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Please help me this issue is so strange


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#1 JoeJrrrr

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Posted 10 August 2015 - 11:27 PM

Ok so let me start from the beggining. I have a Easy g4000 headset that uses both a audio jack and a mic jack as well as a usb (the usb doesn't work at all, and i cant seam to find the driver for it) I bought a logetich z323 external speaker system. When i plug the logetich into the back audio jack and the headset into the front only the headset works and vice versa. I am so confused I don't understand why both audios cant work together. Also it seems that both are being recognized as the same speaker unit. can anyone help?


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Posted 12 August 2015 - 12:46 AM

Your audio card/chip should support this type of interface. An example of such is the Realtek Control Panel.


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