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As the jack/connection is dependent on the laptop having the correct 3.5mm connector (internal) wiring & logics, it will need to be a specific PC model (advertising that this is fully 4-pole compatible) and not just any device. That said, if you have a laptop that has inputs for both head-phone-speaker (3.5mm) & microphone (3.5mm) connectors, you ...


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Yes. Apple computers (Both Laptop and Desktops) for the last few years have been able to use iPhone standard (CTIA Standard LRGM TRRS) headsets, with remotes even, for audio in and out. Apple Support: How to use Apple Earphones with Remote and Mic with your Mac Which Apple computers work with the microphone and volume controls that are included with the ...


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From what I have been able to tell, the HDMI sound from the PC to the video display device is being supplied as a seperate audio device IN the video card, or in the case of on-die grafics it is again a part of the cpu-gpu combination device. Your regular audio card, or onboard audio has nothing to do with it. The information supplied by the hardware GPU ...


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There is not much information about it so what I'm going to say may be not exact. As far as I know, graphic cards nowadays come with a dedicated Realtek HD Audio chip. Older graphic cards used a SPDIF cable coming from the motherboard's audio chip. In the end it's pretty much the same, the rendering engine from the Realtek audio chips doesn't really change ...


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Try using Winamp and the "Pacemaker" (http://www.surina.net/pacemaker/download.html) plugin. You can change the "tempo" and this will help stretch the time without any distortion. Superb! Note: Since Winamp is not currently downloadable from it's own website (due to change in ownership from AOL to radionomy), you can download it from ...


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At its core, Apt-X is "just" a particular encoding for audio, taking advantage of clauses in the Bluetooth spec that allow vendor extensions. In effect, from a hardware standpoint, all you technically need is a Bluetooth radio supporting the data rates and physical layer transmission modes that come with Bluetooth 3.0 (or later, since all the later specs ...



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