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You have answered yourself already: searching on your favorite searchengine for "3.5mm 4-position to 2x 3-position splitter" should give you enough results.


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Addressing your speakers first. Pictured is a headphone jack, which will only output, not input so a microphone won't work. What you need is a microphone/input jack; which are usually in red and have a symbol of a microphone: (I took that photo rather quickly because I couldn't find a suitably licensed image, microphone jack is on the left) When ...


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Do ensure that you have connected the sound card to the microphone. You wouldn't want to waste all your effort on just one small mistake! It is quite troublesome to open a laptop, but it may be worth it. Check the Realtek website here to see if you need to update drivers. Also, try to see if there is any option to actually update the software/firmware of ...


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Things to try : Ensure that the Mic is connected to the right port (pink colored) Run the Microsoft sound troubleshooter Check Windows Update, optional section, for any driver updates If no updates were found, check the computer manufacturer's support website for driver updates to the audio device and to the chipset If the computer came pre-installed with ...


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In some cases like your issue, the analogue microphones needs to be amplified by a microphone preamplifier as some computer's mic inputs does not give enough voltage to the microphone. Microphone preamplifiers are small devices to which you connect your mic and then you connect it to mic input of your PC or Laptop. you can find plenty of mic preamps in the ...


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I can indeed confirm this works with the same thing, altho device manager / Audio devices doesn't work the same for me. To clarify: Right click your Volume icon on the lower right hand on the task bar. Click 'Recording Devices' Right click your current / Default Device and go to 'Properties'. Under where it says Controller Information click ...


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Using multiple sources for the same profile will NOT degrade accuracy, BUT... Assuming you are plugging both mics into the same USB sound card then you won't really be able to set them up as separate sources in the same profile. As I see it, you have two options: 1: Use both mics with the same profile, and simply run the mic check each time you switch to ...


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MicMute does exactly that is required. Unlike nircmd solutions, it allows to see the current status of the microphone in the task bar. I have assigned the mute function to the seldom used key on the keyboard. It is also possible to mute through the control dialog accessible from the speaker icon context menu (recording devices > select mic > properties > ...


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You can create a shortcut to NirCmd that does this. Add the following to the Target of the shortcut: Using muteappvolume: <path to nircmd.exe> muteappvolume Lync.exe 2 Microphone Using mutesysvolume: <path to nircmd.exe> mutesysvolume 2 Microphone Note: Use the correct executable name if it isn't Lync.exe, and also the correct name for ...



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