You haven't said much about your system, so assuming it is a desktop computer, have you tried and after market sound card? That would be the first thing on the list. If it is a laptop, that is another story for another day.
Alright, so I have had an annoying issue for a long, long time now with my microphones, it's been many months that I've actually had the issue but only recently did I decide to really try to tackle the problem, but I have had no success. Basically, I am a gamer, and I need my microphone constantly for communication. However, when I try to talk, my microphone constantly is cutting out. Sometimes it's better, sometimes it's worse, some days I may have to speak in groups of 3-4 words slowly to say something, and some days I may be able to go a few sentences, but it's always bad. It has ended up being very frustrating when my friend is saying "What?" every couple of seconds, and I hope I can get some help with this problem.
So far, I have tried various solutions, but, of course, none have been successful. I have tried changing microphones, from extremely cheap and useless microphones to higher quality microphones, and the main microphones I use are the Turtle Beach X11 and the Turtle Beach X12, both of which are compatible with both Xbox and PC. Both of these mics work completely crystal clear and perfectly on Xbox, but then become near impossible to use on PC. I have also looked for various updates on both my audio and my BIOS and chipset. I have tried multiple USB slots, and I have two places where I can put in the mics, and neither of those works. I have no problem whatsoever hearing through the microphones, either. I have tried to mess with my sound volume various times as well, and have also tried playing back my voice, and it cuts out then as well. I have also tried different programs to chat with, I normally use Steam chat, but I have also tried Skype, where nothing different happened. All the microphones I have tried either had the same, annoying skipping, or they had extremely bad quality that made it impossible to even tell someones voice from another. There are a few other things I have tried, but everything I have attempted has been minor and I wouldn't be able to think of them right now.
I am not very sure I gave quite enough detail or information, so I am sorry if I didn't, please just ask me for any information you may need. If anyone can somehow figure out what this issue is, I would be extremely thankful, but so far I have looked this issue up many times and turned up nothing of use, and anything that I tried did nothing. Thank you very much in advance for any help you may put towards this issue, I hope I can resolve this relatively simply.
I have an HP computer,