N/APosted on - 09/30/2011
I have an HP Compaq Presario with a built in microphone and my PC is using Windows Vista ultimate as an OS. Every now and then I need to make urgent calls to my business partners and most of them complain that my microphone volume drops really low after a while. I even tried to control the volume from the 'Sound' section in the control panel. But it seems that windows somehow adjust the microphone's sound system automatically? Is there any way to control the volume level and improve the conversation quality?
How to control the volume level of my built in microphone?
There are numbers of ways to turn the volume down. When an emergency calls comes in of course, you really want to turn the volume down quickly and accessible at anytime. You don't want to destruction comes in while your on the phone talking to the person on the other line.
The easiest way is to put the volume on mute. Look for speaker icon in the system tray, click on it and you can either lower the volume down or put on mute. Hold down the volume going down to adjust the volume slower. You can also click the speaker icon to activate the mute button. By pressing this icon, you'll activate it right on the spot. You will hear no sound on the speaker and you can continue talking on the phone. To turn it back, just click the speaker icon back and deactivate the mute functions. You can also turn the volume back on and adjust the sounds accordingly.
You can adjust the volume by tuning the volume into lower mode, put a check on the mute box to shut the volume down.