to start recording. I started singing with the music for 10 seconds.

    Stopped and played it back. Was amazed to only hear my voice, i didnt even hear a hint of the music in the backround...amazin.
    Sweet! Can you do the same thing, but also cover up the vents on the back?

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    I got this . I just mounted it near my rear view mirror (with the supplied hardware) and it is perfect, except it does not have a mute button. If I run the A/C fan on high, I can hear it through the speakers and it is very annoying.

    DON"T BUY A MIC WITHOUT THE MUTE BUTTON!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebelkhan
    I got this . I just mounted it near my rear view mirror (with the supplied hardware) and it is perfect, except it does not have a mute button. If I run the A/C fan on high, I can hear it through the speakers and it is very annoying.

    DON"T BUY A MIC WITHOUT THE MUTE BUTTON!
    Huh? How the hell do you hear everything from the mic in the speakers?? That's not right.

    BTW: Not that hard to make a mute button. Just cut one of the wires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    Huh? How the hell do you hear everything from the mic in the speakers?? That's not right.

    BTW: Not that hard to make a mute button. Just cut one of the wires.
    Air from upper vents hits the microphone (which also has a vent in its housing in the back) and creates a grawling sound (loud base) which can be heard through the speakers! I can minimize the sound by lowering the fan speed or turning the volume down to make it workable. I might have to mute something in the speech/sound of XP but have not figured it out yet.
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    What sound card are you using? Because that's definately not right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    What sound card are you using? Because that's definately not right!
    Using onboard sound on mini itx (EPIA-V), running xp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebelkhan
    Using onboard sound on mini itx (EPIA-V), running xp.
    GEt the latest drivers and check the settings. It sounds like you've got passthrough or something going on

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    I think Zebelkhan needs to disable the mic for playback in the sounds control panel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rando
    I think Zebelkhan needs to disable the mic for playback in the sounds control panel.
    I bet you that is what it is because I have the mic on everywhere! Thanks..

    Edit: That was the problem. Thanks rando
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    Quote Originally Posted by rando
    I think Zebelkhan needs to disable the mic for playback in the sounds control panel.
    Thanks a million!
    I've been F'n around trying to find out how to resolve that!
    Now I can use naviVoice again!

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