Microphone Test - Check if your Microphone is Working

How to test your microphone?

Is your microphone not working for some reason? Test your microphone for proper operation by following the steps in Test Microphone Online on the right side of the screen.

Proven Solutions to Common Microphone Problems

Can you hear yourself without interference? Then your microphone passed the test, and there is nothing wrong with it.

Did the microphone fail the test? Are you unable to hear anything even after confirming your browser message? Here are all the solutions to our visitors' most common microphone problems. You need to perform the following steps:

  • Step 1: Make sure your microphone is plugged in and turned on.
  • Step 2: Click the Test Microphone Online button to begin the test.
  • Step 3. When your browser asks permission to access the microphone, click "Allow.
  • Step 4. Say the words into the microphone and see if the sound waves move according to your voice. Our service never records everything you say, so all voice processes will only be done on your PC.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Here you will find answers to frequently asked questions about microphone problems.

There are several reasons for this problem:

  • The microphone is not connected correctly. Make sure your microphone is plugged in/on.
  • The microphone is turned off, or its volume is too low. Increase the microphone volume/disconnect it.
  • The sound card driver is outdated or not working correctly. Go to your sound card manufacturer's website and download/install the latest drivers.
  • Your microphone is broken.

  • Right-click on the speaker icon in the Start menu.
  • Open "Sound Settings."
  • Under "Input," click "Device Properties."
  • Adjust the microphone volume by moving the slider.

Improving the sound of your microphone is a simple task, and there are several things you can do to improve the sound quality.

  • Move the microphone slightly away from the mouse.
  • Make sure that the microphone volume is not set to maximum.
  • Make sure that the microphone is pointing in the right direction.
  • Do not place the microphone directly toward the sound source.

  • Right-click on the speaker symbol in the Start menu.
  • Open "Sound Settings.
  • Under "Input," click on "Device Properties."
  • Uncheck the "Disable" box.

Most Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) programs can adjust microphone sensitivity:

  • Right-click on the speaker icon in the Start menu.
  • Open "Sound Settings."
  • Under "Input," click on "Device Properties" - select "Advanced Device Properties."
  • A new window should appear - here, open the "Levels" tab.
  • You can change the microphone's sensitivity by selecting the values "Microphone" and "Microphone gain."
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