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Two Headphones At Once


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#1 d3k0y

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Posted 17 February 2008 - 12:32 AM

Just a quick question: Is it possible to plug in two pairs of headphones and have them both output the same audio? I use onboard sound and have an audio jack in back, and on that connect to the front. They both work fine separately but when I plug headphones into both, audio only comes out of one (the first one plugged in). Can I change it so that audio comes out of both? Thanks a lot. And its the same audio...I dont want two sound cards that output different audio.

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Posted 17 February 2008 - 07:05 AM

You can do this using a Y-splitter cable such as:

http://www.amazon.com/3-5MM-Stereo-Y-cable...s/dp/B000ECSIDK

The volume available in each headphone will be reduced to some degree - how noticeable will depend on how much power the sound chip in your system has available.

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