Microphone Test - Check if your Microphone is Working

  • Detecting your media devices. Please wait...
  • Waiting for your permission...
  • Starting your microphone. Please wait...
  • An unexpected error occurred. Reload the page and try again.
  • Could not find any media devices. It is very likely that your browser does not allow access to these devices. Try to reload this page or open it using another browser. Just remember that in order to start your microphone you need to allow our website to use it.
  • Could not find a microphone, however there are other media devices (like speakers or webcams). Most likely, this means that your microphone is not working properly or your browser cannot access it.
  • Your browser does not support features for accessing media devices. Please upgrade your browser or install another one.
  • It looks like your browser is blocking access to microphone identifiers. Because of this, it’s impossible to detect and manage all available microphones.
  • You did not allow the browser to use the microphone. Reload the page and try again.
  • Apparently, your microphone is being used or blocked by another application. To start your microphone, you must temporarily close that application.
  • Waiting time for your permission has expired. Reload the page and try again.
  • Cannot stream audio. The cause may be a defective/disabled microphone or that it is currently being used by another application.
  • The audio track is paused.
  • Cannot detect any active stream of media content.
  • Your microphone does not output any audio tracks.
  • Your browser does not support features for accessing audio tracks.
  • Audio track not available due to technical issue.
  • Your microphone suddenly stopped transmitting audio track.
  • For unknown reasons, the audio track is disabled.
  • Click here to allow access to microphone identifiers
  • Click here to try forcibly start the microphone
  • Testing your microphone and recording your voice.
  • A microphone was detected. Press “Test my mic” to check the functionality and supported properties of your microphone.
  • Several microphones were detected. To check the functionality and supported properties of your microphone, select it from the list below and press “Test my mic”. Please note that in order to obtain more accurate results it is recommended to keep enabled only one microphone.
  • Testing was completed successfully and it seems your microphone works properly. All details about your mic are displayed in the “Microphone Information” table. Please do not forget to leave a review about your microphone.
  • Testing failed because your microphone could not capture any sounds. Please make sure your microphone is not muted and try again.
  • Testing failed because your microphone captured only a single tone. Please make sure your microphone is not muted and try again.
  • During testing, there were errors due to which it is impossible to determine some parameters of your microphone. Reload the page and try again.
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  • Changing the microphone will reset the current process. Do you want to continue?
  • Please say “Hello” or make some noise. The tester records the sound captured by your mic and you will be able to playback it after testing is complete.
Microphone Visualizer

How to test your webcam?

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

Proven Solutions to Common Webcam Problems

Here are all the solutions to our visitors' most common webcam problems.

Do you see yourself and the number of FPS (numbers on the camera image, number of frames per second)? Then your camera has passed the test and is fine.

The camera has failed the test if you cannot see anything even after confirming the browser message. Then you need to use these steps:

  • Step 1. Try using a different browser than the one you use all the time. Perhaps your software test passed a long time ago in another browser.
  • Step 2. Make sure the webcam is plugged into the USB connector. When you reconnect the webcam, you should see a particular picture or hear a sound on the PC screen.
  • Step 3. Some web camera models have an "ON/OFF" switch, so ensure it is set to the "ON" position.
  • Step 4. Using the model number would help if you also tried downloading the latest drivers for your webcam model.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Testing your webcam before a meeting/lecture is vital to see if your webcam is working perfectly and how you and your surroundings seem on the webcam's video.

Our tool tests your webcam by using your browser to search and join a connected webcam on your computer. The video feed will then be added to this page. We never record any audio/video coming from your system.

  • You didn't click "Allow" when your browser asked for approval to access your webcam;
  • Your webcam isn't connected to your computer. Also, inspect your cables;
  • You haven't installed drivers for your webcam. You can install webcam drivers by navigating to your webcam manufacturer's website and downloading them there. Or you can use driver updating software by Driversol;
  • Your webcam isn't turned on;
  • Your webcam might be broken;
  • Make sure something isn't blocking the webcam view.
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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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