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    any recommendations for a USB interface?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyotix View Post
    It is a desktop. But besides the Phantom Power for the AT, why would just a regular dynamic mic have the same issue. Even a Karaoke mic that is made to just be plug and go.
    The cable you're using for the dynamic is likely not connecting to the jack correctly. The Mac jack may be doing something differently for the connection if it's working better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyotix View Post
    Its a brand new pc right out of the box so I'm hoping that it is not a hardware problem.
    Don't have any social media or any crap installed so that couldn't be it.
    I just tried to disable the antivirus; no change
    Shouldn't need to clean or defrag since the computer is brand new and started having the problem right away
    I have tinkered around with the control panel in as many ways as I can think of.
    3.5 connector is solid and shouldn't be the problem since it happens when any mic source is plugged in.
    tried plugging into front and back panels as well.
    Not really sure about linux
    sorry to burst your bubble but all windoze win10 machines come loaded with useless crapware and social media stuff that sucks up cycles and causes problems

    besides their audio capability is poor

    you need an audio interface to connect via usb that has quality mike inputs not a 3.5mm hole

    it sounds like your cable converting to 3.5 may not be what the pc wants to see

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    Hi,
    Disable or lower any microphone boost options, which may cause peaking audio levels and brief, loud buzzes.
    Last edited by jiachang; 4 Weeks Ago at 12:51.

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