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    headset troubles HELP

    hey guys i have a softcomm pilot head set silver edition and i got a pc adapter today from FSpilot shop and i plugged it in
    and i cant get the mic to Work theres no push to talk botton or anything on my headset i paid 60 bucks for it so im pretty down about it if any body knows how to fix it please help

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    Re: headset troubles HELP

    First, are you talking about it working with MSFS (FS9 or FSX) or working with Windows Sound Card (whichever OS version it is?)? Second, Push-to Talk (PTT) is a feature in MSFS and/or FSUIPC, and that depends on what you need PTT for. If it's Gamespy, you will be using a key from with FS9/FSX settings and if it's like SquawkBox, you still assign a key, but you would assign it to a button (using hardware). In fact, you would assign both ways to a button, but it all depebds on what you're trying to achieve.

    So, your question(s) is a little vague and needs more info as to what you're trying to do; please provide a lot more detail...

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    Re: headset troubles HELP

    im using fsx and gamespy and i pluged in a regular 10 dollar head set from the dollar store and it works fine but when i plug in my real headset and the adapter to adapted it to my computer the mic wont work?

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    Re: headset troubles HELP

    Which Model of the SoftComm do you have (the model number)? The thing is you might have impedence issues or other related problems. Does this adapter box require a 9-volt battery; some do require a battery.

    I checked out the adapter box on the website and didn't find much regarding it. You can only email the manufacturer...regarding support.

    Post the headphone model number and I can look a little bit further to help you.

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    Re: headset troubles HELP

    http://www.pilotshop.com/softcomm-c6...ml?cPath=21_37

    it requires a 9v and it was a turn on switch on the side of the adapter

    this is the link to the Headset
    thank you for all your help