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However when i talked into the Microphone i could hear my voice coming through the Headset Speakers (Basically hearing myself talk)-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Microsoft's High Definition Audio Drivers: These Drivers Work Great so if you just want to use these Drivers: Uninstall IDT Sound Driver Restart your Computer Next Adjust Volume and other setting Right Click your Volume Icon in the right hand Corneror Right Click Start (the White Windows Icon located at the Bottom left hand of your screen)Click on Control Panel Click on Hardware and Sound Click on Sound Right Click on the Second Device Speakers (or whichever your's are called)Click on Properties Now just go through each Tab and change what you want to change.

So i figured if i just disabled it my Turtle Beach P11 Headset would go back to normal but it didn't it still sounded the same i even Restarted my Computer.

OK after upgrading from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 Home (The Free Upgrade) I'm having Sound Issues.

IDT Sound Drivers (IDT High Definition Audio Codec): The Speakers built into the Laptop: They Sound OK but not like they did in Windows 8.1.

Thanks for reading all of this i hope there is a Solution soon.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------A Temporary Solution: So after reading through countless posts trying every fix which none of them resolved the issue i went into Control Panel and took a look the the Dolby Advanced Audio Control Panel Now I've never messed with this before until now but i was able to fix the Audio Issues Here's Exactly what i did: When using your Speakers built into the Laptop or Possibly any other Speakers: Right Click Start (the White Windows Icon located at the Bottom left hand of your screen)Click on Control Panel Click on Hardware and Sound Click on Dolby Advanced Audio Click on listening experience Check the box next to Dolby Advanced Audio I've already Tested out the Following: Played Music (Sounded Great)Played a Youtube Video (Sounded Great)Played a video i have saved on my PC (Sounded Great)Played a Show or Movie on Netflix (Sounded Great) When using your Turtle Beach Z11 Headset or Possibly any other Headset: Right Click Start (the White Windows Icon located at the Bottom left hand of your screen)Click on Control Panel Click on Hardware and Sound Click on Dolby Advanced Audio Click on listening experience Uncheck the box next to Dolby Advanced Audio Now your Headset should Sound like Stereo and Loud Instead of Sounding like Mono and crappy.

I've already Tested out the Following: Played Music (Sounded Great)Played a Youtube Video (Sounded Great)Played a video i have saved on my PC (Sounded Great)Played a Show or Movie on Netflix (Sounded Great)You'll have to keep the Box Checked when you're going to use your Speakers built into the Laptop otherwise they will Sound like Mono and crappy.

When i right Clicked on the Speaker Icon and then choose Playback devices Here is what was Displayed: The Top Device is called: Digital Display Audio (AMD High Definition Audio Device) Not plugged in OK this Device is Normal.

The Middle Device is called: Speaker / HP (IDT High Definition Audio Codec) Default Device OK this Device is Also Normal.

OK so i tried setting Communications Headphones as the Default Device but when i right Clicked and choose Set as Default Device it wouldn't let me.