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#1 jzkamikaze


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Posted 12 June 2004 - 01:56 AM

right totaly new at this computer thing. i currenlty run my mp3s through my stereo, so i can listen to them LOUD... but i also often use voice to chat to family and friends. i would like to know how i can set up my audio plugs so i can do both. i have two headphone sockets and one mic socket, so currently i have to either have my head set plugged in and can voice chat or my music turned off so voice comes trhough my stereo. what i want to do is have voice come through my headset, WHILE music still goes through my stereo from my computer.. is this possible? please help

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Posted 12 June 2004 - 02:07 AM

Add a second sound card. I had (nearly) the same situation where I wanted my headset to play one source (TeamSpeak) and the main speakers to play the in-game sounds.Now it all works nicely.


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