Right-click the "Speakers" icon in the Desktop mode's Notification area and select "Recording Devices." Alternatively, type "Manage Audio Devices" while viewing the Start screen, click "Settings, " select "Manage Audio Devices" and click the "Recording" tab.
Right-click the karaoke microphone and select "Properties." If the microphone you want to use is unlisted, right-click anywhere in the window and select "Show Disabled Devices." Right-click the microphone and select "Enable."
Click the "Levels" tab and move the "Microphone" slider to the right to increase sensitivity.
Drag the "Microphone Boost" slider to the right to amplify the microphone.
Click the "Advanced" tab and check "Allow Applications to Take Exclusive Control of This Device" to allow the karaoke software full access to the microphone and the Microphone Boost feature.
Click the "Listen" tab and check "Listen to This Device" to enable your voice to flow through the microphone to your speakers. Be careful not to position the singer too close to the speakers, or you will experience a feedback loop; a noise-canceling microphone designed for karaoke helps minimize this effect.
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Simple electronics question
I've got a pair of powered speakers that are designed to pug into the audio output jack of a computer. I've also got a simple, pretty small microphone that's designed to plug into the audio input of a computer.
Is it possible to simply plug the microphone into the powered speakers, and bypass the computer? Both devices have male plugs. Is there a male-to-male adapter that would work?
Also, I have a larger microphone, one that's designed for use with a karaoke machine, and it has a much larger male plug. Is there an adapter that would make that compatible with the audio in