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2019/04/13 07:27:48 (permalink)
I might be acting a bit stupid here, but I am so used to my drivers having a "hear what you say" option for headphone/mic usage that I am wondering how to set this up with the nu audio.
Since I am using the closed Sennheiser its hard to get the volume i am speaking at while in Skype/Discord or the like.
How can I enable hearing what the mic is picking up?
 
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Re: Config - "Hear what you say" 2019/04/13 07:31:52 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby DarkTrooper 2019/04/13 21:10:09
I have referred this to EVGA

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Re: Config - "Hear what you say" 2019/04/13 08:10:07 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby DarkTrooper 2019/04/13 21:10:06
Keep a look out for this feature along with many others are planned for future driver updates.

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Re: Config - "Hear what you say" 2019/04/13 21:11:23 (permalink)




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Re: Config - "Hear what you say" 2019/04/14 08:32:05 (permalink)
Otherwise known as "sidetone". I hope that a company selling a supposedly high quality sound card for consumers who supposedly known audio, won't dumb it down to "hear what you say".
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Re: Config - "Hear what you say" 2019/04/15 00:11:18 (permalink)
Sorry - went for the simple Approach in language definition - I have my drivers in none English and did not spend time to think about terminology  -  but I would opt in to your suggestion: "Sidetone"  - if that is what fits it from an audiophile perspektiv. 




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Re: Config - "Hear what you say" 2019/04/16 00:57:49 (permalink)
 
Have you tried turning on "listen to this device" under windows microphone setup.
 

 
 

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Re: Config - "Hear what you say" 2019/04/16 01:45:14 (permalink)
Thanks for hinting that !
No i did not try it - i picked up the message as "you can use this jack as an input also". I will try it this evening when i get home (currently at not near the Maschine in question) and write if it does the job. 
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Re: Config - "Hear what you say" 2019/04/17 05:00:41 (permalink)
Hi, i tried it - it works!
But the other sounds get strongly reduced while my own voice or keyboard hits are very loud - so its not quite "usable" as a constant solution. 




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Re: Config - "Hear what you say" 2019/04/17 19:33:29 (permalink)
Also that is a Microsoft software loop, which is much slower than something being done on the hardware. This will incur a delay significant enough to cause the "speech jamming" effect found in this article It's a good idea, but in practice it's not helpful.
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Re: Config - "Hear what you say" 2019/04/19 02:25:34 (permalink)
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Hi, i tried it - it works!
But the other sounds get strongly reduced while my own voice or keyboard hits are very loud - so its not quite "usable" as a constant solution. 




See if this helps.
 
Right click on speaker icon by the system clock > click on sound > Communications tab.
 

 
 
 

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