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Buying a new sound card

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#1 DanielPlumb


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Posted 05 August 2015 - 12:37 PM



I'm looking to buy a new, cheap sound card. I want one that has the ability to plug in a headset (3.5mm microphone + line out jack) and also some desktop speakers (also 3.5mm). Which sort of sound card would I need to be able to use both devices simultaneously, for example have Skype output to my headset, then Spotify to my desktop speakers.


I could continue using my motherboard sound card, but I currently have a bit of metal from an old headset stuck in there, and I have attempted to remove it to no avail.


I'm not looking for the most amazing sound, I just want something £15-£25 on a sound card that I can do the aforementioned.



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