Microphone not working
If the microphone plugs into a 3.5mm jack on your computer, check that you have plugged it back into the jack you had it plugged into before. If that is correct, run the application on the PC that allows you to tell it what it plugged into each jack, and check that "microphone" is selected for the jack you are using. Selecting the microphone setting switches on the voltage that is needed to power your microphone. I can't be more specific about the application, since it will be one that is supplied by the PC motherboard manufacturer, so will be different for different types of computer.
The DGX manual says you have to "See the 'Mixer' section of the driver guide" for selecting what type of signal source you are connecting into that input. I can't find the driver guide for that card, but you may have one from when you installed it. A likely possibility is that, when you unplugged the microphone, the board reset itself as for a line input, so the microphone power output would be turned off.
But I haven't plugged out the splitter only the 3.5mm jack that goes from splitter. In the xonar audio mixer my record signal is from microphone, Im attaching a picture, everything is enabled.
cyrano, post: 468472, member: 51139 wrote:There is no auto mute button attached to my headset, only when I want to speak I lower the microphone and I can talk, when I don't I lift the microphone up and its muted then
Auto-mute button stuck?