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How To Amplify Your Microphone in Windows 7

Windows 7 is so much better than previous versions of Windows. It’s very intuitive, yet sometimes it can get really tricky. The microphone was one of the biggest “surprises” Portable Laptop Microphone
I’ve got since I installed Windows 7: I always had to shout so people can hear my voice over Skype. At first, I didn’t make the connection between this and the fact that I’ve changed the operating system, I just thought my microphone was lousy and I should get a better one. I’m glad I didn’t. I don’t know how expensive an expensive microphone is, but I managed to save all that money thanks to this trick I’m going to share with you in a moment. Browsing through menus, I discovered that Windows 7 has an option called “Microphone boost”,Mini 3.5mm Flexible Microphone for PC/Laptop/Skype which I didn’t know about. This is how to find it:
Click on Start orb, then go to Control Panel and choose Sound. A pop-up menu will open.
You need to go to the second tab, Recording:
microphone settings in windows 7

The list will show all recording devices that can be plugged in your computer. You’ll probably have only one of them enabled, corresponding to your microphone. Click on it, then click on the Properties button. This is what you’ll see:NADY SP-4C Dynamic Microphone
microphone boost - windows 7
In the next menu, make sure the microphone volume (the first slider) is set to maximum. The second slider is for Microphone Boost and it is set to zero by default. Move it to +20.0 dB and test your microphone again. If you’re not happy, go back and choose another value, until you get the volume you want.Logitech USB Desktop Microphone
Further more you can install external devices too.

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