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Audio Related i want to listen music while making calls on the headphones in my computer, is that possible?

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Re: Audio Related

Not normally.

The simplest solution would be to find "USB Speakers" - these act act a new audio device under windows.

Then, in your mp3 playback application set the audio output to use that device.

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You can't record two audio sources at the same time without a high end soundcard, your computer will automatically switch to the mic input when you plug it in. The best way to do what you want is to use a program like SoundForge to record the music first, then record your voice while listening with headphones. Then you can export both tracks to an mp3 or whatever format you need. Or, you could possibly record the music, put it on an mp3 player, and play it over a stereo system while you sing along, and record the whole thing at the same time to your computer.

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moz-screenshot.pngmoz-screenshot-1.pngYour front panel audio / microphone connector has an AC97 connector inside which looks like this:

It is probably plugged into the motherboard somewhere. Try plugging it into the soundcard directly if it is in the motherboard. Or vice versa if it is plugged into the soundcard.


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Open up your computer the speakers plug/outlet is usually at the back of the computer as is the microphone input
to check the lead attached to the rear of the input plugs make sure the connections are good
or you might have to clean the dust using a fine air blower from a compressor making VERY sure that there is no MOISTURE in the air line specifically around the CPU central processing unit and your sound card dust causes static to build up in a computer causing it to overheat any many other problems
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I can`t listen music on my computer

1st Step - Check the speaker volume to see if it on a audible level.
2nd Step - Check in the sound properties window in control panel if the sound is muted.
3rs Step - Check the sound properties window shows the name of a device or does it say no audio device installed. If it says no audio device that means the sound driver is missing and u can simply install the driver from the driver cd or download it from your computer manufacturer's website. < Missing driver is one of the most common issues for sound problem >

Another thing that you can try doing incase the driver is present, the volume is up and the speaker is also turned on and you still don't get sound, then you try plugging in a headphone to the system and see if you get sound on the headphone, if you do then that means the speakers are bad. If you don't then your sound card in the system is bad.

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Dear user,,

Pl go to control panel and select sound/audio device and click and see you see install sound device.

pl double click on speaker symbol at taskbar.

see volume controler and selecting hedphone device and see it is mute or not


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these are connected in this order from left to right red-white-green-black.
On other mboards the audio connections are a straight . . . . .
and usually the plugs on the case for these are connected to one another also connected by red first on the left. Let me know how you go. thanks


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