Mic refuses to stop readjusting.
Greetings fellow linux users.
I use a dual-boot with Windows7 and Ubuntu12.04 on my Dell Inspiron 1546.
While I use Skype, every time me and my friend stop talking, the mic automatically adjust to a higher setting, probably detecting background noise and heightens the volume to hear it. This gets really annoying because it gets so loud it hurts my friends ears, he uses a headset most of the time. Even I can hear the loud background noise when it does that.
How can I stop the auto-adjust? Is it even possible? The option to enable/disable the auto-adjust should be incorporated in the sound options.
Thank you in advance for reading and posting your helpful comments.
Re: Mic refuses to stop readjusting.
Hi, I know what you're talking about has to do with ubuntu sound preferences, but do you think it could be skype? If so, this sounds similar to your issue: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1437200
I use google voice and don't have that problem, so perhaps it's skype not ubuntu. Hope that works, if not someone else may have a solution.
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