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Realtek high defination audio microphone problem

By mourner2
Nov 6, 2007
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  1. Hello,
    I have an Acer aspire 5710 notebook.I bought it last week.
    I am a musician and ı always record something with my computer.When ı try to record something with my new notebook ı saw that ı can not hear the voice of microphone.
    I am trying to solve that problem .Please help me.
  2. lokik

    lokik Newcomer, in training

    i have the same problem on hp compaq 6715b. I've been tweaking windows and searching google for 24 hrs now, and i'm left under the impression that soundmax HDA (realtek HDA in your case) just doesn't support hardware mic monitoring. I'd venture 3rd party software is the solution but haven't been able to find anything useful. SOMEONE PLEEEASE HEELP ASAP
  3. lokik

    lokik Newcomer, in training

    any luck yet mourner?
    found some dj programs on the net but
    ALL of them have a very annoying 0.5 sec delay or so
  4. mourner2

    mourner2 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Does anyone kow anything about this problem? Is it impossible to hear the voice of microphones with this an.sound card? I will give it back as soon as ı can
  5. mourner2

    mourner2 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Does anyone know anything about this problem? I will give it back as soon as ı can.I can't sleep.
  6. lokik

    lokik Newcomer, in training

    re

    I've spoken with a hardware geek at university and he claims that high-definition does not support hardware microphone monitor. Hence, if you wanna hear your voice as you speak/sing, you have to buy a pre-amp of some sort.
    That sucks doesnt it
  7. Blind Dragon

    Blind Dragon TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 4,048

    My cousin uses these for recording, playing, whatever it is he does. I'm not into music, so I asked him for you.

    Audacity
    Protools

    These are free btw
  8. lokik

    lokik Newcomer, in training

    Well it kinda seems you need a real-time processer to make this work. Haven't tried Protools but Audacity isn't the deal. Amplitube is kinda working, though. Haven't been able to tune it well yet. It needs a lot of processing power and physical memory - you'd do well with at least 2g ram and a turion 64 x2 for example.
    Still, im convinced a hardware pre-amp is the only real solution to the problem. Amptitude has a slight 100 msec delay and it is very annoying. And it's the best i've been able to find after days of googling.
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