Mic picking up headset sounds

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  1. Verdag

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    Hello!

    I was wondering if anybody know how to disable the mic from hearing the headset sounds. I hope anybody knows how :)
     
  2. HHyper

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    sorry idk?? Maybe @SGKuzey ????
     
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    Mess around with settings and try not to mess it all up. Just a very precise and good explanation there :3
     
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    Is 2 days of messing good? :p

    Anyways, I found out that my PC had 2 set of ports. I switched to the back ones. It's resolved, but I want to see if its more soulutions
     
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    Perhaps define "headset sounds" ? Do you mean bumping on the headset? Do you mean your system's audio? Or even something else?
     
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    If I talk to someone on skype/teamspeak, they can hear themselves and/or the music/sounds I listen to while playing.
     
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    Go to your system settings for audio, and check that you do not have some loop-backs enabled. Or have any apps that feed into the wrong input/output. Otherwise @johncoles would be the one for this case.
     
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