17th April 2012, 23:43
18th April 2012, 13:15
Laptop Mics are very sensitive, so they pick up nearly any sound. So what people you call hear, can be from the computer it self like the fan, background noises or when you are typing. But before looking for a headset try this:
Else would i recommend "Sennheiser PC 350" a very good headset in my opinion, its cost around £123.89 on Amazon
Last edited by TheLazyGrizzly; 19th April 2012 at 12:08.
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18th April 2012, 13:18
Sometimes when they hear those weird noises, its because of there internet and not yours. Theres no way to avoid this, if it is something to do with the connection of the call.
18th April 2012, 13:24
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it does that when the connects is bad or it might be your mic
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18th April 2012, 18:56
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i had this few years back when i used it i was told
problems on skype side
i fixed mine cos it was my isp capping me for no reason
18th April 2012, 20:06
One of my friends had this problem, or should I say the rest of us did. We heard a horrific alien noise coming from his mic, he upgraded to a desktop and it only quietened the noise. We then switched to mumble and now there are no problems. I would recommend getting Mumble or TeakSpeak, background noise is a thing of the past
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18th April 2012, 20:38
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Well, it could be Skype or your laptop struggling to block feedback. Laptop microphones are very sensitive and close to the speaker so they should have a feature which detects and blocks feedback. The solution to this should be using a headset.
Don't quote me on that though!
18th April 2012, 20:46
Using Headphones and an external microphone (or a headset) will solve this.
19th April 2012, 11:00
'Alien' noises wouldn't be coming for the microphone picking up a fan, it would be a constant hum if it was. It could well be interference from you internet Skype or the microphone itself.
i'd recommend buying a headset anyway!
19th April 2012, 11:09
If the problem is a sound like I guess this wee wee wee wee Wee WEe WEE WEE WEE
(just imagine the "wee"s are the sound and when the caps they are loud)
If that is the problem then I have had the same problem too.
All it is, is just the laptop's microphone.
Just turn down the microphone in the settings in the settings bubble (The little bars that look like cell reception bars) and that's it!
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