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XONAR DGX PCI-E 5.1 Audio card Microphone not boosted

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April 14, 2013 10:36:42 AM

Hello fellow people, i just recently bought a sound card for my desktop, well, a sound card for a desktop that didn't have pci-e x1 slot, and, my home desktop did, anyways, i put it in, and it sounds great! but, i cant get my microphone boosted, i literally have to yell into it for the system to play back quitely.... so, any ideas?

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April 14, 2013 11:18:56 AM

Check in the audio center under mixer, under microphone there shoud be a toolbar for advanced settings, click on that and place a check mark on microphone boost. Hope this helps.
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April 14, 2013 11:23:28 AM

6.3.2 Recording/Monitoring in the manual tells you how to boost it.
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April 14, 2013 2:37:03 PM

knightdog56 said:
Check in the audio center under mixer, under microphone there shoud be a toolbar for advanced settings, click on that and place a check mark on microphone boost. Hope this helps.


Yes, already have, it is set to microphone boost, BTW, i am using a actual microphone, not a headset
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April 15, 2013 5:55:50 AM

A condenser microphone that needs phantom power?
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April 15, 2013 8:27:47 AM

noidea_77 said:
A condenser microphone that needs phantom power?


Not exactly, more like the mics people use at a concert,

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April 15, 2013 9:20:52 AM

Xyloriuphon said:
noidea_77 said:
A condenser microphone that needs phantom power?


Not exactly, more like the mics people use at a concert,


Well, most of the wired stage mics need 48V phantom power. Do you have the exact make/model?
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April 15, 2013 11:47:13 AM

noidea_77 said:
Xyloriuphon said:
noidea_77 said:
A condenser microphone that needs phantom power?


Not exactly, more like the mics people use at a concert,


Well, most of the wired stage mics need 48V phantom power. Do you have the exact make/model?


I dont think so, i will look when i get home, but, i do not exactly have the box anymore...:pfff: 

EDIT: the microphone kinda looks like this:
The cord is just for the microphone jack, just the 3.5mm plug...
EDIT2, Well, i have the microphone plugged in to the buit in sound card, but, having sound come out of the Asus card, Will this have a performance drop? And, is there anyway to get it to be boosted? Since, i've heard there is better quality...

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