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Headphone Mic Problem

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Richard0600, Jan 8, 2012.

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  1. Richard0600

    Richard0600 Thread Starter

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    Dear TechSupportGuy Forum,

    I recently bought myself a new pair of headphones, a Turtle Beach Z6A... anyways here is my problem:

    Every time I turn off my computer or restart my computer my Turtle Beach Z6A microphone does not work. I have to manually disconnect the microphone from my computer and then replug it back in. Afterwards everything works perfectly fine again. Is there a reason for this happening? It is not a huge issue, just quite annoying seeing as I turn off my computer every night.

    Computer specs:

    OS: Windows 7 64 Bit
    Motherboard: ASUS P6T
    CPU: Intel Core i7 940
    RAM: 12GB
    Display NVIDIA GeForce GTX 470
    Soundcard: None (Built in motherboard soundcard..)

    Thanks in advance :)
     
  2. Intel_Xtreme

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    I didn't think they made those headphone for PC- I thought they only made them for PS3...
    Did you install any drivers that came with the headphones?
     
  3. Richard0600

    Richard0600 Thread Starter

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    The z6a are for PC mainly compatible with Xbox 360 although additional cables are needed for that. Turtle Beach has the PX line that is specific for PS3.

    Anyways back on subject the headphones didn't come with any drivers. Nor could I find any on their website. Anyone else have any ideas? Or know of anything related? Thanks..
     
  4. Intel_Xtreme

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    Nope- sorry!
    If I were you, I would return the headphones to the retailer and get some other ones.
     
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