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I want to be able to speak into my mic, plugged into the pink mic jack on the Sammy, and hear it out of the speakers in real time – any way to do this ?
I did uncheck the MUTE mic option in the sound manager.
The mic works because I can record sound in sound recorder
The speakers work because I can play music/movies
Any idea on a program that will allow this ? Audacity is no joy.
My guess is that this does not work to prevent Feedback from occuring which is annoying and can damage the equipment.
You are trying to use the Sammy sort of as a Public Adress system which it is in no way designed for.
Most notebooks are set up to block this for their own protection.
I am not sure in this case but I bet this is why.
I wonder if the headphone output is muted when you are using the external Mic?
If not then you can connect another amp and speaker there and hear yourself?
Yes, that might well be the reason – thanks for posting.
Yet there are lots of times when people use a mic with live sound without feedback problems – otherwise Mick Jagger would be singing to rooms of 30 people …. !
My main computer also has this problem – the mic feed cannot be channelled directly through to the speakers. Yet many other computers seem to be able to do it fine just by unmuting the mic feed.
There must be a program that can do this. Audaucity can do it, but there is a one second time lag. 🙁
Anyone else able to find some hidden setitng or program that can do this ?
It is possible hardware wise, if I blow into the mic (or tap it) I can hear it through the speakers if I set it up to do this. However I use Linux rather than Windows.
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