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I got the Lifechat LX-3000, and when I move the volume slider down in the volume controls, it gets quieter, but when I get to 0% I still hear sound, and I cannot make it get any quieter than it gets at that point. If I click mute, the sound goes off, but I want to be able to use the headphones at a lower volume than what it is at 0%. I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.
Looks like a USB stack problem. Try removing the LX-3000 and the drivers and reboot, then reattach them and let Windows update install the driver fresh.
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right click on the sound icon in the tray and go to "Sounds". Now go to the playback tab and click on the lifechat lx-3000 and then click on properties. Go to levels and make sure its all at 0 too. and then go to enhanements and make sure all those are off as well. Also i'm pretty sure the lifechat has a volume control on the cable too...make sure that is all the way down.
Firstly, please test the issue using another headphone.
If that one works fine, based on my research, please download and install the driver and see how it works.
If issue persists, it is recommended to contact Microsoft Hardware Support for help.
Hope this helps.
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Other headphones work fine, but they are going through the audio jack. I already installed the driver, but it didnt fix it. Also, when I go to Microsoft Hardware Support, it says that charges may apply, and I am not going to pay to fix something I just bought.